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The Breckenridge news: August 7, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912080701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 7, 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. o p THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII two S BODY CRUSHED BY THAT'S F ( T TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912. cent on the dollar aud besides makes two dollars a month carrying dinners to the shops. The young collector says he has to make his own spending money and in this way he learns the business world, fa CHARGES AGAINST FORMER CLOVERPORT CITIZEN 9ftik Bf Pages T. Dies The No. 5 U C. A. H. & ST. L. T RAIN Phillips Is Victim Accident-Secti- on Of A Hor- Hp jf v uKhk rible Fore- ft Jft i Louisville, Ivy , Aug. I. Lewis O'Donnell, superintendent of malls at WENT TO SLEEP ON THETRACK tho Louisville postolllce, has preforreu. charges against Postmaster Robt. E. a . Philips, a section foreman of Wdods charging conspiracy to covei up Com defalcations of some other employes h T. . H. and St. L. Railroad Widely known In Owensboro of the postofllce. pany, and and Daviess county, was tno victim or Roy E. Moorman Home. a horrible accident shortly after 9 o'clock Saturday night, when he was run over by the west bound L., H. and Roy E. Moorman, of El Centro, Cal., St. L. passenger train No. 143. and re' is home for a visit to his parents Mr. eelved injuries that caused his death nnd Mr. W R. Moorman, of Glen Dean. five minutes after ho was picked up by He will be here two weeks on a vacamembers of the section crew. tion from his prosperous business interThe accident occurred at Maceo, ests in the west. which was the home of Phillips. The west bound train, which is due to pass the union station at 8:35 o'clock, was about half an hour late. Shortly after the train had passed several members of the section crew were walking up Offered Chair In The Louisville the track to their homes, when they body of Phillips, stumbled upon the College Of Dentistry And Has which was lying In a pool of blood. Accepted It. Will Be Clinical Both legs were severed from the body, one arm was cut into shreds, while his Instructor. Leaves First Of head was horribly mashed and mutiNext Month lated. The body was picked up by the men, but before they could reach his home life was extinct. Several weeks ago Dr. H J. Boone, Philllns was seen on the streets of of this city, was offered the chair of sup- Maceo shortly after, dusk, The the clinical instructor of the Louisville "position is that he fell asleep on tho College of Dentistry, It was quite a tracks. There was no eye witness to surprise to him when it was made by the accident. one of the faculty over the long distPhillips is survived by a wife and ance telephone. two small children. He was known to Dr. Boone has decided to accept the be a hard working man and had been position and will leave September the in the employ of tho railroad company first. He will be in the office of Dr. for a number of years. W. E. Grant in tho Masonic Building. -1 The funeral will be conducted from During the three years Dr. Boone has Uhe Glenvllle Baptist church Monday been here he has built up a splendid following : t xt -wnu UHUurmut; ...ul, fka Infnrmnnt practice and his patrons seriously reIn the church cemetery. 5unuay in- gret his going away. He is trying to quirer. get an efficient man of the profession to succeed him. Dr. Boone has made himself proml nent and popular in Cloverport by his own personality. Although his friends, Late among the young people and the older Is Laid At people, are glad to hear of the honor Advertising Manager Of The extended him by Louisville's College of Dentistry.they are all sorry together Phoenix Buried In Green Hill. that Cloverport will no longer be the permanent home of him and his mother, boys of Mrs Laura Hayes. Mrs. Hayes has E. M. Pierce, beloved by the the newspaper fraternity and held in not decided on her plans for the fall. high esteem by hundreds of business men of Muskogee, who knew him well Brick Plant Sold Again. because of his position as advertising manager ot the Phoenix, was laid at Edward Bowne and E. S Moore, cf rest in Green Hill cemetery yesterday Rev. J . the Murray Roofing Tile Comnny, have morning after services held by bought the Miller Brick Plant from K. Thompson at the family residence, Robert Morris, of New Albany. As yet Broadway. Ninth and no definite plans have been determined Many members of the staffs of the at- for the future of the plant. Phpenix and the From 9 to 10 tended the services hours of the iuneral, the o'clock, the Enormous Apples. machinery at the Phoenix stood still nnd the office remained closed. Mr. Freeman biought the editor of Mr. Pierce, "Daddy" to everyone who knew him. died at his family res: the Brecke'nrldge News yesterday a tolate Saturday afternoon after suf mato that weighed two pounds andsev fering from diabetes for several weeks. eral apples that weigh one pound each. Only a few days before his death it was They were sent by Mr. and Mrs Fred believed he would recover but Friday May, Sr., and grew on their old home morning a relapse came. He was un- place out In Cowheel, where every conscious several hours before his thing grows with good luck. death. Mr. Pierce Is survived by the widow, Garden Party a son, Clarence, two sisters In Fort Worth and a brother in Kentucky. He Miss Viva Williams, of Evansville, years of age Muskogee was forty-fivthe guest of Miss Addle McGavock, Phoenix. was honored with a garden party Thursday afternoon, when the Jolly Girls Brother Rushing Here. Club was Invited to meet her. For entertainment, the girls drew The Rev. MWfRushinfir, Presiding from an attractive arrangement, cuElder of the Ellzabethtown district, cumbers, ears of corn, gourds, and preached a splendid sermon on prayer various articles to dress as young at the Methodist church Sunday night ladles in tin very heighth of fashion. He was enroute to Niagara Falls where Miss Mary Pate was awarded the prize he will visit several days with his for displaying the greatest art in the daughters, who are spending their va- creations. man Is Killed At Maceo. ciples will en lure until the end of re corded time, they may then honor me they now dishonor me; nnd to the emocrnt. (so called), who conceived this r.lur, If he will look into n mirror nnd falls to behold the likeness of him who betraved his Master, he will have been ns blind to truth ns when with malice in his heart he suuviested mv nnme ns a delegate to a (so called) Re publican convention LOT A Black-sm- ith Suddenly-W- as Forty Years And Loved Trade-Di- es At The Anvil. Funeral Friday Morning. r DRJOOE IHr i . HHkn9HK?&?- Pf : ' i t Claudk U. Mbucek He practiced three years in Denver Colo. Notwithstanding that in 1SK4 when China had no lawyers, when in Russia the uriip irtion of lawyers to the population WH.5 one to :il,()0, in Gernnnv oue tr 8,700, in France .one to 1,100, he came back to his old home where there was one to 700, and has flourished in V.i. his profession "DflDDfPIERCE Rest-Popular Although lawyers may bo sh irply criticised, ure frequently called parasites on society, or at least necessary evils, they worK in the struggle for constituresult. Mr. Mercer is the son of Judge Mer- tional freedom and no country can be a cer, of Hardinsburg He was craduat-eparadiie without them Mr. Mercer conies to Cloverport at Georgetown University, Washington City, June I890, taking the degree often. He motors down the pike in his of L L. B., attended a special course handsome new machine and is back to of lectures under John B. Minor, of the county seat before his best friends University of Virginia, Charlottesville, get to see him. d A chlroraphist would have a difficult time, if he should tr. to tt II the fortune of Claude R Mercer by his h.ind writ'ng for only his intimate friencNever see it, from the fact that he is alwa too bu-- y to even sign letters. This taste is usually clone by his stenographer r written on the machine. N'earlv every letter he writes begins "I have just returned home" and ends "Hastily. Claude R. Mercer". He works rapidly, not with the haste that makes waste, b t with the diligence that brings the quickest . year. The schools today are turning out a far greater number; in fact,there were more than 1,000 law graduates last year, and a good many men enter the profession otherwise than through a law school course. At great expense, that is, we are qualifying mucli more than twice as many young men to practice law as would be required to give us as many lawyers a head as we had twelve years ago. Of course many of them never will practico law, and a legal education may be very useful to men engaged in other callings. Yet there seems to be a considerable surplus product; aud the same may be said of medicine. There is another profession, how ever, in which the demand exceeds the supply namely, farming. No doubt not every graduate of an agricultural school can fall into a job the day after commencement; but a capable young man who Is scien tifically trained to farming can make his own job. Access to the soil is not monopolized . Even in the Northern Mississippi Valley a man who can make the land yield more than its old tillers will find a way to, if only under lease; while farther east and farther west land is really waiting for him. With but little over half the farmlands under cultivation, and the cultivated land yielding only 20 bushels of corn and 15 of wheat to the acre, there is no danger that this profession will be overcrowded for a long while to come. Saturday livening Post. fiftcen-hundrcd-dol- Hardinsburg, Aug. T. L. Smith, son of J. (J. and Hettie Smith, deceased, born November 12, The Uncrowded Profession 1838, departed this life August I, I9I2. At the age of fourteen Mr. Smith In 1900, wo believe, the supply of went Into his fnt tier's blacksmith lawyers and doctors was quite equal to shop and began to learn tho the domand, ns there were at that time trade. He had just recently bjen 114,000 of the former and l."12.000 of telling some of his little boy friends, who the latter. An actuarial genius has were frequent visitors to his shop, that figured out that to maintan the two he had been a blacksmith forty years. professions In the same state relative He was the main stay of his parents in to population that thoy occupied in their last days nnd n father to his that cencus year we should have 1,700 younger brothers and sisters. new lawyers and 2,000 new doctors a On Thursday morning he seemed in an unusually happy mood, joking with his wife and children before going to work nnd on his way to his shop he greeted every one with a smile and cordial words. After arriving at his shop he went to work whistling as he work ed He was putting n tire on a buggy wheel and whistling a hymn when he received a stroke of apoplexy, dying almost instantly, like a brave soldier.he was at ills post of duty. He was n faithful member of St. Romauld's church from which the funer al services were conducted Friday morning by his pastor, Rev. James F Norman. A large number of friends assembled to pay the last tribute of re- respect to an honest, upright citizen, one liked by everybody. He leaves a wife, (nee Miss Belle Mattinglv), two sons, a-- brother, Jim Smith, who was his partner in business. a sister, Mrs. D. S. McGill, and a host of friends by whom he will be missed. Mny the Giver of every good and perfect gift be the sustaining power to his loved ones in their hour of trial. "Yon loved to sing dear brother of ths happy time to come, When oer in the good land, we'd be for aye at home; You slipped away, and left us, to join the heavenly band, But we'll join you soon dear kinsman, upon the golden strand. " Respectfully, Thos. R. Blythe. Mrs. Mills Dead. News has been received here of the Royalty-Jarbo- e. death of Mrs. James Mills July tho 27 B. C. H. S. Opens First Tuesday Of -Free Pupils-Splen- did The Primary Election. Following is the vote in the P.imary Election held in this county Saturday Harnitishurg No. 1 Johnson 28, Whittinghill 2; No. 2 Johnson. 15, Whittingliill 10; No. 3 Johnson 13, Whittiughill 8; No. 4 Johnson IS, Whittinghill 0. Totals Johnson 74, Whittinghill 2g. Cloverport No. Johnson 16, Thompson I; No 2 Johnson 2.", Ttiomp-so1, Whittinghill y; No. 3 Johnson 32 Thompson 2. Whittinghill 7. Totals J muson 73, Thompson 7, Whittiufjhill 1 September- Tuition To. County Faculty This Times-Democr- at Year And Large Enrollment Of Pupils Expected. Much 111 erent is uiauifesttd in the opening of the Breckeur.dge County H gh School which will be Tuesuiiy, September the third. The faculty this year lias been carefully chosen with R. Y. Ma.xey, principle; E. M. Carauinuy, of Anneville, Pa., firft assistant; M'ss I.elm M. Baker, of North Carolina, second assistant. Miss Minnie Kemp, of Elizabethtowu, will have charge of the eighth grade; Mr. William ChainblUs will teach the sixth and seventh guides the third, fourth and fifth grades will be under Miss Addle K. 1'skridge and Mis. Jlertba Drixkell will iustruct the primary department. In the advertisement can be learned the terms. College certificate privilege (without examination) is given at I), C. O. S., fot this school is the highest nc. credited school in Meade, Hardin, Hancock and Oreckenridge counties, It ha a standard preparation, preparing oue for coll ge aud business. In iTanuary a special department will be opened for teachers. Ambitious studetrts should enroll at 11. C. II. S. It is beautifully situated at Ilardiusbuig, with h new building especially desigued for the school. PleaB-an- t tocial environments aud healthy and satisfactory accommodations accom. pany the educational advantages of B. u where she had Aiidrpv gone to visit her children, Mrs. Mills' MSuc T.nrn Unvnltt nnd Mr Jarboe were quietly married iu Louis- home is near Cloverport. She leaves a ville Tuesday evening. The bride is the husband and six children. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chintz Roy sister of Mrs. Alec Kskridge of this alty, formerly ot una place, nut ream- city. ing in Louisville the past two years, Uncle Charley Monday Dead. and is a young lady of charming person ality. Mr. jaruoe is a native 01 urecK-enridg- e county, but has made his home Uncle Charley Monday, a former and iu Louisville the past few ytars, where old colored citizen of Cloverport died he holds a responsible position with the at Lakeland, near Louisville, and was city railway. Their many friends here buried here Sunday. His funeral was unite with the Gazette 111 extending held from the Methodist church by aud !eit wishes. Pastor Hines. He is survived by his cougrnUilrttious Leitchfield Gazette. wife, aunt Jennie Monday. at Memphis, Tenn., ia. Halltowu Mr. Berry Dies Here. Johnson 3, l'hoinpsou Lodge Notes. Tho Knights of Pythias Lodge hall has been newly papered and is a source of great pride to the members especially the young officers who are telling everybody about It. The mothers, wives an,d sweethearts never get to meet In the lodge hall like in old timos as all tho banquets are given In the opera house now. The Masons are getting a collection of handsome chairs for their temple and it will be beautifully furnished as. soon as the entire set is completed. 0, Whittinghill 3 Stepheiisport e was the very incarnation of system and his work as a Presiding Wider was Rev, Mr. Lewis said in his after Mr. Rustling's sermon cation. remarks that ho The Barbecue At Glen Dean. a perfect I , system. Successful Young Collector. - Friday was a busy duy for the col lectors and the mall bags wera I filled statements. Forrest Dryden is prooably one of the Weatberholt youngest as well as one of the best collectors m town, He collects for the Cloverport Foundry and Machine Company and for his father, Mr. Marlon WeaUierkolt, contractor. He makes with The barbecue at Gleu Denn Saturday was Interfered with by the ralu that morning, but the sun came out in the afternoon and a very good time was had after all. Tho crowd gathered and the promoters were able to sell the C. II S. meat t jut was prepared aud the other Entertains At Kirk. provisions gotten to supply the pjenic-ers- , The munageis made expenses. Mrs. J. M. The riding contest attracted much Withers entertained interest and was won by Miss Francis Thursday nt dinner at her hospitable Moorman over Miss Emmy Lou Moor- home at Kirk tho following: Mrs. G. man aXd the. Misses Powell, Forrest W. Beard, Mrs. Blanch Reid, Mrs. jMiuer won urn i""i v. Herbert Beard and Mrs, Eliza Taylor, Jamas N. Barry died of heart failure at the boarding house of Mrs. Napper lull 10. yesterday morning He was sixty-foUnion Star Returns sealed up iu years old and worked at Phelon's facliallott box His children arrived on the tory. TVIooleyville Johnson 18, Thouiptou morning train and took him to Owensboro for burial. Webster Johusou 20, Thompson 2, Whittiughill a. Is At Home III. Irvington Johnson 35, Thompson 9, Whittiughill 4, Teddy Roosevelt 1. Ernest Gregory arrived Saturday Uewleyville Johnson 13, Whittingfrom Little Rock, Ark., and is nt the hill S. Big Spring Johnson 6, Thompson 10. home of his mother, Mrs. J. O. Gre Custer Johnson 14, Thompson 7, gory. He lost his health sometime ago and Is little improved. Whittiughill 4. lluiUon Johnson 0, Thompson 3, Invitations Issued. Whittinghill I5. Mook Johusou 3, Thompsou2, Whit Mrs, Edward Bowne at home for tiughill 4. Mrs, John C. Jarboe, Miss Mary JarNo report. Menaniels boe, Thursday morning, August eighth, Gleu Dean Johnson 22, Thompson 1, ten o'clock to eleven thirty, Whittiughill 12. Rock vale Johnson 1, Thompson 2, Have Beautiful Home. Whittiughill 4. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warfield are at Total for Johnson 3UI, Thompson SO, Whltlinghill 100. with tvopreciucts home in their handsome new residence in Louisville which they havo recently missing, Uniuu Star and McDaniels, bought at 1721 Wlnsor place. It is called "Wonder House" and has every An Unkind Thrust. modern convenience nnd luxury. Miss Jennlo Warfield makes her home with People who know me may think very them. strange that my name appears in a list of delegates ton Roosevelt convention. Extra Fine Tomatoes. My political creed is that advanced by John Musselman, of Irvington, has Jefferson, Jackson, Tilden, Bryan and eighteen the matchless Wilson, and when my raised in his garden tomatoes they Inches In circumference and are Republican friends have been convert delicious in flavor as well as extreme of "right" whose prin iu sUe. ed to this party Johnson I3, Whining ur Little Interest In The Primary. The primary election, which was held here last Saturday, was a tame affair, not much over one hundred votes were cast in the four voting places, so little was tho interest shown in therace. Ben Johnson got all tho Democratic votes that were cast, but vry fow went to tho polls. Thompson and Whittinghill,. the Republican candidates, got from eight to ten votes nt each voting place. Two New Grand-Children. 1877-10- 12 News arrived hero of tho birth of the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hambletou at her home in Cannetton, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ind., Wednesday morning. The new C T. McCJana-ha- n has been named William Edward McClanahan. Both babies are the of Mrs, Dell Hanible-to- n of this city. grand-children i.i v- - ' Wammmm'Fmmimmmmimmmmmmmmm CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY r nth Annual Masons Barbecue nth THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 1912 tl'W 'gKULMUIIHJMJimitfWIW IN SKILKMAN'S BEAUTIFUL GROVE ICE WATER FREE D BRING YOUR DRINKING CUPS EXCURSIONSpecial RAXES MAIN LINE KKOM FARE Louisville iMcdora West Point I loward Hurtles Rock .. .- $2.(10 FROM Sample FARE 45 .f ... be operated from Fordsvillo and In addition to regular train servieo, n Special train will Cloverport on the following 7:00 A M Train Service " " " Lv. Ilarned " Garfield ' Rabin .. . Hawesville 1.50 1.25 1.25 Stepbonsport Addison ......... schedule: Lv Fordsvillo Ellmitch ' Oaks " Askins . ' 10 Holt Skillman Iluwcsvillc .. .... 1.25 Haven. .- 125 1.25 1.15 ... ... Long Brunch. Urandonburg. Kkron Guston 1.00 Petrio Adair Lowif)ort Waitman Muccn .... 35 :'o 35 50 50 .55 7:03 ... 8:23 A M 8:32 " Brass Band 05 .- .- " " VanZuut 7:07 7:15 7:20 Irvington Webator .. .. . . ; :.... no 80 70 o Pates Owensboro ... . .. Lodlburg Mvstic '75 00 1.05 1.25 Rockvalc Dempster " Falls of Rough " Dempster . " Glen Dean ... " M Quady .. 7:22 7:27 7:10 " " " Spring. Ar. Irvington Lv. Irvington . " Webster " Lodibnrg Mystic " Sample ( 8:47 9:02 i):10 i it ( CC 0.10 !l:24 9:31 9:35 9:43 n Carnival Features of all Sorts 7:27 7:33 7:47 7:55 8:1)0 " " " ' (( (t ; " Stephensport ... " Addison 50 Evanville 2.00 $1.00 FROM ALL BRANCH LINE POINTS " Kirk " Junction " Hardhitting " " " Holt Ar. Cloverport Lv. Cloverport .. .. 9:47 0:50 10:05 5:00 tt u 8:11 (returning) P M Old Time Barbecued Dinner Cloverporfs One Big Day! i . 25c - See Large Bill For Particulars i " i BIG SPRING NEWS Monday-Lad- ies School Opened Aid Meets To Elect Court Officers. Held All -- Magisterial Day Mission Service Sunday. Other Personal News. Miv. ICmina Miller has returned honje after having spent t.vo month with relatives, at Luuisville, Cecilia and Glen-dal- e Glen ibmlawiv, 15 if Uewleyville, va.s S Clarkson Friday. the guest of M . Charlie Scott and Mi.is Mary Lou II trdawav returned last week from a three weeks viMt at Lexington, Ver hail.es and Frankfort. annual ice cream (.upper t'iven by the ladies of the Methodist church Thry Jul i!7. was quit- - a 'iicct'-- s clean il $44 7$. They wUh to thank everv one wlu helped in am way, and hop- - to have a new organ soon. l'ete 5utler and Mr. Diel.erson, of Custer, pa.ssed through town Wed enroute to Vine Grove with 2."7 sheep and lambs. Jack Shiplev, of Howes Valley, de Hardin county, was here puty Wednesdaj. Magistrate Mark Board, ot' Gu.ston; C. K. U'ckett. sheriff of Meade county, acting county attorney, W. D. Ashcraft of Hrandenburg, held magisterial court here Wednesday. T.R. Mooimnn.prose-cuto- r and Herbert Drake, defendant Drake was fined $'.'6 and cost. T. R. Moormau went on his bond. J. M. Tindal, of Garrett, was the guest of Jack Collinb Wednesday. Arthur O'Conuer, of Klizabelhtown, Is spending bever.il weekb with H. K. Clarkoou. Herman Barnett and T. R. Moorman wero at Guston Tuesday. Miss Idna Dowoll Is visiting her sitter, Mrs. John Cook at Custer. The Infant of Claretwe Brow.jrlgg Uled Tuesday. Joy Nail nnd wife, of Howell, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown. Tho Ladles Aid meets with Mrs. Kd. All Martin Wednesday, August 14 members are requested to be present as It Is tho election of officers. Rqv Kins', assisted by Rev I e kk of Custer, will bsgiu a series of meet I i' ties-da- y with her. Mrs. C. C Martin continues to improve. We hope she will be up soon School opened Monday with Mr. Yates as teacher The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs J. L Morris Wednesday July 3l and ft a little girl. There will be an all day Missionary service held at the Methodist church Sunday. Every bodv invited to come and bring dinner for self and friends Mises Gennle Meer, Pearl and Inez Stader. of Vine Grove, were guests of Misses Moorman recently Miss Ermine Cox. while hunting last week, accidently shot through the third finger of her left hand. Tuvlor Beard, of Hardinsourg was here Friday delivering the ballot books. Cecil Clarkson, of Ekron, spent Sun-d-- iv with B. S. Cl.irk-.on- . 1' C. Bullock was here last week in the interest of the Globe terterlizer of 1 ings at the MethodUt church Monday fluid," and so he decided to A All ore invited of kerosene. As the motor warm, he had no difficulty Miss Maude Scott, who has a position starting it and finisning his in the post office at Vine Grove, recently visited her mother. She had her The Same Mistake Is Made By without further trouble. American. cousins. MUs Rlnora and T. "W. Scott, Many Cloverport People. try a can was s ill at all in run home Scientific rfM Would You Throw Away $1,000? at 6 per cent interest. State investments which annuallv pay 6 per cent net are not so plentiful as they used to be. Why not start an account with us and conserve this "$t,ooo earning?" You can open an account with a $5 deposit, or even less. Come in and let us talk the matter over. The man who could save and bank $5 the month and don't do it is throwing away 6o the yearthe gross earning power of $r,ooo it's a common error 1o plaster the aching back, To rub with liniments, rheumatic joints. If the trouble comes from the kidneys, It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pills. Here is convincing proof of merit. Mrs. W N. Bartlett,6-0TriplettSt.- , Owensboro, Ky , says: "Several years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills and cannot say too much in their praise For a long time I had nearly every symotom of kidney disease. My back and 1 did not i ached terrlJy at night sleep well. During the day I was nerv S R Moredock, of Owensboro Is the ly feet guest uf his sister, Mrs. F. M. Board. ous and in bed all the time became swollen and 1 knew that I reMiss Nellie McCubblns, of Daviess quired a good remedy to cure me I had county, is visiting her parents. often heard Doan's Kidney Pills highMiss Lena Board, of Maceo, Texas, ly recommended, so I procured a sup ply and began taking as directed. Is visiting Miss Nancy Board this Mrs. T. A. Gray is convalescent. Mrs. Katie Potts, of McQuady, is visiting her daughter, Mrs Sandbach. Judge Milton Board and wife, of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. F. M. Board. Mrs. Chas. Dowell is ill. Steve Pool Is convalescent. Mrs. Nell Simmons and children, of Tndianapolis, are guests of Miss Nancy Board Will ingness to cooperate with patrons in the development of their .business. uur customers value and "bank on" our willingness and ability to them in every wav consistent with safe, sound lmnkimr. wi,..Hmr their account be large or small we appreciate their patronage. .This makes a mutually satisfactory and profitable arrangement and g for the future of both bank and patron. We shall be pleased to have you open an account with us. well-bein- In tXIClMllg Ymir Ronlf 8ivecnrefulntteiltioi,tothe buity of the bank and its sta" FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. C. PAYNE, Cashier J. w --- New Albany. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams and two little girls returned to West Point Thursdav, after having spent three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Meador. Dr W. B Taylor, of Irvington was here last week. Miss Maggie Scott, of Louisville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sallle Morris. Miss Mellonee Scott, of Vine Grove, was the guest oi Miss Mary Elanor Scott last week. Herman Barnett was at Custer day, Mon- For any holiness of the skin, for skin rashos, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. Not All In Him "Thomas," said mother, severely, "someone has taken a big ploce of gingerenke out of the pantry " Thomas blushed guiltily. "Oh, Thomas.1' she exclaimed, "I did not think it was In you!" "It ain't all,' replied Tommy, "part National Monthly. of It is Subscribe Todav! Mr W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living near Fleming, Pa., says he has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarIt will do all this and more. Every sack guarrhoea Remedy in his family for fouranteed teen years, and that he has found it to Revival at Kirk. be an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure In recommending It. For The Methodist series of meetings to sale by all dealer;. revive the church at Kirk will begin Lewisport, Kentucky Friday night, August '.'3, Instead of the second Sunday. Every body coidlal-lTOBINSPORT t J Invited. M. L. Dyer will be the minister. i Tom Dela Hunt, of Caunelton, spent Feel languid, weak, rundown? Head- Friday here with Wallace Weatherholt Ed Whitehead, Cloverport, and Ed ache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your Connor are" building the basement for the pew high school building here. druggist. Price $1.00. Miss E"a Ahl, Mardlnsburg, spent last week with Dell Wlnchell. Kerosene For Automobiles. Mardinsburg, Kentucky - Connie Blven, Indianapolis, is here visiting his parents. A motorist from Marlon, N Y., the Proctor Kelth,Cloverport. was dolnc other day was caught miles away from a garage, without a drop of gasoline some work for Jas. England. Miss Mary Frank has returned home The Women's Foreign Mliiioaary on which to get home Inquiry at farm The ladle's of the M. E. church gave houses nearby failed to reveal any from Terre Haute where she has been Society met at the M. K church Tfcurg a social at the home of Wood Weather-hol- t day afternoon, Saturday eveulnjr. available supply of t.e "precious attending school, them Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and they are the only remedy that I will ever use for kidney trouble. I can highly recommend them, as they lived up to the claims made for them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no othnr. Foster-Milbur- week. Mrs. Vida Hub, of Ronoake, Va., Is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. Nicholas. Hawkins Smith and wife attended the burial of Mr. Jake Smith Friday.at 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 be a satisfaction to yourself and a to your family de-lig- Ilardlnsburg. ht Then Use Lewisport Best Flour LEWISPORT MILL . CO. y H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST X OFFICE .OVER FARMERS BANK r. m 4th Avenue and rmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 ' Market St. j DA CON A SDNC " 4th Avenue and rnil IIIUI IIJiii INCORPORATED Market St. OUR ANNUAL AUGUST Clearance Satle BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 5th SUMMER sold. I MAIL ORDERS GIVEN merchandise of every description will be priced so low that every vestage of Summer Goods will be While this means losses to us, it will mean a gain to you. PROMPT AND CAREFUL Make it Convenient to Attend .(LWe, through your valued patronage, have had a tremendous spring and summer business and are anxious that opportunities afyou should now share in the money-savin- g forded by the sharp price reductions. ATTENTION ALWAYS THE BEST FOR LESS Railroad Fares Refunded By rebating railroad fares in cash and by sending packages ($5.00 or more) free of charge, out of town customers may buy to the same advantage as those who live in our town. ",' H in in iMuj TTrriKMEyMMBttttttJffrJr-JBJMfcJ!CTiBMMMflKttth?flf- rammMm&2sx3!i!34a&fmmiix. district who has not paid their taxes in full farther-car '&&m&xmi03SJ&2l!53S&'&& m IKffi V I ,j, 3S 55SSSSiSSSKSSS4S SSS EGPirrcivrv WHAT IS IT? .- I - 1910-1- 1. As some people U ' come upon little, son If the word "efficiency" and aW you what It truant, wh.it would your answer be? It would b- - quite a job to answer in a shnp'e m.mner just what is meant by efficiency It would be almost impossible to tell in a few words what it is. The writer recently tried his hand at a simple defiuition and became involved in word which, if put on paper, would Finally he Rave it look like a jumble. up, when along came a roan well known to the printers from coast to coast, who gave a definition that hit the idea exactly. If Robert S. Denham never did anything else than evolve this one sentence, he is entitled to a place of honor. His definition of efficiency is: "Efficiency consists in obtaining practical without either waste or strain in the use of time, energy at material." Here you have it in a nutshell effici This Is what ency: practical results of efficiency to get a we want the use product that will be practical, and, being practical, will have to be known by Us cost. The word practical, then, must b defined, aa it is the key to the definition, and it tells exactly what efficiency is. In the work of producing, it means either a greater product, tnereby reducing the cost (and such reduction makes possible a wide use), or a better product, with no greater cost, but in the end more lasting and worthy of use or purchase. There is such a thing as making an arlic'o too good, and consequently too expensive to use. On the other hand, a product may bo good, yet not too high in cost to forbid its common use. re-hu- lts jjj?v?SRSvVi?irK?3"r'i'' to say that everything It should your - . . . Is very nice should be ot the very test it sounds good and reads fine; but it leaves behind a feeling that there is no limit, when in fact there is a decided limit, to where cost of production may go. A thing must be "practical," it must meet the needs of the greatest number, or tne use to which It Is Intended, and the expensive or elegant Is not always the best. As a matter of fact, the plant that produces the "finest" work has always a higher hour, cost than the plant doing the "medium" grade work, and the latter plant Is the one that usually makes the money provided it has ttfi ciency and knows the cost of its pto duct. No better illustration of this can be given than the difference between France and Germany. The workmen of France produce more "creations" than any other nation. They work for a long time to produce one "creation" beautiful in form and perfect in and when dune, they promptly drop it and go to the next product, The German workman takes a "crea tlon" duplicates it by the thousands, each part skillfully made, but by duplication producers tot the world, and at a As a reprice that all can purchase sult, the French manufacturer Mands The artifor high cost and quantity. cles are one as good as the other, only instead of.followlng up her "creations," France leaves them and goes to others. No better definition of efficiency can be pointed to, as Germany is the nation of products and practical results. In ' land Printer. work-rabtisTil- p, think 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 do not appear herein can save themselves the extra cost, by remitting in full before another issue of this paper. Dcniiie Sliccrau,S. It. C. Iiy R. O. I'erkins, I). S. "''BHHHHHBHBi THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 "I suffered habitually f'om constipation. Doan's Rcgulets relieved ard strengthened the bowels so that thty have been regular ever since." E Davis, Grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texnr, UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place 40 YEARS i Per Cent on Time Deposits to do Business. Cloverport Methodist Notes. The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church of this city met Monday afternoon The Womans Missionary Society meets Monday afternoon, August 12. The Gleaners meet Saturday afternoon, August 10. The Epworth League had a live business meeting Tuesday night and had good reports of the team work. A Texas Wonder. SHERIFFS SALES FOR TAXES W. G. 191 1 . The undersigned will, on the a6 day of August, 1912, at the court house door Sanders Uros. 8 acres laud. 1911 tax, Prof. Logan, of Cnnnolton, in Hauliusburg. (being a regular county cqurt clay) offer for sale to the highest Sarah Holt. House and lot. 1911 tax, preached tit Tumor's M.E. church in Hov. Powell's place Sunday best bidder the following described $1.80. and evening. satisfy the taxes due thereon, Chas. Monday. lands, to House and lot. 1911 morning including costs, commissions, etc.: tax, $5.05. Miss Kllu A hi, of Ilardinsburg, Malcolm Allen. House and lot. 1910 This only represents a small poportion is visiting Doll W'nchell this Ux.J6.5i; 1911 tax,6.35. Total, fi2.j6 week. Thortou Hratcher. 43 acres laud. 1911 of the property that would have been Mrs. J. T. Shoonmkcr,of Rome, Ux, 6.10. advertised this week if space could have Cheapen accident insuruuce Dr. is visitiiip her mother Mrs. Nanov y. 1 Johnson, House and lot. 19(1 Thomas' Uclectrlc Oil. For burns, mn lwd in this issue. However, next Leaf, ths week. tx, .56. scalds, cuts und emergencies. All Miller, 135 acres kml, 1911 tax, wek I will proceed to advertise the list Jtthu Wallace Weathorholt is homo; druggists sell it, 25c and flOe. of every wax, woman,, or child in this ,2-5i- tux, $7.y. Chas. Riley. 22 acres land. l'umphiey, Sr. 81 The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravol, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troub- boon attending nohool. les In childrt-n- . If not sold by your Mr. Louise Johiiion has redruggist will be sent by mail on re$1 00. One small bottle Is two turned to her home in Caunclton ceipt of month's treatment and selcoin fails to after spending noveral months perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 with Mrs. J. U. Uyan. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Mr. and Mrs. T. K. WeathorKentucky testimonials, Sold by holt returned to Atlanta, Gn., after spending tho .summer hereucrcs land. with their brothers, Hugh and 191 from Indianapolis to spend his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs". Wood Weathorholt. Connie Beavin is homo from Indianapolis visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Beavin. Chester Polk, James Wineholl and Frank Sandort went to with tho Cloverport Baseball Club to play ball. Mrs. Mary Bailoy is hero from Little Hook, Ark., visiting relatives. Miss Mary Frank and Alia Lamb returned homo from Torre Iluuto last week, where thoy have iWfjrMlffrViWMtV Look Here! When You Want y Can-noltonSu- nday Insurance! Life Insurance, Sick and Ac- tax, I T. ad Hal. Mm. J. (J. Ryan wis culled lo Canuelton InM. . week on account of tho illness of her nopliow, HurDr, Simons, of Clory Clark. verport accompanied her. Mcsdames. A rati and V. S. Leaf visited their aunt. Mrs. J.D. Bnislieur, at llurdin Grove last week. cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. Lowest Rales of any Company in America. The L. C. TAUL, Insurance Cloverport, Man, :- -: Ky. i-- n THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGr, NEWS, years iiirn. boy," but "You see, I have boon art unlucky boy as well as a lucky ho hns kept up his optimism by not always procrastinating. editor and Publisher Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AVGUST 7, 1912' St. Murv'rt In Tho Wnod will be tho scone of a glorious picnic Saturday of this week. Father ICmio is not leaving a stone unturned Ho is advertising for a crowd and will get it. to make it a success People liko to know that thoy arc wanted and that tho managers aro willing to spend the m moy and tiiuko tho effort to toll them so. Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in Chairman Henry Dellnvim .Moorman has sent in the following names of Doniociajs ito tho Board of Election, commissioners at Subscription price $1.00 a yenr in advance. Frankfort, one of whom will lio choaon County Election CommissionLOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for onch additional er of Breckenridgo county: .1. V. StClair, Earl Bennett, John Jon. BUSINESS nings, E. L. Robertson and Lee Wall-- . insertion. charged for at the rate of CARDS OF THANKS over fivo lines William J. Brau encloBcd in a letter to Woodiow Wilson a 10 cents per lino. campaign contribution. The letter contained OBITUARIES charged for at thoratoot' 5 cents per lino. money ohook for $10"(0 as a advice from Mr. Bryan -- two things that go well together money and in advance. advice, the latter is always easy to get. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Breckonrido county went Doniocratio Saturday by over 100 innjoritv. Mn W L". Matthews and Mrs. W.D Smith $pei,t Tuesday, with Mis E. Mc. Duv s. T C. Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes kATE and Interior Decorations i 1 I Screen Doors, Windows 'and Wire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Con-- 1 creting and Brick Laying. All Kinds of FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of N"w .Jcrnoy . ADDiTIOrm LOCAL FOR VICE PRESIDENT THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana FOR REPRESENTATIVE BEN JOHNSON jeweler for thirty Chr. Alexander, of L niter, wm in xiaruid ll.inHnabnrg- Think of it. His M mday. llarrtiiiburg fcv.r u t this lonn time mir guarThou. BIhmI - tmil loin h tine totiaoco antee tui lair and noneNirniment. barn 0i6(i ' hi frir ntar McQuady. MUs Nlratn Willett has gone to Fall .'ind Canada with the Lrutch- Otitic Dawhi i doi'itf (be wotk. er party. Mr. CliMtlet McCbi'i nnd son, of n - Lews, I guteJssEs: Planing. Mill Work to Order ON PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION mm O Road Supervisor Gnrner returned from Chicago last week. Ho loud machinery. Ho says ho contracted for two wns thcio lookir-jru- t criishois, one for Clovcrpoit district, which ho will put to work cnichinfr stone as soon as it arrives. Mr. Garner is Vn king up on the rond question. He fajs there is too much money spent on tho reads for the results'. A ci usher, he says, is needed in every road district in the county. He wants to inaugurate a now system of working the ronds. Do away with all district supervisors, employ a man who knows his bu&imsss, in each district, have him superintend all the work and have it done where it is needed most and done well. Ho says with a ci usher to crush the lock tho farmers along tho road would be willing to haul it free. In this way good, porma; nent roads could foon bo built. Mr. Gan or hns the right ideas and wo hope to see him carrv them out. Tec pie who aie in favor of good rends cught to stand behind and help him. com-petant Temple University of Philadelphia at the beginning of tho next college term will have a chair of household research, for tho purpose of tecurinjr iceopnition for household as a distinct and worthy profession. One of the objects of the new chair will be to assist housekeepers to plan and carry on systematically the work of the household. House! old woik is becoming recognized more everyday now as an accomplishment and not something that woman does simply because she cannot help herself. It is a beautiful profession and tho woman who does not love it is to bo pitied. Seldom in the history of Hat dinsburg hns there been a greater tribute paid a dead citizen than that accorded Jake Smith, the blacksmith who foil dead at his post of duty. Practically kII of tho leading business people end a gieat number firm the country lillcd the large Catholic chuuli on Friday to hear his funeral sermon. Mr. Smith was an honci-t- , upright citizon who attended strictly to his own Ho had business, and his devotion to his family was beautiful. time ho was sixteen jcars old, enduring worked at hi. tiado from the many haidships for others. North Carolina wlnirS he has been atnight tending school. tioui Louisville. Mrs. LagrJldri Davis is tho guest of her son, .Mr. E. Mc. Davis Mrs. Rogers went lo Tubmspurt (or a visit. Hoy Moorman, of California, is at V. S. Hendry, Irviugton, was down home for a visit. at Raymond Sunday to iee his in .tlier. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Smith, of in town wife. Ilnrdinsburi;, Louisville, visited relative Wm llowmnn and returned Monday from a visit to their last week. (laughter at Lewisport. Kev. Jas. V. Norman spent a few I). S. Kichardhou, Union Star, went days in Louisville last week. to Louibvillle Monday. Two weeks until the Fair. Aro you Lotready? Don't forget the Floral Hall. Geo. D.ivis nnd tie Davis, Lost Ru.i, were nt West Send everything to Miss Margaret Point Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. Ahl. Stuck, bouse. II. J. Roberts has bought Jno. A. S. R. Moredock, Owensboro, is visit- Marshall's stock of goods nnd will take ing his brother, John Moiedock, at possession nboutthe middle of the month. Estil Sutton, of Louisville.came Satur-W. H. Baker, of Tennessee, was at day to join his family for a visit. Mystic last week to see his friend C. W. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowell spent SunDavis. day in Garfield. Murfcineu & Akers have just closd a Coleman Haswell went to I.eitchfield very successful lot sale at Princeton, Sunday. Ky. They loft Monday to put ru a sale Miss Marcel la Drown has gone to Ceat Keokuck, lowu. cilia for a visit to relatives. Haider and sob, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell spent Sunday with Rodgers, left yesterday for a visit to his parents near Garfield. , tCy. relatives at Jack-onMiss Maud Drown is at home from Miss Mury Bouiie, of Hnrdstown, is Hopkinsville fora visit to her parents, the guest of Mrs. Lnura Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Dent Drown. Mrs. Will Holsclaw, of Lou sville, is Miss Mildred Mocrniau, Glen Dean, is the guest of Miss Lucy Hall. the guest of Miss Margaret Peyton. uio, rv R. J. MiGkte. en' mm PatUr Ilry ivi Tt Springs "! Mr. Mourln) Mr. Hnry Chambliss hns returned from bre yea-terdH- y grand-daughte- r, Gai-fiel- d. i wm VOX i ou can rest mm easy whenyou MISaPlfKhave made us your Executors W w VM&TMm IfflBKStt Stt it i HI. '.I m i ' Wmmm - Pot-U- r S V can rest easy while Any moment you are apt to be snatched away; you nre ALIVE, if you know that your affairs i 1 be pnoperly looked after when you are DEAD. A private executor may die. Hne certainty about your business being properly cared for by appointing our Trust Company as your executors. We can also attend to all or a part of your business while you nre living, We can help you make profitable investments. Come in today and consult us tomorrow may be too late. I-- Miss Edyth McCoy, o'f Ekron, is Catholic Editors, Louisville, Ky , iCug. ers institute at Drandenburg last week. spending u few days with Mrs. Mary Coleman. 16 to 21 I9I2. Dates of sale: Aug. 11, Thin would ho an opportune time fortho merchant to inaugurate Misses Emma and Elnora Klotz, of 15 and 16, lgl2. Return limit: Aug 26, Miss Erie Smith left Saturday for a Louisville, are guests of Miss Bessie u Blue Ribbon Day for his trade tho day on which supremo and 1912 visit to Mrs. H. C. Haddock, of WebMyers. superb value giving might bo made. Every department in the store ster. Mrs Peyton Robinson, of Louisville, making extra etfoit to furnish bargains for Blue Ribbon Day and tho J. G. Board, of Louisville, is the is the guest of Mrs. G. II. Anderson. Xublie would make a mugniiicent response. People like tho exciteguest of his father, M. L. Board. Miss Elsie Baxter will leave today ment of bargain days and merchants could have most attractive oiler Cnptain Frank Hnrdaway, of Kansas, for a visit with friends nt Greenville. Read Jolly's advertisement. ings for customers by taking a little pains to do so. was the week end guest of his mother, Mrs. W. L. Cox and Mrs. D. L. Rov. E. B. English and son, Evarts, Mrs. Sue Hardaway. Smith, of Irvlngton, were week end must bo dorio Jr., are with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin guests of Mrs. Dr. .7. T. Owen says if you havo any thing that Miss Mollie Board is the guest of Miss J. R. Smith. today, do Hazel Payne at Webster this week. If you havo a letter to write, write it at once. IIo said Beard for a visit. Mrs. Blant Shacklett, of Ekron. wu-- t ho put oil' insuring his ollico and books, about tho only thing ho over Dwieht Willett has returned from the guest of her mother, Mrs. Bell Ash Mrs' Jess Herndon, Miss Eva CardiMeade county where he has been for a gan and Miss Viola Lewis, of Irving- put H in his life, and suffered a complete loss in tho firo of eovoral week's visit to relatives. craft Sunday. The National Photographers Associations predicts that tho day of tho family porti ait album has passed and that in tho future tho moving pictme album will take its place. By turning a crank in a book wo will bo able to sec mother in tho kitchen and dad in tho garden or both of them at the polls voting. "Wo will see our ancestors in ical life. One rarely ever sees an album nowadays on tho Excursion Fare. parlor table they have gone out of style. Even tho parlor is a thing of tho past, libraries and living rooms have taken its place. Sleeping if:.'. 98 Louisville and return, uccouut, Federation of Catholic Societies and porches and gaiagrs are tho latest houso fads. Mr. und Mrs. J.is. Lawson, of Louisville, visited relatives here last week. David Owen Hall and several of the small town b iys had great fun yesteron the day with au old pocket-boobridge. Tuey were hid behind the trees down there and eveiy time a ftllow walked by and started to pick it up, they would pull it. Then their shrieks of lHtighter made the fellow realize Jiow fooled he was. Mr. Lucas and every body around were kept laughing all morning, for nearly nil those who passed stopped to pick it up. k Payne, Stephcnspbrt, spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs. Alvin Skill- George 111011. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including-- Trust Investments SeoO.OOOW II. II. Lewis came Saturday to visit Mrs. II. H. Lewis'. Mrs. Dettie Thompson left Sunday for a visit to Hardin county. R. A. Smith and wife, Stephensport; Hawkins Smith and daughter, Tom Gregory and wife, Virgil Smith and wife, ofGnrfieidjMrs. D. S. McGill and son and Thurinan Smith and wife, attended the funeral of Mr. I.onnie Smith Friday. THE BANK OF HARDINSbURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburgr, Ky. Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Jell' Hambleton, Ildnderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, .. . 5 00 25.00 ton, were the guests of Mrs. H. L. Bell last week. Mrs Jno. Childs was the week end guest of Mrs. S. C. Neafus at Irving-to- n. Read Jolly's advertisement. Miss Elsie Baxter attended the teach- Notice. Breckeuridge Circuit Court. Itobirt L. DeJurnette, etc., Defendants. All creditors of the estate of Charley R. Dejarnette deceased are notified to file their claims with the undersigned Commissioner of the Breckenridge Circuit Court on or before the first day'of' October, 1013, properly proven as required by Ihw. Lee Walls, Com. & R. B. O. Ctias. It. UeJurncttu's Admr., etc. Plaintiffs. Vs. Order of Keferenco to Commissioner. , if The Breckinridge County High School Opens Tuesday, September 3, 1912 Free Tuition to all County Pupils Entering High School. Also Free Tuition to Anyone in County taking 8th Grade. Our Graduates Enter any of the Higher Institutions of Learning Without Examination. CWc have a Strong Corps of Teachers this Year. Come. For particulars address 1 R. Y. MAXEY, t Principal Hardinsburg, Ky. i i Breckenridge News. )NESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1912 Dr. F. L--. Llghtfoot wns the guest of Mr and Mrt. Clias. Hook at Irvingtou (iBl Sunday. Proft McCoy and Mrs McCoy arrived home from Lexington' Sunday Mil PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN DY THE ADVERTISING in i ii morning. Mr. and Mrs. German P. Dillon, of Pin Money Neurly everyone 1ms sonic extra money outside of their regular income. You enn ninUoa success of sivinr by put tinu in this bunk nil such extra monoy you jjct. It is ii pood plan unci such snvinp is hardly noticed and requires little, if any mcriticc. If you linvo any mch Fouice of extra incorno why not try the plan. You can start with one dollar tmd wo will add 3PKR CENT Inlet oat. f Wrvts.f For Sale Cottage rdniilnn. Mncrnstrr.ittrul It v FOR OUTINGS OR PICNICS On n pw-mmw- i ini NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALLTMC PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Greenville, are visiting at Summer Shade, Ky. Mrs Allen Kingsbury Is little improved and is ill at her home in Sec For Sale Set of Blocks, 6(10 feet of Rope POH 9I LB.. A ?o.of Work, am! "f0 feet of J.Pciuon. Olcti Dean lloili aroin flr-- 't duns siinjic. win fcii or undo ciirstu the River In the Woods AT& FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ond Street. Claude Sterrett, of Charleston, Mo , was the guest of Mrs. S.illie Moorman nest nmrkt Vie Itobortson Strayed or Stole- n- Black Marc Mule STIUYrcn cm 8TOLr.N icWfrom our fnrmx tlonn nno III Mure Mulf. rl yoirsolcl, 10 Imntls hlidi, and with liur last week. ler Precluct nutl city Offices lor County Offices ler State nml District Offices Calls, R.er line or Cards, per Hue lor All Publications in tbc inter est of individuals or expression of Individual views per line.... lor Good anywhere Quick Lunch at a moment's notice: Deviled Ham f $ 2 50 B Order engraved enrds now to return 00 your summer calls, liujt styles at tlio 00 News olllco. 10 10 W. L. Arnold, con PAT.lv 5 rnornrottniru txmr rnlli'un hllllriliiL'. For Sale SALB-A IrvliiRlon. Ky. 1ft Vienna Sausage If) lUit Mfii !f V (1IIU 4II 73irMjMJ I IU .10 'local ng cougn, I It- brevities I Little Billy Phelps is ill. James Bishop's children hftve -- hoop- - --- Miss Mnrgnrct Burn spent Monday . - iiuuiavinb! iu ...i..,ni Miss Florence LevIs spent Sunday In Hawesvllle. Ed Morrison, of Irvington, returned home Saturday. Eddie Wilson la homo fromthe array visiting relatives. Mrs. Edwin Bell has returned fo her home in Memphis. Ollie Pato went to Louisville Sunday to visit relatives. Miss Maud Barry has gone to Ekron to visit two weeks. Mrs. James B. Randall is visiting in Porkersburg, W. Va. Little Jessie Eskridge living near town is sick with flux. Herbert Gibson, of Lodiburg, wont to Louisville Saturday. Robert Exshaw and little son went to Louisville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lot, of Paducah, are at the Cloverport Hotel. Mis9 Fronnie Dean will visit in Louisville and Evansville soon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Oelze have re- turned from Dawson Springs. iliss Anna Mabel Kramer has re, i. nuui ncuuuiouu. niu ogmc 1 1LT.J Mrs. Wallace Sklllmnn. who has been ill, is able to be ou: again. Miss Elizabeth Skillman returned to her home in Morganfleld Monday. Mrs. Joe Robertson and children have returned to Nashville, Tenn. of Victoria, has Mr. McGovern, commenced his school at Balltown. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gans arrived home from their bridal tour Monday. Rev. C. Argabright betsin a series of meetings at Pisgah church Sunday. Mrs J. H. Wills was the guest of Mrs. Lucy Temple In Owensboro Sunday. Mrs R. L. Cravens, of Louisville, visited Mrs. Wheatley at Kirk last week. Miss Mayme Johnson, of Louisville, arrived Sunday to visit Miss Emmaline Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberts, of Henderson, have moved here and live 'on the hill. 1 Hugh Harrett, of Owensboro, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelze went to Louisville Friday to visit Mr. and Mr. Robert Woods. Miss Elizabeth Woods' returned to Louisville Friday after a visit to Miss Mary Owen Oejzo. A littlo daughter arrived to glad den the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Newton JUly tbeiJOth. A protracted meeting is in progress at Hnrdim scboolhouse. Rev. Nelson of this city is attending. Miss Nell Moorman sails Augutt the twenty fifth from Liverpool, England, on tho steamer Teutonic. Mrs. Harry Hills and attractive children, of Richmond, aro visiting her mother, Mrs Mary Oolze. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and baby, of Las Angeles, Cal., are visiting Mrs. Jerry Tilford at Irvington. Mrs. O. W. Sanders, of Evansville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brickey, at Mattingly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Storms and children, Mary Irene and Anna Lee, visited in Ohio county last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tatum and children, of Henderson, are visiting Mr. and Mrs Weaver Tatum. Warfield Hendricks, of The Pike, called at the News olllce Monday. He has been a subscriber thirty years. Prof. C. A. Tanner arrived here from Winchester Saturday night for a brief stay before going to Irvington. Mrs. M. E. Mecnewcomb and Charlie Sprague, of DeKoven, Ky., visited Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kramer last week. n Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pate, Fred and Virgil Pate, of Clover Creek visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate Sunday. Al-le- Cnilnra Ulllt OWIlf J9VI inil liim ' COlt 1 Imtn-- power "HiMoi.i rv Out Hiikilnu; Watklns milie. In k o1 Ilrcoktinrldpi! sows Covert ort, Ky lr. of Olovorpon. Ky. TOR Doook, :Olt SA LB- - lilunl-hfi'Kiil . For Sale Mortciiuc-- and all kinds Corn Beef Hash ' Corned Beef Chicken Loaf Veal Loaf Chipped Beef Sardines llri'rki'nrlrlar Nmn. SAL- E- (.ROOM II0USF . Boston Baked Beans Beans Shrimp Salmon Olives Pickles JO newt ot ffoou land rlgtil tit tin- - rullroid sliitlon a i vvn inIMi g prti g rn ur ny. A ITimhI tjlnreforHir cw crv stor-oblacksmith shop. ThU nropcrn- is at Rock vale, ity I'or furilur pftrt1'Ulnr. onll on or addrtivt mo ut Mockvu'p. Ky r Hnokln-rlilireronni- litre polt HAl.K Affo4Iioo-- n Iloaw with well nnd ! oneliuilillnii: ritMlil mid Peanut Butter Bananas Olive Oil Pimentos y. Oranges Lemons Candy Cigars .1 II APRRBY two month's visit pt the Uamp'n home, Let US Fill Your Lunch Basket returned this wtek. The Farmers Hardinsburg, Bank, Ky. - L! MtJ J. 1 C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY, daughter, IIoi tense, of Jonesboro, Ark , arc visiting their pirents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendelken. Mrs. Wallace Davisson and daugh ters, Oda and Edna, arrived from Blackwell, Oklahoma, Thursday to vis It ner parents, Mr and Mrs. John Armstrong of this city. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, of Henderson, in Hardinsburg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Collins and others to her home. She returned Mon- after a visit to her daughter day. Mrs. R. N. Hudson and daughter, Miss Virginia Hudson, of Versailles, are visiting Mrs. Sawyer in Washington, D. C, and will visit other relatives in Virginia befo're returning Miss M. C. Lewis and Miss Mary Kennedy, of Louisville, are guestsat Miss Kennedy's home near Hardins-burg- . the contractor, who has been too ill to keep his building engagements f6r the last several days, Is Improving. Miss Mary Jarboe, Mrs. Bowne James Lewis, and New-som baby, Artelia, and Mrs. Harry and baby, Margaret, went Skillman last week to Mr. and Mrs. John Leltch and son, John Leitch, Jr., of Alleghany City, Pa., have been in Buffalo, N. Y., vis- iting at The Stadler. Mr and Mrs. John Wendelken and SEe CARL LISHEN roR GUTTERING, SPOUTING and REPAIR WORK Cloverport, Ky. I f home. town. Miss Margaret Sherman, of Toledo, In addition to the above lot, on which Ohio, left for her home Monday. She is toca ed the banking house formerly has been a delightful visitor and is used by said assigned bank, there will a greatly admired here. Miss Sherman be sold andMosler Safe, time loc , furfixtures, which were used in niture will go to College at Lowe, Mass., the conduct of said banking business. this fall. Said property will be" first sold sef and perMr. and Mrs. Morris Beard, Miss arntely, that Is the real est-itsonal property will be sold sep irately, Annie Hendrlck and Mr. Claude Mer- and then as a whole and in which mm cer motored from Hardinsburg Sunday ner the larger sum is reali.ed, the silc afternoon and were guests of the Mary will be made. Jane crowd on the Bohemia for dinner beThe purchaser, or nurchasers, will required to execute bond for the at six o'clock. purchase price or prices, with approved Miss Lillian McGuffin, after a visit security, due and payable in six months to Miss Julia Lyons in Irvington, and trom tne date ot sale, bearing Interest from date till paid at the rae of s x Miss Helen Wnitworth in Hrrdinsburg, per cent, per annum. BUT THIS has returned to hi r home In Louisville PRIVILEGE OF PAYING CASH She is a very bright young girl. Miss WILL BE ACCORDED THE PUR CHASER OR PURCHASERS. Whitworth accompanied her home. Said property is sold for the purpose Fifth Grand Annual Soldiers Keun of winding up and settling the affairs of the said Two States Bank. n, ion, WIttmer's Avenue Garden, & THE ind., August 15, 16 and 17. TRUST BANK OF HARDINSBURU OF COMPANY. ASSIGNEE Dancing, good speakers, fireworks, THE TWO STATES BANK. camp fires. Breakfast, dinner, supper and tents for sleeping. Sheep Skin A Walking Stick Farm. Band. Couie! Krouti Answers, Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, of Kansas City, Of the many curious farms that have Mo., will arrlvo,here next week. She will be matron of honor at the I'loors-Haswo- rth been established in our peaceful counwedding in that city this tryside, surely a walking stick farm is evening. Miss Irene Jarboe, after a the most curious e Can-nelto- The undersigned, Assignee of the Two States Bank 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. expose and sell to the hluhest and best bidder, at public outcry, in Jront of tne uuiiuing, lormerly occupied by the Two States Bank, at Stephensport. Kentucky, the following described property, A certain lot or parcel of land on the West side of First Street in Stenh- ensport, Kentucky, and beginning at tne soutneast corner of the Mrs Ii A. Shelliran's lot ou Firct Street; thence with the South line ot Mrs K. A Smith's lot in a westerly direction 11 feet to Mrs. E. A. Blaine: thence in a Southerly direction with said line 25 feet to R. A. Shellman's Northwest corner; thence with Shellman's North line In an Easterly direction IO7J4 feet 10 first street; thence in a Northerly direction with the West line of First Street 23 feet to the beginning, being parts of lots Nos 108 and IO9 as designated In the plat or plan of said to-wi- t: Tobacco Dam aged by Hail sC overed The Only Way to by Insurance Un- Protect Crops From the certain Weather. Farmers Highly Satisfied Per- With Insurance Company's Settlements. sonal Statements From Those Who Have Re ceived Insurance. Glen Dean, July 22, '12 Mr. Jno. L. Souards, State Agent for the Henry Cha. l;ire Insurance Co, was here today and .settled a loss or damage caused by hail on my tobacco crop. It was entirely satisfactory, and I take pleasure iu recommending the company to the insuring public. Thos V. Robertson. W. A. and R. P. Moor- man got$135 on 16 insured-- at a cost of $32. Thos. Robertson had 18 acres insured, 9 acres damaged and got $100. W. C. Moorman, AgL Glen Dean there such cstablisnment, a nourishing concern, to be found in the dept is of Surrey. Instead of the corn fields, pasture land and root crops usually expected on a farm, the walking stick acres present the appearance of long, nea: rows of tiny sapling trees some four years old, others younger. Quite a forest of walking sticks may naturally be produced In four years, but the handle occasions some delay. is As a matter of fact, however, one at least To obtain a right angled handle the growth is pegged down along the ground, and from this the saplingshoots vertically upward. Consult T. N. McGlothlttii for to Courier-Journ- al, Times, Post, Ilcruld, Ftirmors Home Journal, Stock Yard Journal, Western Recorder and lircclc onridge News. subi-eriptio- Subscribe Right Now. McQuady Picnic ST. MARY'S OF THE WOODS I SATURDAY i P I 1 IP, 1912 rAUGUST v! EXCUSE R By ME! Novelized from the Comedy of tho Same Name From Photofraplit el Produced ISa flay By Henry W. Saratf II. K. Fly Oo. Rupert Hashes ILLUSTRATED grinned and Was cordial, some trounie was In store for him. He wondered what rock Ira hekl behind his back now, but he forced an uneasy cordiality: "And Is this you, Ira7 Well, wclll It Is yeahs slnco last we met. And you're Just getting married. Is this the first tlmo, Ira?" "First offenso. Charlie." Tho lovlty shocked Sclby, but a greater shock was la store, for when ae Inquired: "And who Is the or happy brldo?" tho trlumphnnt Lath-r- e n snickered: "I bcllcvo you used to know her. Anne Oattlo." This was tho rock behind Ira's back, and Selby took It with a wince: "Not my old " Anno, you remember, Chnrllo." "Oh, yes," Enid Anno, "How do you do, Charlie?" And she put out a shy EGO hand, which ho took with ono still ihyor. Ho was so unsettled that ho Hammered: "Well, well, I had always hoped to marry you, Anne, but not Pale Faces weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. Ifyouare weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, "The same. Ooprlgbt, llll. by CHAPTER A Wedding XXX. I laugh: "Itecognlzo theso?" Ho nodded dismally. Ills own funeral baited meats wero coldly furnishing forth n wedding breakfast for Ira Lnthrop. Mrs. Wellington was moylng about distributing kazoos and Mrs. Tcraplo had an armload of old Rhoes, some of which had thumped llnllory on an occasion which Bccmcd so ancient as to bo almost prehistoric. Fosdlck was howling to the porter to got somo rice, quick! 'How many portions does you approximate?" "All you've got." "Boiled or lried?" "Any old way." Tho porter ran for tho amforward to tho dining-ca- r munition. Mrs. Temple whispered to her husband: "Too bad you'ro not officiating, "Walter." But he cautioned silence: "Hush! I'm on my vacation." Tho train was nlready coming Into Ogden. Noises wero multiplying and from tho Increase of passing objects, tho speed seemed to bo taking on a spurt. Tho bell was clamoring like a wedding chime In a steeple. Mrs. Wellington was on a chair fastening a ribbon round ono of tho lamps, and Mrs, Whltcomb was on chair braiding tho bell rope with withered orange branches, when Ash-towith kazoo all ready, called out: "What tune shall wo'play?" "I prefer tho Mendelssohn Wedding March," said Mrs. Whltcomb, but Mrs. "Wellington glared ncross at her. "I've always tired the Lohengrin." "We'll play 'em both," said Dr. Tem ple, to make peace. Mrs. Fosdlck murmured to her spouso: "Tho old Justice ot the Peace didn't give us any music at all," and recehed In reward ono of his mo3t luscious-eyelooks, and a whisper: "But ho gave us ench other." "Now and then," she pouted. "But where are the bride and u , an-othd at Mallory with on Wheels. of tho mntrlmony-ma- d women broight tho men trooping In from tho smoking room nnd thoro was much clrcuniRtnnco of decorating tho Bceno with white antln ribbons, n trlllo crumpled nnd dim of luster. Mrs. Whltcomb waved them Tho commotion Just this way." Lathrop cut him chort with n sharp: "Better get busy before tho train starts. And I'll pay you In advance beforo jou set oft tho llrcworks." The flippancy pained Rev. Charles, but ho wu8 resuscitated by ono fiance at the bill that Irn thrust Into his palm. If a man's gratitude for his wlfo Is measured by tho size of tho fee he hands tho enabling Ira was madly In lovo with Anno. Rev. Charles had a reminiscent suspicion that It was probably a counter-felbut for once ho did Irn an Injustice. Tho minister was in such a lluttcr from losing his boyhood love, and gaining so much money all at onco and from performing tho marrlago on a train, that ho made numerous errors In tho ceremony, but nobody noticed them, and the spirit, If not tho letter of tho occasion, was there and tho contract was doubtless legal enough. Tho ritual began with the pleasant murmur of tho preacher's voice, and tho pnsscngerB crowded round In a solemn calm, which was suddenly violated by a loud yelp of laughter from Wedgewood, who omitted guffaw after guffaw and bent double and opened out again, like an agitated umbrella. turned on him The wedding-guestvisages of horror, and hissed silence at him. Ashton seized him, shook him, and muttered: "What the what's the matter with s par-Eo- n, t, you?" The Englishman shook like a boy having a spasm of giggles at a funeral, and blurted out the explanation: "That story about tho bridegroom I just saw the point!" Ashton closed his jaw by brute force and watched over him through the rest of the festivity. CHAPTER XXXI. Foiled Yet Again. Mallory had fled from tho scene at the first hum of tho minister's words. His fato was like alkali on his palate. For twelve hundred miles ho had ransacked the world for a minister. When one dropped on the train like manna through the roof, even this- miracle had to bo checkmated by a perverse miracle that sent to tho train an early infatuation, a silly affair that he himAnd now Marself called puppy-love- . jorlo would never marry him. Ho did not blame her. Ho blamed fate. Ho was In solitude In the smoking room. Tho place locked with drifting tobacco smoke and the malodor of cigar stubs and cigarette ends. His plans were as useless and odious as cigarette ends. Ho dropped Into a chair, his elbows on his knees and his head In his hands Napoleon on St. Helena. And then, suddenly he heard voice. Ho turned and Baw her hesitating In tho doorway. Ho rose to welcome her, but tho smile died on his lips at her chilly speech: "May j have a word with you, sir?" "Of course. Tho air's rather thick In here," he apologized. "Just wait!" sho said, ominously, and stalked In like a joung JJenobla. Ho put out an appealing hand: "Now, Marjorlo, listen to reason. Of course I know you won't marry mo now." "Oh, you know that, do you?" she said, with a squared jaw. "But, really, you ought to marry me not merely because I lovo you and you'ro the only girl I ever " Ho stonned short and sh nimnst smiim) Mar-jorle- groom?" "Hero they come all ready," cried Ashton, and he beat time while somo 4of the guests knzooed at .Mendelssohn's and some Wagner's bridal melodies, and others just made a noise. Ira Lathrop rnd Anne Gattle, looking very slieci Lh, crowded through the nanow corridor and stood shamefacedly blushing llko two school children about to sing a duct. Tho train Jolted to a dead stop. The conductor called Into the car: All out for Ogden!" and everybody stood watching and waiting. Ira, seeing Mallory, edged close and whispered: "Stand by to catch the minister on the rebound." But Mallory turned away. What uso hud he now lor ministers? Ills plans were shuttered ruins. Tho porter camo Hying In with two large bowls of rice, and shouting, "Hero comes the 'possum er Seeing Marjorlo, ho said:' "Shnll I perambulato MIsta Snoozlc-urns?- " "Og-depos-Bon- ." J 's Sho handed tho porter her only friend and ho hurried out, as a lean and professionally sad ascetic hurried In. Ho did not recognize his boyish enemy In. the giant thut greeted him, but ho know that voice nnd Its gloating Irony: "Hello, Charlie" H had aiwavu found that when Ira gray-hairered-face- d SHE PUT OUT A 8HY HAND. Two things that are essential to tho success of an educational and amusement Institution, according to J. W. Newman, commissioner of agriculture, and James L. Dent, sccrctnry of tho Kentucky State Fair, nro inducements Mrs. Effie Graham, of to draw exhibitors niul attractions to Willard, Ky., says: "I draw tho public. With this Idea In was so weak I could view the ofllcliils have sot out to make I suffered, hardly go. It profitable to both exhibitors nnd patrons, nnd to that end nothing hns nearly every month, for 3 been left undone that might add to tho years. When I began to drawing features both from tho stand take Cardui, my back hurt point of exhibitors nnd of the public awfully. I only weighed generally. Rich prizes havo been of99 pounds. Not long after, fered by the management to insure I weighed 115. Now, I the grcntest display of exhibits over do all my work, and am seen in any section of tho south or in good health." Begin west more than $.'50,000 to bo disCardui, taking today. tributed to the successful exhibitors In the various departments. As mi evidence of their faith In the of Kentucky to patronize an In stitution such us (lie State Kulr has beas sho taunted him: "Go on I daro come Commissioner Newman nnd Sec you to say it." retary Ueut have gone to great ex Ho swallowed hard and waived the pense In securing the greatest lino of point: "Well, anyway, you ought to amusements ever provided for the peomarry me for your own sake." ple of Kentucky or the south. Llberatl Then sho took his breath away by and his famous band, oue of the greatanswering: "Oh, I'm going to marry est musical organizations in tho counyou, never fear." try, composed, of forty-twmusicians "You are," he cried, with a rush or and six soloists, havo been secured at "Oh, I know you hope. returning a big expense, and the music loving To bo Continued loved me." public who attend the Fair this year Sho pushed his encircling arms A vast amount of ill Lealth is due o will have no complaint to register ou aside: "I don't lovo you, and that's impaired digestion. When the stom- this score. This noted organization why I'm going to marry you." ach fails to perform its functions prop- will be heard in concert each afternoon "But I don't understand." erly the whole system becomes derang- and night in the big pavilion. For "Of course not," she sneered, as ir A few doses of Chamberlain's those of the visitors who would rather sho were a thousand years old, "you're ed. Tablets is all you need. They will patronize the racing feature of the only a man and a very young man." Fair than the horse show the manage"You've ceased to lovo me," ho pro- strengthen your digestion, invigorate ment has secured another noted musitested, "Just because of a little affair your liver, and regulate your bowels, cal organization In the famous Day & I had beforo I met you?" futlrcly doing away with that miser- Scully Baud of Louisville, which will Marjorle answered with world-olable feeling due to faulty digestion. ' furnish the music at the race track on wisdom: "A woman can forgive a lryit. Many others have been per-- . the grounds each afternoon during the . man anything except what ho did be- manentiy cured vly not your For week. foro he met her." Foi the free attractions for each aftsale by all dealers. Ho stared at her with masculine disernoon mid evening the management may at feminine logic: "ir you can't has provided some of the most sensaforgive me, then why do. you marry Grass For The Horse tional acts ever presented to the public. me?" Who in tlilb section of the country has "For revenge!" sho cried. "You We often wonder why more effort is ever witnessed automobiles passing oh this train all this brought mo not made by team owners and even by through the air nt a height of sixty-livto introduce mo to a girl you feet? For the llrst time in the f used to spoon with. And I don't like inner?, to supply their horses with fcoutli or middle west and one of the fresh green food In spring and summer. her. She's awful!" few times In this country such an ex"Yes, sho is awful," Mallory assent- Of course many will tell you that their hibition will be witnessed at " hoeM will lose flesh, the good hard Fair this year, when, every the State ed. "I don't know how I ever afternoon "Oh, you admit it!" fat of the winter, if given grass. Well, at '2 o'elocu and each night at 8:30 "No." suppose they do. Is it not better to o'clock, two 1.200 pound machines will "Well, I'm going to marry you part with some of that surplus weight loop the loop from a tower nt a height now this minute with that preach- when it means thinning down and puri- of sixty-fivfeet. This Is regarded as er, then I'm going to get off at Iteno fy ing the blood? the most .sensational net ever contrivand divorce you." A year ago we turned out to grass, ed by the human inlml. and just as "Divorce mo! Good Lord! On what three or four hours a day, a mare that often as it is attempted just so often grounds?" do tho exhibitors dally with death hi we had been unable to cure of a ten Kitty "On tho grounds of Miss midair. or whatever dency to scratches. By autumn the Katty Llewelllngton At irn time during the entire day will her name is." trouble had wholly disappeared and it there be n dull minute for visitors. It Mallory was groggy with punish- has rot returned. The skin beneath being the aim of the management to ment, and the vain effort to toreseo the fetlock joints is' as soft and smooth provide such a line of attractions iu her next blow. "But you can't name a on any part of the body. All this addition to the regular exhibits that a woman that way," he pleaded, "lor time she was used in harness almost visitors for one day only can leave for just being nice to nio before 1 ever dally. What a paradise it must be their homes the sumo night expressing met you." for the city horse to gtft a faw days in tho belief that they have been well for "That's the worst kind of unfaithpasture! Begin slowly in feeding coinlug the time and money spent In to Louisviilo for the ono day. fulness," sho reiterated. "You should grass no trouble from colic In order to please at llrst, and the one day visitors have known that some day you would meet me. You should have saved need be feared. Then think of the hot, the management has looked well to the dry feet back once more on cool mother daylight attractions, nnd the big $100, your first love for me." 00O live stock pavllloii will be the "But last lovo Is best," Mallory in- earth! Dumb Animal magazine. scene of much activity from early terposed, weakly. "Oh, no, It isn't, and if It Is, how do "Were all medicines as meritorious morning until late iu the afternoon No, as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Among the exhibits to be seen In the I know I'm to bo your last lovo? sir, when I've divorced you, you can diarrhoea Remedy tho world would be pavilion will be the Jiorhe show, which go back to your first love and go will by given from 10 o'clock each off and the percentage of morning until 4 o'clock each round the world with her till you get much better sullering greatly decreased," writes so that Isltors amy see theafternoon, dizzy." Inst ring "But I don't want her for a wife," Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For of the di.y and get to the railway stasale by all dealers. Mallory urged, "I want you." tions In time to catch their trains for home, no.ie of which leaves tho city "You'll get me but not for long. And one other thing, I want you to GREEN RIVER FARMERS earlier than ." o'clock. get that bracelet away from that This gri'itt exhibition of live stock In creature. Do you promise?" HAVE SECOND PLANTING the paillloii, coupled with tho races "How can I get It away?" and open ulr inductions in front of the "Take it away! Do you promise?" Owensboro. Ky., Aug. 1. Many of, grand stand. em h afternoon, makes the completely. Mallory surrendered owners and progressive free attractions the biggest and best Anything to get Marjorlo safely into the large land ever presented to the people in this his arms: "I promise anything, If armersof the Green River district, section of the countiy. ,vho had much of their year's crop. you'll really marry mo." marry you, sir, but not destroyed or Injured by the Incessant "Oh, I'll Flags at Half Mast. really." rains of the earlier part of the season, Ever blnce flags were used iu wnr And while ho stared In helpless awe have plantedlate crops and are now at tho cynic and termagant that aim ul' that tho late crops win oe It has been the custom to have tho Jealousy had metamorphosed this tim- much better than the earlier crops, flag of the superior or conquering ua tlou above that of tho inferior or van id, clinging creaturo into, they heard tid are expecting to reap a good year s tho conductor's volco at the rear door inrvest vet. despite the drawbacks ex quished. When an army found Itself hopelessly lieu ten It hauled Its flag of tho car: "Hurry up wo'vo got to perienced during the early part of the down far enough for the flag of tho start." victors to lx placed nbove It on tlu They hoard Lathrop's protest: season. Hundreds of farmers of the section biune pod' This was it token not only "Ilold on thero, conductor," and plea: "Oh, I say, my good man, have planted an extensive crop of of Mibinis.sl'.u. but of respect. In those corn and arq expecting days when a famous soldier died flags wait a moment, can't you?" lghty- went lowered out of tespect to his Tho conductor answered with the t to mature and make an excellent memory The custom long ago passed gruffness of a despot: "Not a minute. crop long before ther"o Is a frost this from purely military usage to public I've my orders to mako up lost tlrao. fall. Many of those who had their life of all kinds, the flag Hying at half All aboard!" tying tho early crops destroyed have planted an mast being a sign that the dead man Whllo tho minister was was last loose ends of tho matrimonial abundance of late potatoes and claim spaceworthy of universal respect. The left above It Is for tho flag of Mallory and Marjorlo wero that the present prices warrant the knot, of acres ot po the great voqqueior of all, tho angel of struggling through tho crowd to got planting of hundreds death. at him. Just as they were near, they tatoes. wero swept aside by the rush of the Quito a Change, bride and groom, for the parson's "1 "I was cured of diarrhoea by one flow ell Howell doesn't speak to hkj pronounce you man and wife," pro- dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Powell And I can remember wife. nounced as he backed toward the door, was the signal for another wed- and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E. wheu he thought It was worth $1 to. Gebh&rdt, Oriole, Pa. There is nothing My a few words to her by long dU-ding riot. tence tekploa. Judge. better. For sale by all dealers. Tho Woman'3 Tonic teX'i with rice. This time it was their own. Ira darted out Into the corridor, wife by the haling his brand-newrist, and tho wedding guests puracross tho vestibule, sued them through tho next car, and on, and on. Nobody remained to notice what happened to the parson. Having per formed his function, he was without further Interest or uso. But to Mallory and Marjorlo ho was vitally necessary. Mallory caught his hand as It turned tho knob of tho door nnd drew him back. Marjorlo, equally determined, caught his other elbow: "Pleaso don't go'," Mallory urged, "until you've mnrriod us." Tho Reverend Charles stared at his captors In amazement: "But my dear man, tho train's moving." Marjorlo clung all tho tighter and Invited him to "Coino on to tho next stop." "But my dear lady," Selby gasped, "It's Impossible." "You've Just got to," Mallory Insisted. "Release me, pleaso." "Never!" "How daro you!" tho parson shrieked, and with n sudden wrlgglo writhed out of his coat, leaving it In Marjorle's hands. Ho darted to tho door nnd flung it open, with Mallory hot after him. Tho train was kicking up a' cloud of dust nnd getting Its stride. Tho kidnapped clergyman paused a moment, aghast at the speed with which tho ground was being pnld out. Then ho climbed tho brass rail and, with a hnsty prayer, dropped overboard. Mallory lunged at him, and seized him by his reversed collar. But tho collar alono remained in his clutch, The parson was almost lost in tho dust ho created ns he struck, bounded and rolled till he came to a stop, with his stars and his prayers to thank for injuries to nothing worse than his dignity and other small clothes. Mallory returned to tho observation room and flung the collar and bib to the floor in a fury of despair, howling: "Ho got away! Ho got away!" Once more Ira and Anne were show-ere- d KENTUCKY STATE FAIR FEATURES Cvnanrlun LAUGIIdllU CHURCH DIRECTOR bioverpon bnurcnes n. m. o K. LlRlitfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Metln w'"y 7'80,)'m' n"llllrt AM Society FociciyineoisAionaayniiorBPCona Sunday, ....,...., .... ... a. . .jn... a..n, . ICVIUCni rrrnciilnn every Pecontl and rourtli 8undy .j - HnptlM ChurcH jinpun putuny pcnooi. nf Ncr UJ LI 01 nlllUUllulla Hfronflnnp ' Free lo Visiters. PRIZES AGGREGATE hot, k. u. uouroii. rnslor. fletliodlat Church $30,000. This Dig SUm to Be Distributed Among Exhibitors Great Show of Live Stock In $100,000 Pavilion Three Band Concerts Dally Horse Races and Auto "Stunts." MrtliodlKt Sunday School, O.'SOn. m. rrn li. nvnrn anpennieiiaciT every iTcPCHlnK m. Frank Lew 6 miln.m. nnd I'ustnr. I'rnyer mertlnir Wednesday, 7:30p. IWS p, mi business mpwtlmf tirnt Tuesday nlslit each month. Mls Mftwirlte liurn, President. Lndlrs' Aid fnclety meet flrt Monday each month Mrs. Forrest LlRhtfoot. President. Ladles' M IsMnmiry Sprlety iwets Second Bundny in everv month, .Mrs. VIirII llnlilmsp, President Choir practice Friday nllit7:20, A. 11 Muirny. Director. Hundiiy Presbyterian Church I'rcsliytrrlnn Hundiiy School DM5 a. tn. Conrad Slppf), Superintendent. Preachlne every Third Sunday. Itev. Adnlr. Minister. Prayer mectltu Tumliiy. 7:30 i, m Ladles Aid Society meets Wednecrfuy after Third Snrdsy every month. Mrs Cluis. Sutlcrflcld, President, Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mass.Scrrgon, nnd Ilotiedictlon, 9:00 u. m.. other three itsx- days at 10 lf a, m On week days Maw at Fw a. in. Uatcclictlcul Instruction for theebfrd rrn on Saturdays at 8 :so a. m , and on Sun days at 9:30 a, m. and 2:20 p. m. DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Olllcc, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Don't Forget When INSURING that you can bo robbed as well as your property burnt up. Protect you i self nnd your business with one of our policies. Wd write all form of Burglar Insurance. o Fire, Tornado, Plate d Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Morttrtics and other inents taken, t .. i Lefral Japers written and A al! forms of acknowledge- - dis-tanc- o e Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. e Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, Kentucky o1lcu6E5f1fofolo1fcoiZDl BALL Livery, & MILLER Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky s CZIOIZ3lojfo1folCTOC3lio1 Of BOURBON POULTRY CUKC throat cures sapes, A few drops the drinking water curesla and lircventa cholera, diarrhoea, and other chick diseases. One J,eilc,,De A a 1. JrugKUt. dimple and bou-:j?uw's" p;nt FREE. on'Dt-ca&esof down a chick's BOUfDon Romodv Sold By IRVINGTON PHARMACY, iDlnjftofl.Ky -- Sol-by- 'a j five-da- Notice Thut resolutions of t are published at 5i cents per lin. Pleaso do not. send obituares to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. ret-pec- , i Jt.l nil T",vu (J Louisville Evening Hnd Brockenridge otw var 13.50. Nw Post 1 PH K.I ting I Idyl lentl AT AUCTION! Near Irvington, Breckinridge County, Kentucky Buy You i Land and Make Money I'jwicst way to make money is to buy land in western land has had in diiy. Old Kontucky llreckenrideo l.y ilti wfi ot. lay rn, rat T FARM store. Population, 1,000. roinity. is the ideal spot in all this country tor climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and tho Ohio rivor. Tho people aro prosperous and land i.s cheap. Now id your time to buy. Land has ndvancod from 25 to 50, per cent in the last ton years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cent, (jet in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your nhitfo and ad Iress and we will keep you in touch with our bargains. 'Ril lay SATURDAY, AUG. On the above date I will oiler for sale at public auction, my (145) acres, located on the Irfarm of ono hundred and forty-liv- e vington and Hardinsburg road and within ono hundred (100) yards 4pf the Incorporate limits of Irvington, Ivy. (55) This farm may bo divided into two tracks of fifty-fiv- o and ninety (5)0) acres each und will ho divided and sold in two tracks and thon as a wholo. (55) acre track has tho following improvements: Tho tifty-iivono (1) good fivo (5) room cottage; ono (1) good six (6) stall barn; ono (1) four hundred (400) bushel corn crib; ono (1) lion house; pond; ono two hundrod lift' ono (1) meat house; ono never-tailin- g (250) foot well, and a good orchard. Tho houso faces the Irvington und Hardinsburg road und has a two hundred (200) yard lawn; is on R. F. D. No. 2 out of Irvington and within ono thousand (1,000) yards of tho new Graded and High School. Tho ninety, 90, aero track has no improvements but an exceptionally beautiful building site, which faces Maple street, and is within live hundred, 500, yards of the new Graded und High School. Irvington is tho most promising town on the L. II. & St. L. , Ry., and has tho following advantages: Three, 3, daily trains to and from Louisville, Ky. Junction of the Louisville, Madisonvillo & Eastern lty. supply-housund lumber yards. L. II. & St. L. round-hous75 bbl. the day capacity. Ono, 1, flour mill, Two, 2, stone quarries; ono, 1, concrete) block factory. o e; 17, 1912, 3 Five, 5, dry goods stores; six, 0, P. M. luff lfR, Tlu HiwketiriuVe NV.vs Ins u customer for farm, go td Und noiir h 10 school; p )simi 5,000 cn.sli to pay. I Wanted Small Farm )( n suiull, woll ut once; $2,000 to ncrei In ono and .1 er. Ird Id, grocery stores. No. 1. A 1CS Two, 2, hardware stores; two, 2, drugstores; one, 1, feed One, 1, livery stable; two, 2, bunks; two blacksmith slums. Six, C, churches; ono, 1, graded and high school. Three, 3, miles concrete sidewalks, and good streets. tai- n- Acres II mile frirn It v.iittlon.oii rurnl route (lood triune ilwolilnc: a rooms mill vernnilii: (rood Imrn :iOx&o: ti'ii.uil Iiouhbj l37ncTfi umtiT ulow; luoiicics knios; Hjiicris in tltniHT woll wiitiTKl, clvcm und ponds. n. to.0btfbv.-- l cor,, und OH pounds tobacco tn ucru. (lood clover bind lays wiivy to levid location Ittt-t- t und tn onu or tho best nclKbliorliooui In tho county. I'rlco jl.'JOD;1 cash Turiiison ini'iinci' 1 miles fn m rullrond, No 2 3ix) 1 ,ul-'r- Fine home Farm Nn ? miles from colleRe. ISJ iicrus In tlio otlierj 121 acres n mil.) from llnnliiislnirii; loo ncros O Two tractt-1- 00 H llirne.l; mile of King wood " Hour ;iimpn';oinimllcfronicliool-licnite- E locited un the rullroaJ Nn I (1 W mllo from Wvibttor. Rood burn M and crib, rcason.ibly uodliiuu; well wmer- il, outlet on every side 1'ortlou of II, I. Kurtz farm Price fcl.OCO acres, good and lovol land. . Nn .Rooit kirns nil liindclPiirurt, well located; .1 minis from Irvington. I'rlco 1,300 ': I? --' This farm has tho following advantages to Irvington and Louisville: Within ten,10,minutes walk to business section of Irvington. Within five, 5, minutes drive to market. Ideal place for tiuck-faror dairy to supply a long needed want of Irvington, or milk can bo delivered in Lotiisvilo at 7:40 a. m. Concrete sidewalks within twenty-live- , 25, yards of farm. .Good level road to Irvington. m ucrL" ,vlnK I" a valley; 5 I3 of ul.iv: soliuul, l Nn roomdwollliigandhalljStenant land houses, targe tobacco barn; 2ft miles South Wood Stock Kiirm. ,V. acres; woll of Kirk. M mile- from vmooi well watered, a Nf ImproMd dwelling; stock burn. .springs near barn; on Uuralltoute. Grows wheat, tobacco, com, c'ovur, ui.d 1'Wacrvs, level; all can Kruss. tii miles from Irvlnition on rural Nn Id. cultivated; IK0 good dwellings; le 3 3 route. This land li a little rollliu' but does feed barns, hi rot wasb. Price rlitbt Jno. II. lliibliiiRe, Sample. Eas tobicco barn; 3 ml.us froji terms. Cloverport, Ky. "? Nn tnllu graded cmnty j Uinilo KQod 10l ,l,'rcS ' mllo from Huron, Meade i - t If you are looking for a small farm closo to a good town and a good school, do not fail to bo on hand August 17. largo farm with A No 1 land und close to a good church, school, and town, be sure to buy this place as a wholo. a If you are looking for e, Sale will take placo on said farm. Term;.: ono third cash, ret in ono, two and three years. I will bo glad to furnish any further information concerning this land to any ono upon request. HoautlfHlly Mn C " live town. located ono wllofr.m 100 acres prctlculiy ad level land, unimproved; g od fencing. Ideal snot for dairy farm, i'rlco reasonable. ntltuJno.li lMibiKeClovtriidrt, liy. ,1H Nn ' Ci cock cres located near liuUes, Han i,1" timber; county; li) acres under plow 71 acres well watered; plenty ot fruit; ilroomdwelllni?; barn 40xto; 40 level, rest rolUiiR. (lood lunj for tulmcco corn, wheat and clover. It Is a bantam ut Jl.MW. tJUOcusb, balance easy pnymems 15 acres Nn 7 itood level mile South of Uv)ckvale, land. 4 room dwelling tenant I ouse mid necessiry outbuildings. School houso and elimoli In 3j0 yards. 1'ricu Jl.t50c.ish. ft " acres. 3 m les from Kirk, dwell-isinj lj story 0 rooms mi jKircb. good well, sm.il, toimiit liou.se, good b.tinuiid and siiililt. Kood orchard. s 1 175 acres 1 tnllu Kast of Ulon IT rvU ICJ I),,,.,,, irood. strntii? limn utyinu nun, w.iieruiiuy wensanu springs, on good county road, near good school and churches. New tobacco barn co tl,aw, 3 stock barns, good tenant b iiiso,, line clover and grass land. I'rlco l, 100. nv. Nn list l;,i acres located 1 tnllu north of McQuidy I'rlco $2,000. K cash unco in yearly payments. lu I statenf cultivation well Improved; good orchard; woll watered; an Ideal place. I'rlco ilO.000; H cash, balance on easy payments Nn 7 acres located best farms In nv..section. This Is ono ot tho near Irvington j Under high that 'i j v. fl.000. I R -- M ,icrts JK mllus from llardlns- -' Wm u burg, county seat: well Improv- d; ime or the be.t farms In thecounty. I'rlco E. H. JOLLY, 402 Walker Building, Louisville, Ky. BUNCH OF Mrs Rob Cates, of Louisville, has returned home after a visit to Mr. an.il Mrs. G. N. Lyddan. $"? 3(UI Nu cr.s, annus fro.. Ou.ki ., W"" 3 miles irom Irvlngtin; well watered: layMWo I; good young orchard; good timber ;ourunl route; school house fow yards fro n house: lmuro'ements; god four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: tw good turns;b rn and tenetit homo and cistern back In the held; u.e it and hen house; wood shed; will -- elloueasy paymonis; plenty ofsui ill fruit. Puri her ptrtlcuiirs a idress J no D. llabbage, Oloverport, Ky '''or l'11 acres four miles-wes- t of uionueane, 3imiles from hr.mpli rallroid;ali fresh land; 100 acres In cultlva Hon;. acres In grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tibicco lu neighborhood; plenty lasting wuter. woll at door of dwelling; log dwo ling, 'J rooms and .side room good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant nous m P enty of gol timber for farm purpos i good land to do ir. I'rlco it cash. MOM $2 i"w" The Cause of Many-SuddeDeaths. n There is a disease prevailing in this The congregation of the Presbyterian RVINGTON NEWS church are putting down a concrete country mostdangerousbecauseso decep i ri obi tive, .uany sudden walk in front of the church and also in deaths are caused by it heart disfront of the manse. ease, pneumonia, Paragraphs Mrs. Katharine Wimp, ot Owen,sboro, rr"TTt NvJviltf Forty Interesting heart failure or apoplexy are often About A Hundred People You is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John R. the result of kid Wimp. ney disease. II R Are Interested In -- What They Mr.and Mrs. G. O. Bailey entertain- kidney trouble is allow ed toad vance Are Doing And Where They 'ed Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Mattie Countryman, of Little Rock, and blood will at Payne An Mrs. Robert Crider. Ara Going-Squ- ire tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of ' or fediment in Miss Lillie McGlpthlan, who has been tlie bladder, brick-duOfficer With Ability. in Jacksonville, Fia., for the past six tlie urine, head ache, back hche, lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousmonths, is here as the guest of Mr. and ness, or the kidneys themselves break WEDDING. ER Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result Misses Martha and Josephine Newfrom a derangement of the kidneys and Miss Clar Hook, of Louisville, who man and Miss Margaret Kelly, of Haw better health in that organ is obtained hus been the guest of her aunt, Mrs esville, spent Thursday as guests of quickest by a proper treatment of the kidcorrects inability to Thos. Blythe, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington and neys. Swamp-Rohold urine and scalding pain in passing it, family. Mrs. Mattie Countryman, of Little and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through Mr. and Mrs. Rutus McCoy, of Rock, Ark., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ' places. have been visiting Mr. and the day, a.id to get ap many times during Robert Crider. the night. The mild and immediate effect Mrs. Louis l Jolly and Miss Eliza- Mrs. Julius Sipple. of Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy McQUADY Miss Nell Louise Ditto, of Louisville, is soon roafiyed. It stands the highest bebeth Claire Jolly are spending a fortcame Saturday afternoon for a ten days cause of its remarkable health restoring night at Crab Orchard Springs. properties. A trial will convince an) one. Swamp-Roo- t Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen and Miss visit to her aunt, Mrs. Sue C. Jolly. is pleasant to take and is Misses Margaret and Marcella and Eliza Piggott are visiting in Louisville Miss Ditto is just returning trom St. sold by all druggists in size bottles. You riiay have a Frank, of Owonsboro, who have been Louis and Springfield, Mo., where she Albany. and New was the guest of Mr. and Mrb. Robert sample bottle and a book that tells nil visiting here have gone to Tarfork to about it. both sent free by mail. Address, liss Marv Katharine Wimp returned , f...-f,nm iuintuiiv4iib 'ff. ..,!.. .. tiliciuuuu livj.il TT,l.I..I1lo Hardardaway and Mr. and Mrs. John Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, N. Y. spend a few days with relatives UUay Mr. and Mrs. Ma'colui O'Brien ara When writing mention reading this genD. Hardaway. where she was the guest of her aunt, erous offer in this paper. Don't make the proud parents of a baby girl, Anna Mrs. Warren B. May and son, of Mrs. Bailey Waller. any mistake, but remember the name, Marcella. Mont , have returned to Swamp-Hooand don't let a denier sell W. J. Piggott spent Friday in David Ciews received painful Injuries Brandenburg after spending ten days you something in place of Swamp-Roo- t if you do you will be disappointel. Saturday while working on the railroad here with relatives. The Womans Missionary Societies of near Rock Haven. Mrs. I. M. Herndon and Miss Eva the Presbyterian and Baptist churches, Carrigan spent Monday in Uuston as is a charming visitor at the country Warren Purcell left Monday for were entertained by the Missionary guests Louisville. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyddan. of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell. Society of the Methodist church at tho Mrs. David Potts is at Garfield visit Miss Gladys Hensel, of Louisville, is There will be an unusually interest home of Mrs. W, J. Piggott Tuesday ing program for the next meeting of the spending a portion of her vacation here lng her daughter, Mrs Ltna Sandbach. After the program, in afternoon. School Improvement League which as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. T. which members from each society took FriOne of the most common ailments serv- will be held at the School building part, delicious refreshments were that hard working people arc afflicted day nfternooon, August 0 at 3 o'clock. Mrj. Arch Pulliamand daughter,Miss ed and a delightful social hour was with is lame back. Apply ChamberCome and join if not already a mem- Ida Pulllam, are spending several days spent. lain's Liniment twice a day and masber, if so bring a new member. We in Louisville and Cincinnati. Geo. Herndon has returned to Nash- wish to raise our enrollment to one sage the parts thoroughly at each apMiss Mary LaRue Beard, of Hardins- plication, and you will get quick relief. ville after a visit to his parents, Mr: and hundred members. burg, is the guest of her uncle, Mr. For sale by all dealers. Mrs, Hate Herdon. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Newman, of Cairo, Winfield Hendry and family. llerschel Kirk, of Richmond, Ky., is III , having spent' two weeks here as From Muffett's Pen. Miss Mary Durie Ilsronls spending a spending several days in town as the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. guetit of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Ater and Bate Washington, left for home Friday. week in town as the gue it of MUs Virginia Head. other friends. Thousands upon thousands stray from Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weaver and The marrlsge of Miss Willa Jeanneta the golden street of Opportunity into Miss Mary Etta Cain, of Louisville, children, of Louisville, who have been who has been the charming guest of visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington Drurv to Mr. James Skillmau Younger the thorny path of Failure and g on will be solemnized at the First Baptist and on until they reach the great City Mits Mary Alexander, hus returned have returned to the city. church Thursday evening August the of Discontent, where Success is a home. Mr, and Mrs, Cornwall returned Sat- eighth at 8:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr stranger and Poverty is a welcome Mrs. Anion Kincheloe and children, of urday afternoon from a vWt torehtlves J. T. Lewis, of Pordsvllle, will be the guest. Muflfett. Walk Walla, Washington, were hero in Louisville and New Albany. They officiating clergyman. Miss Nell KathThursday as guests of Mrs. C. S. were ucompanted home by. their neice, leen Smith will be maid of honor and Tobacco Crop Is Goqd. d. .Miss Litiuu Tur tier, who W4il be their the bride's only attendant: tho 'best Mrs. Chas. Hawes and daughter guest for a fortnight. man will be Mr. Orvllle T. fikillman, of R. M. Crenshaw was in town Satur,v returned from a visit to relatives i Cloverport, who will be Mr Younger's Dr. and Mrs. L. U. Moremeu are at day and said he has a good crop of to Ownsboro and Lewisport. in only attendant. The ushers will be home from Princeton, Ky. Mr. George Younger, of Louisville; bacco and gopd prospects for fine Hiss Virginia Calloway, Miss Sue Miss Virginia Hawes, of Osvensboro, Mr. David R. Murray, of Miss Mary Alexander and Dandy, Evansville; com. He is assisted on his farm by his is visiting her brother, Mr, Charles Mr. Harry Conulff and Mr, Kendrick son, Thomas Crenshaw. Mew. Rob Lyoas, Wilbur Parks and family, Jolly, The couple will leave late Herbert Lyons spent Tuesday on au Hawes and MIm Josephine Hertuan,of Louisville, Thursday evening for a three week's We Can Print That Picnic Bill 'excursion to Rock Haven. ip v- -i "Tlrr IN st DRURY-Y0UNG- ot Clo-verpo- wedJing journey after which they will Model make their home iu West Point, Kv. 20 One of the best kept and most atWithout in town is that of Mr tractive yards change of and Mrs. Albert Schindler iu Maple mechanism it A most luxurious border of street. You can buy no better gun handles .22 short. Howers surrounds the yard, while the grass is perfectly free of weeds ami for target work and all long or cartridges e kept closely cut Our town needs more small game up to perfectly. The deep Ballard m&Mi such beauty spots rifling develops maximum power and 200 yards. JTtA&.OlS Miss Willa Jeannetta Drury d accuracy and adds years to the life of rifles. The wild lop ii protection from Jrfective ctriridgn preentt powder and her girl friends on Tuesday from brtrji blown bk. The nde never leti elected (hell from four to six o'clock. afternoon your bead nd allow auiclr. accurate repeat iholi. With limple lakr- construction, removable action parti. leait parti of any .22 it ii dw Squire Matt Payne is an officer of 'he quickest and easiest to clean. A great vacation nne. Ask any gun dealer. Trie 136 pare 7ffart't catalog old school, one who'sees his duty and is fry "777 will help yoa vWide what nne Co. ariifi best frit, noi afraid to enforce the law. In the 4 Willow Street New Haven, Conn. Send J tw.s far it trial of a party of negroes and HBuX3SZSi If rrwa.i, iTi whites who were up for a gambling carousal on Saturday night, Squire Payne fjned the five negroes J'.'O and costs and the white man $'25 and ten days in jail. A few more cases with an ending such as this may do much to break up some of Irvington's gambling m Marliit REPEATING RIFLE zzmp long-rifl- euter-taine- M?W ri JSr yourMividu-ldflile- f. sie firearms '' We Want Good Agents Clubbing, To solicit subscriptions and present our various Magazine, Map and Book Offers with THE TRI-WEEK- LY C0HSTIWT10N fifty-ce- nt one-doll- ar Monday, Wednesday, Friday, three times every week, almost a daily, -- Only $1.00 A Year With your own conveyance, you can work all the rural routes and small towns and rural communities in your sec- tion- . t, .. . $5.00 to $7.50 Per Day Can be made on this splendid proposition. Ad-kin- s. If you will write at once, you may be first in your field and secure big orders. Write for an outfit today. All agents' supplies are furnished free. Give good references. THE TRI-WEEK- LY CONSTITUTION ATLANTA, GEORGIA I jjj RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. b armor, tiro you interested? If so, cull on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and bavo him explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND I !j !r r TEiEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Unovsrporated.) COMPANY 1 m? - : - f BRECKINRIDGE 1 1 COUNTY f FAN Hardinsburg, Ky. 20, 21 and 22 1912 AUGUST Miuii wiwwmmu jiimiu mmmmmmummmmmmmmmmnmmmmiKmmmmTMmmmmmm 0 MERRY-GO-ROUN- Childrens Day Ljouisville Day Derby All August 20th Admitted Free D August 21st August 22nd ! Automobile Racing Day Extraordinary Attractions of all Kinds Liberal Premiums are Offered in Every Department Insuring a Big Display The Best BRASS BAND in this Part of the State IVIusic Attraction Treat MUSIC ALL DAY Come one, Come all, come and see your neighbor. Something doing all the time for both old and young. Everybody will be there; make the Breckinridge County Fair the best fair of all fairs. Special Trains and reduced rates every day. Trains stop at Fair Grounds. The Fair Association guarantees all of the attractions to be clean in every particular. CDon't forget the new drinking cup law; we can't .furnish cups at tanks but will have plenty of good ice water. There will be cups for sale on the ground. For any further information or premium list address o A. T. BEARD, HOE President HOE JNO. M. SKILLM AN, 30C o c Secretary HOE DC hoe: E ion ) oc HOE )C 01 HOE m I 3C HOE O BEWLEYVILLE Miss Mavme Stith, of Louisville, is How To Make spending two weeks with Mrs. Rose Blanford. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Piggott and son, of Irvington, came out to services Sun- Would You Change Your Name. Government Whitewash. Read Jolly's advertisement. of Hill day and joined Capt. Hardaway and G. V. Smith and family, Grove, were visitors of Dr. P.W. Foote Robt. E. Woods at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Blanford for dinner. Sunday. Mrs. Richard Ctrmnn and son, RobThe Misses Buchanan, of Chattaert, and L. G. Miller and family and nooga, Tenn., cousins of Kev. L K, May, accompanied him andihis wife and Miss Betsy Stith attended the Mission ary Rally at Cust r Sunday. attended services here Sunday. Capt. B. F. Uardaway, after an eight weeks tour through England and Scotland, on return stopped off to see his mother, Mrs. 15. A. Hardaway. He at tended services at the Methodist church Sunday and renewed many old acquaintances. He left Sunday niglu for Fort Mcl'herson, U.i R bert K. Woods, post master of Louisville, dropped in and was among the number of visitors here Sundav. It always does Bob good to get back on the old play ground where he lirit The Boat Trip to Cincinnati and Zoo, is on for Monday, August 12. Write or phone C, H Drury is you wish to jcin. People Make The Press. ''The American press reflects the life of all of us, of us We and it affects the life of all must all share the common task of raising slowly, steadily, courageously this life to a higher level of truth, of justice, of good will. We, the peotaught school. ple, make the piess what It is. The Fletcher Hlnaford and family, of press can help us to make it and all our Lebanon, are spending the month of national institutions more nearly what August with his father, Chas. Blanford they should be." AS if Vif GIBSON & SON, C. 1 Cluerpurt, LYONS, McQuady. Ki xv7v ) So many persons are dissatisfied with their names when they become grown In Farmers' Bulletin No. 471 on the and wonder why their, parents christenuse of paint on the farm, directions are ed them such horrid names. The quesgiven for several kinds of whitewash. tion is often asked: "What is in a We copy the following. Weather-proo- f name?" There is very little in the name whitewash for the exterior of buildingsi itself and the person can make the very .AT THE. pounds (1 ugliest name sound sweet to many. It fences, etc, (1) Sixty-tw- o bushel) quicklime, slack with 12 gal you do not like your own name, make 2) Two pounds yourself so lovely that others will love Ions of hot water. common table salt, pound sulphate of it because they love ,ou. zinc, dissolve in two gallons of boiling Year before last there was a girl in water (2) Two gallons skimmed Belmont College and her christian name milk. Pour (2) into (1), then add the was Fivcc i ts. When she was a litt'e PREMIUMS milk (3) and mix thoroughly. baby her father was disappointed that Lighthouse whitewash (1) 62 pounds the stork had brought to his home a Daily Races Free Midway (1 bushel) quicklime, slack with 12 galgirl instead of a boy and he said she lons of hot water. (2) Twelve pounds was not worth five cents. So he namrock salt, dissolve in six gallons of ed her Fivecents. That is still her boiling water, (II) six pounds (I) Port- name aud was so printed in the Belland cement. Pour (2) into (1) and mont Annual. The girl was so attracFarmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES tive that the name was attractive to then add (.'!). all the tnree hundred Bslraont girls who Alum added to a lime whitewash pre Foi Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address I knew her. MmM Mfe U. DENT, SECY. vents it from rubbing off. An ounce to In Africa very little children have no 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE. KY. B$ tlje gallon is sufficient. Flour paste names and when they are named, It Is answers the same purpose,, but needs always in reference to things thut hap have sulphate as a preservative pen or that are seen when the child is Molasses renders the lime more soluborn. A bo 's name that is popular is: Midsummer Astronomy ble and causes It to penetrate the wood GREATEST IN HISTORY. "Mang'nnda", meaning Master Playor p'aster surface; a pint of molasses to ful and another is: "Haridifuna", meanfive gallons of whitewash is sufficient. ing "Miss, they don't want me". Tenth Annual State Fair, Sept. To the editor of The Sun Sir: Dog Will Mark an Epoch. A pound of cheap bar soap dissolved days are reigning once more, the c"ity is With the greatest array of exhibits in a gallon of boiling water and added lu live stock its well as of nil other socially silent, and social life is regnant to about S gallons of thick whitewash in the country and by the shore. Asproducts of which the stuto Is famous tronomically our will give it a gloss, like oil paint. firmament of night is already guaranteed for the Kentucky ..uV .... oj.awnwnt aim 3jimuv;uiur us An old receipt for whitewash, issued year, It Is tho predic- the season of winter. Then we liming beheld ojlRe World StateofFair this charge of the arrange- King bv the lighthouse Board of the TreasT) those In tion Siriutatul the rest of the gloripus ury Department, said to be very good BEAD PICTURES ments that the exhibition to ho held galaxy; then we beheld the suns of night for outdoor exposure is as follows: Inclusive, sparkling and scintilanting through the the week of Sept INSTEAD ' will ho the biggest and best ever seen icy transparency of the atmosphere. Now Slack half a bushel of unslacked lime In the south or middle west and that the stars of winter have wholly departed, with boiling water, keeping it covered Siritrs ami Orion have set long since in It will mark an epoch Iu tho history during the process; strain it and add a agricultural and llvo stock exhibi- the evening sky; but, nevertheless, not a of few objects of firmanienUil interest are peck of salt, dissolve in warm water; tions. Not since the Kentucky State on exhibition. three pounds of ground rice put in boil-lu- g Fair was inaugurated ten years ago In the southeastward and southward water and boiled to a thin paste; Iiiik the same amount of Interest been King Jupiter represents the planets, a pound of powdered Spanish The World's Best Each Motrin shown lu the event as that being taken shining still brightly half nbove the constall- - j Cartoons from dallies and weeldlcs publUhed in whiting and n pound of clear glue, by the olllclals and the pub- ation of the Scorpion. Amid the Scor- - ' this country, London, Dublin, l.ris. licrlln, this year pion there gleams and glows a ruddy '. In warm water; mix these well Munich, Vienna, Warsaw. I)udapct, St. Peterslic spirited citizens of the state, Insurburg, Amsterdam, Stuttgart.Turin. Home. Lisbon. together and let the mixture stand for Zurich, Tokio, Shanghai, Sydney, Canada, and ing the greatest Fair, from aii artistic sun, Antares, while near or at the zenith V cities of the several days. Keep the wash thus pre South America, and nil the great 9,000 cartoons nnil display standpoint at least, lu the we ken blue Vega sparkling like a celes- - 3 world. Only the 200 best out of history of the association. tial diamond. Kastward of blue Vega $ month, are selected. pared in a kettle or portable furnace; each One of the most Important improve- there shines the large and symmetrical :I A Picture History ef World's Events Each Month ami when used, put it on as hot ns posments will be that of the enlarged Northern Cross, southeastward of which CAMPAIGN CARTOON 8 -Fsible, with painters' or whitewash campaign in Caktoons and watch ollow tho grand stand, which, when completed the oppostho there glitters the sun Altair ining parties caricature each other. Aquik. I brushes Farmer's Home Journal. latter purt of August, will bo twice the Westwardly YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $1.80- - SINSLECOPV 1S the giant sun Arcturus isik- - '3 size of tliu stand that has been used On dee umpl copy will be matted by titJreulnr thf II. ll.WINltoOlt. 3UW.WitluitoBbtit,ClIICAGJ to iKToinmodnto the crowds the past cending, night by night, following Reg- Only Ten Dogs. ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER four years. The new addition to the ulus and liis six starred sickle. Nort stand will bo of tho same concrete con- westwardly our old friend the Dip-x-- r ( The doc license expired the llrst of struction us the part now standing, and Ursa .Major) is revolving around l'a August and Friday, Aufcust the secwhen completed the stnud will bnvo a (the North Star), and nort Invest wan j. Heating cupuelty of B.00O people. ond, only ten Cloverporters had paid to against the background of the Milky the City Treasurer the annual doc tax we ken an eouallv old firttiaiueW v Paul Lewis, who holds this olllce, was mend, the constellation of Cassioue.T 111 last week and Miss Hoyser had to Charles Nevcrs ify I I take charge of the license books. Klttery 1'oint, Me., July 28 9 6 ...SEPTEMBER... I sj, 3 iu, jlx, x9 id, xa LIBERAL iyi 1 Kentucky State Fair OFFERED AttractionsClean LIBERATI'S BAND J. Mf 4, WOl j45S B M m 200 Cartoons Tel! More Than 200 Columns dis-solv- -- - c. W' Svibscribe v ' i AXaaftfjfelLttS&u. fc t?. .Vi. Jci. ,. fc .iiiA.V:. wmmmmmmmmmmmtn . ... .:Jjc,. L.i L Ml IHBHfcitAttfcaiiyiiWiHi .J