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PRESIDENT MYSTERY No. 6 OFEIGE STILL A O.K. FRED PIERCE GOES TO L. H. & ST. L. GENERAL OFFICE Prominent Citizen's Death,Great Shock To Business Circles ed or damaged. . And Wide Acquaintance Of amount of $15,000 And Burial who had losses. Friends-Fune- ral At All Eyes On Him At The Ball Denver Dam, Kv i Aug. 9. Fire, Of Tho Epworth League-N- ew which was discovered in J t Gentry's ElecGame Thursday Afternoon. Officers For 1912-191- 3 dry goods store at 1 o'clock this morngotten under control until ing, was not Win Hardinsburg Juniors ted Splenditi Report From had been 35,000 w rth cf pr Game From M. W. A's Fair Team Work- - Large Crowd wiped out and several buildings burny Fred Pierce, assistant ticket agent of this place, has gone to the gcn.oral ofllco of the Henderson Route in Louis- HEREF0R 0. S. Large American Flag Flying In Cloverport. To Attractive Young Men Sub-Statio- ville and Is In He will be succeeded the traffic department. here by Frank At Weatherholt. Insurance to tho was carried by hose mys- Entertain fd At Brown's. Crowd Attends. Entertained Tobinsport With Soldier Irvington Thursday. SIXTY-FIVE The origin of the lire is still a tery. i EARLY YEARS OLD Silver Cups For The Fair. The handsome silver cups that will bo awarded at the County Fair as special premiums from The Hank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company have teen purchased and are on exhibition. They are beauties. The contest Is as follows Best 5 pounds of Green River Tobacco, Cup valued at $10; Best 5 pounds of Home Trade Tobacco, Cup valued at $10; The lady winning greatest number of prizes in Floral Hal), Cup valued Irvington, August 13. (Special) Again the funeral knell bns sounded aud another soldier from life's battle front has fallen; his sword rests within its scabbard no mbre to be unsheathed in the cause of right, justice aud honor. All that was mortal of the late Camil lus McGlothlnn, of West Point, Ky., on Tuesday evening, August the sixth at 11:10 o'clock was called from this earth co Ken-tuck- y Mr. McGlothlati was born- - of parentage in Missouri October 2, 1810, being at the time of his death iu his 04th year. He had a large circle of Hardinsburg Juniors defeated Marion The Epworth League held, its annual election of olllccrs last Tuesday Weatherholt's Athletics by the score night for tho year of August I9I2 to 5 to 2 In a quiet game at the West End August mill. They arc as follows: Ball Park Thursday afternoon. A good Marion Denton, prosident; Miss Mil- crowd was out to see the contest as the M. W. A's are creating a good deal of dred Babbage, lirst Miss the great beyond. i friends and acquaintances in Meade, BreckenrMge and Hardin counties, auu whereWtnown was honored and his many sterling qualities. falling health required his Until his retirement from active business, he was prominently connected with the Louisville National Banking Co. and was also a director of the First State uanic or Irvington. During his life he held many positions of honor and trust. His funeral services were conducted here Thursday morning at 11:80 o'clock by the De Molay Commandery No. 12 Knight Templars, Col. Meffert officiating ana Barker Lodge No. 12g of West Point with Mr. V. J. Piggott of Bew-iniT.niitrp No. 228 as blaster of Ceremonies, with a large representation Hardinsburg, Stephensport and ,vfrc lodpes. His body rests in edarHill Cemetery, Irvington, Ken- , ation of ofllcers has not been set. Saturday, August the seventeenth. After tho business meeting adjourn The young people of that place are ed Mr. Denton, the new president, making extensive preparations for tiie Irvington, August 10. (Special.) treated the whole crowd at Brown's event. Mr. Robert Pierce is prssident Beautiful in all its appointments was and they had a jolly good time. and Mr. James S. Younger is treasur the wedding of Miss Willa Jeannetta er of the League. They are formerly Drury to Mr. James Skillman Younger, Leaguers of this city and the CloverBapNotice. which was solemnized at the First port Chapter wishes them great suctist church Thursday evening at 8:30 cess. o'clock. The l'rogreaives of Breckenridge Mrs, Walter I. Piggott presided at county are requested to meet Buy Property. at their the organ and previous to the arrival of respective voting places in each precinct Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pate purchased the bridal party, rendered the follow- in the county on Saturday, August the last Mondsy.the Boyd property situated ing program: 1912 at 2 p. m., aud elect a precinct in High street. Ghys I7, Amarylis chairman and forward report to me at Schubert past hminent pom- Serenade Doesn't Take As Many Fred ouce. Mozart Commandery of Andante from Sonata ander of De Molay S. P. Parks. Temporary Chairman, Tickets For Tripletts. Mrs. Nora H. Board then sang the night Templars, Sir Knights Prof. V. Irvington, Ky. Bartholomew and (Jol. Meffert, one beautiful solo "Ecstasy" by Mrs. H. A. II. Taylor Triplett came in from Laport, thrilling strains f the last remaining 16 Kentucky Col- - Beach, after which the Like Texas Better Than Here. Texas, last week with his wife and six anfonels, came down trom juomsvuie 10 of the Lohingrin wedding march children to see his mother and visit his services. They were guests nounced the arrival of the bridal party assist at the old home at Custer. Says he is getting HAS RETURNED HOME which moved up the aisles in the fol Mrs. R Y. Board, of Rosenburg, along fine, likes the country and cliM Mr. and Mrs. W. J. riggou. FROM THE HOSPITAL He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ma lowing order; Mr. David R. Murray, Texas, arrived last week for a short mate, enjoys good health and will reBesides the ot Evansville, and Mr. Kendrick Jolly; visit in Kentucky. She visited her turn in two months. tilda Brashear McGlothlan. Miss Pearl lloyd the oung daughter widow at his home are: MUs Miume Dr. Boone, of Cloverport, and Mr. brother, Mr. Ed. Foote in Owensboro When Mr. Triplet! came through the Hoyle, Miss Sarah Haynes and Rebecca Harry Conniff; the ribbon girls, Misses and her sister, Mrs V G. Babbage of depot gate at St. Louis he gave the of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd, who was Brashear Youngsr to whom Mr. Mc- Mary Helen Board and Katharine Cox; this city, who accompanied her to Ir- gateman two tickets for himself and operated 011 at the Jewish hospital in Elizavington to see their mother, Mrs. Sue wife and two for his six children. The Louisville a month ago, was brought Glothlan was as kind and loving as a Misses Ruby Haynes Hook and followed by Miss Nelle Foote. Mrs. Board is well pleased in father. The deceased leaves a will beth Hook; gateman said. "I beg your pardon, sir, home Saturday night and her little Kathleen Smith, the maid of honor and Texas and so Is Mr. Board and the two tickets are not enough for six chi- friends are mighty, glad to know that leaving his entire estate to his wife. inthe bride's only attendant, who entered family. While they have gone through ldren." The father answered: "They the operation was successful. An nlone. Miss Drury entered on the arm cyclones and crop failures, they have are tripletts, a ticket a set." cision was made on her left limb and Mr. Harris III. of her brother, Mr. Genrge E. Drury, come out prosperous and satisfied, and she will be able to walk soon. Harris is ill of by whom she was given in marriage and want to come back to Kentucky "just Magistrate George Legal Matters' S. E. Wilson, Merchant typhoid fever. He has been missed was met at the altar by Mr. Younger to sec their home folks." Mr. Foote Atty. V. G. Babbage will draw your town for sometime and his friends and his best man, Mr. Orville T. Skill travels in Texas and visits Mr. and from S. ET. Wilson, a former Insurance man,-o- f Cloverport. Mrs. Board quite often, and she came deed, contract, or any sort of written man, has opened a grocery and notion trust his illness will not be critical. The bride wore a full bridal costume to Kentucky with him on nis return lnstrument,and take tho acknowledgeon the hill. He is an agreeable ment to same. Can sell a house and store satin trip1. duchess of ivorv white business man and will be largely patronHandkerchief Shower lot or piece of land for you If you want with court train and made slightly em it done. S:e him or write to him ized. pire, the bodice draped with shadow- Farewell Reception Mrs. Hoffious Bshen gave a hand- lace and ornamented with crystals and now. Mrs. Bowne's Reception. kerchief shower Saturday afternoon seed pearls. Her full length veil was Excellent Work On Tuesday afternoon from 4 until 6 for Miss Mary Jarboe. The house was draped from a small coronet of orange Mrs. Edward Bowne gave a reception ecorated in yellow and white and was blossoms and she ca'rried a shower o'clock, Miss Willa Drury gave a fareTho correct designs, the best quality arranged for the occasion. well reception to her girl friends at and perfect workmanship is given in Thursday morning in honor of the marbouquet of bride's roses aud lilies of the riage Anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Irvington. The house was decorated the printing matter at the print shop John C. Jarboe and in compliment to The dining room table had an enor- valley. golden-glofrom wedmous centerpiece of Every her sistei, Miss Mary Jarboe, who will of Tho Breckenrldgo News. The maid of honor, Miss Smith, wore throughout In green and pink(the ding colors), and refreshments were farmer, professional man, bachelor be married to Mr. Donaldson this mornwhich Miss Jarboe drew twenty-fiva charming shepherdess costume of sea exquisite handkerchiefs. Miss Mildred shell pink crepe de chine elaborately served In the dining room. maid, business woman and commercial ing. The guests were received by Mrs. "Babbage assisted the hostess iu receiv trimmed in lace, crystal and pearls, and Wednesday evening she had the man should use station- - Bowne, Mrs. Jarboe, Miss Jarboe and ing and Miss Virginia McGavock pre- - carried a shower bouquet of sweet peas. members of her bridal party as dinner cry, including statements ana corres Mrs. Sallie Moorman. Miss Irene JarCovers pondence cards r00 printed "Success' boe served grape juice from a punch sided at the punch bowl. Delicious Mr. an Mi's. Younger left later in the guests, before the rehearsal. and cakes In the special colors evening for an extended wedding were laid for: Misses Willa Jeannetta envelopes for $1.50. Write for further bowl filled with a large cako of ice on ;ices which werespriga of mint. Nelle Kathleen Smith; Messrs. prices. 'vwere served. journey east, after which they will be Drury, The dining table was lovely, lighted James Skillman Younger, Orville l at home at West Point, Ky. with candles and the center piece was; a An Old, Old Number. . Missionary Society. Among the out of town guests were: Skillman and Dr. Boone of Cloverport, beautiful bride's cake, prymiad in Evansville, Harry Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skillman, of Clover- David R. Murray of Edward Gregory, who has always shape, with a white satin tree for the Conniff, Kendrick Jolly: Mr. and Mrs. had a hobby for collecting ancient top piece. The cutting of the cake was The Missionary Society of the Baptist port; Mrs. Hugh Conley and Master It. B. McGlothlan. newspapers and magazines, has a copy very exciting aud the ring was never met with Mrs. Marlon Weather-ho- lt Hugh Conley, of Douglas, Georgia: church of The Youth's Companion printed in found. last Monday afternoon and In spite Mrs. John Berry, of Nashville, and Miss Edith Plank cut tho In Kentucky March 1807. It Is only four pages, but darning needle, Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of the threatening weather about the Mrs. Chas. Mullen, of Blackell, Okla. Is filled with the same style of read- Jr., the thimble, Miss Louise Babbage, time. to assemble, there was a good atJ. Llghtfoot Miller was here from ing matter. tendance. In the aDsence of the PresiBuried Sunday. the bachelor's button, nnd some one cut Mississippi Thursday to see his sister, dent, Mrs. Skillman, "Mrs. Oelze, the the dime without noticing and It was Mrs. Miller Mrs. George Bentley. Review Each Day. Vice President, presided. The ladles left on the plate. The at tides were put colored man, died and son are.ln Owensboro for a visit Arthur Miller, will serve the coffee at the Masonic was made in If nt the close of CHch day we would In the icing, which Society has early Sunday morning from iujurieB re- to her sister, Mrs. J. N. Alsop, and on I'' barbecue Thursday. The He fell asleep account of threatened sickness In the review the blessiugs God is bestowing flowers. On the cake were the dates done a fine work the last year and will ceived Satuulay night. the shops aud south because of the overflow, may upon us, we would surely be ashamed 10ia and 1877, nnd Its beauty and have a fine report to make at the an- on the railroad tiack near burial remain In Kentucky during the sum- of our selfishuess hi rendering unto Him mytery and deliciousness was quite nual meeting at Walnut Grove August the train ran over his bide. The the poor returns we do. was held Sunday afternoon, mer. Hancock Clarion. Interest In town. Sawyer, second Walter Welsenberger was watched Miss Lcouora McGavock, Mrs John A. enthusiastically from the grand-stanthird Ross, fourth Marcus when he played short stop between M.ller, treasurer; Earl Bonier, secre- second and third bases. He is as quick tary; Miss Lula Severs, planoist and as a Ilea and rarely ever missed catching a ball that came his, way. In fact, Epworth Era Agent, ltosn Sippel. A splendid report was given from he stopped score after score that would tho team work campaign by Miss Lula have been made by the Hardinsburg Severs, tho general. Marcus Miller had Juniors. Really, the winning team was raised $2 10, the largest amount given too big and too old to play with the M. at $5. in by any of the ten captains. Miss W. A's. Miss Hallle Brown, Miss Isabcllo Mamie Dellaven turned in J.00 from Hendricks, Moorman Ditto, Claude Miss Aliene Hardaway, of Bewley-villMiss Hardaway wrote a beauti- Morcer, Franklin Kincheloo and Mr. ful lettor to the League Fred Pierce Hendricks, of Hardinsburg, attended reported $1.50 from his team. The oth the game. Wedding Beautifully Solemnized er captains, Miss Nolte, Miss Susette Sawyer, Mr. Eldred Babbage, Miss League Carnival August Last Thursday Evening In Louise Babbage, Miss Mary McGavock, Seventeenth At West Point Nelle Smith Miss Francis Sawyer, Miss Jeannette lrvington--Mis- s Burn, are working to raise $10 each The Epworth League of West Point Orville for their teams. The date for Install- - will give a big Maid of Honor-- Mr. carnival at that place Francis t; vice-presided vlco-presldo- Mr. and Mrs. Wood Weatherholt gave an elegant dinner Sunday in compliment to their son,WaIlaco,of Indianapolis, was spending his vacation with them. Drs. Boone and McDonald and Paul Lowis of Cloverport and Forrest Polk were guests. Cannelton Enquirer. n Hearts. May Be Here For Several Weeks. Two Recruiting Officers Have Charge ROBERT MATTINGLY OFFICER DRMUNGER e. Skillman Best Man. . "Men Wanted1' in huge white letters Virgil Bsbbige returned home from on a dark blue Hag, and a big American Bloomfield Saturday night. He will be flag are waving from Dr. Simons' plllce here until he returns to Kentucky Uni- where the United States army recruit versity, Mr. Babbage is very enthusi- ing olllce has been stationed for an inastic over the agricultural course he is definite time. Robert Mattingly and taking at college and has been on a J, Bishop are the officers and receive farm this summer getting the practical applicants for first enlistment. Capt. Nathan J. Shelton was hore several side of it. days ago to make arrangements for the He will return soon to see what success has been attained JARBOEDONALDSON and to determine how long the station will be open. This year is the beginning of the Wedding Will Be Solemnized second enllstmen of otllccr Bishop, who This Morning Before Nine was in the olllce when the station was O'clock At The Home Of The visited by the Nows representative. "I wouldn't advise any man to go In Bride's Parents, Of This City the army unless I knew the life was all right for that man," he said Monday. With all kinds of army postors,flags, Tho wedding of Miss Mary M.Jarboo and Mr. Hugh Barclay Donaldson, government stationery, uniforms and will take place at the home of her caps stacked up around him, officer parents, Mr. aud Mrs. John C. Jarboe, Bishop seems as happy as a kid at this morning. The Rev. Mi. Cottrell, home just playing soldier boy. He 19 pastor of the Cloverport Baptist a Knoxvllle man. Ofllcor Mattingly is the son of Mr church, will officiate In the marriage ceremony, which will be said at ten and Mrs. Bob Mattingly ot this city.. minutes to nine o'clock. All of the ap- He has charge of most of tho advertispointments and decorations will be ing for man. posting bills in Ha will drive over v r .simple and the gues's will be just and public places. tne relative s mid close friends. Mr. the county and a'so work Tobinsport. a news-- a Donalds .n wH take nhn.ldfnoith.fcr Mr- Mattingly appreciate s un- nolo lo ' will leave on tne PaPer anl1 bridal tour and Jiev limited He is a young man who shows ten o'c.ock tram this u.orning. is making good His energy and Mr lfercla accompanied Mr. Don-.h- e temperate haolta will, no dounc. secure Miss foni Gow'lni: aii- -i l,n continued prom tuus w.th Uncle 'a in Donaldson and Mr, Sam. are lion lor the wedding sub-statio- Likes Agriculture Study. n. post-olllc- es ! - . "' I I LeR-,yRam- p I "OUR fi-i'- u FAIR" We kindly call the attention of c of our fair, the ladles to the tne floral hall, ami solicit them to aid. and make this the bannor year in this dipartuntit. K'ndly forArd exhibits to M'ss 'largiret Ahl, in Respectfully, charge. A T. Beard, Pres. Spoon r, A Century Old. a Jerry Tilford has , by his grand-fatheJ. M. Tilford, 1811. It is over 100 years old. Mr. ford prizes it very highly. silver spoon mnde in Til- Just Like He Used To Be. Thos. Rogers, of Clarkson, Grayson county, was over at his old home, Glen Dean, attending the Masons barbecue. He seemed very much at home, had off his coat, sleeves rolled up helping tho boys out. Everybody was glad to see him. w e well-print- ed t Notice. Having acquired all the remaining plots on the Breckenridge Addition at the Western end of town, I shall have nn office by the end of this week on the ground and shall be pleased to see there anyone wanting a house and show them sketches, plans, etc. R. T. Exshaw. Cheaper Way Perhaps. "Get a nlcklel's worth of sandpaper aud that will clean knives and forks aud skillets just as well as Snpolio and. last twice as long," said an economic 'f have beta, r recently. raised on Sapollo,'' answered Young Miss Cloverport Housekeeper, "aud I can't get over It." house-keepe- 11 ttkh. . E. H. Jolly's Auction Farm Sale Aug. 17th Sec Advertisement in this Paper on Page 7 iThe 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 R. Y. MAXEY, SIX BIG Principal chnlr-tnnn. Hardinsburg, Ky. ...SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. OAYS; WEDNESDAY, 8 KPT. 11. LoiiIavIIIo dny Indlnnn dny. W. O. J lead, mnyor of Loulsvlllo, SIX BENIGHTS Sept, 9-14 a Big Week al Kentucky State Fair. SPECIAL OCCASIONS FIXED. Certain Dates Set Apart For Members of Various Fraternal Organizations and Their Societies and Other Friends The List as Arranged by the Committee In Charge, While every tiny during the week of wilt be one the Statu Fair. Sept. on which the people of Kentucky and the surrounding states will he given the glad hand hy the management. Secretary Jaine.s I,. Dent, In keeping with past custom, lias set apart each day and night as special ones on which residents of certain sections, members of various fraternal and secret socle ties and their friends can attend the Fair and feel more at home on account of such a.ssoflation. Fred W. Keisker, an original Stato Fair booster, has been named by Secretary Dent as general chairman of the special days and nights committee, and he has associated with him as special chairman for each day and night well known business and professional men, guaranteeing that those who attend the Fair on any of the special days or nights as a compliment to the various organizations will be well cared for. Following Is the list of special days and nights as arranged for by Secretary Dent and Chairman Kelsker: MONDAY. SIUT. 9. 's Governor's day educational school clill-(lien- Adnm Holmbcrgcr, Now Albnny, Ind., chairman. TIIUHSDAY, SKIT. 12. All Kentucky dny press day. E. D. Hlilnnlrk, Shelbyvllle, Ky., president of the Kentucky Press association, chairman. rUIDAY. SEPT. 13. Fraternal dny. Ky., D. II. Klncheloe, aladlsonvllle, chairman. SATUHDAY. SHPTEMUKIl 14. Boosters' day, D. II. O. Rom;, chairman. SPECIAL NIGHTS. Charles II. Norton, general chairman. MONDAY, SEPT. 9. Woman's clubs night Mrs. Charles P. Weaver, chnlrniun. Tho Times night H. W. Brown, chairman. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10. German-America- n night Louis chairman. The Anzelger night II. V. Colin, chairman. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 11. night W. J. O'llearn, chairman. Tho Herald night W. K. McKay, chairman. TIIUHSDAY, SEPT. 12. Military night-Colo- nel J. Tandy Ellis, chairman. Courier-Journnight Harrison It, Robertson, chairman. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13. Business men's night Major John II. Leathers, chairman. Tho Post night Qoylo G. Boyle, chairman. SATUHDAY, SEPT. It Boosters' and farewell night Dr. Bon I Bruner, chairman. Seel-bnch, Irish-Americal Candidate Jim Tom Jones Who kecra for Taft'or Wilson, and who kcera for Teddy 11.? WIio'h cryin' over Bryan and tho way ho gives a BIG DAYS e jar And To old Champ Clark of Bowliu' Green? who .lim Sherman bo, Or that there Marshall feller, hain't of me. I'm Jim Tom Jones of Caney Creek, And hain't nobody's fool; But I'm here to stato I'm a candidato For township constabule. ' Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS Daily Races OFFERED Clean Midway Free Attractions This tariff question cuts no ico at all in my campaign; And these hero trusts that Teddy busts jest simply gives mo pain; The sacred cause o' labor never keeps nic up o' nights, And I hain't bothcrin a bit about the people's LIBERATI'S BAND Farmer Boy3 School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES (L For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address J. U. DENT. SECY. 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE. KY rights. I'm Jim Tom Jones of Canoy Creek; Aly platform's in by bat, and out And I'm constabule jest that. For I'll let these liafalutin sharps around tho county seat Do all tho Habbergastin' r Would You OCICLUIIg Throw Away $1,000? A Texas Wonder. 'bout thecostof things The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all inegularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troub les in children. If notsold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is two month's treatment and selc'om fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for .day. ProfoSHor IlurkMl.ilo Ilamlett, chairman. Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugProfessor K. O. Holland, vice chairman. gists. to eat. They all can run for Congress and for Governor and sich And toll us how we're trampled by phc predatory rich. ' The man who could save and bank $5 the month and don't do it is throwing away 6o the year the gross earning power of 51,000 11 a per tern, interest. Stnte investments which annually pay 6 per cent net are not so plentiful as they used to be. Why not start an account with us and conserve this "$1,000 earning?" You can open an account with a $5 deposit, or even less. Come in and let us talk the matter over. attention to the Sta-Ibility of the bank and its Willingness to cooperate with patrons in the development of their business. Our customers value and "bank on" our willingness and ability to assist them in every way consistent with safe, sound banking. Whether their account be large or small we appreciate their patronage. This makes a mutually satisfactory and profitable arrangement and for the future of both bank and patron. We shall be pleased to have you open an account with us. well-bein- SPlprtm(T Vmir DdHK Rani K've careful II I'm .Jim Tom Jones of Cuney Creek, ' cool, And I'm no opposition for the proposition With Of township constabule. g TUKSDAV. SttPT. 10. Farmers' day good roads dny. II. A. Summers, Kllzubethtown, Ky., chairman. Charles K. Marker, l'cmtuoke, Ky., vice chairman. FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvingt on, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier McQUADY Rev. Leslie Dellart filled Rev. pulpit Sunday. tlat-lin- I Was Courteous. Nick Longworth was saying the other day that the country is getting too much overrun with people who t?ke themselves seriously. And speaking of folk who take themselves serious'y, Nick related this one: There was a well known character in Cincinnati named Dan Kelly, who worked as conductor on a street car Among the people who rode on that line occasionally was a fashionable weman, the wife of a prominent citl zen She thought her name was one to conjure with, to say nothing of making men kow-toat the very mention of it. One day this woman became greatly peeved because the car was not stopped at the side of the street where she desired to get olf. &he askod the conductor if he would not have the car backed up so that she would not need to walk across the street in the blush. He told her he'd like to oblige and all that, but it was against the rules. 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Ono doctor Maid I must be opera Memory In Fishes. ted upon for a suriou fomato trouble and that nothing could help mo but an operation. A full caught with bait, if put back at "I had hemorrhages andstop times into Hit' water, suiittt the bait agaiu. them. could not get any medicine to Hut if a red dUk in fiiHtened above the I got in such a weak condition that I would Iwut the flbh takes note of It nnd con have died if I had not got reliof soon. "Several women who had taken your insets it with the sharp hook, so that Compound, told ma to try it and I did ufter a few tiuitss he will not touch bait and found it to be ths right medicino to surmounted by u red disk. Ills memory build up tho system und overcome Is uot clear etiouuh or developed in so femalo troubles. far that he dreads the bait, hut he has deal "I am now in groat to bo,bottorhoalth I the faculty of connecting the disk so I think than I ever expected 0. M. with the sense of palu. Harpe'-'- Week ought to thank you for it."-M- rs. CLlNB, 3. Main St, Brownsville, Jnd. Vegetable Com- ( &r s The undersigned, Assignee of the Two States Bank of Stephensport, Kentucky, under order of court, will, Miss Hallie Heatty was at Ilirdins-bur- g on Saturday the 17th day of August, 1012, at one o'clock P. M., on said day. Satin day. expose aud sell to the highest and best Mr. and Mrs. Silas Klmore and chil- bidder, at public outcry, in front of building, formerly occupied by the dren, of Tarfork, Were wet keud guests the States Bank, at Stephensport, Two Produce a Lighter and more Uniform Quality, family. of Mr. Owen Klmore and Kentucky, the following described Get greater results with less effort; want your property, The following young people enjoyed baking: to ho a satisfaction to yourself and a deA certain lot or parcel of laud on a social at Mr. Oweu Elmore's Saturday the West side of First Street in Stephlight to your family" night: Misses Phoebe Frank, Ella ensport, Kentucky, and beginning at the southeast corner of the Mrs R A. Sharp, Nora, Halite and Nellie Beatty, Shellrrau's lot on Firt Street; thence Hates, Lula Hruuifield; Messrs with the South line of Mrs R. A. Sudu Owen and Harry Bates, Paul Kulitt, Smith's lot in a westerly direction 107 It will do all this and more. Every sack guarJoy Heatty, Heruett and Roma Taul, feet to Mrs E. A. Blaine; thence in a anteed Kstil Frank, Roy Bill, James Mattlngly, Southerly direction with said line 25 feet to R. A. Shopman's Northwest Ora Wilson, Marviu Lyons, Guy Day, corner; thence with Shellman's North Lindsay McOaiy, Ollie and Andrew line in an Easterly direction IO7J4 feet to First Street; thence in a Northerly Ball. Lewisport, Kentucky direction with the West line of First School opened hete Monday uuder Street 25 feet to the beginning, being parts of lots Nos. 108 and IO9 as desthe able supervision of Miss Coral ignated assisted by Miss l'rancis town. in the plat or plan of said Rhodes. In addition to the above lot, on which Miss Gertie Mudd spent several das is loca ed the banking house formerly used by said assigned there will last week at Kingswood attending camp be sold a Mosler Safe, bank, loci-furtime meeting. niture and fixtures, which were used in Those who went from here lo Kings-woo- the conduct of said banking business. will be Said Sunday were Mrs. Mollie Dejar-nett- e arately,property the real first sold sepestate and perthat is and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ben sonal property will be sold separately, raw b ni iwe Delaruette aud sou aud Messrs Oweu and then as a whole and in which manner the larger sum is realized, the sale Kentucky Hates aud Ora Wilson. will be made. Mrs. Pate and sou, Garland, who The purchasor, or purchasers, will have beeu the guests of relatives here be required to execute bond for the tor some time, left Saturday lor their purchase price or prices, with approved becunty, due and payable in six months home in Louisville. from the date of sale, bearing interest Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Craycroft, of from date till paid at the rate of six per cent, annum. BUT THIS near Vine Grove, are here visiting her PRIVILEGEper Ol' PAYING CASH Mack Crews. parents, Mr. and Mrs. WILL BK ACCORDED THE PUR- Little James Franklin Lyons is on CHASER OR PURCHASERS. Said property is sold for the purpose the sick list. of winding up and settling the affairs A large crowd attended the picnic of the said Two States Bank. Jell llunihleton, Henderson, 5(00 TDK BANK OF HARDINSBURG & lieie Saturday. TRUST COMPANY, ASSIGNUK OF L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, 25.00 THE TWO STATICS BANK. One of the most common ailments that hard working people arc afflicted witn is lame back. Apply Chamber-Iain'- s "I was curea of diarrhoea by one at nlifht. This is soft, makes the hair Tissue Paper Curlers, Liniment twice a day aud mas- dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nutty and does not hurt the head to lie sage the parts thoroughly at each ap- and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E. on like kpl curlers. and you will got quick relief. Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa, Time is nothing plication, The best way to curl the hair about J by U For salo by all dealers. the face U roll it up on tteue p Subscribe Right Now. Utter. For r i IF YOU WANT TO IM PROVE YOUR BREAD, Then Use Lewisport Best to-w- it: Flour S4 LEWISPORT MILL CO. Whit-tinghi- ll , d H. E. ROYALTY w PERMANENT DENTIST mmm Hardinsburg, OFFICE OVER FARMERS' BANK Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association uk elw. mi tlfCmhiA - i . - ', I 4th Avenue and Market St. J I Q AHQN ft SflNQ INCORPORATED 4th Avenue and limHHI,iii 3 Market St. OUR ANNUAL AUGUST Clearance Satle NOW IN PROGRESS MAIL ORDERS GIVEN of every description will be priced ridicu- lously low so low that every vestage of Summer Goods will be sold. While this means losses to us, it will mean a gain to you. CUMMER merchandise PROMPT AND CAREFUL Make it Convenient to Attend in CWe, through your valued patronage, have had a tre- ATTENTION mendous spring and summer business and are anxious that opportunities afyou should now share in the money-savin- g forded by the sharp price reductions. ALWAYS THE BEST FOR LESS Railroad Fares Refunded ii . known for centuries. The Romans had their solariums in their villas, where tho inhabitants used to sit in the strong 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. hEZMX'JBXS MJ&ii&r,WfWJmsKU&VMy&r.yiiwsaKmF SUN BATHS CURE CASE AFTER CASE JANY Form of Treatment ILLS matism and gout. But it was not until Plenty More Like This In the Swiss Arnold 'Rikli took up the cause that the modern world really turned serious attention to it. Rikli was a sun fanatic and there can be no doubt that' he exaggerated the ellicacy of heliotherapeutlcs. Qe sides, he connected it with a number of other doubtful practices, such as vegetarianism and barefoot walkjng on wet grass. It is probable that the famous Lahmann Institution near Dresden has struck the happy mean between the fanatics on the one side and the old conservative school on the other. In Lahmann's sanitarium the effects of sun and air are scientifically combined and moderate gymnastics take the place of the recumbent llstlessness of tne ordinary sun bath. Berlin Is probably the city where one can see the sun bath at Its greatest popularity. Here there are associations for sun bathing. In the summer these people wander out to commons and heaths and other open places, put up a sort of shanty, and enclose a space on which the sun beats. Here they will lie in groups reading or sleeping or brushing off the Hies, and return toward evening professing perfect health. In tho Grunewald, near Berlin, at a place called EIchkamD, there is an establishment' of this sort on a large scale, and all along tho banks of the Spree and Havel, where the sun Is reilected from the water with greater intensity than elsewhere, one can notice little colonies of sun bathers enjoying themselves. m rays of the sun and be cured of rheu- THE OLD RELIABLE Increasing Baths Popularity-S- un In Have B jen Known For Centuries, But Just Recently Has Given It Serious V The World Attention. GERMANS THINK IT GREAT li i ft the holiday seathe son Germans, and especially Berllners, think a great deal of their health and how it Is to be recuperated after the exertions of the last year. Perhaps more than the members of any other nation they consider the hygienic side of their holiday, with the result that in every German summer resort of there are ooDortunities af-r .1.1 f an ouil& ui ajipuiimuutauurucu iui II Among these is the Sonnenbad, the sun bath, which is apparently growing in popularity and seems to have an increasing body of medical opinion in its favor. All that is required is the sun, and the sun's rays hitherto have been free and untaxed. It Is the simplest and perhaps the most harmless form of light therapoutics. The bathers must be protected from the wind and in a position open to the south; they recline on rugs, dry sand or heather. The head must be ed against the sun's rays and the position of the body changed every ten minutes or so in order to avoid too Strongly sunning any part of the body. A bath ought not In any case to last longer than an hour. The results are profuse perspiration, redness of tho skin, and in weak and sensitive persons dizziness, excitement and faint-lug- . With return of -- t- lt- The newest houses in the west of the city are supplied not only witn roof gardens, but also in a number of cases with solariums, and I understand that other cities are following the example of Berlin. A vast amount of ill health is due to impaired digestion. When the stomach fails to perform Its functions properly the whole system becomes deranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They will strengthen your digestion, invigorate your liver, and regulate your bowels, entirely doing away with that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Try It. Many others have been permanently cured why not you? For sale by all dealers. baths are especially resorted to In Germany in the cases of certain Sun forme of skin diseases, corpulence and a number of kindred ailments. Indeed, writes a Berlin correspondent of the London Chronicle, the fanatics of the . an tn rtuflnro thhath crnn.lt .acre is no disease which the sun, the healer, will not cure, or at least ivorably modify. Shu bathing, of course, has beea f.-i-r , - Scores of Cloverport people can tell you about Doan'h Kidney Pills. Many Cloverport, Ky. a happy citizen makes a public statement of his experience. Here is (i case of it. What better proof of merit can be had than such endorsement? L. V. Chapin, Cloverport, Ky., says: "I have used one box of Doan's Kidney Pillsand they did me a great deal of good. Last summer I was in bad shape with kidney trouble and seeing Doan's All Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. Kidney Pills recommended, I went to Fisher's Drug Store and got a box. In a short time I was cured and I have had no need of a kidney medicine since." LODIBURG If your back aches if your kidneys bother you, don't simply ask for a kidney remed- y- ask distinctly for Doan's D. E. Deacon, who has been in HanKidney Pills, the same that Mr. Chanibal, Mo., returned homo Friday acpin had the remedy backed by home companied by his sister, Mrs Collins. testimony. sOc all stores. Mrs. Ida Nottingham was the guest Co., Props , Buffalo, N. Y. ot her urotner, (Jnarllc Dutschke, of Stephensburg, Sunday. Miss Annie Lee Hardin will go the Save All Kinds Of Bottles. List of this month to St. Louis where sin has a position. She will make her One young lady of Cloverport has home with her brother, Alaska Hardin her pantry filled with the most attract- and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cashman are in ive glasses of jelly. She saved- - every Louisville this week, the guests of kind of a small bottle last year and their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Casey. put the jelly in it this season. Tho tiniProctor est bottles are lovely for jelly as It is Saturday. French was In Irvlnyton so often used in small portions, Of Jeff course, the bottles are thorouchlv day. Adkisson Was in Louisville Suncleansed with labels taken off and Krnest cleaned tops used over a layer of clean Louisvilleand Ilewett Oihsou were in Saturday. paper. G. R. French was in Hardlnsburg "Were all medicines as meritorious Saturday. as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, of Cloverdiarrhoea Remedy tho world would be port, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. much better off and the percentage of Wm. Keys Sunday. suffering greutly decreased," writes Mrs. Sam ISassctt. of Union Star, Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For visited hor sister, Mrs. June, Handy, salo by all dealers, Saturday. Mrs. A. Dutschke was visiting her Wouldn't Know He's A Preacher daughter, Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irving-to- n, last week. Charley Drury, of Bewleyville, was Robert Hines, the colored pastor of the Methodist church here, is a labor- the guest of A. M. Hardin Thursday ing man In every sense of the word, night, Mrs. Charlie Payne, Misses Myrta lie works with his hands as well as his mind and to see him any day except Heard, Nina and Annie Lee Hardin Sunday, one would not think him a and Mary Noble attended Children's preacher. He has built a new room to Day at Clifton Mills Sunday. the parsonage this year, has two garMrs. Henry Gibson was at Brandendens and never spends an idle minute. burg one day last week. Foster-Mil-bum BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits r Insurance! WMhwwMmwAmwwiWMM! Look Here! When You Want Life Insurance, Sick and Ac- cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. Lowest Rates of any Company in America. The L. C. TAUL, Cloverport. Insurance Man, :- -: Ky. AAMfe4MArt4MflfttfM THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wednesday. NEWS, THE CRY FOR THE FRONT PAGE. Scarcely a week passes unless a request comes in for an itotn to Every pngo of tho Breckonridgo bo put on tho front page "sure". and each pago is a number ono pago Nows contains live nowH-mattc- r, JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher Send Your Films Aristo Motto I believe permanency To Me I I . for all of our pages arc nirdo up tho 8amoday. It is a mistaken idea that people only read tho first pago Tho truth is they read ovory page possibly tho front first, but what is remembered best is what is read last. In other words "tho last shall bo first", so do not bo disCLOVERPOKT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AVGUST 14, 1912 appointed if your article docs not appear in tho first column. Wo often notico that somo persons read locals first and some nover read any except tho local column. Read tho entire papor, tho advertiseSubscription prico $1.00 ii year in advance. ments and tho paragraphs, then you will got all of tho pudding. BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, and fie for each additional insertion. APPLE RAISING CARDS OE THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rato of Talk about apples in Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Washington, 10 cents per lino. Cow- wo raiso right hero in Brcckenridgo, in Clovcrport, down in OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents por lino, money heel", just as big and as beautiful apples as these states can boast of in advance. and produce. Why wo do not raiso tho quantity is no. fault of tho Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso land. Tho success of apple raisinr,experts havo shown that it i9 in the notify us. planting, then the care and culturo. If you have tho courage to do go down in tho earth and dig, spray and prune, then that and-theyour apple harvest will be just as good as in tho far West. Lands that will bring foTth this fruit can bo bought for $5, .$8, 10, $15, $20 FOR PRESIDENT and .$25 per acre in Brcckenridgo county. WOODROW WILSON of New Jersey Woodrow Wilson's address was not a "political" letter, not filled with pet projects, not filled with what "I am going to do", but filled FOR VICE PRESIDENT with the measures the people can bring about and directing to them THOMAS 11. MARSHALL ways and means. It is a relish to read such a judicial and incisivo of Indiana address to the people. Mr. Wilson has a "seeing eye" -- an oyo that FOR REPRESENTATIVE can look through people, through corporations, through trusts and BUN JOHNSON tell them, without destroying them, what will make them better for themselves and for tho people. THE MESSAGES OF THE CANDIDATES. There are many persons, not subscribers, who continually expect . Mr. Wilson, Mr. Roosovolt and Mr. Taft,.havc each delivered a week and we wonder how many men have tho same favors of the newspaper as tho patrons of tho paper get. lenghty menace in the last lead all thice? As a rule, a Taft man will read' Taft's address and Our patrons come first. While wo havo never made any particular not Rocsevclt's, and a Democrat will read just Mr. Wilton's, and tho difference in tho matter of granting favors to subscribers and wo havo come to the conclusion that our patrons should Roosevelt man will rend only Teddy's. So the average man knows and there are three sides in the Presi- at least, bo given first choice and they shall havo it whenever it is in only one side of the question dential campaign of 1912. These men have all given their viows our power and knowledge. about international ntfairs of which wo know little, they havo discussC. M. McGlothlan is dead. A good friend, a good citizen and a ed the tariir business that few men ran explain or understand, they Alaska and tho Phillipines, and who over thinks good man is gone. Tho last tribute of lovo and respect was paid to havo told us about seriously of them? Teddy endorsed woman suffrage and so fow are him when his burial took place at Irvington Thursday. Tho services converted to that, and conservation they included and wo are not were beautifully conducted by tho fraternities in which ho stood to overly concerned about that in fact, few of us, especially the aver- high. age young man, can express a studied opinion about the making and Breckenridffe county people will bo glad to learn that Charlie unmaking of our constitution and the national questions of to day. Charlie Miller is to hold his place as Deputy Warden at Eddyvillo. ooo has been holding that position for several years and his One paragraph of the three speeches touched every man it did is a credit to his good work and attention to duty. not miss one who rend it and that was "the high cost of living". Every man knows something about that and wants a remedy. Each Miss Jane Addams, of Chicago, ono of the delegates-at-larg- o platfoi m promises substantial reduction, but after all, tho real re- from Illinois to tho National Progressive Convention, seconded tho duction lies with the individual. Mr. Wilson, Mr. Taft and Mr. nomination of Col. Roosevelt. Sho is tho first woman to speak as a Roosevelt have all said enougb in their first speeches already that if delegato in seconding a presidential nomination. Jfcaeh individual would we would do, would make us prosperous. not, as Mr. Roosevelt says "live in a fashion that his expenditure alSydney Brooks writes that Mr. Wilson is even better than his ways exceeds his income", then our community would bo prosperous. writings, we must nave a Democratic tnumpn in JNovcuioer, wo Mr. Tafttays that progress comet, from energy, coinage, restraint of must have the guiding hand of Mr. Wilson at tho head of our nation. appetite and of passions. ooo The Pro Tho Republican National Convention cost $90,000. gressive Convention cost $17,000. Teddy is making a fair start aldoes not blame the individual for tho high cost of Mr. WiL-o- u living he docs not tay that the extravagance of the people has caus- ready to reduce tho high cost of living:. ed it, but be suites that the trusts control the prices and that the A pleasure assured tho people at tho Masons' barbecue hero prices climb faster than we can push our earnings up. JIo blames is there will bo no popularity contests that aro becoming the "vast confedeiacies of corpoiations," as well as the the trusts, unpopular with tho people. Mid declines that laws must bo devised which will reform them in many ways. Mr. "Wilson says that the confederacies, at least, some Renew your subscription without beinir reminded or asked it are beMnnnir to tidniht their business to tho now standard nnd are leaves tho editor time and energ' that should be spent in making ovory changing their attitude. They see that what is right can hurt no issue a perfect number. man,that their own honor, their own intelligence is involved. You can't nt ford to experiment. I use only tho best brands chemicals and papor money tan buy EIGHT PAGES. n tho Keystone of Photographic Success, and all photographs delivered from thisstudio, aro nuido on this principle. Wo surround both with every safeguard known to chemical scienco nnd my own experience of fifteen years. Pictm-c- s Enlarged C. G. BRABANDT DEMOCRATIC TICKET Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in R Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations Screen Doors, Windows and Wire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. All Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order ON PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION BonWozry! - MIJBIr "" fllfeBk? BhFrjgr We con crfrertd iro vozzr r n Necro delegates to the Bull Moose Convention at Chicago say We all know how to do to bo prosperous especially after these thev run up against a Stone Crusher which ground them finer than three speeches. What we need now is a bull mooser determination Taft's Staam Roller. of our own to do what we know is best for ourselves and our country. Jesse Eskridgo says tho Progressive was tho most representative DOMESTIC DISHONESTY. convention ho ever attended. Of course Jesse wasn't at Baltimore. "When we speak of dishonesty, wo aro apt to think first of stealing or trying to get money under false pretenses, or not tolling tho The Bull Moosors seemingly aro tho only live Republicans in truth, but the more wo see into the life of people, tbo more wo aro Breckonridgo. convinced that this is the least common and tho less practiced kind of dishonest'. There is domestic dishonesty not being true to the BULL RAGE washer-womaCA1ENJELECTED For instance, we will want her to do tho family wash cents a week less than she is doing it. "Wo will comfor twenty-fiv- e plain at her prico and then go off to tho c:ty and pay a quarter or By The Democrats As Chairman Will Be The Most Exciting Feafifty cents for something that U not near so important as tho laundry ture Ever Pulled Off-F- ive Committee. Of Campaign or that isn't worth half tho prico and vory often our monoy goes for Entries-Lar- ge Crowds MakJudge Hager, Of Owensboro, when absolute foolishness. Aro wo honest with tho washor-wom- an ing Plans To See It. wo aro extravagant in other ways and complain at her work and Vice Chairman Louisville wo honest when wo try to make her and ourselves think chargo? Aro Headquarters. What will be as excittng to Hrecken-ridg- e that she is asking too much for her work? Tho only way a man or as the bull fights are to Spain, n woman can toll about the value of domestic labor is to got over the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 0. J. N Cam-do- will be the bull race that will be pulled wash tub, stand at tho ironing board, cook over a hot stove or run a of Vorsaillcs, was named as chair- off at the Breckenrldge County Fair next Tuesday. sowing machino every day. Then tbat man or that woman who man of the Democratic State Cam- to witness it. Big crowds will be there grumbles, who pays tho prico reluctantly for domestic labor, will paign committee at a joint meeting of The bulls will be mounted. There will be tim9 set will is rarely ovor over the Democratic State Centr&l and be from five entries. Thera, change and understand that no washer-woma- n 1 to 2 o'clock p. State Executive committees at the paid. Let us bo true to tho washer woman, let us save her as much Tyler last night. Judge S. W. Hager Roosevelt and Johnson us wo can, pay her with irratitudo, with consideration as well as with of Owensboro waB named as vice cents. dollars and chairman of the committee. A resoluThe new Roosevelt party met in nattion was adopted empowering the ional convention at Chicago the past the f hairman to name to other members week and unanimously nominated OUR COUNTY FAIR. consist of not less Theodore Roosevelt of New York and of the committee, Tho Brcckenridgo County Pair Association can hardly wait for than one porson from each congress- Gov. Johnson of California lor Vice next week as every plan has been perfected for tho splendid program ional district, and two persons from President. All negro delegates from state at large. He also is ior tho entire three days. Evory family in tho county will, no doubt, theselect a secretary for the authorized the south were thrown out and the con commit- ventlon was controlled by Mr. Rooseto "be represented, nearly every farm in the county will sond somo protee. Headquarters will be established velt. They adopted the Bull Moose duct, and tho association is delighted with tho prospects for success in Louisville, but the exact place has as the emblem of their party. of this year's fair. Tho grounds were nover prettier, there is no dust not been decided upon, Drury's Colt Show aud the place looks liko spring instead of tho hot month of August. Treats Tho News Force grand-stanin a comfortablo condition and will bo has been put Tho Chas. H. Drury will have his annual unusually pleasant for .the spectators. Indeed, no ono, who wants a The Breckenridge News force was colt and mule show at Bewleyvllle on Saturday to a lot of fine appels Saturday, Sept 7, at 3 p.m. A prem"Teal good time, ono of wholesomo enjoyment, besides ono of educa- treated by Mr.Charlie Smart. He said: "These ium of ten dollars will be given for the tional features and of industrial inspiration, will allow nox week to are for your folks here at the olllce," best colt, the get of Bourke Cochran. slip by without being there, dressed up and taking in tho sights. and they were enjoyed immensely. Chns. n. Drury. n. n, o o o Business You will have no uncertainty about votir business beiiiL' attended to after you are gone, if you MAKE OUK TRUST COMPANY the EXECUTORS of your will or GUARDIANS of vour children. We arc business men who will attend to your business in a responsible, business-lik- e way. An individual executor may die. Our trust company, even thouirh it lose an officer, will live. If you are worried about investments, NOW, come in and consult us. We can help you while you are living. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THE BANK OF HARDINSbURG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsbur, Ky. POULTRY SALE We must sell all of our Birds by the twentieth of August. All of our Pens and Show Birds must go. We will not show this season. Your last chance to secure some of our BIRDS. Will not be. in the, poultry business after August the twentieth. d SMART BROS. o Vte Breckenridrfe News. kt fBDNKSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1912 LOCAL BREVITIES Uit Holder has returned from llghtfnl visit to her sunt, Mrj. Harad ry Holder at Calhoon, Ky. Misses Florence and Addle Fairlelgh returned to their home in Louisville Fridny alter h two week's visit . Mrs. Susan Wliltebouse and Mrs. Susie Nelson and baby, Birk City, spent last week with Mrs, Rojc WhUehouse. Mins Mr and Mrs. Paul Couiptou and sweet little gltl, Charlotle, of Hardlnburg, have been guests of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Payne. News lias been received here of the death of Mi. Bonner, the father of Mr. Wickllffe Dellaven. He died last week at his home in Texas. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest C. Dahbsge, of Enid. Okla., arrived here yesterday afternoon, They were met nt Heudetsou by Mrs. J. II. Kowland. The Cloverport Chapter of the Eastern Star will have a rest tent on the barbecue grounds August 15th to which all members of the Order are invittd Mrs B. Frank Mattlngly has returned to The Castle after a short visit to her brothers in Evansville. She was accompanied homo by her nephew, Frederick McDonald. '''fp Pin Money Nearly ovcryonu 1ms somo extra 11101103' outside of their regular income. You can make a success of f living by putting in this bank all such extra money you cot. It is a good plan and such .'living is hardly noticed and required little,- if any sacrifice. If you have any such source of oxtra income why not try the plan. You can start with one dollar and wo will add 8 PER CENT Interest. iutmm4emm-ml-nt-v"ttf- v , For Wa Sale-- Set t-- v c Mule FOR OUTINGS OR PICNICS EIMMPI Blocks, 600 feet of Rope Work mid irfo feet of Rop. for movlnjr limldltiKt. itr . rv K. .1 ."union. (Hen I loan Moth iiroin llrst ring slinnc. Will soil or trade clicnp of POU SALK-AH- otof On the River In the Woods Strayed or StolenBlack Mare Tom Forry hns returned from Edith Plnnk pent Dun- - (le, 111. STRAY nt) on STOLEN from our farm Olpn Drnnuno Itltck Alaro Mule. 8 ort ycitr.ioM, 1(1 linnds IiIkIi, and with harness murk Vic Robertson. For Sale COR SAl.n power stationery Gas KiiRlnei Wntklns mike, in Rood IlreckeiirldRO News, Cloverport, Ky. A 15 horMs lr. f M!m Mondny in was lit- - Good anywhere Quick Lunch at a moment's notice: Deviled Ham 'Hbuisville. Colin ,S. Miller, ere Sunday. f Mr. mid Mrs. of Oweuboro, A. J. Mack have a ror Sale Cloverport. Ky. Vienna Sausage Corn Beef Hash m le girl baby. Win. Sahll, of Owensboro, datives here. i Dura, poll SALIC blanks. MortRMUcs of If riiI SEB and all kinds itreekenrldRu New, Chicken Loaf is visiting Veal Loaf Corned Beef Chipped Beef Sardines i John T. Ditto, of Decatur, 111., was lere tliis week. Miss Stella Weatherholt spent Mou- lay in Louisville. Frank Boyd, of Owensboro, visited rlends here Monday. Mrs. Curtis, Glen Dean, returned from Tell City Monday. Mr. find Mrs. W. II. Lynch, of Allen, Cy., are here on a visit. Miss Nannie Hoard, Garfield, returned From Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone spent Wednesday in Louisville. Miss Marv lane Ditto, of Oklahoma City, is visiting in Russellville. Mrs. Kate Ditzenbach will leturn iome from Louisville Saturday. Miss Margaret Carter and Mr. Tom garter spent Sunday in Caiiuelton. Mr. at,d Mrs. I. M. Howard, Glen iDean, went to Louisville Mondny. Tesse Moorman, Glen Dean, made a business trip to Louisville Monday. T. E. KitiE says he has eight acres of the finest tobacco In Meade county. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Allen, of Cannel- Ion, were visitors of friends Sunday. David Murray, Jr., of Evansville, was the guest of Miss Eva Plank Kxi-- ! " CARL LISHEN roR GUTTERING, SPOUTING and REPAIR WORK Cloverport, Ky. Boston Baked Beans Beans Shrimp Salmon Olives Pickles Peanut Butter Bananas Olive Oil Pimentos The engagement of Miss Margaret Butler Webster to Benjamin Warfield Bennett, of New York, has been announced. The wedding will take place October 1. Miss Webster visited Mrs. Phelps this summer and other friends in the county. The Farmers Hardinsburg, Bank, Ky. Ono SiMncli Iluhr. Onu Intcrnntlonnl Uasollnu KnRlliu, Willi trucks, scales, emery wliecln, etc. j (lood lis new. Ono ruhbrr-tlr- e Runuliout. One black old .lack AlsoStnpIo and Kancy Grocer nnd Irs. Son mil at mv old stand-4- tli Main, Ilnrtllnsburn, Ky. FOR. SALE II Oranges Lemons Candy Cigars Let US Fill Your Lunch Basket J ROBERTS J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ' day. Mrs. Cornelia Miller, of Hardins-bnris visiting Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller. Miss Mayme Peuuer, of Henderson, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Penner. Mrs. Fraize Mattlngly and children, g, of Owensboro, are guests of Mrs. O. B. Mattlngly. Mrs. Owen Sanders retnrned.to Ev- apsville Saturday accompanied by Miss Ma Brickey. fbr. Bil&er. of West Virginia, was the "guest of Miss Claudia Pale several days last week. W. W. Brown, Kirk, attended the funeral of his niece. Mrs. Kurtz, at Ce- ' cilian Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Younger and Eudora, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skillman. Mr. and Mrs. Cha". Lamb, of Rrck-porInd., are visitiig Mr. and Mrs. William T.Ue. Tin. Wot. Mr Mnnrp. Prpshvterian Kevaugelist, will preach at the Lucile t"' Memorial Sunday. Richard Witt, of Louisville, spent sev-eral days with his daughter, Mrs J C. Nolle, last week. Lee Montgomery, after an absence of several weeks, is back at his post of du,ty n the Branch. ,if Miss Taunita Carr and Miss Grace Carr, of Elizabethtown, are guests of Mrs. tractor Keith. ' Miss Carrie Lee Tucker and Carrie rt Mae Jackson spent Sunday in with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ileston, of Stkeston, Mo., will arrive this week to visit Mrs. Francis Sawyer. 1 grand-daugh-ttr, . t, - Steph-enepo- iw $1 Via. L. H. & St. L. R. R. 25 To LOUISVILLE AND RETURN SUNDAY, AUGUST 18 Attractions Miss Mattie Cottrell ami Miss Winnie Davis Cottrell, prominent young are business women of Owensboro, spending their vacation in Cloverport Mr. mid Mrs. M. D. Beard have revisiting their brother at the Baptist Parto Owensboro turned from Louisville. sonage. They will return Mrs. 1). a. McGill left for her home the latter part of the week. in Louisville last Wednesday. Rememher the Pair dates Aug. 20, 21 Excursion Fare. and 22. 2.93 Louisville and return, account, Misses Hullie Brown, Isabel Ilendrlck, Federation of Catholic Societies and Messrs Moorman Ditto and Miller Catholic Editors, Louisville, Ky., Aug. drove over to Cloverport to see 16 to 31, I9I2. Dates of sale: Aug. 14, the gntne of ball between the Hardins15 and 16, I9I2. Return limit: Aug 26, burg and Cloverpott teams. 1012 Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth is nt home after a month's visit to her uncle, Alfred Ileston, in Missouri. HARDINSBURG Mr. Fred Sndenwater has moved into J. T. Smith's property. One week from today will be LouisC. P. Edmunds, uight clerk (it the ville Day at the Breckenridge County Willard Hotel, spent a few days in town Fair. Come and bring all your friends. last week. Joe Glasscock, of McDanlels, was in Claud Mercer and J. II Gardner motown last week driving a fine span of tored to Custer Tuesday, mules. I)r, Jno. Kiucheloe went to Garfield Mrs. Lee Walls was a visitor in Kirk Tuesday. last Monday. Mrs. J no, M. Skillmiiu entertained Miss Delia Helming, of Daviess coun for dinner Inst Wednesday the followty, has returned home after a visit to ing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Kstill Sutton Miss Clara Henniog. anil dauuhterr, Helen and Kathleen, Misses Alscy and Margaret Miller Mrs. J. II. Gardner, Judge Mercer, were Airs. 15th el Moorman's visitors Jones Mercer nnd Miss Tida Mercer. last week and attended the Cnmp MeetMisses Hannah and Judith Heard ing nt Kiugswood. have returned Irom a visit to their broMrs. Preston Phillips and baby, of ther, Dr. II. J. Beard, nt Livermore. Louisville, arrived Monday to be the Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Beard attended guests of Mr. D. Helming and family. the funeral of Mr. C. M. McGlothlan at Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Boa d and Irviugton. Miss Allie C. Connor spent Sunday with Miss Louise Moorman, of Glen Dean, Mr. Jas W. Miller and family. hns returned to her home after spendMrs. B. W. Griffin and daughter, ing a week here. Miss Uettie Hook, of Gulfport, Miss., Gen. D. R. Murray, of Indianapolis, are in town for a visit of several weeks whs in town lust Thursday. to their relatives. Jones Mercer and Franklin Kiucheloe Mrs. W. R. Moorman and son, Roy, attended the ball game at Cloverport. came np for an all day visit last MonMessrs Leslie Walker, J Wliitwcrih day. and Henry Dell. Moorman spent last Marshal Will Beauchamp was a visit- week in Louisville. or at McQuady Wednesday of last Mrs. T W. Powers and daughter, week. Elizabeth, of Hlot6burg, Ala. have Miss Ella Ahl has returned from a gone to Louisville lifter being Mrs. G visit to Miss Dell Winchell, Tobinsport. W. Heard's guests for a few days. Little Miss Mary Daily Beard is at Mesdames Mary Ileston and Enoch home from a visit to her uncle, Sam Norton spent Saturday with Mrs. Jesse AM, Hites Run. Payne in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. El McGill and baby, of McClenry Mercer, of Heudersou, bus Louisville, who have been the guests of arrived for his yearly visit to his grand relatives here and at Gatfield, have re- father, Judge Mercer, and will remain turned home. until the first of September. R. A. Smith left Sunday morning for Louisville to visit his duughterH, Mesdames Joel II. Pile and D. W. Scott. Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, spent the day in town Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English and sou, Evarts, Jr., left Tuesday morning for Stephensport to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey English. Mrs. M. II. Beard and sou, Murray, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. De-Hav- Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shellmau nnd Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beurd were members of Mrs. W. R. Moorman's houseparty for the week end. Dr. Shepherd is delivering series of verj interesting sermons at the M. E. c lurch. St. Mary's Of The Woods. The picnic, like everything undertaken by this enthusiastic, hnri working band "In the Woods", was n great j 0 S.E. WILSON SOLICITS and INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE I $1 success. Do you know what makes things go . "In the Woods"? Why it is enthusiasm and hard work on the part of everyone. Every man, woran and child works. Strangers like to help those who help FRESH, NEW LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES COMPLETE LINE OF NOTIONS at 7 p. m. themselves. There must have been a thousand apple pies on the grounds. Dave Moorman and John Babbage got all the pie they wanted for once. It was n pleasure to see how beautifully the bunch of fellows from Hardinsburg cave up their money to the girls in the contests. How could one resist the efforts of the beautiful young girls in their pleadings for "please buv a ticket". The concrete walk from the town to the grounds and church shows just what a united effort, headed by a good General, can do. Father Knue says advertising in the county papers brought success. The dinner was simplv creat. There was fried chicken, baked chicken, roast lamb, roast beef, cakes, and coffee, all contributed by the families. Silas McGary, of McQuady, got the runabout; Charles Craycroft, of Big Spring, the sewing machine; Miss Nellie Sherron, of Tar Fork, rocking chair, Miss Vic Weise, of Mattingly, the doll baby. Homer Rav, of Owensboro, won in the 5O yard boys foot race, prize pocket 8 J2)J Wjt Store Opens at 6 a. m. Closes M Situated on the Hill at Second and Fourth Streets Cloverport, Kentucky $ i H Prompt Service . - - Courteous Attention Prices Reasonable A STORE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE h IPS!IK!iIIlS Tobacco Damaged by Hail r"ii knife. Miss Eveline Master, Glen Dean, captured the prize in the girls foot race, a beautiful hat. Visitors present were: R. S. WhUehouse, Mr. and Mrs of West Point; Mrs. Tite Adkins, Irvington; Mrs. Roa Whitehouse, Cloverport; Mrs. Jake Allen and daughter, Mattie, of Owensboro. over $600 clear Father Knue of expenses. A beautiful little shower came about 3 o'clock. It only lasted a few minuter, just enough to cool ihe atmosphere. su overed The Only Way to by Insuranc e Un- Protect Crops From the certain Weather. Farmers Highly Satisfied Per-son- al With Insurance Company's Settlements. The following Cloverporters were here: H. L. Stader, Misses Maggie Ryan and Maude Beavin, Ben Matting-lvSimon Beavin, Jas. Beavin, Golden Weathington and wife. Hardee Ball, Morris Beard, Vic Robertson, Sherman Ball and Roily Meador, of Hardinsburg, came in an auto. , Statements From Those Who Have Re ceived Insurance. Glen Jno. L. for the surance Dean, July 22, '12 Mr. Sowards, State Agent Henry Chas. Fire InCo, was here today and settled a loss or damage caused by hail on my tobacco crop. It was entirely satisfactory, and I take pleasure in recommending the company to the insuring public. Thos V. Robertson. W. A. and R. P. Moor- man got $135 on 4 acres 16 insured-- at a cost of $32. W, R. Muoruiau, FONTAINE KERRY The Park Beautiful Free Concert every evening and afternoon by Natiello's Band EXTRA GOOD VAUDEVILLE Admission, Matinees lOo till seats. Free admission to the Turk up to 0 p. m. Train leaves Cloverport 7:09 a.m., returning leaves Louisville 8:30 p. m. Tickets are good on Special Train on Date of Sale Qnljr For Further Information "Ask the Agent" Misses Louise Aud and Hannah Beard speut the week-en- d at the Palls of Rough with Miss Jennie Green, Mr aud Mrs. Ilenrv Trent are the guests of Mr. Lee Walls and family. A Now 12G Egg InMr. E. Mc. Davis is at bis position in cubator of tbo best niuko II, P, Iisatd'n store after having u vacaDrury-Youngwill bo given FllKE to tbo tion ot a week. wedding. liidy or cliild sending us Mr. und Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer, R. H. Beauguard and son, Mrs. the lurgest number of paid were in town Saturday. Maurice, have returned to their home up yearly subscriptions by Oct. Slt-t- , ut25o eacb. Miss Aunie Lee Bishop is Miss Mary in Eldon, Mo,, after a visit with Mrs, G. W. Smith. I'runklin Heard's visitor. WRITE FOlt PARTICTLA.RS AND SAMPLE COVY Mrs. Rob Weedman, of Samplers the Did you pay yqu were coming to the Paii? Come the 20, 21 ami 23. The man- guest of Mrs. S. J. Jolly. agers say you will never regret it for Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner, of Irvingyou will have something to entertain ton, were week end guests of Mrs. J. Dept. you all the time, R. Smith. Miss Katie Eskridge will leave SaturMrs. Tom Carcvin and daughter, Miss day for Louisville to take her position Alice, of Brandenburg, were' guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson and Mr. and Thursday. as teacher of ruupic in the Masonic Mrs. George Neff Sunday. Mrs. Tom Gillpin, of Custer, spent Sun Home. Mrs. Lucy Sapp has returned to her Will Helm, of Garfield, is the guest day with Mrs. P. D. Neil. Mrs. G, W, Kvhus is very sick. Mrs. Mary Coleman went to Iikron home after a visit at Corydon, Iml. of friends here this week. Miss Vanna Cundiff spent the week end in Bkron with Miss Elva Bruner. Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs. P. H. Stith Sunday. Rev. Owen Gillpin is holding a series of meetings at the Patterson Memorial church. Mrs. M. Basham and baby, of Leitch-fielari visiting Mrs. J. E. Ramsey. Miss Mary Smith went to Irvington Thursday to attend the d, er Thos. Robertson had 18 acres insured, 9 acres damaged and got $100. G. Moorman, Agt Glen Dean MMMMMMNMMMIWHHMMMBMMM Incubator ? OUR COUNTRY, Incubator Louisville, Ky. Commercial Bldg. Do You Get Up rilMEil Novelized from Ihe Comedy of (ho Same Nana By EXCUSE I With a Lame Back? "'H BRECKENRIDGE Kidney Trouble Makes You .Miserable. Almost everyone know of Dr. Kilmer 'i Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver and 4m (SFra- u: fcL- -t- cause of its remark- nble health restoring II properties. Swamp Urvnt fnlfitla n1fiirt every wifh in over- , connnjr rlieutnnusni, , pain in the back, kid 1 S5 nml Rupert Dugbea Copright, Trem Photographs el lha Pity ao Prodocod Dy Utnry W. Savaja ILLUSTRATED every part of the urinnry passaijc. 11 IBM. tr II. K. Fly Oft CHAPTER XXXII. more wonderment thnn delight. ThlB was another flashlight on her character. Most courtships are conducted In which wooer under a and wooed wear their best clothes on their best behnvlor; or In a starlit, moonlit, or gasllt twilight where romance softens angles and wraps everything In velvet shadow. Then the two get married nnd begin to live together in the cold, gray daylight of realism, with undlgnltled necessities and harrowing situations nt every step, nnd disillusion begins its deadly work. This young couple was undergoing nil the Inconveniences and of marriage without Its blessed compensations. They promised to be well ncquainted before they were wed. If they still wanted each other after this ordeal, they were pret-twell assured that their marriage would not be a failure. Mallory rejoiced to see that tho hurricane of Marjorle's jealousy had only whipped up the surface or her bouI. The great depths were still calm and unmoved, and her love lor him was In and or the depths. Soon after leaving Ogden, tho train entered upon tho great bridge across tho Great Salt Lake. The other were staring at the enormous engineering masterpiece and the conductor was pointing out that, in order to save forty miles nnd the crossing of two mountain chains, the railroad had devoted four years of labor nnd millions or dollars to stretching a thirty-milbridge across thl3 inland ocean. Hut Marjorie and Mallory never noticed It. They were absorbed In exploring each other's souls, and they had safely bridged tho Great Salt Lake which tho ilrst big bitter jealousy spreads across every matrimonial rotito. They were undisturbed in their voyage, for all the other passengers had their noses flattened against tho win dow panes of tho other cars all ox-- ) copt one couple, gazing each at each through eyelids touched with tho magic of a tardy honeymoon. For all that Anno nnd Ira know, tho Great Salt Lake was n lagoon, and tho arid mountains of Nevada which tho train went scaling, were tho very hillsides of Arabia. But the other passengers soon camo trooping back Into tho observation room. Ira had told them nothing ot Mullory's confession. In tho llrst plnco, ho wns n man who had learned to keep a secret, nnd In tho second plnco, he hnd forgotten that such per-n- o ni; ns Mallory or his Marjorie existed. AH tho world was summed up In tho fenrsomely happy little spinster who hnd moved up into Ills section tho section which had begun its draped In satin ribbons unwittingly prophetic. Tho communion of Mallory and Marjorie under tho benlson or reconciliation was Invaded by tho jokes ot tho other passengers, unconsciously ironic. Dr. Templo chaffed them amiably: "You two will bavo to tuko a back Beat now. We've got a now bridal couplo to amuso us." And Mrs. Templo welcomed them with: "You'ro only old married folks, like us." Tho Mallorya wero used to tho misunderstanding. But tho misplaced witticisms gavo them reussurauco that their secret wns safo yet a llttlo howovor, while. At tholr dlnnor-tnblnnd lu tho long evening tbut followed they wore haunted by tho fact that this wns their last night on tho train, and no minister to bo expected. And now onco moro tho Mallorya regained tho star roles in tho esteem ot tho audlonco, for onco moro they time. quarreled at Onco moro they required two sections, whllo Anne Cattle's berth was not oven inado up. It remained empty, like a deserted nest, for its occupant had flown south. rose-ligtemper-exposure- s y pas-aenge- The Empty Berth. Tho ono thing Mnllory was beginning to lenrn about Marjorlo wns that Bho would never tnko tho point ot Tlow ho expected, nnd never proceed nlong tho lines ot his logic. Sho had grown furloua nt him for what ho could not help. Sho had told him that sho would marry him out or spite. Sho had commanded him to pursuo nnd npprchend tho Hying parson. Ho failed nnd returned crestfallen and wondering what now form her rngo would take. And, lo nnd behold, when sho saw him so downcast nnd helpless, sho rushed to him with caresses, cuddled his broad shoulders ngalnst her breast, nnd smothered him. It was tho sincerity of his dejection and tho complcto helplessness ho displayed thnt won her womnn's heart. Mnllory gazed at her with almost times durintj the night. Swamp-Rois not recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private prnctice, and has proved so successful that a special nr rnngement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried it, may have n sample bottle scut free by mail, nlso a book telling anu now 10 more aliotit bwaitip-Kooot hold water and scalding pain in passinit, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and ovcrconics that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, nnd to get up many corrects Inability to i, llimouwiyuuiiuvi:h.iu-ne- y or bladder trouble. When writingmentic n offer in this paper and send your address to Dp Kilmer .V in.. iii. n&rjnL Binghamton, N. Y. The regular fifty-cesize bottles are sold by and nt one-dollar reading this gencrors fSiK.! 2JK5S23 tl""a!nlMlnM""a I all druggists. Don't make any mistake but remember the name, Swamp-Uoonnd the adD- -. Kilmer's Swamp-Roodress, Binghamton, N. Y. , on every bottle. t, t, Learning To Grow Alfalfa. When President Roosevelt appointed his Commission on Country life, he and e others little dreamed that the printed report of the Commission would become a sort of classic for the church. About the time the Commission wns making its investigations Dr. Westerner H. Wilscn was appointed to n position in the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions and since that time he has become known as "a Country Church and Rural Religious Expert." He has, after mature study, arrived at the conclusion that the country parsons and the country church need to be put on the job. As a result of Dr. Wilson's efforts, Summer Schools of Religion are being conducted in various parts of the country at which trained University experts teach the village sky pilots cf he new order how to grow alfalfa: how to innoculate and conserve the soil. The parson is taught many things about the value and "grades' and "thoroughe nnd is informed breds" in on the proper housing of everything from chickens to children. The country church is to be awakened and made to sit up and take notice" by a preacher who is made to understand that a great economic and moral crisis is imminent because the land is being sinned against. Land in the new order of things, is to be reckon ed holy as well as man and it is to be brought home to the "dominie" that there is an intimate relation between soil culture and soul culture. The country church when awakened along this pathway it is believed will take its place beside the school as a social center in the community, sharing with the community its recreational, educational, social, economic and civil stock-raisin- life. The Work Of The Heart. Of all the structural wonders revealed by physiology none is more striking tlme-wrlnkle- d moon-Bwc- pt ca-le- than that of the heart. With each stroke it projects about six ounces of blood into the conduits of the system, and as it does so some 7O times every minute and 1,200 times during au hour this implies that it does the same thing 100,800 times in twenty-fou- r hours, 30,000,000 times in a year and more than 2,500,000,000 times in a life, of seventy years. The force exerted by the heart 's sufficient to lift one hundred and twenty tons one foot high every twenty-fou- r hours. Yet the piece of living mechanism that is called upon to accomplish this feat without pause for threescore years and ten, without itself being worn out by the effort, is a small bundle of muscles that rarely weighs more than eleven ounces. Harper's Weekly. desire that the churches, either Individually or in will call nnd make provisions for the pastors to live Meets With Walnut Grove Church on the field of their work. So far as the writer knows Cloverport is thconly Wednesday, August 28, Near church that has a parsonage and rt is indebted to her noble band of Lodiburg-B- ig Preparations women for its parsonage. The writer Meeting-Hospita- lity For Tho wants to join hands with tho Baptists of the county nnd in a united effort to Open To All. help usher in n new day in our work. With a progressive spirit nnd a holy FIFTEEN CHURCHES LISTED. zeal it can be done. E. O. C. The tenth annunl meeting of the Feel languid, weak, run down? HeadBreckenridge Baptist Association will ache? Stomach "off?" A good remedy be held with the Walnut Grove church, is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your near Lodlburg, August The fif- druggist. Price $1.00. teen churches that affiliate with this body will select their messengers nnd The Little Girl And prepare their statistical letters to the Association during the month. One of Her Older Sister AtHome. the best meetings in the history of the Association is contemplated. "It must be lovely to have an older Walnut Grove is noted for their open sister, I wish I had one", said a little hospitality and will make a bountiful girl to her recently. "You provision for the entertainment of the needn't to" answered the latter quickAssociation. ly, "for all the good my older sister The officers of the Association are: does me, I could do without her. Sho Rev. J. J. Wlllett, Hardlnsburg, Mod- never talks to me. Wo wash dishes toerator, and Mr. W. C. Moorman, Glen gether every day and never n word Dean, Clerk. Rev. J. F. Wlnchell will does she say, but just as soon as one of preach the introductory sermon. The her girl friends or a boy comes in she standing committee to report are as fol- can't tell them enough. She talks to lows: Foreign Missions J. J. Willett, them incessantly. My older sister Missions J. F. makes all my clothes and is as good to Chairman; Home Winchell, Chairman; State Missions me as she can be in that way, but I C. K. Shepherd, Chairman; District would lots r.ather she would talk to me Missions, J. Duggins, Chairman; Min- and tell me what she thinks." isters Aid M. P. Compton, Chairman; Temperance J. T. Lewis, Chairman; Consult T. N. McGlothlan for Schools and Colleges T. H. Moorman, subscriptions to Courior-Jn- ti trial, Chairman; Orphans Home V. H Times, Post, Herald, Farmers McGhee, Chairman; Sunday Schools Home Journal, Stock Yard JournJ. B. Herndon, Chairman; Obituaries al, Western Recorder nnd Hreck Andrew Crawford, Chairman; Digest enridge News. of Church Letters H. B. Head, Chairman; Order of Business W. C. MoorLoves Flowers. man, Chairman; Religious Literature E. B. Gatlin. The Walnut Grove chutch was con Joe Allen, Jr., the young son of Mr. stituted in 1818. It is not known who and Mrs. Joe Allen, who live on the its early pastors were. William Head hill, is a great lover of flowers and never fails to notice one. If Joe cultiserved as pastor about twenty-fiv- e years and was followed by Elder D. vates his taste, he might grow up to be Dowden, who was pastor for a number a man of great value and a great florist. of years. Rev. E. B- - Gatlin, who Perhaps he might study for a landgraduated from the Southern Baptist scape gardner, which is a profession Theological Seminary last May, is the now followed by man of education, who are making the cities and homes of the present pastor. , The Goshen Association, from which world beautiful. the churches in Breckenridge county Louisville Evening Post were dismissed to form the BreckenI and Breckenridge News ridge Association, is one of the old as one year $3. 50. sociations of tne State, having been or ganized in 1817, perhaps at the Goshen The True Vacation. church at Glen Dean, from which church the association took its name. The We see in this world chiefly what we Goshen Association has been generally prosperous. In 1840 it numbered 3.' look for. A farmer going along exchurches, aggregating 2,369 members, amines the farms, an architect the 681 of whom had been baptised during buildings, a merchant the condition of In 18 14 it dismissed 9 the markets, a minister the churches. the year. He who is constantly looking for churches to go into the constitution of the Daviess County Association. In tioubles will find them stretching off lie who 's 1877 it had grown until it numbered 36 into gloomy wilderness. churches with 3,058 members But watching for blessings will see them this year it dismissed I4 churches to go hither and thither extending in harinto the organization of the Blackford vests oi luxuriance. In this vacation season be sure that Association. During the first .16 years of its history there were baptised into the you take a vacation from your troubles Leave them behind as fellowship of its churches 8,280 con- and worries. the most useless of all your baggage. verts. The oldest churches of the Goshen Away away with all forebodingsl Light laden, go forth among nature. Association now in the Breckenridge Goshen, constituted Look up towards the sky so brilliantly Association, are: in 1808 with J. H. L. Moorman as its bright by day, or at night merry with first pastor. New Hope and Pisgah ten thousand stars joining hands of churches, constituted in 1813, and Wal- light, with the earth in the ring, goiug nut Grove, constituted in 1818. The round and round with gleam and dance Cloverport church was constituted of and song, making old Time itself feel eight members, by James II. L. Moor- youug again. Go to the woods where the cooled and man, William Moorman and Charles Polk, in 1829. Among its early pastors sifted breeze is scented with nature's were: J. H. L. Moorman, J.H. Brown, fragrance and sweet with nature's William Head, A. J. Dye, J. II. Spen- songs. Go to where the streams leap down cer, D. Dowden, William M. Burn, A. off the rocks and their crystal heels J. Miller and II. T. Lampton. The membership of the churches clatter and glisten over the pure white composing the Breckenridge Associa-tion- , pebbles. according to the last annual report, Hark to the fluting of the winds and was 1,954. One of the weaknesses of the psalm of the thunder. Go-po28-3- BAPTISTASSOCIATION the AsftCciatiflM at present, h In its hick IIer the fitful putter f the fairy-footeof resident pastors. It is the hope of rain dnneing on the swaylNK leaves. the writer that a new day is dawning Look at the morning striding down for this Association and it is his earnest the hills, routing the skulking shadows. CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches See evening drawing aside the curtain Haptfot Church from heaven's wall of jasper, sardonyx and amethyst. h. m. O. K. RnptlU Sunday School. Look on all this, and feel thnt God's Ltulitfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Mectln Aid Society in His Heaven nnd that there's room Wodncsdny 780 p.m. Ilaptlst eoclety tntets Monday after Second Sunday, in your soul for peace. DTery month, Mrs. A. H. Skillman, I'reltn Os.TO f $3.50 play-ma- te Methodist Sunday School. 0:30a. m. Ira D. Preaching every Ilelion. Superintendent. Hundny nt ft a. m. and 7:.T0 p. m. Kriuik Lewi meeting Wednesday, 7i9q p. Pastor. Prayer BIG SPRING. m, Epworth Lcaguo. regular icrvlcoSunday s4.S p. mi business meeting drst Tuesday night ench month. Miss Mnnrarlto Hum, President. Ladles' Aid Foelety meets Brat Mrs, Forrest UKl'tfoOt, Frank W. Shireman, of Mauckport, Monday each month Missionary Society nieeti President. Ladles' Ind., was here last Tuesday and sold to Second Sunday In every month, Mrs. Virgil nnhbnrta.l'rcMdViit Cliolr practice the ladies of the Methodist church an nlRlit 7:20, A, II. Mutrny. Director. Friday organ. They hope to have it in about Presbyterian Church two weeks. I'rcsliyterlan Sunday School 0il5 n. m. Mr. and Mrs. T. R, Moorman left Conrad Hlppel, Superintendent. Preaching Adair. Friday for a ten days visit to their sons every Third Sunday, Iter,7t30p. m. Minister. rrayermectltRTueHdiiy, Ladles' family at Qdincy, III. Society meotn Wednesday nfter Third and Aid Sunday ovcry month, Mrs Chns. Sattcrileld, Charlie nnd Lewis Clarkson have re- President. turned from Alabama, where they spent Catholic Church ten days with the Vine Grove state First Sunday of each month, Mass. Sermon, and Ilenedictlon, (i:00u. m., other three Suh-daguards. nt 10 lit a. ni. On week days Mass nt 7:C0 a. m. Catechetical Instruction for thcchtld-re- n Hyler Hunt, of Vine Grove, was hero on Saturdays at 8:30 a. m.. and on Snn- buying stock one day last week. aaysnticsua. m. nnd 3:30 p.m. ys Louisville Evening Post Hot. nnd Breckenridge News ono year $3.50. I'rrnchliiR every Second and Fourth Sunday E. O. Cotttell. Pastor. fletliodlst Church Charlie Barnett, of Evansvllle, had Dean Taylor, of Columbia, here last week to look at his and his brother's farm. Mrs. W. II. Strother, of Owensboro, is visiting Mrs. E. A. Strother and daughter, and her Mrs. Amanda Clarkson. Miss Lee King, who has been visiting at Constantine, Custer and Mays Grove for the past month returned home Friday for a few days visit with her father before returning to Peoria, 111., where she has been for the past two years. Glyde Cox, of Hopkinsville, spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. J. E. King and sisters, Misses Ermine and Patty Cox. Herman Barnett has certainly found attractions at Vine Grove, where he makes weekly visits. Miss Maggie Scott is visiting at Vine Grove and Cecilia. All ice cream supper ads and for sale ads are inserted as locals at ten cents a line, six words to a line. Editor. grand-mother, DR. H. J. BOONE f. Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. I to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Don't Forget When . INSURING thut you can be robbed as well as your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. .Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. Subscribe ERYMIR E. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barr.of Owensboro, are visiting his mother, Mrs. G. G. Barr. The ice cream supper given by the ball team was well attended and was a great success. Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgagesand other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. $3 W jU Stanford Brashear is spending several days at home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ilruner attended the picnic at Derby Saturday' A crowd from here attended the sale near Raymond Saturday. Miss Mirl Basham, of Lodiburg, spent Saturday with Mrs. E. F. Kroush. Willie Barr.who is ill of typhoid fever, is doing nicely. Amandus Biddle is expected home soon for a short stay. Marion Weatherholt Cloverport, Ky. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Irvington, CZ30EZD OOO Was Great Convention. Hon. George W. Jolly, who attended the Progressive convention at Chicago, returned home this morning via St. Louis. Mr. Jolly says that he lias attend d many state and national conventions but the one at Chicago surpassed all he had ever seen. Mr. Jolly savs that the convention was compos&l of the most representative body of men that he had ever seen at a political gathering, and feels confident that the Progressive ticket has put a quietus to the Taft Sherman crowd Owensboro Enquirer. Kentucky CZIOEZ3 O . BALL Livery, &, MILLER Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. CIOIZ300OirCIOIZ3 m& long-met- er We Can Print That Picnic Bill! Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day an3 night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. ...Shorthand . . .. . 1 yk drinking of BOURBON PWJLTRY CUtE down a chick's throat cure Banes, A few drops In Notice To Correspondents. Correspondents are asked not to insert nds or notices of any kind about entertainments given to make money e unless a check or order is enclosed for the Ad. Notice of church suppers, anything for sale, or business announcements are published at the regular rates. Advertising space In The Breckenridge News Is for sale like clothing in a dry goods store and it takes money to run the paper, just like it ukes money to keep any other business going. post-offic- JJjLfJl f 1 KHVeAta c5?,Fra' diarrhoea. SSd.otner chick diseases. One wc th, water cures and .. ltxipltt Calculation. MHnJ bottle makes 12 rallons of v all. aruggists. iiim uoosiet on 'D- tcasen of Fowls" sent FRB8. ., oju4i;ic -- Bourbon Remedy Co. UilagtM, ljr. ilooklccophur. .. . .Civil Service. .AiitlimcUc. . Spoiling. .English. .Grammar. ''?,'"",Ul,,K ... .Penmanship. Commercial Geography. Sold By IRVINGTON PHARMACY, Irvington, Ky ...Commercial law. ...Heading. .. ...Banking, Commerce. .. . .. .. ... Ut,o or .. .Piim Illation. other olllru devices. Adding Machine mid ' Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 51 cents per m, Pleaso'do not send obituaries to tho Nows without expecting to pay for tho publication of thi kind of matter. Q Stag Dinner At Irvington Namo.. Address g James Skillman Younger gave n stag dinner at the home of Mrs. Nora II. Board Thursday evening to the men of the Drury-Young- er wedding at Irving-to- n. Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Millw, Pntf. To bo Continued Subscribe Today! Owemb'oro, Kf. tw,vv 1 FA Louisville Evening: VvtM one year 3.50. T AT AUCTION! N? Near Irvington, Breckinridge County, Kentucky Buy Land and Make Money i FARM Your easiest way to inula' money is to buy land in Breckcnridgo comity. Western land Ims had iH day. Old Kentucky is the idcnl spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, anil good, long life. Hrcokinridgo county lias bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. Tho people a'ro prosperous and land is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to fiO, per cent in tho last ten years. In another ten years, land will leap another 50 per cont. Get in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, write your name and address and wo will keep you in touch with our bargains. SATURDAY, AUG. On tho above date I will offer for sulo nt public auction, my (145) ucrcs, located on tho Irfarm of ono hundred and forty-livrond and within one hundred (100) yards vington and Hardinsburg t'ot the Incorporate limits of Irvington, Ivy. (55) This farm may bo divided into two tracks of fifty-liv- e in two nnd ninety (1)0) acres each and will bo divided and sold tracks and thon as n whole. (55) acre track has tho following improvements: The lifty-fiv- o ono (1) good Hvo (5) room cottago; ono (1) good six (0) stall barn; ono (1) four hundred (400) bushel corn crib; ono (1) hen house; pond; ono two hundred lift' ono (1) rticathouso; ono nevor-failin- g Tho houso faces the Irving- (250) foot well, and a good orchard. ton and Hardmsburg road and 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 now Graded and High School. Tho ninety, 90, aero track has no improvements but an ex ceptionally beautiful building site, which faces Maple street, and is within live hundred, 500, yards of tho new Graded and High School. Irvington is tho most promising town on thoL. II. & St. L. Ily.,and has tho following advantages: Three, 3, daily trains to nnd from Louisvillo, Ivy. Junction of tho Louisville, Madisonvillo & Eastern liy. supply-housandjumber yards. L. II. & St. L. round-housOno, 1, flour mill, To bbl. tho day capacity. Two, 2, stono quarries; one, 1, concrete block factory. o e; 17, 1912, 3 Five, 5, dry goods stores; six, G, P. M. Wanted Small Farm The Breckenridge NV.vs h.t.s a ed farm, good land near a $5,000 ciish to pay. eiistoinor for a small, woll improvgool school; piHscsiiun tit once; $2,000 to grocery stores. Two, 2, hardware stores; two, 2, drug wtorcs; one, 1, feed store. One, 1, livory stable; two, 2, banks; two blacksmith shops. Six, G, churches; ono, 1, graded nnd high suhool. Three, 3, miles concrete sidewalks, and good streets. Population, 1,000. This farm has tho following advantages to Irvington and Louisville: Within ten, 10, minutes walk to business section of Irvington. Within five, 5, minutes drivo to market. Ideal plnco for truck-faror dairy to supply a long needed want of Irvington, or milk can bo delivered in Louisvilo at 7:10 m No. IBS a. in. Concrete sidewalks .within twenty-live- , Good level road to Irvington. 25, yards of farru. If yxu arc 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 and close to a good church, school, and town, bo sure to buy this place as a whole. a If you are looking for e, Sale will take place on said farm.. Terms: ono third cash, rest in ono, two and three years. I will bo glad to furnish any further information concerning this land to any ono upon request. vurntidu; Rood burn :)(h5o; tenant house: 137 acres umlcr plow; NX) noes itTiivti 5itcrus In Minder i noli watered. eNierrf mid i pounds ponds. a to to biishuls corn nnd Nn I 0 M mllo located ou tho railroad tolmeco to urre. UimkI clover land lays wavy and rrlh, reasonablyfrom Webitr. good h.iru good toloul locution Ideal nnd In onu of tliu d, outlet on overy sldo. house; well water- best nclRliliorlKKMls In tho county. Price Kurtz farm. I'rlco $3,000 Portion of II, t,. 0; S cash Tonus on balance nnd luvol from rallrond, Mn " 300 neroi 3 mill's mile from school- - No 12 KOOf harn;good landcleared, land, all ni'iirdiimpiu; ono woll located; 3 miles from Irvington. I'rlco J,300 liouse. 10S acres Mn "1 county; mllo from Hkron, Mendu Nn llCl!', ''nK 'n a valley; S 'f tntloof public school, 1 room dwelllngund hull; 2tenaut mllo graded school. Koodjand houses, largo tobacco barn; 2H mllos South ICIrk. H mllo from school well watered, 3 A Wn - Hood Stock Kami, lift acres; well of Improved dwelling; stock ham. springs near barn; on Kural Route. Grows wliuiit. tolmcco. corn, clover, axd grass. i miles from Irvington, on rural MU' I A I'W acres, MO level; nil can be Nn cultivated; route. Tills land Is a llttlo rolling' hut does feed burns, big tobicco 3 good 3 dwellings; 2 mllos from barn; not, wash, I'rlco right. Jno. 1). Ilnlilmcc. Simple. Kus; terms. Cloverpott. Ky. 17 nPrM ' D," Kll,,t ot Olon IleautlfHlly mllo from Mn C ii Uvo town. located onupractically Nn I Dean; good, strong llmo stone 100 acres all level land, unimproved; Rood fencing. soil, watered by wolls and springs, on good Ideal spot for dairy farm. I'rlco reasonable. county road, near good school and churches. Now tobacco barn cod 51,200, 3 stock barns, Write .1 no. 11 II thhi.go. Cloverport. Ky. good tenant hjusus, line clover aud grass 1M acres located near Dukes, If an-Mn A i cock cour,ty. j acres under plowi lalld. Price $0,100. H acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; mllo IA Nr IU 135 acres located 1 12, (KM. north of u room dwelling; turn lOxtii); 40 MoQuudy I'rlco iu:res level, H cash rest rolling. Oood land for tah.icco. corn, balance In yearly payments. wheat and clover. It is a bargain ut fl.MW, j.iOOcash, balancu easy payments Nn 17 3'Ji acres located near Irvington ly tho best farms In 7 li acres I Mn s good lovol mllo South of Kock vale, thatsectlon. TJilslsonoof statoot cultivation 4 room dwelling Underhlgh land. tenant houao and necessary outbuildings. woll Improved; good orchard; woll watered; School houso and church In 300 yards. Pncu an Ideal place. PrlcoflO.WK); J,cash, balance on easy payments. ;i.o50cash. IMrj ft 74 acres. 3 miles from Kirk, 0 acres 44 miles from Uardlns-n- "' story V. ins IK ........ 0 rooms un 1. porch. Nn IR burg, county soat; well Improvft will tifitll mum !..... KiHJU.1 U.lWlUim ed; one 10the best farms In the county. Price iujusu. hwwx "uii( of undatable, good orchard. $1,000. ih-O1 Atrvs. .1 miles from It vington.on rural routo (loot! friimo dwelling; o rooms nnd I. A Fine Home Farm No, Q Two " ""ID. iniiii iiaruinsimrg; mu acres I miles from ll.irnod; Y, mllo of Klngswood college. triicts-lO- O acrei In ono and I'll ll.l.ilu I., tit.. ..II. . , I., ..... I.. ... .vin in .iiuuuin iiviui iu" !( II " ln ';"' w. nu. ''" l,y J ! E. H. JOLLY, 402 Walker Building, Louisville, Ky. 3 miles from Irvlnston: wnll watered: lavs vel:cood vounir orchard: ennl timber ;on rural routo; school nouso few yards fro n house: lmuroements; gojd four room dwelling with kitchen on hack porch: two good litrns; birn aud tenont home and back In tho Held; me it and hen house; woodshed; will sollon easy payments; plenty of stn til fruit. Kurlhur particulars address Jno D. Itabbage, Cloverport, Ky. "Z()( $3 .tJJ 140 iutms, 3 inlles from Uuslon. els-te- rn tion; Macros In grass; will produce the best corn, wheat and tubtcco In neighborhood; plenty lasting water, woll at door of dwelling; log dwelling. 2 rooms and sldo room good stable; 3 tobacco barns ;.1 tenant housss, Plenty ot good timber for farm purpos)t good land to clear. I'rlco il.OOOH cash. ,,or ncres C (ftl aiendoano, four from branch &,jjv fresh bind; 3mlles mllesjwestof railroad; all acres cultiva1Ul1 100 In i l Clov-erpo- rt, aud Mrs. David Phelps, of were guests of Miss Viola Lewis Thursday. Mrs. R. L. Crider is at home after a visit io her mother, Mrs. Mattingly at Gov-erpot- If . Glen Dean. t, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Skillman, of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain for the Drury. Younger wedding Thursday evening. Miss Eliza Piggott returned Thursday afternoon from a visit to friends in Louisville and.Pewee Valley. Captain 15. 1'. Hardaway, U. S A., of Houston, Texas, was n recent guest of his mother, Mrs. Sue Hardaway, at her home near towu. Mrs. M. B. May, of Campbellsville, Is visiting her son the Rev. Mr. L. K. May. Miss Beulah Mudd, of Louisville, was the guest of Miss Virginia Calloway for the Drury Younger wedding Thursday evening. They are visiting Mrs. Karl Bennett. The Rev. Mr. J. T. Lewis, of Fords-villspent Thursday as the guest of I hist neice, Mrs. L. B. Moremen. lAjJfllenry Bunger, of West Point, was tne gucbi ui iur. uuu iuio. iv. j. i ij;- gott Thursday. Herbert Beard, of Hardinsburg, visited Mrs. W. J. Piggott Thursday. Misses May nnd Joe Buchnnnau, e, of JB JSFvl Ifiix m oTIKe World READ HhJK PCTures instead OF TYPE 200 Cartoons Tell More Than 200 Columns Cartoons from dallies and weeklies published in thia country, London, Dublin, Paris. Merlin, Munich, Vienna. Warsaw. lludapest, St. Peters-bur- y, Amsterdam, Stuttgart,Turin. Home, Lisbon. Zurich, Tokio, Shanghai, Sydney, Canada, and South America, and all the great cities of tho world. Only the 200 best out of 9,000 cartoons each month, are selected. A rSttori Hlstwy of World's Events EmJi Mtath CARTOONS -F- ollow tho OAMPAIp-campaign in Cartoons" and watch the oppos-iii- g parties caricature each other. l.SO SIN6LC COPY 18a YCAM.Y SUM6MPTI0N Onv The World's Best Each Month U!tr. 11. II. WINUbOR, free uniple copy will be mailed by adilmsuig the pub 311 W. Wfehinictoo butet, CHICAGO ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Chattanooga, who have been guests of Mrs. John R. Wimp and Miss Kath- Cloverport, were the guests of Mr. and The Mrs. L. K. May, returned home Satur- arine Wimp are in Lexington as the Mrs. G. W. Payne Sunday. day morning. guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lon Nevitt. 20 Mrs. Orb Hickerson, of near town, Without Miss Lela Turner, of Louisville, who who has been very ill with typhoid Mrs. John Feland and daughter, of Mrs. fever, we are glad to know, is very change of who have been guests of is the guest of her Louisville, Miss Eva Carrigan.have returned home. Cornwall will be heard in a solo at the much improved. mechanism it You can buy no better gun Methodist church Sunday morning. handles .22 short, Mrs. Cohen and daughters, Sadie and Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and Master Miss Turner is the pupil of Madame long or cartridges Alice, of Louisville, who have been the for target work and all Wallace Ashcraft, returned Thursday Bredelle and possesses a contralto voice guests of her sister, Mrs. perfectly. The deep Ballard morning from a three week's visit to re W.J. Schopp, small game up to of rare beauty. returned home Sunday. rifling develops maximum power and latives in Shelbyville and Franktort. 200 yards. Miss Nally, of Horse Branch, is here accuracy and adds years to the life of rifles. Mrs. A. O. Marshall and children are as the guest of Mr. Mike Crahan and The oKd lop is protection from defective crtriduej Drcrenti Dowder anil Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living in Bewleyville this week as guests of sisters. Saies from being blown back. The lide ejection never leli elected iKelU near Fleming, Pa., says he has used your lead and allowi quiet, accurate repeat inou. With limple Mrs. Marshall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. construction, removable action partf . leait parti of any .22 il ii tin Mr. Jack Tichenor, of Owensboro, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarquickest and eau'ett to clean. A great vacation nfie. Aik any gun dealer. Thos. Payne ,. 136 Dare 777arsi citalor spent the week end as the guest of Miss' rhoea Remedy in his family for four Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. Drury will will kelp ran decide wt.t rill. ?? lOTUI fireCWmS LO. teen years, and that he has found it to Mamie Kendall. belt mill your individual detiiei. . chaperone a boat party to Cincinnati Willow Street New Haven, Conn. Send 3 lUmpi for it today. be an excellent remedy, and takes Mrs. S. P. Parks is visiting in Branleaving Thursday. pleasure in recommendiue It. For Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, who has denburg as the guest of her father, Mr. sale by all dealers. been visiting in Louisville and Pewee James Lewis. Valley, returned home Saturday afterMr. Percy Fullenwider, of the Univernoon. , sity of Wisconsin, will give a violin reMrs. John Berry and children, of cital at the college on the evening of Nashville, who have been the guests of September Ith. W L. Black and family attended the Mr. and Mrs. Bate Hemdou, left the The golden glow of, marrigolds and first of the week for a visit to friends nasturtiums makes the lawn of Mrs. O. reunion at Lum Black's, near Union To solicit subscriptions and present our various Clubbing, and relatives in Louisville and Ilopkins-vill- C. Kitterman a charming study in Star Sunday. Magazine, Map and Book Offers with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Compton and yellows and greens. daughter, Miriam, and Glen Macy and At the meeting of the School ImMrs. Kate Lewis Bennett, of Summer family spent. Sunday with Mrs. Thomas Y provement League Friday afternoon, Seat, and Miss Beulah Mudd, of Louis- Hall. Mrs. James Hugh Conley, of Douglas, 'were dinner guests of Mrs. L. B, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Miss Vel.ua Bruner and Otis Severs Ga., gave a most delightful talk on the ville, Moremen Sunday. attended the Children's Day exercises value of the story in tho education ot three times every week, almost a daily, nt Clifton Mills Sunday and reported a the child, telling as an illustration a "I suffered habitually tom constlpa. nice time. most beautiful story, which was enjoyA ed by both old and young. This section tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and W. T. Gregory and son, Thomas, of strengthened the Rowels so that they of Breckenridge county is proud of Mrs. E. Garfield, spent part uf last week at "With your own conveyance, you can work all the rural Conley as one of our g'rls and certainly have been regular ever since." Henry Cashman's and attended the In congratulate Douglas in securing so Davis, Grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas, surance meeting at Paynesvllle Thurs routes and small towns and rural communities in your sec gifted and talented a worker. day. tion. K. Corn Salad. The attractiveness of some of the Jesse, the little son of Renfro Knptt, cottages on Main nnd Maple streets is was taken ill very suddenly one day much enhanced by the beautiful vines One dozen ears of corn, young and last week, but we are glad to see him that cover the porches. tender; one head of cabbage, chopped out again. Can be made on this splendid proposition. Misses May and Blanche Claycomb.of very line; one bunch celery or sufficient Misses Mary Abel and Hattie Louisville, are visiting Mr.' anil Mrs. O. celery seed to season well; one green of Webster, visited the Misses If you will write at once, you may be first in your field pepper; two red peppers; one cup sugar Phllpot near here Sunday. Fred Brite. and secure big orders. Write for an outfit today. All agents' cup salt; one Miss Blanche Kusler, ot Corydon, one pint vinegar; Mrs. Henry Cashman and baby, Roy supplies arc furnished free. Give good references. teaspoon clover. Avitt, spent Ind., arrived Sunday for a visit to her teaspoon alsplce; one last Wednesday with her Boll 25 minutes and seal in jars. Serve sister, Mrs. C. O. Kitterman. father, J. H. Avitt, of Lodlburg. egg dressing or Y Mrs. Katharine Wimp, of Owensboro, with Miss Alary Beard, of Hardinsburg. Is Mrs. Frank Carter, Welcome who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. spending a while with her grand Hall. ATLANTA, CE0RG1A John Wimp left Saturday for Lexingmother, Mrs. Z. C. Hendry. ton, where she will visit Dr. and Mrs. Chester Chappell, of Irvington, was Nevltt. here Sunday. EPHENSPORT ST Mr. and Mrs. Louis II, Jolly and Miss E. Claire Jolly returned Saturday from IBS Notice. a visit at Crab Orchard Springs. Misses Nettie May Unser, of OwensDr. L. B. Moremen and Mr. John boro, and Eva May Basham, of New Breckenridge Circuit Court. Akers, of Hardinsburg, left Tuesday Bethel, are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Chun. It. DeJurntttu's Admr., etc. I'lulntitrs, Vs. Order of ltufuruucu to Commissioner, night for Keokuk, Iowa. C. A. Tinius. L. DeJiirnuttu, etc., Defendants. English, Jr., Robertcreditors, Misses Emma Moore, Georgia and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey All of tho estate of Charles Kathleen Miles, of Owensboro, are and children were the guests of Mrs. R, Dejurnette deceased are notified to Mr. lMirmoi, uro you interested? If so, call on tho Ja,mes Crawford Saturday and Sunday. file their claims with the undersigned visiting Miss Mamie Kendall. managorof tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph of Gordon Payne went to liawesvillo Commissioneror the Breckenridge CirMiss Stella Wright, of Louisville, who Company nnd bavo him explain tho special "lav. cuit Court on before the first day of aj has been the guest of Miss Essie Ken- Monday. October, 1013, properly proven as remors Lino'' rate. x dall, returned home Sunday. Little Hewitt Steward, son of Mr. quired bylaw. Lee Walla, Coin. & R. B. O. Ellis Frsemau, of Gallatin, Tenn., is aud Mrs. Lewis Steward, we are glad niiuQCDi TPicpunuc ?. Is Improving after two weeks to learn, th guest of Miss Eva Pyn.For any itchncss of the skin, for skin S illness. (InoorportiUd.) Miss Mary Henry tuw ait rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan's 2 . Mr. and Mrs. A. B. UcKaughn, of Ointment. 50c at all drug stores. Mr.tJoua Gorman, of Atlanta, Ga. TIlaHin REPEATING RIFLE Moid grand-mothe- r, long-rif- le rl e Want Good Agents TRl-WEEKL- e. THE CONSTITUTION Only $1.00 Year x $5.00 fo $7.50 Per Day Duts-chk- e, one-ha- lf hard-boile- d mayo-nlas- THE TRl-WEEKL- CONSTITUTION S4El3.'?S:. r RURAL TELEPHONES ! I - ivn tcichdidu nnuoivv hr gut, Hi I J9llc3oc1lczz3oczzr)c 'Icrz3otz3czrnoi i B lol BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR Hardinsburg, Ky. Aug. 20, 21 and 22 II il I'HMWWtWIW mmmmmmmmwmmMmrmm..uumwmn n n $100 Saddle Stake $100 Harness Stake $100 Derby Stake DAY by skilled riders DON'T MISS THE BULL RACE THE FIRST This is the only tournament of this kind to be held at any fair in Kentucky. Bulls mounted MERRY-G- Liberal Premiums are Offered in Every Drpartmetit Insuring a big Display August 22nd August 20th August 21st Clmilclrens Day Louisville Day Day All Admitted Free O -- R.OUND ! Automobile Racing Derby Extraordinary Attractions of al! Kinds The Best BRASS BAND in this Part of the State Special Trains and Reduced Rates Every Day.- - Music Attraction Treat MUSIC ALL DAY y Something doing all the time for both old and young, Come one, come all! Come and see your neighbors; everybody will be there. Make the Breckinridge County Fair the best fair of all fairs Trains Stop at Fair Grounds The Fair Association guarantees all of the attractions to be clean in every particular. DON'T FORGET the new Drinking Cup Law we can't furnish cups on tanks, but will have plenty of good ice water. There will be cups on sale on the grounds. wmJk Wi'll, Ul.MitfnW 1 Take a day off and meet all your friends and neigh-bor- s at the fair. See what's going on. Forget your JUDGING HARNESS HORSES. Troubles. A day at the fair will do more good than all the doctors and medicines in the world. 5 '''"'WW'vi A 1 Allt lAllllllTOIt. TRY IX! SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE Greatly Reduced Rates on all Trains Frem Points flentionedto Hardinsburg, Ky. and Return Falls of Hough Kllmitch. .... . Alain Line Points KAKK Louisville Wcdt Point .. Howard Hurtles Kuclc Haven Long Branch . Brandenburg Kknm Guston Irvington Webster Lodiburg Myotic... Fordsvillo '. $2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .80 .75 80 1.00 1.00 Stun pi o Stnphciisport. Addison Holt Cloverport Skillnmn Htiwcsvillo . Oaks Asking ., Van Zant Hockvalo .95 .90 .80 ,70 .05 Glen Dean MoQuady Kirk 1 lamed , Garfield Basin Sprint? .50 .35 .30 .20 .35 .50 Date of sale August 20, 21 and 22. lteturn Limit: August 23, 1912. 7.12 7.15 7.20 7.2S... 7.32 ... 7.40 .... 7.50 .., . Addison .Stophonsport Sainplo Mystic iioit .0.50 .... ... .0.02 .5.58 ..'..5.49 ....5.42 ,..'5.34 7.12... 7.15... 7.22... 7.20... X-3- 6 Lodiburg , 8.Q0.... ...Webster .. Irvingtpn 1 ,..5.22 . 8.10 8.20...., 8.38 Pctrio Adair Ma coo . . . In addition to regular train sorvico, special trains will be operated on tho following schedule: Basin Spring. Garfield ..... !.. ,5.1G ,.5.08 ... -- See 7.58 8.15 7.40.. 8.07' noto.. ...J.i. Lmvisport Waittnan. Owciisboro ... Cloverport to Hardinsburg and Return Aug. 21 and 22 COMING IlKTUUNING 1'. M. lamed .4.40 8.42 Junction 30 S.50 Ar. Hardinsburg Lv.. ....4.30 Fordsvillo to Hardinsburg and Return August 21 and 22, 1912 GOING 4.53 ,.n MM Ellmich Oaks Askins Van Zant liockvalo ..... DompstGf .... Falls of Rough Glon Dean - McQuady 5.33 5.03 5.25 " ! 5.18 '" 5.13 5 09 See note 5.03 "" 4 51 Kirk Junction Ar Hardinsburg Lv 7TZ4.30 4.44 ..IZ.4 30 Branch Line Points if 1.00 Dempster .. 7.00 u. m. Lv. Cloverport Ar. ...U.20 7.05 Lv Fordsvillo Ar IlKTUUNING P. M. Note Motor car will run between Falls of Hough and Dorapstor in connection with this schedule. J. P. Gardner, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. 5.40 For any other information or premium list, write A. T. BEARD, nqioi President M JNO. M. SKILLMAN, KSZ2I Secretary msi