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The Breckenridge news: September 4, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912090401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 4, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII RECKENRIDGE COUNTY THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages L HI CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1912. Bull Moose Party Starts Novel Automobile Tour New York, August 3O. No. 9 COUNTY THOUSANDS HEAR Prominent Lodge Man Critically I HOSTESS BULUHOOSERS Chas. May, Sr., had a nervous break From state "flydown last week and is ill at his home progressive headquarters today a in this city. His health has been failing squadron" of automobiles equipped Reports. with a piano, organ, printing press Receive Walking Papers From Make SpeechesTalks Made in ing all summer. Mr. May is popular Have Banner Year started for a and Pennsylvania-H- as Regular Taft Organization. a Black in several lodge circles which nre conCloverport Leads In Financial tour other novel features, cerned over his illness. of New York state. Six of The Nine Committee smith Grip Governor Church Gives One large automobile van decorated Report-Cori- nth Will or Shall? with a bull moose hoad and with porby Big Crowds at Men Resign With Chairman Fifty Dollars For Home Missi- traits of Rcoscvelt and Johnson led Lott-- A Every Railroad Station. Fight On In Hancock. His Move She "I had an argument ons-Mrs. Tom L. Gregory, the parade It was followed by two with Alice this tiior.iing over the proper touring cars filled with speakers, singMeet At ers and distributors of campaign lit use of 'shall' uii'l 'will.' Perhaps ou SAYS HAWESVILLE CLARION CAMPAIGN IS NOW OPENED. craturc. There were ten men in the ctn tell me whici is correct, 'Will you Glen Dean. marry me?' or 'Stialf you marry iiib?' " party. They will sleep in the van. The Bull Moose tossed his antlers On Hoard Governor Wilson's Special He 'I should na, 'Will you marry Six such squadrons will go forth and JOHN SHAW RESIGNS every county in the stato will be vis- vigorously at the Republican commit- Car, Easton, Pa., Aug. 30. Governor me?' " MRS. tee meeting hore Tuesday, and, as a Woodrow Wilson Invaded Pennsylvania She "Then why In the world don't ited. result, the G. O. P. elephant also cut yesterday, Intending to make an ad you?" Boston Transcript. The annual meeting of tho Woman's a few limited capers, and as the fur- dress at the State Grangers picnic at ission Auxiliary of tho Breckenridge ther result there are now two Repub- Williams' Grove, south of Harnsburg. SCHOOL FUND aptist Association was held at Walnut lican or parties in The Governor was surrounded by such rove Thursday. There were eleven the county. The Taft Republicans will big crowds wherever the train stopped cieties represented and the meeting Apportionment Gives Warren meet here on Monday, September 2, to that he found when he crossed from as well attended by debates and reorganize, and the meeting is sched Pennsylvania into New Jersey at Eas- Has Accepted An Invitation to Be isitors. Mrs. Tom L. Gregory, vice- County a Per Capita of $4.11 uled to be a mass convention of all ton that he had made half a dozen Present at the National Coniresldent, presided. Mrs. John Shaw the Taftltes in the county. The Pro speeches, had shaken hands with On $37,738.21. time cted as secretary for the last gressives will meet here on Saturday, thousands of people and had talked servation Congress at Inter holding the ofllco since the or September 7, at 1:30 p. m , for the collectively to a multitude. ganization. Mrs. J. F. Jones was elecdianapolis Next Month. Frankfort, Aug. 27. The apportion- purpose of organizing permanently, ft was the opening of the campaign d to succeed Mrs. Shaw, and Miss ment of the school fund among the and to this meeting also all Progress- outside of New Jersey and the day's ,ena Payne was elected treasurer. counties has been completed by the De- ives are invited. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 30. Wood-roevents were plainly a surprise to the A motion was put before the mem- - partment of Education. The apportionWilson, Democratic Presidential There were eight members of the Governor. He had looked for no demers and carried that the Auxiliary ment from the State amounts to 4 for regular Republican co'mmlttee pres onstrations, as his train plans were not candidate, has accepted an invitation to till) A CCnP 3 fill each pupil, but to this is added the counnnnt- nMH tllltf 1 ent, and six of these, Including County decided upon until the last moment. be present one day vthen the National ext year as more concentration could ty's share of the dog tax and bonds, so Conservation Congress convenes for a be given to the work of the societies. that every county has more than 4 per four days' session here 011 October i, Invitations wore extended from Gar- - capita. Livingston county, with an apnccording to a message received today Held, Black Uck and Glen Dean, the portionment of j.39, leads. Jefferson from President J. II. White, in New Datter place being decided for meeting county receives only 4.02, because the York, to Thomas R. Shipp, secretary of pext August, Wednesday after the first dog tax collections amount to only the congress. President Taft and Col. Sunday. $1,147.06. ' Rooseelt have also been invited, but The following societies were repre The compilation of the apportionreplies have not been receied from sented: Glen Dean, Mrs. Jeff Owen; ment involved 10,000 calculations, dithem. .Just stand aside und watch yourself ro by; Amnions which has a new society of viding over 3,000,000 among more than Think ofjouivolf as "ho" instead of '"I." the English church, Mjs. Lewis; Mc- - 11,000 schools. This year, for the first Rev. English at Crab Orchard. Quady, the Corinth church which time, it balanced to a cent. Watch closely, as in other men you note stood third in finances, Mrs. Bnckey; Rev. Everett English litis been holdWarren county's per capita is 4.1 1, or Tho bag kneed troupers and the seedy coat; Hardinsburg, Miss Meta Di.to and in cash 37,738.21. ing r very successful meeting at Crab Pick flaws, find fault, forgot tho man is you, Mrs. Shaw; Garfield, Mrs. M. P. Comp- Orchard for two weeks. There were 24 And strive to make your estimate ring true. ton, Mrs. Priest, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. additions to the church, Beauchamo: Irvineton, which had the Confront j'ourrfolf and look you in the eye ROBERT PIERCE secctad largest linancial report, Miss Just stand aside and watch ourself go by. Nairie McGehee; Stephensport, Mrs. ttooerts. Mrs. uennetc, iurs. xiurvcy Interpret all your motives just us though English, Miss Payne; Black Llck.Mrs. Elected President Of The Ladies You looked on one whoso aims you did not know. T, J. Moorman, Mrs. J. . Jones, Mrs. Aid Society. Opens With Large Attendance. Miss Lizzie Let undisguised contempt surge thiough you whon Daugherty, Mrs. Craig; Bewleyville, And Citizens Skillman Made Secretary.and You see you shirk, O commonest of men! Improvement Miss Beuhih Payne, Mrs. T. J Trip- Mrs Gross; Cloverport which had lett, Despise your cowardice; condemn whato'or League Attend School OpenLeaves President's Chair With :he highest financial report, Mrs L. You note of falseness in you anywhere. Cord- llbson, Mrs. S. P. Conrad, Mrs. ing Monday-Brig- ht Prospects $136.43 In The Treasury Defend not one defect that sbames your eye ey, Mrs, W. Gibson. Mrs. Fitch, Mrs. For 1912-191.lust stand aside and watch yourself go by. Ddewalt; Harned, Mrs. Tom L. Greg-jrA fine year or the Lidies A'dS.icietv closed Monday and better one will And theD with eyes unveiled to what j'ou loathe The Irvington school opened Monday NOTES begin next mouth. The new officers morning with appropriate exercises. To sins that with sweet charity you'd clothe Allen Robinson, nearly eighty-ninelected nre as follow: Mrs. Robert Four hundred people were said to be tenement you'll go Back to your ears, was the oldest man present. He fierce, President; Mrs. James II. l, present, the number including I4O juried the first person in the grave With tolerance for all who dwell below. Mrs. T. 1 first pupils, the teachers, parents and inyard at the church fifty eight years Siwjer, btcotid Tho faults of others then will dwarf and shrink, . MiSs terested citizens. igo. Mr. Robinson was born and reared Lizzie SkiUuiin, Secretary; Mrs. Helen Love's chain grow stronger by one might' link The teachers this year are: Prof. lear Walnut Grove church and iu ret Adams, Treasurer; Miss Georgia White, "When you, with "he" as substitute for Tanner and Mrs Tanner, Mrs. R. H rospection he can recall many stirring P anoist. Miss Lizzie Hkillmau was McGlothlan and Miss May Watlington. Have btood aside and watched yourself go by. tories of the illustrious place. He president lest year, and she kept the Irvington is well pleased with the faculFrom Triumph Chronicle ives at the home of his daughter, Mrs. society hustling. Monday Afternoon ty and the school spirit in that place is Jandy, and he is honored and loved in there was $136 43 as a balance in the at its zenith. he very deepest sense by his children treasury. After the meeting adjourned . nd Mrs. Pierce entertained the bociety at Camp Of The Big Four. Btowus. There were seventeen guests 00o including the Rev. Mr. Lewis. They BeBut from early morning until nightfall John Keys, the brother of little Mr. had a jolly time and left with much en- Chairman S B. Lott, resinned. Norman Gregory, Wilbur Chapiu, resigning members the crowds gathered at the railroad sides Mr. Lott, the who is the tenth child of Jlyde Keys, Addis Kramer and Orville Sahlie, of thusiasm for the coming year's work. of stations and cheered enthusiastically. were: R E. Stewart, Ir. and Mrs. J. w. Keys, was at the The Governor in all rode 2I5 miles Owensboro, left Monday for a ten das the legislature, Robert Keowu, Claud Association Thursday afternoon. This Bion Mostly and through Pennsylvania, and when night camping trip. The boys will pitch their Bolmg, Miles Fuqua, Morris Osborne Here. s'jthesQeond time in seven years that 0. C. Howe. Jas. Lamb was not pres- came he was tired and hoarse. At tent about a half mile above Addison on missed school for a half day. ItMs ent, but it is understood that he is for Lancaster, Harrlsburg and Williams' the river, where they will put in their ,ec le nas never oeen aosenc a wnuie uuy Wilbur Morris Osborne was at Holt and in the regulars. The other two who did Grove, Reading, AUentown and Eas- time hunting and fishing. In Ince be started. ton, great crowds 'jammed the railroad Chapln and Addis Kramer left early N. S. Ureathouse, forItle Cloverport this week, his first visit not resign are ooo yards and the Governor competed In Monday morning in their canoe acess- back for some time. Mr. Osborne's mer county clerk, and James Hayden, his talks with the noise of locomotives companied by "Billy", their watch dog, postmaster at Lewisportr. In- - The church grave-yar- d is splendidly home 's In Kansas City, Mo., with his Norman and Orville going on the train his and trains. Committeeman Fuqua presented ept and shows that many take pains parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Osborne, At handshaking as well as back plat with their camp outfit. The boys are resignation in writing, and he scored usi-keep it in a pretty condition. lie has a position in a large Implement the Taft convention up at Chicago in form stumping the Governor had a expecting to have a big time, as firm. "I started at the bottom to learn strongest terms. strenuous time. A brawny blacksmith preparations for this trip have been the implement business and I am workLabor Day in Cloverport. who went out were, In wrung the Governor's hand so hard at going on for several weeks. Several The members ing to the top," said Mr. Osborne. "Its accordance Williams' Grove that for a moment the parties from here will visit the boys, Route shops and tho. awful to.me to see so many idle people a sense, kicked out in The Henderson resolution nominee dropped his right hand limply while in camp. with the Ity banks observed Labor Day. The through the country. Everybody is adopted Republican Cen- to his side and extended his left hand. at the State closed a few hours between compelled to work in Kansas City and Walking Typhoid. meeting at Louisville The Governor said his hand still pained of mails. Otherwise busi- - everybody is happy. A slogan there is: tral Committee Ltrlbutlon early in August, which directed that him from the experience. Be Cheerful, Its contagious," Mr. i activities wcte just as usual. Several thousand people wedged tnls action bo' taken in every case Osborne said along with several re- where a committeeman was found by themselves in the big auditorium at Joe LaHelst has been ill of walking marks that showed that he has the word' or act to be guilty of encourag- Williams' Grove to hear the Governor's typhoid fever five weeks. Mr, LaHelst Improviug Shoe Store. is now confined to his bed and his progressive and altruistic spirit. ing the Moose people. The new mem- principal speech, but far more were brother, Albert LaHelst, nrrlved yester-t- o Conrad Sippet, the shoe man, is re Robert Osborne, his brother, has also chosen by the regulars are as fol- unable to gain entrance and the Govbe with him, tiring his store and getting ready for made good in the realestate business bers E. J. Snyder for Indian Creek, ernor mado a second speech out doors. lows: Slppel is enjoying and has handsome offices in Kansas fall trade. Mr. Dave Lawson for Yellow Creek, John Foolish Question. Increase of Dullness wuich he car- - City. They are acquainted with R. A. Utility, J. C. Barlow for Good Road Work. date way. He has Long, one of the biggest men of the Miller for oa In an up-tSuspense. "Muz, did you hear the Pellville, John W. Sanders for Easton, gotten a nice order of stationery West and Mr. Osborne says that Mr when it tumbled over?" Same good work has been doue 011 and J. T. Newton for Lyonla. This as capable and the Breckenridge News print Long is as "No, darling. I hope papa didn't new material is called to meet on Mon- the hill road at Adams' crossing, Stone generous us his reputation. day, September '2, with the old mem- from Cabuu's crusher has been used. It fall." The old friends of the Osborne family "Not yet he's still hanging 011 to the shows up beautifully. Why not use Hayden, Greathouse and Lamb. are glad to hear of their welfare in their bers, Miss Louise Nicholas. picture molding." Loudon Opinion. more of it? new home. BACON'S STORE WILL HAVE who is the LMUq Louise Nicholas, Harned Dedication. First Sale Of New Burley. REST ROOM FOR VISITORS t pt nr cousins, Misses muureu ana School Notice. The new Methodist church at Harned sAjJa Calahan, of Evansville, is a Geo. Milburn, living near Custer, has Bacon's store iu Louisville has com- will be dediceted on the third Sunday iu The Cloverport Graded and High iTopular young visitor in that city. n re&t room for the State Pair September, instead of the second, by sold his present crop of Hurley to Pete puted i i iMMin the guest of honor at sev- - School will open Monday morning, Rev. II. C. Morrison, D. D., of Asbtiry Duller for 210 round. This Is the first AH pupils are requested to visitors and will tatecuteof all packUrUinmutUs, one of which was ages gratis. Be sure to go to the store College. Basket dinner. Everybody in- sale of tobacco in the couuty and the Marion Weatherholt, be present. ig party given by Mr. and Mrs. pucesems to be right. M. L, Dyer. vited. and take advautugei offeied to all. Chairman School Hoard. B. Payne. BAPTIST WOMEN Sur-rounde- JJOV. WILSON DELIGHTFUL d Breckenridge Baptist Association Has Two Days Session. Discussion Of State Missions And Sunday School Work Special Features-Lar- ge Attendance. MEET NEXT YEAR AT CORINTH,, The tenth session of the Breckenridge Association of Baptists convened with the Walnut Grove church, near Lodi-bur- g, last Wednesday and concluded, its work in two days, adjourning Thursday aiternoon. Former moderator J. J. Wiliett, of Hardinsburg called the body to order. Former clerk W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was on hand and in his place. In the absence of the appointeo and the alternate, Dr. W. D. Powell, o Louisville, the corresponding secretary of the State Board of Missions, preached the introductory sermon. It was a great message. The moderator appointed Brethren J. T. Lewis and E. O Cottrell to read the statistical reports from the churches. All the fifteen churches made reports which showed a net gain ot over one hundred in membership, ard an increase Two new in gifts to. missions etc. churches that were organized during the year were received into the Association, viz , English Chapel and church. Rev. J. J. Wiliett and Mr. W. C. Moorman were unanimously as moderator and clerk respectively. The Moderator named Brethren W. C. Moorman, J. T. Lewis and E. O. Cottrell the committee on Order of Business. During the session the chairmen as'ined to prepare reports read the same and after discussion, all of them were adopted. Those bringing in reports were: W. II. Bruner, on Orphans Home; E. O. Cottrell, on State Missions; E. B. Gatlin, on Religious Literature; M. P. Compton, on Ministers Aid Society; J. T. Lewis, on Temperance, Lee Nelson, on District or Associational Missions; Monta Mc- Farlaud on Home Missions; J.J. Wil iett on Foreign Missions; T. H. Moor man on School and Colleges; J. B Hcrndon on Sunday Schools, and G. M. Barklev on Obituaries. The features of the association were the discussions of State Missions by Dr. W. D. Powell and of Sunday Schools by State Secretary Louis Entzmingcr. The Woman's Missionary Union had a very successful meeting on Thursday. The different societies made good reports of work done during tho year. Mrs. iomdregory was Mrs. Shaw de- - ' cllned to stand for as secretary and Mrs. J. T. Jones.of Black Lick church was elected secretary. The Union made a change in the time of its meeting with a good minority against it. Next year instead of meeting In connection with the Association at Corinth church, the Union meets on Wednesday after the first Sunday in. August at Glen Dean with Goshen church. The Mission Board was enlarged this year. It is composed of ull the pastors residing in the Association and one member from, each church In tho Association. W. H, Gibson was selected The new from the Cloverport church. Board organized by electing J.B. Hern-d- on chairman, and V. C. Moorman, Sec'y and Treasurer. The next meeting of the Board will be held at Hardinsburg Monday, September 9th, at one o'clock. Rev. E. O. Cottrell was selected to preach the introductory sermon next year, with Rev. J. T. Lewis as alternate. Seven churches invited tho Association to meet with them next year and after due consideration, it was decide d to hold the next session with the Corinth church at Jolly Station. The attendance was large both days and the entertainment was all that could have been desired. Among those who attended from Cloverport were: Rev. E. O. Cottrell, Rev. Leo Nelson nnd wife, W. H. Gibson, wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larkln Gibson, Mrs. J. N. Cordrey, Mrs. S. P. Conrad, Mrs. O. T. Odewalt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, Dr. J. T. Owen, Mr. Lee Woods and Mr, Barny Squires. E, 0. C. Mc-Dan- iel Vice-Presiden- t. I saml-Republl- 1 GOV.JILSON w - I t" I a Watch Yourself Go By 18. i y. 3. 11 e solf-walle- d Rui-dt.l- Vict-Preside- Vice-Piesidr- ''I'' I I grand-childre- n. J LI L a Franks-McCullpo- h o step-ladd- broad-minde- er o, ( '4 4 THE All Colors-Blu- LAM e, SHOES Green, Patent Again-Eve- Gray, Tan, Red, And White. Black ry Leathers In Vogue From Price to $1.50 $12. "Cheap? cheaper, cheapest!'' that's the cry for shoes now. A leading shoe dealer said Sati nlny that the calls for cheap shoes had become so many, that he was compelled to put In a cheap department with shoes at the prices $1 50 and f'J.sO. This class of footwear Iooks well, tut docs not wear, however, it is popular and the masses want it. In fact, the women now, instead of having one pair of black shoes for nice and an old pair for second wear, they must have shoes for every dress, shoes of every color, high shoes, half shoes, pumpj, slippers and house slippers, besides tennis shoes nnd dancing slippers The shoes for fall show heavy soles Some are lace, some button with cloth Then there are the satin hhoes iCjtops. in blue and green. The colored shoes also come in suede effects, these are cheaper than the satin which cost from The colortd ten to twelve dollars. suede shoes can be bought from $2 5O Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES tho upper sulj with bread crumb stuffing seasoned with onion, roll up, tlo For Information, Entry Wanks, Catalogue, Address nnd seal In bag with a J. DENT, SCCY. lump of butter or clarified dripping 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE. KY nnd a spoonful of water. Put in a hot oven for three minutes, slack heat, and cook until done,- allowing fifteen to twenty minutes to tho pound. If tomatoes are at hand, put ono or two, peeled and sliced, in with for a kidney remedy ask distinctly the meat. The gravy will bo better for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same and the meat itself more piquant. Sllco peeled potatoes thin, drop In that Mr. Nail had. 50c all stores. cold water, drain out, put In a greased Co., Props,, Buffalo, N, Y. bag after sprinkling very lightly with salt, add a little extra grease, seal toft. Produce a Lighter nnd more Uniform Quality, Anyone who wears well made shoes and cook fifteen to thirty minutes Get greater results with less effort; want your L LEAGUES in a fairly hot oven, the time dependcan testify they pay nnd wear twice as ing on the quantity in the bag. baking to bo a satisfaction to yourself and a delong and are easier on the feet than Wash the apples well, but do not light to your family the cheap shoes with paper soles, etc. One young married lady said recently Wanted OverThe County-- A True peel, cut out specks and bruises, core, fill the bottom of the with her birthday present from her husband "Generally debilitated for years. Method For Arousing Interest a lump of butter, over which pile was a pair of shoes to match each dress. sugar, nnd add a bit of cinnamon. A Had sick headache, lacked ambition, A young lady who buys one par of It will do all this and more. Every sack In Public Schools County In clove stuck In the Bldo may take the was worn cut and all run down. Burshoes a season pays the price of $6 and dock Dlood Bitters made mo a well place of tho cinnamon. Seal lnsldo bag, and bake eighteen stitute September 23. 37 a pair for the English last shoe and a woman." Mrs. Chas Freltoy, Moos-up- , to twenty minutes in a fairly hot she tinds that it is the best way she can Conn. oven. invest her money. She does not know Interest is the major factor in school Make cold slaw in tho usual way, what it is to suffer with hurting feet Lewisport, work, ind Interest, as all other things, and the salted peanuts as follows, afand her shoes are always in shape with must have an incubator. BIG SPRING. ter blanching and drying them: Put the heels straight. bag, set In a There is one vital thing upon in a Many persons are trying, the rubber which pecuniary, moral, scholastic and very hot oven for half minute, then heels now and it is the greatest comand Rev. and Mrs. King returned Wed- social interest of a place depends, viz: reduce the heat fort that has ever been manufactured nesday from Louisville where they spent the supply of the various demands of leave nuts to brown for ten minutes for humanity. The "Cats Paw" makes n few tlays with their daughter, Mrs. that locality; something which, when longer. They will come out crisp and tsautiful, needing only a sprinkling the path of life like a cushion and it is McCoimell. well operated, develops an alsthetic of salt. well worth the price to wear'them. Miss Ermine Cox, after a week's visit taste for a proficient education and To make tho banana puffs, roll out Some girls wear low heels for health. with Mrs. McConnell, of Louisville, re- furnishes ffective entertainment for good puff paste a quarter-Incthick For street wear, the voung women are all. and cut it in squares six inches across. turned home Friday. showing correct taste in discarding There is a league bulletin in your Cover half of each square diagonally Horn, to the wife of J. Hicks, the 29th, pumps and silk stockings and are weardhtrict which contains sufficient data with, bananas sliced thin and soaked ing regular street boots with thirty five a girl. for half an hour In sugar and lemon for a citation of the above assertion. Misses Louise and Mildred Moorman bag and bake twelve minutes In a hot cent hose. In fact, the most stylish is Have you vet organized a school oven. Bananas, always cheap, and that which is most sensible and appro- are visiting their aunt, Mrs. FJ. A. league? If not, do you expect to? among the most nourishing of the Strother, nnd uncle, Chas. Hardaway, priate for the occasion. The man with money in tho bank has All schools will have been in session fruits, ought to bo more used in. cookMen will still wear tan shoes with this week. long enough' to have erch organized, ery. himself with SECUKITY and is "silver" hose, 01 black shoes with Mrs, Kate Kasey goes to Vine Grove and have a splendid working league in Hero is another good meal lor a ready for anjr emergency. He need not fear modest patterns of hosiery. Clean shoe this week to keep house for her brother, winter day: her district. the rough weather of Life's Voyage. Start strings, straight heels an-- well polished Jim Harned. If the county superintendent shall Pork Tenderloin, Roasted with Sweet will help a mail along in his busia bank account with us today. shoes Miss Elauor Scott, 6f Vine Grove, at- grant our request and it perforce, we Potatoes ness as much as a full pocket book. Cabbage Pudding tended the ice cream supper, and was shall have a special period at the inStewed Carrots Celery the guest of the Misses Cox. stitute for a symposium on leagues. Apple Dumplings, Cider Sauce We are expecting a league report An article that has real merit should Mrs. W. A. ltarnes and children, of FIRST STATE BANK, Ky. Cheese Crackers in time become popular. That such is Oweutou, spent last week with her sis- from each teacher during the institute, Coffee Have tho tenderloins split lengthwhich convenes September 23, I9I2. the case with Chamberlain's Cough ter, Mrs Jim Hush. J. C. PAYNE, Let us not neglect this paramount wise and cut them In halves. Wipe Remedy has been attested by many Miss Pearl K. Hush, of Pleasureville, duty. with a clean, damp cloth, rub over dealers. Here is one of them. tl. V. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. with butter or dripping, season lightly Logan Hickerson, Co. Pres. , llendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind , writes, with salt and pepper, and lay In a Jim Hush. Miss Nell Cashman, Secy. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the bag along with raw sweet Miss Pattye Cox spent Friday at Vine best for coughs, colds and croup, and potatoes, peeled and halved, or quaris my best seller." For sale by all Grove. Consult T. N. McGlothlan for tered If very large. Add a lump of dealers. fat, butter or dripping, rolled In p. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Collins attended subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al. little Hour, of the Corydon fair last week. Times. Post, Herald, Farmers water. Seal also a tablespoonful hot bag and cook in a Has A Cost System. The ladies hope to have the new or- Homo Journal, Stock Yard Journ- oven thlrty-flvminutes to an hour, Jell' Ilambleton, Henderson, $ 5.00 al, Western Recorder and Brock according to the quantity of food in 15. Payne, merchant at Oaks, went gan by Sunday. C. L. L. "Wilkcrson, Now York, . 25.00 en ridge News. tho hag. Slack that after five minutes. to Louisville Monday. Mr. Payne has The Aid meets with Mrs. King SepC. E. Keith, Elizabothtown Slow, steady cooking makes tho meat 5.00 the cost of living down to a unit. He tember 11. All members are requested tender, yet full of flavor. has a wife and five children and it has to be present. Rich Town And Poor Schools, Choose a tender cabbage for the for living expenses cost him just 5 pudding. Shred it fine, then drop In Clarkson left Saturday for LouLewis for the past five months. He lived at boiling salted water and cook uncovHarned one year for $00, this was for isville to secure a position as conductor The conscience of Greenwich, Conn., ered at full boll, ten minutes. Drain the second richest town in America, has out, run cold water through himself, wife and boarder part of the 011 the street car. It, then been shown by proof that mix it thoroughly through a pint of tim". He looks well and prosperous. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moorman returned milk which has been beaten well with Saws it is an easy thing to live well and Wednesday from Illinois and Missouri. When schools are builded near a stagtwo eggs, and season with salt and nant spring cheap if you know how. They will leave this Fall to make their A little learning proves a dangerous pepper. If the cabbago is small, use home at Quincy, 111. one egg and half a pint of milk. Have ' thing. Old Mexico At State Fair tho bag very thickly greased and Frank Shiremau, of Mauckport, Ind., millionaires and multi- sprinkle It inside with grated cheese. was here last week. The greatest of Pain's Spectacular millionaires and a large supply of Put In the mixture by big spoonfuls, will ha,ve attached themselves add a lump of Fireworks entitled 'Old .Mexico" butter and sprinkle In to this Connecticut suburb of New more cheese between the spoonfuls. His Lost Love York city. These wealthy citizens, Seal very tight, lay on a trivet, put (Translated (rum tke French) though usually in fact uninterested in in a hot oven for three' minutes, then local problems, hand out small sums Black heat, and cook for at least an Upon the balcony my love and I, SUBSCRIBE NOW now and then to show their good feel- hour. In fond uuibrace, Scrape carrots as usual, 'cut them ing. It has become the custom to deRegarded each the other lovingly; ....FOR THE.... put charity for needed school im- In pieces and gill Into a buttered bag pend on So fair, so like a rose that one may see with half a of stock, a dot of In sunlight glisten white, thus radiantly provements, but this method has helped butter and salt and pepper to taste. only the schools which are conspicu- Cook thirty-fivWas seen her face. to minutes ously located. at a moderate heat. waist I clasped. The presHer slender Aided by the division of education of Apple dumplings are apple dump sure sweet was heaven foretold, the Russell Sage Foundation the school lings in or out 01 bags. Tholr goodThe fragrance of her breath arose to me, committee and a body of private citi ness depends on three thlnes the My willing senses reeled in ecstacy, zens made an inve tigation which paste, tho maker and the cooking. Intoxicating was her touch to me, proved, according to May Ayres in The Tho apple is hardly more than a Not only circula vehicle to hold sweets and spices and And I was hold. Survey, that "twenty-ninGreenwich accent the tang of them. people, people Her foolish, fond, impassioned lover, I; school rooms have less air space per DAILY, SUNDAY AND Make real puff paste for your dumppupil than the lowest legal minimum lings, roll It a quarter-IncHut brief my dream! people who who buy, high thick, fit She fell, and hard ngaiust the cruel ptrmitted by any state having law It neatly around the apples, which class goods, people who should be liberally treated with sugar covering the point. ground Largest Circulation South of they read, "An exhibit was held which stated and butter, not to name lemon peel Her frail form lifeless sank without a Baltimore the laws of Connecticut concerning the and cinnamon, put in a sound. Is or bag with a small lump of butconstruction of school buildingslaws Ujdieinerical, alas! this form I found ter and a spoonful of sugar, and cook Editorial providing for fireproof stairs and halls; That I esteem. for twenty to twenty-flvminutes In t for doors that swing outward; for pro- a fairly hot oven. "Why are your eyes, my friend," said BY MAIL tection of woodwork about furnaces For cider sauce, cream half a cup oue close by,. and it gave pictures of Greenwich of butter, frothy light, beat into it a Methodist Quarterly Meet"Willi tears so ripe?" Daily and Sunday per annum $7.00 uic iur, jarooe, was guar ml schoolhouses where stairs and halls are heaping cup of sugar, then set over "In oue short hour behold my agony! in full and ho will probably be ret " " 5.00 Daily only ing At Stephensport not fireproof, where doors do not swing hot water nnd add gradually a cup The world is blank, my love no more there the coining year. A fine lit " outward, where 4 the woodwork about of fresh sweet elder, hot but not boil" 2.00 Sunday only I'll see; ing. Boat hard together, grate nutfurnaces is unprotected. The Methodi&ts at Stephensport had was served on the church yard gri " " Alas; my only love is lost to me" 1.00 "The exhibit attracted attention. It meg over, and serve very hot. It was my pipe! The cheese crackers are lightly but- a big day last Sunday, being the last by the local membership and cut deep What the outcome will be tered, sprinkled with parmesan, and Quarterly meeting of the year there. body present enjoyed the clay. Jane Van M. Sousa, in Harper's remains to be sjen; but, according to heated Inside a bag for about five Presiding Elder Thompson, preached the latest report, Greenwich now In- minutes. two sermons to a crowded house In the All Hie News All the Time Louisville Evenlt tends to invest a quarter of a million (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated morning and afternoon. The salary and Breckenridge dollars in a new school plant. ' or the year due the preacher In charge, Literary Frees.) oe year 3.so. wcll-greaso- d he the chief night attraction at the Kentucky State I'air IhN year. It is unquestionably the most gcorgcous and spectacular arrangement and assemblage of fireworks display's that the Orcat l'ain has yet shown, nnd "Old Mexico" will be seen in the United States for the first time at the Kentucky State l'nir. Hundreds of men nnd women nrc employed to add to the sj)cctnculnr effects before the main part of the fireworks begins. The scene is in Old Mexico before the Mexican Wnr. It is n feast day and the populace, ntlircd in gala colors, play games and their national sports, dancing girls, flower girls, bull fighters and nil thcotherpcculiarcharac- ters of Old Mexico are in the foreground, when General Winficld Scott, lending The the American armies, advances. fireworks display descriptive of the llattle, the heavy cannonading in the distnnce, the thunder nnd lightning of the elements, the panic of the citizens, the bursting of shells nnd the bombardment of the I'ort, winds up with one grnnd chnrgc in the face of awful fire when the Americans scale the walls and plant Old Glory on the rnmparts. Fol- lowinj: this is a demonstration and gcorgeous display of Twentieth Centuiy fireworks, including nil the new nnd wonderful creations of pyrotechnic art. Among the notable Kentuckinus whose pictures will be burned in fire, most of whom will be readily recognized by visitors to Louisville, are: Gov. Jns. It. McGrcary.vCol. V. It. Ilaldeman, J. W. Newman, Commissioner of Agriculture, Mayor W. O. Head, Honorable Henry Wattcrson, U. V. Knott, Chas. 15. Nortor and R. V. Itrown. -- THEY ALUMD IT Cloverport, Like Every City And Town In The Union, Receives It. People with kidney tils want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. Tliero are many remedies today that relieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here is proof of merit from this Vicinity. Henry Nail, Hartford, Ky , says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills for about a year and have found them to be an excellent remedy for kidney complaint. 1 had pains in my back and in my sides. Seeing Doan's Kid-no- y Pills advertised, I procured a box and they did me a world of good. I can therefore recommend them to anyone suffering from kidney trouole." Tho above is not an isolated case. 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Hendrick Entertaind Eleven Marriage Licenses Issued in August-Revi- val at Kirk. iCORRESPONDENTVERY BUSY. vnenaine rair Which will be Held in Louisville September before 9 to 14 Miss Vera Tinius, of Holt, spent Inst week with her mint, Mrs. Doltih Thomas Cnllahnn mid sons, Thomas and Hubert, after an extended visit to Mr, and Mrs. 1). H. Helming, have returned to their home in Cincinnati.' rj. h. Robertson, of Glen Dcaj, delivered some cattle here last week. Claude Mercer went to Frankfort Monday. Misses Clara Belle Dellavcn and Kliza .Miller snent last week with their cousin. IFMi'sHettie Lewis Miller, at her home niAr Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Gude Hendrick and I' children, Mrs. Oscar Hook, Mr. and KMrs. W. U. Griffin iml daughter, and Miss Iiettie Hook spent last Wednesday .with Mrs. Alvin Withers. Rev. M. h. Dycr assisted by Rev. Roberts, are holding a meeting with the M. E. church at Kirk. Mrs. Meador, of Kingswood, has charge of the singing. They are making an earnest appeal to the sinners to forsake their ways. Mrs. Rebecca McGary has sold her dwelling to Mrs. Mollie Dejarnette. Mrs. McGary and Mrs. H. II. Lewis will leave for Louisville about Sept. 6. , Joel II. Tile, of Louisville, spent the week end in town. He came for his household goods. The people of loathe to give Mr. and Mrs. Pile up. Especially will he be missed by the school teachers of the county. Miss Neta Beard has returned to her home in Louisville after a two weeks visit to her grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Beard. Mrs. Blanche Reed is at home after a visit to Mrs. Silas A. Pate, Hopkins-villHar-dinsbu- rg e. VERYBODY and his cousin will be there and naturally you do not want to miss it as the Fair this year will be greater, grander, more instructive and more entertaining than ever but PONT We GO HOME WITHOUT FIRST VISITING OUR STORE e will be glad to check your bundles and parcels for you absolutely free of charo-- and offer you the conveniences of our rest r.oom, etc., where you can meet your friends, fulfill engagements, etc. Should you desire to combine your visit with business you will find us well prepared to supply your every want with the New Fall Fashions in Dry Goods, Carpets, House Furnishings, Millinery, Furniture, Sewing Machines, Wall Paper, Etc., and We Rebate Railroad Fares on Purchases that is we will rebate five (5) per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your round trip railroad fare. This makes it possible for you to attend the State Fair with--ohaving to pay any railroad fare ut E. McDavis has purchased Mrs. Mollie Dejarnette's house and will take poses-sio- n about October i. Jones Mercer went to Louisville Mou- day. 330-33- 4 Dr. Allen Kincheloe is visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Kincheloe. Miss Nell Cashman, of Union Star, opened school at Harned Monday. Haswel has gone to she will take Jrtitijersville, Mo., 'charge of her music class at the opening of the school. 'C. L. Bruington and H. B. Moorman, ot Harned, were in town Saturday. Owing to a diphtheria scare Miss Rosa Lou Ditto did not leave for Horse Cave last week as she expected. Mr. an i Mrs. Marvin D. Beard left Monday for Louisville; from there they will go to Cincinnati, where Mr. Beard will buy the fall stock of goods for B. 1 Beard & Co. Rev. K. B. English arrived from Crab Orchard Springs Mcnday night. He and Mrs. English and Evorts, Jr., will go to Owetisboro today. Moorman Ditto, assisted by Miss Clara Esltridge, opened school at Glen Dean Tuesday. . Mrs. M. II. Beard and son, Murray, Mrs. David Murray and daughter, MiU dred, have" returned from Clcverport, where they have been the guests of Mrs. JAiss Linnie Ca-he- re I 213 S. West Market St. Fourth Avenue J.BAC0NasgH Why He Is Called LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY o?'S&Z3Bm?ZKiA-AKryZ)vS.':si)- t fFied Perry. J. H. Gardner went to Hawesville with the Hardinsburg Jr.'s last week fwhen they played the Hawesville Jr.'s. (The score was 7 to 5 in favor of Har- - uiiiauui. Jtftiilsay Kincheloe t 3tlfliday morning to accept a position. left for Lonisville Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall have indved to Sample.. Mr, Marshall will teach the school. Lon Glasscock, of McDaniels, one of the directors of the I'anners Hank, was in town last Saturday. Mrs. Tolm M. Skillnian had the fol lowing gues& at a house party last week: Misses Martha and Isabel.Gardner, Neta Heard, Nancy and Delia Kincheloe and Mrs, John Kincheloe. Wm. J. Elder died Satutday night at 4 aVmIa1 A IjlllIIC U HUVk ill. IHC lmftl A ui ma own, liumc Jf Elder, and was buried Monday Tom morning at St. Romuald'a cemetery. 11 1 M are in Stephensport the guests of Miss Cecil Dix. Mrs. Emma Drown and son, Herbert Drown, are visiting Rev. J. J. Willett and family. Mrs. Mollie l'ulliam, qf Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. Taylor Heard. Mrs. Wm. Hendrick entertained the following guests for dinner last week: Mesdames Taylor Heard, Mollie l'ulliam, Luke Reeves, Herbert Beard, Misses Annie Lee Hishop, Hannah and Judith Heard and Wm. Ditto. Mr. and Mrs. Knott Hardin, of Ilites Willett. Run, Spent Sunday Miss Annie Lee Bishop left for her home in Louisville today after a month's visit with relatives and friends. Rev. J. J. Willett has to hold a meeting close to Crab Orchard. Marriage licenses for August: Jas, S. Younger and Willa J. Drury, Clyde Smith and Mollie Ray, Frank Milburne and Lulu Harned, Thos. N. Harned and Lulu Wallace, Charles Bennett and Florence Wheatley, Frank Hall and Iva Clark, Bruce Bennett and Kula Roberts, Clarence Dunn and Sarah Turner, Chas. King and Fannie C. Turpin, L. B. Grant and Mary E. Keene, N. T. Paul and Gola Lucas. Mr, and Mrs. Pal Garner and baby are visiting Mrs. Glasscock near Mcwith-Mrs- . Kemp and Prof. For-scytarrived last week, and were ready for the opening of school. Daniels. Misses Baker, If you knew of the real value of Chamberlain's Liniment for lame back, soreness of the muscles, sprains and rheumatic pains, you would never wish to be without it. For sale by all dealers. f Miss Mildred Smith has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to relatives. w L0DIBURGN0TES Visitorr to Friends During Breckenridge Association -- Lodiburg Shows Hospitality. Wm TnAr irinaaiii 4IIV.4W. Inft Caillr.lnVF few lifa W. ... JMN.ltrCWJ' I'H.HlJtH Many jbHie in ueimerson. 1.11.1 ..- - ) Mrs, ueniue ..I onceniii aim cuuuren the "fifcitttd her father last week. 1 -- fc, . fillmirititr nttiMiflpil tll TlrnlrAM. (Wm Association held with the Walnut 'Owv church: Rev. J. J. Willett and Miss Elsie Grand, of Louisville, it Dwight, Mesdames Susan Squires, the uest of Mrs. Ida Nottingham this u D. Shaw, Miss Meda Ditto and C. week. . W. toot-wanRev. Dwight Willett was the guest Dwigkt Willett went to Oweusboro to of friends here last week. . SHtky. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Miss ! Annie Lee Hardin started to "Mt awl Mrs. W.U. Griffin and daugh'-- Stt Louis Tuesday, the 27th, : wm ine Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? LivHkl MiM Settle Hook left. Tuesday' at the depot by her brother and wife, er perhaps needs waking up. Doan's jttir Howe in Gulfpert, Miss. Barney Squires and daughter, of Regulets for bilious attacks, 35c at all Hseeti Carrie Walk and Clara Sperael Hardlssburfft Mrs. Harvey Hnglish and stores, flli Ad-kiss- Many persons have wondered and have even asked the question why Mr. Jatffe? T) World T. V. Sawyer is called "Butch." READ PICTURES When he was a little fellow about five v INSTEAD years old soon after his parents brought 0FTYPE M him here from California, he spent most of his time playing around a groMore cery store and took a great liking to Mr. Butch Walters. In fact, he showed such a preference for his much older The World's Best Each Month friend, that people began to call him Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in "Butch,'- and the name seems more Ihis country, London. Dublin, Paris. Berlin. Munich, Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest, St. Petersnatural to him now than his real name, burg, Amsterdam. StuttBart.Turin. Rome, Lisbon. Thomas Florian Sawyer. Zurich, Tokio, Shanghai, Sydney, Canada, and He was cities of tho named for a Frenchman in California. acreage. .Agriculture seems to move as South America, and all the great 9,000 cartoons world. Only the 200 best out of each month, are selected. a stream. It abandons vast territory in The implicit confideuce that tnauy the Hast to take up, exhaust and leave A Picture History of World's Events Each Month people have in Chamberlain's Colic, the Middle West for the ranges and the CAMPAIGN CARTOONS-Followt- ho campaign in Cartoons" and watch the opposCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is Canadian Northwest. Its methods and ing parties caricature each other. YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION SINGLE COPY IS. founded on their experience in the use processes persisted in these regions One lr sample copr will be $.50 by adtlrruln? the pubnulled last week. of that remedy and their knowledge of wouiu mean awiiu .snortage ot toou sup- lisher, II. 1MV1NDSOR, 318 W. Washington Street. ClIICACO Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage and the many remarkable cures of colic, ply. Hut following this stream of pio- ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER daughters, Misses Louise and Mildred, diarrhoea and dysentery that it has ef- neers slowly but surely is coming the of Cloverport, attended the Associa fected. For sale by all dealers. fellow educated to make three crops tion at Walnut Grove last Thursday. grow where one was reaped in disapMiss Laura Hue Wadllngton, of pointment before. And side by side Couldn't Faze Him. Union Star, was visiting Mrs. Charlie. with him is coining the fellow who raises An Irishman was sitting in a depot practically all that he consumes. The Payne last week. smoking when a woman came in, and, disappearance of the great cattle ranges Lee Aldridge had a fine horse killed sitting down beside him remarked: and ranches is not wholly ii calamity by by lightning one day last week, "Sir, if you were a gentleman you a good deal. Cincinnati Post. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys, of West would not smoke here." opening of their studios, .send announcePoint, att.nded the Association and "Mum," ho said, "if you wuz a lady Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, lab- ments to the Hreekenridge News. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grayson ye'd sit farther away. " orers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic will be published at the regular adverPayne. Pretty soon the woman burst forth OH. Fine for cuts, burns, bruises. tising rates and will be given the best Misses Mary Cornwall and Sallie again: Should bo kept In every home. 25c and attention. Johnson, of Irvington, were visiting "If you were my husband I'd give 50c. Mrs, E. H. Shelman last Sunday. you poison." The name Doan's inspires confi"Well, mum," returned the Irishman, Miss Lula Bryant, of Brandenburg, dence Doan's Kidney Pills lor kidney Music Teachers la the guest of Mrs. C. C. Grant this as he puffed away at his pipe, "if you ills. Doan's Ointment for skjn itching. All music teachers of this city and of Doan's Ueuulets for a mild laxative. wuz my wife (puff, puff) I'd take it." week. Ex. the county, who want to announce the Sold at all druf stores Mrs. Davis, of St. Loulsj who has been visiting relatives here for some time, returned home last Friday accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Kellie Dye. Thos. Moorman, of Glen Dean, attended the Association, and was the guest of Chas. Payne. W. 0. Moorman and Mrs. Owen, of Glen Dean, attended the Association, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin. Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Miss Guia Adklsson, of Rhodella, was the guest of Miss Annie Keys. Miss Ruby Estell, of Louisville, was visiting her cousin, Miss Mamie last week. Mrs. Lewis, of Amnions, attended the Associat'on at Walnut Grove, .and were the guests of Mrs Ida Nottingham. Mrs. Bob Johnson and daughter, Golda, of Owensboro, attended the Association last Tnursday. Mr. and Mrs. Deacon and family attended the picnic at Andyville last Saturday, and were guests of Mrs. Deacon's mother, Mrs. blngleton, Saturday evening and Sunday. Born, to the wife of Lee Shaw, Aug. 16, a boy William Hull. Horn, to the wife of Sam Brown, Aug. 30, a girl. Misses Sudle and Mattie Black, of Addison, were visiting Miss Myrtle Deacon last week. Miss Frances Severs, of Union Star, was the guest of Miss Nina Hardin "Butch." The Altitude of Meat. Congressman William Kent, of California, himself a large cattle raiser, offers no hope of decrease in the high co.st of meats. I Ie figures that it costs 20 more to produce a meat steer than it did 10 or 15 years ago, very largely owing to increased cost of feed. The once vast ranges have been taken up by individual fanners who raise the hay and corn that must bo "had to fatten them. Whether Kent is wholly right or not, a lot of things indicate that the thrilling proposition for generations soon to come is going to he intensified product, the scientific raising of much on a limited wBlX m tiPof?ru IsB il 200 Cartoons Tell Than 200 Columns - THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR i i fMt m 'i 40 YEARS 3 An Absolptely Safe Place , to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits ' THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BaBBAUI , editor and Publisher Issued Evory Wednesday. "The Thirty and Nine;" Or, Why Stop With One ? By Send Your Films Our Motto- I believe permanency is To MF- You, can't afford tn'oxperiment. I use only tho best brands chemicals and paper money can buy EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4. 1912 Subscription prico $1.00 a yenr in ndvnncc. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for ench ndditionnl CARDS OF THANKS over five lin6s chnrged for nt the rato of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES chnrged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, monoy in advance. Examine- tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please W JOHN D. M'FERRAN, Chairman Educational Committee, Louisville Commercial Club II. OOKI2CG nt our educational problems from a business stand-- I point, we havo hecn turning too much to what is called higher education. I nm myself a believer in higher education. I moan by that tho universities, colleges and high schools nnd would not detract from their importance in tho least, but thoy nro nlrendy liberally provided for far in advance of our common schools. We nro told by tho United Stntcs bureau of education "that more s than of our boys in the United States leavo school boforo end of the eighth grndo;" "that the average length of a boy's the schooling is less than six years, and this school training beforo tho ages of twelve to fourteen years, while the hoy is too young to appreciate his loss;" "that less than one hoy in four completes tho grammar grades and but one boy in eight goes any further with his schooling;" "that only ono boy in forty of thoso who enter tho first year of high school completes the course in high school, public or private, or goes higher;" "that of all boys twelve to fourteen years of ago who should certainly he in school less than CO per cent aro there." From the Sago Foundation fund's reports wo aro told that of 100 boys who enter the first grade only fifty-fiv- e enter tho fifth grado, only twenty-sevenro left in the eighth grade, six in the high school and one to enter college ; that only f per cent of the tunics in tho nation insertion. JS tho Kcystono of Photographic Success, and all photographs delivered from this studio are made on this principle. Wo surround both withi every safeguard known to chemical scienco and my 1 own experience of fifteen years. j Pictures Enlarged C. G. BRABANDT notify us. two-third- DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of New .Jersey Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, See me for anything: in JKy. FOR ViCE PRESIDENT THOMAS K. MARSHALL of Indiana FOR REPRESENTATIVE BEN JOHNSON WALNUT GROVE. Walnut Grove, so old and so beautiful! How many, many times bave the roads up the hill to this little country church been driven over during tho last hundred years. Here one gets in to.uch with tho symbols of nature, sees tho vory truth of Christian belief, becomes refreshed and inspired to go down in tho world again to take up life's sorrows and relish life's joys. Thursday was an ideal summm- day at Walnut Grove. The e mighty trees cast a restful shade over tho grounds and inside and congregations of gontlo, loving and good the church house were people. s and carriages, 'for Tho woods wore full of horses, Association was unusually lurre. Quito notice-nblthe attendanpo at tho present-wo- men who was it to 8(J0 tho number of old women havo guided the footsteps of have kept up Walnut Grove, who their children to its helpful services, who have buried their loved and have no forgotten to keep clean ones in the church vo-yard tho graves. ThcscTwonien are those who deserve songs of praise One of these was tho mother of it is too late for them to hoar. tttlrac?vo "ded. Sho ten children and her sweet, happy would bo a worry, instead, they drove said it seemed that ten children worry away. Of Umi times many annoying hinrs come up ttnd ns oon as worry entered her mind it a quickly driven away by n call from the baby, a funny story by one of the boys or a request from tor girls. Little Robert Parr and many bright merry cmldren were with their parents. And scattered hero .and there, some in .mail handsome young people, groups, just a couple, now and then, were of each other. smiling and enjoying tho congenial company We who have read of Brother Willelt. who know Brother Lewis, wore glad to eo them with tho other splendid ministers of the Breck-cnrid- ,ie Baptist Association, who meet annually to attend to the .t;.. ( a: ivotinn. The men present showed a for- ward movement in religious work; there were several young men in tho choir and tho Sunday school of Walnut Grove also cla.ms a fair enrollment of them. Miss Munch Pay110 ,n,,st have extended a hundred invitations to the visitors for dinner. Sho and others wore very busy at tho noon Country ham, home-madhour seeing that no one was neglected. light bread and other good things were attractively served on long tables under tho trees. Tho cistern was most convenient and everyone enjoyed its cool water. The crowd loft soon after the Association adjourned and when twilight fell over tho hillside, Walnut Grove was alone. out-sidroad-wagon- Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations n Screen Doors, Windows B o -ra- bo-fo- re &" aro fitted by definite educational training for their occupations or vocations. These facts nre given on high authority, and when wo remember that they apply to tho country at lnrgo and that Kentucky is probably below this average, is it not inmentable ? IF ONLY ONE BOY EST FORTY COMPLETES THE HIGH SCHOOL COURSE IS IT NOT VERY IMPORTANT FOR US TO GO MORE STRENUOUSLY AFTER THE OTHER "THIRTY AND NINE?" I think nt present we, educators and all, are following tho old trend of looking too exclusively toward tho higher education. I think our legislative bodies have illustrated this when four years ago they made it mandatory on every county in the stnte to build a high school within two years. There was little mandatory concerning tho poor, small schools scattered throughout the counties. These "thirty and nine" poor devils will havo little chance to get within sight of a high school at all, but must plod along as best they may. It is true the snmo legislature allowed the fiscal court to levy a tax of 20 cents on the $100 for school purposes in each county. It is also true that many of tho counties levying this tax havo used it largely in establishing a high school at the county seat or some other town, which is unfair to these "thirty and nine" who do not got to tho high school. WISH TO BE UNDERSTOOD AS OPPOSING HIGH SCHOOLS OR HIGHER EDUCATION I AM IN FAVOR OF BOTH TO THE LIMIT BUT I AM COMPLAINING THAT ONLY ONE BOY IN FORTY SHOULD HAVE THE LION'S SHARE OF THE FEAST INTENDED FOR ALL. I THINK THIS SHOWS CLEARLY THE NEED OF MORE MONEY FOR OUR SCHOOLS. SO THAT ALL MAY HAVE A FAIR SHOW. I andWire Screening, Building Hardware, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. All e Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order ON PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION' 13 iitk. BON VOYAGE rj liallllntsiiiflHSrSB?) tH$rj&k2f$ WSSmmt DO NOT v iui-nnr- nt There is, I think, another mistake that ought to be corrected as far as possible, and that relates to the pay of teachers by location .or with rcferenco to locati6n. The cities and large towns and wealthier portions of tho counties have the pick of tho teachers because they pay higher salaries) nnd the environment generally is more attractive. Thus tho back districts in tho courrfcrYs (where thero are generally more children) are compelled to get along with the cheapest and poorest teachers. These teachers, as a rule, havo tho minimum salaries. Now, I hold that thoso "thirty and nino" out in tho back districts for good results uecd the best teachers or at least as good as tho best. This condition can bo mo(; at onco by the county boards suppleA GENTLEMAN. menting tho salaries of teachers in the poor districts out of tho county A man that's clean inside and out; who neither looks up to the funds. Such action would bring immediate relief. WHY' WAIT rich nor down to tho poor; who can lose without squealing and can ONE YEAR OR TWO YEARS FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION win without bragging; who is considerate of women, children and old WIIEN THERE IS A TEMPORARY WAY OUT OF THE DIFpeople; who is too bravo to lio, too generous to cheat, and who takes FICULTY PENDING IMPROVEMENT IN LEGISLATION! his share of tho world and lets other people havo theirs- .- Now York Think of tho unlift given to tho citizens of another generation even Sun. by a Binglo term of schooling ! Is it not little short of criminal to fail Woodrow Wil&on has been reading, thinking and writing about to apply a remedy when it is within our power ? good government for forty years. It has been his life study. Surely, If wo cannot got funds enough for both high schools and "low" ho ought tq know something about it. Ho does know, and what ho schools, is it not bettor to use sufficient of tho county fund in this way fcnows is for tho interest of all tho people and conducting tho best than to put all or tho bulk of it in a city or town high school which government on earth. If you study this man and what ho has been tho "thirty and nino" can havo but littlo hope to enter ? Would not doing for tho last forty years you can't help like him and bo for him theso "thirty and nino" by reason of their improved intelligence enthusiastically. through theso bettor teachers in time forco tho building of high school Mrs. J. Bordon Harriman is president of tho Woman's National for all ? Wilson and Marshall League. Mrs. Harriman has appeared on tho stump with a great deal of graco and intelligence Thoro aro six If Wm. Wrigloy, Jr., finds that it pays to spend $8000 a week States in which women voto and sho is anxious that tho sulTrag'sts in advertising to soil Spearmint Popsin gum, surely merchants ought help bring politics in tho open, "to mako it tho business of tho whole to see tho wisdom in advertising their dry goods and groceries. people" and not leavo it raoroly to the machines. e trip wfienyou WW JUiUCLC US oizrAgents. faAe TnaSk g&34 Jk Do you know what a "Trust Company" is and can do for you? If vou wkh to take a long vacation, you can TRUST YOUR BUSINESS to our Trust Company, and it will be looked after CAREFULLY and PROPERLY. We are always in touch with profitable, safe investments. We can do all kinds of business for you that you can do for yourself. If you want to go away or take, a business rest come in and consult us. m Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments THE BANK OF HARDINSblRG & TRUST CO.. S600.0CO 00" Hardinsbur, Ky. Tho Henderson liouto road bed at Kock Haven is being rebuilt in solid rock and is rapidly being put in splendid shape. Tho como to prevent avalanches of mud pany is also cutting out tho during rain storms. During tho recent heavy expenses tho L., II. & St. L. has not ceased to favor tho public with reduced rates to tho county foirs and barbecues. hill-sid- Cloverport is actually getting a taste of real peaches this sum mer. Thoro aro u fow on tho market hero and thoy aro delicious. Tho most wo heard of aro thoso on tho farm of tho Cartor Brothers on Tho Piko. Thoy havo fifty bushels and thoy all belong to their mother. , Judge Homy DoIIaven Moorman has been appointed Democratic Campaign Chairman for Brockonridgo county. Ho will begin at once a thorough organization of tho county. Let ovory Democrat in tho xounty get busy and help him, are getting stronger and its often 3 up and 3 down. Glen Hendricks, who has WEBSTERJTEMS been playing with the Pacific Coast Reds for the past eight montns, is back Webster Wins In A Hot Baseball in the team and is in good shape. Gorman St. Clair and David Claycomb, Saturday-Oth- er two 1012 additions, are doing splendid Social Notes And News Items. work, and their names are always on the scoring list. Hubert Bruner. our captain, well you all know him and fate. Mrs. Bamman and daughter, of Lou tricks. Meadow Simmons, who formisville, are the guests of Mrs. June erly played with Norton Valley, is now Damman. with us and is doing good work any B. P. Payne and wife visited in Ste place we put him. We are open to the phensport Sunday. world. Prof. Argabright, of Lodiburg, gave Miss Ora 13. Hendricks will soon g You will think a thousand times more of Woodrow Wilson if a musical in the city park Saturday of his life by William Bayard Halo. You can get night, which was enjoyed by quite a to Cloverport to begin her work tu you read tho story teacher. This makes her third year. it for tho asking. nutnoer of music lovers. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haddock were in Glen Hendricks, who has been in Guston Sunday the guests of Mr. J. R Homo-grow- n California for the past year, is nt home water-melonor in othor words, "water-melon- s Smith and family. on a vist. from Tobinsport" are brought over by tho skiff loads ovory day. Henry Payne has purchased ti Oak Ridge and WebMer ball teams met In a heated contest on Webster's Henry Beard farm, which will be' H diamond Saturday afternoon. The future home. If you don't road evory item in this paper you aro losing gams was a close one from start to H. F. Beard and daughter hawflj finish, resulting in a victory for Web- moved into the Draie property. ster. Lee Hendrick, a new man in the Dr. T. J. Headdoks.-k-buHiknt-r Advertising is tho quickest soiling method. Webster team, got four hits out of a Dcauuiui reaiuence ib ape passable of four. Forrest Clay comb, one of Webster's old timers, did perfect which adds much to tae look Tobocco cutting time. f,vr' work on 1st base. Mike Lyddan, our town. Center Fielder, hit two out of the park, making a three bagger each time, Our battery, HesdersoB and Bandy, Contest s, ! Now is The' Time to Subscribe "Che Breckenridge News. 1912 WEDNESDAY, SEPT 4, THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE Mlis Lela Stewart, of Webster, went to Hardlntburg with her father, Mr. II. C. Stewart, to enter the High School. Dr. Forrest Llghtfoot and his mother motored to Hawcsvlllc last week and spent the day with Mrs. George Bent ley. You Can Make One Friend That I ???3iV&?7ai7&?? LostGold Chain and Locket OST-U- old Wa.rv t s. For Sale HA i 1 -- rpr NEW YORK AND CHICAGO QENERAL OFFICES I BRANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Poindexter Galloway and tjuts Jowe can't print all Louis told us about Poin It will bo printable Int ' er on. Mrs. Hugh McGavock and Miss Essie Kendall, Webster, arc visiting Dr. and Mrs B. H. Walker at Garnctts-vlll- llywell, Will Not Turn! You can bo making a crcnt friend ovcrv day a friend tlmt will see you thro every trouble by building yourself n bunk account' in tlio Fin mora Batik, Ivy. And it ia not only the money foil have in this bank that will bo an holp, or tho absolute sellard-insburj- r, evcr-prcsot- it 111 chain nnd locket with Initial E Ij, W. Ilnrhccun clnj. Kinder roturi to Ni)Toi!lco and receive reward. COR LB A 15 horso power stationery Oii Knulnoj Watkln in Rood Ilreckenrldgo Now. Cloven on, Ky. lr. For Sale lilnnba Ctorerport, Ky. "' '" 'r-'- - ' o. F",! lotrul RA f.T? T)rnrte. Mnrttritirrta nn1 nil llanbniiIHi NT lltirl '' '?' ' ' 'r -f . r 11 f .. month. Mr. and Mrs Mike Miller went to .10 Louisville Wednesday to be with their son, Zeno, who undcrwont a slight op.10 eration. Ernest Robertson found his mule curity, but tlio conservathat has been lost for four weeks at (F tive aid and counsel in Doc Miller's, near Hill Grove, Meade financial county. ttcrs that our bank always extends LOCAL BREVITIES The ladies of the Fourth Avenue to its depositors. Bunk Baptist church of Louisville will serve hero by mail as easily dinner and supper at the State Pair and safely as in porson. next week. Chas. Sawyer is ill at his homo. Miss Lizzie Hall, Webster, accomII. W. Horndon hns returned to Enid, panied her nephew, Wm Prout, to OkU. Hardinsburg Monday. He will enter Ira Bohen was ' in Louisville last the High School. The Bank, week. Will and Remus Smith, Fordsvlllo, Marcus Miller spent Sunday in attended Col. Gorsuch's Jersey sale at Hardinsburg, Ky. Irvlngton and were guests of Mr and spent Labor Mrs. J. J. Tilford. Chadwick McCracken Day in Cannelton. Casper Gregory, who has been ill of WiAMrfaiNiArftMAiM Ward a malaria fever two weeks, is able to Born to the wife of Mr. T. sit up at the home of his parents, Mr. enroute to Oregon stopped off at fine son August 29. last week to see his bro her, home and Mrs. Ed. Gregory. Dwight Randall has returned Mike Crahan, for a day. He is Road Virgil Babbage has received an apfrom Cleveland, Ohio. Master of the Yazoo te Mississippi Valresigned his place pointment from Kentucky University ley Railroad. Chas. Burke has Unito be one of the judges for that at Julian Brown's store. Morris Osborne, of Kansas City, is home versity at the State Fair. Miss Helen Miller returned of Hites Run, and visiting friends at Holt Charley Bennett, from Cannelton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell went Alfred Heston have Miss Annie Wheatley, of McQuady, to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. were married Monday at St. Mary's of returned to Sikeston, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Bnllman and the Woods by Father Knue. Mrs. John Weisenberger Is building' Miss Dee Basham, who visited Miss children speut Sundny nt Mr. J. T. on Main Street. a Murl Basham, of Lodiburg, last week, O'Connell's. Miss Ruby Hawkins, of Louisville, Is has gone to JefTersontown to teach Mrs. Anne Hull hns returned to her visiting relatives at Mattingly music and has a nice class. home in Owensboro after spending sevMrs. Will N. Head, Louisville, is Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Beauchauip, of eral weeks with relatives hero and at visiting friends at Lodiburg. Owensboro, who have been visiting Balltown. Mr. Cameron was here Saturday vis- Mr. and Mrs. E'. J. Beauchamp, ClifCelestlne O'Connell returned Moniting his sister, Mrs. Garvin Smith. ton Mills, returned home Monday. day from a visit to relatives in the Miss Ada Jolly, of Hardinsburg, has Mrs. Harry Hills and children re- country. been the guest of Mrs. Frank Payne. turned to their home in Richmond Mr. and Mrs John Elder and chilHal Murray, of Hardinsburg, visited Thursday. Mr. Hills and daughter, dren, of Stephensport, visited her Taul, of Balltown, his sister, Mrs. Fred Ferry, last week. Julia, have becu visiting relatives in mother, Mrs. the south. , last week. Miss Mary Jolly Gibson has returned Miss Mary Cornwall and Miss Leila Mrs. Rosa Linda, of Peora, III., Mrs. home from a pleasantvisitat Lodiburg. Turner, lrvington, had a delightful Sallie Black, Mr. and Mrs. Jake MilMr. and Mrs. Inlow Smith and Mrs. visit with Mrs. Ed Shellman Sunday ler, Mr. Hnd Mrs. John Pate and Bud Isome went to Cannelton Satur and Monday at her beautiful home near daughter, the Misses Tuttler were day. Union Star. guests of Mr. and Mrs John Gregory Mrs. Julius Sippell and Mrs. Mary Rev. E. B. Gatlm, pastor of Walnut at their home on the river Sunday. Slppell returned from Union Star Mon- Grove and Corinth churches, has reday. signed and accepted a pastorate at Threatened With Appendicitis. Dr. Evan Royalty, of Hardinsburg, Lewisburg, Ky. He. left Monday for Mrs. Ernest C. Babbage, of Enid, was the guest of Miss Louise Aud Sun-di- that place. Okla., was threatened with an attack of Robert Moorman left Saturday for appendicitis M011 lay night and her sufMrs. J. H. Rowland and Mrs. Ernest the east to meet his sister, Miss Nell fering caused much apprehension. C. Babbage spent Thursday In Louis- Moorman, who is returning to her home ville. at Glen Dean, after a three months' Goes With Alexander. Miss Jennie Warfield. of Louisville, trip abroad. Frank Protracted meeting is being held at is visitine her sister. Mrs. Fraize. C. S. Neafus has accepted a position New Bethel by the pastor, W. R. Oldby A. N. Whltting with Ed. Alexander. Mr. Nenfus Is an Mr. West, of the South was here last ham, and assisted week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. hill and C. J. Cox. There have been all round mun, a good salesman, courteous and attentive to business, sober, four conversions. Fisher. reliable, and hits a host of friends. He Henry Wenkelken and daugh Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and son, ter, Mrs. White, went to Louisville James Franklin, nave taken the new will be a great drawing card to Alexander's store. Monday. residence just completed by Mr. and Misses Susie Haffey and Sarah Mrs. Frank English in Second and In St. Louis. Wright sper.t Sunday and Monday at Chestnut streets. Patesville. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Randall and Ed. Alexander Is in St. Louis this Mrs. Clyde Miller, of Logau county, daughter, Althea Alolse, and sons, guest of her mother, Mrs. Salllo Clyde and Earl, have gone to Little week buying his fall stock of Dry Is the Rock, Ark., where Mr. Randall has se Goods. Moorman. The Stork visited the home of Mr. cured a position. Doctor Has Nice Position. Mrs. Owen May and her mother, and Mrs. Jim Lane August 28 and left Mrs. Crosson, of Lexington, are visit a fine son. Dr. H. F. Leltehfield, who resided at ,w Miss Jeannette Bum leaves this ing Mrs. Robert Carlt at La Due, MoThey also spent several days with rela- Stephensport for a short time is now at week for Ellzabethtown to visit Miss Qujncy, 131. He has a nice position on tives in St. Louis. Jaunlta Carr. the Medical Staff of the Soldiers and J. H. Novitt, Basin Springs, was in Dr. Dempster, of Glen Dean, attendSailors Home. Dr. and Mrs. Leltehof Mr. Grant in Louis- Louisville last Friday to meet his field have ed, the funeral the congratulations of many Dick Nevltt, who is in from brother, ville last week. Dallas, Texas. Mr. Nevitt will visit friends at their old home. Jonas Lyons has twenty or thirty his brother this week. head of fine young mules on his farm Mrs. Nelson has arrived from Evans-vlll- e UNION STAR near Irvlngton. to join Mr. Nelson. They have Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster, of Louisrooms in "The cottage" on the river. ville, have been visiting Mrs. SumMoorman Ditto was here Tuesday. She was accompanied by her mother mers at Frymlre. who makes her home with them. A newly painted church, fence and Mr. and Mrs. James Penner and Mr. and Mrs. John Black are re- other improvements show the result of children returned home Monday night ceiving congratulations on a second the efforts of Miss Pink KicketLs ami her from Louisville. boy who. arrived Monday morning The class of juniors, in a delightful lawn F. L, Heyser fell from Mr. Severs' mother and baby are at the home of fete which they recently had. t house last week narrowly escaped a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Berry. Cora Bennett is at home after spending serious accident. Miss Florence Lewis has returned the summer at Robert's llottoni. Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Connor returned home from Kirk where she went to Mrs. Scheffmycr, after spending the Monday from a pleasant visit to their spend a part of her vacation from summer with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. - son at Canton, O. Fralze's store. She was ill during her Thos. Cart, has returned to her home in Rev. E. 0. Cottrell went to Louis- visit, but is able to be at her post Chicago. ville Monday to attend meeting of again. Mrs. Nun Kobbius has returned from Board of Missions. Mrs. James B. Randall and Miss a visit to her sou, Sam Kobbius, at AmMoorman have returned nions. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Warlield, of Kathrlne Louisville, spent Sunday with Mr. and home from The Chautauqua in New Quite u uuuiber from town attended York State where they had a delight- the association at Walnut Grove ThursMrs. Frank Fraize. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mattingly ful stay with several side trips of day. went to Lewlsport to visit theirdaugh-ter- , Interest. MIws Francis Severs is visiting Miss Mrs. Forrest Llghtfoot, Mrs Abe Nina Hardin at Lodiburg-Mrs, Carl Downard. Mrs. Chlldrisa and son, of Charles Skllltnan. Mrs. Emma Skillman, Mrs. Mrs. Chas. Hook and daughters, Mo., arrived Thursday to visit L, T. Raid and The Mary Jan crowd Misses Sarah K. Richardson, Martha of Mrs. Hayues, and Mattie Miluer, Mr. and entertained the house-part.wr. and Mrs. John A Barry. -- -J rdi.. u ri.Li(..i laiiici and Fred Ferry with delightful affairs last Mrs. D, S. Richardson, and Mrs. Jno, nd uu mi. .uiKiitivw. M. Rollins, were guests of Dr. mid Mm, little sen, of Cruger, Mils., were her week. Mr. JoeCrahan, of Yaaoo City, Miss , Miluer Wednesday. Suaday th guests of relatives. 10 For Precinct mid city Offices For County Offices For State anil District Offices For Call, per line For Cards, per line For All Publications In the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line.... Miss Frlodn Reidel, of Holt, Is the $ 2 50 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad. $6.00 this $ 16.00 She will return to California Ono 2J Inch llulir. Ono Internntlrinut Uuiolliio Knglnc, with trucks sculi't, emery wheels, etc. Uood ns now. One rutibItunubout. Ono black old Jack A Iso Staple mid Knncy Urocer It'H. Sen mo at mv old stand tli and Main, Itnrdlnnbiirfi. Ky. 4 FOR. SALE kind of School Supplies we sell is in THE with our other merchandise. We stocked up on everything the school-bo- y or girl will require when the school bell rings on II. J. ROBERTS Monday Books September Pencil Boxes Pencil Sharpeners Rulers Pen Points & Holder 9 1912 Chalk Mr. Wm. Brumfield left Sunday for Tell City, I ml. to visit his nephew, Hewitt llnttufield, who is very low with tuberculosis. Slates THE Vaudeville BIG NIGHT SHOW. No- Acts and Hone Rings Farmers Oan-nelto- n. store-bous- e S-- i y. table Features at Stat Fair. The big nfii show at the Kentucky State Fair this year will be the most clnhomte ever piopnrcd by the of the Institution. Believing that nljrlit imlrous of the Fair would rather witness high elnss amusements thnn to spend their time In walking over tho grounds hi vnln effort to see many of the exhibits, which naturally close nt night. Secretary Dent has secured some of the most noted nets known to the show world, which will be scon In the mngiilflccntly lighted $100,001) live stock pavilion each night beginning nt 8 o'clock. The management has gone to nu expense of $3,000 to guarantee this list of attraction, among which will be seen Herzog's performing stallions, six in number aud Jet bluck nnd regarded ns the most famous animal act In the world; the five Merkel Sisters, noted female acrobats; tho Okurns, Japanese wonders; the Whirling Erfords, styled the "Uumnu Butterflies;" Itobinson's five performing elephants, the Eddy Family In two highly seusntionnl acts, tho Ilcngler Troupe of Russian Dog3 nnd other nets equally ns high class. In addition to this high class lino of nmusements visitors to the night show will also witness the best rings for light harness and saddle horses ever given In Kentucky. In addition to the $1,000 stake for live pitted saddlers other rich rings for nil other classes In both saddlers nnd harness horses will be contested each night during tho week. Because of the enormous expense to which the management has gone In preparing for the big night show feature of the Fair It has decided to charge an admlssloi of li." cents to the pavilion nt night This price will entitle the visitors to any seat In the big auditorium except tho boxes. For this sum they will witness the most famous American mid European acts now before the public. mini-ngcmot- it Satchels Crayons Slate Sponge School Lunch Boxes Candy Tablets Erasers Ink Drinking Cups Book Straps ' Cakes Come to Us For Your School Supplies J. C. NOLTE & BRO. 11 To tax payers of Breckinridge county: I H will be at the following places to collect taxes ft on the following dates: 2; TAX NOTICE!! Sept. 10, .. n It (( fiSEfiS Tuesday, lrvington g Thursday Saturday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday u a 12 Webster H Lodiburg ij 14 17, Stephensport B 18 Chenault 19 Mooleyville S 21 Frymire g S. W. BASSETT, D. S. B. C. Having exhausted tits supply ot nil Jectlves In denounclm: Tnft. KnoovWi ot deiinn Is now lending a elation ot every um who does uii agree with tiimselt Farmer have pulled acalnst tile short end of tlu .vnke ions enough Wilson unit .Marshall promts to we that the pullliiu Is made more neurit eveii Wonder how the eulonpl likes being nn outcast? For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; hns been run about 4 years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Has all necessary pipes, gasolino tank which holdu about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and a natural gas attachment. Keason for selling entirely too large for ray purpose. For further information call on or address STEPHENSPORT Rev. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Cloyerport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. - Jones, Preaches at Baptist Church. Mr. McAfee Celebrates BirthdayGirl Breaks Both -Little of Louisville, COX FAR.M FOR SALE 325 acres, good strong limestone land, on southwest border of Meade Co. Kentucky and midway between lrvington and Guston nnd within Ls0 yard of rnilroHd; 325 ncres cleared and in uood state of cultivation; 100 acres of timber, principally white and red oak; large frame house in good repair nnd all necessary outbuildings including tenant and ice house. Large btrn for stock and tobacco; orchuid and plenty of small fruit; abundant supply of stock water; convenient to school and all kind of churches; good rock quarry on farm if developed. Advanced age and failing health prouintft this offer: the whole at $35.00 per acre, $ cash nnd time on the remainder, or would divide and sell in in 2 separate tracts if parlies agree, etc., quick possession given; title perfect. Address Arms. The Rev. W. H. F. Joues;, of Louisville, preached two excellent sermons in the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Adkisson, of Hardinsburg, spent last week as the gu:st of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Payne and left Monday for Lewlsport where she will visit Uor grandchildren. Buhrmaa Dowcll Is the guest of his brother, 0. W, Dowell. this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Merrltt dined with Mr. and Mrs. Dick McAfee Thursday, Aug. 20, It being Mr. McAfee's 70th birthday. Mrs. Susan Allen returned home last week after a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. C, McKaughan in Cloverport. Miss Lena Payne, Mrs. M. L. Roberts and Mrs. S. A. Bennett attended the association at Walnut Grove last week. Dress goods in. ginghams, percales, woolen and silk materials, all new and up-to-d- JOHN COX or DR. P. W. F00TE, lrvington, Ky. . at McCubbins. Mrs, E. II. Miller Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Gardner returned home Sunday evening from a visit to Fordsvlllo. Mrs, Gid McCoy and grandson are guests of Mrs 11. A. Smith this week. Miss Tlllle Blitz and little Allene Cohen returned home Sunday after be Ing the guests of Mrs. W. J. Schoop for the past week. Prof. H. A. Ater with Miss Cecil Olx assistant began school here Monday. Shoes at most reasonable prices. Come while your size is in stock. Mc Cubbins. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Dutschke and Mr. and Mrs, Will Dutschke wont to Concordia Sunday In Mr. Cunningham's gasoline launch. Miss Carrie Walls and Miss Spurzel, of Hardinsburg, are guests of Miss Cecil Dix this week. Misses Esther Payne and Henrietta Shively were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dowell, near Union Star, last week. New fall dry goods already received l at McCubbins. . y .y Mrs. Oliver Shellman delightfully entertained In houor of her daughter, Mable's birthday, Saturday afternoon, Aug. 31. She received many nice and useful presents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Ferry and son, of Louisville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. McKaughau and daughter returned home last week from a two weeks' visit at Sturgls. Little Nancy Perry while swinging Sunday afternoon fell and broke both arms. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne, of Webster, were guests of Mrs. Mary Payne Sunday. Miss Lelah Belle Uawklns left for Chenault Sunday where she will teach school. Handsome new shoes for fall at Mc Cubblns' store. r.s iihii MJB,C" EXCUSE DANGER PERIOD Sammy that she nun caangea aer mind about divorcing him, and order him to take tho first train west and on her Journey meet her half-wa- y ME! Novelized from the Comedy of OFWOMANS'LIFE FROM 45 to 50 Interesting Experience of Two Women Their Statements Worth Reading. homo. CHAPTER A XXXVI. All this while Marjorlo and Mai-lor- y hn& sat watching, as klngllshors shndow a pool, tho, door where- Duel for a Bracelet. In pantomime suggested that Mallory should throttle Kathleen, as he had promised. Rut Mallory was Incapable of further violence; and when Kathleen, with all hor coquetry, bent down and murmured: "You are a very naughty boy, but como to breakfast and wo'll talk It over," ho was so addled that ho answered: 'Thanks, but I never cat breakfast." m aer tnroftt and ibeSarao Nam By ILLUSTRATED Ashcville, N.C. "I suffered for years Hashes with femnlo trouble whilo going through tho Change of Life. I tried a local physician for n couple of years without any Copyright. 11. br II. K. Fir Finally after resubstantial benefit. CHAPTER XXXV. peated suggestions to try Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound, I quit my Mr. and Mrs. Little JImmle. physician nnd commenced using it with MrB. Sammy Whltcomb hnd longed tho happiest results. I am today pracfor tho sweet privileges or squaring tically n well woman and anxious to conmatters with Mrs. Jlinmlo Wellington. tribute my mite towards inducing others shrugs and Sneers ami bnck-bltlnto try your great medicine, as I am fully Bhudders of contempt were poor com- persuaded that it will cure tho ailments fact that from which I suffered if given a fair pensation for the evcr-vlviMrs. Wellington hnd proved attractive chance. to her Sammy while Mrs. Welling"If you think this letter will contribton's Jlmmlo never looked nt Mrs. ute anvthinc towards further introducing Whltcomb. Or If he did, his eyes hnd I your medicines to niliicted women who been so blurred thnt ho hnd seen two are passing through this trying period, of her and avoided both. it is with great plensure I consent to ita o Yesterday she had ovorhenrd Mrs. Julia A. Moonc, publication." vow sobriety. Today his shining 17 East St, Ashevillc, N. C. morning face showed thnt ho hnd The Case of Mrs. Kirlin. kept his word. She could hnrdly wait Circlcville, Ohio. "I can truthfully to begin the flirtation which, she never had anything do me so trusted, would render Mrs. Wellington say that I during Cliango of Life as Ly much cood helplossly furious for six long Iteno dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. months. "Before I had taken one half a bottlo The Dlvorco Drummer Interposed of it I began to feel better, nnd I hnvo and held Jlmmlo prisoner Tor a time, continued taking it My health is better but as soon as Mr. Daumann released than it has been for several years. If him, Mrs. Whltcomb apprehended all women would take it they would es him. With n smilo that beckoned and cape untold pain and misery nt this time with eyes that went out like far-caof life." Mrs. ALICE KlKLlN, 358 W. fishhooks, she drew Leviathan into Mill St, Circleville, Ohio. her net. Tho Change of Life 13 ono of the most She reeled him in and ho plounced critical periods of a woman's existence. in the seat opposite. What she took Atsuch timeswomen mayrely uponLydia for bashfulness was reluctance. To E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. add the last charm to her success, Mrs. Wellington arrived to see It. Mrs. Whltcomb saw the lonely Ashton getner. Still holding her hand, ho temporise and offer her tho scat facing him. Wellington took It and sat down rized: "We've got to stay married for Mrs. with the back of her head so close to six months nt least while we estabthe back of Mr. Wellington's head lish a residence. Couldn't wo er er that the feather in her hat tickled his couldn't we establish a residence d ,11m-mlst Rupert Trom rhotolraplx of Produced the PUy By Uenry W. Savat through tho girl with tho bracelet must pass on her way to breakfast "She's taking forever with her toilet," Biiiffed Marjorlo. "Probably trying to mako a special Impression on you." CHAPTER XXXVII. i "She's wasting her time," said "But what If sho brings her mother nlong? No, I guess her mother is too fnt to get there and back." "If her mother comes," Marjorlo decided, "I'll hold her whilo you take tho brnrolet nwny from tho tho moi th"t cren'ure. Quick, hero sho o nr."! Ho bravo!" Mnllory woro an aspect of arranc cowardice: "Er nh I I ", "You just grab her!" Mnrjorle ox plained. Then they relapsed Into attitudes of impatient attention. Kathleen floated In and, seeing Mnllory, she greeted him with radlnnt warmth: "Good morning!" nnd then, catching sight of Marjorlo, gave her a "Good morning!" coated with Ice. Sho flounced pnst and Mnllory sat Inert, till Marjorlo gavo him a ferocious pinch, whereupon ho leaped to his feet: "Oh, Miss Kathleen." Kathleen whirled round with a most hospitablo smilo. "May I havo a word with you?" "Of course you can, you dear boy." Marjorlo winced at this nnd writhed at what followed: "Shan't wo tako breakfast together?" Mallory stuttered: "I I no, thank you I'vo had breakfast." Kathleen froze up again as sho snapped: "With that I suppose." "Oh, no," Mallory amended, "I mean I haven't had breakfast." Hut Kathleen scowled with a Jeal-- ' ousy of her own: "You seem to bo getting nlong famously for mero Mai-lorcr--M- Iss Down Brakes! Just na Kathleen flung her head In baffled vexation, and Mnllory started to slink bnck to Mnrjorle, with another defent, thero enmo nn abrupt shock as if thnt gigantic child to whom our railroad trains are toyB, had reached down and laid violent in full hold on tho Trans-American neck. JImmle Wellington had seen his wife pass by. To his sober eyes she was a fine sight as she moved up the In his aisle. mind tho keen sense of wrong endured that had driven him forth to Reno began to lose Its edge. His own soul appealed from JImmle drunk to JImmle sober. The appellate judge began to reverse the lower court's decision, point by point. lie felt a sudden rccrudescenco of Jealousy as ho heard Ashton's voice unctuously, llirtatiously offering his wlfo hospitality. Ho wanted to trounce Ashton. But what right had he to defend from gallantry the woman ho was about to forswear before the world? Jlnimio's soul was In turmoil, and Mrs. Whltcomb's pretty race and alluring smile only annoyed him. She had made several gracious speeches before he quite comprehended any of them. Then he realized that sho was saying, "I'm so glad you're going to stop at Heno, Mr. Wellington." "Thank you. So am I," ho mum bled, trying to look Interested and wishing thnt his wife's plumo would not tickle hlu neck. Mrs. Whltcomb went on, leaning closer: "Wo two poor mistreated wretches must try to console ono another, musn't we?" "Yes, yes, we must," Wellington nodded, with a sickly cheer. Mrs. Whltcomb leaned a little closer. "Do you know that I feel almost related to you, Mr. Wellington?" "Related?" ho echoed, "you? to me? How?" "My husband knew your wlfo so alcohol-emancipated together?" Mrs. Wellington's eyes grew a little sad, as she answered: "It would bo too lonesome waiting for you to roll home." .Ilnimie stared at her. Ho felt the regret In her voice and took strange courage from It. He hauled from his pocket his hugo flask, and said quickly: "Well, If you're jealous of this, I'll piomlso to cork It up forever." She shook her head skeptically: "You couldn't." "Just to prove It," he said, "I'll Ho chuck It out of the window." Hung up the sash and made ready to hurl his enemy Into tho Hying landscape. "Hravo!" cried Mrs. Wellington. Hut even as his hand was about to let go, he tightened his clutch again, and pondered: "It seems a shame to a wave of jealous rage surged over him, and ho growled: "Your husband is a scoundrel." Mrs. Whltcomb's smile turned to Tlnegar: "Oh, I can't permit you to .slander tho poor boy behind his back. It was all your wife's fault." Wellington amazed himself by his own bravery when ho heard himself TOlleylng back: "And I can't permit you to slander my wife behind her back. It was ail your husband's 'fault." Mrs. Jlmmlo overheard this behind her back, and it strangely thrilled jher. She Ignored Ashton's existence tand listened for Mrs. Whltcomb's next retort. It consisted of a simple, icy drawl: "I think I'll go to breakfast." Sho seemed to pick up Ashton with her eyes as she glided by, for, finding himself unnoticed, he rose with a careless: "I think I'll go to breakfast," nnd followed Mrs. Whltcomb. Tho Wellingtons sat for somo exciting seconds, and then on a sudden lmpulso, Mrs. Jlmmlo rose, knelt In the seat and spoko across tho i dos-a-do- well." Somehow waste It.""I thought so," said Mrs. JImmle, drooping perceptibly. Her husband began to feel that, alter all, she cared what became of him. "I'll tell you," he said, "I'll give It to old Doc Temple. Ho takes his straight." "Fine!" He turned towards tho seal where tho clergyman and his wlfo were sitting, oblivious of the diama of reconciliation playing so close at hand. Little Jlmmlo paused, caressed tho old flask, and kissed It. "Good-bye- , playmate!" Then, tossing his head with bravado, he reached out and touched the clergyman's shoulder. Dr. Temple turned and rose with a questioning look. Wellington put the flask In his hand and chuckled: "Merry Christmas!" "Rut, my good man " the preacher objected, finding in his hand a donation about us welcome and as wleldy as a strange baby. Wellington winked: "It may como in handy for your patients." And now, struck with a sudden Idea, Mrs. Wellington spoke: "Oh, Mrs. Temple." "Yes, my dear," said tho little old lady, rising. Mrs. Wellington placed In her hand a small portfolio and laughed: "Happy New Year!" Mrs. Templo stared at her gift and gasped: "Great heavens! Your cig- ars!" "They'll bo such a consolation," Mrs. Wellington explained, "while the doctor Is out with his patients." Dr. Temple nnd Mrs. Temple looked at each other In dismay, then at the flask and the cigars, then at the Well- s Lack of me, Jlmmlo er James." Wellington almost dislocated several joints In rising quickly and whirling round at tho cordiality of her tone. Rut bis smilo vanished at her last word. Ho protested, feebly: "James sounds so llko a a butler. Can't you call me Little Jlmmlo again ?" Mrs. Wellington smiled Indulgently: "Well, since It's the laBt time. . Little JImmle." And she put 6ut her hand. He seized K hungrily and clung to It: "Good-byearen't you getting oft at Reno?" ' "Yes, "So am I Lucretla." , "Hut we can't afford to be seen to-Good-bye? "It was very nice of you to derend it: but" they ingtons, stammered: then "Thank you bo much," and sank back. Wellington stared at his wife: "JLu- cretla, are you sincere?" "JImmle, I promlso you I'll never amoko another cigar." "My lovo!" he cried, and seized her hand. "You know I always said you wero a queen among women, Lucretla." She beamed back at him: "And you always wero tho prince of good follows, JImmle." Then she almost blushed as sho murmured, almost shyly: "May I pour your coffeo for you again this morning?" "For life," ho whispered, and they moved up tho nisle, arm In arm, bumping from teat to scat and not knowing It. When Mrs. Whltcomb, seated In the dining-car- , saw Mrs. Little JImmle pour Mr. Little J I ramie's coffee, she choked on hers. Sho vowed that she would sot permit those odious Wellingtons to make fools of ber and her Sammy. 8h xaanlvwi to tleeraoa career. Its smooth, swift flight became sudof Jars, shivers denly such and thuds that Mnllory cried: "Wo'ro off tho track." Ho was sent flopping down the nlsle like a bolster hurled through the car. Ho brought up with a sickening slam across tho scat into which Marjorlo hnd bcon Jounced back With a breath-takinslam. And then Kathleen camo flying backwards and landed in n heap on both of them. Several of the other passengers wero Just returning from breakfast nnd they were shot nnd scattered all over tho car as if a great chain or human beads had burst. Women screamed, men yelled, and then while they wero still struggling against tho scats and ono another, tho train came to a halt. "Thank God, wo stopped In time!" Mallory gasped, as ho tried to disengage himself and Marjorlo from Kathleen. Tho passengers began to regain their courage with their equilibrium." Little JImmle Wellington had flown tho wholo length of the car, clinging to his wlfo as if she wero Frnncesca da Rimini, and ho Paolo, flitting through Inferno. The flight ended at tho stateroom door with such a thump that Mrs. Fosdlck was sure a detective had como for her at last, and with a battering ram. But when JImmle got back breath "Oh, that's all we are, and hnrdly enough to talk, ho remembered tho that," Mallory hastened to say with excitement of the day too much truth. "Sit down hero a before and called out: moment, won't you?" "Has Mrs. Mallory lost that pup "No. no, I haven't time," she said, again?" sat down. "Mamma will be waitand Everybody laughed uproariously at ing for me. You haven't been in t this. People will laugh at anything see her yet?" or nothing when they havo been "No. You see" frightened almost to. death and sud"Sho cried all night." denly relieved of anxiety. "For me?" Everybody was cracking a joke at "No, for papn. He's such a good Marjorio's expense. Everybody felt a a good traveler and he had such grudge against her for start. She really kept the whole car being such a mystery. Tho car was awake." ringing with hilarity, when tho por"Too bad," Mallory condoled, percamo functorily, then with sudden eager ter door, stumbling In and paused at tho with eyes ness, and a trial at Indifference: "I waving frantically, all white, hands nnd lips Happing ' see you have that bracelet still." like flannel, In a vain effort to speak. "Of course, you dear fellow. Tho passengers laughing at wouldn't bo parted from It for worlds." Marjorle, to laugh stopped porter. Ashat tho Marjorlo gnashed her teeth, but ton sang out: Kathleen could not hear that. Sho "What's the matter with you, porgushed on: "And now wo havo met you trying to crow?"' again! It looks llko Fate, doesn't ter? Are Everybody roared at this, till the it?" porter finally managed to articulate: "It certainly does," Mallory assent" ed, bitterly; then again, with zest: Silence shut down as if tho wholo "Let mo see that old bracelet, will crowd had been smitten with paralyyou?" sis. From somewhere outside and Ho tried to lay hold of It, but Kathahead came a as or fireleen giggled coyly: "It's just an excrackers. Everybody thought, "Recuse to hold my hand." She swung Tho reports were mingled her arm over tho back of the seat volvers!" with barbaric yells that turned the coquettishly, and Marjorlo made a In every desperate lunge at It, but missed, marrow regions bono to snow. These are full of historic finding thnt Mallory since Kathleen, terror. All along the Nevada route did not pursuo tho fugitive hand, tho brakemen and old brought it back, at once and yielded j the conductor, pointed travelers hnd out scene after it up: scene where the "There be careful, someono might the thirst of the Indians had slaked arid land with white look." blood. Mallory took her by the wrist In a man'sthis way ABhton, who had traveled many gingerly manner, and said, "So that's himself fascinatingly times, had made horrifying the tho bracelet? Tnko It off, won't you?" evening before nnd ruined several "Never! It's wished on," Kathleen breakfasts that morplng In the dining-caprotested, sentimentally. "Don't you by regaling the passengers with remember that evening In tho moon- stories of pioneer ordeals, men and light?" women massacred Mallory caught Marjorle's accusing or dracend awnv in burning wagons, tn fiendish nrimltv eye and lost his head. He made a ferocious effort to snatch tho bracelet off. When this .onset failed, he had recourse to entreaty: "Just slip It Women as Wellas Men are Made Miserable off." Kathleen Bhook her head by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Mallory urged more strenuously: "Pleaso let me see it." Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, Kathleen shook her head with so- discouragesuudlcsseusuinbitiou; beauty, phistication: "You'd never glvo It vigor ana clieertui-ues- s soon disappear back. You'd pass It along to that when the kidneys are out of order or dis"How can you think such a thing?" eased. Mallory demurred, and once more Kidney trouble has made his appeal: "Please, pleaso. Blip become so prevalent it off." that it is not uncom"What on earth makes you so anxmon for a child to be ious?" Kathleen demanded, with sudborn afflicted with den suspicion. Mallory was stumped, weak kidneys. If the till an inspiration enmo to him: "I'd child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds llko to to get you a nicer one. That the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the ono isn't good enough for you." Here was an argument that Kath- passage, it is yet afflicted with it, thecause of the leen could appreciate. "Oh, how sweet iculty depend mpon trouble, and the difffirst is kidney of you, Harry," she gurgled, and had step ehould be towards the treatment of tho bracelet down to her knuckles, these important organs. This unpleasant when a sudden Instinct checked ber: trouble is due to a diseased condition of "When you bring the other, you can the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. have thlB." Women as welt as men are made miserShe pushed tho circlet back, and Mallory's hopes sank nt the gesture. able with kidney and bladder trouble, great remedy. Ho grew frantic at being eternally and both need tli6 same The mild and the immediate effect of frustrated In his plans. He caught Swamp-Rois soon realized. It is sold Kathleen's arm and, whilo his words by druggists, in fifty-cepleaded, his bands tugged: "Please and please let me tako It for the measure size bottles. You may you know!" have a sample bottle Kathleen read the determination In by mail free, also a his fierce eyes, and she struggled fu- pamphlet telling all iim'uttiM riously: "Why, Richard Chauncey! auoui aw&mp-Koo- of the thousands of testiincluding many er Billy! I'm amazed at you! Let monial letters received from sufferers go or I'll scream!" to be just the who found Swamp-RoBhe rose and, twisting her arm remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmw from his grasp, confronted him' with & Co., Binghataton, N. Y., be tare and bewildered anger. Mallory east to- mention this paper. Don't ibake 'any oat remember the same, Dr. ward Marjorle a look of Burreeder Mistake, Swamp-Roo- t, Kilmer's and deaoalr. Marinrie laid aar band MHgtuuKtoa, N. Y., on and the addntM, every bottle. g I train-stopping good-natured ! and obscene torture, staked out supine on burning wastes with eyelids cut off, bound down within reach or rattlesnakes, subjected to every misery that human deviltry could devise. Ashton had brought his fellow a to a state of ecstatic excitability, and, llko many a rccountor of burglar stories at night, had tuned his own nerves to high tension, Tho Violent stopping of tho train, tho yells and shots found tho passengers already apt to respond without delay to tho appeals of fright After tho first hush of dread, camo tho reaction to panic. Each passenger showed his own panic in his own. way. Ashton whirled round and round, llko a horso with the blind staggers, then bolted down tho alslo, knocking aside men and women. Ho climbed on a sent, pulled down nn upper berth, and, scrambling Into it, tried to shut It on himself. Mrs. "Whltcomb was bo frightened thnt sho nssailcd Ashton with fury and seizing his feet, dragged him back into tho nlsle, nnd beat him with her fists, demanding that ho protect hor nnd savo her for Sammy's sake. Mrs. Fosdlck, rushing out of her stateroom and not finding her husband, laid hold of Jlmmlo Wellington and ordered him to go to tho rescuo of her spouse. Mrs. Wellington toro hor hands loose, crying: "Let him go, madnm. Ho has a wlfo of his own to defend." Jlmmlo wns trying to pour out dying messages, and only sputtering, for. getting that ho hnd put his watch In his mouth to hldo it, though Us chain was still attached to his waistcoat. Anno Gattlo, who had read much about Chlncso atrocities to missionaries, gavo herself up to death, yet rejoiced greatly that sho had provided a timely man to lean on nnd should not hnvo to enter Paradlso a spinster, providing sho could manage to convert Ira in tho next few seconds, it was overlastlngly too late. Sho was begging her first heathen to Join hor In a gospel hymn. But Ira was roaring curses llko n pirate captain In a hurricane, nnd swearing that tho villains should not rob him of his bride. Mrs. Temple wrung her twitching hands and tried to drag her husband to his knees, crying: "Oh, Walter, Walter, won't you please say a prayer? a good strong prayer?" But tho preacher was bo confused that ho answered: "What's the use of prayer In an emergency like this?" "Walter!" sho shrieked. you know," "I'm on my ho stammered. Marjorle was trying at the same time to compel Mallory to crawl under a seat and to And a place to hide Snoozleums, whom she was warning lieart-shakln- g out-Bide, be-for- CHURCH DIRECTORY Gloverpori Churches lll....M,t HapUM Church nnntUft. Humlnv GiMiftnl- - n3A u m. n It. r.loltt fWt Hitinf ntntwl An lttVA UallA Wednesday 7'flOp. m, Ilaptht Aid Society Ppcond suMlny, society meet Monday nftrr pvcry month. Mm. a. II. Pklllmnn, President l'r'nchinff nvery Hunday at 11:00 u. m,, ami 7:30 p. m. Itor. K. O. Cottroll, I'nMor. I ?l '1 . flethodlst dhurch Methodist Sunday School, B:30a. m. Ira I), lichen, Huperlntendcnt.. Preaching every Sunday ul 11 n. tn. nnd 7:30 p. m. Frank Lewis VA-A.On lit....... Il.hwnw tn. Ijpworth Lchruo, rcgalnr service Sunday M4& p, m; buslncRu mreilnsr flrst Tuesday night each month. Miss Mnrjiarlto Hum. President. Ladles' Aid foeloty meet flrst Monday each month Mrs. ftirrest Llghtfoot, f ...II...., III.. !........ 1A.1H. j.nuiun m liuimry O....I..... niveui i luniuuiib. luiy ....- .....!. M Un.n.l U..M.I.... Ih ....... UllJIItll,out . nfl..ll CLXUIIU DUIIUIIJ III UTCr I'lTDi THRU IlabbaRO. President Choir practice Friday night 7:30, A, II Murray. Director. ..! ' Presbyterian Church l'rcshytcrlnn Sunday School 9! a. tn, Conrad eipl, Superintendent. Trenching ovcry Third Sunday, Hev. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetltg Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Ladles' niu cuuicijr uiuuis wi'uiiFHfiny nucr -iftlliru .. . . .... . .1 U.I .win.. nnnMH M.....I. nan. O "iw"" u.vijr juuiiiii. nio rl... ciiuuriiuiu, President. 1 jl 1 Catholic Church Irst Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon, and llonrdictlon, 0:00 a. m., otht-- three Sundays nt 10 15 a. m On week dnys Mats nt 7:f0 a. in. Catechetical Instruction for thechlld- icu mi nuuruu jb av o:w n. m. t unu on BUiif'. days nt 0:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. tn. V I' r f Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. fl Dentist Irvinjjlon, Kentucky o Don't Forget When INSURING thnt you cun be robbed as well your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. We write all form of Burglar Insurance. ad Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgnresand other Lepil Papers written and ul! forms of acknowledgements taken. 1 I I ln ! pop-poppi- I not to say a word. 'Snoozleums, understanding only that his mistress was in some distress, refused to stay In his basket and kept offering his services and his attentions. Suddenly Marjorle realized that Kathleen was trying to faint In Mallory's arras, and forgot everything else in a determined effort to prevent her. t of abject After the first fright had begun to cool, tho passengers came to realize that the Invaders were not after lives, but loot. Then camo a panic of miserly effort to conceal treasure. , Kathleen, finding herself banished from Mallory's protection, ran to Mrs. Whltcomb, who had given Ashton up as a hopeless task. "What shall we do, oh, what, oh what shall we do, dear Mrs. Welling, ton?" she cried. "Don't you dare call me Mrs. Wellington!'1 Mrs. Whltcomb screamed; then sho began to flutter. "But we'd better hide what we can. I hope the blood-swea- t Marion Weattierholt Cloverport, Ky. Subscribe Right Now. cznorzz) o o o BALL coe & MILLER are livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains r, tantal-izlngl- She pushed a diamond locket containing a small portrait of Sammy into her back hair, leaving part of the chain dangling. Then she tried to stuff a large handbag into her stocking. Mrs. Fosdlck found her husband at last, for ho made a wild dash to her side, embraced ber, called her his wife and defied all tho powers of Nevada to tear them apart. He had a brilliant Idea. In order to savo his fat wallet from capture, he tossed it through an open window. It fell at the feet of one of tho robbers as he ran along tho side of the car, shooting at such heads as were put out of windows. He picked It up and dropped he had swung at It into tho feed-hahis side. Then running on, he clambered over the brass rail of tho observation platform and entered tho rear of the train, as his confederate, driving tho conductor ahead of him, forged bis way aft from the front, while a third masquorador aligned tho engineer, the fireman, the brakeman and the baggagemen. To boContluued , Hardinsburg, o czioe : Ky o o o cznoEZD v v ef , BOURBON rMMJRY JiJnL MI CMC a chick's throat cures Bfapes. 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Mrs, WatkiiiH U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ilruiiu of this city, and is n very beautiful girl with u wide circle of friends, She 1ms been telegraph operator at Ml. Vernon, s Ind., for the pabt two years. Mr. is the so.n of Mr. and Mrs. Baiuuel Watkinspf Wood Lawn, 111., U a prom. fci"K y"K business limn. Mr. and Mrs. Wutkitis will after n short bridal trip make their home in Mt. Vernon, 111., where Mr, Watklna holds a responsible position with the railroad coMitmny, Owensboro Inquirer. Wat-kin- riav. l ot nt one-doll- ar i, ot Few, If any medicines, have met with the uniform success, has attended the use of Chamberlhln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ramedv. Tht tAtnar1alli Mima rf r.l!t- - amy! 2lai" rhosa which it has effected in alnoat very neighborhood have gives it a wide reputation. For sale by ail deal tht 'I ers. "sw -- fMI aad r9 r --s -- mt Leutevllle Kvcaiiiar om Yr $3,tt. Breajcearidge New Peat JJDQ TfiU'Q PADT IN THE ELECTION flownor Marshall's Wife Has Indigestion causes heartburn, nausea, Impure blood, and more (rouble than many different kind!, of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms arc absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try 162 stomach, nervousness, sour the Memory For Names, ROMANCE OF THEIR LIVES, f The Notification of the Indiana Ex. ecutive For Democratic Vico Presi dency Honors a Record Breaker. Oy J. C. HAMMOND. Of Democratic National reaur Publicity Du- - TheoWs BlaGk-Draug- ht ernor Thomas Itlloy Mnrshnll were anxiously wuntltis to shake tils hnnd In congratulation over bis acceptance ns candidate of vice president on the Democratic ticket a smiling woman ' vfttepped before ultn. and If one could .have heard what she whispered In bis ear it would huvc been something like "Now. hurry lu. Tom. and change your clothes." And Tom Mnrshnll forgot to shake hands with the entbusfastic friends until he had carried out the orders of Mrs. Tom Just about the time that thousands of friends of (Jov Indlnnnpolls. tiie old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Goodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thcdford's Black-Draug- Mrs. Riley Laramorc, of Indiana has honored four of her sons as vice presidential candidates on the Democratic ticket, but Uio crowds that cured my heartburn in a few days, anil now I can cat without Try it. distress." in small doses, Insist on Thcdford's nut It w not only ns n wire nnd the mistress of a hoinu that Mrs. M.irslmll shows her nblllty She Is n politician nnd a rlever one She nlso has a remarkable memory flovcrtior Mnridinll has earned thr reputation of being In a class of story Uo can remem tellers all by himself bcr stories, but he forgets names. A name Is omcthing to be cast aside with Governor Marshall, nnd this Is one of the regrets of his life. If ho has any regrets. Tho governor Is not a worrying man. lie Is somewhat a fatalist, hut If he could he would like to remember names; but. not having thnt ability, ho does not worry, for Mrs Mnrshnll Is the new rememberer of the family She has a peculiar ability along this Not only does she remember line. the Inst nnme. but any combination of names comes ns second nature to her, ntid she carries this ability on down to the children and cousins of any one seeking the governor While the governor Is shaking hnnds and trying to remember whether his caller Is .lones or Smith, Mrs. Marshall Is busy supplying the Information and asking about all the relatives. Ideal Partners. Governor Mnrshnll has no brothers or sisters, nnd his parents being dead leaves him somewhat barren of relatives. Governor Marshall's friends are enthusiastic over his home life. When he has started on tn Iking of his wife a new light In the Unoslor executive comes to the surface They romo near being ideal mnrrled partners "I was talking to Tom one day," explained one of his most Intimate friends. "We were lennlng bnck. nnd Tom bad been telling some of bis good stories to Illustrate various topics of We were waiting our conversation. for Mrs Marshall to come bnck from a shopping tour, and happened to remark that I liked Mrs. Marshall better every time I met her. "'Well, now that's the way she strikes me. .Mm.' he said 'We have been married some sixteen yenrs. and us time goes that is n long or short period. Just ns you think. To me it is but n fleeting dny. Then I think bnck over my married life and find I have grown to know Mrs Marshall better every day A man must not only love but In must also respect his partner lu tills life respect her in all things. She must have wonderful quulitics to make the love and respect grow deeper ami better each day That's been my 1 nm piTtrct mat they can matte mismake mistakes he It tht' takes think it is hi duty to say so nnd get the "ntlng over at the (Irst ps Bible moment Mrs Marshall Is not sniffled with Buy Land and Make Money Your easiest way to nittko money is to buy lund in Urcekcnridgo county. Western land has had its day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Breckinridge county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads nnd tho Ohio river. Tho people are prosperous and hind is cheap. Now is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, por cent in tho last ton ycard. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 per cent. Got in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that intcr-o- it you, write your name and ml lies? and wo will keep you in touch with our bargains. THOMAS 11. MAKSUAM.. yf greeted Oovernor Mursliall in the big coliseum In the state fair grounds Here today were ttie greatest In the history the party. The west wanted to show the casi any honors as u hammer thrower lie is not built that way Whlle nil the country was rending the vigorous word- of (lovernor which told the voters whnt he expects Democracy to do In carrying out the pledges for tl next four years It's worth while to know what part a woman Is taking In the nftnirs of the campaign how Torn Marshall happens to be In the position in which he stands today The good pi'iipie or Columbia City. Ind.. never thought Thomas Itiley Marshall was n "marrying man " For for-tyears be had lived with his parents, nursing both his father and mother, who were invalids, which was the reason (Governor Marshall was not a marrying man. He felt bis first duty was to bis parents. Meeting Mrs. Marshall. After the death of bis parents Gov- "rernor Marshall dived deeper Into his law practice, and one day an urgent case took him to Angola. Ind. His du ties called him to the county clerk's office, and there he met Miss Lois Kim-sedaughter of the county, dork, who - In notification lion ors, and. while .Mrs. Mnrshnll was hap py, of course, over the honors for tier husband, sue was nlso worried, for her liusbnnd comes mighty close to being father, husband. son and partner all In one. And when a woman has that combination on her bands to care for she has every right to bo worried. Governor Marshall will never gain what could be done Mnr-sha- ll y was assisting ner miner lft tne omce. From that day (Jovcrnor Marshall bad more business around the county clerk's olllco In Angola than any lawyer in half a dozen nearby counties. (Jovernor Marshall was forty-twyears of age when he was married. Mrs. Mnrshnll being nearly twenty years his Junior. The Mnrshnlls had been married only n few weeks when the future vice president was called to an ndjolnlng county on n case that would consume Bomc five or six weeks of bis time. "Now, I did not want to be stnrtlng off like that." Covernor Marshall explained to a friend one day. so just told Mrs. Marshall that I thought she should go along. And she did." Since then Governor Marshall has never made a trip without Mrs. Mar shall going along. They hnve traveled all over the country together; they go to banquets nnd political meetings to (tether until the friends of the Indiana executive refer to him and his wife as the "pards." "Tom Marshall Is not overstrong," explained one of his friends. "While not n delicate man. his constitution Is not of the most vigorous type. "When he gets Into a political battle he forgets Ills weakness lie gives all that Is In him. and that will tell on any man. Mrs. Marshall soon discovered that the coventor would become heated In making a speech and the next day his voice would bo husky. She decided that he had better glvo up some of the handshaking and tako care of his health first. So when you And him making a speech he docs not stay around to hear the applause of the audience. Rather, he hurries to his room and changes his clothing. "Some people have said that Tom Mnrshnll Is not a handshaking politician. Uo is not. His wife thinks It U more Important to guard his health than to carry out the old time policy, nnd she Is correct, as slit-- Is lu most all other things." "Home Air" Prevails. The Marshall home Is typical of tho mistress. It Is a tinme of books, and still one does not feel "bookish." One of the Marshall friends snld he always felt like eating when be entered the Marshall home in Columbia City or tho executive mansion at Indianapolis. o 1 history " 'The fact that Mrs Mnrshnll has been in svmpnthy In my work, my pluy, my life, is good Hut I Jiuve been her domestic duties alone. She wants to do her share In problems of tho political nnd business world. Mrs. Mnrshnll Is snld to have discussed In detail with her husband his action on tho Ilnltlnjore convention, nnd when It wns seen that Marshall was the man who was going to go on tho ticket with Wilson ho wantod to know what his wife thought about It "It won't be any harder than being Governor of Indiana, and If the party thinks you are the man It only agrees with my opinion." slio said, and thnt settled the matter with Governor Marshall. Mrs Marshall had the honor of being the first woman In Indiana to hold an olllco. Slio wns nppolutcd county clerk of Steuben county by her fnthcr and held that office for a number of yenrs When Governor Mnrshall and his wife were about to be mnrrled she decided that her last official net of tho ollice would be to make out the marriage license. Governor Marshall accompanied his wife to tho county clerk's ollice nnd watched her with enro nsvshe noted the records In tho big book nnd (llled nut the license nnd wntched her as rIio carefully signed her father's nnme. with her own ns deputy. Mrs. Marshall, having blotted tho Ink. said. "Now we enn go." "Not yet," laughed Governor Mnrshall "Why. we nro all fixed," explained Mrs Mnrshnll, pointing to the license. "Yes, but I hnve to pay for It." replied the governor "It's all right for you to make it out but It's up to me to pay the fee." And he did. Mrs. Marshall Is a keen student. and. havlim established the practice of go-- i m: with her husband on all his trips, be they short or long, they make It n point to carry nlong some hook. Mrs Mnrslinll Is ns much of a humanitarian ns the governor A glnnce nt some of the hills that hnve been passed by the lit! Indiana legislature gives an Insight Into the governor: To curtail child labor To regulate sale of cold storage products To require hygienic schnolhouses und medical eMiiuinntlun of children. To prevent blindness at birth To .regulate s;ilo of cocaine and other drugs. To provide free treatment for hydrophobia To establish public plnvgrotinds To Improve pure food laws To protect tixutusi loan sharks. To provide pollre court ma trims. To prevent tralllc In white lnves. To permit night schools To require tneilleal supplies as pnrt of a train equipment. I The BrcckenntJgo News bus a customer for a small, woll improved farm, good hmd near a gn) i school; possession at once; .$'2,000 to $5,000 cash to pay. Acres. 3 mllis from li vuigton.on rami route. Uood frame dwelling; a routns and veranda; good hum .TOxSo: J room ten mi house; 137 acres under ulowj lWaoes grass; ?j acres lu timber; well watered, cls'i'rn unit ponds a to to bushels corn and ISO i pounds tobacco to acre. Uood clover land lays wavy lo lovel location Ideal und In one of tho best uelghhorliooos i tliu county. Prlco St.COO; Js cuhIi Terms on bain nee riillnmd, Mn 9 300 '"crm 3 miles fn-1(W " Wanted Small Farm Sflxfisiinil I No. I. A Fine Home Farm Mid -- I'rlco $10 -- fc.. tho acre. 4s(i(),S terant homes; pood lcvol grows com, tolmci'o, wheat and grass, :i 7.VI. 1, ,nd Lcur tills suld recently fo good nnd luvol Nn good turn; all land woll nu' 19minis acres,Irvlngton. cleared,land. located from I'rlco I'--J ne.iirsiiinilpjonumllufrom'cliooi-llOUaU1 . springs near barn; 7 250 acres lying In a valley; 5 Nn roomilwolllngandlmlliStenant houses, largo tobacco barn; 2H miles touth of Kirk. K mile I '' ;3 f3,'JO0 it from school, woll watered, on Itunil Houte. KiO 3 college. ,0i acres mllo from Kkron. iMemlo county ;n wiloof putmu noliool, 1 mllo graded school. kouiI land acres: woll Nn 4 J'ood Stockdwelling;1M stock burn. Improved Orows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, ut-Krass. l'x miles from Irvliuuoii, oa rural routo. lhN land Is a llttlu rolllan' but docs tot wash. I'rlco right. Jno. I). Ilubbairo, Ciovurpoft. Ivy. noautlfullylocuudonu mllo frjtn No 5 "l "yo town. 100 acres pructleuliy nil io vol land, unimproved; guod 'enclng. Ideal sunt for dairy farm. Price reatoaublo. Write. I no. I) ll.bhi.ge, moverport, Ky. l!'- acres located near Dukes, Han-i. No cock county; VM acres under plow acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit: liroom o dwelling; barn IOxiSv, 40 mires lovel, rest rolling. Uood lunu for tubacco. corn, wheat and clover. It Is a bargain at $!,M0. t.mOcush, balance easy payments. ' acres No 1 good level mllo South of Rock vale, land, 4 room dwelling tenant house and necessary outbuildings. School housd and church In 3J0 yards. Prico SI, (60 cash. Nn R 74 acres. 3 miles rooms Kirk, porch, "' u lug IK story 6 from mi dwcll-''good well, small tenant house, good birnaiid and stable, guod orchard one tracts 100 acres No 9 Twoiuriw In flu, fithitr In fine... and I... I Oo acres 3 cated:imllu from llardlusburg; miles from tlarned; M mllo of ICIngswood Nf "i - 1 lovel; all can be good dwellings; 2 tobicco barn; 3 miles from Sample. Kas terms. 1?'' acres 1 mile K.ist of Ulea Nn i)t.,ln. good, strong lime stono soil, watered by wells and sprlugs( on good county road, near good school nnd churches. Now tobacco barn coit il.200, 3 stock barns, pood tenant houses, line clover and grass laud. Price $H,100. tS3n I A 131 acres loca'.odt mllo north of IO Muyu.idy. Price fi,000. cash balance, la yearly payments. Nn i 311 acres located near Irvlngton 17 This Is one of tho best farms In thatsectlon. Urilerhlgh stateot cultivation well Improved; good orchard; well watered; an Ideal place. Price 10,000; H cash, balance on easy payments -- JO acres VA miles from liurdlns-isibarg, county seat: well Improved; one of the best farms In tho county. Price IIiOiicms, Nn nu.barns, big It cultlvated;3 feed ij nu. II liu. io 1 u. $1,000. 12-- ti K.500. Price fdiO. )C "0 acres well Improved land, ono fJr t"U. AU miio from McQuady; all lovel, good shape. Excellent neighborhood. I'lno tolmcc t and corn land; woll watered. Prlco VTn Acres near Nn stable. lU. l O barn 20x20; logHums. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid &9 Dwelling; with clay; well watered Nr watered 1 1 150 Acres a two Insburgjr-ruoi- mlls from Hard-n- u' dwelling;:! burns $1,750. V .'il "1) --w,.iiAcres, one mllo from Ilarned: improved; plenty of good y water; 2 stock bams (H)(W and SlixtS. dwelling, and tenant house. Prlco. Two-stor- Via $3 ruu : timber; on rural routo; school tuiuso few yards fro n house; Improvement-.- ; go id four room dwelling with kitchen on ba 'k por-h- ; tw good btrns; rn and teaeut Iijuih ami cistern back lu the Held; n.e it and hen house; wood nhed; will xellou cuiy payments; plenty of sm ill train. 1'unher pirtlcuurs ihlress Juo I). Itahbaue, Olovurport. Ivy. 1 140 acres, 2 milts from Gaston, 3 miles from Irvlngt m; well lavs wed: irood vounirorc hard: uood l1 OHO 4Jii,VUU Glondeane, 3 miles from branch ratlroid;all(resh land; I00 acres In cultivation ;i0 acres la grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat und tibicco In neighborhood; '''or acres four mllesjwest of plenty water, well i.t door of dwelling; log ilwo ling, s rooms and side ro)n 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant lious- ood si,thl; 1'ioaty of god timber for firm purposui good land to clear. Price $2,000 H cash. la-ll- (Jovernor Marshall has aNo played an active pnrt In providing for protection of labor, as Is eampled by the following acts: To create a biueau of Inspection for workshops, factories, mines and boilers To ostnlillsb free employment agencies To require full train crews To require safety devices on switch We Want Good Agents To solicit subscriptions and present our Magazine, Map and Book Offers with various Clubbing, THE TRI-WEEKL- Y CONSTITUTION engines Headlights 'lo require engines To require standard cabooses ellli-le- on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, three times every week, almost a daily, Mrs. Marshall believes In a home Brat, y, and tho "homo air" prevails "If Governor Marshall ever occupied the White House people would not know that historic institution." declares an admirer. "Mrs. Marshall would have It a real borne. People would feel comfortable even In the midst 'of the cold and clltter." To provide weekly waire. etc. And Governor Mm -- Mull has con mi nil these in sympathy with hers Ours is not a suited with his "partner a man nu snied life We have been part bills lie is quoted us iters, and that's the way It should be can't go Tar wrong in taking the advice of n wife If she Is his partner as well lu this world ' " Mrs Marshall lias watched over bis as his wife. administration of the affairs of Indiana with a Jealous care There has been A Texas Wonder nothing of the spectacular In bis adIt has been n sane gov ministration. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and The laws that he has ernment fought for und won show the spirit of bladder troubles, removing gravel, the man. They are uplifting. They deal cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, with the improvement of man. woman rheumatism, and all irregularities of and child. the kidneys and bladder in both men Whllo Governor Marshall Is describ- and women. Regulates bladder troubed as a "tender hearted" execuUve, les in chtldren. If not sold by your nevertheless he Is a fighter. Oo to tho old fighting stock of Vir- druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1, One small bottle is two ginia. Is not a dodger. months' treatment and seldom falls to Governor Marshall He has bis opinions, and ho lets them perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2q20 be known. While ho Is an organization Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for man. ho knows thnt organizations .tiro Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugMll8. MARSHALL. s Only $1.00 A Year With your own conveyance, you can work all the rural routes and small towns and rural communities in your sec- tion- - .. , M $5.00 to $7.50 Per Day Can be made on this splendid proposition. If you will write at once, you may be first in your field and secure big orders. Write for an outfit today. All agents' supplies are furnished free. Give good references. THE TRI-WEEK- LY CONSTITUTION ATLANTA, GEORGIA gists. Educate For Business i Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments'. Day anH 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. .. Miss Virginia Helm Milner Celebrates Her Birthday. Union Star, Sept. 2. beautiful and happy girl, With step ns light ns summer air; Kyes glad witli smiles, and brow of pearl Shadowed by a wealth of sunny hair. A seeming child in everything Save thoughtful brow nnd ripening charms, As Nature wears the smile of Spring When tiukiug into Summer's arms. On Friday evening August 16, from 6:30 to 10:30, Dr. and Mrs. Milner very pleasantly entertained for their daughter, Miss Virginia Helm, in honor of her thirteenth birthduy. Forty invitations were issued, llesides members of the J. W. Club, ami her Sunday School associates, those present were: Mrs. I'ercy M. Heard and daughters, Ilnrdinsburg; Mrs. II. l4, Uruner and daughter, R. Hanks, Louisville; Misses Sarah lv. Richardson, Mattie Milner and Pink Rickctts. After many delightful games, duinty refreshments were served. The dining-roowas beautifully and artistically arranged, the color scheme, pink and A Mrs-Annie m .Shorthand Ilookkecplng. ...Itapltl Calculation. ... ... ' .Commercial law. .Arithmetic. ,. . .Spelling. .. .. .. . .. ...Civil '',"JUI,,,S' Service. .English, .Grammar. Penmanship. .Commercial Geography. ' ,1,eu(II,,B' .H'lnking, Commerce. .. . .. .Uso or Adding Machine and other olllco devices. .Punctuation. Name .. Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pre?. Owensboro, Ky. r white, beinjj carricil out through all the Dowell being the successful contestant, decorations anil refreshments. Misses was awarded the prize, a beautiful Ikju-b- ou Virginia Acley Heard and Mary Fry-tnir- c dish. very nracefu'b' presided at the It was a very delightful occasion; good punch IkjwI. cheer prevailed and the night was far The presents were numerous ami very spent ere we separated. pretty, consisting principally of the real hand work of the girls handkerchiefs, Running up and down stairs, sweepdoilies, centerpieces, etc. An interesting ing and bending over making beds memento, presented by Miss Florence will not make a woman healthy or limner, was a "Housewife" made of beautiful, She must get out of doors, liueii, which Virginia's aunt, three gen- walk a mile or two every day and take erations back, Mrs. John M. I'ryuure, Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her hud manufactured from the plant. A digestion and regulate her bowels. handsome bracelet was the gift of her For sale by all dealers. aunt, Miss Mattie Milner, and iter uncles, Helm, Dr. J. T. and Tope Milner nlso reiueuibcied her in a very pleasNotice ant and substantial uiuiitier. A beautiful ring set with two sardonyx (.tones, and the usual one dollar for each year That resolutions of respect nro but this time fourteen dollars instead of published tit 5conts per lino. thirteen, owing to a vein of superstition Please do not send obituaries to presented in n beautiful knitted purse, tho News without expecting to were the gifts of her father und mother. pay for tho publication of this An interesting feature of, the occasion kind of tnattor. wns the contest in ucedlecraft by members of "The Jenny Wren Club," of which Mrs. Milner is president. The beautiful handwork exhibited by these Louisville Eveoimg Post CA and girls from ten to fifteen years pf age was Rrecke,m'idt NW3 very gratifying indeed. Miss Ruby one year 3.50, AJ.OU (' iy nw !!'". IV lp n t ,' W' Kthel WilUinm, of Hill Grove, Monday to ttke charge of the cnui school, which opens Sept. 3. II. J. Rice wont to llHwehvllln Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. J R Smith entertained with a dinner pnity Sunday in honor of Mr. Smith's birthday. Thine present were: Mr. and Mr. Klrby Smith; Mr and MrH. II C. Haddock, Webster; Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner; Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Cox and Mi STATE FAIR'S TWENTY BIG DEPARTMENTS, BUSY WEEK - ROLLA WELLS IS IN HON EARLY ONTHE JOB Look Here! When You Want Young Society Peoplo Have Hay Ride to Webster and Enter- Democratic National Treasurer tained at tho Home of Mrs. Is After Small Contributor. Forty Notes John Lyddan. list ol Competent In Superintend- ents Charge ot Them. Twenty departments linvo been for nt the Kentucky State Fair this ycnr, and ench depnrtinent will bo presided over by n member of the stnto bonrd of agriculture, nnd, In addition to tbe vnrlous department)! having tho personal supervision of a member of tho board, end. lias been provided with n competent superintendent, thus Insuring to exhibitors nnd visitors nlllse enrcful attention. The following Is the manner In which the departments linve been nrrnnged and the member of the board and the superintendent In charge of each: Hordes, Commissioner .1. Jesse Gardner, Irvlnglou. ' Mrs. O.C. Richardson and children, of TuUnhoma, Tennessee, are guests of her father, Gus W. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Anderson, who have been visiting in Denver, Col. for the last six months, are expected home In a lew dnys. Mr. and Mrs. S. J.Bunger and Urneot Stttli, attended the Harrison county fair at Corjdon, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John Butler.ol Garfield, guests of Mrs. Claud were week-en- d Myers. Persons of Interest. THE Thoso Going and Coming. About ALL Insurance! Life Insurance. Sick and Ac- PEOPLE TO HELP. OF THE TOWN NEWS. W. New Scovell, Lexington, member; K. A. .superintendent; Knrra, Nlcholasvllle, Trust II, Says Woodrow Bwlnc, J. L. Lettcrle, Harrods Creek, People 0. Owlngs, .lefferssoiitown. member; h. Wilson, and It Must Buperlntendent: sheep nud goats. II. M. Froman, Ghent, member; V. T. superintend Chilton. Cnnipbcllsburg, Make Good, ent; poultry and pigeons, .7. W. Newman, member; .1. h. Grlbble, Louisville, superintendent; vegetables and ood row Wilson nt Sea Girt. N. J. L. Lettcrle, member; melons. Charles Scholtz, Jr., Louisville, super- tho "Little White House" nt Sea Girt intendent; Held seed nnd grain, G. N. Is dally called upon to demonstrate his McGrew, Bayou, member; II. C. Love- ability ns a ready- speaker. lace, Boston, superintendent; tobacco. Is not a day passes but what - man. member In charge; It. II. U lard, Lawrenceburg. superintendent; mules and Jack stock, .lames M. Terry. DEMOCRACY MUST BE Cvnthlnna, member; Outhrle M. Wll son, Hnrditown. superintendent; beef cattle, It. .1. HnKsctt, Leltchtlold, mem- A WORTHY INSTRUMENT ber; AV. U. Moorman. Jr., Glcndean. dairy cattle. Al. A. Buperlntendent; James M. Terry, member; Judge Frank I. Scbrec, Carrollton, superintendent; horticulture, Fred It. Blackburn, Stanton, member; "W. n. Clayton. Hebron, superintendent; woman's department, G. X McGrew, member; Mrs. II. S. Vansant, Frankfort, superintendent; farming Implements, It. J. linssett, Leltclillold. member; F. M. McKeo, Versailles, superintendent; forestry nnd minerals, Fred It. Blackburn, member: George S. Lee, Carrollton. superintendent; students' Judging contest. J. AV. Newman, member; Professor J. J. Hooper, Lexington, superintendent; education, II. M. Froman, Ghent, member; Mrs. John L. "Woodbury, Louisville, superintendent; dairy products. Fred It. Blackburn, member: Professor .1. J. Hooper, LexFor the de ington, superintendent. pnrtment for plants and flowers O. It VanMeter of Lebanon will be the member In charge, anil he will also he In charge of the racing department, while In the dog department Professor M. A Scovell will be the member liav ing direct supervision. Already the members in charge ot th. various departments ns well as the superintendents have gone to woik to There assist Secretary 'ent and Assistant Secretary I. B Shropshire in nrinug lug for tbe exhibits in their depart incuts, and from now until the gates are thrown open to the public on the morning of Monday. Sept. Si. these will be kept busy completing the details for tin big show. I olli-cla- he meets various delegations who call to assure him of their support-I- n speaking of political machines to the Brooklyn Democratic club Governor Wilson said: "Machines are bad. but nn organization mny be very essential. For Instance. I have been surrounded by an organization here In New Jersey while doing my best work. A machine uses its political opportunities for tho selfish ends of its members. No members of our organization would ever think of doing that. Public opinion in New Jersey has drawn the distinction. It has killed the machines, and it Is going to keep the or ganlzatlon going "It seems to me that we are standing in the presence of something higher than allegiance to the Democratic party. The country has been disappointed In the Republican party, nnd It Is turning to the Democratic party That party Is willing to show the way toward those things which must be realized Some gentlemen neem to tlnd It easy to make personalities out of politics, but It seems to me that whenever that Is. done politic: W debased. "Men who are In search of reform are now resorting to the Democratic party, because, for my own part. I do not know where else they will turn to export the results. There Is no discounting the strength and serviceability of a united party, nnd the splendid part Is that the Democratic party is Clearly Incompetent. "Have you ever been married be foreV" asked the license clerk. "Great heavens, young man!" ex claimed the experienced prima donna "Don't you lead the papers?" Whereupon she wired Immediate In l ructions to discharge her press agent - Washington Star The Or ml mi Scho l opened Monday witli go d Httemlance A Inrjje cattle deal was umde Saturday. I P. IIigH'j & Co rliiprcltwc cars to Louisville, nnd C. A. Mont nomery bought about that msny for feeders. running full time. The distillery The apple crop is a large one. 10k ron still maintains the lead as tbe largest stock market and shipping point ou the HeiuleiMHi Route between Louisville and Oweusboro. Meade county lost four old and prominent citizens during the month of Judge J uiues Wool folk, loiitf a prominent urnn and member of tbe Con and County stitutiouul Convention Judge; Chas. Catperke, a substantial German citizen; Mrs. Kitty "Wimp and is Aug-ust: Mrs. Joe Woolfolk. of pioneer families. All were members GUSTON NEWS days at Sample with Mrs. R, Weedmau, Mrs. G, K. Kagiu and haby,of Frankfort, are guests of Mrs. II. L. Dell. Miss Klsie Baxter nnd Miss Maty Smith have returned home after visiting a week with friends at Corydon, Iud. Misr Kdtth Cuudiff spent the weekend with Miss Clarie Jlrowu, of Salem. Mn. Mollle Waruiouth and Prank Warmoutb, of Louisville, ure guests of Ms. S. J. Jolly is spending a few J. T. Cundlff. Mits Klsie Baxter weut to Ilramleuburg Monday, where she will teach in tbe county II K1 School. scription. of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bramlette. "The people havo contidenco In W. Holland and Mrs. Holland, Woodrow Wilson, aud they will give John of tihelbyville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. what they can or their menns to elect Albert Asbcraft. such a man president "I am a great believer In publishing Mrs. Albeit Marshall and children of Mr. and broadcast before and after election, spent Tuesday the guests the various contributions made. Mrs. Thojias Payne near Bewleyeille. ' "There are men who can well afford Mis. Chas. H. Drury returned Monto give tbe committee $5,000. but I day uiternoou from a visit to relatives want to assure the public that we "are not going to have nuy tainted money. in Carroltou. "We are appealing to the people, and Kincheloe and children, Mrs. Anion we are relying on them to help elect of Walla Walla. Wash., were recent Wilson and Marshall visitors of Mm. Nora H. Boatd. "I have two tioys who have been Htrdins-burg- , Miss M.y Wadlington, of graduated from Princeton, one five came Sunday morning. Sue will years ago and one seven. But it Is not be with Mrs. Malt Payne during the because ours Is a Prlncetou family that He Is a great I like Governor Wilson school term. nil man and the type that we should Dr. W. B. Taylor returned Thursday have In public life." from Hodgenville where lie attended the LaKue Couuty Pair. returned home Sunday alter visiting Mrs. Ivdwin H. Jolly is at borne from Mr. and Mrs. Chhs. Hawes. Ilrtrdiiihburg wheie she was the guest of Mis. Chas. Hook and two daughteis Mrs. Taylor Beard. have letiiiiit-- from a visit to Union Miss Daniel, of Horse Branch, has Star. returned home after 11 visit to Mi JesThe )ounger society set enjayed a sie Brady. Friday. Tue end of moonlight buy-rid- e C. O. Kitterman joined Mrs. Kitter the txcurMou was at the hospitable united. h me of Mr. and Mrs. John Lddan, "Speaking seriously, nothing affords man and Ma'ter Raskin Kittermatt wheie they were servtd to watiimelon. me more genuine pleasure than to re- Thursday and all are now guests of Mr Lonuie Djwell, the acommodatit'g ceive such greetings from men In Jer- and Mr. C. H. Evans at Columbus, O. cinier on It. V. D No, 2, is en j tying sey who have at least tested my finaliTbe School improvement League will I'.eenuse you have known me hold its next meeting Friday afternoon his unuual vacation. ties Mrs. Jennie Calloway left Thursday at close range and If you will be kind Sept. (I, at 3 o'clock. An interesting enough to vouch for me perhaps the for Louisville. been arranged. rest of the country will bo credulous program has Mr. Hueeue Hayues. of Duraut.Okla., report. Mrs. G. N. Lyddan entertained the of your visittd Mr. aud Mrs. Mat Payne Wed "I have spent a great deal of time Woman's Missionary Society of the since I became governor of New Jer- Methodist church on Tuesday afternoon nesday. sey defending your character. It was at her beautiful country home near Mrs. M. B. May, of Campbellsville, supposed In the old days, when the has leturned home from visiting M . L. ' town. board of guardians was In charge of May. Alton McCoy, of Louisville, who has K. the state, that you were all of you The progressive citizens who liavs disnosed to give tbe most monopolistic been visiting his grandmother, Mrs. not their pavements already down tire rlnglnc Nannie Bsniy, lias returned home. trusts of the country a great now hustling to see how soon it can be welcome In New Jersey The "Tom Thumb Wedding" given "New Jersey was known as tbe gotten iu place. These ure the men we auspices of the School Im mother of trusts a very troublesome under the greet with the glad handaway with questionable family and I had to provement League, was a most delight the class that is not in for all that is and ful source of amusement. The little spend my time outside .New Jersey elevating und that helps to make the the people of the Union that It tots acquitted themselves with great or the disposi- honor, while the older boys and girls town more attractive. had not been the fault tion of the people of New Jersey that taking the parts of ushers, grandma there were certain gentlemen who had and grandpa, deserve especial mention. Glad To Receive Subscriptions. undertaken to carry the Republican Miss Mabel Adkius, who has been party In their pockets and to adminisWe will be glad to receive and transdie visiting Miss Gladys Hensel in Louit-vwj- p ter independently of the rank and mit subscriptions to the National Comreturn home this week. of Republicans In the state. "New Jersey Is progressive, but tho M4f'tt4(rB. J"e Green Anderson, of mittees. United States Is progressive, and wo Gust4ft ttftfc Sunday here visiting The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. have here merely n delightful sample Mr. au4P4-t Asbcraft. of the people of the United States. an9 irifc JHmIs II. Jolly gave a Mr. "Now, these people are not bent on THE GREAT DUTY OF ADdestroying anything, but they are bent dance ThurbiB' evening for their sister, on setting everything In order; they Miss Elizabeib Claire Jolly, who will JUSTMENT. are bent upon Justice; they aro bent leave in a short time to resume her upon seeing to It that the peoplo in work at Indiana University at Uloom-iugtoWo aro servants of the people, general are partners of the governtho wholo people. The untlon has j been unnecessarily, unreasonably 4 ment ns I was trying to show the Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Smith were in at war within Itself Interest other day. And the Democratic party Guslon Sunday as guests of Mr. and Is now placed under a peculiar responhas clashed with Interest when sibility It has to prove that it is Mrs. Jim Smith. there were comuiou principles of right and of fair dealing which T tho worthy Instrument of that zeal on Hershel Kiik, of Richmond, was here might and should havo bound tho part of the people of tho United them all together, not as rivals, States. If it does not provo It now it Sunday as the guest of Mis? Claudia will never be given unother chanco to Handy. but as partnera As the servants provo it No party that proves un of all we arc bouud to undertako Miss IL Ada Drury spent Tuesday in the great duty of accommodation fnlthful to that Ideal will ever nguln Bswleyville as the guest of her hi other, bo trusted by the peoplo of America. and adjustment From Wood- H. Druiy. row Wilson's Speech Acccptlug And therefore we ure stuudlng at n W. politics. Wo must turning polut In our the Democratic Nomination Logan Helm, of Lexington, returned make good or go out of business. In home Sunday after a visit to Mr and tho vernacular. It Is a cuso of 'put up Mrs, Hate Washington. or shut up,' becauso words aro going Mrs. Nannie Watheu Is visiting in Take Down Coarse Mottos. to bo discounted. Nothing will bo honored except tho actual carrying out of Louiville. When you go into an office and see a such programs as eenslblo men way Mrs. L. B Moorman aud eon are motto hung over a desk or on a wall, unite In for the common benefit" visiting Miss Mattie Lee Moorman iu such as "Do It Now," you can make Brandenburg. and win a bet that a "wait-- a while" dots business there. Miss Virginia HaWes, of Owtnsboro, g n. Joe Piggott, who was the guest of his Now York. A small, smooth shaved, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott, mlddto nged man with a coat of tan for Lexingfor ten duya, left Monday that gave evldenco of ranch outdoor ton. llfo recently c'amo Into tho Waldorf Miss Louise Lewis, ot l'ordsvllle, who carrying a suit case early in tho afterhas been the guest of friends und rela- noon nnd registered an "Holla Wells. tives here returned home Wednesday St Louis, Mo." afternoon. Tho smooth shaved little man. who Mrs. Chas. Tanner and Master Hugh Is to be tho watchdog of tho Wilson Tauner arrived Wednesday afternoon campaign money from now on. was irom Winchester. nsked for vltnl statistics, whereupon Is in It was learned at first hand that he Is Litlle Miss Ruth Henniger of St Louis. as the guest ol Mr. and Mrs. a banker nnd years old. was graduated at Is nfty-sl- x Sndenwater. Princeton in 1870. or three years beT. N. McGlothlan and Miss Lillie fore Governor Wilson was graduated: McGlothlan spent several days of the thot he has two sons who are Princeton men and n grandson who some past week iu Louisville, day will be it Prluceton man; that he Miss Mary Cornwall gave a moonlight nnd no notion of seeing New York dance Monday evening in honor of her this summer until the Wilson organiniece, Mian LelmTuruer, of Louisville. zation selected hlni ns its treasurer Mrs. A. 11. Suter, of Adams, Tenn., and that Just nt present the one thing is the gues.t of h r parents, Mr. and that sticks out In the appointment in his mind is thnt tho new Job cut In seMis. T. N. McGIothlun. riously upon n most beautiful vacation Miss Lyddan, of Oweiislorot Is visit- which he and Mrs. Wells had been ening at the home of Mr. and Mis. G. N. joying In a enmp nt Little Trnvorso Lyddan. bay. Michigan Mr. Wells believes In getting nt his Mrs. S. 1'. Pink, nnd Mrs. J. M. desk at 8 o'clock In the morning. Ilerndou returned Tuesdnj evening "We are going to raise our campaign fiom a visit to relatives in Hrandni fund through the smnll contributions." burg. said Mr. Wells. "1 am sure thnt 11 large part of the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fulleuwider. of University of Wisconsin, are guests money will bo ralsptl by popular subthe Har-dinsbu- rg There It to Be No 'Tainted Money' Used In Electing Wilton and Mar hall. cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail In- surance on Tobacco, all In old reliable companies. Lowest Rates of any Company in America. L. C. TAUL, Cloverport, The Insurance Man, Ky. 'i St? stel Iff MR.rBii wiii i'ij'uimu'ua - ." tt b LYONS, McQuady, 1 RURAL TELEPHONES! Mr. Burmor, tiro you interested? If so, cull on the managorof the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and havo him explain the specinl "Far- mors Line" rate. i ik X & I Cumberland A. Telephone & Telegraph Co., y (Inoorporated.) FAFWVI 147 Acres Under Cultivation. FOR. SALE Good Stock Barn I stock; one-hastation; good lf Good hill land; orchard; lino tobacco land; well watered for under cultivation; 1 mile from river; 2 miles to y house, 6 rooms. 45x45 tobacco barn. to 50 bushels of corn or 1200 to 1400 pounds of dark to140 bacco or 1,000 pounds of Burloy can bo raised to an acre. For further information address two-stor- WATLINGTON BROS., "Do It Now'' is responsible for many It is blunders and much lost money. the slogan of the Impulsive It sounds veil but doesnt get you very far. "If you want to know who is boss is around here start something," another one. It usually hangs over the desk of the man who thinks he's boss, but who Is afraid nobody else will agree with his view of it, But for decency's sake point us away from the man who finds It good sense to hang profane and coarse signs In his business house. There is so much vulgarity printed nowadays, posing as wit, that we naturally ausociate the mo,tto with the iudividual responsibility for its display. : Stephensport, Ky. WANTED! Mule Colts Fisbor, will.be atC. II. Drury's Colt Show, Saturduy, September, 7. for tho purpose of buying raula colts. Mules to bo received at C. II. Drury's barn. .Too Glasscock, of 3 t Two thousand feet above the railroad on the wbll of a Canon, is painted a sign with three words and the impression It has created far outweighs all the Subscribe Now J sign. others combined. Three words, "God Is Love." You "That beats Hell" said a lookw on. may be a saint or a sinner, but you'll "Thats the calculation" said another. stop and think whenever you Me that Chained Lightning. 1.