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The Breckenridge news: July 24, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912072401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 24, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII HARDINSBURG Attcrney Claude Mercer and J. H. Gardner, Jr., attended court In Hran denburg Tuesday. Master Jessie Smith has returned l from Jir. j . Pott. a visit to his Unht. A. Smith is at home after visit to nls daughter, Mrs. Orrin Har- din. Mr. Banks, automobile demonstrator fnr the Rord Machine went from here to Central City before returning to L,ou- grand-father, THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912. WRECK AT ROCK HAVEN Engine Monday No. Pages AT No. 3 E CAMPAIGN Certificates Are Entitled To Renewals Without Having Taught For Eight Consecutive Years. First-Class EUND MASS CONVENTION 26 And Four Holding Of Wilson-Marsha- ll Cars Go In The River Early Morning-Carl- oad Horses Ridden Into Death. Democratic Progressives Of Breckenridgo Mrs. Margaret Smith, Who To Meet Saturday, July 27th Nominees For, The Presidency Visited Mrs. M. Collins Here, At Hardinsburg. Need Help. Call On The PeoPasses;Away--Youn- g In Years. ple Rather Than The Big Leaves One Son-W- as A LoveWhereas we the undersigned cil zetis YOUR MITE Commit- - . Freight train No. G3, was wrecked at Rock Haven early Monday morning, where the track was ruined by the heavy rains Sunday night. Engine No. 26, with fourteen freight cars went into the Isville. river. Clyde Morrison was engineer Mrs. Heston Drjskell and children and Elmer Noble, fireman. There were Iioup returned from a visit to Owe no persons lost, but a car load of fine (Tboro and Henderson. horses drowned. The wreck means a J tJib Smte Veterinarv Surgeon visit- - great loss to the Henderson Route. edT. B. Beard and inspected some ot the cattle of the neighborhood. Mrs. Coleman Haswell and children, Mrs. Davis Dowell was called to Gar Coleman, Jr., and Emma Helen, are in field to see her sister, Mrs. Charlie Louisville. Dowell, who is very sick. Miss Hildegard Dejarnette is with Miller has returned her cousin, Miss Anna Belle Miller, for Judge Matthias from a visit to relatives in Hancock a few days visit. county. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Garner and daughMr. and Mrs. C. A. Dalle and Mrs. ter, Hazel, went to Basin Springs Sunday to be the guests of Mr Garner's Lex are the guesu of Dr. Lex, Mr. and Mrs. Will Watkins were father. Miss Hallle Brown spent several days Mrs. J no. Kincheloe's visitors last with Miss Isabel Hendrick. week. Miss Martfne Monarch is with her Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard and Virginia and Clara, have re- aunt, Mrs. Jeff Hook for a visit. turned from a visit to Union Star. Remember August 20, 21 and,22 and Mllner was In town last make your plans to attend the Fair. Dr. Wm. R. Children free first day. week. a jeweler for thirty T. C. Lewis, years in Hardinsburg. Think of it. His William Taylor Dead ever act of this long time is your guarantee for fair and honest treatment. Mr. William Taylor, of Lewlsport, S. T. Smith came up from Glen Dean died at the home of his son, John Tuesday on business. Taylor, in this city,at midnight ThursMiss Annie O'Reilly has returned fam- - day, says the Hawesville Clarion. Mr. from a visit to Mr. S. T. Smith's Taylor received a stroke of paralysis iiy. ago, but his death was was in some months Jeff D. Owen, of Glen Dean, more directly traceable to flux and town on business Tuesday. other complications. He frequently Pete Butler wbs a visitor in town visited his son here, and while so do ng Thursday. ten days ago, was stricken with the Miss Wroe. of Cloverport, was in illness that carried him away. The remains were taken to Lewisport at town Friday and Saturday. noon Friday for burial in the afterE. 0 Messrs. A. X. Kincheloe and B. F. Beard & Co., noon. clerks for Wm. Taylor was born in Hardin jfre off on their vacation. county, Ky January ll,1833,and came Henry Trent, of Louisville, is the to Hancock county in 1800, residing in guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls. and near Lewisport ever since. His Miss Regina Hoben has goue for a wife, who was Miss Mildred Morgan, thtee week's visit to Lyndon and Louis died 37 years ago. He leaves the following children: John Taylor, Hawesville. and Annorah Sheeran ville; Mrs. Louis Hessleton, Lewisport, Misses Mary Samuel Hawes, Owensboro. left Monday for a visit to Mt St. and Mrs. Mr. Joe Taylor, of Lewisport, is a Joseph's. brother, while another brother, John Mrs. Geo. Chick, of Mt. Sterling, Is Taylor, resided in Louisville. Dethe guest of Mrs. J no. Kincheloe. ceased was a member of the Baptist Robert Curtis, of Glen Dean, was up church, and was universally liked. a few days last week. Just a month until the Fair. Come Hardin's School House and help make it a success. Frank Kennedy reports that a fine Miss Maggie Ahl, assisted by Mrs. opened at Hardin's Luke B. Reeves and Mrs. Herbert Sunday-schoo- l There were Beard will have charge of the Floral school house Sunday. fifteen in the Bible class, with Miss Fair. Hall at the Miss Ethel Mr. and Mrs. Amos Board are at Minnie Pate as teacher. spending their vacation n was teacher of the intermediate class, home after with eight pupils. There were eight Cloverport. in the card class, with Miss Mary Lay Miss Luctle Squires has returned as teacher. Thirty five visitors were Mrs. home from a visit to her aunt, present, making a total of sixty-siLarkin Gibson, of Cloverport. W. M. Hatcher has gone to New his Orleans for a three week's visit to parents, nrotracted maeting will Begin at .. R. Charles B. Needless From te M. fc. cnurcu Kincheloe and children Amon Towns' "The Peril Of The are hero for a. visit to Dr. and Mrs. A. Drug Habit" in The August M. Kincheloe. will give a picnic SaturThe Masons Century. day at their park near the depot. Everybody come. It is perhaps a conservative estimate Mr. and Mrs. E. McDavis and childvisiting Mrs. Hoi that only ten per cent, of the entire ren are in Webster drug consumption in this country is ap' Drane. plied to the purpose of blunting incurMiss Coral Whlttlnghlll was here to able pain. Thus ninety per cent, of helphoM the examination last week. the opiates U3ed are, strictly speaking, All There were only three applicants. unnecessary, In the innumerable cases received first class certificates. that have come under my observation, per cent, of the habltua Mrs. Jas. Tinlus, of Holt, is the seventy-fiv- e Miss Vera users became such without reasonable guest of her daughter, Tinlus, stenographer for Moorman & excuse. Beginning with small occasional doses, they realize within a few Ball. Board and brother, Bob, weeks that they had lost self control Mlw Agnes use of V are the visitors of their aunt, Mrs. Jeff and cquld not discontinue the the drug. Hook. I P. Haswell, Jr.,of Louisville, Hon. J. Installation. cnw down and spent Sunday with his Haswell. At a regular meeting of Ureckenridge flitter, Mies Llnnle Harris and Lodge Nq. 61, K. of P., Monday night, Messrs. Montgomery ' Jimtif La Follictte, came over from July 32, the following otllcers were intotherlcnlc SveD bv the stalled: C, G. Brabandt, C. C; W. A. mwnhm el St. Romauld's congrega- Roff, V. C; Rufus McCoy, Prel.; Roscoe Laslie, M. W.; J. M. Gregorys M..A.; tion. Miller, O. G. Mrs. Henry, of Louisville, Frank Storm, I. G.; Silas Mr. Susday. ot to Rockport Fair. t Mrs. Darls Dowell spent r, iv ia Garneld, The Reckpert Fair will be beM at Mr. John D. Shaw went to Louiv Rockjwft, Jml.. Angus' 90 to 31. The fair ha aa extensive premium list, ille Sunday, i dau-ghters, Mc-"itev- is, Frankfort, Ky., July 21). All teachers holding first class certificates nro entitled to renewals of their certificates in the opinion of four judges of the court of appeals who had this question before them Friday. The case came up from the Shelby circuit court and involves a point in which a great many teachers in the state are interested. The hearing was on a motion to dis solve the mandatory Injunction to compel County Superintendent G. M. Money, of Shelby county, to renew the teacher's certificate of Miss Rosa Randolph. Chief Justice Hobson ana Judges Lasslng, Settle and Carroll sat in the case. The motion was argued by Assistant Attorney General M. M. Logan, und Miss Rnndolph was represented by Attorney L. C. Willis and County Judge Gilbert of Shelby. The issue involves a construction of the law. The county superintendent insisted that before Miss Randolph could be entlted to a renewal certificate she must have taught eight consecutive years on original certificate. Miss Randolph's certificate was renewed for four years In 1001. In 100? she took an examination and secured a certificate four years. She contended that this entitled her to the renewal. The court sustained the injunction, thus upholding Miss Randolph's contention. CONTRIBUTE The Democratic Campaign tee, headed by W.F.McCoom?, has been organized. They are getting ready for business, and to carry on a presidential campaign it takes money. Mr. Wilson will not look to the big interests to help him. He will look to the people whom he represents and will represent if elected. He calls on the country newspapers in every state to start a club for small contributions. The News will give its readers a chance to coutribute to this fund in any amount from 25 cents to $5 or $10 not more than $ 10. Names of contributors will be published with amounts subscribed which will be forwarded to headquarters. Who will be the first to contribute? Stock Day At Webster Mondays and Thursdays ore stock days at Webster. These are great days for the fanners. II. II. Norton is the buyer and pays Louisville prices less a small per cent, for handling. His last shipments were one car of cattle, one of hogs and two of sheep and lambs. There is not a more popular dealer along the Henderson Route. and voters of Ureckenridge county, indorse the call of the provisional Commute for a national Convention to he held at Chicago on the 5th of August, to nominate a candidate for president nnd vice president, nnd whereas we further indorse the call of the Hon. Leslie Combs for County Conventions to be held in each cuttnty in this state. Now in compliance with said calls, u mass convention of voters of this county, will be held at Hardinsburg on Sat urday, July 27, lgl2 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention to be held nt EUzabethtown on August 1, 1012. All citizens who do not wish to support the nominee of either of the old parties, and who advocate the progress ive ideas of Theodore Roosevelt, are urged to attend this convention. The County Convention hereby called will also be opened for the consideration of the question of organization. S ly Woman. Mrs. Margaret Smith, one of the best known women of Ohio county, died of a complication of diseases Thursday night at her home near Fordsvllle, after nn illness lasting for several weets. Mrs. Smith was 38 years old and had a great many friends in Owensboro.. She was the daughter of the late John T. Smith, of Fordsvilie. She is survived by one son, Leonard Smith, also four sisters and four broth- ers. JOHNSON Suffers Affection Of Voice. J N O P I'arks tlcat'y Uardnor A It Miller Fears Trouble Is Serious As Result Of Being Struck When A Small Boy. Washington, July 18. Representative Ben Johnson of the Fourth Kentucky district, is suffering from an affection which has resulted in the almost total loss of his voice. Whether the character of the trouble can be determined and a cure effected, Mr. Johnson is unable to say. He has consulted specialists here in Washington, who state that there is absolutely no Inflammation to be found, and they are at a loss to understand what caused the condition. Mr. Johnson recalls that about thirty or more years, ago while playing ball at Bardstown, he was struck in the left side of the throat by a foul ball. A paralysis of the muscles resulted, and it was necessary for him to Jgo to New York city for treatment. Specialists there told Mr. Johnson that while tho trouble most probably would disappear there was about an equal chance of it returning unexpectedly. He is afraid that the latter has happened, as the trouble almost entirely disappeared a year or two after his visit to New York. Ueo K J i Hunry O O Klttermau ATAdkins J II Wood Judao Win Ahl L Olionnutt .1 T Carman II m Junet KdRtir Connor Oscar Connor .1 11 Wliltwortli Nat Whltwortli Allen It Klncholoo Luko It Ueuvrs A II Wliltwortli E II Miller W II SMvoly J It McCoy HS drain no Galloway Geo Mllior I'oln Unllowiv Uoburt Crlder Jesse It Eskrldgo Oeo W Evans Or J A Hundbach .1 Dell Koburts Fullhini WN Holt One Train A Day. On account, of the wreck at Rock Haven only one passenger and mail train is running a day from Evans-vlll- e to Brandenburg and return. It is hoped the trains will be in commission by Friday. Jim Huff J W I'uto . nobt DuUo There was very little business trans- J M Pitch Monday. A K 1" Clark acted iu the County Court K Li Miller few road cases were on the docket and H It Horry Sr II T Koblson carried over for viewers, etc.. Lafe liuhen ConM J Iluhun The following applications for 0 I) I'uto federate pensions were entered: 1'hos. f llnrsuly it j Simmons, G. B. Gibbons and S. K. H U inn Ucrrv excepKuirono Ward Uurrigau filed and laid over for County Court. It Whltwortli Mellvlllo Adams Avery Iliiyues Jim Nichols J II Harrison T II Horsely Thomas K Connor TuyW Johnson Uoy Kennedy Joel AilRood II J Carman UTI'olk LOTaul Jon Aden W P Lasllo It A Pate Marvin Dowell Lev Dean Lightning Strikes. by lightning r Iht St. Mary's in The Woods was struck Sunday and was badlv Frankfort. damaged. Sum IUmsoy Geo Wlllsoo WncRoner All the applications that have been CluisWillis Kb Uobt Wlllson previously filed and recommended are A H McKiiiizhn still carried on the docket awaiting in- A l Hanks structions Irom the department at Oeo Roberts Geo K Snivel; J II Weatherhult N W Phelps .1 P II Lusltt; Havo I'lielps tions. E T Nolto 0 Nolto Clms Popbam WV JO Miller KS Storms John WelsMnburs .loo Huir Perkins v Ira llurnard CABINET VI HkLL, BUUJND Published by request of 1 K.A1JN Is Strong Members Compose Campaign A One-Four- taen Prior to the first trouble, however, his vioce has been unusually strong. SAM D. HAYDEN Chief Cook, EokIUIi Kitchen. Cloverport Committee-Willia- m M'Combs Is Named As Chairman. Seagirt, N. I., July 18. The Demo cratic campaign committee, invested with plenary power in the presidential campaign, was named tonight by Gov. Wilson. It consists of fourteen members. Wm. F. McCombs, chairman of the Democratic National committee, is chairman, The other members are: Robert S. Hudspeth, of New Jersey; Josephus Daniels, of North Carolina; Willard Saulsbury, of Deleware; Robert L. Ewlng, of Louisiana; A. Mitchell Palmer, of Pennsylvania; Joseph E. Davis, cf Wisconsin; Will R. King, of Oregon. All of whom are members of the nation al committee and Senators Thomas P. Gore, of Oklahoma; James A. O'Gor-maof New York; James A. Reed, of Missouri; 'Representatives Daniel J. McGillicuddy, of Maine; Albert S. Burleson, of Texas, and William G. McAdoo, of New York City. n, SHERIFFS SALES FOR TAXES The undersigned will, on the 26 day of August, 1912, at the court house door in Hardinsburg (being a regular county court day) offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described lands, to satisfy the taxes due thereon, including costs, commissions, etc.: Malcolm Allen. House and lot. 19 10 tax.J6.51; 1911 tax.J6.25. Total, $12.76 Thortcu Bratcher. 43 acres land. 191 1 tax, $6.10. Ben Davenport. House and lot. 191X tax, $3.85. W. V. Johnson. House and lot. 191 1 tax, $4.56. John Miller. 135 acres land. 1911 tax $12.17. Mathias Miller. Two houses and lots, 191 r tax, $11.83. II. L. Morton. House mid lot. 1911 tax, $4.83. Robt. Nichols. House and lot. Tax: G. Puniphtey, Sr. 81 acres land tax, $7.30. Chas. Riley. 22 acres land. 191 1 tax, 1911 Tom Gray lay on the bar room floor, Having drunk so much ho coijld drink no nioro. So ho fell asleep with a troubled bruin, d train. And ho dreamed that he rodo on a hell-boun- The engine with blood was red and damp, And brilliantly lit with a brimstone lamp; For fuel, an imp wus shoveling bones, hilo the furnace rang with a thousand groans. The boiler was filled with lager beer, And the devil himself was the engineer. The passengers made such a motley crow Church members, Atheist, Gentile and Jew. Rich men in broadcloth, and beggar in rags; Handsome voung ladies and withered old hags; Yellow and black men, rod, brown and white All chained togetherl What a terrible sight. .' x; irrs: m. ,, OKffpES nu. , iXfc!' ad Ct ad But ho capered about, and sang in his glee, And laughed and joked at their agony. "My faithful friends, you have done my work, shirk. And the devil can never a pay-da- y "You havo bullied tho weak, und robbed the poor, . And tho starving brother turned from your door. You havo laid up gold whore tho canker rusts, And given free vent to your fleshly lusts. "You have justice scorned, and corruptions sown, And trampled tho laws of nature down. Yon havo drank and rioted, murdered and lied, pride. And mocked at God in your "You havo paid full faro, so I'll carry you through, For it's only just you should got your duo. Why, tho laborer expects his hire, So I'll land you safo in the lake of firo. "Whore your flesh shall roast in tho flames that roar, And my imps torment you forever more." Then Torn awoko with an agonizing cry, His clothes soaked with sweat and his hair standing high. And ho prayed as he nover prayed before, To be saved from drink and tho devil's power, And his vows and prayers woro not in vain, d train. For he nevermore rodo on a hell-bor- n holl-boun- 19". At Rose Hill. $2.51. Sanders Bros. $1.49-Sander- 8 acres land. 191 1 tax, 1911 1911 Mr. Fred Pierce was host nt a yard party at Rose Hill Sunday in honor of A sumptuous Miss Addle Fairlelgh. dinner was had in celebration of his mother's birthday and plates were set for the following: Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, Miss Josie Raltt, Miss Lula Severs, Misses Mildred Babbage uud Addle Pairleigh and .Mr. Fred Pierce. Rose Hill is lovely this summer with beautiful flowers of every discription and s tax, $4.20. & Howard. 40 acres laud. House uud tax, $3.85. Sarah Holt. House and lot. $1.80. Bartlett Allen. lot. 1911 tax,. trees laden with luclous fruit. The lawn has hammocks, swings, benches, tables and screened cots for open air naps. A day spent there Is a treat, refreshing and delightful. Seeking To Make Christian Dry. Hopkinsville, Ky., July 20. The first gun in the long expected Prohibition fight ia this city and county was fired today whea petitions appeared simultaneously la every voting precinct ami were circulated for signature. The petitions ask that aa election te held n October J, und for the county as a Exchange. J whol, House and lot. 191c tax, $5.05. This only represents a small poporticn of the property that would have been advertised this week if space could liave been had iu this issue. However, next week I will proceed to advertise the list of every man, woman, or child in this district who has not paid their taxes iu As some people full for the year 1910-1think we will not sell them out to protect ourselves, and that they can put this matter off indefinitely .they will find when they go to pay the cost in these cases that we were very much in earnest. Those who owe taxes and whose names dq not appear herein can save themselves the extra cost, by remitting in full before aHother issue of this paper. Deunie Sheeran, S. II C. By R. O. Perkins, D. S. 1. Chas. Monday. BARBECUE? In the Beautiful Grove at Glen Dean, Ky., on Glen Dean Lodge No. 747, F. & A. M. will give a Ground SATURDAY, AUG. 5, A GOOD STRING BAND will furnish music all day for 1912 JOHNSON I CONGRESSMAN will be here on BEN that day and entertainment and dancing. Senator W. 0. BRADLEY A Good Dancing Pavillion will also be invited to be present will bs provided for those who enjoy this pastime All Kinds of Innocent Amusement for Everybody Do not fail to be one of the throng who will spend this day with us." Best of Order Assured A Delightful Day of Entertainment JIM DEAN, Master of Ceremonies and Committeeman i s menf for all "The price of all sorts of shoes Is sure to be increased before September 1," said J. Harry Stlz of the company, '"Only yesterday wo ARTTO were figuring up the price of leather, and we found that since January 1, 11MW, the cost of leather had increased Manufacturers Send Out Word 72tercent. The price of shoes has Of 20 Per Cent. Advance On been raised from tune to time to keep pa e with this increase In the cost of Of Hides learner, outauotner ooosi to ine snoe September price is now due increasing, Values Rise Rapid"We have not made any Increase In ly-All Patrons To Be the price recently, but wti have notl- lled our patrons that on or before September I an increase of about 20 per cent must be made. "There are many reasons for this BLAME ON AUTOMOBILE Increased price of leather, but the popularity of the automobile is one of Chicago, July 20. Automobiles, not the principal causes. The average con'ent with encroaching upon the do- j man does not know how many sides of main of the horse, will on or before leather are heme; used today in the September have another s n to an- (manufacture of automobiles. The great . swer for. trouble is that the uses for leather are price of siioes is coins up, and increasing daily, and the supply of raw The the antomoollo is blamed by manu- material is decreasing. The largo facturers nntl dealers as being the ranges of the west are being cut up inprincipal cause of the increase in the to small farms, and ihe owner is now price of leather. raising cereals Instead of cattle and Those who have been accustomed to sheep paying $5 a pair for their fall foot"Also, the population of the world wear will be compelled to add another Is increasing, and more shoes are bedollar to their shoo allowance this ing worn each year. This is true not year or be content with an Inferior only In the United States, but all over quality oi footwear, Not only does the the world. Every variety of leather Is raise alTect shoes of the & variety, Increasing in price, and I think they but shoes of all grades and prices. will contlnuo to do so." "A --'0 per cent raise in price on all Shoes, however, are not the only arshoes on or before September 1," is ticles of wearing apparel which are the word which manufacturers are advancing In price. The fall suit in 1912 will cost more than did its presending out to wholesalers and decessor In 1011. The American Wool SHOE PRICES Selz-Schwa- b 60 'IIP 1- -Use I I 1 ! Withe Constantine. Itching piles provoke profanity but change will oegln at the The revival services profanity won't remove tl.eni. Doan's Methodist church Aug. 11, so get mechanism You can buy no better gun Ointment is recommended for itching, ready. handles .22 shor tor target work and all bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at long or e cartridc Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Witt returned any drug store. small game up to Dertectlv. Ihe deeD Ballar from Lopisville Friday. riflina develons maximum nnwer an Lewis Clarkson, who has been at ZUU yards. Held Under $4,000 Bond. accuracy anrl arlrl vmn - tV lif f nfl Bowling Green for several weeks came Tn (olid lop protection from drfectiTe cartridge! preventi powder ai home Saturday for his vacation ... . i.t. :..i .l. tu. h. Kaiei irom Dans Euown lurk. spoil your bead and allow, nuirk. imini. .kAi. U:.U MI.. ..i J. G Cox. charged with shooting and Threshers are with us again. down conitniction, removable action Darta. rnf Darti'of anr .22 it i. t ieait killing Dan Dowell at Pleasant Giove, OUieke.1 and AtMt In rUn. A wuIhmiIh. nd. . A.t..w.. J I.MUWI IUH. O. W1I UU UCU Dr. Taylor will be here July 30 and Meade counf.y, won his proceedings for yvZ will k.U ... JM JFi 31, prepared to do all kinds ot Dental A ,." .i..:n: bail before Judge Chelf at Dranden-bur- g "tr i ' . "v..." T trivns work. 42 Willow Street New Haren, Con Stod 3 staap. for it toJir. Tuesday and was granted ball in z3Htta!fiwWMHBBKaBHBHaHMHaHaHHHMHB Bro. King has announced that on the sum of 4,000, which ho gave. Cox did not take the stand. His plea will Sunday Aug. 11, he will hold an all be self defense It is alleged that day missionary service and invites Insulting remarks to every one to be present and to be sure Dowell made to bring plenty of dinner for themselves Cx's daughter. and friends. W. E. Brumley, a salesman for Otter Most disfiguring skin eruptions, & Co., of Louisville, called on the scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc , are due Mr. J armor, are you interested? If so, call on the tilmpure blood. Burdock Blood Bit- merchants last week. 1 T. C. Williams, of West Point, came ters as a cleansing blood tonic, is well manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Sunday to be the guest of his wife and recommonded. Jl 00 at all stores. Company and have him explain tho special "Farchildren, who are with her parents, Mr. mers Line'' rate. and Mrs. J. H. Meador. B S. Clarkson and sisters, Mesdamt-en company yesterday opened its lines in New York, and the prices showed Kemper and Hardaway, spent Tuesday an increase in urlco of from 10 to 20 at Brandenburg. cents a yard. Misu Lee King is visiting relatives at Tk Martin REPEATING RIFLE 11 i-'- Model 20 long-rifl- i- I vl I -- i I SEeJ2S5?SSvSSSSS RURAL TELEPHONE ! BIG SPRING Thursday the 25th has been named for the dav for the men and those who have loved ones buried at the Methodist cemetery to meet and clean off the ' grounds. Mesdames Kemper and Hardaway left Wednesday for their home at Mlnot, N. D. Dr. C. B. Witt went to Louisville Wednesday. The ladies of the Methodist church will give their annual Ice cream supper Saturday evening, July 27. The proceeds are to go toward helping to buy an organ, so come and help the women in their work, Rev. King was at Constantino last week and will bo there part of this holding a revival, Lewis P. and Chits. V. Clnrkson leave Thursday to join the Vine Grove State Guards, Company P,, of the Third Kegiment of Kentucky, to attend the annual military encampment which will be held at Anniston Ala. They will be away fourteen days. All donations for the fee cream supper, July 27, will be highly appreciated. Ladies come and bring your cake, boys come and bring your glrto. . For soreness of, the muscles, whether Induced by violent exercise, or injury, there.te nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by all dealers. $ M CUMBERLAND teSSySrSV-iSSfrfa- TE1EPH0NE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) ? COMPAI Don't Fail to See Us For Up-to-Da- te Job Worl Burned Out Three Times By Incendiary, Cannelton, Intl., July 20 An Incep-dlar- y on Friday morning burned a large stock barn on the farm of Sheriff Luke Kellems, I5 miles back of Cannelton and two and miles from Derby, destroying the barn and three head of horses. The incendiary In order to make good his escape, cut the telephone wires. Bloodhounds are being brought to the spot from Rockport in the hope of running down the guilty party. This It the third time Mr. Kellems has been burned out. one-half All Churches and Church Societies Should IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, Get greater results with less effort; .want your baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delight to your family Have a Bank Account. If you are treasurer of your Church, Missionary Boctety Epnorth Luuuuo, Muptlst Youhk I'eople's Union, Sunday School or ChrhUlun Kndeavor, open un account lu our bunk l'uy out tho church uouoy by chucks, and every member run look und see where tho church tnoofy him none, whether for naitor's salary, missions or church expenses. Kvery tuliiK In black and white la the most satisfactory way oven lu church mutters where honesty ami aecuratoness Is the only ntuthou. Wo luvlto (he putronuKe of every chutch and will render to Catholics unu Protestants the mmo careful service uml attention that is xltun to tbu merchants Then Use Lewisport Best Flow It will do all this and moro. Every sack and all commercial patrons. FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C PAYNE, Cashier Buy It now. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over Buy it now and be prepared for such au emergency. For sale by all dealers. LEWISPORT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky CO, Subscribe Now ' Better Subscribe for The News Rijht Now tTi Breckinridge County HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY Fair, Auf . 20, 21, 22 $100 Saddle Stake $100 Harness Stake $100 Derby Stake : Bigger and Better Than Ever. 9 Horse Shows and Running Races AUGUST 21, Do Not Miss the Bull Race the first day. This is Hie only Tournament of this kind to be held at any Pair in Kentucky. Bulls mounted by skilled riders AUGUST 20, CHILDREN'S Merry-go-Round DAY LOUISVILLE DAY AUGUST 22, DERBY DAY Show Horses Automobile Races Something doing all the time to amuse both old and young. Reduced Rates on all Railroads. The greatest Floral Hall in the State. Liberal Premiumns on Everything. Write for Catalog. Train stops at Fair Grounds. A. T. BEARD, 'lAVIESS COUNTY SOLD President I JOHN ill. SKILLMAN, A Secretary! JOB FOR RELIGION WHEAHOOL From 12,000 to 15,000 Bush- elsto Nashville Mill At Prices Ranging From $1.01 to 89 Cents. At the meeting of the farmers who are members of the Daviess County Wheat Growers' association, which was held at the Green River To jacco Growers association Saturday, from 12,000 to 15,000 bushels of wheat in the 1912 pool were sold to the Liberty Mills of Nashville, Tenn., at prices ranging from $1.01 to 89 cents. According to the members of the association, the price is a very satisfactory one. The deal with the Nashville concern was made through E. N. Williams who represented that concern and who made the best bid that was submitted, not all of the Owensboro millers bid on the pool. For the No. 2 wheat that grades up pounds to the bushel, the to 08 price is $1.01; for 57 it is 51; for 05 cents,: for C, 3 cents; cents; for 55, for 53, 90 cents, and for 52 it is 80 fifty-eig- Kentucky, and beginning at the southeast corner 01 the fiirs it A. Shellman's lot on First Street; thence with the South line of Mrs R. A. Smith's lot In a westerly direction 177J feet to Mrs E. A. Blaine; thence In d Southerly direction with said line 25 feet to R. A. Shellman's Northwest corner; thence with Shellman's North line in an Easterly direction 107 feet to First Street; thence in a Northerly direction with the West line of First Street 25 feet to the beginning, being parts of lots Nos 108 and IO9 as designated in the plat or plan of said In addition to the above lot, on which is loca ed the banking house formerly used by said assigned bank, there will be sold a Mosler Safe, time loci , furniture and fixtures, which were used in the conduct of said banking business. Said property will be first sold separately, that Is the real estate and personal property will be sold separately, r and then as a whole and in which the larger sum is realized, the sale will be made. The purchaser, or purchasers, will be required to execute bond for the purchase price or prices, with approved security, due andpayablo in six months from the date of sale, bearing interest from date till paid at the ra e of sx per cent, per annum. BUT THB PRIVILEGE OF PAYING CASH WILL BE ACCORDED THE PUR CHASER OR PURCHASERS. Said property is sold for the purpose of winding ud and settling the affairs of the said Two States Bank. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST COMPANY. ASSIGNEE OF THE TWO STATES BANK. irmn-ne- property, A certain lot or parcel of land the West side of First Street in to-w- lt: The undersigned, Assignee of the Two States Hank of Stephensport, Kentucky, under order of court, will, on Saturday the 17th day of August, 1012, at one o'clock P. M., on said day. exnosc and sell to the hiirhost and best bidder, at public outcry, in front of the building, formerly occupied oy tne Two States Bank, at Stephensport. Kentucky, the following described on Steph-euspor- t, town. ,, One trouble is that the politicians are trying to do by politics by laws and platforms and Candidates too much of what can best, and perhaps only, be done by religion; trying to make people good; trying to rule the world by improved machinery, when the truth Is that, though improved machinery may help, what is really Important and effective Is the spirit that Is behind the working of all the machines. And the same thing Is true of what we call education. Wo keep trying to make it do too much that is best manners, done by religion soften fortify the spirit, bring saneness and tru h into life. The schools try to improve the machinery by which the mind works, and they do improve it,and they do well. But the great education With is to Christianize the heart that for a thread you can string on whatever pearls the schools or the politicians supply, and be sure that the result wil,l be an adornment. And more will bo nice, and less won't greatly matter, for the spirit will be fed. But the value of the pearls will depend very much upon th ir correlation and the strength of the thread that holds THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. 40 3 YEARS Per Cent on Time Deposits Very Important School Question Is Decided Frankfort, Ky. July at). Judges Hobson, Lasslng, Settle and Carroll, of the court of appeals, today heard arguments on a motion to dissolve a mandatory injunction In tho Shelby circuit court giving Miss Rosa Randolph tho right to compel G. M. Money, county superintendent, to rendw her teacher's certificate for four years. In I9O0 Miss Randolph obtained a ccrtili cate for four years, which was renew ed in I994, and in I9O3 Miss Randolph again stood an examination and obtained a certificate which expired in ll2. She asked that the couuty superintendent renew her certificate, claiming that on account of teaching eight consecutive years she is entitled to a renewal. The superintendent, refused to renew the certificate. The appellate court held that Miss Randolph's certificate can be renewed indefinitely un- - j der the new school law. A Look Here! When You Want them. A very large proportion of all the stir in the world which is now proceeding must look for guidance and final settlement to religion. The relations of men seem all to be under new scrutiny. The old adjustments of them are challenged as unfair. All manner of new adjustments are proposed and are under examination. Most of them look dangerous to conservative minds. People Many of them are dangerous. who ought to know better go about with governmental propositions that remind one of the impulses of come striking mill hands to break the machinery of the mills beaiuse they are not satisfied as to hours and wages. We in this country are disturbed and made anxious; England is agitated and rocked; China is upheaved, with every anchor of her old civilization apparently torn lopse from its holding; Mexico struggles and, gasps In her effort to substitute a more rept esentatl ve govern ment for the despotism that lately chocked her Into orderly proceedings and drove her on in the path of civilisation. The outcome" everywhere depends on the individual capacity and character of the peoples concerned, and that depends largely on tho religion that has shaped their minds and stan dards. Where there is a sufficient popular capacity to choose between what is feasible and what is not, between what is just and what is cray,th changes and readjustments that are due will come safely and with comparative tranquility. Where the popular mind Is not mature enough to make wise choices, some form of the strong hand will eventually keep order aud drive who must be driven. What Is being tested is how far Christianity has brought civilization. For Christianity Is at the bottom of modern democracy, Its basis, its chief inspir ation, and Its indispensible ingredient and safeguard Two great services, among others, the Christian religion does for democto men, racy. It teaches good-wimakingevery man his brother's keeper, and it creates, or emphasizes, new values in life spiritual values which make those who possess them less eager for the material goods and more patient with those to whom material possessions arc The value In these times, and in all times, of a religion that at the same time quickens sympathy with labor and abates jealous of capital is obvious. ll 'cents. Insurance! Life Insurance, Sick and Ac- The delivery will be made to cars on railroad tie sldlnirs in the Owensboro a.rds and the buyers of the wheat will pay for its handling from the time that it is placed inside of the car doors. The deliveries are to stare by the middle of this week. Jt Is impossible to determine the exact amount of wheat that will be In the pool, but from the figures that were made ou the pledges at the meeting Saturday, it Is believed that the total will run somewhere between 12,000 and 13,0 O bushels. Owensboro Mes-sende- Died In This City. cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. Texas Wonder. r s Harmon Ellis, bridgeman. sent out to ilag train No. l6 near f,odlburg, fell asleep on the tract. West bound train No. 03 cauie along struck him, cut off his left leg and crushed his body severely. The accident occurred Thursday morning and he was brought here immediately to T)r, Simons' Infirmary. He died at 12:30 that day. Eltaking Chamberlain's Tablets when years old and lis was twonty-on- e needed.you should become both healthy weighed 210 pounds. His parents live and beautiful. For sale by All Deal- near Brandenburg station If vou are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful by washing dishes, sweeping and doing housework all day, and crawling into bed dead tired at night. You must get out into the open air and sunlight. If you do this every day and keep your stomach and bowels In good order by ers. "Why don itics?" Dysentery is always serious and often a dangerous disease, but It can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera "I never take a part in anything,", and" Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it replied Mr. Dustin Stax. "My rule Is even when malignant and epidemic. For sale by all dealers. lor nothing. Washington Star. t you take a part In pol- The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all inegularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by vour druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is two month's treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 20'.'6 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Lowest Rales of any Company in America. Tlio L. C. TAUL Incnranno Man 9 IX r rinirnnnnnt Has Wonderful Horse. Walter Hawkins, a sophomore student of C. H. S., is spending his vacation at his country home near town. He has farming in his "bones" and is going to make a specialty of stock. Mr. Hawkins has a wonderful horse and is taking pains to educate it. It has not been n year since he bought the horse and she has learned to tell her age, and when Mr. Hawkins drops his hat, she stops and picks It up for him. liesides these, she does other remarkable tricks, Mr, Hawkins has the kindest feeling for horses and says their dispositions are different just like those of people, He loathes to see men treat them unkindly and believes that horses should be given tho kindest First Boy Gee! When I grow up Consult T. N. McGlothlan for I'm going after a political job! Courier-Journsubscriptions to Second Boy What for? Times, Post, Horald, Farmers First Boy So's I can go to the ball Ilome Journal, Stock Yard Journ- games every afternoon. al, Western Kecordor and lireck enridge News. We CanPrint That'Picnic Bill ! al. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK SHOULD NOT BE TOLERATED Contributed by Itobt T, Exaliuw It cities to dispose of all sorts of refuse by dummncr It on the river banks. The practice is reprehensible and should not be permitted. Some of the progressive citizens of Frankfort discovered not long ago that the banks of the Kentucky River within' the corporate limits of the city ware gradually being transformed Into a dumping ground for all sorts of litter and debris. The Citizens' Improvement Awaciatlon took the matter up with the Mayor and City Council and as a mult an order has gone forth that the rlvwr banks must be cleaned up and kept clean. Upon Investigation the Frankfort of- BlaU have found that it is a violation Federal law to throw trauh on the btttlis of a navigable stream or to dump refute Into the stream. Accordingly the cooperation of the Fwkral Gov It Is customary In many river ernment will be asked In guarding against future violations of this whole some statute. The combined etlorts of the city and the Government should be equal to an abatement of the nuisance. As a matter of civic pride cities ought to look more closely afcer the conditions along the river banks. In many cases river fronts are so care leesly kept as tp become eyesores, where, with the needed attention, they could be made sanitary arid attractive. There is no excuse for allowing a river to become a dumping ground. Refuse thrown in or along a navigable waterway becomes an obstruction to navigation and ia also a menace to to decency. It is health' and an a bad advertisement far any city which to be up ta date ami en no profs aeeowt should it b tolerated. For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; 1ms been run about i yours and is a bargain to anyone needing it rtntionnry ongino. Una all necessary pipes, gosolino tunic which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and a natural gus attachment. Reason for solling-entiro- ly too largo for my purpose. For further information call on or address care. One way to relieve habitual consti pation is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are recommended for this purpose. 25c a box at all drug stores. BRABANDT A? HARDINS- Harper's Weekly, BURG THIS WEEK otfe given prompt attention at this time should leave the picnic long enough to Ferious trouble may be avoided. Chain- - have it taken, Post card, cabinet berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea size, enlarged sizes, in the best work. Remedy can always be depended upon. For sale by all dealers. Loutevlllw Evening Post dad Brk Bridge News During the summer months mother Urabandt, the photographer, will be of young children should watch for any at his studio in Hardlnsburgthis week, unnatural looseness of the bowels, When All person's who want pictures made JN0. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Subscribe Right Now. $3.50 MyMrf),jO, Now is The Time to Subscribe THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGD, Editor ami Publisher that the followers of Mr. Roosevelt in in (his county, would soon met llardinsburg and look after the mtter of appointing delegates to tho third party cnovention, billed 'in Chicago, for August 5th next. Tho moro wo look into politics, the clearer wo see how great is the character of William Jennings Bryan. Even in his defeats, ho never ioldcd to the temptation that como to ntnan in politics. Wo wish tho political workers in tho presidential campaign might take him as an examplo nnd look to him for an inspiration when thoy are CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912 tempted by enmpaign funds and whiskey this year. It is necessary to have money to carry on a campaign, to cover tho expenses of speakSubscription price SI. 00 n year in ndvnnce. ing tours, of correspondence and literaturo and public meetings. For BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nnd 5c for each additional these matters, campaign funds should be solely used, and not for buy insertion. mg men's votes nnu nonor. itcna tno articio in this wcok's issue THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of from Harper's Wcokly. CARDS OF 10 conts per lino. Jen Hook says his hat is in tho ring for County Judgo of Brcek-enridg- o OBITUARIES charged for at tho rate of 5 Cents per lino, money county on tho Democratic ticket. lie says he is going to in advance. tour the county in his machino and speak from tho renr end at every Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaso e way precinct in the county. Says ho don't bclievo in tho notify us. of making a bush to hush campaign. Ilo believes tho peoplb ought to know tho man they vote for; what ho stands for and what ho intends to do if elected. Thero aro a few Republicans in the ring too Gus Shollman, Judge Waggoner, for instance his brothcr-hi-IaFOR PRESIDENT John Akcrs and Davis Dowell. He says he can beat tho whole bunch WOODROW WILSON or any ono of them. of New Jersey Tho articlo "A younc: man's mistake," published in last week's FOR VICE PRESIDENT issue, saying that a fellow should marry a girl who knows nothing of THOMAS R. MARSHALL cooking, has raised an uproar among the young women hero. Thoy of Indiana declare that such philosophy is only reasonable on paper and that tho FOR REPRESENTATIVE girl who knows how to cook is the girl alone who can mako a man BEN JOHNSON happy. And they aro working in Clovcrport, making mint jolly for lamb chops and plum jelly for bated chicken. Ono young lad' has A' NEW NAPOLEON. made twenty-tw- o glasses of plum jelly and another ono hundred Our compliments to the modest but mighty ellicient Mr. glasses of giapo to put away on tho pantry shelf for next winter. His name field maishal of the Wilson forces at Baltimore. does not appear in tho ordinary roferencc books of contemporary This is to be a clean campaign. It is made up of clean men of to get thcie very soon, and likewise into tho business with clean politicians working in tho open under a candidate but it is bound so recently an amcteur and yet so easily routing tho professionals pages of history. Mr. McCombs has met the most feensoned veterans of political that it will bo worth watching. Thero is no sound reason that we manipulations and they are bis. lie is a man of sense and a man of can see why a political campaign shouldn't be carried on in tho sight sand, and, better than all, a man of the cleanest and most respectable of everybody. There should be no mystery or trickery in it. Just a methods. Before we hear moic of him we hnstcn to record this un- plain open light for the light of tho people to govern. solicited tribute of admiration. New York Sun. Iaouod Evory Wednesday. Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in EIGHT PAGES. Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations Screen Doors, Windows and Wire ' Screening, Building Hardware, old-tim- DEMOCRATIC TICKET Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. Hi Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order b PRICES AND ESTIMATES ON w. APPLICATION Mc-Com- bs, on this end where it is needed most, nothing it. doing. It takes money and work to keep up a pike the same as a dirt road, and it should not be neglected. If this pike belonged to a corporation, as it onco did, there would be a gieat howl go up, and next court would find a Tho bubonic plague in Porto Rico and Cuba continues serious. Farms all show good Its spread is ti actable to the rat infection. Tho Health CommissionCrops along the pike are looking fine. woik and attention. Land is being improved and built up, farmers er of Pensacola, FJa., has oppiopriated $250 for the purchase of rats are towing peas and clover, both of which show fine standi; better at threo cents each. Besides the ily swatters club, wo shall have to corn and tobucco is being grown, dwellings painted, concrete walks join tho rat catchers brigade! What next must we do to better sani-tai- y conditions? Six rats "were caught in ono Clovcrport business put down, barns whitewashed, lawns kept mowed, and it really makes one feel good to tiavel along the pike and see the improved condition house Monday morning. of things in geneial. Theic U one thing needed, however, and that is the improvement of tho pike which is in a very bad condition in The Republican State Central Committee has appointed tho Hon. some placed. Some work is being done on it nenr Ilardinsburg, but Chas. Blunford as a member of the Advisory State Committee to work in connection with the Campaign Committee. Mr. Blanford has been a campaigner for the Republican party in this State and Nation for nearly forty years. Ho is always on the firing lino for his party, and the Committee has made no mistake in his Miss Nell Moorman, of Glen Dean, is w riting most interesting letters homo from tho old country. "Italy has no Sunday," she writes, "and nearly all tho shops keep open tho day long." Clover-por- t has not a close association with Florenco, but they would have most congenial views about keeping stores open on Sunday, were they to exchange shop talk. Send in your contributions for the Wilson campaign fund. Tho people never had a truer representative. If your contribution is small-li- ke the widow's mite it will no appreciated, inis is a great fight for the people. If wo don't win now we never can win. This mono3f will not be used to buy votes. It is for legitimate campaign purposes. score of reoplo laying complaint before the grand jury, but now that it is free and belongs to everybody, it is nobody's business to keep it in the best condition. Gov. Woodrow Wilson, in addressing tho Democratic members of Congress who visited him a few days ago at Seagirt, said: "Tho real difficulty of politics in our modern days is that men have not laid their minds alongside one another in having a common interest in what they seek to do." No truer statement could be made than tho above, especially by n, man who is seeking the highest cflico in tho gift of tho people. It is a matter of history that the gieat mnss of the people have not had much to say in those matters that affect their interest. Mr. Wilson voices the sentiment of the mass of the people of this country, when ho says that they should have a common interest in what they seek to do. This is the Democratic doctiine, and tho principle which Mr. Wilson will carry out if ho is elected President. It Is certainly not a comfortable fi ellnc to know that If burglars or flro should Invado y ur home, they could so easily Hud your mouuy. Our bank hus vaults for taking euro of your money. It was built for th.it purpose, with strong locks and thick walls. Why not put your tnonuy In the hank nnd HAVE PEACE OF MIND, and that secure feeling of knowing that It Is In safe hands. lM&9iil i Let Our Bank be Your Bank & "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THE BaNK OF HARDINSbURG TRUST CO. Ilardinsburg, Ky. Thoso who aro not taking advantage of tho pleasure tho river affords aro missing tho greatest recreation of their life. Just drop things at homo a few hours and go down to tho river and jump in! Attorney Jesse R. Eskridge, of Hardinsburg, was in the city last You will faol a thousand times better, ten years younger and your week, and speaking of political conditions, Mr. Eskridgo said that disposition will bo sweeter and saner. Those who cannot leavo homo Mr. Taft was not tho nominee of the RepuMican party. Mr. Esk- for a vacation have just as good time in store hero. ridge is an ardent supporter of Mr. Roosevelt, and besides ho was present boforo the National Republican Committee in Chicago that Caruso, tho highest paid tenor in tho world, has just signed a turned down all tho Roosevelt delegates. Ho said tho ruling of tho contract to sing at tho National Opera House in Buenos Ayres for at committee was absolutely a one sided tiffin r, and ho bolioved that at least twelve performances at $7,000 each. present the Republican party was hopelessly split. Ho said also, In reading tho Brecken ridge News, do not skip any page. Live matter is scattered on every page along with tho feature articles and advertisements. mzz 5 . : RETURN ENGAGEMENT EMERSON'S COTTON years has joined Mis. Hetty Green at tho age of seventy-eigh- t the Episcopal church and was baptized Saturday afternoon. Woodrow Wilson is not making very much noise about his but ho is putting it over just tho sarao. Cloverport, LYONS, AlcQuady. BLOSSOM Melo-Drani- Thursday 1st August Presenting the Merry Musical a Taft and Teddy had just as well como across for Wilson, mighty lonesome pulling along by themselves. This is not for publication, but wo wore surely an original man. Thero is no room for little too politicians in this campaign. Does Not Approve. Dear In your valuable paper 1 will say to the Fair Association that I think, they have made a great mistake in giving such ptomineuce to the whiskey ad iu their catalog. I am sure that the botter class of your patronB do not indorse advertising that is the Devil's chief agency iu destroying mind, body and soul. Respectfully, C. H. Claycomb. It's "THE YANKEE DOODLE BOY" with Hvc Acts of "A PLAY EVERY High-Clas- Has Missed The Nows. Dear News: Drowned? s Vaudeville SHOULD AMERICAN SEE" New: If you will allow space of it. We refuged to the hill country of North Louisiana for five weeks dur- Not a bit EXTRA! EXTRA! rninuL rwrml WEIRD! PPIHPF If7 A! Ml Ami Ins VICrOUlNA HINDOO TROUI'lJ Kngnged from the Keith Vaudeville Circuit of New York City for the suiniiRY heason only ov mwstic vorkkrs WONDERFULl STARTLING! DON'T HISS 1TI The highest salaried act ever placed on a show bout and one you will talk about Tor months to come. DON'T MISS ITI $3.50 ing the worst water. I won't attempt to tell you the havoc the great old "Father of Waters" can play when he gets on a big rampage. I think satan himself, as in the days of Job, must have been behind this Hood. But hurrah for "Dixie", neither fire, sword nor flood can vanquish herl I've been missing the News for quite a white and can't get on without it any longer, for those dear folks of mine in "Auld Kalmuck" have lost the art of writing. May success in its fullest sense, ever Louisville Evening Post Mrs. Jeasy KeUk Lvuk, and Breckenrldge News be yours. one year 13.50. Rayville, La. ono thoroughbred Berkshire brood sow; about 2 months old; ono other brood sow with six pigs about 2 months old. Will sell sow and pigs together or singly. Also for sale ono good work horse. Terms cash. ono Poland China brood sow with nine pigs For Sale! I have for &alo Hardinsburg, Ky. R. -- Ml 0 86 Breckenridge News. ' Chh. Rledcl, Miss Frieda Rledel, of 1 ti1V.rU-4'WmtS&&?S4r- I TWItnNKSDAV. JULY THIS PAPER nEPRESENTED 24. 1912 Victorina Hindoo Troupe A. T. Hasham, of Sample. James M Bane, of Mystic, were at Webster Saturday attending the picnic. GGNCRAL. OFFICES Miss Elizabeth Y. Skillman, of NEW YORK AND CHICAGO is visiting her grandpareJits, rtRAJCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skillman. That Musical Melo drnma "The RVTEh FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCFMENTS Yankee Doodle Boy" and five acts of vaudeville with the Cotton Blossom. CO Miss Ida Marr drew the piano at the I2 For Precinct mid city Offices 00 Red Men's barbecuo at Hardiii.tburg. 16 For County Offices I for State mid District Offices. ...$ l.'i 00 She is leaching at the Hetidriek'n 10 place. "For Oils, per line 10 Next Saturday will be a big day at For Card, per line Hardinsburg. The Masonic barbecue Publications In the InterFor All and the' Roosevelt rally will nttrnct big est of individuals or expression 10 crowds. of Individual views per line Miss Pauline Moorman, the efficient for F. Fraize is takyoung ing, here vacation and will visit in Elizabethtown. LOCAL BREVITIES The Hon. D. C. Moorman and W. R. Moorman, Jr., of Glen Dean, and W. J. Piggott, of Irvington, were in Louisville Friday. Mrs, Robert Jones was here from Mrs. Arad Leaf and Mrs. Alex Leaf, Lewisport Friday. of Tobinsport, went to Hardin Grove, Miss Liizie Sklllman has been visit Ind., Saturday to spend a week with Irfg In Hawesvllle. Mrs. J. D Brashear. r Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone were in Mr. Dwight Randall gave an informLouisville last week. al reception to the young society peoMrs. Harry Harableton were ple Friday night. Ice cream and cake Mr and ' were served at 10:30 o'clock. In Louisville Saturday. A. S. and J. M. Sklllman, prognssive Glasscock, of Mook, was in E. E. lv 'Hardilnsburg Monday. farmers, of near Hardinsburg, are Mrs. Clint Reid and children lett building a tobacco barn 36x60 on their farm. J. L. Pool is the contractor, Saturday for St. Louis. Maynard White, the small child of Remember the Hindoos aie coming Mr. and Mrs. Emmett White, was badwith the Cotton Blossom.' ly bit by a dog last Tuesday. He Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Skillman, of Louis under constant and careful treatment isville, were here Sunday. and is getting along all right. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch attended the Wm. Head, tie buyer and inspector ' picnic at Webster Saturday. for the Monon, was at Hardinsburg last Mrs. Nannie Wills and Miss Gensle week taking up ties. He had just reWills went to Webster Saturday. turned from the mountains where he Mrs. Adkins, of Stanley, is visiting took up several thousand ties. Mr. her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Berry. Head is well pleased with his job. A clean towel for each man at Union Mr. and Mrs. William Pate, Mr. and prices at Overton & Weatherholt's. Mrs. Fred Fraize, Misses Lizzie and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Perkins have Margaret Skillman, have been outing gone to Oregon to make their home. on the Bohemian near Little Tar Miss Lucile Graham and Miss Ayres, Springs. They were joined the last two days by Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ferry. of Hawesvllle, were here Wednesday. Miss Miss Cleona Weatherholt and Miss Margaret Wroe underwent a Rebecca Willis went to Louisville minor operation at the hospital in Owensboro last week and is expected fell off the Plug home this wtek. She was accompanied Herbert Moorman lgine Friday night and broke his left by her mother, Mrs. Thos. Wroe. Miss Wroe is a member of the C. H. S. faculty. Hittle girl arrived at the home of Mrs. Hoffious Behen was hostess at a Mr. and Mrs. Jim Penner Wednesday supper given on the rocks up the river night. evening in honor of Miss Miss Jaunita Carr, of Elizabethtown, Saturday Proctor Florence and Addle Fairleigh. The is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. meats were cooked on a bou fire and Keith. the guests were served in picnic Mrs. Douglas Williams, of Louisville, fashion. is s.ptiiding tnts week here with relaMiss Kathrlne Moorman gave the tives.. best kind of a party Thursd ly night at Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt her home on the river for Misses Emmy ana hons returned home from Vine Lou and Louise Moorman, of Glen Grove yestertiay. games, Old fashioned Dean. The Kev. Hughes, of Kingswood.was and spinning the plate here vebteraa enroute home after a were played enthusiastically. Sherbert 'week's absence. and delicious cakes were served and the and guests did not go home until 11:80. Don't fail to see Prince Kar-M- i his Victorina Hindoo Troupe with the ADVERTISING BY FOR FOREIGN Holt, nnd Miss Roehm, of Tell City, were in town Thurdny. The Highest priced act 4ver on a Show Boat, Prince Knr Ml and his THE toapjili Christmas Savings Account. twcnly-liv- o I XV For Rent Meat Market COK IlKNT Meat Market houso centrally 1 located i lrtHtnml In towni pool on (or riulit mnn. IuH II. Jolly. Irvlnmon. Ky. "ftul' For Sale 8A1.H--- I Something New! Brown and White Fireproof Cooking Ware! Ramekins Custard or Bean Cups Cocottes Pudding Dishes Bean Bakers Nappies Casseroles Stevvers with bail Pitchers CE,The Ramekins are just riget for nr Mor-ganfiel- Por Sale Cottage .lucres Rriumli FOU SAt.K 5 room rottnRoIrvington, Ky. rollejro bullillnir, W. I Arnold. Irvlnmon, Ky. FOU IS liorso power " e book-keep- Everybody would money. enjoy Christmas more, if thoy Iflid the. cash to give tho jiifis that it takes money to buy. This will not only bo beneficial in teaching young people how to eave. but will bo a pleasure to old people to have a little extra monoy It is laid up for Christmas. very simple, easy thing to do, and when onco started, you soon tako un interest in saving money. Those desiring to bogin now to mako Christmas a happy ono for themselves and others, are offered our services. Start this week depositing cents or iv dollar for your Christinas spending Knidnu; Wutklns in Rood llrer.kenrldRo News, Gluvurpon, Ky stationery lr. For Sale Winds Deeds, FOU 8 A LK lilunkM, MoMRinres and allNews, leitul ItrerkenrldRe Uloverporl, Ky. -- Pension Certificates CKTltmUATK At PKNSION A n exact copy of tlioiutlm News Issued hy tho Pension Olllco. Oct ono now before lliey are nil none. For Sale FOR SALE R00M HOUSE House with nlco ve FOll 9AI.E A outbuildings: )( well, nnd unci good 20 acres of roou land rlRlit at tho rnllrond Mtiitlon. A novcr fnlllnRNprlPR near by. A pood pi ii ro for a Rrocery Htorn or a blacksmith shop. ThU uroucrty l at liockvnle, Hreckln- ruiRo county, ity. Kor runner particulars. cull on or i Jaressninat Hock vain. kv. .1 sending out lunches II AUIIKKY .... Sec Window Display .... J, C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. , The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, 0 Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather, ,?nuidmother, and Aunt. Mary, and then tho quaint pictures of father and mother taken just after the war money couldn't buy ihem from you. Are you forgetful of tho fact that future generations would cherish just such pictures of you? Ky. wnw. Mrs. Fred Ferry gave a charming afternoon affair at her nome Friday In honor of Misses Emmy Lou and Louise Mrs. Moorman. The guests were: Behen, Mrs. David Phelps, Mrs. Ira Kdwin Bell, Miss Mary Jarboe.Mlss Francis Smith, Miss Claudia Pate, Miss Misses Plank, Miss Moorman, Severs, Misses Louise and Mildred BabJ bage, Mrs. James B. Randall, Mrs. Nancy Ferry, Misses Florence and Addie Fairleigh, Misses Moorman. Miss Lilyan McGufiin was the guest of honor at a beautiful porch party last Tuesday afternoon given at the home of Miss Tula Babbage. Miss McGufiin will visit in Irvidgton before returning to her home in Louisville. Miss Bab-bagguests were: Virginia Perkins, Louise Mary Pate, Gency Wills, Nicholas, Emily Reid, Martha Reid, Louise Weatherholt, Addie McGavock, Jane Lightfoot, Mary Owen Oelze, Elizabeth Woods and Lilyan McGufiin. e's , C. G. BRABANDT $1.25 To Louisville and Return L., H. &: St, L. Ft. Ft. VIA PlIOTOCIKAl'IIEK Buys PropertyJ. A - Black bought at .commissioner's sale Monday, the residence known as low the Bishop property, located on Bishop's hill. Consideration $8. 13. speaking to them of his vision of the beautiful home to which he was going, he passed away to his Loving Father, whom he trusted devotedly. His funeral was conducted by Rev. H E. Jarboe, of Stephensport and his body was laid to rest in the Haynes burying ground at Cold Springs. Of Brother Haynes it can be truly said: "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, from henceforth thev rest from their labors and their works fol Sunday, July 28 Fontaine Ferry The Park Beautiful EVERY AFTERNOON ATTRACTIONS ,FREE CONCERTS AND EVENING BY them." GOOD EXTRA Matinees lOn allVAUDEVILLE Admission: senta. Free admission to tho Park up to (5 Natiello's Bxnd p. in. n XJ Obituary Of William H. Smith. William Henry Smith was born near For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. Train Leaves Cloverport 7:09 a. in., returning ,-- leaves Louisville 8:30 p. m. GOOD TICKETS ARE ON. SPECIAL TRAIN ON DATE OF SALE ONLY skip'to-ray-Lo- u Cottoii Blossom. h Mrt.. Annie Ryan, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of Mrs. Hilliary Hardin and & h 5EE CARL L1SHEN F0R Kothfrelatives. ! Fa I A t Ivii Miss jennie Ifvuuicu, is uv C visiting at the home of Mr. Richard Wathen at Bardstown. CZIOEZD t I uwwi. r A4 r s GUTTERING, SPOUTING and REPAIR WORK Cloverport, Ky. Battletown, Ky., June 2, 1810, departed He married this life July 10, lfllS. Susan Gardener of the same community September 15, 1801. To this union w.is norn tourteen cnuaren; nine sun survive, being rive girls and four boys, all married and have families of their own. These with their mother are left to mourn his death He whs a member of the Christian church the last thirty five years of his life, and known to all to be a consistent christian and his absence will be greatly felt in this community. Just before passing away he called his friends to his bedside and while For Further Information "Ask The Agent' Protecting Concrete From Frost. A concrete reservoir, 41 ft. in diam eterand2lft. high, partly above and partly below ground, erected in Virgin ia, Minn., by the Electric Power S Water Co, , was successfully protected against freezing by covering the expos, ed part with a layer of clay, then a layer of cinders and above that a sec ond layer of clay. When this covering was removed .last spring, the tank showed no sign of injury by frost, despite the severe winter. From the August Popular Mechanics Magazine. J3 Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association .Jell' L. llamhlcton, Henderson, S L. Wilkorson, New York, 5.00 25.00 M QT3SoE5 o IOI HfCZIOEZD ioiz1czicnz5fi51ol McQUADY PICNIC ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS AUGUST iosdi Saturday. !OC 10. 1912 E511c35E5 EXCUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of the Same Name By Rupert Hufbe ILLUSTRATED Irom Photograph ol Produced Iht By Htnry W. Savif a ny Ooprlgbt, Mil, by II. K. Fir Oo. CHAPTER Dog-o- n XXVII. Dog Again. The As tho conductor lcrt the Mallorys to their own devices, it rushed over him anew what sacrllego had been attempteda fool bride had asked him ot all to stop tho trains! to go shopping of all things Ho stormed into tho smoking room to open tho safety vnlve of his wrath, and found t'.o porter Just coming out of tho buffet cell with a tray, two hoi glasses and a bottlo swaddled in a napkin. do '"Say, Ellsworth, what In you suppose thnt female back thcro wants? wants mo to hold tho Trans- American while" But tho porter was in a Hurry himself. Ho was about to serve champagne, and ho cut tho conductor short: "'Scuso me, boss, but they's a lov-lcouple in tho stateroom forward that Is in a powerful hurry for this. 1 can't talk to you now. I'll seo you later." And ho swaggered off, leaving tho door of tho buffet open. Tho conductor paused to close it, glanced in, started, stared, glared, roared: "What's this! Well, I'll be a dog smuggled in here! I'll break that coon's head. Come out of there, you miserable or'nary hound." Ho seized tho incredulous Snoozleums by tho scruff of his neck, growling, "It's you for tho baggage car ahead," and dashed out with his prey, Just as now getting new bearings on Marjorio's character, spoke across the rampart of his Napoleonlcally folded arms: "Well, you're a nice one! making violent love to a conductor before my Tery eyes. A minute nioro and I would have " She silenced him with "a snap: "Don't you speak to me! I hate you! I hate all men. The" more I know this reminded men the more I like her, and Bho asked anxiously: "Whero Trans-America- n I low-stemm- n Mai-lor- is Snoozleums?" Mallory, impatient at tho shift of subject, snapped back: "Oh, I left him In the bufTet with tho waiter. What I want to know is how you dare to " "Was 'it a colored waiter?" suppose ho should bite him?" can't hurt those nigger waiters. I started to say " "But I can't have Snoozleums biting colored people. It might not agiec with him. Get him at once." Mallory trembled with suppressed rage like an overloaded boiler, but he cave up and growled: "Oh, Lord, all right. I'll get him when I've "Oh, you lln-Ish- of" "But "Of course. But I'm not speaking " furious: "Where's that damned dog?" Ho met tho porter Just returning. Tho porter smiled: "He's right in heah, sir," and opened the buffet door. His eyes popped and his Jaw sagged: "Why, I lef him here Just a minute ago." "You left the window open, too," Mallory obsorved. "Well, I guess ho's gone." "Oh, The portor was I'm tuniblo sorry, boss, I wouldn't havo lost dat dog for a fortune, lr you was to hit mo with a "axe I wouldn't mind." To his utter befuddlemont, Mallory grinned and winked at him, and murmured: "Oh; that's all right. Don't worry." And actually laid half a dollar in his palm. Leaving tho black lids batting ovor tho starting oyes, Mullory pulled his smllo Into a long faco and wont back to Marjorle Ilka an undertukor: "My lovo, preparo yourself for bad news." Marjorio looked up, startled and apprehensive: "Snoozleums is ill. He did blto tho darkey." "Worse than that he ho fell out of tho window." "When!" sho shrieked, "In heaven's name when?" "Ho was thoro Just a minute ago, tho waiter says." Marjorio wont Into Instant hysterics, wringing her hands and sobbing: "Oh, ray darling, ray poor child Btop tho train at once!" Sho began to pound Mallory's shoulders and shako him frantically. Ho had never seon her this way either. He was getting his education in advance. Ho tried to calm her with Inexpert words: "How can I stop tho train? Now, dearie, ho was a nlco dog, but after ull, ho was only a dog." Sho rounded on him llko a panther: "Only a dog! Ho wns worth a dozen men like you. You find tho conductor at onco, command him to Btop this train und back up! I don't care lr ho has to go back ten miles. Hun, toll him at onco. Now, you run!" Mallory stored at her as if she had gone mad, but ho sot out to run anywhere. Marjorio pced up Aer and down distractedly, tcarls hair and moaning, "Snoozlouws, My child. My poor cWW!" t er wildly ro.vlnjr e At panic-strickesomo-whoro, "Go got him this minute. And bring the poor darling back to his mother." "His mother! Ye godb!" cried .Mallory, wildly. He turned away and dashed into the men's room with a Snoa-zleuni- Rett rope, sue stared, pondered, nodded her hed, clutched nt it, ceuld not reach It, Jumped for It several times In vain, then seized a chair, swung It into place, stood up In it, gripped tho rope, and came down on it with all her weight, dropping to tho floor and Jumping up and down In a frenzied dance. In the distance the engine could bo heard faintly whistling, whistling for every pull. Tho engineer, far ahead, could not imagine what unheard-o- f crisis could bring about such mnd signals. Tho fireman yelled: "I bet that crazy conductor is attacked with an cpilottlc lit." Hut thcro was no disputing tho command Tho engine Was rovcrsed, tho air brakes sot, the sand run out and every effort made to pull tho Iron horse, ns it were, back on its haunches. Tho grinding, squealing, Jolting, shook tho train like an earthquake. Tho shrieking or tho whistle frozo tho " blood llko a woman's cry of In tho night. Tho women among tho passengers echoed tho screams. Tho men turned palo and braced themselves for tho shock of collision. Somo of them were mumbling prayers. Dr. Tcmplo nnd Jlmmlo Wellington, with one Idea In their dissimilar souls, dashed from tho Btnoklng room to go to their wives. ABhton and Wedgewood, with no one to enro for but themselves, seized windows and tried to fight them open. At last they budged a sash and knelt down to thrust their heads out. "I don't seo a beastly thing ahead," said Wcdgewood, "except th'o heads of other fools." "Wo'ro slowing down though," said Ashton, "sho stops! We're sare. Thank God!" And ho collapsed into a chair. Wedgewood collapsed into another, gasping: "Whatevah are wo safe from, I wondah?" nnd various passenTho train-cregers descended and ran alongsldo tho train asking questions. Panic gave way to mystery. Even Dr. Templo came back Into the smoking room to ilnlsh a precious cigar ho had been at work on. He was followed by Little Jimmie, who had not quite reached his wife when tho stopping or tho train put an end to his excuse for chivalry. He was regretfully mumbling: "It would have been such a good shansh to shave my life's wife 1 mean my I don't know what I mean." Ho sank into a chair and ordered a drink; then suddenly remembered his vow, and with great heroism, rescinded tho order. Mallory, finding that the train was checked Just before ho reached the conductor, saw that official's bewildered wrath at the stoppage and had a fearsome intuition that Marjorio had somehow done the deed. Ho hurried back to tho observation room, where he found her charging up and down, still distraught. He paused at a safo distance and said: "Tho train haB stopped, tny dear. Somebody rang tho bell." "I guess somebody did!" Marjorio answered, with a proud toss of tho head. "Whero's the conductor?" "He's 'looking for the lellow that pulled the rope." "You go tell him to back up and slowly, too." "No, thank you!" said Mallory. He was a brave young man, but ho was not bearding tho conductors of stopped expresses. Already the conductor's voice was heard In tho smoking toom, where he appeared with tho rush and roar of a Bashan bull. "Well!" ho bellowed, "which ono ot you guys pulled that rope?" "It was nobody here, sir," Dr. Temple meekly explained. Tho conductor transfixed him with a baleful glare: "I wouldn't believe a gambler on oath. I bet you did It." "I assure you, sir," Wedgewood Interposed, "ho didn't touch it. I was heah." Tho conductor waved him aside and charged into tho observation room, followed by all tho passengers in nn rabble. Here, too, tho conductor thundered: "Who pulled that rope? Speak up somebody." Mallory was about to sacrifice himself to save Marjorle, but she met the conductor's black ruge with tho withering contempt of a young queen: "1 pulled tho old ropo. Whom did you suppose?" Tho conductor almost dropped with apoplexy at finding hlmsolf with nobody to vent his immense rago on, but this pink and white slip. "You!" Say, In ho gulped, "well, what In tho namo of why, don't you know It's a penitentiary offenso to stop a train this way?" Marjorio tossed her head a little higher, grow a little calmer: "What do I care? I want you to back up." Tho conductor waB reduced to o wet rag, a fooblo echo: "Back up tho train up?" "Yob, back tho train up," Marjorio answered, resolutely, "and go slowly till I tell you to stop." Tho conductor stared at her a moment, then whirled on Mallory: "Say, what in hell's tho mattor with your wife?" Mallory was saved from tho problem of answering by Marjorio's abrupt change from a young Tsarlna'rebuk-Ina serf, to a terrified mother. Sho thing out Imploring palms nnd with a gush of tears pleaded: "Woa't you pleaso back up? My darling child fell off tho train." Tho conductor's rago fell away In an instant. "Your child foil off tho train!" ho gasped. "Good Lord! How old was ho?" , With ono hand ho was groping for tho bell cord to give tho signal, with the other he opened tho door to look back along tho track. "He wag two years old," ftwjoria tne "Oh, groaned. ';What did he look like?" "He had' a pink ilbbon round Mh neck." "A pink ribbon oh, tho poor little rcllow! the poor llttlo fellow!" "And a long curly tall." Tho conductor swung round with a yell: "A curly tall! your son?" "My dogl" Marjorio roared back at him. that's too bad!" the conductor .mimm, tss CHURCH DIRECTOR We Want Good Agents I' Cloverport Churchts Baptist Church HaptlKt BHc'day School. h. m. O, K. 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Krauk P" Pastor. Trayrr rncctlnir Wednesday, Trfw p. m. Kpworth league. riRiilnrirrTlceStiMny WN p, mt bulnes meeting 8rst Tuesday nlfrht each month. Mlns Manrarlte UHru, l'renldent. LndW Aid Foclety meets rH Mondny each month Mm. KnrregtL.li:htfet, President. Indies' Missionary Sorlcty Hcrond Sunday In every month, Mrs, vnrfl Habbnjre, President Choir practice I rlday n!sht7:20, A. 11 Mutray. Director, Only $1.00 A Year lt Wi'h your own conveyance, you can work all the rural route und small towns and rural communities in your seer lion. wtt ?" tf ' "Mur-dor!- "He was a noble, beautiful soul with wonderful eyes nnd adorable ears." Tho conductor wns growing weaker and weaker: "Well, don't worry. 1 got him. He's In tho baggago car." Marjorio stared at him unbelievingly. Tho nows seemed too gloriously beautiful to bo true. "Ho Isn't dend Snoozleums Is not dead!" sho cried, "ho lives! Ho lives! You havo saved him." And onco more she flung herself upon tho conductor. He tried to bat her off llko a gnat, and Mallory camo to his rescue by dragging hen away and shoving her Into a chair, nut she saw only the noble conductor: "Oh, you dear, good, kind angel. Get him at once." "lie stays in the baggago enr," tho conductor answered, firmly and as ho supposed, finally. "But Snoozleums doesn't like baggago cars," Marjorio smiled. "Ho won't ride in one." "He'll ride in this ono or I'll wring his neck." "You fiend In human flesh!" Marjorio shrank away Irom him in horror, and ho found courage to seize tho bell rope and yank It viciously with a sardonic: "Please, may I start this train?" Tho whistle tooted faintly. Tho bell began to hammer, tho train to creak and writhe and click. The conductor pulled his cap down hard and started forward. Marjorio seized his sleeve: "Oh, I implore you, don't consign that poor sweet child to tho horrid baggage car. If you have a human heart in your breast, hear my prayer." Tho conductor surrendered unconditionally: "Oh, Lord, all right, all right. I'll lose my job, but if you'll keep quiet, I'll bring him to you.' And ho slunk out meekly, followed by the passengers, who were shaking their heads In wonderment at this most amazing feat of this most amazing bride. When they were alono onco more, Marjorle, as radiant as April alter a storm, turned her sunshiny smllo on Mallory: "Isn't it glorious to havo our little Snoozleums alive and well?" But Mallory was leellng like a March day. He answered with a sleety chill: "You care more lor the dog than you do tor mo." "Why shouldn't I?" Marjorio answered with wide eyes, "Snoozleums never would have brought me on a wild goose elopement llko this. Heaven knows ho didn't want to come." Mallory repeated tho indictment: "You lovo a dog better than you lovo your husband." "My what?" Marjorio laughed, then she spoke with lofty condescension: $5.00 to $7.50 Per Day Can be made on this splendid proposition. 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And if you over want to run this road for a couple of weeks, just let mo know." Marjorio nodded appreciatively and said: "I will. You're very kind." And that completed tho rout ot that conductor. Ho retired In disorder, leaving Marjorle to fondle Snoozleums with a neglectful lndlfferenco that would havo greatly flattered Mallory, if ho could have seen through tho partition that divided them. Dut ho was witnessing with the cynical superiority of an aged and disillusioned man the, to him, childish benavlor of Ira Lathrop, an eleventh-hou- r Orlando. For Just as Mallory moped Into tho smoking-rooat one door, Ira Lathrop swept in at the other, his face and rubicund with embarrassment ecstasy. Ho had donned an old frock coat with creases llko ruts from long exile in his trunk. But ho was feeling llko an heir apparent; and he startled everybody by his jovial hail: tho "Well, boys or gentlemen drinks are on me. Walter, take the orders." Little Jimmio woke with a start, rose hastily to his feet and saluted, saying: "Present! Who said take tho orders?" "I did," said Lathrop, "I'm giving a party. Waiter, take the orders." "Sarsaparllla," said Dr. Temple, but they howled him down and ordered other things. Tho portor shook his head sadly: "Nothln but sot' drinks in Utah, gcramen." A groan went up from tho and Lathrop groaned loudWoman-Hater'Relapse. The The observation loom was as lone- est of all: e "Well, we've got to drink something. ly as a deserted battlefield and as doleful as a wounded sol- Take tho orders. We'll all hav sarsadier loft behind, and perishing or parllla." Little Jimmio Wellington camo to thirst, when tho conductor camo back tho rescue. with Snoozleums in his arms. "Don't do anything desperate, genHe regarded with contemptuous awe the petty cause oi so great an tlemen," ho said, with a look of divine philanthropy. "Tho bar's closed, event as the stopping of the but Llttlo Jlmmle Wellington is here He expected to see Marjorio receive tho returned prodigal with the life preserver." From his he produced a silver Mask with wild rapture, but she didn't even that looked to be big enough to carry smile when he said: a regiment through tho Alps. It was "Hero's your powder-puff.- " She just took Snoozleums on her greeted with a salvo, and Lathrop lap, and, looking up with wet eyes said to JJmmie: "I apologize for everything" I havo said and thought and a sad smile, murmured: "Thank you very much. You'ro tho about ybu. ' Ho turned to tho portor: nicest conductor I ever met. If you "There ain't any law against giving ever want another position, I'll see this way, is there?" The porter grinned: "Not if you-al- l that my father gets you one." And ho tho It was llko offering tho kaiser a brlbo out n glass for tho bribe, murconductor swallowed held new job, but tho tho Insult and sought to repay it with muring. ."Don't git tired," as it was cuotlmud on puj;o7 irony. Jealous of that dog," I'll never marry you tho longest day I live." "So you'll lot a dog come between us?" ho demanded. "I wouldn't glvo up Snoozleums for a hundred husbands," she retorted. "I'm glad to know It in time," Mallory said. "You'd better glvo mo back thnt wedding ring." Marjorle's heart stopped at this, but her prido was in arms. She drew herself up, slid' the ring from her finger, and held It out as if sho scorned It: "With pleasure. Good atternoon, Mr. Mallory." Mallory took It as If It were the merest trifle, bowed and murmured: "Good afternoon, Miss Nowton." He stalked out and she turned her back on him. A casual witness would have said that they were too Indifferent to each other oven to feel anger. As a matter of .romantic fact, each was on fire with love, and aching madly with regret. Each longed for strength to whirl round with outflung arms of reconciliation, and neither could bo so brave. And so they parted, each harking back fiercely for one word of recall from the other. But neither spoke, and Marjorle sat staring at nothing through raining eyes, while Mallory strode into the Men's Itoom as melancholy as Hamlet with Yorlck's skull In his hands. It was their first great quarrel, and they were convinced that tho world might as well come to an end. CHAPTER XXVIII. s club-member- Dr. Owen's Offlce, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Street 5 p. m. VI Cloverport, Ky. ,V Don't Forget When INSURING that you can bo robbed as well as your property burnt up. Protect yourself und your business with one of our policies. Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. 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Mishawaka.Ind.-- " Women passing through tho Change of Life can take nothing better than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound. I am Blondeau, 1541 Po- EHHnTaTaTaTBW x j il Of BOURBON PMJLTRY CUM t rhlrk'a thm ........ SaPtl A CW (lroP8 ln thl wr cures anal """""6 y down a i. vuuieni, Qiarraoei DOC 2"vm.-ri.mcKai8a- Dntf 1a At all druggUU.! Aimple and booklet on 'D1 easeuor Fowls" u.ni Bourbon Remedy Co, luitifkt, I ledlclne Sold By IRVINGTON PHARMACY. IrvlngtM. I niV.. an ..ii.... 1B AJ mitil because of what it has CllAS. done for me. Bauer, g iMrtCmiMBtilt Mishawaka, Ind, Alton Station,Ky.-"F- or months I suffered from troubles in consequence of my ago and thought I could not live. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 623 E. Marion St, Notice Thut resolutions of respect published at 51 cents per ih Plfiso'do not send obitunmt the News without expecting fcM pay for tho publication of tM kind of matter. LouUville KvtnlB lth MlttHKl. ' T uaa TYQAfitnV ftrilaum U T)alr through Change of Life and felt very bad. I eoukl not sleep and was very nervous. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegebk Compound reetored me to perfeet health nnd I would not be without it" Un. P. M. Thorn. DeUem. No. Dele Compound made me well and I wantother suffering women toknow about Mrs. Emma Bailey, Alton Station. Ky. it HE SHOVED KITTY INTO A SEAT. $3.50 awl owt var $3.50. Breknridfe N ..'" nm EXCUSE ne Ret ME lco-lllle- d u inKido ms nnnctum very matronly: "Send n night letter in tho day time! No, Indeed, wo must and to oconomlzo." now I feel better than Then they forgot tho doctor in Mallory wns touched by this now when I was 16 years old." curiosity as to Lnthrop's sudden revelation of her luturo housowirciy Your druggist sells it, in spasm of generosity with Wellingthrift. Ho hugged her hnrd and re25 cent packages. ton's liquor. Wedgowood voiced tho minded her that sho could send a general curiosity when he said: by wire. up to "What's tho old woman-hate- r Insist on Thedford's "An excellent idea," sho said. "Now, now?" don't bother me. You go on and read "Woman-hater?laughed Ira. "It's your pnper, read about Mattlo. I'll the old story. I'm going to follow never be jealous of her him of nny- Mallory's example marriage." body again." "I hopo you succeed," said Mallory. "You shall never havo cause for "Wherever did you pick up tho Tnero was a general yell of accept- Jealousy, my own." brido?" said Wedgowood, mellowing ance and Ashton began to sing, Dut fate was not finished with tho with tho long glass in his hand. "Thero Was I Waiting at tho Church " iltintlon of tho unfortunato pair, and "Brides are easy," said Mallory, Then ho led a sort of Indian e already new trouble was strolling in with surprising cynicism. "Whero do round tho next victim of tho their direction. you get tho parson?" matrimonial stake. At "ifang tho parson," Wedgowood re- hullaballoo all tho men tho end of tho charged their To bo Continued peated, "Who's tho gel?" glasses, and drained them with an upAsh-to- n "I'll bet I know who sho is," roarious "How!" t interposed; "it's that nectarine of Poor Dr. got on at Green Itlver." ous delight Temple had taken luxuria damsel who In tho success of his "Not the same!" Lathrop roared. and in tho prospect of watchfound my brido blooming hero all ing some "I other clergyman working the while. Girl I used" to spark back whilo he Ho joined tho dance Cloverport Readers Can No In Brattleboro, Vt. I've been vowing as gaily, rested. if not as gracefully, as any for years that I'd live and die an old of tho re3t, and in a linal triumph or Longer Doubt The Evidence. maid. I've kept my head out of the recklessness, ho tossed off a bumper noose all this time till I struck this of straight whisky. This grateful citizen testified long train and met up with Anno. Wo got Instantly his "How!" changed to to talking over old times waking up "Wow!" and then his throat clamped at'o " old sentiments. Sho got on my nerves. fast with a terrific spasm it that Hung Told of quick relief of undoubted cooking. I got on hers. Finally I snld, 'Aw, the tears eyes. Ho bent and benefit lrom his Bo sure to lay tho bags in tho oven hell, let's got married. Savo price of writhed In a silent paroxysm till ho The facts are now confirmed. with the seam uppermost, especially one stateroom to China anyway.' She was pounded and shaken back to Such testimony is complete-H- ue If water has been put inside. Seama life says, 'Damned If I don't!' or words and water poured down his throat to evidence conclusive. will steam open now and then if tho to that effect." reopen a passage. opening i3 downward thero will bo a It forms convincing proof of merit. Mallory broko in with feverish in thought ho had The Mrs. A. h Alms, 607 Locust St., leakage and much bother. terest: "But you said you were going choked others made no commentmerely Finally, It Is important to rememand other Owensboro, Ky., says: "I have used to got married on this train." i than sympathy. They could not havo Doan's Kidney Pills ber that all manipulation, seasoning Nothing easier. Here's how!" and with good results and flavoring of food must be atdreamed that tho old "physician" was . wo raised his glass, but Mallory hauled kidney tended to beforo it is put In bags. as ignorant of the taste as ot the and consider them a suj It down to demand: "How? remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills promptly There can ho no stirring or tossing that's vigor ot pure spirits. what I want to 'know. How aro you After a riot ot handshaking and relieved backache, difficulty with the In tho course of paper bag cooking. going to get married on this parson-les- s good wishes, Ira was permitted to es- kidney secretions and pains in the Nor must a bag bo opened at any express. Have you got a little cape with his life. Mallory followed back and top part of my head. They time during cooking; such action is , minister in your suitcase?" him to tho vestibule, when he caught were procured and we have every con- absolutely unnecessary if directions Ira beamed with added pride as he aro faithfully followed. him by tho sleeve with an anxious: fidence in them." explained: "Excuse me." f The above statement was t'iven May (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Well, you see, when I used to Literary Pres3.) "Well, my boy" court Anne I had a rival Charlie Sel-bI9O7 and when Mrs. Alms was inter"Your minister after you get 9, I thought he cut his name was. A PAPER BAG DINNER. through with him may I use him?" viewed on February SO, 1013 she said: me out, but ho became a clergyman "May you what? Why do you "I have not used Doan's Kidney Piils in Utah Oh, Charlie! I telegraphed of late, as the cure they effected some By M. Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, want a minister?" him that I was passing through London. time atfo has been permanent. You "To get married." and would ho come down to the Roast Beef, Round, Ribs, or Sir"Again? Good Lord, are you a are at liberty to continue publishing train and marry me to a charming loin. Grease well with drippings, but my former statement." lady. He always wanted to marry, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 do not season. Put in bag, lay on a thought It would be a durned ' "Mo a Mormon!"you Anne. I wiro broiler, and cook in a modorato "Then what do want with an u good joko to. let him marry her to Co., Buffalo, oven. For a joint allow extra, wife? It's against tho law-e- ven cents. ; mo." New York, sole agents for the United forty-flv, minutes; for in Utah." ho accept?" Mallory asked, States. one hour and twenty minutes. "You don't understand." excitedly, "Is he coming?" Remember the name Doan's and Lima Beans. Take a quart of Lima "My boy, one of us is disgracefully "He is he did here's his tele-- ' drunk." beans, add two ounces of butter, four take no other. gram," said Ira. "Ho brings the ounces ot diced ham, a little sugar "Well, I'm not," Mallory, and cense and the ring." Ho passed It' then after a fierce saia and salt, a good teaspoonful of flour, inner debate, ho over, and as Mallory read it a look decided to and a few sweet herbs to taste. Put take Lathrop Into his conof hopo spread across his face. But fidence. The words came MCQUADY In a paper bag with half a pint of hard alter Ira was saying: "We're going to have so long a duplicity, but at. water, seal up, and cook for an hour last they the wedding obsequies right hero in, were out: In a moderate oven. this car. You'ro all invited. Will you Baked Potatoes. Thoroughly wash "Mr. Lathrop, I'm not really marAndrew Ball is nt home trom come?" potatoes. Make a twelvo ried to my wife." w few small silts in them, but do not "You young scoundrel!" Mrs. Gertie Cook, of Falls of Hough, peel. Place in a paper bag, with ono But his fury changed to pity when U TLnnMRHJfl BU..- was the guest of Mrs. Purcell and Mrs. tablespoonful of water. Seal and cook ho heard tho history of Mallory's luuu&diiua iidto niuutjj thirty-fivto fifty minutes, according offoits, and he promised not Forest Lyons a few days last week. to size. fjfe? Trouble and Never Suspect it. only 'to lend Mallory his minister nt J. M Beatty went to Hardinsburg second-hanTomatoes. Place six tomatoes In but also to keep tho How To rind Out. 1 boiling water for twonty-flvwholo affair a secret, for Mallory ex- Saturday. seconds. a bottle or common glass with your plained Fill Miss Mina Lyons spent the week end Peel, butter your paper bag, put In his Intention of having his water and let it staud twenty-fou- r hours; , tomatoes with salt, pepper, a suspior with Mrs. Ernest Dejarnette. a brick dust sedi own ceremony In the baggage-carJUS. .sugar, and a small pleco of ment, or settling, somewhere out of sight of the other Several from here attended the party cion of Put tbo bag on the broiler butter. t3) stringy or milky passengers. A given by Miss Vera Weatherford at her after .sealing, and cook for twelve Mallory's face was now aglow as home appearance often near here Saturday night. minutes In a hot oven. untho cold embors of hopo leaped Into 7TfiJ ItTL JJrl indicates an Apples a la Duchesse. Wash and Rev. I. F. Knue and the members of healthy condi- sudden blaze. Ho wrung Lathrop's tion of the kid- hand, saying: "Lord love you, you've his church are making every effirt to dry ten largo apples. Coro them, put neys; too freonly a bit In tho my lire wife both." have a picnic here August 10th., the quent desire to saved placo of each core, and pour over Then ho turned and ran to o greatest event of the season. TmsQ if nr rwiln in them a tablespoonful of rum. Put in tlb back are also svuintomsthat tell von with tho good nows. Ho had The heavy rains recently have done a buttered bag, and .bako on tho the kidneys and bladder are out of order quite forgotten their broiler thirty minutes. When qulto and need attention. separation. And she was so glad to borne damage to crops in this section, What To Do. Some of tho farmers have thrashed done, dish up, remove tho cinnamon, see him smiling at her again that sho and fill the centers with Jam strawThere is comfort in the knowledge so forgot it, too. He came tearing Into their wheat. berry, raspberry, or apricot. Cover often expressed, tbt Dr. Kilmer's the room and Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy, the observation whispering: took her by- John Taul is ill at the home of his with stiffly whipped cream, sprinkle shoulders, "Oh, Mar- son, Lafe Taul, of near luiiiua utmost every wiu in correcting with chopped nuts, and serve, or set here. rhtmmatlsm, pain in the back, kidneys, Jorie, Marjorie, I've got him! I've got Mrs Bettie Mullen, of Cloverport, is on ice till wanted. Use sweet apples liver, bladder and every part of the urinary him!" and let them cool before adding the passage. Corrects inability to hold water "No, I've got him," she said, swing- visiting relatives here.; Jam and cream. and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ing Snoozleums Into view, Light the gas range eight minutes foots following use of liquor, wine or Mallory swung him back out or the before beginning to cook, or open the boar, and overcomes that unpleasant ne- way: Good Players "I don't mean a poodle, I mean cessity of being compelled to go often draughts so the coal range will bo through the day, and to get up many a parson. I've got a parson." hot. Put the roast on first, upon the "No! I can't believe It!' Where Is The Hawesville Juniors went to lowest shelf. Put the apples upon tiwas during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Rois he?" She began to dance with de- Cloverport and defeated the Weather-hol- t the upper shelf, so as to leave room soon realized. It stands the highest be- - light, but she stopped whenhe ex"fnvlncibles" Wednesday after-no- ot for the tomatoes beside them. As eauccoi us reniancauie plained; by a score of 0 to a. This Is sev- soon as the tomatoes are done, reItaaltk restoring prop-- r "Well, I haven't got him yet, but games won and five games lost by move, set the bag la a plate, and If you need a en tie. I'm going to get one." stand where It will keep hot. Put HWdichie you should "What agala?' she groaned, weary Hawesville to the Cloverport boys. the Lima beans in the vacant place nave Uie best, bold by The Cloverport boys will be here for and when the apples of this old buneo game of hope. dmggiatsiu fifty-ceare done, reB1ZCH. "It's a real live one this time," another contest at 3 p. in. next Mon- move them and put ob tho potatoes. Horn. ... MH ' it Ta may have a sample bottle sent free Mallory insisted. "Mr, Lathrop hag day. Hancock Clarion. Thus, you will be able to have the il at BAn r I'll...Bui tunil Auuim nf .. pjwHt. tr. rviiuiron.o., fling- - ordered a minister and he's going to cooking come out even, also to chill m, is. y, .weiitton this paper and lead hiw to we aa seen as he's and season your apples before sitting itbwtbenatne.Dr.Kilmer'sSwaiiiD- - through with him, and we'll b tear--'.ii djwn. to tablo. Mm, nn 'in- - P'nvt, jtn;nKitfia .da this , .,.,. J,4 .VCty (Copyright, 1911, oy Nicolas Soyer.) Ml look d's Black-Draught, bo-gi- then bustled round with and a siphon. When Little Jiirimlo offered of the llfctfc to Dr. Temple, the clergyman put eut his hand with n politely "No, thank you." , Luthrop frightened him with a comment: "Look at that gesture! Doe, I'd almost swear you were a parson." Mallory whirled on him with the eyes of a hawk nbout to pounco, nnd "Th very Ideal" wns tho host disclaimer Dr. Tcmplo could manage, suddenly finding himself Buspcctcd. Ashtori put In with, "Tho only way to disprove It, Doc, Is to Join us.' The poor old clergyman, too deeply Involved In his deception to bravo confession now, decided to do nnd dare nil. He stnminercd, "Kr uncertainly," and held out his hand for Ms sharo of the poison. Little winked at tho others nnd almost filled tho glass. Tho Innocent doctor bowed his thanks. When tho porter reached him, nnd prepared to fill tho remainder of tho glass from tho siphon, tho pnrson waved him nsldo with n misguided caution; "No, thanks. I'll not mix them " Iallory turned nwny with a sigh: takes his straight, llo's no par- .Mm-mle MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, hor-rM- d: rheumatism, Bud-d- ti pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., arcall signs of poisons In your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use ESQ Bedford's Black-Drau&h- ti mo." Marjorie was overwhelmed, but sho felt It becoming in her to be a trlllo coy. So she pouted: "Dut you won't want mo for n brido now I'm such a fright Ho took tho bait, hook nnd all: "I never saw you looking no'ndorablo." "Honestly? Oh, but it will bo glorious to bo Mrs. First Lieutenant Mallory." "Glorious!" "I must telegraph homo and sign my now name. Won't mamma bo pleased?" "Won't sho?" snld Mallory, with JuBt n traco of dubiety. Then Mnrjorlo grow sorious with a now idea: "I wondor if mamma and papa havo mlssod mo yet?" Mnllory laughed: "After threo days' disappearance, I shouldn't bo surprised " "Porhnps they aro worrying nbout PAE5&&C Pn o i iju i Soyer, Famous London Chef. e.,MY N 1,JU,n, LMd mi Make Money Your easiest wny lo make money is to buv land mi Hrwknnrirl "uurninnn on nnu ittdny. Ud Kentucky is the ideal EXPERIMENTS WITH BAQ COOKERY. PAPER the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-for- "I shouldn't bo surprised." "Tho poor dears! I'd bettor writo them a telegram at once." "An excellent Idea." She ran to tho desk, found blank forms and then pnuscd with knitted brow: "It will bo vory hnrd to say all I've got to say In ten words." "Hang tho expense," Mallory sniffed magnificently, "I'm paying your bills now." Dut Marjorie tried to n day-lott- cr " war-danc- dis-guis- o By Martha McCulloch Williams. When Soyor's papor bag method of cooking was first brought to my attention by friends, who, rightly or wrongly, seem to havo a high opinion of my abilities ns a cook, I admit that I was skeptical of its practicability. Indeed, I was moro than that I was rather firm in my belief that it could not provo out. But I wns Induced to put tho Bystcm to n trial and, lo nnd behold! tho very first trial made mo an enthusiastic follower of M. Soycr. Slnco then I havo been doing nil my cooking by tho Soyer method, nnd each succeeding day moro than ever convinces mo that any woman, simply by following Soyer's goneral directions, and using that good common Benso and caro which aro essential to all good cooking, can master tho Soycr papor bag method of cooking In n vory Bhort time, nnd will find it a groat boon both to herself and to nil tho members of her household. Following M. Soyer's general directions for paper bag cookery, I speedily learned that thero aro sundry commandments to bo observed while pursuing his method of cooking. Tho first and greatest of theso Is to get tho right bag, which Is made specially for cooking, is parafined, odorless evon when crumbly-crissanitary and to bo had in sizes big enough to hold a Thanksgiving turkey, or tiny enough for a Blngle chop. Next, nearly as important, is to grease the bag Insula liberally, using butter, lard, oil, drippings or a vory fat rind of bacon. Further, proportion your to what it is destined to hold. The closer tho fit of bag and contents, the better, and tho more oven and compact the lay of tho food, tho less trouble Jn handling. Use a footed wire broiler, or very open In tho oven. All paper bag cooking Is dono in tho oven. If a gas oven, it must be lighted eight to ten minutes before putting in tho food and kdpt at blazing heat until tho bag corners scorch lightly; then slacken the heat a third or even half throughout tho rest of tho time of p, lor good people, and good, long life. Hreckinridgo county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the mnrkcts-t- wo railroads and tho Ohio river, Tho people aro prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, por cent in the last ton years. In another ton yearj, land will leap another CO per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. 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Ij. $.1,000 sl.l'00; " r.ish .Tvrms on liaimice ,0 i ''r', ' miles railroad, Nl) 2 iiMramplu;oneiiillifrotnscliooi- - NO. 12 -J ""rut, kuiU, uim luvoi o0i' l)l",P! "I land cleared, wotl .;. llQUM'. located; ,1 mhos from Irvlmuon. I'rlcu W..W0 No. I. A Fine Home Farm NO. ids Aero. tulles from vuifftoti.un Oi)od frnnii) Ti I ' - fn-n- '- bag-slz- o Uiovcrport, Ivy "eautlfH lly mllofr.,m No fi 'I'lyouiwu. located onupractically 100 ucriHt 11 I 10 vol land, unlmproveu, ir.xl 'unclnir. Ideal spot for dairy farm, l'rlco reasonable. Nflto.lno. It It.hlihRu. Cloverport, Kyj lus "ercs located No C cock bounty; I2U near Dukos, Hun. acres under plow V in acres timber: well tviitenilMiliiiiv,r fmi,. tl room ilwelllmr; barn 40x0u; 40 ii.tcs level, .. i wmuK, ujuii lanu ior laoacco. corn, wheat and clover. Ills 11 bargain ut JI.SO0. tJlOcash, balanco easy p ty menus IS3 acres Nn 7 j?ood lovel mlleSouthof Ilocicviilu, land, 4 room dwcllliu; tenant house and nece-ssiroutbuildings, r'ohool house and church in 3oO yards. Price jl.liSOcish. 1 1. -! tiillu from KKron. Memln .4 IDS iiiTt-NO. 1 250 ,lcCu,i !XinX In 'I valley;Jtys H miloof puii.ic seliuul, room ilwelfiiiR and hall; 2 tenant nuloKTaikd school. Kood land ;J,VfT.1;l'ir'0no,.,lcC0l,;irni w from well ood Slock Kiirm. ucresi well 4 Improved (livulilnR;I'mstock turn. springs nuar barn ; on school Route.watered, a Itural Urows wheat, tohncro, corn, clover, aiu '''"'iires, Kniss. lit miles from Irrlnirion on rural level; all can 14 uninvited;ICO Rood dwellings; e route. This land Is 11 Utile rollliu' hut dons J a feed barns hi tobicco barn; 3 mlios from not wash Price -- Jno. IlubbiiKf, Hiimplo. 1 1 No 3 No "" sth No. rlht I. Easi terms. U" llL"ri!' 1 ndlo Kast of Uluu Nf .nLM"! .Kood. Hlrotur lltno tonn soil, watered liywolls and sprluirs, on cood county road, near Rood school and churches, hew tobacco bam coitJl.soi), 3 stock Rood tenant h iusus, line clover and bams. urass land, l'rlco gil,10i. 1 mllo NO. 16 ,.?ul-- 'oeatcd l SJ.OOO. north ot MeO.11.1dy l'rlco H cash balance In yearly parmunts. : y No I 7 :!;."c.rcs 'oeated near Irvlnjrton J'l'U N ono of tho best farms Irk that Miction. Under liijrh statoof cultivation welHiiinrovcdifrnod orchard; well an Ideal placo. I'rlcoilO.OOO; H cash,watered: b iluoco on easy payments. 1 m.les from dwoll-No S Ti ,lcr's'lory tl rooms Kirk, poreh. No " an ,nl!i Kood .smalt house, jjood loniuit andslablb. nood orchard. burn and 8 j 1.000. ?' ,u're' 4W m,les fr" Itnprov-edjiine,'i,' county seat; wull the bo,t farms In thucounty. 1'rlce of grid-shel- f. -- milts fro.. 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JIHHlllHlHHHHHMHilliHHHlHHiHHHlHHililllHHHHHllHiHHHilBilHHll July 27 REDUCED RATES Main Line Points From Louisville West Point Howard All of The Usual Features and Then Some Plenty of Ice Water Rates on all Railroads Everybody knows that we always have Good Picnics and Large Crowds, Plenty to Eat, Good Music, Lots of Refreshments, Abundance of Fun and an alround good time. Barbecued Dirvn Fare $2.00 1.00" 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 80 75 . 80 From Sample Addison .. . Faro $L.00, 1.00 1 00 Stephonsport 'Holt.... Glovorport Skillman Hawesville! Petrie.. ju Battles Rock Haven Lonjr Branch '...I 1.00 ,. 1.00 1.10 1.25 . Brandenburg Ekron Guston ;. Irvington Webster Lodiburg Mystic Adair Lewisport "Waitman f' -- V"' 135 1.80 f l 50 1.75 1.00 1.00 Maceo... Owensboro 1.75 2.00 Branch Line Points Fordsvillo Falls of RoUgh Ellmitch Oaks 1.00 .75 .95 90 .. Dempster Glen Dean McQuady .60 .50 Asians Van Zant Kirk Harned Garfield Basin Springs 8:10 A. M. 8:25 .. .80 .70 "I t .35 .30 .20 .35 No Contests GOOD BRASS BAND Breckinridge Lodge No. 67 Eockvale .65 . Train leaves Irvington Basin Springs Garfield Harried .50 8:50 Arrives at Ilardinsburg Train Leaves Ellmitch Oaks Askiris Vanzant Rookvalo Derapstor. Glen Dean MeQuady 9:10 . 9:45 A, M. 8:05- " 8:08 8:14 8:17 8:23 8:26 8:35 8:40 8:53 9:07 A. . , F.&A.M. Kirk Arrives at Ilardinsburg M. Passengers going up will leave Ilardinsburg at 4:00 o'clock P. M. Gomg down will leave on regular train. Passengers from Main, lino poiuts will use