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INDAY SCHOOL is House mns, Mr. BnUmlnger spoke on "The (Church's Obligation to the Church Much Interest has been .School ' IQTITIITClnrouse(Un lhe sndav School work, DIDTIOT Dill I lU I IHO 1 1 1 U I L'and It is expected that the school will nave a large numerical mcreubc. oy the grading of the school It will be pos11.... tromaDio meeting ner- e- sible for the teachers to do much more to-Ho THE SCHOOL PATH lly Wilbur I). Noililt In Hood UomokepplnR use Canvass is satisfactory I teaching. The graded Made to Find New Can Get Hundred--Methodhundred-Presbyteri- ist an lessons will be used in the primary and Members-Bapti- st Junior departments for the first time, 'and this will be a great help to the Over Four teachers as well as of great benefit to Three the pupils, Watch us grow. Down the path and up tho path to school ho goes today, Little does ho know tho path will lead so far away; But I lingor at tho gate and watch him trudge tho street, Sorrowing for all tho frets that wait his littlo feet. Until now ho was initio own, his only path led homo; Now it is a world-olpath that ho sets out to roam. Ho thinks that ho will conio back, but when ho comes again In his eyes will bo tho light caught in tho world of men. Always on, and novor back, the path lm takes must lead; Out of nil tho world of dream, into tho world of deed. Trials there, and victories, and futilo war and quest, paths that never gives us rest. Now ho takes tho world-ol- d d Ninety E. O. C. of as fine white Hurley tobacco ns was ever grown in this section, his thirty acres of Boone County corn Is making a fine show for a big yield. Miss Katharine Wimp writes; In glow ing terms of her school work In Bethel College at Hopkinsvllle. Mr. and Mm. Chcrles Tanner and Master Hugh Tanner are in Hardinsburg for tho Teachers Institute. of Rochester, Herndon McGhee, New York, is hero for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. II McGhee. This is Herndon'. first trip home in fif teen years, in this period of time many In Kentucky Has Glorious Be- ginning at Lexington-Ho- n. J. N. Camden, Chairman, Sound- Keynote-Govered the McCreary Speaks Followed By Others. nor Two. Charles Randall SCHOOL In Memphis. Chas. Randall, former foreman of GRADED. the L., II & St. L. shops in thU city, has been made master mechanic of the Cloverport Bap- - Memphis Jlvislon of S . Louis Iron, The Institute at the Sc Southern railroad. Mr. it church last week was a very prof. Montain ible one so far as the Cloverport Randall made substantial friendships hool is concerned, but not so as to In Cloverport. He and Mrs. Randall their attractive children are e schools of the county. Only three and hools In tne county were represented, missed here, Shelby Conrad, of this city, and a and Walnut swleyville, Irvington man of thorough mechanism, succeeds rove, eacn nau two reptcscuiuiivw him at the shops as foreman. esent. On Wednesday night State Secretary Brashear Medley Marriage. juis Entzmlnger spoke on "Enlargc- canvasn to e or a nt" ate . the possibilities of the school. cAt The marriage of Miss Robert I tl.l e close ot tne service ne uuikm and Mr. William Medley will be lunteers to mak3 the canvass the quietly solemnized Wednesday mornxt day and a few responded. On ing. September 25 at 8:30 o'clock at nirsday the canvass was made, ana St. Paul's Catholic church, Rev. E. was found that there was a possibll- - 8. PitzGerald officiating. Owensboro for the Baptist Sunday School of Messenger. 5, for the Methodist of 3U7. tor tne esbyterlan of 92. Those of the otlier New Engines For Us iths that have no church or scnooi re are included in the possibilities of The people alon? the Henderson three schools named. There are In Cloverport. As Route will get to faast their eyes on ut 125 Catholics result of the canvass it Is evident that three new engines soon. James B. e white population of Cloverport is Randall, master mechanic for the L., tween 1,000 and 1,100, allowing a H. & St. L.", loft Saturday lor Philaargin for those who were missea in delphia to check in the locomotives from the Baldwin Locomotive Come canvass. Mr. Entzrainger pany. On Thursday night oke on "Grading the School." and on 'rlday night pn "Class Organization." Epworth League Devotional n Saturday night he spoke on "Maln- Topics And The Leaders At the SniiA: a Graded School." ose of the address on Saturday night, For October. e church voted unanimously to have e schcol graded and elected the of- Sunday October 6 Miss Pauline ers and teachers. At the afternoon 'sessions, a training Moorman Healing the Blight of Spirass was taught by Mr. Leavell. The itual Defection. Sunday October I3 Mr. Earl Boh-lxtbook used was "The Graded The Relation Between Ecnomic-a- l hool." A number heard the lectures and Moral Forces. d twelve took the written work and Sunday October 20 Miss Ella Smith ill receive seal number two which will "The Blind Beggar." placed on their diplomas. i Sunday October 27 Miss Orn HenOn Sunday morning the, scnooi was raded without the slightest tricuon. dricks The Unlimited Reach of Contook their places according to age, servation. nrl the new classes were formed. The . fficers and teachers of tne school as Assistant Business ected are: Manager Of K. U. Paper Superintendent, C. E. Lightfoot; As- v.. w. stant Superintendent, Secretary, R. O. Willis; A V. A. Babbage, of this city, is asstant Secretaries, W. A. Kofi and J. sistant business manager of The Idea Jarboe; Treasurer, Lee Wood; Or- - the official newspaper of Kentucky University. The Breckenrldge News inist, Miss Beatrice AlcLracuen. The departmental superintendents will receive the journal with much inre: uraaie rc.ou, mis. o. x. uumv., terest every Thursday as four of young men are K. U. rlraary, Mrs. R. T. Polk; Junior, Mrs. annle Tousey; Intermediate, Mrs. L.. Lightfoot; Home Department, Bro. Enter School Here. Lee Nelson and Mrs. F. T. Heyser. Mrs. Joe Fallon, of Elmltch, was The teachers are: Primary Depart here last week to place her children, ment, 3 and 4 year old boys and girls, Sarah and Joe Fallon, Jr., in school. taJPolk; 5 year old boys and girls, They will stay at the home of their ReTBoyd; 6 year old boys and girls, grandmother, Mrs. Harriett Fallon. Ki6sAnna Mabel Kramer; 7 year old ays and girls, Mrs. Lee Nelson; b year Mr. Smart Home. . id boys and girls, Miss Ray Heyser. Walter Smart arrived home this week Junior Department Nine year old Mrs. Cordrey; 10 year old gtris, from Phoenix, Arizona, to visit his Kris, Silas Miller; 0 and 10 year old parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smart. oys, Walter Hawkins; 11 year old iris, Mrs. Tousey; 12. y.ear old gins, Political Wisdom. Hiss Maggie Wroe; 11 and la year old Dave Henry and Dr, S. P. Parks ays, Mr. Carl Llshen. Department Girls 13 were in a heated discussion over the Intermediate Mr. Henry redl4;Mrs. Cottrell; boys Uand U, political situation 16, marked that the Bull Moosers would be r. Barney Squires; girls 15 and . like chickens, they would all come . Lightfoot; boys 15 and 16, Department Young men 17 home to roost. The Doctor replied, all jBnlor ilO, Proctor Keith; young women u wise rats leave a sinking ship. 3Q, Miss Evelyn Hicks and Mrs. k. INDAY house-to-hous- 'A ... Bra-shea- r ...,-- ..- -- But tho wonder of it all I Tho folk that ho shall meet, lloroes that aro his to know, and royalty to greet; and reach lie shall sail tho sullon seas, Magellan-wise- , reef and beach. Alien land and barren strand andstorm-swop- t He shall faro through wondrous plainsand climb tho highest peaks; Ho shall know tho wondcrlust that conies to him who seeks. Ho shall hear tho cannon roar and see tho saber gleam, Ho shall hear tho buglo call across tho reddened stream. Oh, and ho shall brother, too, with all tho marvol minck, Find tho hidden truths that only ho who conquers finds; Ho shall tread tho dusty halls whore learning has been stored, . He shall share the treasury of learning's miser hoard. But he laughs and runs along, nor knows how fir it is; He must plod in weariness upon this path of his. Ho hears music in tho tone that surges from tho bell, Yot all selfishly I hear tho measures of a knoll. Down the path; and up tho path to school ho goes today, Knowing not it leuds to a world so far away. Ho will come baok homo again, but will have loft tho joy That was mine until today, when still I had my boy. Contributed by Mrs. Hovious Bohcn ' changes have been wrought in the town and community. We are glad to know so many of our boys are making good in their chosen fields of labor. Henry Trent, who has been living in Louisville, was here today to convey his household effects to Custer where he will make his home. The School Improvement League will hold Its next meeting Friday afternoon, October II at 3: I5, there will be reports of interest, come and hear BLIND SENATOR IS PRESENT. them. Miss Viola Lewis entertained the younger society set Saturday evening at her homo on Third St. Mr. Brite, of Maceo, who has purchased a cottage on the corner of Third and Maple streets, is making extensive improvements and when completed will have a most attractive home. He and Mrs. Brite will move here about Oct. 1. j The Young People's Christian Society was organized at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. This society is a federation of the three societies which for the past year have had n struggling existence in the Methodist, Baptist ana Presbyterian churches. The meetings will be held on Friday evening of each week, the next being held at the Meth odist church next Friday evening, Sep tember 7 at 7:15. This is a movement that should meet with the hearty approval of all. James Snyder, a former resident of this section, but now of Walter, Oklahoma, is here for a visit to friends and relatives. He is now the guest of his niece, Miss Parthenia Jordan, und her brother, Dee Jordan. BRECKENRIDGE ROUND UP OF EVENTS TEACHERS MEET. County Capital IRVINGTON er 11 -- Oelze. and over, Adult Department--Men3- 0 9 Tl.1.lun null 1)A T AA XTol v. V. x erKiua ituu ajiu. urn n- If. women 30 and over, Mrs. Heyser Mrs. Emma Mattingly. At the eleven o'clock service Secre- Entzmlnger presented the Conven-Norm4. TAKE YOUR CITIZENSHIP SERIOUSLY Times-Dispatoh Diplomas to a class of rteen who have completed the first k In the Teacher Training Lourae. are eight books in tne course. FJgre receiving the diplomas are: C. Lightfoot, Mrs. Lightfoot, R. O. Wilis, Mrs. K. L. Oelze, Mary uwen foW Mrs. T. P. Heyser, Miss Ray Mrs. Polk, Mrs. Tousey, Mrs. Walter Hawkins, Miss Evelyn jn, tks, MIm Anna Mabel Kramer, Mi lUh Payne, BewlyvHl. After the presentation of the dlplo. regards it as a mission and uses it for tho common good to free his followmon from ovory kind of servitude and oppression and ideal of life, inakothom their own lovers to ruiso themselves to hotter estate. Citizenship is a duty, and ovory man who lias a high of honor. A who makes it bravo and serviceable, has a right to bo called a citizen and no other should be enrolled upon tho roll citizenship sor- citizen is a man who honors his oity, his state and his nation by living right and doing good. Such a ono regards iouslv. Tho duty of citizenship is committed to each man as a trust to do aiscaargou always ior tno common nuiu mm n.u U,Knot for tho advantago of individuals.' or "urnnsB. A ballot is to bo used for tho bonolit of ho -- Day. We can show that we have done Make your plans to attend the Arbor things this year. Day celebration at the new Gradtd PERSONAL POINTS AND NOTES Mrs. Ed. McAfee is at home from a School building Friday, October 129. Brecken-ridg- e The annual Institute of the visit to her sister, Mrs. Yeager, of Clo- Select your trees now a nice elm, maple or dox elder, you will make no misCounty Teachers is in sessiou at Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington were verport. take if you select chiefly water maples. Hardinsburg this week. "There's a in Cloverport Friday to attend the SunWhile returning from a trip to the Mrs. Will Kyler, ot Hawesville, is the crowd in town," said Mr. Davis Dowell day School Institute. country Thursday morniug, Mrs. W. J. yesterday morning when nsked how May Watlington went to Har- Piggott suffered a severe strain to her guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Fritz. Miss many teachers were in attendance. dinsburg Friday evening, she will be ankle. Her horse was frightened, ty a Miss liessie Bently, of Cincinnati, Several of them are guests of friends, with her parents during the Teachers thresher which had recently passed the who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. while others are boarding in private Institute highway, and jumped tp one side of the Arch Pulliam, returned home Monday . homes and hotels. road splintering the shaft, Mrs Piggott Mrs. J. I), Fritz, of Louisville, is vis Mrs. JohnR. Wimp returned WednesMr. V. O. Tilford, of Frankfort, is iumned from the vehicle thereby sus iting her sister, Mrs. Joe Fritz, on Carday morning from Hopkinsville. conducting the Institute, and he Is a taining injury. oline street. D.ivld Heron is ill of typhoid fever at place. He most capable man for th Mrs. Arch Pulliam and Miss Ida Angle Gibson is in Hardinsburg Miss Instills In the teachers determined pur his country home near town. Pulliam are in Cincinnati this week for this week to attend the Institute. Mrs. Fred Keagan and baby, of poses and unflagging resolutions for a visit to Miss Bessie Bently and sister. Miss Viola Lewis will be the guest of Fratikfort, aie guests of Mr. and Mrs. their year's work. The Rev. Mr. L. K, May and Mrs. Mrs. Gus Shelman during the County The program for the week is well Albert Ashcraft. May are in Madisonvilie this week for filled with instructions and splendid Mrs. J.O. Chapin and daughters Institute at Hardinsburg. the meeting of the Annual Conference lectures. Nearly all the teachers who spent Thursday as guests of relatives Mrs. R. L. Crider and Miss Ruth of the Louisville District. present. in Cloverport. could possibly attend, are Crider are guests of Mrs. W. S. Deane Mr. T.B. Henderson and Mr. Charles Among them are: Prof. Culton, Prof. The Public School is dismissed this at Dundee. Claycomb, of Webster, were here TuesMcCoy, Miss Ora Hendricks, Mr. Las-li- week on account of the Teachers' InAdams Cooper, a former assistant In Misses Julia and Margaret Wroe of stitute which is in session at Hardins the Henderson ticket office here, has day enroute for Madisonvilie to attend the Annual Conference of the M. E. the Cloverport schools. been recently promoted to the position church South, they were joined here by burg. Mrs. Nannie Robertson, of Guston, of City Ticket Agent for the Southern Mr W. J. Piggott. here are is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Albe'rt R. R. at Atlanta; his friends South III. Comes From the The Home Aid Society of the Methoof his success. glad to hear dist church held an interesting meeting at his home Ashcraft. has been P. D. Plank Mrs. Matt Payne Is In Louisville this at the church last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. R, B. McGIothlan Is in Hardinsin this city several days, suffering from burg this week as thr guest of the Pey week "doing" the wholesale millinery malaria. Mrs. Alvln Withers and baby, of houses. She will buy her fall stock Kirk, are expected this week for a visit ton Hotel, in Chicago and CinBuilding New Homes. Mrs. W. II. Henderson, of St. Louis, chiefly there and to Mrs. Withers' mother, Mrs. T. R. cinnati. came Friday afternoon to be the guest Blythe. Pleasant Payne and Steve Davis, of Miss Johnnie Moorman, of Glen Dean, of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. cotThe Woman's Missionary Union of Harned, are each building a nice Washington. came Monday lor a visit to Miss Eliza the Baptist church will hold Its next In Harned. Arch Weath-erfor- Bate tage home Bate Washington is busily engaged beth Crider. regular meeting at the church Tuesday Is building a tobacco barn on his Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wimp were afternoon, October 8 at a o'clock. EvIn harvesting his crop. He has five acres farm near Harned. ery woman in the congregation is urged to be present. The many patrons of Mr. George Thompson's shop will be delighted to know that he is again furnishing excellent meat to the trade. From Tlio Commoner E. F. Alexander recently returned road in ovory prefrom St. Louis where he purchased a printed a short editorial that ought to bo In its issuo of September 9, tho Kichmond (Va.) portion of his fall stock. laud, lloro cinct, in ovory state of the union and posted up on ovory schoolhouso, and in ovory counting room and factory of tho some it is: "There is nothing more important than that wo should take our citizenship eoriously. Somo pcoplo tako it as a oko, Attractive Girls At No man is worthy of citizenship unless as a game, somo as a sollish purpose and somo as a chance to help friends or grind axes. Doors Thrown Young People's Christian Society Organized-Realest- ate There is n movement on foot to erect Open to Educators Many a iiasonic Louge room nere. flans Transactions-Lar- ge Young People and Visitors Go Repre- looking to that event are being formu- dinner guests of Mrs L. B. Moremen InsSunday. to the County Teachers sentative Crowd Of The Im- lated. Mrs. Charles Ac'mire and daughter, A large representation from the Ir titute-Mr. Tilford Present. provement League To Attend vington School Improvement League of Lou'sville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. will attend the Institute on League A. D Adkins. Teachers' Institute. CLOSED. Under the most auspicious circumstances, with the skies bright and the nir invigorating, and amid historical , and encouraging surroundings the" campaign in Kentucky for the election of Wilson and Marshall was Inaugurated at Woodland Park, Lexington, Thursday, after a memorable march to the grounds to the music of dozens of bands with thousands of voters keeping step. As chairman of the auditorium audience, Hon. Johnson N. Camden, who is also Chairman of the Democratic Dampalgn Committee, sounded the keynote of the campaign, and he was followed by Governor McCreary, Speaker Champ Clark, blind Senator Gore, Senator Ollie James, Owsley Stanley, Swager Sherley and other distinguished Democrats, who told of the achievements and hopes of a reunited and militant Democracy, which fired the Democrats' hearts with enthusiasm and determination to help roll up the largest majority in Kentucky since the immortal Tilden carried it by sixty thousand on the plat form, the principal plank of which declared for a tariff for revenue only. Every one of the many thousands of Democrats who gathered at Lexington seemed to be thrilled with the inspiration of the times and confident that the lean years for Democracy are almost ended, and that deliverance will come In the election of our matchless ticket. It was indeed a glorious of a fight that will end with one of the most famous victories of modern times. the-stor- ' SCHOOLS ARE ALL e, 111 Kentucky University, Whit-wort- I, I Mrs. Taylor Beard and Mr. J. of Hardinsburg, Ky., spent several days In Lexington last week, the Misses guests of their daughters, Judith Ellen Heard and Mary Louise, Whltworth, who are Freshmen at th University this year. The Idea. h, ". MARSHALL CAMPAIGN HAS BECOME ACTIVE IN BRECKENRIOGE Officers Named by Chairman Henry DeHaven County Machinery Getting in RunWill Soon Begin to Hum Moorman-Poli- tics Do you believe in Woman's Suffrage? Whether you do or not you will enjoy reading every chapter of tho new sorinl wo have arranged to print er leaotoKoiioifoiiaziotoig BALL & MILLER limy, Ftid Stablt Bus Meets all Trains For "I LL ! HI TV'S NaKR II .11 Use Flour and Sals Lewisoort , BEST IT V EANS it, Write to us ning Orcor- - John Jennings Chairman at Cloverport. -- Hardinsburg, O : Ky PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep Following is u list of Precinct Campaign Committeemen in and precincts of Iirccknnriugo County, Kentucky, for tlio twenty-onwith list of four assistants in each precinct, viz: AIcO. Mercer, Chairman, llnrdins-burjHAHDINSIJUKG No. 1- -N. Ky.; .John Monarch; K. F. Lyons, McQuady, Ky.; Lou ,larboc, Kirk, Ivy.; Charles Miller, llnrdinsburi, Ky.; Sylvester linrkor, Kirk, Ky. HAKDIXSliUllG No. 2 Cliairninn, West View, Ivy.; Jesse Whitworth, Iliudinsburj,', Ky.; Frank May, Harned, Ky.; S. A. Davis, Harned, Ky.; Minor Compton, llnrdinsburjr, Ky. llAltDINSBUUG No. 8 Hubert DoJarnettc, Chairman, Ky.; Louis Jarboo, Miko Miller, Hurdinsburg, Ky.; P. M. Heard, Hardinsburg, Ky.; John Scaton, Ihrdinsburg, Ky.; J. T. Hobcn, Hardinsburg, Ky. HARDINSBURG NO. i Tieo llendriok, Chairman; Hardinsburg; .John Kennedy, Tom Rowland, John McClellnn, T. S. Hook, e 11 Ilnrd-insburg, The Women's CHOCD OOO CHOEZ3 IN r, Candidate A talo with situations as ridiculous as they are daring, but whole-sotn- o and up to the minute. PLENTY OF MONEY Burden of ITALY Financing tho War With Turkey Has Not Been Appreciably Felt by the People. LEWI5P0RT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky CO. An Illustration of tho hitherto prosperity of Italy Is tho fact thnt hIio has not had to borrow a cent of foreign money for the expense of her war with Turkey. This war had cost Italy up to May 11 $47,880,000, . all of Hard insburg. J. N. Alf lluwkiiw, Chairnnm, Muttingly; BALLTOWN W. Rice, Tar Chancellor, Tar Fork; W. B. Tnul, Muttingly; 0. Fork; Tom Ryan, Jr., Muttingly. CLOVERL'ORT, NO. 1. Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, Chairman: Frank Greenwood, Ed Gregory, Frank Carter, Leon MeGavock, all of Cloverport. CLOVERl'ORT, NO. 2. .John Jennings, Clmirmnn; Miko Hon-dricII. L. Studcr, Georgo Harris, Mike Popham, all of Cloverport. CLOVERPORT, NO. a. Chas. Lightfoot, Chairman; V. G. Babbago, Fred Fruizc, Thos. Bolder, Silas Miller, all of Cloverport. STEPIIENSPORT. Wm. Gilbert, Chairman; John Flood, . J. Stephcnsport; Lewis Perkins, Kirk; Jesse Miller, Sample; Scbopp, Andrew Crawford, Stephensport. WEBSTER Rufus St. Clair, Chairman; Peyton Chiycomb. .lame- - Kurtz, J. M. Rhodes, T. B. Henderson, all of Webster. UNION STAR. Dr. Wm. Milner, Chairman; William Shel-maW. Scott Cart, D. S. Richardson, Lon Hall, all of Un:on Star. MOOLEYVILLE. James F. Jarboo, Chairman, Chcnault; D. II. Sphire, Mooleyvillo; II. G. Vessels, Rhodelia; Scott Cunningham, Chcnault; Horace Manning, Mooleyvillo. I RV1NGT0N.-Gre- en Band', Chairman; E. II. Shehnan, Earl Bennett, Tom Blythe, Ernest Henderson, all of Irvington. BIG SPRING. John Morris, Chairman; Raymond Kusoy, Courtlund Trout, J. N. Tucker, J. II. Mcudor, all of Big Spring. BEWLEYVILLE. C. II. Drury, Chairman; Geo. Compton, P. W. Foote, Irvington, R. F. D.; Frank Smith, Stanley Rose; Dr. Rosctta. Chilis Alexander, Chairman; Alex Giay, Alf Taylor, CUSTER Gilbert Pile, Raymond Meador, all of Custer. MOOK. -- Wude Pile, Chairman; E. E. Glasscock, Miles Drane, John Alexander, Clms. Butler, all of Mook. 1IUDS0NVILLE. Dr. S. J. Hull, Chairman; Ilu-- e Alexander, Minor Giegory, Dick Mercer, John Hardin, all of llud-oi- l. M.DANIELS. Fiank Rhodes, Chairman; Dr. Guy Hurt, Milt Miller, X. T. Mercer, Fisher; Win. Stoims, MoDanieU (iLEN DEAN. E. L. Robertson, Chuiimun: James Deane, Glen Dean: J. P. Eskridge, Axtel; Hno Pool,'.!. C. Muttingly, k, Mc-Dunie- n, or Just $210,000 a day, since It hegan on September 27, 1911. Nevertheless, her 3'. per cent, government bonds arc quoted In the markets of Europe between 97 nnd 98, varying If you lib. a gooj ttory of course, from dny to day. Eonnldo don't mitt this on. Strlngher, director general of the Rank of Italy, has Just made an official report stnting that Italian emigrants send at least $90,000,000 n year hack home, while tourists spend almost If not quite ns much In Italy. Hither one of these sources of wcnlth would more than sufflco to pay the entire expenses of the wnr. Money In Italy that when is so abundant District Convention To Be Held popular subscriptions uero opened In ninny cities for military aeroplanes to At Hudson Sunday, October ho presented to the government, the lists were filled In a few days, tho 6,1912 total amount of the subscriptions far exceeding those of a similar nature In France, in splto of tho wave of popular g:)0 Devotional. Mrs. enthusiasm for neroplanlng In tho 10:00 Address of Welcome, latter country. It is worthy of noto Lon Arms. that this war has cost Italy In human 10:10 Kcsponse, O. L. Bruington. lives only 52 officers and 519 men, Sunday-schoas an according to the official figures, an 10:20 The Agency for Good, J.' A. Quiggins. unprecedentedly Binall loss for eight Song. months of active warfare. 10:3o Primacy of the Child, W. D. Smith. 10:55 The Organized Adult Work, Miss Kelley Gives Up Hoi Drane. Big Salary To Marry. ol Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Joir Iliimhlcton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, .., C. E. Keith, Elizabeth town S 5.00 or: rn fJ.OO For Sale 15 H. P. This engine is in good condition; 1ms boon run about 3'jcars and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Hns all necessary pipes, gasoline tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and 11 natural gas attachment. Reason for selling entirely too large for my purpose. For further information call on or addros :) F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINES i JNO. D. BABBAGE, :: Cloverport, Ky. I Cumberland Telephone No. 46. Song. Music in the Sunday school, Washington, Sept, 18. AnnounceMrs. Elisha Meador. ment has been made that Margaret Val11:20 Report of Schools. ll::;i) Short address by County entine Kelley, who, until the appointment of Julia Lathrop as Chief of the President, T. 1J. Henderson. Children's Hureau, was the highest Offering. salaried woman in the etriploy of the Appointment of Committees. Government, is to wed in the near 12:00 Adjournment, future. Htr fiance is Major Robert Ai'I'krxoon' Session Gallon, of the Coast Artillery. Miss Kelly Is a mttive of New Hampl:lS Song and Praise Service. shire. She came to Washington withka'.lying the Forces, Miss 1:35 out political "pull," started from the Virginia Payne. of the civil service ladder and 1:4 5 The aim of the Sunday school' bottom climbed by hard work and close appliC. L. druington 11:10 J:0," We Want Good Agents To solicit subscriptions and present our various Magazine, Map and Book Offers with Clubbing, THE TRl-WEEK- LY CONSTITUTION s Monday, "Wednesday, Friday, three times every week, almost a daily, , J Some Incentives of the Mrs. W. D. Smith. Sunday-schoo- l, cation. Song. " President Taft appointed Who and what constitutes an Treasury 1). Goldsmith. her assistant to Director of the Mint. ideal Sunday school, W. 2:20 '2:33 Miss Kelly as Acting Directory of the Mint could be "Acting Secretary of the Only $1.00 A Year With your own conveyance, yon can work all the rural routes and small towns and rural communities in your sec- - Glen Dean. WhynoLan EvergreenSunday: Husband Called Her Fat. Mrs Tesslo Mai.cusson filed a suit for separation from Leo Marctlsson on jhe ground of citielty. One of her chief allegations is that on many occasions ho taunted her 011 account of her steo and weight She sald last May he came home one night, awakened her and thrust in her fate a newspaper of a remedy to reduce weight and advised her to use it Mrs. Mnrcusson also said that a letter was sent to her from a Denver concern advertising tieatment for stout women. It was an answer to a request for In- Walter Buxter, Chairman, Rock vale; Frank school,? J. V Harrington. ROCKVALE 2:00 Keport of Committees and Rnppcrt, Tar Fork; W. Allen Moorman, Robert Wcller, Jack election of Officers. Cooper, Van Zstnt. Song. Having been selected by .Judge .Moorman as an Advisory ComAdjournment. mittee to the Breckenridge County Campaign Chaiiman, we lCspect-full- y T. U. Henderson, County President. cettily that we concur in the appointments of the Precinct Ora 15. Hemlrick, County Secretary. Chairmen and aNttinN as heretofoie shown M. II. BEARD, $5.00 fo $7.50 Per Day Can be made on this splendid proposition. If you will write at once, yoti may be first in your field and secure big orders. Write for an outfit today. All agents' supplies are furnished free. Give good references. . JNO. O'REILLY, Advi&ory Committee. Respectfully .submitted to Hon. J. N. Camden, Chairman Democratic State Campaign Committee, and Hon. W. W. Spalding, SAVED FROM Chairman Foutth Congressional District. II. Dell. MOORMAN, Chairman Breukenridgo Ciuwtv Campaign and Executive Committee. LEE WALLS, Secretary Campaign Committee. Tells How Sick She Was And J. D. BABBAGE, Publicity Committee. What Saved Her From 0N0 WIF THE TRl-WEEK- LY CONSTITUTION ATLANTA, GEORGIA formation She believes her husband had the letter sent to humiliate and distress her. HOSPITAL Green Keller Dead. Carlisle, Ky., Sept. 18 Green R. Keller, editor of the Carlisle Mercury and Representative of the State Legis Nichols-Robertso- n H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Rnldence Cumb. Phone IS. .Shellman House J 'I An Operation. IS MADE A DUMPING GROUND Salvation Army the Not Altogether Willing Recipient of All Kinds of Spoiled Food. ,' f It tho pure food commissioners ever get after the Salvation Army's commissary department they will no doubt make nn interesting raid. "The stuff they would confiscate Is not the output of our kitchens," said an army collector "Ft Is donated by people who have made a mess of what they tried to cook. This morn-iiia woman telephoned that a fruit cake and a Jar of currant jelly had not turned out satisfactorily, and I could have them for the trouble of calling for them. I went. The cako Is pretty heavy and the Jelly Is not jelled, but I think the Ingredients nro pure, so wo are going to distribute tho stuff among our poor families. Unfortunately all donations nro not so Innocent IlreacI nnd cake solid enough to sink a gunboat nnd chunks of meat so poorly cooked that not oven a French chef could turn them Into a savory stew nro sent In by Incompetent cooks Ladies Reading Club Whero people over got the notion that tho Salvation Army Is a dumping ground for The Ladles Reading club will open eatables Is a mystery. Wo tho first Thursday in October and the certainly npver asked for them." members will be entertained at the New York Press home of Mrs. James Ii. Randall. ten-poun- d Had Terrible Experience. While his two little children watched at his side, a resident of San Jose, Cal , named (lothherg, lost consciousness and tossed for neatly four days not long since in delirium, in the canyon of the Saratoga creek near Springs. During nil this time the children were almost without food and with hut little to shelter them from the weather. The man left San Jose to visit a friend on a ranch near Castle Rock on the summit abovo Saratoga. He had gone as far ns Saratoga when he became ill, but managed to get some distance up tho load towards Congress Springs beforo he was overcome and had to stop. The father fell asleep and raved In delirium. Faithful to their father, the children stayed by his side during thrco days and tlireo nights with only some canned meat to eat. For a shelter they stretched two blankets over tho top of tho fence nnd huddled under this poor protection. Tho party, when found, were tnken to tho county hospital, where Gothberg did not regain consciousness for somo time. Con-Kies- ago Upper Sandusky, Ohio. " Three years 1 was married and went to house keeping. I was not feeling well and could hardly drag s j t 't'lk r t )i myself along. I had such tired feelings, my back ached, my sides ached, I had bladder trouble awfully bad, and I could headaches, too, and became almost a nervous wreck. My doc tor told me to go to a hospital. I did not like that idea very well, so, when I saw your advertisement in a paper, I wrote to you for advice, and have done as you told me. I have taken Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, and now I have my henlth. " If sick and ailing women would only know enough to take your medicine, they would Ohio. "SJtiB noteatorsleep. Ihad getrelief." Mrs.BENJ.H.STANS-deh- y, Route G, Box 18, Upper Sandusky, If you havo mysterious pains, irregularity, backache, extreme nervousness, For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham'a inflammation, ulceration or displacement, don't wait too long, but try Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound now. Vegetable, Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and such unquestionable testimony as the above proves the value of this famous remedy and should give every one confidence. undo-slrabl- o Subscribe Right Now. Subrcribe Today! Now! Leglature from the islative District, died suddenly of stomach trouble at his home on Main street here this evening at 5:s0 o'clock h year. He was one in his Teddy Shut Out The Coon. newspaper men in qf the was one of the Demo this section and cratlc leaders in the Legislature last Hi diddle de diddle! winter. Old Taft tore up the flap, Teddy kicked the cabin over the moon, The G. O. P. said, "I be " when Booth and Oxford. "Through evil report .and good re- Teddy shut out the coon. port, and in spite of much physical Now, you good old Democrats, disability, ho slowly came into hU This is the summer of their discontent, own. To ono who is aware of hla beAnd, may the glorious summer, by ginnings and lifelong Imitations It The sons of New Jersey and Indiana seems almost gtotesque that staid, Fill our" household with victorious conservative Oxford so jealous of her wreathes, and learning, to hearty In her ahhorreneo On the itli day of March, I9R nllG.O.P, of "the Philistines" should havo on this man her degree of Doc- Oflice chairs will be vacant. tor or Civil Law; hut Oxford did It, J, C. Musselman, Irvington, Ky. and Dooth deserved It. For Into tho very henrt of Oxfoid mid 'of all of decent English Booth had dilven his own couvictlon that the most venerable of human laws aro but a dead letter unless and until they aro suffused and New Pastor at Irvington. applied by tho Higher Law of Love. The congregation of the First Bup. All ocr tho world there are thous ands of well to do people who owe It tfst church has called the Hev. Mr. V. to General Dooth. ami his blatant, con- H. Jones, of Louisville, to the pastornte spicuous reminders, that they did not of that church for the ensuing year. quite forget "Who Is My Neighbor?" Mr. Jones is one of the most able men Tho Churchman who have occupied this position, asd the congregation feeU itself most forLouisville Evening Pom m( and Breckenridge News tunate in securing his services. Irv tl Ington Correspoadcat. VM one year $3.50. Hardinsburg, ::: Kentucky Office Over Fanriers Bank Successful Farmer' Not having seen anything in your paper for some time from our part of me communweaun, i write 10 lee you know that we are at the same old place on the south bank of the Ohio river about (SO miles west of the Me tropolis of the State. we may not nave quuo so much nog and hominy as down in the Penerlle or, so much blue grass and mountain due as in the district above us. but we are y? 1., t i. living at peace wiui our neignoors,aiw we deliver the present crop of tar when acco and crib the corn we will tigftg enough to do and some to spare I cwl tice report from the agricultural partment for September places crops generally above the averi which is true with us with so mi ceptions, owing to too much rain m and lately tobacco has fired on the so badly It will cut the quantity considerably, tiave nau line weai for curing peas lately, which we a good crop of and which is one of bet crops we can raise, But our ers should quit buying their Save them from their own crop. Si turee good, .rather dry now. looking well. A subscriber, Fan Houie Journal. 1 sixty-eight- best-know- n ... con-ferie- d Subscribe Today! $3 kkrta &ut,' si considerably ued in Germnny, the Japanese manufacturers employ Euro pean poplar, spruce, Chinese cypress, cherry, buckeye, paulonia, false hickory, iount To Nearly Two Thou and other kinds of wood. The chip is produced by planing with special tools, sand It Can Memorize That the shavings being about fifteen inches . ... long and one and n half inches wide. . ir Tears--v- o many in inree w The product l very easily dyed, nnd fcabulary Wondarful, it Is of mch thinness and flexibility that the dantiest effects in millinery goods can be obtained. Harper's Weekly. Take a paper and pencil, follow the M for several days, several weeks, "Generally debilitated for years. ttlng clown every new word that Is twed. And when the word "child" Had sick headache, lacked ambition, twed, It does not refer to a boy or was worn cut and all run down. Burdock Itlood Bitters made me a well tl seven or elRht, but ono of three. An investigation recently made by woman." Mrs. Chas Frcltoy, Moos Mowing n child nt that age nnd noting up, Conn. very word that was used showed that t had memorized 1,771 different words Judge Sims Marries Phey covered practically everything Mih which the child came in contact, Miss Nona Johnson tad were words the child had never eard before. Bowling Green, Ky., Sept. Jo. Miss Another investigation of words used Nona Johnson and Judge James C ly children between 16 months nnd 10 Sims will be married this morning at nths old showed that the lowest vo the home of Charles P. Dorscy at cabulary ihnt was reported included the Newport, where Miss Johnson Is visitof sixty words. The highest was ing. She Is a daughter of Mrs. L. C. W32 u?6rds. Froni two years on the vo- Johnson, of this city. Judge Sims is a jaMflary of a child increases rapidly, member of tie law firm of Sims it, mtll nt three years the average child Rodes. las a vocabulary of at least 1,000 words. Louisville Evening Post "Answers Magazine. nnd Breckenridge News one vear 3.50 you knew of the real value of If hamberlain's Liniment for lame back, oreness of the muscles, sprains and Chinese Merchants' Way heumatlc pains, you would never Of Keeping Fresh Frui wish to be without it. For sale by all dealers. It is a common practice of fruit merchants in China to keep perishable RAYMOND NEWS. fruits in fresh condition by tho use of large and very thick earthen jars. A quantity of broken ico is put in the Several from around here attended bottom of each jar and upon this is the ice cream supper at A. J. Keys, of placed a woven wicker basket in which Lodiburg, lrist Friday night and re- the fruit is kept. The jar Is closed with ported a nice time. a wooden cover which often has a strip The dance given at Horace Har- - of felt around it to make the insulation desty's last Saturday night was largely as complete as possible. Dr. Myer says attended. it is wonderful how well this simple Miss Mary Able, of Webster, is vis contrivance serves its purpose. American Wine Press. iting friends and relatives in this CHILDWORDS a Express Charges Prepaid on Purchases amounting to $5.00 IBACONasoNS INCORPORATED Mail Orders Carefully Filled T THE TIME AND PLACE TO BUY: 0 UR dress goods Dress Goods and Silks department is showing everything that is new and practical for Fall and Winter wear. If it is a dress, coat suit or skirt you will be pleased with the quality and the price if you buy here. one-pie- ce Some of 15he Extraordinary Inducements 44 .! to 54 Inch Dress Goods mi 54-I- n. Black Storm Serges 52 $3.50 Silk stripe Marquisette Diagonals, Homespuns All Woo! Stree; Medium weight novelties; Made in all the new Fail shades , iC. tV inches wide; worth $1.00; This is a good black and comes in both plain and fancy weave; Yard . U Uf V ALL WOOL BLACK DRESS GOODS 75c A Yard Diagonal omespun, Cheviot, Black Storm Serge, Black Chiffon Broadcloth. The above fabrics are all wool and 54 inches wide Plain black homespun, 75c A Yard IMPORTED BROADCLOTHS SPONGED $1.35, $1.25 Plain Satin Messaline inches wide at, a yard 36 $1.50, $2.00 and oil- - AND $2.25 SHRUNKEN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cashman and several others attended the funeral of Mrs. Cashman's uncle, Sash Avitt, Sunday. Wm. Chappell was in Irvington one day last week, and was accompanied home by Mrs. Chester Chappell and chitdren. Mr nnd J ro Wtillnpp 1fft last Satlir- -;uay ior ineir nome at.iroy, kuu, . b -- FSw, if any medicines, have met with the uniform success, that has attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The remarkable cures of colic and diarrhoea which it has effected in almost every neighborhood havo given it a wide reputation. For sale by all deal ers. 78c $1.00 Silk for 75c Black Satin Mescaline and black boiled Tali'cta; yard wide; ex2-- Costume Velvets and 27 inch Costume Velvets; in all shades and black; priced at tfM ftp Soc, .$1.00 and 010 1 This Silk comes in nil the new Fall shades and white; hns a very line lustvido. rous linish and is es tra tit, a yard -- 75c R. W. Owen Buys Home Railroad Fares Rebated: V.. Out of Town customers have only to ask for the rebate, after having made their purchase and receive 5 per cent discount up to the amount of their railroad faro. le implicit confidence that many (people have in Chamberlain's Colic, I Remedy is .Cholera and Diarrhoea founded on tnelr experience in trie use of that remedy and their knowledge of the many remarkable cures of colic, diarflioea and dysentery that it has effected. I'or sale by all dealers. Hats From Shavings. R. W. Owen has purchased the residence of Dr. C. H. Todd, on Frederica street, and will move his family into it within the next month. Extensive re pairs will be made on the tesldence, FIRM FOUNDATION which is one of the most desirable in Owensboro. The consideration was not made public Owensboro Mes Nothing Can Undermine It In senger. J V THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport. Many of the handsome summer hats E. Pworn by the ladies are made of shavings. It is sa'd that the finest examples of this industry are the product of Japan, S. V. Bassett nnd son, Roy, were in where these wooden ribbons appear in town Saturday collecting taxes. divers forms, certain of which possess Mrs. S. P. Davis, of Durant, Okla., almost the sheen and delicacy of satin, is visiting Mrs. H. E. Frymire. Awhile others show a decided resembl ance of soft and dainty crepes. 7' tfr nnnnnrc Vififr nnltf nWint flff.rtn tytr cent, of the chip is exported in the form of wooden ribbons, the remainder being worked into what is known to as "chip braid." This is utilized tin the same manner as straw brai- dthat is, tor hats, DasKets, ana similar articles. Jt The exports from Japan in a single year have approximated a million the United States being a large Rbuyer. The trade is steadily increas- iinjff Inasmuch as the Industry is a While willow is new one. com-linerce dot-mar- T. S. Barger brought a pumpkin in town Saturday that weighed seventy-tw- o pounds. If there is any one who can beat this let ns hear from him. Miss Kate Barr has returned home after spending several days in Owensboro the guest of friends and relatives. Ernest Cart, who has spent the past six years in California, has returned home. Will and Roy Dodson were in Rho-delia s, ! SUBSCRIBE NOW 1 I ....FOR THE... j. Atlanta Journal DAILY, SUNDAY AND Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dave Reynolds and family will leave soon for Centerpoint, Ind., where they will make their future home. Mrs. H. L. Bruner is visiting friends in Louisville. Harry Norton was in this neighbor hood last week buying cattle. John P. Biddle was in Louisville last week on business. Mrs. G. W. Dodson and mother are in Indiana visiting friends and relatives. p I J I MissAliene Biddle left Sunday for Hardiusburg where she will attend the institute. She will also be the guest of friends while in the city. Misses Lena and Caroline Brushear are staying with their brother, Stan ford, near Irvington. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? Liver perhaps needs waking up. Doan's Regulets for bilious attacks, 25c at all SEMI-WEEK- Largest Circulation South of Bultinioro I I s I I I 1 stores. I BY MAIL Daily and Sunday Sash Avitt Dead. Lodiburg, Sept. 33 (Special), Funeral Sash Avitt died Saturday. services were conducted by Rev. J , C. Argabrlght, and the interment took place In the Walnut Grove cemetery. Those who attended the burial from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Black, Carlt and- - Parcy Black, Miss; Mattte and Susie Black, of Addison; Mr. ana Mrs, Hugh Casey, ot i ) MJy ely Sunday per annum 57.00 " " 5.00 " eiy " 2.00 1.00 I I 'sitJ.Weelvly 11 AN the News All the Time f Peonle are sometimes slow to recog nize true merit, und they cannot be Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 blamed, for so many have been hum bugged in the past. The experience of hundreds of Cloverport residents, expressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, places Doan's Kidney Pills on a firm foundation here. W. M. Johnson, prop of restaurant, Cloverport, Ky., says: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills and 1 consider 3 Per'Cent on Time Deposits An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. them an excellent kidney remedy. You are at liberty to publish my former endorsement of them. For six yoars I was afflicted with kidney trouble. I Mrs. Sue Taul, who has been ill for had pains in the small of my back and was lame when I got up in the morn- some time, is worse. ing. I tired easily, felt languid and ,! Miss Nora Beat ty was nt Kirk Monwas nervous. Dizzy spells and head- day shopping. aches also bothered me and the pasMarion Jackson, of Evansville, is vissages of the kidney secretions were too iting relatives near here. Air. farmer, are you interested? If so, call frequent, obliging me to get up at on the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone CM night. Doan's Kidney Pills brought The name Doan'a inspires confi& Telegraph Company and havo him explain me great relief." Price 50 dence Doan's Kidney Pills lor kidney tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. For sale by all dealers. itching. n Co., Buffalo, ills. Doan's Ointment for skin cents. Doan's Reirulets for a mild laxative. New York, sole agents for the United Sold at all drug stores. States. & Co. Remember the name Doan's and A (Incorporated.) Colt Show. take no other. 1. R. Mays will have his colt show Saturday, Sept. 28 , at Webster. A M'QUADY. premium of $10 will be given to the best colt by Osker, and (5 to the second best. A premium of $8 for the best 261 Acres good land for $1,250 Miss Marcella Lyons is Improving at mule colt by my jacks. Colts to show this writing. by halter. J. R. MAYS. This land lays on Tar Creek ono inilo west of Halltown. It The young people enjoyed a social at Splendid for raisgrows good corn, tobacco, wheat and clover Mr. J. B. Bates Wednesday night. All For Teddy. stock. 25 acres good bottom land, remainder hilly. It has ing good 4. room dwelling, now; veranda and porch; tobacco and feed Mr. and Mrs. Hobb Frank are the Crit Seaton says tell everybody that barn. Keason for soiling, moved to Louisville. This is ono of parents of a new boy who arrived Glen Dean Republicans are nil for tho bet farms in Breckonridgo county for tho price. For further Thursday. Teddy. In a crowd of fourteen, thirparticulars see Sam Matthews, Cabot, Ky. or Miss Vera Weatherford, of Balls, is teen were for the Bull Mooser. with Mrs. Will Davis. JOHN MATTHEWS, 925 Gross Avenue, Louisville, Ky. Thps. Fowler, of Brandenburg, was Money For Pooled Tobacco. the guest of Miss Minnie Snapp Sun. The money for the I9OII pooled today. bacco has been received by I. R, Mrs. Rboda Wright is 111. Wimp. Same can be had by calling at Bryant Miller Is no better. the First State Bank Irvington. If or own cutting Is the order of the Tobacco Go East For a Visit. day. of all availfull kind place of Miss Teresa Mattfngly, who Is teachMrs. Edward Bowne and little daughuse of by able ing at McGuvock's, passed through ter, Artell'a, will leave todAy for Cheshere Friday tn route to her home near ter, Pa., to visit Mr. Bowue's mother Kirk. and his sister, Mrs. Plilpps. They will Misses Mildred Miller ami Mary Ball spend a few days at Atlantic City and otlwr points of Interest. are on the sick list. BRECKINRIDGE BANK SOLID AS A ROCK FOR UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 40 YEARS KUKAK IE, L.br HUN Foster-Mllbur- I Cumberland Telephone Telegraph 53;52s5S733W3JSS53S Big Bargain in a Farm! it's your ambition to any property get making News Real Estate Ads. a farm a country information The Breckenridge r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher tivc in this county, nnd that tho farmers especially are very active in their lino. Tho Cincinnati Knquiror'd poll of Koutucky shows to date: 2,230 votes for Wilson, G0 for Taft, 1,321 for Roo?ovolt and 111 for Doln. It ako shows tho chango of U Democrats to Republicans, 102 Rcpub licons to Democrats, 101 Democrats to Progressives, and 508 RepubAccording to this showing tho prediction of licans to Progressives. our good Republican who says Wilson's plurality in tho Stato will bo Whilo all this sounds good, and 75,000 won't bo vorv far wronc looks good, there is one thing tho Democrats have to do, ,jot out and Prudent; But Helpful THOUGH "V Issued Every Wcdnosday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1912 Subscription prico $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nnd 5c for each additional vote ' That opportunities to be accomodating are unlimited is clearly CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rato of proven every day. Last Tuesday one of thd colored men who drives a dolkery wajron in town wax tolling about tho good food ho has now. 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 conts per lino, monoy Ho takes a basket to a certain hotel every day and gets enough for 25 cents to do him for two meals. Pains aro taken to fill his basket genin advance. erously and no one, perhaps, oxcept tho colored man, can appreciato Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please the kindness of this hotel. Kindness goes out tho back door as easy 1 notify us. as it does the front and whilo tho world does not always sec it until & insertion. the necessary precautions arc observed in there is never tho least discourtesy or lack of consideration shown to patrons of Unsold, rcliablo institution.. Instead, the oflieorn aro anxious to aid and abot any worthy cause toward tho creation and development of business enterprises in and around Irvington. With this purposo in view, customors aro treated with tho jrrcntcst courtesy, and their needs met to tho full extent of their balances and responsibility. Wc would like to HELP YOU. I i FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. PAYNE, :: Irvington, Ky. Cashier DEMOCRATIC TICKET n Inst it is usually first in sincere motives and genuineness. GOV. WILSON DUCK RIDS ROOM OF FLIES POR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of Now Jersey VICE PRESIDENT TIIOS. R. MARSHALL of Indiana In FOR REPRESENTATIVE BEN JOHNSON First the Future Pin Its Faith to Domestic Bird. Visit To Western Metropolis The manager of big Chicago hotel Food has found a very asimple Since Nomination-Pu- re solution of the fly problem. It is a flock of ducks. Real Issue. ordinary Chicago-Nominee's Management of Chicago Hotel Will in Marion Weatherholtj uenerai loniracTor t Postmaster W. A. Wallace, of Leitchfiold, is dead. Chicago, 111., Sept I9 Gov, Wood- row Wilson made hts lirst public appearance in Chicago since he whs nominated as the Democratic candl date for president today. He arrived Select your seed corn now boforo you cut your crop. here from St. Paul, and wa3 taken from his private car by automobile to Farmers are busy cutting tobucco and making sorghum molasses. the Democratic headquarters. About SOau'omoblles, filled with leaders of September is nearly gone now and if your subscription expires the party, from all parts of the country, were in the parade that formed this month, it should be renewed at once. to follow the presidential candidate. Wilson received all visitors who Chairman Henry Dell. Moorman is planning for a big came through the headquarters and rally at Hardinsburg some time next month. was kept busy shaking hands until 15 minutes before his train left for New President Taft has decided to put all fourth-clas- s postmasters in York. the civil service. This order will effect 3G,038 postmasters. Hall-Miller. The Democratic Campaign officials arc beginning to get busy in Miss Rosie IIhII and Mr. Frank Mil county. A word in time will make many a vote for Wilson. this ler were nmrried in Cnunelton at the court-hou- Saturday afternoon at 2:30 Tho Henderson Route is getting its track, eirected by the big o'clock. The uiHrriage ceremony whs s order. They have moved mountains of dirt and said by Rev. Dolen, pnstor of the Bap slide, in tiit church. They returned home timt rock to do it. evening. The bride is the daughter of Progressive farmers first plan to raise something to eat enough Mr. und Mrs. Aaron Ilnll. The groom is son of Mr. and Mrs. Jes3 Millet, to run them through the ) ear and then plan for tho money crop. It of the Holt is poor management to raise a big tobacco crop and buy meat and bread and potatoes. Telling A Horse's Age. GERMANY se first-clas- The hotel perhaps has no particular accommodations for live ducks; but in this there Is a fountain in the center of the approaches to tho various dining rooms. The fountain has a largo basin, and Just by way of novelty tho manager several months ago placed a few ducks In tho water. They paddled around and enjoyed it, and the guests enjoyed seeing them. Hut, better still, the ducks also enjoyed tho flics that attempted to enter tho dining rooms nnd feast upon the good things therein. The files in Chicago, at least fly low; and ducks, as any one who hns ever Been them knows, aro especially quick in catching insects. Tho consequence is, this particular hotel, once troubled with flies, now has practically none. And the ducks, onco lean to verge of scrawnlness, aro fat and sleek. The duck method of disposing "of the fly nuisance cannot, of course, obtain in private households to any degree; but In this particular hostelry the ducks have caused the wire fly swatter and traps to be thrown into tho ash heap. Perhaps next year tho enterprising manager will at'tach some sort of a meter to every duck, so that at tho end of the season ho can tell how many flies each busy fowl has disposed of with neatness and despatch. LAST-0F Phone 50 ' Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations Screen Doors, Windows andjWire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, S Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Const creting and Brick Laying. All Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order PRICES AND ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION H Saw Si EMPIRES? tooth, which, not extending through the whole substance, naturally wears Visit the Cloverport Graded and High School Friday morning. ""You uill be delighted to tec the- - spirit of enthusiasm tho scholars and out with the wear of the tooth, and as a considerable degree of regularity, oc teachers have. The many improvements of the school building show curs in the wearing away in all horses, what a splendid, School Board Cloverport has. it has been adopted as a general criterion of age. Kansas City Star. wide-awake The Lighthouse Service of the United States costs about 5,000, The aye of a horse may be judged Kaiser Wllhelm, With Prophetic Eye, Foresees tho Inevitable Coming of 000 a year. Most of it is spent for lighting tho coasts. The Light by the aopearance of the teeth beTriumphant Republics. house keepers along the Ohio river come in for their share of Uncle cause on the upper surface of the incisors a hollow is to be seen in the young Sam's millions used this way. "My son will he the last of the em- Yafh the 'jKagsS 5aiK 7fWMW' jvat?5iiHi!sKES?!- TVfe Reaf Ylarvesf-- rf" jr Many small town stores over tho state aro competing with tho city merchants by getting their new fall goods early and advertising Doing a Big Business. the m judiciously. The attraction of new materials, new hats and May Harry's distillery at Kkron is new shoes can not bo resisted. Wheie they are, the crowd will doing a big butiuess. That town is crowded every day with wagons haul- ing apples. Nearly all the apples in Kepublican of this county, and a man who has a that section are being sold to the disline on things political, Miys that "Wilson and Marshall will carry tillery. Kentucky by 75,000 plutality. That Koosevelt would not get exEntertains Society ceeding 500 votes in Breckenridge, and that tho Democrats would carry tho county by 300. This turcly sounds good coming from a Mrs. A. B. Skillman will entertain .Republican who never gives up until ho has to. the Missionary Society of the Baptist church Monday after the Second Sun Now that it gets dark so early several persons who like to carry day in October. lanterns already have them trimmed and burning. One attractive woman, who is (mite initiative and has not gotten to the lantern uo, Feeding Cattle. has a novel way of lighting her path. She always carries a few matches in her hand and never goes down a stop or crosses an uncerRobertson Bros, are placing a good tain place without first lighting a match to see that tho way is clear. many feeding cattle with farmers to feed on the shares. They want to put out a thousand head. Did you over have troublo trying to keep track of your glasses? That spectacles just will walk off and can't bo found when they aro The Lucky Thirteen n most needed is a fact in every houso-hold- . Ono Cloverr has got her heart's delight sho has four pair of port ,How to Get Rich. Mrs. Ira Behen will open the Girls spectacles, uno pair tor the telephone box, ono pair for tho sew- Club next Wednesday afternoon at her One of tho richest men of a certain Indiana county is known as well by ing machine, ono for reading and ono pair of byfocals. "I have four home nenr the "Kicking Post." his penurious habits as by his bank of glasses," sho said Monday delighted, "und they all sco pair account. A short time ago he Invited A prominent well-know- perors," Kalsor Wllhelm Is said to have told tho historian, Karl von Kroon, recently. "AH tho world will Gerho republican within 50 years. many will bo the last of tho empires. It Is inevitable." The falser is credited with being a politician as well as an able upholder of his prerogative as a sovereign. Ho sees the drift of tho times as other crowned heads see it. Monarchy is passing, even in England. It has passed in Franco nnd Portugal; it has become merely nominal In other European countries. Evtsi China has become a republic. Oermany Is conservative on tho subject, no doubt because It has had excellent rulers. From an American point of view it seems likely that tho last nation to change, as tho kaiser prophesies to bo even later than Russia. Monarchism, like feudalism, has bad a proper placo in the evolution of civilization, but, like feudalism, It must go. There have been a few real kings and queens whose work for tho world has been great, and tho ideal of king ship, as Carlyle paints it. Inspires high sentiments and noble deeds. But this Is an ago in which kings and queens have little to do and in which education is so widely diffused as to make tho real leaders recognizable as tho need of them arises. The world progresses politically as it progresses materially, Intellectually and morally. far-sight- HARVEST KraMMWMBWfffBIHfflME TIWC Tho real harvest that any man expects is tho financial harvest. After you have worked haid for your money, what are you oinr to do with it? Is it jroinjr to ho frittered away in silly extnvufiutices? Not if you uro WISE. Your o,wn labor is your best asset. Do not waste the result of it on foolish things, but put as much us possible of it into tho bank for that DECEMBEK of jour life that IS HOUND TO COMIC. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments I $600,000 00" jkj lib BANK Oh IIAKUINMJUKG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsburg Ky. i house-keepe- PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE BIRTHDAY GIFT " Critically III. Paul Compton, cashier of tho Bank of Hardinsburg und Trust The many friends of D., C. Heron Company, cays tho hutiness of his bank is biggor and bettor than will be sorry to hear of his critical Illovor in its history. Our loans in Brcckonridgo county to farmers, ness at his home near Irvlngton. stock men und business men of all classes amount to ovor $345,000, A Tangle. Hnd yet wo can't supply tho doniund. Wo could loan $50,000 in a A case of singular corruption on week, ho said, if wo had it. This shows that business is good and ac- - tho part of an attorney caused Miss FARM FOR SALE y 1(7 Acres Under Cultivation. Good Stock Barn Good hill land; orchard; fino tobacco land; well watered for under cultivation; 1 mile from river; 2J miles to y house, 6 rooms. 45x15 tobacco barn. 40 to 50 bushels of corn or 1200 to 1400 pounds of dark tobacco or 1,000 pounds of liurley can bo wised to an acre. f stock; station; good ono-hultwo-stor- For further information address WATLINGT0N BROS., : Stepiensport, Ky. Jane Addams, tho Chicago welfare worker, to say at Hull House: "This case reminds me of a man who was being- tried for the tbeft of a ham. The opposing lawyers shuffled so, they confused the witnesses so, tbey so atralned their own statementsla a word, tbey got the case into such a formidable tangle of falsehood and mendacity that at last the prisoner, la a tremulous voice, apdke up and said.: House Improvement "'Judge, 1( you'll make them lawyers set down and shut up for a minChas. Haniman is adding another ute, I'm wtlltn' to whirl Is and tell story to his residence on Poplar street the truth.' and when completed It will be a con venlent home as well as a home - an old friend to dlno with him. Accepting the invitation, the friend was piloted to one of the cheapest "hotels" in the placo and two dinners wero ordered at 25 cents each. A second cup of coffeo was ordered by the guest and when he finished it the pair, after tho bill of G5 cents was paid, meandered out on the street. Noticing his host's downcast expression and silence, he asked what bad come over biro. "Nothing," said the hoBt. "But something must bo wrong," said his friend. "Well," said Croesus, "I can't understand how my bill was 55 cents." "Ob," said tho guest, "I had a second cup of coffee but I'll pay for it." He at once took a nickel out of his pocket aud CroeBUB accepted It In dlanapolls News. Cabinet and Other Sizes, Stylish and Artistic Mountings First-claFinishing and Enlarging. A Complete Stock of Photo Supplies Special Attention Given to Mall Orders ss . Mall ALL orders to BRABANDT'S STUDIO Cloverport, Ky. Mr.lHerndon Better ''Dear John: In last weeks News notice was given of my being, para llzed. I only had a slight stroke and am now up and attending to business. Please tell my friends. Your old friend Enid, Okla. Ii, W. Herndoa. Sept. H, 1912, i Distillery Apples Rete Mncey, Stephensport, is delivafri lug ills crop of apples to the distillery a uuui:on. ue win nave 1,500 barrels fe . iv KcVa ?u cenis per uarrej. has no shipping stock. Bert CuhmI ham has bold all his crop, 1,500 barreHJ' tome uisuuery at 50 cents. None i ms crop ftt to ship. Subscribe "Che Breckenridge News 95, 1912 WEDNESDAY, SEPT THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE " DR. W. A. WALKER. 3 DENTIST 3 0FPICE OVOR WALKER'S BAKERY :: I Wa.rts. IHB urftnraif D raWJtaaiHMRmn il t HT n r " HARDINSBURG, KY r i ' NEW YORK AND CHICAGO iRAjrupt; in ai pnmriPAi pitifs 1 GENERAL OFFICES Newest and best methods in dentistry Miss Mary Beard, of Hardinsburg, 'tertaining was the guest of Miss Jane Llghtfoot Morgan btreet, Lost Coat, Pipes and Tobacco I OST Near tlio brlrijrnon tho public road - leaning by OalMb' farm, ono coat. In tlio iock(Hof which was two plpca nnd to- iu rnwiira 10 anyone returti-- ) uiiccd pmicn K coat and content to rue It. T. Kxslmw, Cloverport, Ky. New Fall Dress Goods Newest Weaves and Shades Whipcords, Serge, Manish Suitings, Danish and Poplin Cloths, Gingham, Percale. Lots of New things. Buttons made to order to match garments. CHosiery just the kind you want. Tr fli4TEi ?. F0R POLITICAL ANNOUNCCMENTS Sunday. Miss Nell Moorman, of Glen Dean, leaves tomorrow for the University of Chicago. Mrs. Arthur Ater, of .Stcphen&port, is visiting Mr. ar.d Mrs. James Bandy in Lodlburg. Mr. and Mrs Harvey Stone have returned home from Bloomfiehl and For Precinct and city Offices f 2 GO $ 6.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .. f 15 00 10 For Calls, per Hue. 10 For Cards, per Hue in the inter For All Publications est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line News office. Miss Elolse Nolte goes to Louisville every Wednesday to take music from Carl Schmidt. Mrs. Jarrett, of Stephensport, has Otto Taguc went to Hartford Satur- been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Vir day. glnia Williams. Ulls Illair had a fine horse to die reMrs. William Bowmer and little daucently. ghter, of Louisville, were guests of Mrs. Miss Ruby Hawkins has returned to W. H. Bowmer. f Anchorage. Order engraved cards to make your a tumn calls Price $1 to $4 at the LOCAL BREVITIES Edison Gibson, of Rockhaver, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Chisin, Edison Gibson. phoid fever. Gross was in HardinsMrs. Sallie Mrs. T. F. Sawyer went to Hawesburg Friday. ville Monday to visit her parents, Mr. Miss Alma Perkins spent Saturday and Mrs. Lamar. in Hawesville. Miss Hazel Holder has been the Lee Williams, of Louisville, is visit- guest of Mrs. Wilbur Gregory in Louisor Louisville. Lodiburg, has ty- ing Frank Noble. ville two weeks. Rev. Elgin was in Irvington Friday, enraute to Hartford. Jeff Owen, Glen Dean, is receiving his Fall Stock of goods. Mrs. Helen Adams is visiting Mrs. Heston in Hardinsburg. Mrs. Wickliffe Moorman,, who has been ill is convalescent. Quiggins & Beavin will start their 'delivery wagon Monday. Mrs. Brown, the aged grandmother of Bob Duke, is very 111. TomBrickey, of Mattingly, had a fine horse to die last week. Miss Pearl Hall is spending the week with relatives in Henderson. Noley Ashley is building an addition to his residence in Glen Dean. Robert Moorman. Glen Dean, is at -- I&cXa ; -- U T :l. Ciiw.- fKie uroolf Mr. Herndon, of Irvington, attended the Sunday School Convention. Mrs. Ed. Gregory and Mrs. David Mattingly spent Monday in Louisville Mrs. George Short, of Durant, Okla., is visiting in the western mountains. Mibses Pearl Hall and Etta Walls visited relative's in Hawesville Sunday. Miss Florie Hardin, of Holt, was the gueit of Mus Jennie Wurfield Thursday. Mrs. John Knight is seriously ill at her home in the McGavo'ck neighborhood. H. G. Carter spent Sunday in Hen- - si dersou visiting his sister, Miss Mary P. M. Tucker, of Racine, this county, is ;n Louisville this week buying fall goods. Mrs. A. O. Marshall, of Irvington, returned Thursday after a visit to Mrs. Wave'Roff. Mrs. Fred Fraize has beep the guest at the home of Mrs. R. N.- - Hudson in Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Curtis, If Glen 1 ian, have gone to Washington, D. C, H. Gibson. Mrs. J. C. Mattingly, Glen Dean, K?,tqri a visit. and Mrs. Robert Crlder, Irvington, spent Sunday with the Hon. W. S. Dean, Dundee. When Mrs. Crosson, of Lexington,' has been the guest of her nelce, Mrs. Harry Hamman and it has been a pleasure to her friends to see her again. Mrs. Richard Carman and Miss Beu-laPayne, of Bewleyville, attended the that you cun bo robbed as well Sunday School Convention and were as your property burnt up. guests of Mrs. Frank Payne Protect yourself und your busiMrs. R. O. Willis left yesterday for ness with one of our policies. Leltchfield to visit relatives. She was Wo write a'll form of Burglar accompanied as far as Louisville by her daughter, Miss Rebecca Willis. Insurance. Mrs. Frymire and her visitor, Mrs. Prince Davis, of Durant, Okla., arrived Fire, Monday morning from Sample and were the guests of Mrs, Sam Conrad. Bonds Miss Ada Jolly, one of the county's bright and attractive young girls, has returned to Hardinsburg after a visit to Mrs Payne and Miss Myrtle With- The Stork has recently visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bohler and left a line boy. engineer Gwin Bush, the of the L., H. &St. L., was taken ill in this city Monday. Mrs. Silas Miller and son, Robert, and Miss Myrtle Withers are in Hardinsburg this .week. Preston Ford left Thursday for Glen Dean for a short visit to his sister, Mrs. Ernest L. Kobertson. Mrs. Chas. Harnbleton and sweet little daughter, Lucile, have returned home from Cannelton, Ind. Otto Tague, of Lima, Ohio, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs James Tague last week. Col. Bert Cunningham, Chenault, is sutl'ering with a bad case of dew pjison. Feet and ankles badly swoolen. Mrs. James Cordrcy is opening her new stock of fall millinery and has a most suitable line for her trade. A. H. Murray, who had a position at the Miller Brick Plant, is with the Murray Roof and Tile Company. Rough gray hats of soft material with a narrow white band for men are the highest expression of style this fall. ' Miss Lucy Adams, of Louisville, has been the guest of her Mrs. Nancy Ferry, and Mrs. Fred Ferry. Wave Hawkins, who has been working on the Chas. Adklsson farm the past summer, has moved back to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morrison and Edward Morrison, leave Louisville this week for Catawissa, Penn , for a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mace Hawkins and family, of Mattingly, visited her moth-eMrs. Rilla Pate, near Tar Springs, last Sunday. Rev. Mr. H. L. Jones, of Stephens-port- , attended the Sunday School Convention and was the guest of Mrs. W. well-know- n at o'clock. Kuchre will be plnyed and 75 Wanted While Girl rguests have been invited. Versailles WANTHD-- A whltoRlrlwho can do Ren cml housework: room t furnished; kio (Sun. I n .t nu lit. rnfu.niiitiia AH.1atn.ia Ky. Brahandt, photographer, will be at his studio in Mardinsburg Wednesday For Sale Thursday and Friday of this week. COIl SALEA 15 hone power stationery Gas Knitlno; Watklns mike. In Koort The Kev. Mr. Frank Lewis left yes Itrt'CkrnrldRc New. Ciovoriort. Ky. terday morning for Morganfleld He was detained going to the conference For Sale on account of recoiving a telegram pOKSAI.K DcedM, MortRums and nil kinds of blanks. BrcrkcnrldRt) News, from Athens, Ga., announcing tho Cloverport. Ky. lllnuss of his mother. critical Mrs. David Phelps nnd daughter and son. Kathrine and Bl'lv. left Monday ' .. . ibimitit.1 , e.tumt t nmMlli ..tl.l. l.u. ij occult n uiMijiii will! lici ..Permanent.. parents, Dr. Crenshaw and Mrs. Crenshaw. Mrs. Phelps will visit in Louis vllle and Lexington during her stay. Mr. and Mrs Thos. M. Robards and Kentucky children have moved from the hill in Cloverport, Second street between Center and Oak Mr. Robards represents nn insurance company and his family are being most pleasantly received in Cloverport. '"The Lady of Tho Decoration ' is to be continued and the sequel will be published this fall. What happened to the heroine after her marriage and how she befriended a Japanese girl will be the story told by Francis Little (Mrs. Macauley.) Mrs. Sallie Moorman left Friday for Glen Dean to visit Miss Emmy Lou Moorman and Miss Louise Moorman. That afternoon she was the guest of You can bo nmkinjr a honor at a delightful and informal great friend every duy affair at the home of Mrs Ernest L. a friend that will see Robertson. A number of guests were you thro every trouble present and delicious refreshments by building yourself served. a bank account in tho Farmers Bank, HardGASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE. insburg, Ky. And it is I For Rent Parm xl pAKM 4i mllesaboveStrphenitport. dwelling and outhullulns. Artdrem at the former's home, on Mm. W Lowry Pmltli, 118 W.uii St., Uwcni Ky. 2:TJ0 boni, this afternoon ll. I i ir. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR Dentist You Can Make One Friend That Will Not Turn! J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. Popular Price Excursion $1.25 tIA! LOUISVILLE and Return L. H. & St. L. R'y good Fairbanks-Hors- e engine which has just been thoroughly overhauled condition. Inand Is in first-clasquire of JAMES TAOUE, Clover-porKy. Will sell cheap s t, curity, but the conserva- not only the money you have in this bank that will be an help, or tho absolute seover-present SUNDAY, SEPT. 29, '12 Another chance to visit the Metropolis at popular excursion prices. Special Train Leaves Cloverport 7:09 A. M. Returning, Leaves Louisville 8:30 P. M. For Further Information P" Will Probated. In The will of Chas. May whs probated He the County Court Inst Monday tive aid and counsel in financial nutters that our bank uhvays extends to its depositors. Bank hero by mail as easily and safely as in person. wills and bequeaths all his property both real and personal to his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth May, the same to bo owned and used and controlled by her The Farmers Bank, during her natural life, at her death the remainder to be equally divided Hardinsburg, Ky. between his children. Mrs. May is made cxecutrx without bond. 15. F. Nolte and Chas. Fallon were the witness' s. Mr. May carried JOHN B. JOHNSON HAS $7,000 life insurance. " Ask The Agent. " grand-mothe- r, Notice To Tax Payers REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE r, at Don't Forget INSURING h Yfiur city and school taxes are now John H. Johnson, of Louisville, ardue. My office is in the Hank of Clover- - rived Saturday night to visit his parents, port. Please call and settle. I.. Johnson, on the Mr. and Mrs. , L. V. Chapin, Tax Collector pike. lie said when he was in the government service for Uncle Sam that Getting Ready Fop he had a most remarkable experience one day aboard the IT. S. transport Methodist Conference. in Hearing Sea, enroute to the United States from Nome city. Going Next Wednesday the annual confer down the hatchway he saw a paper on ence of the Methodist church will be the lloor and his eye caught the letters held in this city and will continue for "Hreck." He picked it up and it was five days. It is the intention of Rev. The Breckenridge News. He was comE. F. Goodson, pastor of the local pletely mystified, for how it came there Methodist church that this conference was a mystery. No one was on the ship will surpass all that have been prevloi s from home except his brother nnd him. At first it was It had been many days since they had ly held by this church thought that it would be difficult to find seen n Breckenridge News. That hap board for the many visitors who would pened in 1906 and Mr. Johnson relates be here, but the women of Morganfied the occurence with much interest. soon volunteered and now arrangements have been completed whereby the more Type-Writ- er Man Here. than three hundred guests will be entertained at the private homes of Rev. E. F. Goodson, it is Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Leinloy left this thought will be retained in Morganfield port yesterday for Leavenworth, Ind. as he has been here only three years, While here he did most satisfactory which according to the law of the work in his line of business that of rers church will permit him staying here pairing Mr. Lemley has Corresanother year. Morganfield a $2,000 stock of parts bebnglng to the pondent In Unlontown Telegram machine, with these and his fifteen Hu-fo- rd Mor-ganfiel- d. typo-write- r Insurance! ff;t1fflliffTfflWi4 MMMtHMMmnfttlMW TVfATiujliwW.1 tf Look Here! When You Want Life Insurance, Sick and Ac- cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. years experience Ever Since He Learned he Is able to make the old one over for several years more service. A. B C's Has Read The News. In the Grocery Business. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find check for $1 for renewal to the News. T. H. Chism succeeds Frank Roberta Having been a reader of your paper In the grocery business at the corner since I first learned to read, I could near the depot. not well get along without it. Yours Respectfully, Will Of Isaac Norton. A. II. Payne. Irvington, R. 1 Box 13. The will of Isaac Norton was proFine Quartette. bated. He bequeaths to his wife, Bet- Messrs. Gosney and Noble and the tie Norton, the homestead, 12.5 ncres, during her life. All of his remaining Davis brothers are getting many Cloverport from those who estate goes to his wife 1 6; his daugh Mrs. have heard them sing. Every day at ters, Mrs. Willie W. Allen noon they sing at the button factory Allle M. Amies 1.6; Mrs., Caroline where they have work. It is a treat to Triplett He appointed his wife and Clint U. hear them. The public may soon have an opportunity as the Epworth League Norton executors of his estate without Is arranging to have them sing at a bond. H. K, Royalty and Aljen R. Klncheloe witnessed the will. service soon. with type writers, Lowest Rates of any Company in America. illMNMWbijrWM COX FARM FOR SALE 325 acres, good strong liu'catoue laud, ou southwest border of Meade Co. Kentucky and midway between Irvington and Gustou and within 'J0 yarda of railroad; 22s Hcres cleared and lu eoodstute of cultivation; 100 acres of timber, principally white nud red oak; large frame bouse Jn good repair autl all iieceseary outbuilding including tenant and ice house. Large barn for stock und tobacco; orcha d aud plenty of small fruit; abundant supply of stock water; convenient to tcbool and all kind of cburcbet; good rock ciunrry on farm If developed. Advanced age and failing health prompts this offer: cash and time ou the remainder, or would the whole at $25.00 per iicre, divide and sell lu in 2 separate tracts if parties ajjree, etc., quick possession , given; title perfect. Address Tornado, Plate The L. C. TAUL, Insurance Man, :- -: Cloverport, Ky. Glass, Fidelity Deeds, Mortgages and other Legal Papers written and all forms of acknowledgements taken. ers. FMariiR Wiithsrholt CJtmptrt, Ky. Wanted Copies of The Breckenridge News of September 11, If you can find this number among your old papers, we would appreciate your letting us have it Editor. W. 1). Phelps returned last week from an extended businew stay north. Mr. Phelps says that the button factory is doing well and it gives him an office of his own to loaf in when he isn't busy. Mrs. Raid and Mrs. Moorman are en- - JOHN COX or DR. P. W. F00TE, Irvington, Ky. BOYS' HANDICRAFT By A NEELYHALL PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. COOKING THE LORDLY TURKEY. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Tho lord of the winter party or anniversary feast Is, ol wedding course, tho lurlcoy and know ye, good housewives, one and all, that he can be cooked to a delicious turn by l M. 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Sk'1IIiir, . . English. . . . Grammar. ...Commercial Geography. ...Hearting. ...Bunking, Commerce. . . . I'liiictiintlon. . . .Use of Adding other ofllro devices. ,. Mnrliliio ntul Name Address I' 1 1 A-5IR- FlG.i- - lilllll ?i A'DJP.D-AR- Cottage- FJG.5- - Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Menu Grapo Fruit aux Ilhum, or with Raw Oysters Salted Nuts ToaBted Cheeso Crackers' Boast Turkey Time Sweet Potatoes In Syrup SpanlBh Onions Pre. Owensboro', Ky. i! For the Farmers' Innings. CHURCH DIRECTORY t i. TWO EASILY MADE BIRD HOUSES. 1 birds to build their nests near our liomes If wo but provide suitable shelters. These must be so situated that the birds will not only have ample protection from cats and other bird enemies, but have tho feeing of security, and of course the houses must be firmly fns'ened so they will weather the severest of storms. If you have a back yard the problem of finding secluded loc. Ions Is an easy one, and a garden near by that will furnish seeds and Insects, and a fresh supply of water for drink and bath are additional Inducements which will mako your chances of securing bird tenants almost certain. A common box, properly arranged, Is just as much of an attraction to birds a3 a house on which a large amount of time has been spent in working out ornamental roofs, steeples and doorways, but of course for the sake of appearances, a house should be of a neat design and be carefully built. Tho bird ark shown In Fig. 1 is .jpne of the simplest houses a boy can make. A starch box, or a box of about tho same proportions, should bo used for this. Partition off the Inside of tho box Into two compartments, as Shown in Fig. 2, and boro a hole through each end, near one corner, for doorways. Then nail the cover boards to tho box. You will notice that tho box is mounted cornerwise upon its support; this is dono so the adjacent sides of the box will form a pitched roof that will shed water readily. The eaves of the roof are formed by nailing strips of the length of the roof boards to their edges, and for the projections over the ends four strips should be cut similar to that shown in Fig. 3, and nailed to the end edges of tho roof boards. If you support tho house upon the GREAT CROWDS AT BLACKPOOL It Is a slmplo matter to Induce the top of a post, prepare two blocks with "bird's mouth" cuts In them (Fig. 4), and nail theso to tho sides of tho post. Then fasten the Drive a short peg box to the blocks. into a hole bored below each end doorway, for a perch stick. To prevent cats and squirrels from reaching tho ark, a wide, projecting collar of tin or sheet iron should be fastened around the post one foot or so below the top. Tho bird cottage shown in Fig. 5 contains three compartments. The lower portion may be made out of a box of about the size used for the ark, but better results will be obtained by building tho entire house. Box boards will be good enough material. Divide the lower story of the cottage through tho center, as In Fig. G. and fasten the second story floor to the top of the partiCut the roof tion and side walls. boards of tho proper lengths and widths to form projections at the eaves and over the front, and after nailing them to tho side walls of the house, cut tho gable-enboards to It between the roof boards and fasten them In right-angle- d place. Cut tho doorways in the positions indicated In Fig. C, and fasten a perch beneath each. Instead of pegs, window-sash "lifts," drawer "pulls," screw-eyeand many other small pieces of hardwaro may bo used for perches. The bracket support for this house is easy to make, as you will see by Figs. 5 and 7, and on account of tho wide projection of the top and back members, over the triangular piece, it can he screwed or nailed to both the under side of tho house and to tho wall, thus providing a very strong means of fastening. Do not paint the inside of your bird Iioubcs, but give the outside a couple of coats of green paint of about the shade generally used for flower boxes. s, (Copyright, 1912. by A. Necly Ilall.l free-doiriro- ra nicipal administrations and our graft In civic affairs. "If you come, however, to someMultitude That Flocked to English thing like the crowd on the promSeaside Resort Impressed W. D. enade at Blackpool, you have severnl Howells, Veteran Traveler as other English crowds to compare It Acknowledged. He Was i with. You havo the crowds at Folke to stone, at Margate, at Brighton, which, "Whenever we said wo were going Blackpool," "writes W. D. Howels in although they are vastly smaller, are tho Atlantic, "It seemed to fill our Eng- so much larger than any American lish friends with surprise and plea- seaside crowds that there Is no talking sure They asked why wo were going in tho same breath except of Atlantic to Blackpool, and when wo tried to City alone' at Easter time. "If you are there then, at that point say they laughed tho more. "Wo were, In fact, so high In tho where tho myriads of the Board Walk Boclal scale through our friendships thicken for a conscious moment under hnt wo might never have heard of the eye of tho camera scanning It for Blackpool If It had not been for one a postnl card photograph, you can of tho most liberal of our acquaint- havo some notion of the crowd forever ances who bad noted some years be- writhing, forever worming, squirming fore our interest in tho popular crowd up and down at Blackpool. "Dreadful enough to look at, tho ut Llandudno, and told us wo cought mammoth mass became terrible when to see Blackpool. "He tried to enlighten our donso you fused yourself In its bulk. It superiority by explaining that Black- seemed tho same In bulk by night and pool was tho seaside resort beyond by day; It must have slept some time, Liverpool of tho whole cotton spin- perhaps not In bulk but In detail, each ning and Iron casting country, and atom that sank away to slumber reby that masters and men alike thronged placed of ifanother ntom fresh for the It slept In bulk it was In It In tho season, and masters lavished vigil; their gains and tho men their earnings some somnnmbulent sort, with the senso of a bad dream, & writhing and In one mad month or "wild week of twisting nightmare. gayety. "It was always awful to look upon, "Before this In writing of English things I have had occasron to Intimate hut awfullest at high noon, when it that many of thom afforded exercise had swollen to Its hugest and was for that modeHty which is always real-l- imaginably famishing for lunch with the heart of American brag. Wheth- tho hunger of some consuming Insect er tho scalo In England is so Bmall horde. Possibly I am exaggerating In generally that any variation from it the Impression I am trying to give of acorns prodigious or whether the tho Blackpool crowd. Doubtless any things aro really great, I am not ready happy couple, near wed or newly wed, to Bay, but In that little Island thero of those that abounded In the mass aro certainly things that ImprcsB one could prove mo grotesquely mistaken, If not wilfully false. They could say as great. "London, for example, unquestion- that they had tho time of their Uvea ably outdoes any city of ours. New that day at Blackpool and could ask York Is a large town, but Now York, nothing better than to repeat their xcept for her high grade of intelli- transport." gence, could e&ally be lost In London. Date of Start of Bad Habit Tha only thing- In which we excel EngThe snuff habit started Ib England land beyond parallel and peradventure la the spectacular purity of our mu In 1702. y - Cranberry Sauce Celery Sweet Pickles Radishes Olives Creamed Salsify Smothered Chicken (Alternative to Chicken Pie) MInco Pie Pumpkin Pie Apple Pie Apples Peara Hickory Nuts Grapes Black Walnuts Water Wafers Black Coffee Pimento Chce3o Beverages Tea Mineral Water Cider Cup Lemonade Grape fruit, with rum, is, to my mind, the ideal appetizer, but if oysters are insisted upon, put three small raw ones iu tho middle of the prepared fruit and season with salt, pepper, "Worcester sauce and tobasco. Keep the oysters very cold, and add them to the fruit very shortly before serving, thus the two flavors remain distinct to accent rather than to muddle each other. Salted Nuts. I made two and pecans and hereafter shnll never buy 'them ready prepared. The almonds were blanched and dried, the pecans, bought ready ceived little consideration at the hands hulled, picked over, scalded by pouring boiling water through them In a of the Republicans. There seems to be colander, and instantly dried. Then a general desire for a house cleaning, and it will come in November, if every both were put in bags, set in a very hot oven for half Democrat does his duty as we are sure a minute, then the heat was reduced they will do when they have such an and tho nuts left to txcellent chance to get possession of brown for ten minutes. They came the Government, which the Republiout crisp and beautiful, needing only cans, have so long mismanaged. a sprinkling of salt. The Toasted Crackers I prepared Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, labwere tiny oyster crackers, as fresh as possible. They were put In buttered orers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic bag, lightly sprinkled after they were Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, bruises. in, with melted butter skimmed clean Should be kept in every home. 25c and of froth, then given a tablespoonful 50c. of grated Parmesan, which was shaken well through them before sealing Live A Little. the bag. Sealed, it went into a very hot oven, which after two minutes had the heat turned as low as pos- Give a little, live a little, try a little sible. Eight minutes of it made them mirth; not quite brown enough a Sing a little, bring a little happiness in the bag top assured me of that to earth; so I left them in three minutes longer. together, but in Smile a little, while a little idleness A few of them stuck away; tho main, they looked as good as they Care a little, sharo" a little of your tasted. The' Turkey. Choose him as young, holiday. 'SStodu ns tender, as fresh as you can. But Play a little, pray a little, be a little if by ill chance you must take an old glad; bird, therefore a toughl one, then, paper bag Rest a little, jest a little if a heart is Indeed, you will find in Z"""Z sad; m cookery, surcease from the sorrow of toughness. A tough bird will re- Spend a little, send a little to anquire a lot of grease In the bag with other's door It, also long and slow cooking. But Give a little, live a little,' lovjfa little tho end will crown tho moans he more! will come forth tender and delicious, II Douglas Malloch. Farmers not too brown, also well browned, but Home Journal. and simply bursting with juice. Ex tra care must he taken In trussing him tie down legs nnd wings beyond Tough Often The Kidneys Are any possibility of springing. fowls have a way of stretching out their joints under tho Influence ol Weakened by heat, that, without this precaution, may mako tho legs and wings dan- Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. gerous to tho integrity of the bag. Weak and unhealthy kidneys are reGet tho bird in hand early the sponsible for much sickness andsuffering, mnlght before If possible. If he comes inereiorc, u Kiuuey "drawn, so much tho better; If In trouble is permitted to continue, serious rea state of nature, pick, draw and singe sults are most likely at once, taking pains to get off all to follow. Your other pinfeathers, nnd cutting out the organs may need atupon tho "parson's nose" othertention, but your kidwise known as the root of tho tall neys most, because feathers. Wash the bird thoroughly they do most and In very cold water. If there Is the should have attention first. Therefore, when least sour smell, scald out by pouring through boiling soda water, followed your kidneys are weak or out of order, by a cold rinse water. Drain well, you can understand how quickly your enwlpo dry, lnsldo and out, salt very tire body is affected nnd how every organ fail to do lightly, und hang up In a cold place seems to are sick orits duty.badly," begin "feel If you until morning outside, unless the taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. 1b freezing, or Kilmer's Swamp-Roobelow temperaturo A trial will conthero Is danger of thieves, four of vince you of its great merit. A city housewlfo will The mild and immediate effect of the great kidney and do well to cover the turkey while Swamp-Roo- t, It thUB hanging out with either a loose- bladder remedy, is soon realized. ly flttlng grocer's paper hag or a stands the highest because its remarkable restoring properties have been square crash or cheeso cloth. This health iu thousands of Uie most distressaway soot and dust, which, proven keeps ing cases. If you need a medicine you once settled on the Bkln, defy wash- should have the best. ing off. Get the stuffing ready before Sold by druggists in and taking In the bird. Dash cold water siaes. You may EeiBeefWl ml over und through It before putting In bottle the stuffing, wipe InBlde and out with have a sample also a by mail a soft, damp cloth, then resalt hut namnmei free, leuinir you na, aiBUmKm. very lightly outside and In. how to find out if you have kidney or Since the turkey la apt to require bladder trouble. Mention this paper tho whole oven and long, alow cook when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ing:, better put him on early, and take Uinghamton, N. Y, Don't make any mis, him up before beginning the other take, but remember the name, Swamp-Rootand don't let a dealer sell you things. something in place of Swamp-Roif (,CopyrIshtt 1911, by the AbbocUUo you do you will be disappointed. Baked Fears bags-alm- onds thickly-buttered three-quarter- One of the most effective speeches that has been delivered by Governor Wilson during the campaign was that at the farmers' picnic at Washington Park, New Jersey. It was especially prepared for the farmers, who the Governor showed never occupied the center of the stage in politics, and were little considered in legislation. Tho farmers have demanded no protection, but everything they buy is protected by a heavy tariff which in most cases goes into the pockets of the trusts instead of helping to pay the expenses of the Government. When tariff bills are considered it is the interests that ask to be heard. Who ever thought of the farmers asking to be heard? "It is time," said Governor Wilson, "for you to break into your own house and live there. I want you to examine very critically the tenants who have been occupying it. It is a very big house and very few people have been living in it." Thjs good 'advice to the farmers is applicable to all classes that have re- What Church and Church Members are Doing Gloverport Churches Bapti.it Church ItiiDtlst Sunday School. Pi.TO a. m. O. E. Llghtfoot, Superintendent. Prayer Meeting p. m. Ilaptlst Aid Society Wednesday Society meets Monday ntter Second 'Sunday, every month. Mrs. A. II. Hklllman, President I'r aching every HunddV at 11:00 a. m.. nnd 7:30 i. m. Hov. E. O. Cottroll. I'nstor. flethodist Church Methodist Sundny School, D:30n, m. Irn I). Preaching every Delicti, Superintendent. Sunday at 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. in. Frank Lewis Pastor. Prnyer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Epworth Lcmguo, regular servlceSunday tl;45 p, m: business meeting Orst Tuesday night ench month. Miss Margarlte Hum, President. Ladles' Aid Society moots first Monday each month Mrs. Forrest Llghtfoot, President. Ladles' Missionary Society inlets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs. Virgil Bahtiagc, President. Choir practice Friday night 7 :20, A, H. Murray. Director. Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School "BM.I a m. Conrad Slppel, Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sunday, llev. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetlig Tuesday, 7:30p. m. Ladles' Aid Society moots Wednesday after Third Sunday every month. Mrs Chas. Sattcrlleld. President. Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon, nnd Benediction, !l:00 a. m., other three Sundays at 10 15 a. m On week days Mass at 7:(0 a. m. Catochotlenl Instruction for thechild-ru- n on Saturdajs atHMOa. in., und on Sundays at H :30 a. m. und 2:30 p. in. Death Of Mr. And Mrs. Vester Brumfield's Mrs. Riley Son--Funer- al Of -- Blair Personal And Social Notes. Mrs. h. C. Varble and children are visiting her mother, Mrs. Simmon, of Vanzant. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dowel), Grafton Cashman, Ben Lay and daughter, of Stephensport, spent Saturday here fishing. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Varble spent Friday at Mystic the guests of Mr. and Mrs. If. Dowell Mrs. Sam McCoy and children left Friday for their new home at Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Vester Brumfield have our deepest sympathy in the loss of their son, Hewett. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. Shepherd, of Hardinsburg, the interment being in the Sample cemetery. Those who attended the funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Will Lewis, of Ekron; Mr. and Mrs. Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Saunders, of Ekron; Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jolly and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jolly, of Guston. Master Shafter Dowell is expected home Saturday from Louisville where .he is attending school. Death has again claimed its victim. Mrs. Riley Blair died August 28th at ner father's home. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horsley. The funeral was conducted by Sister Dugans, of Kingswood, the interment She was in the Sample cemetery. leaves a husband, two little boys, two sisters, four brothers, father and mother to mourn their loss. Mrs. Blair was loved by all who knew her for her kind and gentle ways. el-mClo-verpo- rt: peep-hol- e Over-Wo- rk. Almost every church in tho world is trying in someway to improve its condition, to equip its facilities better for its great work, to improve tho social life of its members, to uso business methods in its finances. 1 About half tho churches fail in tho last effort which is tho matter of finances. Why? Becuuso each individual does not uso God's plan for conducting tho affairs of the church. TIf each member would give of his income, then tho church could bo run on a perfect financial basis. And tho burden of paying the pastor and meeting the church expenses would not fall on just u fow. At the close of every vear the members who havo paid their church dues v and a&sessments havo to be--v callcd on to pay what tho different members havo not. YToday, tho church as an institution shows tho marks of improvement more than tho average church member in financial methods. It has adopted u system that is as good as any used by a commercial company. ITho church has a treasurer and assistants who look after all collections. Statements are mailed each month to every member and those who do not reply to theso nro visited by a collector who is paid a per cent on every dollar ho collects. fAt tho close of tho year a primed report showing wluit each member has paid and all the cash receipts and disbursements, is published by the uveasu rer. This is a great sausraction to ovory menroer-si- i and he can easily bo acquaint-fed with tho church finances. Printed reports show that marvelous results come from tho method of tithing and its success is as great today as it was thousands of years baok in tho day of Abram. one-tent- h f j oil-ba- g IPrinted Statements, Lotter Heads, Envelopes, Reports of Finances, Minutes, Programs, Post Cards, Souvenirs Cradle Rolls, and Church Advertising given special attention by The BreckenridEi News Cloierport, Xy. t. two-foote- Notice Tbut resolutions of respect aro published at Slconts per linn. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. Go to J1 Soft Hats For Men The Thing ForJFil Soft hats head the procession in fail hat styles, and Saks styles heod procession in sou nats. Get a soft hat For dally wear It the most comfortable hat in the world, and it is so popular mat it is sanctu ed for evening wear with fifty-ce- nt one-doll- ar a tl ot the din coat. It is a compromise between the t Mrs. Fred Thurman left Saturday hat and the' Derby, soft, warm.flexli night for Laport, Texas, where Mr. in shape and fit, debonair in appejubl Thurman has had a position for a ance, never eui w snap, aim brimming pitfcifVi. month. Texas to Live. IS BRADLEY In The Course hc(not Hradley,but the man W a statesman, whose ability has been overlook ed, is in the Roosevelt bandwagon. It was then that the Senator made a ROOSEVELT very remarkable statement, charging thai every man possessed with wild and nuarchistic ideas Is a supporter of Of His Speech At Roosevelt. ON Ten Pretty Girls Run After One Man Buy In the Days When Women Vote Land and Make Money I I I i Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind , writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the ATTACKS PROGRESSIVES TOO best for coughs, colds and croup, and is my best seller." For sale by al) dealers. "Penrose is denounced because ho is charged to ba a boss, while Flynn, who A CROWD TO HIM has been in the same businoss but lost SEEMED Wo have a number of inquiries for small fiunid from 50 to 100 heretofore, is embraced as an angal out Inebriated Oentleman Evidently Was acres, improved. If you have a small farm well improved, good level af purity. Barnes is denounced as a Not Viewing Things with an E.ve land, list it with us and we will do tho rest. boss while Perkins is held up for That Was Normal. Galllnt'er is admiration. denounced as boss while Cecil Lyon is No. 1. A Fine HIS Bill Koborts. who holds th( trafFarm Nn Ifi 151 iicri'tilnile edit on HondtTton IU Koute, locntcd of Jdlhurir: l&S Acres. miles from li vlngton.on rurnl JiU. .Idolized. Andso it is we hear constant fic post nt tho corner of Dey and 0in;riMliimsturu, 60 In tlvu room routu. Uuod frsitne tWvollltiK': . rooms mid dwolllni;! coon tmrn mid tltnhiTi wnll preaching of Doss, Boss, IJossI The Bronilwny, saw n taxlcnh npproanhlng vcrnnclii; Rood h.irn :IOx!jo: tenmit watered; lime sttmu Iund. i'rlcvfl.MM. liousoi 137 acres under ulow ; l(K) iicjus grass; greatest boss who has ever lived in tho other day, says tho Now Yor'. corSJncrt'S In timber; null watered, cistern and 'M Ai'ri"i two mllns from llnrd-- i, 'Anferlca is Colonel Theodore Roosc-vjl- respondent of tho Cincinnati Times-Staponds. :u to i.O liuslivls corn and pounds No 1 lnilurjt;7-ruoi- n dwellings barns Insldo wore two men, quarreltobacco to acre, (lood clovor land lays wavy long while ho bossrd the For a to luvel location Ideal and In onu of tliu Jdxbs iintl 4SxiM; S Ifi'iint Iioumh pood luvul ing violently. Ab tho cab came to n Und prows corn, tob.icco. wlu'iu and pruts. best iielKbborliooos In tlio comity, Prlcu 1'rlcofJ 7W, Republican party and when at lcnetli li ind ceur this sold recently fo lmlt, In obedience to Big William's S(,2(0; U casb Terms on balance $10 tlio IHTC he failed, he bossed tho creation of a semaphoring, Mr. Roberts observed 'l";ro', 3 "dies railroad, Nf 7 nearsampluiotiumllefrimischool-houso- . Nn I? new party, bossed his own nomination thnt both gentlemen were perceptibly pood and lovnl bind, Rood b.irnj nil Iund cleared, well and is now trying to boss the people. pickled. They looked and acted ns If lociited; 3 miles from Irvlnpton. Price 1.1,300 He bossed both branches of Congress they hml been running tho Demon as acres No. 3 irounLV! mllu from Kkron, .Meailo Nn I ,A ftcrt"s lylnj? In viilley; inlln of ntililli! Hilinnl. as long as he could. He bossed.'.Ncw Rum Into holes for a couple of laya iv roomdwelflnitundliull;2tuniint BBBHfife siH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkYt BBBHkTv vi mllo graded .school, woodland houses. Iiiro tob.icco Inrnj 2H miles Noutb BBBBBBBw was Governor and the and then prodding him out again. .v& . r York when he bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHh t bbbbk ATbx Uood Stock Purm. l."3 acres; well of Kirk. M mile from school woll vrnterud, 3 ISIr A Itoberts, Policeman improved dwelling; stock bam. springs nuiir barn; on ItumlKoute. city of New York when he was Police "Hey," Bald Orows wbcal, tob.icco, corn, clover, atd "what's the matter here?" ,75 UVTe'i commissioner, and yet as great a boss of Ulen lJi miles from Irylnmon, on rural No I Kr.iss. The largest strong routu. This land Is a little rolling' but does " Deunj uood. "'llu Kastllmo stono as he was, while President, he stood still preserved of tho two gentlemen not wasb Price right Jno. I), liahhagc, soil, wtitered by wells und springs, on pood his dignity. "Nossln's county roud, near good school und churches. Ooverport. ICyj faithfully by Penrose, Aldrlch.Cannon marrer, offlslier," ho explained, laborNew tob.icco barn cot il.SOO, 3 stock barns, f? lleauttfHlly located ono mile fr m good tenant h ntses. line clover and grass and others, whom he now abuses. lIr u a live town, 100 acres practically land. Price $1,100. iously. "On'y zlsh cab's too crowded. ail level land, unimproved; Kiod 'enclng. "Some of you are asked to leave the Some of us gotter get out." Ideal spot for dairy farm 1'rlco reasonable. Policeman .Roberts thrust his head party of your fathers; others to vote Nn In ' icrcs I'rlcoW.OW. M cash Write Jno. U II bbige. Oloverport. Iy. lw. iu McQuudy located mile north of through the open window and looked against the party for whose policies A I'M acres located near Dukes, Han-,"- balance In yearly p.ivmunts. w cock county; acres under plow you or your fathers fought and bled them over. Then ho expressed his 78 acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; surprise. "Why," said he, "there are I) roum dwelling; barn IOvGO; w. I 7 2)0 ,lcre"i W ,nIlc, r0111 Hurdlns- -t burg, county seat: well ImprovIo a res level, upon the field of battle. You are asked only two of you In there." rent tolling. Uood land tor tabacco corn, ed: ono of the lient farms In tin; county. Prlco BBBBBvS9HitdKVAuBBBB9HH to desert the party which gave us a 0 Jy.. j. ? wheat and clover. It Is a bargain ut 51, MX), ?1,000. The dignified gentleman looked at .'cOc.tsli. o.tlancu easy payments Lincoln, a Grant, a McKlnley, a Gar- him fixedly for a moment. Then be, Nn 1 ft 50 Acres near Huras. 20 acres (Vln 7 IJ5 acres mile South of Kock vale, MU. IO barn 3020; log stable. Dwulllrg: field, a Blaine, a Conkling, and hun- with some difficulty, withdrew his good level land, 4 room dwelling level, I'W. rest rolling; soil windy loam uuderlald outbuildings, tenant house and dreds of other great Statesmen and glazed gazo from tho officer's eye ami school hoiisj and church In 3W yards. 1'rice with cluy; well watered Prlco HM. sword and pen, have carefully looked about the interior of warriors who, by sl.iSUcash. Nn IO IH) acres wol Improved land, ono carved and written the brightest pages the cab. "Ish zha right, offlsher?" he (Vln Q 74 acres. 3 m.les from Kirk, dwell-M- good slmpo. mn,, from JlcQuidy;ail level, asked, plaintively. u ng lVi story 0 rooms an- porch, Excollent neighborhood. FI110 of American history. You are asked to good well, small tenant house, good barn and tohxeco and corn land; well watered. Prlco ' .bH9bbbbbbY'-''fi?-'Policeman Itoberts assured him on Mfr S3. 500. desert the party which not only saved and stable, tiond orchard tho sacred honor of one of Commisthe Union and gave freedom to a race, sioner Waldo's most fixed posts thnt y 124 acres In 100 acres In one loNn O Two tracts the other; 121 acres and Nn "70 --wellAcres.ono mile from Darned: 'yl - Improved; plenty of good but a party that has stood In the fore- he had told the truth. "On'l two of y cated .Imlle from llardlnsburg: 100 acres 3 water; 3 stock hams suxlW and aixts.. I miles from llarnud; H Imlle of front in all the years of our existence ush here, huh?" said tho dignified perIvlngswood dwelling, and tenant houso. Prlco J4.7..0. eiiiii'Ke. bringing about the progress and ad- son. "Well, zen, the driver can drive in vancement of our country, until it has on. But it looks like more." made it a World Power, the richest Nuucr.-s- , - miles from L, lor 10) acres four westof $3 tou" 3 miles fmm Irvlngt'tn:Us ton, $2 , (HUi Ulendeano. 3 tnlles miles lirnnrh well WW from Nation on the globe, the workshop and Running up and down stairs, sweepluyn wo I; ginid youngorchard; good rallro id; all fresh land; 100 wtertd: rur il route; cultivatlmber;on scho d house few yards tion :.V) acres in grass: will uroduce the best granary of the world. And notwith- ing and bending over making beds fro house; Itnprowmouts go id four room corn, wheat and libuvo In ti 'ighhorhood; standing all this you are asked to de will not make a woman healthy or pur. lit tw dwelling with kitchen on ba-water, well ,; diHir of dwellplenty gooil b rns; b rn and tenent Iioum nnd ing; log dwo ling. 2 rooms and skie to- m sort this party for an experiment. In the llelil; 11,011 and hen house; good hiuhlrt; 3 tob.icco b.irns;3 te nut Iiousak. beautiful. She must get out of doors, b.ick wood nlieil; will selloncay payments; plenty Plenty of go id tlmhe for farm purmRrii ."No sane man thinks that Mr. walk a mile or two every day and take of in II fruit, further partlculur iirldre-- s good land to cleir I'rlce J,.(X)i) H cash. Too I). II hit lire, f'loverport. Ky Rfoosevelt can be elected, it seems to Chamberlain's Tablets to improve her mt that his only hdpe and Durposo is digestion and regulate her bowels. to defeat President Taft. To do this Fox sale by all dealers. he would be willing to pull down the temple although it would destroy him SUBJECT KING VISITS PARIS self. But mark my words, when the people of this country shall fully unOne Mail Bey of Tunis, Conquered by France, derstand the issues and shall fully Said to Be an Enlightened and comprehend the trend of aflairs, there Educated Man. will be a turning to Mr. Taft not only from those who have started, out to An interesting guest of tho French support Mr. Roosevelt, but from the nation during the festivities on tho Democrats' as well, which will result national holiday was Sidi Mohammed eh Naceur. the Pey of Tunis, who in his triumphant election In Novemthen returned tho visit made to Tunis ber." last year by President Fallleres The Senator then attacted the men When France, after a short camNeiwho compose the Progressives. paign, took possession in 1SS1 of ther tne leaders nor the men working Tunis, the present Hey succeeded his in the ranks ascaped the wrath of the cousin. Sldl Mohammed el Hadl Rut Kentucky standpatter. He said that the French did not follow In this colthey every man who applied to Taft for a ony thPlr policy of Algeria; royaltyleft tho Rey the empty honor of job and failed to land one was an avowAs a matter of fact, as the head of ed supporter of Roosevelt, and that tho royal family and tho local head every man turned out of olllce Is now or the church, his power is great, an enthusiastic supporter of the Pro outwardly he is a subject of gressive party. The Senator said that the French conquerors. He has accepted tho role of vassal every man who fondly imagines that sovereign and Tunis Is almost as peaceable as any French province, B iiV largely due to his Influence. He is an accomplished scholar, has written books In French and encourages the education of his countrymen. Possibly he realizes that if he took a different course he might not long soon in Journal-New- s, be able to enjoy tho palace that Is one Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of show sights of tho suburbs of of the at Tho Philadelphia oblldced to do. forgotten wnicru TunlB. Sip, Ky., writes: "I was They were mother and daughter Record. so sick for 3 or 4 years, traveling on tho briny ocean. It was 1, 1912 To the KditorofTliellreckenridgeNews: to BouI had to hire my work Consult T. N. IcGlothlan for a cheap trip fioni Folkestonerough. As a believer in the progressive ideals logne, nnd the sea wn3 very done, most of the time. of government represented in the can- subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, Suddenly the daughter exclaimed: I had given up hope. When didacy of Woodrow Wilson for President Times, Post, 'Herald. Fanners "Oh, mamma, It's coming on again of the United States, and to the end that Homo Journal, Stock Yard Journ- worso thnn ever!" It's An Opportunity of Life Time, I began to take Cardui, I al, Western Kecordor and Iireck he may take the office "But. why, Mny," asked her mother, knew, right away, it was Here you get THE JOURNAL-NEWEvansville's leading "dirt you not follow out the directions and obligated to none but onridgo News. newspaper, delivered at your door by rural route carrier for helping me. Now, I am about which your father told you bethe people of the country, I wish to conthe small turn of $1.50 a year. Think of it! You get those fore you came on board?" better than ever before in tribute through you, to be forwarded to famous Daffidil cartoons, the fascinating Scoop drawings, In Tennessee. Attending Fairs "Because," answered tho daughter, my life, and Cardui did it" Governor Wilson, the sum of $ which have made such a big hit in Evansville, also Bettye In a faint voice, "I've forgotten whethtoward the expenses of his campaign. Brown's Page of Women, Scoop's Trimmings column, and er I ought to breathe In as tho vessel E 64 Dear Mr. Babbaye: .1 will thank rises, and let the breath go out ns It all the latest market and telegraphic news hot off the wire. (Name) , you very much to mail me u copy of moves downward, or whether It ought Can you beat it? Remember the price ia reduced only unlit this and next week's edition of your to bo tho other way. And, oh oh November let to $1.50. Send in your money order today. Take oh, I wish I wero dead!" London (Address) , paper to Memphis, Tenn., .ADDRESS. Fair. I will ship our cattle from here to Memphis Saturday1. We made a clean sweep here winning 13 firsts, A Texas Wonder 0 seconds, 3 thirds and i championships How The Tourists Got Even JOURNAL-NEW- S and 3 grand championships. Our 2 yr. Cardui has helped thousThe Texas Wonder cures kidney and Two tourists stranded in Potter old bull, Orange King, was made fraud ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut 218-22- 0 Up. Fifth Street, EVANSVILLE. IND. county by the bursting of an auto tire champion bull and our 3 year old heif- bladder troubles, removing gravel, women, back to health, put their machine in a farmer's barn er, Victoria 84th, was made grand cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, It has a gentle, tonic acwhile they journeyed several miles to champion female. Please don't fall to rheumatism, and all irregularities of tion on the womanly systhe kidneys and bladder in both men a town garage. They were presented Bend me the papers mentioned. and women. Regulates bladder troubVery truly yours, tem. It goes to the cause with a bill for $.) when they returned, -les In children. If not sold by your W. R. Moorman, Jr. and as the farmer was obdurate they of the trouble. It helps, it druggist will be sent by mall on repaid up and then,to the agriculturist's helps quickly, surely, safeLouisville Evening Post ceipt off I, Ono small bottle is two surprise, invited him to take a ride. One ly. It has helped others. and Ureckenridge News months' treatment and seldom falls to After speeding across potter county, one year $3 5O, Why not you? It will. perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 through Canandalguaand Rochester to I Try ft Get a bottle todayl Olive street, St. Louis, Mo, Send for Batavla, N, Y., they released their Kentucky testimonials, Sold by "guest" and advised him to use his f5 to get back home with, whicluhe was 1 Hopkinsville, Colonel Bradloy An article that lias real merit should Has Much To Say About The In time become popular. That such is the case with Chamberlain's Cough Bossism Of The Bull Mooser. Rcmody has been attested by many Biggest Boss That Ever Lived (fealcrs, Hero Is one of them. II. W. Your oiisicst wuy to muko money is to Imy Iund in Urcckonridiro county. Wcstorn land hm had its day. Old Kentucky is lie ideal spot in all this country for clinmtc, for good crops, for good living, for good people, and good, long life. Hreckinridgo county has bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. The people nro prosperous and land is cheap. Now Land 1ms advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in is your timo to buy. the last ten ycurd. In another ten ycura, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers that interest you, write your name an luMre-- and wo will keep you in touch with our bargains. Wanted Small Farms home 1 .1 t. r. I '.11 1 1 -- '" frt-- w' " 1 I " 1 11 & 4b JLW Hbl I HI-- 1 u' 'O X mWr-- I ncet-ssir- - is ''"' Two-stor- l(l s 111 els-te-- n - The JOURNAL-NEW- S (Delivered Year by for $ll; THE BIGGEST NEWSPAPER BARGAIN EVER OFFERED! If you were one of the girls would you have pursued him? If you were the man would you have run? Read l SO It Helps! The Women's Candidate to start by Byron Williams, this paper. Evansville's Leading Newspaper, delivered your Buys The door by rural route carrier for one year. This special offer closed on November a Mr. Farmer! free-hande- d, S, Tri-Stat- e Tho Woman's Tonic The Circulation Department THE v.. $3.50 J The JOURNAL NEWS Year by Mail for $! Delivered Now is The Time Subscribe Now to Subscribe i SOLDPBOY Would Rather Writes Home. Hear The Hounds Bark In Kentucky Than To Hear The Band Play In The Army "I lionnlcil the United States traiisiwrt Slicritinu Mny 8 mul landed in Honolulu May i8, making a distance of 2,300 miles. There were 1600 white men and You 250 negro cosuals going to Manila. mny know wc liad one time. We are in camp 27 miles from Hono-lul- u and come here on the Ohau railroad. gauge; it looks The track is a three-foo- t so queer. The little engines look like a toy but they sure can climb the mountains. It is a great place here; the clim ate can't be beat. We are 4,000 feet nlxwc sea level and there is always a fine sea breeze. The land is very rich and fertile. There is a red clay on the surface but there is rich soil under it. There is an abundance of fruit, such ns Bananas, cocoanuts and pineapples, many other fruits. Sugur cane is the principal crop. There is many large sugar mills on the island. The island is small but it is considered one of the healthiest and richest islands on the The natives here are Japs, Pacific. Chinks and Cauackies. They raise an abundance of rice. There is plenty of good fishing and hunting; mountain goats and wild chickens. I have hiked seven days since 1 d; tueiit here Sunday and left Mjtiday Conference. Paints nnd for varnishes at Mrs. Painting time now. V. J. Schopp has returned Irnm Louisville BOYS' HANDICRAFT By A. NEELY HALL Author COMMISSIONER'S SALE Frank Kennedy has typhoid fever. Mrs. M. D. Beard is convalescent. of" Handicraft for Handy oy" and "The Boy Craft tman" PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. CONVERTING !- - THE COOK. t ; tt i i K ; ; The model from which tho clothes dryer shown In Fig. 1 was patterned has been in uso for a number of years, wj hive to hike nround'jthe is and except when not a breath of air is land,it being 40 miles long and 20 miles stirring, its littlo fleet of yachts, whoso wide. We always march around the sails form the, paddles of the windmill, sail around the circular course beach and when stopping for camp, we continuously. The best feature of this have the evening for swimming and windmill is its combination with tho bathing. We go on maneuvers next clothes dryer, which makes it a practiwill be month for two weeks. There cal toy that will servo tho laundress the first infantry, second infantry, fifth excellently on wash day. calvary Jand first field artillery.! They Julco. If there Is a clothes post In tho cenHZ evpect .1 great time. I then bagged some very firm, al- ter of the yard, its top may bo used We have some prcttyfast ball '.games most green, unpeeled bananas, put- for a support, otherwise, you will havo will here. The first infantry team won the ting In with them a little water, and to put up a post A finding the trivet that would best servo the purpose for this. Set It pennant. I saw about 18 inches Into tho ground, and The army is all O. K. It is nice to fit the remaining work for Uncle S.un if you like it, but my critic smile a faint fleeting then brace it at tho baso with diagghostly smile, and look affectionately onal pieces. really, I would rather be Kick in old brush. I was sure Strips one inch thick nnd two hunting. jI would rather at tho scrubbingmentally undoing the Kentucky fox sho saw herself inches wido may bo used for the arms hear the hounds lurk than to hear the tragic results of my doing, by scrub- of the windmill dryer, but If you can band play "The SUr Spangled Banner." bing out tho stove floor when burst- get pieces two inches thick they will, I often think of thepretty pictures that ing bags had made it messy. of course, bo so muclr stronger. Cut hang iu the recruiting office; they look tho arms six feet long, nnd bevel their I was getting a hurry luncheon real nice, and they catch the roakey's partly because there was need of ends os In Fig. 3 (A), cutting tho loweye, but if he could .see both sides he haste, partly to show my pupil how er onds to fit tho base board, B, and A tho upper ends to fit the blocks, C. would plow corn. I think old Kentucky quickly things could be done. worokeep-InThe upper end of tho arms should bo is large enough for me if I am lucky to lemon pie and fresh biscuit beneath about two feet higher than tho lower hot in tho broiler-spacget back." From aKentuckiau. the oven, shielded from burning by end, which will determine the angle Wilbur L. Webster, of the bevels. Cut the base block, B, tho Inverted broiler pan. Sehofield Harnicks, II. T. Adele, the cook, had not seen them. eight inches square, and boro a Co. I). 7U1 U. S. Infantry. hole through Its center for I meant them for the finishing stroke. D, and cut the blocks, C, a look-ishowed tho After five minutes f inches wide by brown, so I turned off one about two and gas Jot and busied myself getting , ten Inches long. Nail blocks, C, to STEPHENSPOR T. dishes hot. At the end of ten minutes tho upper ends of the arms, and drive tho nail, E, Into each block near the inI took them out. Adele was staring at the hag. It ner end. Either bolt or screw the longRoofing paint. Now is the time to was brown, almost crisp at the cor- er ends of the arms to Block, B, plac- use it. Mrs. McCubbins has it. ners, but only lightly tinged on top, Mrs. Maiiervu C o.ieu, ol Louisville, and underneath as sound and tough as when It went in. Yet sho had seen mid Mrs. Htrry HttiiJitn, it (Jl wtrt Uie gue.Huf Mr. ad Mrs. bananas come out of It and her judgment assured her that they were P. I). Ha ktns Suud y. thoroughly, and beautifully cooked. Miss Cecil Dix and Miss Lilah II But she was still doubtful. lire attending the Iustitut: at "Maybe hit is good for things dat tins week. don't take long," sho said. "But I'd Mm Ada Menu, of T jwiuport, is bo 'feard tor trus' hit wld all my dinner." visiting tier sHter, Mm Tom Stewart. By time the bananas were out of und x Mr. mid Mrs. Godfrey Hhsa'.-iFig. 7 hand, tho fish was ready six daughter, id Hardliisbjrg, were tnc Allots made a brave showing in guests ol Mr. and Mrs. I,. I) Vox Sun- tho platter, with the tomatoes day. splashed over them, the onlcn showPelt, galvanized and iron roofing at ing pearl rings In their red. Supplethe very lowest prices. Mrs. McCubbins mented with the potatoes, which camo out thoroughly cooked and a F1G6 M'. mid iM.s. Hu.Jeit Ilru icr, Union delicato brown, and the bananas, Stui; Mrs. M.t Hirgis uml Mis Mary they made a satisfying meal. ) Hmgis, of Wire lil town "Miss Mollyt says you tolo her you . kin bake fish,' and meat and roas' FiG.i)--1 chickens in deso things?" Adele said A protracted meeting is now in interrogatively as sho stood surveyH ijtl-.- t iluuili. conducted " model til the Yachts W. II. T. ing tho uncluttered sink, where never by Rev. J. 1 I, wis and a pot or pan waited her skilled touch. Joues. Ing the arms as shown In Fig. 2. Fas"You can cook almost anything you ten with only one bolt or screw, first, G. W. Payne u ill. like," I answered. "But first you must then connect nails, E, on each opposite Emery Preuch was liouie S iiiday. take tho trouble to learn how." pair of arms with tho wire brace, F " Adelo nodded thoughtfully. Miss M.iry B. Dash tin is in Hardins-bur(Fig. 3). These wires should bo cut sho said, "I ain't ob young as about ono foot longer than tho disviaiting her uncle, Gus SliellmHii. I used ter sho'ly is goln' ter W. U. Gtrdner went to Hurdinsburg learn how, be but I I won't has any tance between tho nails and be twisted and den back on themselves at ono end, as Monday. pots and kittles to scrub," shown in Figs. 3 and 4; then a nail can Rev. Jar'joe filled his last nppoiut- - fCopyrlKkt. 1911. by the Associated bo slipped through ono of the loops and bo used as a lever to twist the wire to take up tho slack, In adjusting the arm ends to the proper heights. The distances between the arm ends should be carefully measured, and tho arms shifted from side to sldo until these are all tho same; then tho lower ends Mi" should be fastened securely with a second bolt or screw. to Oct. 10, 1912 Daily Tho hulls of tho little yachts need not bo as perfectly inado as would bo necessary for sailing In water, because these yachts depend entirely upon Visit xhi Gr.'at Northeast, Southwest and Pacific Slope their sails; however, for the sake ot appearance, it is well to make them us shapely as possible. They can be cut out quickly. Fig. 5 shows a top view of tho hull with tho dimensions marked upon It. Make the bottom flat 1913 Oct. 15, onough to provide a nailing Burfaco for fastening tho yachts to the blocks, SPEND THE WINTER IN THE SOUTH 0. Cut tho mast, O, and the boom, II, about tho length of tho hull, and the IIoni2seekers Rates First and'Tli'rd Tuesdays ofFach Month gaff, I, about soven Inches long, nnd fasten wlro loops to tho ends of both tho boom and tho gaff, ns shown In Fig. 7, to fit over tho mast. A brad For particulars imdjoiiornljinfonimtion sco driven through tho mast, Just below the proper heights for tho boom and gaff, will prevent tho loops from sliding down the mast. Use heavy muslin for L, R'y- Ky. L H. & ho sails, and fasten them to tho mast, boom apd gaff sticks with heavy linen n two-by-fo- By Martha McCulloch Williams. "But would It bo easy to got tho cook to take up Soyer's method of paper bag cooking?" That question wns put to mo tho other day by one of my friends who has been captivated with tho paper-bacooked luncheons and dinners. I havo Invited her to eat with me. In reply to her query I told how I had converted ono cook to M. Soyer's method with ono "demonstration." This particular queen of tho kitchen was a Creole cook who has followed her "Madam" up North away from tho delights of her native New Orleans. Sho feels that sho knows pretty well all that is to bo known about cooking, especially In the finer parts, and not without reason. Because her "madam" la my friend, and had eaten things out of paper bags, the cook was sent to see the now method for herself. Less than respectful she cannot posBlbly be especially toward one whoso cookery she had deigned to approve, yet I was conscious of a certain bewildered amusement In her; her eyes were hawk-keens sho watched me greaso bags and slip Into the biggest of them well seasonod fillets of blue fish, along with a thinly sliced onion, tomatoes, peeled and sliced, a good lump of butter, nnd a generous squeeze of lemon g . v. I E VsVf', TOPVltW' "T PlG.4' flG.3 " . I i1 - 'A WINDMILL CLOTHESA WINDMILL DP. VE d. CLOTHES DRYER. thread. Brace the mast as shown, and fasten a small pennant to tho mast-lea- shelf-spac- Tho peg, J (Figs. G and C), Is neces-jarto provent tho boom from, swing- ing over the port side of the yacht. By this arrangement, the yachts will always sail counter clockwise, no mat- ' ter which way tho wind Is blowing, provided you mount tho yachts with their bows headed In this direction. Pivot the base block, B, to the post support with a bolt about 5 Inches long. Bore a holo into the top of tho post to receive the end 'of tho bolt, and In mounting the base block place several washers hetwen it and the screw-eye- s post. Screw Into the ends of blocks, C (M). and also into each of the arms at N and 0, as shown in Fig. 3, to slip clotheslines through. It is not necessary to cut a clothes-lininto pieces, for after running it through one row of screw-eyeIt may be run down to the next row below, and so on through all the I y , I I h o s, eyes. (ConyrlRht, 1912, by A. Ncely Hall.) AGAIN THE DRUMMER'S WILES g e This Time Whole Carloads of Men Are the Vi tlms of His "Veracious" Imagination. "Yes," said the drummer for a grocery house. "I am on my way tnst to reap the reward ot virtue. Thi3 may seem improbable to you, but risht here in my pocket I have a letter from a Philadelphia law firm which says that a gentleman dying a few days ago left me $5,000 in his will." "Relative, of course?" was observed. "No, sir. Not even an acquaintance. In fact, I never even saw tho man in my life. I can't say that I ever heard his name until I received this letter." "He must havo been a queer man to have left $5,000 to n perfect stranger?" "I agree with you there," said the drummer, "but I supposo it all came about through his wife. Five years ago I rode in the samo palace car with her from Chicago to Pittsburg. Our seats were just opposite. She was young and handsome and alone. She Intuitively knew I was a drummer one of tho best In tho country and she expected that I would buy tho magazines for her or make some other excuse to start a conversation. Then would come and flattery, and I would propose an elopement." "And, of course, it all happened?" "You wrong me, sir. That's where my $5,000 comes in. I never looked her square in the face once during the long Journey. I Ignored her as if sho did not exist. She must have been dreadfully puzzled Qver the matter, and told her husband when she got home. He probably employed a private detective to ascertain my name and address, and then added a codicil to his will. Gentlemen, let my case bo a shining example to you chin-chi- n three-fourths-in- n king-bol- t, bag-corne- one-hal- tract. There is excepted out of this boundary of land, the following described tracts. Pirst Tract: "Beginning at a point where a line of the Win. May patent crosses the old creek bed (Tar Fork) 120 poles X of patent corner, a stake in Owen Seatou's field (formerly a Spanish oak and two dogwoods) ; then N. 59 W. 33 poles then S. 29 W. 16 poles to a red elm, plainly marked in J. M. Mullen's corner, in Win. Mullen's line; then N. 71 poles to a stake set up by Hop Mason, continuing same 23 poles N. to corner made iu deed of Lynch to then S. 88 E. to where the line in tersects the Win. May patent line: then S. with the May patent 11S jwles to the beginning, containing 26 acres more or less." Second Tract: "Beginning at the corner of the Win. May 4,440 acre survey; then S. 85 E. 106 poles to a stake in the old Mason line, also the Win. May line; then N. 24 poles to the line made by Warner or Piatt, filed as the tine line; then N. 85, W. 106 poles to where said line would intersect the Will. May patent line of 2,000 ncre survey; then with said line S. 24 poles to the beginning, containing 18 acres, more or less. " Or sufficient thereof to pioduce the sums of money .so ordered to be made' For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply p'roniptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, 2,286.63. LEE WALLS, -2 -2 Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. W II. Lynch, Plaintiff ) Against Equity No. 3189 Gid nurdett, etc., Deft. ) Hy virturc of a judgment and order of sale of .Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered nt Mny term thereof, 1912, in the alwvc cause, for the sum of 1950, nineteen hundred and fifty dollars, credited ly &18.4! of even date of note. $t95 with interest nt the rale of 6 per cent per milium from the 13 tiny of November 1906 until paid, and all costs herein, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale nt the court house door in Hnrdinsbtirg. to the highest bidder, nt public miction, on Monday, the 14 day of October, 1912, nt ohe o'clock, p. in., or thereabout (being circuit court clay), upon n credit of sx months, the following described propIlcgiiiiiing nt a pile of stone erty, t: between two white oaks and n red oak pointers in the original line of Lewis nnd Helm's survey; thence witli the same N. 320 oles to n stake near nil old road and corner to May's 4,44oncrc survey; thence with the lines thereof S. 85 degrees, E. 200 poles to a white oak on the side of the drain; thence S. 60 degrees, E. 246 poles to a white oak and dogwood, Pleasant Eudon's corner in May line; thence with said Hudson's line S. 37l& degrees W. 130 jHilcs to n hickory, nnd three sugar trees, iu the fork of a branch; thence down the same S. 88 degrees, W. 230 oles to a white oak and elm in the mouth of Long Hranch;thence down Tar Fork N. 33 degrees, W. 74 poles, S. 55 degrees nnd 3 jxdes to two hickories and elm oppssite the mouth of Long Branch ; thence N. 711 degrees, W. 94 poles to the place of bciMiininir: nnd containing by survey 458 acres more or less. And reserving out of .said boundary about 53 acres theretofore conveyed to Larry Kccnan, and 100 acres conveyed to Chester U. Ileaviiif on Nov. 13, 1906, loaving 305 acres, more or less, in said to-wi- T. B. Henderson nnd tamos t. Clair, cf Webster, were in town last Fridnv. Miss Abbie WhittlnRhill, who is, teaching at Bithel, spent the week end! at her home in Fordsville. Miss Hunter, of Owensboro, is Missl Clara Hook's guest. Rev. Wm. limner preached at Clover Cteek Sunday. Miss Martha Hnynes, of Union Star, und niece, Miss Sarah Hiynes, of Wes Point, have returned to their hornet niter a visit to Mesdames Frink Jolly and Calvin Hendrick. Mrs. Jack Grojs, of Holt, was the Ktiest of Mrs. Morris Beard Friday. Jesse Miller, of Hole, was in town Saturday. Misses Clara nnd Mary Helen h have malaria fever. jonn ixioson s spending this we witn his parenls near Irvington. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto has gone to Horse Cave where she will teach in the graded school. For reliable jewelry nnd watches, write or call to see me personally for advice, repairing or purchases T. C. Whit-wortLewls.-Hardinsbur- I t Mrs. Lucrctia Hensley has leturned from Sieskton, Mo., where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. for several months. Misses Eliza and Louise Taylor are spending this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tajlor, of Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Garner spent Sunday with Mrs. Bob Glasscock, of Mrs. G. W. Beard and daughter, Mrs. Blanche Reid, have returned from Louisville. Misses Nannie and Delia Kincheloa spent last week with Mrs. Jim Withers, near Kirk. Mrs. E. B. Enclish and son. Ev.iris. Jr., are visiting Mrs. M. D. Beard. Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Dyer are attending Conference in Morganfield. Before returning they will visit friends in Sturgis. Miss Tula Daniel is attending: Conference in Morganfield. Mrs. Coleman Haswell and children, ls. Ihir-det- t; 33-10- 0 Emma Helen and Coleman, have re- tnrnprl from n n?c!t tn T.. .;,... 111.. Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and daughterly GeOrcia. are visitinc In Kt.nVincrnrf i Mrs, Lee, of Louisville, was the week end guest of Rev. and Mrs. M L. Dyer. .Miss Clara Sperzel, ot New Albany, ver-pu- rt, Commissioner. CARRIE L. WALLS, Deputy. is stenographer for Moorman & Ball. Miss Monica Teaff, of Little Rock, Ark., is the guest of her brothers." Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Skiliman are at home after spending a month in the country with Mr. and Mrs. John Skill-maMoorman Ditto, principal of Glen Dean School, is spending this week with his mother and attending the In- n. iw-ki- ns OWNED HISTORIC OLD HOTEL 1, Proprietor of Structure Built Around Cabin of Captured British Frigate Is Dead. stitute. Miss Catherine Kincheloe, who is teaching at Basin Spring, is at home this week. Jesse Walls,' who is teaching at Kirk, resigned last Friday and will go to Custer to take charge of that school. Mr. and Mrs. John Skiliman and son, John Edwards, spent Sunday in town. I fair-size- d D.-rh- Mo,i-(hi- jiio-gres- d R-- Details g "Yes-sum,- Low ReducediColonist Fares Sept.p Winter Tourist! Excursion 1912toAprli;30, Fares R. L. LYON, St. Ticket Agent Irvington, Jncob Smith, hotel proprietor of City Island, New York, died there at years. Mr. tho age of soventy-threSmith's hotel has for years been one of the show places on the island. It was known as the Macedonian hotel, because it was built around tho cabin of tho British frigate Macedonia, which' was captured by the United States frigate Decatur off Cape Verde Islands during tho war of 1812. After tho engagement the "Macedonia wns towed to what Is known as Cow Bay, City Island, and there Smith acquired it in 1S74, pulled it on land and structurally added to It. In time he had a building largo enough to accommodate a number of persons. Three years ago a member of a historical Boclety In England, which had learned of the existence ot tho Macedonia, came to City Island and offered Mr. Smith $30,000 for it, but he would not sell. He said he wanted it to and" And he rose up and went up the remain in the family, which consists aisle and sat down beside the only fe- of seven daughters and two eons. male on the car, who was a very lovely, lonely girl, and he began to tell Fortunate Little Waif. A romantic history attaches to a jokes and stories and make her laugh, and tho other five kicked each other pretty little foundling at present bennd said that he ough't to be flung off ing cared for In tho West Ham and tho train for the way he had euchered Eastern General hospital, London, England. A Stratford resident going home them. Baltimore American. lato ono recent night heard a cry, the wall of a newly born child. He jumpThoroughly "Halloa!" Jellinson cried, as he en- ed over Into a field situated in Knox countered his acquaintance Barwood In road, struck a match, and discovered the street. "Thought you wore getting a bonny baby boy. Tho man con veyed tho child to the police, who in married today. Postponed?" "Altogether," answered Barwood, turn took It to the West Ham hospital, "We could not think of sending him firmly. "Not even engaged now, then?" pur- to tho workhouse," tho kindly ward sister stated, "and ho is now the litsued Jellinson. "No. The lady I was to have mar- tle 'duke ot the ward.' Ho Is daily gaining strength to fight the world, ried was too modern too and wo should like to find a good for me." Tho excuse astonish- homo for baby very soon. We called him 'Peter' to bring the little fellow ed Jellinson. "How on earth " "Wrote her last Monday saying I good luck, and the cabbage patch Is was coming to see hor on Wednesday. whero he was found." This littlo You Bee, I'd never formally proposed, foundling, who is quite alone iu the and eho seemed to want it. So I went world, has big blue eyes and pretty on Wednesday JuBt to satisfy her fair hair. He Bleeps all day In a whim, as I thought. Got there and cozy hammock cradle In one of the found she had sold the rights of pho- children's wards, and Is beloved by tographing me at the moment of pro- nurses and patients alike. posing to a cinematograph company, "That settled it!" Subscribe Right Now. o e. "Up-to-dateTit-Bit- LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Payne visited. Jas. Wadllngton, of Union Star, SutL day. turner Argaorlght, of Brandenburg, was the guest of W. B. Arirabritrht Sunday. George E. Shelman has gone to Lexington to attend the Military School. Sam Dix, of Stephensport, was In our town last week. TUiss Elsie Grauel, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mrs. Ida Nottingham for the past month, returned home last week, Mrs. Ruth Davison, of Oklahoma, is the guest of Mrs. Huso Frymire. Mrs. Sam Bassett, of Union Star, visited Mrs. June Bandy last week. Mrs. John Rollins, of Shilo, visited Mrs. Ida Nottingham last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carlf Payne, of Web ster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graybon Payne Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Qola Severs and Mrs. Charlie Norton, of Cripple Creek, Col., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C. , i Grant. Mrs. Mc Payne visited Mrs. Nannie Payne last week. Tne Ice cream supper k'iven at A. J. Keys last Friday for the benefit of WaU" nut drove school was quite a sucom, Proceeds $9.75. Re-enters the Navy. Elliott Moorman, son of Mr. amA Mrs. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dwut, has tbNavy. raentrd 't