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The Breckenridge news: October 2, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912100201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 2, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912. Meade-ilancock Pages No. 13 SIMMONS t prospective candidate for the nomination for State Senator ill the HANGES Breckenridge district, It is said tlint Dave Duncan, the popular METHODIST PULPITS editor of the Brandenburg Messenger, will become a candidate In due time. By tho customary rotation it's Mende For county's time to furnish the Senator. Appointments J Methodist Dave is a true and loyal Democrat, and At Next Term Announced his friends declare he would make a Rev. J. A. good Senator Louisville Times. Morganfield. H. OiN. MOORMM, Chitrmn ADVISORY J0H COMMITTEE O'REIUT UE miLI, Sictitirr MORRIS H, BFARO J. 0. IUI1GE, rubllellr ComnlHn Miss Esther Mae Jackson And Mr. Joe Simmons Married i.. OFHCE OE Last Wednesday Afternoon. Ceremony Performed By The CHAIRMiH y Walker Sent To Cloverport; Marriage Announcement. Rev. Frank E. Lewis To South Friends and 'relatives in this city np. Scottsville; Rev. May To Ir- prcciatcd the marriage announcement received ns follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. vington Barton-LaHeist Breckinridge County Rev. Mr. Powell. Miss Esther Mae Jackson and Mr. Joe Simmons were united in marriage last Wednesday afternoon at threa o'clock. The ceremony took place in the parlors of The Wltttner Hotel at Cannelton, Ind., the Kev. Mr. Powell, pistor of the Methodist church, officiated. Among those present were Mis. Wm. Holllous and Miss Carrie Tucker, of this city. The bride wore a stylish tailor-madsuit of tan material, with a becoming hat and gloves to match. The bodice of the dross was of lovely material of the same shade. Mrs. Simmons is the daughter of Mrs. Viola Jackson. Saturday, September the twenty-first- , when she resigned her position with The Breckenridge News, she had been at the office elcht years. She started to work for Mr. Babbage when she was not much, more than a child, and she was certainly faithful to her tasks and was very etllcient. The News ollice was like home to her. The young bride has all the good wishes of the staff. Mr. Simmons is the son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Simmons and is a young; railroad man, with a splendid future before him. He has a place now as fireman on the Henderson Route. Mr and Mrs. Simmons were enter- tertained at the Satterfield home and at his parents' home during the last week They will board with Mr. and Mrs. William Holllous. e Democratic Campaign Committee HARD1NSBURG, KY., October 1, 1912. REV. LEWIS' MOTHER Barton announce the marriage of their Hcn-ne- n To DIES daughter, Elsie Totninsan, to Al , LaHeist, on September twenty-sixGreeley, Colorado. r coufcrence of the Methodist church ad jourued nt Morgan-fielMonday after the reading of appointments. Time were few changes The Rev. Mr. Frank E. Lewis, who has been pastor ot the Cloverport church for two years, was changed to South Scottsville. Rev. Mr. Lewis was called away from conference on account of the death of his mother. He received several telegrams about her condition before he left for Morganfield and as soon as he arrived there her coudition became worse, and he left at once for Athens, Ga , to beat her bedside, Information vas received here that the body would be brought to Kentucky for TJn. Trvilsville d Mrs. Sills Sails For London This Week Mrs. Wilbur Sills, after a few days Louisville, will leave for New York Wednesday. She will sail for London, Oct. ith and later will go to Italy where she will spend tho winter In Na pies and the island of Capri with her son and his wife. Stephensport Correin on spondent. Re-Enlis- ts. Mr. Payne If we are really democrats, with modern progressive spirit and tendencies, let's prove'it. How? Join the county Wilson "and Marshall Club, attend the Campaign Opening and Rally in Hardinsburg..o.n October. J.4th.,. contribute to the expenses of this campaign, see that every democrat around you gets to the polls, and vote yourself; then you will be entitled to great credit as an DEMOCRATIC SPIRIT Cloverport, J. A. Walker, minister; BISHOPJ'COY active democrat, and will have contributed materially to the reinauguration of Thompson. Cepresiding elder, S. J. democratic administration of our nation's affairs and a return to proper ntral City, B M. Currie. Fordsville, Presides at the Annual MethoGreenville, G. I. Strong at Hardinsburg-Sev- en . J Jr. Demonbruu. equality in government. circuit, T. V. Joiner, I)hon. Hartford dist Louisville Conference, at Men at County Seat Give $25 Our 2400 fighing democrats are entitled to some of the honor and ifHawesvllle circuit, E. T. Catou. Steph- Morganfield Large Attend5.n.r.nr . mu.w.i, .. TnthoC. LeWl. Sliaf .. ...lccir.il .. T?. j offices that the great national victory in, prospect will necessarily bring. Each to the Campaign. poit circuit, n. C.Wilson. Owensboio essentially reciprocal, and one thing is sure, no man who fails to Politics is es ance Opened 'Settle Memorial, Lewis Powell do his duty before this election need apply to me for indorsement for any to Ministers. THREE OTHERS IN COUNTY. ELIZABETHTOWN DISTRICT position. If those higher up are as good party men as they should be, I will J. T. Rushing, presiding elder. be upheld. No organization can succeed without rewarding only its faithful. Sept. 2il. Bardstown and Samuels, B. F. Orr; Hardiusburg, Sept. 25, 191 2. Henceforth, if this principle is not abserved toward our organization, I shall J. Morganfield, Kv., Birmingham,Bishop H. McCoy, of Supply Big Clifty Mission, R O.L'enick, Ala, We, undersigned, S- comes from Sonora, Ky. He is married and has two children, a daughter twelve years and a eon nine years. A. D. Skillman, of this city, attended , the conference and stated that everyone J had a delightful time. Mnrganfield's hospitality was lavished on the ministers and guests. Mr. Skillman, himself, enjoyed the conference thoroughly. OWENSBORO DISTRICT burial. The new pastor for Cloverport Esker B. Payne, who has been in w'th Uncle Sam for the past three years, came back to spond a two weeks' vacation with hfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Payne, and friends He returned to Columbus, Ohio a few days ago where he for three more years. The young man's father is a lucky old soldier, being 75 years old and has three boys in government service. Harned Correspondent. Having been chosen to lead Democracy's fight in our county, I feel the and is my ambition and hope that we may roll up a substantial majority for our candidates on November the fifth. I realize that the result, however, will depend upon the that we receive from our democrats, and especially those of the committees, in and on whom I have placed the responsibility in the precincts. These associates and I are but your agents and we desire every democrat to feel that he is an active participant in this great National battle for Democracy and right. Let me here remind you that overconfidence is. dangerous. 'Let our county do well its part and our ambition will be converted into pride. I earnestly invite the attention of democrats, and all of the people, to the issues of this most important campaign as represented by the Democratic Platform and presented by our standard bearer, the learned, fearless and clean progressive, Governor Woodrow Wilson. If the people desire to rule, they must work and vote; our leaders have done well their part and deserve now our aggressive support. For the merit and distinction of his helpful services, the constituents of our able Congressman, Hon. Ben Johnson, owe to him the compliment of a magnificent majority in November. Let us also remember that the showing our county makes this fall may have a decided bearing on the Breckinridge County Democrats: responsibility it ion races for county be received. offices next year. Let's merit all the assistance possible to Present-Hom- Big Springs Circuit, B. M. Dewitt; Sup- faith in the living principles of Democply Brandenburg Circuit, P. A. Kasey: racy and its standard bearers, hereby Supply Cecilian Circuit, J. E. King; contribute the sum of twenty-fiv- e ($25) M. L Doer; Irvington Circuit, L. K. quarters as the local campaign authoriMay; Kingsuood Circuit, D. F.Walton; ties may direct; this contribution being McDaniels Circuit, P. C. Long; Vine made, however, primarily for and in Grove Circuit, itobt. Johnson. support of the local campaign and orh Morganfield, U F. Goodscn; Scotts- ganisation. The names, addresses and ville. F. E. Lewis; Princeton Station, amounts are as follows: V. C. Brandon; Broadway Louisville, II. Dell. Moorman, Chin., liar- Miller; Jeffersontown, Virgil U. M din.sburg J25 00 Elgin; The Temple, U. G. Foote; Glas- M. II. Heard, Hardiusburg ,. 25 00 gow, Robert IS. Brown. Lee Walls, Hardiusburg 25 00 IS. A. Lex, Hardiusburg 25 00 Honor and office to whom they are justly due. opened the first session of the Louisville Conference vesterday morning Heavy legitimate expenses will be incurred in our campaign and rally with some pointed and striking re including band, banners, printing, stamps, etc. Our rally on October 14th marks on the trend of modern thought Elizabethtown Station, C. A. Humph- each to the Breckenridge County PresiSpeakers of national and state as it affects the church. "An evil," he rey; Falls of Rough Station, F. R. dential campaign of 1912, but such part promises to be local democracy's banner day. Roberts; Supply Hardiusburg Circuit, of .said sums may be sent to State head- reputation will address, we hope, one of the largest assemblages of democrats in declared, "which abounds today, al the asserting our sever my official relation with it. Marriage Announcement. IS. II. Sheluian, Irvington 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Daniel announce T. J. Hook, Hardiusburg. . Vic. Robertson, Hardiusburg fiUam the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Virginia R., to Mr. Leon Kirk. The wedding will on October 5. Owensboro 'Messenger. f New Car For Cloverport Cloverport will take pride in boasting of a new automobile this week when O. T. Skillman of the Breckenridge Bank returns from Louisville Friday with a new machine. He has 'bought a Stanley Steamer car which will be something new in this part of tha country. Mr. Skillman will attend the banker's convention. held his colt show nt WebJ. ster Saturday. There was a good bunch of colts in the ring, and the judges were some time deciding where to place the Andy Board, colored, capribbons. tured the blue with a 10 cash premium, Dave Duncan Mentioned. and John Lyddan the red and $5 cash premium. Win. Hall's mule colt got Treas. Campaign Committee. Now that George Casperke, the the 8 premium. The sire of the horse Democratic leader of Meade cpun- Misses Eva and Edith Plank were colts, Oscar, is an imported coach horse ;ty, has accepted a line bus'ness oiler to guests of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris in and cost f 2,500 to import. He is now 12 years old and for sale, Mr. Mays .gf South, which eliminates him as a Louisville liut week. wants to retire from the business. K. Mays hust-;lls- g Matthias Miller, Hanlinsbuag . . Hreckennuge News, Cloverport... D. C. Moorman, Glen Dean John D. Shaw, Hardiusburg 1500 T, II. Withers, Hardiusburg 10 00 J. F. Miller, Hardiusburg 10 00 Paul Compton, Hardiusburg 10 00 Cleve Hcndrick, Hardiusburg ... 1000 Mercer & Mercer, Hardiusburg. . 10 00 Louis Perkins, Amnions 10 00 10 00 John O'Reilly, Hardiusburg A. N. Skillman & Son, Hardius burg 5 00 M. U. Kincheloe, Hardiusburg. 5 00 II. C. Murray, Hardiusburg. . . . 5 00 1 00 Moorman Ditto, Hardiusburg.. 1 00 D. C, Walls, Custer 1 00 J. T. Walls, Hardiusburg Respectfully submitted for publication this October I, 1912. JNO..D. SHAW, 25 25 25 25 25 25 00 00 00 00 oo 00 In addition to the expenses of the local campaign and rally, we have to meet a heavy assessment for state and national purposes. The people are financing this campaign, without corporate aid, and we will receive no assistance from state or national headquarters. Breckinridge must do her part. Ten of us subscribed $25.00 each, and we depend upon you for the remainder. I believe in publicity in campaign matters. I have, therefore, declined to handle the financial end of the campaign myself, as has been the custom, and instead, have appointed Mr. John D. Shaw Campaign Treasurer. The receipts and disbursements of campaign funds will go throught The Farmers Bank as any other account, paid by check on the Treasurer, and subject to public the history of the county. most world wide, is the materialistic grip. It dominates all social and re ligious life. Tile idea is prevalent that the universe is governed by impersonal laws, and the personal Christ is left out. The resurrected Christ is being elimi nated. The need of the hour is for the church to catch a new vision of the risen and triumphant Head of the church. Not a Christ of Gallilean hu inspection. Believing that the heart of every local democrat beats with pride and hope, when we review the recent conduct and accomplishments of our party in state and nation, and asserting my faith in your united support of our efforts in the campaign of 1912, I am, For Democratic success, and those who bring it about, Very respectfully, HRNRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN, Chairman Breckinridge County Executive and Campaign Committees. May's Colt Show. Mrs. miliation, but the high, priestly Christ, glorious in power." Dr. 15 G. 11. Mann, of Lexington, editor of the Central Methodist Advo-- , cate, preached to a great audience in Methodist the afternoon. An scene followed. At 7:30 p. m. Dr. Ed. F. Cook, for many years president of tho Deaconess Training School, of Nashville, Tenn., delivered the address at the missionary anniversary- - His theme was one calculated to bring the subject of home missions before in a new and striking light. old-tim- e Dedication At Harned. Happy Young Mother. Mary Keenan is the young mother of five children, the oldest be- Wilson Leads. a, The Harned Methodist church will glad to think ' I'm not bound to make tho world go right; But only to discover and to do "With cbcorfui heart tho work that God appoints. I will trust in Him That Ho can hold His own; and I will take His will above tho work IIo sondoth mo To bo my chiofest good. Tha glory is not in tho task, but in tho doing it for Ilitn. I am Give Best Assistance. Jean Ingelow The Modern Woodmen of America gathered at Mrs. Rssle Bandy's place, near Irvington, Thursday and cut the corn for her. Mr. Bandy die J last April. He was a Modern Woodman and had a thousand dollars insurance. Besides Mrs. Bandy receiving the money from this order, fche is the recipient of every attention from the members, who look of their after the widows nnd brothers del-ease- 7 7 Seven straw votes taken in Ohio, be dedicated Sunday, Oct. 13, Rev. J. West Virginia, Kentucky, Buffalo, T. Rushing will preach the sermon. ing nine nnd the youngest four days N. Y., and Detroit, Mich., give the fol- The first Quarterly Meeting for old, Mrs. Keenan is twenty-seve- n lowing result: Circuit will be held Saturday, of years old, nnd the grand-daughtRoose- - Oct. 12. Plan for Hardinsburg circuit the late J. D. Wilson, of Cloverport. Wilson Taft velt th s year, Hardinsburg Hirst and third She is the mother of all mothers, she Ohio 408 Sundays, 11 a. in. and 7:"J0 p. m 940 300 has all her cares alone. She has missed Indiana 1376 576 1077 Harned second Sundays, 11 a.m. and but few work days this summer, raised West Virginia 143 49 519 7:30 p. in. Kirk, Fourth Sundays, 11 ,a. a good garden, large tobacco crop, Kentucky....' 1730 1170 m. Glen Dean, Fourth Sunday nights 591 canned 30 gallons of fruit besides house Buffalo, N. Y,,.... 711 184 482 and Fifth Sundays. M. L. Dyer, paswork. That is quite a task and yet this Boston 12 109 39 tor. fine boy baby which is now four days Detroit, Mich 576 1207 352 old weighs 9 pounds and has been Returns To Illinois Home. named Charles Virgil Keenan. 2248 6576 4071 Mr. and Mrs. Keenan are proud Miss Bertha Walls returned to her young parents, and the writer Is bound home in Springfield, III., last evening. Notice To Tax Payers to say both are hustling young folk. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Your city and school taxes are now L. C. Taul says It's the place to stop Johu Burn and daughter, Miss Edith due. My office is in the Bank of Cloverfor good grub, and a fine place to be Burn, who will visit the Walls' home port. Please call and settle. treated the very best. two weeks. Miss Walls is the niece of L. V. Chapiu, Tiisc Collector Written by a friend that knows them Mr. Burn and has been here since earwell and wishes all success. ly last spring. She is very popular A Million Hames. among the young girls and boys here Win Prizes At Memphis. Thos. Smith says his company, the and It is like giving up a "home girl" Won 14 first premiums, 0 seconds and Tell City Hame Factory, is operating 25 to see her leave. She entered Into all between Leavenworth and their pleasures and her attractive per 3 thirds; 4 championship and 2 grand sawmills championships and one cup here.' Wal- Lewisport, getting out hame timber. sonality was delightful to all who mt her. ter J. Moorman, jr., Memphis, Tenn. They want stock (or a million hames. Har-dlnsbu- rg .-- " 4 y 'I ELECTIONJFICERS Selected By Election Commissioners For Sorvico In No vember Election. At a meetlugnf the Election Commissioners for ISrcckinrldge County, Ky., held at the Court House In Hardins-burKy., on the 10th day of September, I9I2, present Dennle Sheeran, J.V St. Clair iind G. D. Shellman, the persons were nppolnted to serve as election officers In their various precincts. (lardinsburg, No. 1. . J. E Monarch, Clerk; C. M. Heston, MiSheriff; G. P Hall, Judge. Jos. ller, Judge. Hardlnsburg, No. 2. Taylor Heard, Clerk; SherlfT; Virgil Goodman, Davis, Judge; Tom Milt H Here's Your Chance to Help Democrats Win. g, fo- - "Quality's Sake" use ' Lewisport BEST IT IV Flour Send One Dollar to Contributors' Wilson and Marshall League and Get Certificate EANS PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us I it For Framing. Tho Contributors' Nntlonnl Wilson nnd Marshall league has boon organized with W. O. McAdoo. rlco chairman of the national Democratic committee, ns president. Charles It.' Crane, vice chalnnnn of tho finance committee of tho national Democratic committee, ns treasurer and Stunrt G Glbboney ns secretary for the purpose of aiding In raising funds for tlin nntlonnl campaign by popular subscription. In furtherance of this purpose lithographed certificates have tx?en prepared, suitable for framing, on which are engraved portraits of Governors Wilson nnd Marshall and their siutogrnphs and which certify that tho holders have contributed to tho nntlonnl Democratic campaign. The denominations of theso certificates arc $1, $2, $5, $10, $25, $50 LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky Gregory, Judge. Hardlnsburg, No. 3. Hubert DeJarnette, Clerk; Abe Sheriff, R. A. Heard, Judge; D. S. Miller, Judge. Hardlnsburg, No. 4. Jube Hook, Clerk; Samuel Jackson, Sheriff; Mike Miller, Judge; James! L Hall, Judge. Clovcrpnrt, No. 1. Allen Waggoner, Clerk; R. S. Carter, Sheriff; J. C. Mattingly, Judge; Henry Solbrig, Judge. Clovcrport, No. 2. J. A. Barry, Clerk; Roscoe Laslle, Sheriff; L. L. Mitchell, Judge; Joe H. Smart, Judge. Clovcrport, No. 3. H. A Oelze, Clerk; Horace Newton, Sheriff; Candor Hlack, Judge; Marion McGavock, Judge. Balltown. J.J. Keenan, Clerk; T. M. Hawkins, Sheriff: T. M. Hates, Judge; W. B. Taul, Judge. Tho league supplies these certificates to clubs In large numbers, so they may bo issued when contributions are made. It Is believed the solicitation of funds will be greatly aided by this method!. Tho namo and address of each contributor should bo forwarded to the Contributors' National Wilson and Marshall league, room 1,308, Fifth Avenue building, New York city, where a complete record of all contributors will be kept. A facsimile of the artistic certificates issued by tills league follows: and $100 Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Jeff llambloton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, O. E. Keith, Elizabethtown . $ 5.00 25.00 5.00 rV MmMmmMmmmUmi N? f:jmmmwmA 1UIZ $1?? RfyflH 'oL.fltiLajH For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine i.s in good condition; has been run about 4 years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. lias all neccssaiy pipes, gasoline tank which holds about 30 gallons; has. detachable gasoline pump and a natural gas attachment. Keason for soiling entirely too largo for my purpose. For further information call on or address ... Wr76rvtffc&n- - l ,',.?0?im,L,,,ih, tfj)9 MrjfyiyuiAucryiwnncXfiac .g ?c 'Ui, rftrfaj&re&Auiu'A' Ki v mum M alaMiaa ml to ftaff fmum ImH m. mm jpJjhj6., iiS-- - rf rc ( j. MX su-- Stephensport. S. H. Dix. Clerk; A. V. Whitworth, Sheriff; J. T. Hashum, Judge; Pete Macy, Judge. Union Star. K. iff; Mtut W1M MO m M MM Il&UmL dm . 4likmM f m tnrt iMittrtittiwr kmixh MfWtMrHMHawHi4Mll, "l!" MM fmm "PM WWWWUW- - kllMl IIMB M mm mm. rt mnii HU pm W Uma """I "f n. ji ,., S. m u JN0. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. j rstjA,Lf . IBM faj,0. Cart, Clerk; V. S. Cart, SherJohn V. Brown, Judge; John Avitt, M 4 a nt An Old Hickory Wagon We Want Good Agents To solicit subscriptions and present our various Magazine. Mao and Book Offers with Clubbing, Judge. Alooleyvllle. Edwin Egert, Clerk; Sam Hardest;', Sheriff; G. H Cunningham, Judge; II. G. Vessels, Judge. Webster. R. Claycomb, Clerk; Berry Norton, Sheriff; A. S. Dye, Judge; K. D. V. StClair, Jude. Irvlngton Smith, Clerk; J. ' B. Herndon, E. U. Sheriff; D. W. Henry, judge: Earl Ben- nett, Judge. Hewleyville. V. Keith. D. C. Heron, Clerk; Sheriff; Chas. Blunford, Judge; C. H. Drury, Judge. Big Spring. T. Norris, John Morris, Clerk; V. J. Miller, Judge; C. C. Martin, Judge. Custer. Sheriff; W.T. Romine, Clerk; Joe Sheriff; V. V. H. Tinius, Judge; Trent, Charles D. J. Quig-ginCarter, Judge; Mack II. Quiggins, Judge. Mook. Sheriff; D. D. Alexander, Judge. Hudson. Minor Gregory, Clerk; s, Homer Pile, Clerk; Pleasant Tucker, Sheriff; Finley Galloway, Judge; Camll-lin- s brane, Judge. flcDanlels. Henry Cannon, Clerk; John Carlisle, Sheriff; Joe Glasscock, Judge; Frank Rhodes, Judge. fllen Dean. R. E. Moorman, Clerk; W. T. Cane, Sheriff; V. R. Moorman, Jr., Judge; B. A. Whittlnghill, Judge. Rockvale. Rufus Hasham, Clerk; Walker Baxter, Sheriff; Ioe Rebarker, Judge; Chas, L. Fisher, Judge. We respectfully certify the foregoing as Election Officers for the November Election, I9IU, as chosen from a list submitted by the Democratic and Republican County Committee. Witness our handi this Sept. Hkln 1013. Dennie Sheeran, Chairman, J. V. St. Clair, Secretary, G, 1). Shellman, County Election Commissioners. Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge aud long experience, vl., Mrs. P. II. nrogun, of Wilson, Pn,, who says, "I know from experience that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is far superior to any other. For croup there is nothing that excels t," For sale by all dealers. l.., V Tf' ' SubsdKhe Today! "Nf Garfield. Jy.; Kdltor News; dear sir: have been requested to give an SHE IS CHEAP AT ANY PRICE" of my visit to Louisville Ht the State fair and the Kentucky Wagon Tim Atliintu Constitution I will be glad to do so factory. through the columns of your paper if "Girls are so dreadfully expensive." Dr. L. O. Bricker has began his new you will allow tne space. series of popular S nday evening says John. Well, iu these days of the I will begin by saying my visit to sermons at the First Christian church, high cost of livmg, they do como a litLouisville was a very pleasant one, as under the title, ''Between John and tle higher than they used to, but if 1 was permitted totravel overa goodly Mary," dealing with the sacred and jou haupen to get the right one she portion of her many beautiful' streets. benutiful things which may come out is cheap at any price. All good things, My visit to the State fair was one that of the love of a man and a maid. His pretty and delightful, charming and 1 shall lung remember, because of its subject was "John, and Ills Duty to the useful things Hre expensive; and a good many benefits, for there it wasthat I wife is all of this, and more, and if she Race." saw what Kentucky really is. A few After recounting the story of crea- costs a bit she is worth it. And as to things that I saw are: a few of the tion, and inquiring as to the primary g.rls being expensive, they are not nation's Hnest race, saHdle and eduand fundamental reason for the exist- nearly so expensive as they look. To cated horses: cattle weighing f.om ence af a man, Dr. Bricker spoke in look at a glrl,in full rigging, top sail .',200 to 2,7u0 pounds each; several and all, fairly takes a man's breath part as follows: hogs weighing from 600 to 1.000 pounds; it is the plan and purpose of God, away, if you try to estimate the cost some very line sheep aud some excelaud the demand and expectations of of upkeep, but to look at ner lakes lent poulty.as well as the best of all nature, John, that you should some dy your oreath nwaj anyhow, so what's kinds of.aericultural and horticultural meet a maid, fdll In love with her, the difference? products. marry her and become the father of a The real reason why John don't marBut my visit Sept. 10, '12 to the family. In short, having beer created ry Is that he is afraid. Ho is afraid Kentucky Wagon Factory was one of a man, you are expected to fulfill the of love. Love is the supreme test of It smites great Interest, though it Is of no use to functions of a mn. This is the first life. It tries every soul. and greatest demand that nature every base thing in us, and refuses to say anything of the "Old Hickory" makes upon you,and this is the highest live in peace with meanness, sordid-ncs- wagons as they speak for t lemselves. or seliishness of any kind. It de- I wish to mention a few things about and best tiling she has, to offer you. In the face of this established fact mands nobleness. When It lirst comes, the great Kentucky Wagon plant and why are there so many bachtlor Johns? we leap to it, for It is the most glori- why the "Old Hickory" Is so reliable. John says it U because he lias never ous thing iu the world, and then we About the first thing of note that I Alas, noticed was their lumber yrd which found the woman tho Lord intended discover its fatal requirements. Tn him to marry. That is because you we must be good,and wo must he great. approximate value is $1,000,000. have not been looking, John; or maybe And we are afraid. And because Ihcy that yard they keep lumber seasoning you refused to recognize her when you are afraid, some put great love away from two to eight years in order that met her; or failed to speak to her when entirely. They choose littleness, be- nothing but perfectly seasonable lumber go into use. The second thing I cause it is more comfortable. vou recognized her. noticed was how carefully they selected theic lumber to see that nothing Imchildren, of whom three survive Mrs. perfect in any way was used; RAYMONDNEWS Jess Shaw, Mrs Ellis Stiff.and Roland. still more commendable, is thlrd,and after all One daughter died about thirty years the different parts of the wagon are ago. He is also survived by his aged again Robert Raiser Dies At a Ripe Old companion and eight grandchildren. manufactured they are examined which by an expert, and those parts He was buried in the Raymond cemeAge; Funeral Held Sunday tery Sunday at 2 p. m. after a short are not perfectly constructed are rejected. So you see it's no mystery that Several Personal talk by Rev. Q. C. Argabrlght. The the "Old Hickory" has been pronounAfternoon. family, especially the aged companion, ced 0!)Ja per cent perfect. I am quite Paragraphs. Other Notes have the sympathy of the writer. sure that if the farmers of our country John Urown and wile of Lodlburg are could take a walk through the KenL. T. Pollock aud son, Walker, were with us. tucky Wagon l'actory as I did they in Irvlngton Saturday. Miss Hettie Murphy of Rhodelia is would see that the far famed "Old Hickory," would be the wagon for Mrs. Sam Robbins or Amnions spent with Mrs. Z C. Heudry. them. Geo. Gregory, Sunday with her father, J. S. Ater. Mrs. Taylor Compton and little Garfield, Ky. Mrs. Chester Chappell and children daughter, Missiam,have returned from who have been visiting Wm. Chappell, Garfield. l'or regular action oi the bowels; easy, have returned to Irvlngton. natural movements, relief of constipaSeveral from a distance attended the Jake Hardesty and family visited burial of Mr Raisor's Sunday. tion, try Doan's Regulcts. 25: at all Jess Knott Sunday. stores. M. D. Cashman of Union Star was Miss Blanche Hall visited Mrs. at home Sunday. Roland Smith at Stephetsport SaturMrs. James Avltt and little son, Notice day. Norrif, are home from Clifton Mills. Mrs. Wm. Chappell, Mrs. C. L. Avltt and Milton Pollock are on the Thut resolutions of respect are J. W. Copelaud, Dayton, Ohio, pursick list. published at 51 cents per lino. Again death has come unto this chased a bottle of Cbauiberlaiu's Couju Pleiiso do not send obituaries to neighborhood and laid claim on an Remedy for his boy who bad a cold, aud tho News without expecting to aged cltized, Robert Raiser. He was before the bottle was all used the boy's pay for tho publication of this born Feb. 18, 1830, died Sept 28, 1913 cold was gone. Is that not better than five dollar doctor's bill? For kind of matter. He married Miss Naccy Adkisson in to pay a sate by all dealers. 1831 and unto this unlcti was born four 1 s, ('IF YOU GET THE RIGHT GIRL WE TRl-WEEKL- Y CONSTITUTION h Monday, Wednesday, Friday, three times every week, almost a daily. Only $1.00 A Year With your own conveyance, you can work all the rural routes and small towns and rural communities in your sec tion. l.ll'jftlMl $5.00 to $7.50 Per Day Can be made on this splendid proposition. If you will write at once, yon may be first in your field and secure big orders. Write for an outfit today. All agents' supplies are furnished free. Give good references. THE TRI-WEEK- LY CONSTITUTION ATLANTA, GEORGIA H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Hardlnsburg, DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Residence Shellman Mouse ::: Kentucky Office Over Farmers Bank Good Stock Barn FARM FOR SALE 147 Acres Under Cultivation. Good hill land; orchard; lino tobacco land; well watered for under cultivation; 1 mile from river; 2J miles to stock; ono-nistation; good house, 0 rooma. 45x45 tobacco barn, 1f40 to 50 bushels of corn or 1200 to 1400 pounds of dark tobacco or 1,000 pounds of Burloy can bo raised to an aero. i?or iuuner miormation address ut two-stor- y t WATLINGTON BROS., : Stephensport, Ky. I DR. W. A. WALKER. 3 DENTIST 3 OFFICE OVER .WALKER'S BAKERY ... vr nu rawestt ...i ijcsi mciuoas in ucnusiry . ......... Up-to-Date :: IIARD1NSBURG, KY J Don't Fail to See Us For Job Work f &.. ,, ffimeral V WAR STORY. Basil Duke Tells Story How Jeff Sterrett Stopped a PrisonerHorse Captured. and Governor Wilson met nt a hotel here late tonight for tho first time since the campaign (started. They greeted each other heartily and chatted for several minutes. c Mail SHAKEJT Rid OFF 'It Tf . General Hasll Duke, of Louisville, ' one of the few surviving brigadiers of the Confederacy and the commnnder of IMorKan'fl Cavalry following the death General John KW his brother-in-lafcMorgao, told this story recently at a wreunlon Of the t tuvlvors nt the buttle Shlloh. He eald that during one of tho Ten- hessee campaigns Morgan's men sur prlned and drove back a regiment of Federal troopers. In the midst of the retreat one of the enemy, who was mo.mted upon a big bay horse, sud- denly turned and charged the victorious Confederates full tilt, waiving his arm and bhrieklng like mad as he bore down upon them alqne. Respecting such marvelous courage, the Confederates forebore shooting the approaching foe; but when he was right upon them they saw there was a different reason for ! -- Yourself Of Unnecessary Burdens. Orders Solicited I Bacon a son INCORPORATED Railroad Fares Rebated Don't bear unnecessary burdens. Burdens of a bad back are heavy. Get rid of them. Uoan's Kidney Pills are for bad neys For OUFL ANNUAL OF . SALE kid- His horse run away with himthe bit had broken; and, white as a sheet and scared stiff, the luckless youth was being propelled straight at the whooping Kentucklans, begging for mercy as he came. Jeff Sterrett, a n6ted wit of the command, stopped the horse and made a WHY willing prisoner of the rider. Sterrett, who had not washed or shaved for days and was a ferocious looking person, "Century" Writer Says It Seems pulled out a big pistol. "I don't know Other More Restful Than whether to kill you' right now," he said, "or wait until the fight is over " Countries. "Mister," begged the quivering captive, "don't do It at all. I'm a dissiIt is impossible for anyone who knows pated character and I am not preEvening France, and has felt the charm of the pared to die." The Saturday country and its people and who has Post. not? to approach French problems in If you have young children you have a severely critical spirit, writer James perhaps noticed that disorders of the Davenport Whelpley in the October Htomach are their most common ail- "Century," discussing "The Trade of ment. To correct this you will find France." The beautiful cities, the Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- - broad stretches of wonderful Corot lets excellent. They are easy and pleas- landscape threaded by marvelous roads, ant to take, and mild and gentle in ef- form the playground of travelers from fect. For sale by all dealers. other lands. No matter what Is sought, there it can be found. Tho gay life of Entire Family Poisoned the streets, the opportunity for the spending of money for beautiful things, at Elizabethtown. the charm of art and music, are offered Mrs. Rod Warfield and four of her to the guest of Paris. Those who seek children, Fred and Rod, Jr., and Misses the quiet and freedom of plain or forest Mary Jane and Stella Warfield, were have hot far to go, and a thousand victims of a sudden attack of ptomaine places, each seeming more attractive nbisonlne about three o'clock Thurs- - than the other, make their appeal for a d jtfdiy morning. The cook for the longer stay than the visitor can afford family was also affected at the The greatness of Fiance is of so refsametime. The family ate custard at cent a date that one forgets It is not noon and the cause of the illness is more distant. The whole country gives traced to this. Mrs. Warfield is still the impression of a quiet backwater confined to her bed, but is recovering, where one can put in for rest and end and Misses Mary Jane and Stella joyment, and without discomfort watch were ill yesterday. The other the turgid strenm of life in other lands three had a light attack. Elizabeth-tow- n as it rushes by. No other country sugNews. gests this feeliug in such a compelling Impure lilocd runs you down makes way, yet in these pushing times of modyou an easy victim for disease. For ern material progress it is all counted pure blood and soun'd digestion Bur as against her success in the internadock Blood Bitters. At all drug stores. tional struggle for the trade of the world, that prize which costs annually Price $ 00. more blood and money than did the final political dismemberment of EuLawsuit Settled. ' rope. The Century Magazine The lawsuit instituted by Jno. Travis and Kate Travis, his wife, to break the When you have a bad cold you want will of Emma Detterding; and which the best medicine obtainable so as to was decided against them in the coun- cure it witli as little delay as possible. ty court, but which was appealed to Here is a druggist's opinion: "I bave the circuit court, was settled on Thurs sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for day by T. L. Wheatley and wife, Mary fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of Wheatley, paying to the Travises sev- Saratogu, Ind., "and consider it" the enty dollars; the Travises to pay all best on the market." Pur sale by all costs. Hancock Clarion. dealers. Had Foster-Milbur- hbTfoolhardlness. 'He was a green recruit. lam., weak and'achlng backs: Lots of grateful endorsement to prove their worth. J A. Ualrd, R. I D. No. 5. "art-for- d, Ky., says: "I used only one box of Doan's Kidney Pills, but that was all I nctded to cure me of kidney weakness. For some time I had been troubled by sharp twinges across my ldins and other symptoms of kidney complaint. As I heard Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got a supply and their use cured me. I highly recj ommend this remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Blankets Comforts, Sheets, Pillow Cases Bed Spreads d attention among alert Housekeepers Attract Who appreciate Bargains make out your list now wide-sprea- 11.4 Wool Plaid Blankets, worth - COOK yL.oO .50; sate price, pair I lHHxtra Heavy Wool Plaid Blankets; $5 00 4- Blarvkets Bleached Sheets; size 81x00 inches; value; snle price, each 10-- 4 Sheets 7fc Cflp JUu FRAJKHARMS. Bacon's Banner Bmnkets both the warp and filling are wool; couldn't match them anyCM QC where for less than $6.50; our 41T.UU price, pair White Blankets; extra large size with pink or blue border, and blue or white silk binding tfC QQ worth $7 00; sale price 1 1- -4 S.pr: $3.45 Bleached Sheets; 85c value; sale price, each . .. RQn UOu Bleached Hemstitched Sheets; size S 1x99 PQp inches; sale price each.... ... OvJu Hemstitched Bleached Sheets; size 90x00 Inches; $1.00 value; sale price, each.. Scallopep Bed Sheets; size 81x00 Inches. To see them is to buv them; each lCp I Ju s 11-- 4 pair 4J. OJ Wool' Nap Blankets, with whipped edges: you would be willing to pay $2.00 for tf 1 AC PI them; pair . Wool Finish Elankets; extra targe siz-- O nice boft, fleecy finish; taped selvage, C RQ Wool Nap Blankets; with fancy pink or ffO flE bind blue border, with two-inc- h ing; sale price, pair fA.OJ Wool Nap Blankets; heavy weight; extra soft finish; worth fo.00; sale price ffQ QC QQp 0 Ju Scalloped Bed Spreads; extta large size for metal bed; priced for this sale M "7C Spread.-- ; .t" hemmed ready for use; value; sate price each $1 50 (M 4) I.UU nn Bed Sp eads; heavy quality; hemmtd, ready for (M Efl Use; l.85 quality, sale price, 4I.JU Hemmed and Hemstitched Pillow Cases Hemmed and Hemstitched Pillow Cases; nice quality cotton; size 12 x36 inches; worth 17c salo 1 O lp I price, each $1.50 Comforts for 85c Large size, warm Comforts; filled with white cotton; covered with good printed material; exceptional values QRp OJb at. each Robe Blankets Robe Blankets; size 66x78 inches; large assortment of designs; sufficient material to make a full size bath or lounging robe; $1.50 $2 00 value $2.75 Comforts for $1.50 These Comforts are well made; filled with lleecv cotton and cover- ed with a fine quality sateen in lloral and other good $1.50 designs; actual $2.73 Comforts for only I War-s-fiel- v: ary of land, A Keenan, and loo acres conveyed to Chester H. Ileavin, on Nov. 13, 19. loaving 305 acres, more or less, 111 said There is excepted War-fiel- the following . out of this bounddescribed . THE OLD RELIABLE 'HiMFitlllulir m 11 DUlIll . ,. l!.,.. ...1 f Hi.' Win. Mav natent 1'nrlr 1.1 "-. (1 crosses .1 um . .1- luul ITnr ntnlrn 120 .. . . uic uot patent corner, u. 11; m. rr:... '!',..... poles N. Spanish Owen Seaton's. field (formerly aXT rn . -. men oak and two aogwoous; , .1..... n. o? T1 poles then S. 29 W. 16 poles 33 to a red elm, plainly marked in J. M. . .,i- -a "i.i -,- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 AI11n.l'L 111 poles to a stake set up by Hop Mason, continuing same 23 poles N., .,,.,..- - ......I.. ;,, 1I1W of Lvncli to RurIU .ljlll.l .....vjw ... . llett; then 5. 83 U. 10 wnere uil- line 111 l,.RuMu 41w W1l ftlllV TKlIfMlL iiiic: men c ...:n. .1,,. Tnv tvitptit 1 18 notes to the beginning, containing 26 acres more or Will. lLIUCII lltlV.1 then N. 71 ., ... UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. 40 YEARS i Per Cent on Time Deposits JE less." Taft And Wilson Meet. Joston, Sept. 20. President Taft COMMISSIONER'S SALE Woman's Suffrage? Whether you do or not you will enjoy reading every chapter of the new serial we have arranged to print The Women's Candidate A tale with situations as ridiculous as they are daring, but wholesome and up to the minute. Jf yeu ifcW Jett't a (MM ttory fod ww. thlt Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. W. II. Lynch, Plaintiff) Equity No. 3189 Against Gid Burdett, etc., Deft. ) By virture of a judgment and order of sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, ren dered at May term thereof, 1912, in the aoove cause, lor 111c sum 01 piyju, nineteen hundred and fifty dollars, credited by 5318.41 of even date of note. $1950 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 13 day of November 1906 until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Hardinsbnrg, to the highest bidder, at public auction, 011 Monday, the 14 day of October, 1912, at one o'clock, p. 111., or thereabout (being circuit court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described propBeginning at a pile of stone erty, t: between two white oaks and a red oak pointers in the original line of Lewis and Helm's survey; thence with the same N. 220 poles to a stake near an old road and corner to May's 4,44oacre survey; thence with the lines thereof S. 85 degrees, K. 200 poles to a white oak oil the side of the drain; thence 8, 60 degrees, U. 346 joles to a white oak anil dogwood.l'leas-un- t Eudon's corner in May line; thence with said Hudson's line S. 37V! degrees W. 130 poles to a hickory, and three sugar trees, in the fork of a branch; thence down the same S. 88 degrees, W. 230 poles to a white oak and elm in the mouth of Long Branch jthence down Tar Fork N. 33 degrees, W. 74 poles, S, 55 degrees and 3 poles to two hickories and elm oppssite the mouth of Long II ranch; thence N. 71k degrees, W. 94 poles to the place of beginning; and containing by survey 458 acres more or less. Anil reserving Out of said boundary about 5 acm .theretofore conveyed to Larry to-wi- "lleginmng at the Second Tract: corner of the Win. May 4,440 acre survey; then S. 85 K. 106 poles to a stake 111. in the old Mason line, also the May line; then N. 24 poles to the line made by Warner or l'latt, filed ns the ttue line; then N. 85, W. 106 poles to where said line would intersect the nt. May patent line of 2,000 acre survey; then with said line S. 2tples t0 thc acres, beginning, containing 18 . more or less." Or sufficient thereof to pioduce the sums of money so ordered to be made for the purchase price, the purchaser, ...HI. n...w,..,.,l ciimKr iir siM'tlntieS. lllllst execute bond, bearing lefjal interest r p.lu ....til miifl mill tl.iv. " llUIll .i. llil' .f lll .1n. Ul " ing the force and effect of a judgment. payment of pur-i- .l Lein retained to secure TiMi1r will lie nrctiarcd ...num. to comply promptly with these terms. mm Approximated ueiu, LEE WALLS, $2,286.63. Commissioner. CARRIE L.' WALLS, Deputy. 33-1- . . Gov. Wilson's Courage a 2&G3ZZ&Z2Z&Z&ZZ ("., 111u.-rc.1- 1 ".-,,, Sick headache is caused by a disor- dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's Tablets and correct that and the headaches will disapDear. For sale by all dealers. McQUADY Mrs. Henrv Burden and children of Sample were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bates. Misses Nellie and Margaret Sherron, Halite Beatty, Francis Rhodes, and Roy McCoy attended the institute at Hardlusburg Mr. and Mrs J. A. Marshall of Sample are visiting relatives. Owen Laslle is ill. Fred Davis of LocuBt relatives Sunday. HID visited There are few public men of the courage of Governor Wilson. He stands for a principle and dares defend Iteven at tne risk of failure to realize his ambition. He had rather be' right than President.aud the people will love him for making enemies of those who wear the livery of Democracy, the better to serve the devil of Plutocracy, It was Senator Smith of New Jersey and his Clique who, twenty years ago, made it impossible for the Democrats to carry out their platform promises as to the tarilL Lie was a reactionary then and Is a reactionary now. He wanted to misrepresent the state of .New Jersey again In the United States and claimed that his advocacy of a high protective tariff Is In the interest of the working man, a most arrant absurdity. The meu who grow rich by the tarill are not the friends of labor and no taritt was ever designed for trie laboring man. Governor Wilson has uo patience with such utterances or twith the men He boldly declared who make them. that Senator Smith must be beaten and by a man who stands for policies changed by circumstances and altered by necessity of politic. In other words that he would stand for no man who does not stand squarely on the progressive platform adopted at BaltiThe result was Smith was more. beaten by 20,000. All honor to such a man, and he is sure to receive It from the people whq love honesty in politics and uprightness and Integrity In men. RURAL TELEPHONES M,r. 1 armor, tiro you interested? If so, call on thomanagorofthe Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Fanners Lino" rate. v 1 Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph (Incorporated.) Co. JS53 5?& ?SSS?SS?2JS??3??2HS i555?2??5S2K5S'33&?3& Big Bargain in a Farm! 261 Acres good land for $1,250 This land lays on Tnr Crook ono milo west of lialltown. It "rows good corn, tobacco, wheat and clover. Splendid for raising tock. 25 acres good bottom land, remainder hilly. It has good 4 room dwelling, now; veranda and porch; tobucco and feed barn. Reason for selling, moved to Louisvillo. This is ono of tho be.t farms in Breckonridgo county for tho price. For further particulars hoo Sam Matthews, Cabot, Ky. or JOHN MATTHEWS, 925 Gross Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 1 If it's your ambition to own a farm or a country place of any kind get full information of all available property by making use of TiieBreckenridjje News Real Estate Ads. All of our tobacco is about cut. Svibscribe Now .... ,y m THE BREeKENRIDGE Issued Every Wednesday. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGF, Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1912 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON of Now Jersey South's Confederacy, and yet you now come among the eons of the men who died for that cause and try to llattor them into following your bullish advonture. "This ia a New South, but it is tho child of tho Old; and, while. sympathies arc today as broad as tho Union, its heart is nono the its less warm or rovoront to tho memory of its sires. It nurses no rancor of sectionalism. Had you fought against its futhorp, Col. Roosevelt, as did thousands of bravo men, that could never havo been held against you; but when In tho peaceful time of returning friendship, you went out of your way to slander them, you thon forevor barred yourself from our political consideration. , "Go home, Colonel! Go homo and rcgalo yourself on those pages in which you belittled unci falsilicd tho lives of Southern leaders. you fancy that tho phurisaic poo you havo recently hssumed on tho negro question will win you this- section's support, you aro pitiably deceived. You havo hi raddled this issue in both tho North and tho South, fraternizing with tho negro there and execrating him hero. "Do you think wo are so stupid as not to seo through this two- faced and impudent gamu? for tho support of tho negro "Did you not bid delegates at Chicago? "Would you over have pretended this sudden change of heart, had you succeeded in capturing the machinery of that party as you violently strove to do? "Why was it, Colonel, that you never awoko to the corrupting influence of tho colored delegates from tho South until you found that thoy would no longor sorvo but would embarrass your political schemes? The whole country knows that no Republican ever went further or stooped lower than you for these same negro delegates when you needed them to run your particular machino. "Certainly, tho Southern people know that never since tho days of Reconstruction was there a Republican President who antagonized their sentiment in this regard so Jlagrantly as you. You doggedly retained tho negro Crum as Collector of tho Port at Charleston over the protests and appeals of tho white citizenship of that community. "In uttor disregard of not only thocclings of tho South, but also tho decencies of you office, you dined Booker Washington at tho White House, receiving him on tho most intimate terms of social as well as political equality. "You closed tho postotlicO at Indiunola, Miss., and told tho peo-pl- a there that if they would not accept you negro postmaster, thoy should be deprived of tho mad service. "And only a few months ago, did you not stand bofore a gathering of national note and, with your arms around two negro politicians from the North, proclaimed them 'tho equal of every white man within tho sound of your voice.' "Go homo. Colonel Go homo and apologize as best you can to tho colored brethercn whom you consider your 'equals' in tho North; but as for tho Smth, what you havo dono speaks so loudly that wo cannot hear what you say." Y '- - i.i ;L Announcement From Louisville H"S Miss Alice B. Hickcy has Moved her Millinery Establishment from Fourth Avenue to 423 W. Walnut, between Gutman's new store and the Henry Watlerson Hotel. THE DESIGNS OF POR REPRESENTATIVE BEN .JOHNSON J VICE PRESIDENT TIIOS. MARSHALL of Indiana U. "If - FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY arc shown with pleasure to nil those interested in tho now styles. If you ennnot call to seo them your order can bo supplied by n letter of request to the establishment or to Miss Addio Graham Ditto, 1223 South Hrook Street. V, might-anduiai- 1 n Circuit Court Monday, October 14. Tho Fiscal Court is in session this week. Rend thu opening chapters of our new story. way down Eust. Ala. FASHIONS "Woody O' Hoy' we're for you FROM NEW YORK ' AND PARIS Courtesy from season to season. Efficient Workmanship. s Teddy made n narrow escape at Montgomery, missed a real live wire carrying: 3,500 volts. lie just " :? Tho fatherest back original "Wilson man is Dick May, of His declaiation dates from January 1, 1012. When a party has a real live chairman, who is willing to work and not afraid, you can expect results. Tho Democrats of this county have tl at kind of a chairman in Judge II. Dellavcn Moorman. Cornell University began its rollcgc work last Thursday with t),38i students and $1,000,000 in new buildings. A ninety thousand dollar poultry building will bo opened to hundreds' of students. Cornell started the firct systematic course in poultry husbandry in the United States. Do you know what Wood row Wilson's election to tho Presidency means? A wider range and a sounder basis of prosperity. It nlso means the emancipation of the countrys trade and commcrcofrom those fetters which tho Republican tariff, in league with great monopolies, has riveted upon the nation. And this is why the business men all over the country are for him. Miss Alice 423 VV. B. " Hickey Louisville, Kentucky Walnut St. , Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 See me for Cloverport, Ky. 1 anything in Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations Lightfoot and Mrs. Wni. Pum-phr- ey for the ccpies of The Bieckenridge News of September 11. To get the m was an accomrw elation indeed. We appreciate tho prompt ropoiiie to our advertisement. It's often a bit of trouble to lind tho old newspaper )ou want when you Mimt i- t- often wo would as soon look for a needle in a haystack. We thank Mrs. Robert Pierce, ner, Mrs. Sam Conrad, Mrs. J. L. AV. J. Owen, Mrs. J. II. Gard- HUNDRED HARDINSBURG PEOPLE And More "GO HOME, COLONEL." Colonel Rorseyelt's giceting at Atlanta. Following are a few in tho Atlanta Journal: pnitigiaphf fn m a two column edite-iia"Here's your hat Colonel. "The South isn't in your 'ring.' "It's high time you were hurrying home. "On your former visits to our State and section, you have found that considciatc welce me to which you weic officially entitled. Southerners aie by natmc a mannerly folk and they have always met you with the giaciousuessdue a President, or a former President of the Unit(d State; but, when you twist their hospitable greeting into an omen of politual support, you become rather presumptuous as a guest and, ceitninly, very foolish as a politician. "Vou seem, indeed, to have mistaken tho South for an African gume tiail, when; tho natives will ilock to dance for your sport and Inaguisoof sanctity, guzo spellbound on your strange trappings. you come to convert what you derisively call the Solid South; but be not deceived, doughty Colonel; U r, the eyes of this section have pieiecd your missionary makeup and (hoy seo you as the political adventurer you really are. "You may shout 'Armageddon' and sing 'Onward Christian Solcherubim yawn with disgust, but you will diers' until the young-eyemissionary field for a man of your doctrines never lind the South a and your record. Tho Southern people have longer memories than you imagine. "They have not forgotten your scorn of their heroes and their dead but sacred cause in the da)s when you cared nothing for Southern votes. "Thoy have not forgotten how you wrote of Jefferson Davis whoso memory is revered in this section at least as a traitor and a criminal. ""Who that is Southern born could over forget your vicious slander of Robert E. Leo, tho knightliest spirit of America's epic war? "You have trampled brutally on tho annals and tho ideals of tho l d Mentioned by the Excellent Correspondent Busy days. Week at the County Capitol-Instit- ute Miss .Myrtle Withers, of Clovtrport,' spent last week with relatives and Brings Many friends. -- Beard. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, has returned to her home after being Mrs. M. H. Beard's guest for a few Walter Brown, cf Garfield, attended the Institute Wednesday Mrs. Annie Bishop, of Louisville, is the guest of her .sister, Mrs. Taj lor Screen Doors, Windows andWire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime,' Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. All Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order ON Prudent; But Helpful observed in necessary precautions THOUGH thethoro is never tho least aro discourtesy or luck of consideration shown to patrons of this old, reliable institution. Instead, tho olliccrs aro anxious to aid and ubct any worthy cause toward tho creation and development of business enterprises in and around Irvington. "With ibis purposo in view, customers aro treated with tho greatest courtesy, and their needs root to tho full extent of their balanccsand responsibility. Wo would like to HELP YOU. Mrs. Barnes bought the Clayton Beard residence, and Morris Beard the INSPIRED AGAIN. carpenter's shop at the sale county TEACHERS court day. MissAlta St. Clair, of Webster, was L. T. Genres, of Owensboro, who the guest of her aunt, Mrs. N. Comrepresents the American Book last week. interesting visitor to the pany, was an Miss Angie Gibson, of Irvington, was Institute. in town last week attending the InstiJ no. P. Haswell, of Louisville, at tute ahd visiting several of her friends. tended county court last week. Mrs. R. B McGlothlan and Miss Mrs. Silas Miller and son, Robert, Viola C. Lewis, of Irvington, were the have returned to their home in Clover-po- guests Thursday and Friday of Mrs. after a week's visit to Mr. and Taylor Beard and daughter, Miss HanMrs. Zeno Hendnck. nah Beard. D. C. Walls has resigned his school Heston Drlskell has moved into the at Custer and gone to Louisville to en- David R. Murray property. ter the Jefferson Law School. Jess Walls has gone to Custer to finMrs. Mary Heston left last week for ish the school his brother, D. C. Walls, Leitchfield where she will visit her having resigned. daughter, Mrs. "Will Thomas, for three Mrs. Morris H. Beard spent the weekweeks. end with Miss Jennie Green at Falls of Zeno Hendrick and son, William, Rough. were in Louisville for a few days last Miss Carrie Walls left Monday for week. Louisville to enter Creager's Business Dr. and Mrs. Forest Lightfoot came College. over from Cloverport in their automo bilelast week and were the guests of Mrs. Hubert Dejaruette and son, J. T., opent Friday with Mrs. Andrew Mrs. Alvin Skillman. Elder. Miss Mary Helle Hasham spent last J. W. Guthrie has moved into the week here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Teaff property. Gus Shellman.' Mrs. G. W. Evans has gone to LouisMiss Nell Cashman, of Ilarned, spent ville to buy her fall millinery. last week in town as Mrs. Gus Mrs. W. L. Hashuin, of Stephensport, guest. Miss Mattie Reid represented the was a visitor in town Friday. Dr. S. P. Parks nml J. R. Wimp, of Western Normal at the Institute. Miss Reid read an excellent paper on Eng- Irvington, were in town on business Fri Wat-lington, PRICES AND ESTIMATES APPLICATION taKawrfcHkWWMIHBtt rt Shell-man- 's lish. day. If a good business chance came your way in the shape of a piece of property or a share in a thriving business, it would be very nice to write a check for the amount. If sickness or fire invaded your home, it would be nice to have money in the bank. It would be nice to have money in the bank, no matter what might happen, because it is a aghinst possible old age or sickness and poverty. safe-guar- d Rev. Felix Roberts, of West View, was the guest of his son, H. J. Roberts, and attended the Institute Wednesday. Prof. V. O. Gilbert left for his home In Frankfort Friday after having instructed the Institute for a week. Miss May Wntllngton returned to Irvington Sunday. Mrs. Chas. May and daughter, Miss Eliza May, of Cloverport, were In town Monday. Amos Wood, of Garfield, although not in the teaching profession this year, hit FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvingt on, Ky. J J. C. PAYNE, Cashier attended the Institute Wednesday, Mack Brown has returned to Eddy-vlll- e efter a visit to his parents, Senator and Mrs. Gus Brown. Mlsa Mollle Moorman, of Glen Dean, visited the Misses Hook at the brick hotel last week. Mrs. Fannie Hoard, of Garfield, visited in town last week. N. Wntlington is building a twelve room house on the old picnic ground. Misses Mary Aim and Martha Ilarntd were the guests of Mrs. Fred Sademvater last week. Miss Minnie Brown, of Kirk, was the guest of Miss Covu Durham Friday. Miss Bessie II. Wcatherford, of Ilarned, was a visitor in town last week. Mrs. Frank Payne, of Cloverport, lias been visiting her brothers, George T. and Frank Jolly, near town. Marion Weatherholt, of Clovernort. has the contract for frosting the win dows of the Baptist church. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000.00" THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. Ilardinsburf, Ky. advice, repairing or purchases T. C. , Lewis, Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hendrick 4hU children spent the week-en- d witk. Mk, 1 Haynes, near Union Star. ,fij Miss Ora I. Hendrick has returned t Cloverport after spending several days with Mrs. Deunie Miller. Mr. and Mrs, Win. Hendrick are vk iting in fatephensport. Willie Hoben lias gone to Louisville boro. Frank Teaff has bouirlit of W) ' to accept u position. For reliable jewelry and watches. Heard tlie property accupied by J. Mi While the JIanliiuburg Baptist Sun- - write or call to see me personally for Guthrie. -! day School can not boast of having so many holding the King's teachers diploma as Cloverport, wc arc glad to announce that our pastor holds one and your humble correspondent just last week received hers. There are several more who are going to take the course. Attorney Claude Mercer, accompanied by his nieces, Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner, spent last Friday in Owens . itvi&L4. . .. rJ S Breckenridge News. Showing ot True WEDNESDAY, OCT 2, 1912 US PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN DY THE ADVERTISING MILLINERY With tho deepest interest, each order was carefully placed for my Fall and Winter trado from tho best millinery companies. 1 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICES HP TTRltj Ranches in all the principal cities ANNOUNCEMEMS TEh FOR POLITICAL er Precinct nntl city Office J 2 50 ,;Ter County Offices I 6.00 er State nnd District Offices f If) 00 10 or Calls, per line 10 or Cards, per line 'or All Publications in the inter est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line take pleasure in showing in magnificent colors, models strange and dull, gold and silver, in beautiful reproductions of French patterns, iiIho tailored hats and hats for children. Hats Designed and Trimmed h IV 1 LOCAL BREVITIES family are moving in the LaHcist Marion "Weatherholt was in Hardins- house on Elm street. urg Friday. Mrs. Toney Nicholas was in Louis-ill- iss Tula Fenn js in Evansvllle. Mrs. Fred Fraize has returned from ersallles. Miss Rny Lewis Heyser is home from incinnnti. Miss Evelyn Hicks, Clowport, Ky. Friday. &. W. Davis, McQuady, went to Lou- - vllle Monday. J. H. Openohain, I'ellville, is InLou- ville this week. Mike Craham, Irvington, went to artford Monday. Mrs. Bettie Napper was here Friday om Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage went Louisville Friday. Bill Ciaycomb, Irvington, was at the ounty Brabandt, the photogrspher, will e In Irvlngton Saturday. Miss Josie Raitt was the gurst of lends in Hawesville last week." .Miss Lydia Lawson, of Louisville, is e guest of Mrs. Walter Graham. James Dowell and family and Lewis cCJoy left for California Tuesday. Eenr F. Beard is very low with tu berculosis at his home in Webster. Mrs. Brooks, of Henderson, is visit ing he?daughter, Mrs. T. M. Robards, Strictly tailored hats with a dash Janet stylo that counts at Mrs.Cord'rey's. Mrs. J. H. Wills and daughter, Miss fGensie Wills, were In Louisville Thurs day. New pattern hats of the new shades and shapes are shown at Mrs. Cordrey 's. Mrs. Leon McOavock and son, John, have been visiting her sister in Warsaw, Ind. Mrs. Raymond May spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Graham at Lewlsport. Mrs. Owen Rice, Tarfork, came up Monday to visit her son, Samuel Rice, at lrvington. Mrs. James Cordrey was in Louis- .ville Friday buying more goods for tne Seat-Monda' Quiggins & Beavin started their delivery wagon Monday. Gabe Pierce, of Holt, was in town Saturday. Says they have fine crops in the bottom this year. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hufnagle, of Cannelton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. George Reese, of Pine-vilwill attend the Bankers Convention in Louisville this week. Mrs. Henry Wendelken and daughter, Mrs. Frank White, and little son went to Louisville Saturday. Mrs. P. C. Smith has returned to Stephjnsport after spending several days with Miss Bertha Smith. Misses Mary Beard and Hannah Beard, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot Sunday. H. G. Yeager and J. A. Black aro in Louisville attending a meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. Mr. and Mrs. Harper, of Oakland City, Ind., have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory. Miss Mamie Miller has arrived from Louisville to take charge of the trimming department of Miss Evelyn Hicks. J. T. F. Owen, Glen Dean, went to Louisville Monday. He is being treated for skin cancer. Says he is improving Mrs. Stanley Mattingly. of Clover-por- t, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fenn, of German Ridge, Ind , last le, Dentistry, came home last Friday to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs. John Jarboe. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daugherty in the have gone to Morrison residence in Second and Chestnut streets. Their mother, Mrs Viola Jackson, is making her home with them. W. M. Caley, of Birmingham, Ala., was visiting his sister, Mrs John Burke, last week. His second visit in twenty- two years, and the occasion was a most happy one for them. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry, Sr., and family have moved into the residence of Mrs. English on the East Side. Mrs. English leaves soon to spend the win ter in the south with her daughter, Mrs. Robert McUwon. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Blanford, who have been spending tho summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blanford, Bewleyvillc, returned to their home In Washington City Friday. Mr. and Mm. Ernest C. B.ibbage lett Surday night for their home in Enid, Okla., after a visit to Capl. 'Row land nnd Mrs. Rowland. Mrs. Eliza Taylor and Mrs. Lucy Beard, of Hardinsburg, spent Sunday here with them. Miss Kennedy arrived Sunday night from Louisville to take charge of the trimming department of Mrs. James Cordrey. Miss Kennedy comes highly recommended and knows how to trim with style and correct taste. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice Pierce, of West Point, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pierce, of Linda Vista, spent Sunday at Rose Hill. The former have just returned home from Chicago and a visit house-keeping 5f? fS,45GJ&Ztfi&f& ;iVirl5i f W&. r t Tor Sale ia73fra?3H;aHa Barge ONK s. I I As Snug Sift.xlift. 10 In. llaw. KotIH, Ulovorpuit, Price Kjr. IfiO.OO Tor Sale Cider Mill ONIC Cider MllilnRooilion(lltl()ntlM.'onuHi'l time. Cn.l on Curl I.taliun, Clover-por- t. Ky, as a Bug in in a Rug get og eat Wanted AGENT That's the way you'll feel if you VANTKll-AKc- nt. Kltliorsex, for selllnjj a Rlolm vt tlio world A Rood nnswur- - no foolUhnosv Htiinip for VZ V. W. Mnrilii, Upper Sec, KtbiisvIIIu, ' win Ind. For Rent - 280 Acre Farm COR KENT A K( on farm of 0 nrrus ut Heed, llt'iidrrpon county. Mutt fiiivt-1'iifiru working futrr. kihmI mid tools, nnd u ui'iiputilo mun.iKt'r Forrest llayuis, Hit) Arlington Ave , Si. Ixnils, Mo, s piaiiKGts Lomrons i For Rent 70 Acre Farm COK KENT "0 acres of land well Improved 1 at I't'ttlt. Duvleis county. Must luivo Rood loams and tools and no a Rood worker. Forrest Uayrie,14IOAnliiRtonAvc.,8t Louis, Mo. For Rent Farm U od I 1 9P from us. The cold nights and frosty mornings are dwelling and outbuilding. Address Mm. V Lowry Hnllli, 118 W.4l!i Ht Owens boio, Ky. For Sale poll SAL.E--Uus 15 llreokeiirUlRi- - News, Cloverport, Ky. Watklns For linrso power stationery In Rood lr. reminders that Crimp is just over the hill Let us supply you. 50 cents up. Sale- - MortRaResand all kinds of IprbI blanks. ilreckunrldRu News, Cloverport. Ky. pOKSALE-Derus, Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. in Milwaukee. Mrs. Barney Squires returned home from Basin Springs Friday night. She Dentist Cloverport, served. fa.ll .1. trade. J. Muckenfuss, the spoke man, is perating at Lodiburg and getting a ne lot Miss of spokes. i Corda Fenn and Mr. Van tinkle, of Evansvllle, Ind., were quiet ly married the 26. Mr. and Mrs. James B Randall spent Sunday in Lexington with their son, Mr. Dwight Randall. brought her grandchildren, Elizabeth and Judith May Squires, to keep for their mother, Mrs. Andrew Squires, who continues to be very ill. Misses Mamie Adkisson and Elmer Keys, of Lodiburg, have been tho guests of Mrs. Joe Fitch. While here they were entertained at the homo of Mrs. Georgia French at Tar Springs, Mrs. Ora Hardin's country place, Mrs. Will Gibson's home in this city. f Mrs. Perry Nowall is in from the West and passed through Cloverport yesterday for Louisville to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGav-ocShe was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Baker in Hawesville. Mi&j Virginia Hudson leaves this week for Washington, D. C , with a party of ten Kentucky girls to enter Bristol College. They are under the chaperonage of Mrs. Tarvin, who is the official chaperone of that school and g visits has planned several for the girls during their work at Bristol. Mrs. Joe Sawyer gave a dinner Sunday in compliment to her sister, Miss Elsie Bannon, of Eddy ville, who is here for a visit Misses Susette and Francis Sawyer gave a slumber party in her honor Saturday night. The guests were: Misses Virginia- McGavock, Martha week. Miller, Jeannette Burn, Bertha Walls Mrs. Oliver Shellman and daughter, and EUie Bannon. Mary Bernice, were at Holt Sunday, the guests of her brother, Richard Robertson. BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES. Master James Blandford Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve iVilson, fs in We had good congregations nt both Louisville at the home of'his aunt, Mrs. services Sunday. The pastor preached lames Arnold. in the morning on "Covetousness," Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell and Dor and at night on "The Light of the othy SDent several days in Owensboro World." last week visiting relatives. They returned Saturday afternoon. The first Sunday after the Sunday A. B. Skillraan attended the Metho- School was graded showed a marked The attendance was dist Conference at Morganfield last improvement. week. Mr. Skillman was the guest of I43. The class work was good and orhis son, Charles B. Skillman, der fine. k. Kentucky be present Let every number at this service. Look Here! When You Want The choir will meet for rehearsal on Friday night in each week nt 7:45. Let all who will assist in the singing come to the practice. The pastor Miss Kuth Robinson and Mr. Wallace Hall at Maceo last Thursday night at eight o'clock. Miss Robinson is the organist of the Maceo Baptist church and the teacher of the primary class in the Sunday School. Gordon Payne was home 000 '000 united in marriage Insurance! 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The Insurance Man, Cloverport, Ky. esaHEBsasHUHs ; - i&tjim'&ibmym&bmwJa&wmA Low Reduced Colonist 000 Fares investment opportunities The early training of the child cannot bo too Visit 00 will Daily Sept, 25 to Oct. 10, 1912 the Great Northwest, Southwest and Pacific Slope Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Quiggins m Don't Forget When INSURING Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hambleton and On Wednesday night the pastor wilt Harry Hambleton, Jr., have son, and moved into the Lightfoot cottage in organize two classes in Teacher Trainingone In .the first book and on in Second street on the East Side. the sixth book. The seals have been Ben H. Parrish, Tobinsport, who is received for those who took the work taking a course in medicine at the Uni- in the second book, and these will be versity of Louisville, was at home Sun- delivered on next Sunday. day. This is hid third and last year. On next Sunday at the morning serH. Gerald Jarboe, of Chenault, who is attending the Louisville College of vice the Lord's Supper will be ob-- i 000 strongly urged. start a savings account. Wo pay a liberal interest on time deposits. If 51 Winter Tourist Excursion Oct i5,1912 to April 30, 1913 Fares The Farmers Hardinsburg, 000 Bank, Ky. SPEND THE WINTER IN THE SOUTH Homeseekers' Rates First and Third Tuesday's of Each Month For particulars nnd funeral information see thtit you cuii bo robbed as well as your property burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies. Yo write all form of Burglar CmpaLigrv Hedqiarters Ilnrdinsburf;, ICy., October I, 1912 R. L. LYON, L H. & Ticket Agent Irvington, Ky. Z St. L. R'y. f ETI) Insurance. Fire, Tornado, Plate Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortgages and other Legal Papers written and nil forms of acknowledgements taken. NOTICE TO DEMOCRATS: A meotinj of tho Breckinridge County Democratic Executive and Campaign Committees is hereby called for Saturday, October 5, 1912, at tho Circuit Court Room, in Hardinsburg, at Ono. o'clock p. m. Matters of urgent importance will bo discussed and determined. A great Democratic Rally will bo held at tha Court IIouso in Hardinsburg, on Monday, Octobor 14, 1912. Brass Band, good speeches and great day. If you have not joined tho County "Wilson and Marshall Club', drop Leo Walls, Seorotary, a card tolling him to enroll youi name. If you desire to contribute to tho campaign fund, send subscription to Jno. D. Shaw, Treasurer. All contributions of ono dollar or more will bo published. Yours for success, Hknky DeIIavkn Moouman, Chairman Breckinridgo County Campaign and Executive Committees Ml PHOTOGRAPHS FOR THE BIRTHDAY GIFT Cabinet and Other Sizes, Stylish and Artistic Mountings First-claFinishing and Enlarging. ss A irion Weatlierholt CliieiHtt, K. Complete Stock of Photo Supplies Special Attention Given to Mail Orders Mail ALL orders to Cloverport, Ky. BRABANDT'S STUDIO Vmmi Hart KWbcj Trwkle and Hetw Suspect It. Hjw To Dud Out. Mil n bottle or common glas with your jrater and let it stuuu twenty-fou- r hours, a brick dust scut- if ; TTl f 3 incut, or scUunir. AUW ur-T-'0 SP nT7j btrntgy or iiuik rrr7 ai 2G32a,irr ii appearance oi ten -- lB?K,,',ril Itlltlrllf'" Jl.Cry 3 J 1 imicatcs an tion of the too condiHd-noys; l ,i quent desire to mss it ornainln tli5 bark are aiso symptom that Ml vou tnc Kiuncyn and bladder arc out ot order Copyright 1913. Wctttrn Newspaper Union "I'll wait until they cramp," ho said nnd need attention. CHAPTER I. Whnt To Do. determinedly, crouching nt n respect-nblThere is comfort in the knowledge to ' You havo felt tho thrill of tho distance. expressed, tlvit Dr. Kilmer s "Thcro ain't agoln' to bo any core!" often Swamp-Roochase? Your pulses hnvo leaped llko the great kidney remedy, dogs nodding her golden head positively fulfills almost every wih in correcting rq arrow nt tho yip. yip of tho In close pursuit? You hnvo dashed and striving to keep back tho blushes. rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladdcrnndevcry part of tlieurinary Tho man seemed saddened. madly over fences, taking tho hurdles "Listen." sho said Foborly. "If I passage. Corrects inability to hold water without regard to personal danger ns you ngaln, I'd bo and scnlding pain in passing it, or bad tho prey suddenly sprang from Its expected ever to sco Hut I don't, and effects following use of liquor, wine or mortified to death covert and whisked Bwlftly into tho going to mako a clean breast of beer, and overcomes that unpleasant neI'm hazel hrush ahead 7 You hut wait! cessity of being compelled to go often Fancy! Did you ever hehold ten It, because," with maidenly modesty, through the day, and to get up many mo right!" times during the night. The mild and young "It served pretty, vivacious Ho waited patiently, nodding by immediate effect of Swamp-RoIs women chasing n handsomo man n way soon realized. It stands the hi chest bc- of approbation. perfect stranger through a dogwood "You're the first man that's como cnuscoiiisrcmnrKanie wamp, their drosses swirling high up to forest primeval In five health restoring propabove pretty ankles, their baying, weeks. this wcro hunting for mocca- erties. If you need a Wo medicine you should ghrleks of hysterical laughter? sin flowers when wo caught sight of have the best. Sold by you. druggists in "Catch him! Catch him!" shrilled slr.es. "'Girls! there's a man!' shouted and Uotnt BWMiiuKot4. leading lady a Blender blonde to tho may have sample bottle sent misspirit running ahead with an athletic stride, Hess Winters and In a you. of was byYou Address aDr. Kilmer & Co., free mail. chief it ior head and shoulders hack, her hair only awo setofout after deviltry, that N. Y. Mention this paper and fcminlno flash Tippling in the wind. t, would have died out at onco but rememberthename, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooand the address, Uingliumtuu, "Get him, Jackie!" panted a rav- when you ran well, it wns so funny enous brunette, close behind. "Darn wo ran after you. I'm something of a N. Y., ou every bottle. theso narrow Bklrts, anyhow. I'd like sprinter and I I got In the lend and to bo a man long enough to wear- " I didn't expect you would would " "Oh, gee this Is too much for from a perfectly proper young woman Tho man grinned. mo!" and a solidly built blondo with " 'A bird In tho hand is worth two who had ncvor been kissed except by a retrousse noso nnd a red sweater In tho bush!'" ho quoted. "I thought by well, by those who had a pertoppled onto a bed of moss under a you'd beat 'em nnd I but I hear fect right. I might say that he not Ihornapple tree and gasped for breath voices. Shall wo run away?" entic- only stole one but I believo It was a that persisted In several tho young lady claims ho ingly. chorus of chortles struggling for "By all means, no," sho replied se- stole. Ho not only is a thief, but " freedom. "Whom did he kiss? We demand verely. !" "Very well, then, I surrender to to know who tho victim was?" cried "Run, girls, run!" the culprit's lawyer, vindictively. you." "Go it!" "Overruled!" snapped the Judge. The girl shook her head. -Hot foot!" The mayor sighed. Things looked "I don't want you." "Whoo p!" "What, after chasing mo across black enough. A startled rabbit, aroused from his "Your honor," ho said apprehensivethat confounded swamp!" looking breakfast of alder shoots, sat up In meaningly at her wet and bedraggled ly, addressing the court, "I appeal for mazy bewilderment, took ono hasty Bklrt. a change of venue. I havo reason to glance and bounded away Into tho believe that the Judge Is prejudiced Sho reddened. mnrph grasses, his funny little tall "It is a woman's privilege to reject against me. I " bobbing through tho squashy places Judge Vlnlng pierced him with a even after sho has chased a man like a meteor of down. glanco. running freely, to cover." Ahead the man was "And you stand on your rights?" "Tho Idea!" she cried, with asperInking an occasional swift glance earnestly, but with mirth in his eyes. ity. "Sit down, sir." at tho foremost of over his shoulder "Well, anyhow. It wa3 worth it!" "I do!" positively. the foe. One by ono the pursuers "Why?" he persisted. ho shot back, resentfully. wore falling by tho way. their laughTho Judge blushed as she opened "Because!" ter becoming more and more distant. the hotel cook book and searched osHo bowed profoundly. Suddenly tho man swerved behind a tensibly for tho "Before great ash along tho trail nnd waited. conclusivo woman's I final and always to kissing againstcriminal act relative reason woman's will. seem to accept Through the brush behind he heard "Call tho first witness!" ordered tho the not bo deceived, leader coming llko a wood nymph, fair Inevitable but donot alwnys tho lady, 'things are what court. light and airy. they seem,'" quoting "I have caught d Pretty Molly McConnell, her The man crouched. She was upon you fairly on the first lap. I, too, head held nt a serious angle, him now. Agilely ho sprang from his shall. stand on my rights tho rules her dimples set in a solemn backhiding place and opened his arms! of tho game!" ground, took tho stand. of surprise, her "With a gurglo "Oh, here they are. Como on, girls!" "It was barely sun-uthis morncheeks as flaming red as the Oriental cried i an eager voice. ing," sho said, quietly, "when we set collidpoppy on a sunny morning, she Ono by ono nine warm, giggling out across the meadows after ed with his mnnly breast. Before she summer girls came into view, ranging Aurora was taking her matcould free herself, tho man's lips a galaxy of beauty beneath tho green utinal bath In dow as wo trudged were at hers, sipping tlio honey with trees. down Simon's hill and came to tho an ecstasy of delight! "Did you catch him, Jackie?" cooed bottoms. Just as we wcro about to "Oh!" she gasped, struggling. tho brunette. "Did you?" enter, wo saw the defendant skulking "Were you looking for me?" asked Tho golden haired one dropped her In tho wood. Somebody said, 'Man!' taking toll again and hold- eyes. tho man, and wo started In pursuit. Instead of ing her close. "Sho has er, sho did!" said tho surrendering, tho villain fled at top " she cried, "nut " between "But man, speaking for her. "Is this tho speed. We ran after him! Jackie kisses. And then with one free hand pack?" or, I beg your pardon, your honor, led she boxed him soundly on the car. "Who nro you. sir, that dares call the chase. I was second until I He let her go instantly, rubbing his us dogs?" demanded a caught my toe in a briar tendril and head regretfully. blondo with hair like flax. collapsed in an alder bush!" Sho stood staring at him, her laugh"I am the fox!" replied tho man. "What happened next?" encouraged ter given way to anger. Ho arose to his feet and put his Margaret Farnsworth, prosecuther eyes blazing. "How thumbs Into the armpits of his vest, ing attorney, brushing thostray "Sir!" a curl dare you?" a habit he had, facing them mock- from her violet eyes, and fixing tho "Never mind," said the mnn hum- ingly. witness with a steady eyo. bly, "I'll take it back!" coining nearer "I heard a scream from the wood "Look!" screamed tho short ono, and reaching for her slim waist. "ho is an officer!" ahead and then sounds of osculaSome lame philosopher has said tion!" Jackie started. that a woman with a sense of humor With a deft movement tho bru"I object!" Interrupted Attorney Mahas never been born. In refutation, nette reached forth and laid back tho son, striking a legal attitude. "There tho girl suddenly broko forth into lapel of his coat, peering at a tiny Is no evidence that this witness 1b an gold star, engraved. affection expert that sho knows any- "Oh, girls," sho cried dramatically, a ring of mischief in her voice, "look who's here; HIS HONOR, THE -- .dZ'HS' ta&ii? 5 ByronWilliams " fre- o t, lltho-llmhe- picking a burr rrom her skirt fld tossing It carelessly to the ftoor, "were, tho noises you heard such as to make you think that somebody was being, cr kissed?" ' "Walt!" Interrupted the defense, "I object on tho grounds on tho It's a hypothetical question and without proper foundation In fact," Impressively. Tho court hesitated. Finally, turning to tho witness, Judge Vlnlng asked: "What woro tho sounds llko?" ft flnmo of color lighting up her faco. Tho mayor mndo a mental noto of the color. "Well," begnn the witness soberly, "It sounded llko like tho old password of tho Elks 'Jolly corks!'" "Pulled?" demanded tho Judge, resigning herself to sacrifice. "Yes'm, your honor and smothered in honeyl" "Tlint will do!" determined tho Judge, hiding hor eyes behind her handkerchief. "Harriet Brooks." Ignoring tho state's attorney, " will you take tho stand?" Tho prleoncr nroso from his soap "Your honor," ho said gallantly, "in defcrenco to Mlno Host, from whoso culinary department thero wafts to mo tho unctuous call of fried eggs nnd waffles, and because of tho delicate situation tho victim of my assault may find herself In should tho case proceed, I havo determined to plead guilty nnd throw myself upon tho mercy of tho court. I I am guilty as charged. Guilty, I say and proud nf He sat down soberly, but his eyes were fastened on tho face of the Judge She turned upon him fiercely. box. Are You A Woman 0 Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 d ot lK:::::s!:r; VI Hing-hamto- fifty-ce- one-doll- VmEmEM n, It!" - cross-circuitin- raven-crowne- lady-slipper- s. red-lippe- d MAYOR!" CHAPTER II. "Guilty, Say, and Proud of It." "For this unseemly conduct, I, tho judge, fine you ten days at Squirrel Beginning tomorrow morning, Inn. you will be the servllo slave of the ten young women whoso feelings you have outraged. Tomorrow you will start alphabetically down the list and for a day you will do the bidding of the girl who falls to your lot. Whatever she Instructs you to do, you will do. Should you again transgress you will be bo fined for life!" savagely. "If, at the end of tho ten days, you havo acquitted yourself honorably, you may go your way In peace. Have you anything to say for yourself?" His honor arose submissively. "I accept the terms," ho said, eagerly. "I protest but I accept." "And should you desert," continued the Judge, "I shall not hesitate to use this evidence against you!" pulling from the front of her shirtwaist a bulky document. "Possibly you may recognize it!" tauntingly. Tho prisoner gasped. "My bill!" "Yes!" replied tho Judge, piercing him with a cold look of scorn, "you may well say, 'My bill!'" He bowed his head. "Court'B adjourned 1" Bnapped the Judge. "Breakfast Is served." I Mff rno aocument itseu is eviaenco enough, If given publicity, to lose you tho votes of almost every woman in the district. Such treachery as you havo In mind the drafting of a bill against woman's suffrage will not be countenanced by tho fair voters of this land, onco the facts are in their possession! "I trust you realize tho enormity of your crime and tho hold wo have on you. Should you bo unwlso enough to violate tho sentence ot this court, tho news of your duplicity will bo sent to tho women's clubs of your district, to bo followed by unimpeachable evidence in your own handwriting tho bill Itself. I am satisfied that your better Judgment will prevail and that you will servo your sentenco as becomes a gentleman and a candidate. This being Sunday, you will bo allowed your liberty to go and como as you please and fortify your mind against tho ordeal you are about to experience. On Monday morning you will Inaugurate your sentenco by beginning with Mao Andrews, whoso namo appears'flrst on tho alphabetical list. Mae is a stunning blonde with hair like spun flax nnd checks llko tho down of an Alberta peach. Sho is city broko and a high stepper, has a dozen Beau Brummels lnratuatcd and loves to see enamored men turn somersaults in the service of the queenly sex. You will do what sho tolls you even to Jumping through a hoop, should she demand It. "For purposes of assignment, I give you herewith the list of your owners and the days of your servitude, ns -- CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptl5t Church Llglitroot. Superintendent. Prayer Meeting p. m. naptist Aid society Wednesday Society meets Monday after Srcond- Sunday, ovrry month. Mrs. A. II. Sklllman. President Pr iichiDR t'very hundav at 11:00 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Kov. E. O, Cottrull. Pastor. - nmitUt. Riirdiiv School. 0:30 11. m. O. R. flethodist Church 6:45 jiuj'.i neliiHi. Suncrlutendcnt. Preaclilrtr every! Sunduy'ul. 11 a. m. und7:30p. m. Kratik Lewis i'ustor. I'riiyc r meetinx wconesaay. :3up. a m. Epworth LenRue. regular service Sunday I Tan Th lA.l.nln, D..Mn. Crtkn1 uiovnt ui. itJCllluuiaii cuiiuujr ouiuui, IliMn Mn p, m: business meeting flrst Tuesday! Mcht cacn month. .Miss oiarearito Utim.i President. Ladles' Aid Foclety meets first! Monday each month Mrs. Forrest l.lghtfoot, jl President. Ladles' Missionary Society meets second sunauy in every month. Mrs. virgiii Iluho.ige, President. Choir practice Friday! niKlitTiSO, A. 11 Murray. Director. Preshvterinn Church Sunday School 9'i u ra. Conrad Slpp 1. Superintendent. Preaching nvery Third Sunday, Uev. Adair Minister. PruyrfrmeetliKTutsduy. 7:80 ) m LiJoIas' bird Aid Society mecls UedrtFfluy niter ut dny every month. Mrs Chns. Salteflpjd: President. l'reslytrlsin Catholic Church First Sunday of each month. Mi.sn.cermon, nnd Itcned.ctlon. 0:00 a. m.. other tlirm Sun days at 10 15 a. m On week days Mats at 7:fC u. m. uait'cncuca. instruction tor the ciiua ren on Saturdays at 8:30 a. m., at.d on Sun days at 11:30 a, m. and 2:30 p. m. Subrcribe Today! SUBSCRIBE Now! follows: "Monday, Mae Andrews. 'Tuesday, Mabel Arney "Wednesday, Harriet Brooks NOW .. .FOR THE... "Thursday? Margaret Farnsworth "Friday, Xllce Mason "Saturday, Molly McConnell "Sunday open dato for repentance "Monday, Cleo Summers "Tuesday, Lucille Walters "Wednesday, Bess Winters "Thursday, "Jack" Vlnlng "It comes to our knowledge that you are very desirous of reaching your district on the Saturday night following, whore you are to open your campaign. Should you prove yourself a perfect gentleman during the interim and serve your sentenco with duo humility, we will return to you the In- - Atlanta Journal DAILY, SUNDAY LY AND SEMI-WEEK- Largest Circulation South of Baltimoro "The Jury will nrlso and bo sworn!" "Jacklo" Vlnlng, tho Judge, waited Impatiently. "What's tho matter with you, girls? Mabel, Lucile don't you know you'ro Jurymen er, on tho Jury. Stand up! There J" with satisfaction. "Now raise your hands no, no; your right hands! That's better. You solemnly swear, , you will cross your hearts, carefully weigh tho cvldenco in this caso and render a verdict according to tho statutes er, according to what you think this wretch deserves?" maliciously. Six pretty heads nodded, in unison. "Bo seated," said tho Judge sternly. "His honor, tho mayor," sat on a soap box In tho center of the front veranda, a mero man In the hands of tho enemy, watting bis fnto and trying to look unhappy. "What's tho ch'argo," demanded ff Allco Mason, appointed by tho court to defend tho prisoner. "How Dare You, Sir?" Tho Judge moved uneasily In her peals of laughter, backing away from chair. Then, In a low, cutting tone sho Bald: him until Bhe leaned against a "He's a thiefl" for support. Tho mayor looked up apprehenThe man kept hta oyos on her, "Anyhow," ho said finally, "I llko sively. "I object," bo protested, "to the the gamo. Who Invented it?" Coming closer, be reached forth his court's statement of the case. It Is band and touched ber lightly on tho Irregular "Order In the court!" Interrupted arm. "Who's running this "Tag!" he cried, and started to run. tho Judge. The girl sat down unceremoniously case?" The man lowered his eyes, acceptin a tangle of grape vines. "I had my Angers croued!" she pro- ing the Inevitable. "This defendant," began Jackie, "Is testedand the man came back, a thief. He stole a kiss from from hope-todle- CHAPTER HI. A Jest Is a JeBt, but tho following letter, received by "His Honor, tho Mayor" next morning, suggested a BY MAIL Daily and Sunday per annum Daily only Wtm. l$ mi Tho Mayor. thing about osculation at close range, kissing. Young let alono lady, have ypu over been kissed?" "Tho objection Is sustained," gurgled the court, mercilessly. Tho witness blushed rosily. "I refuse to answer," sho said, stubbornly. "On what grounds?" demanded tho long-dtBtanc- o j tree-trun- In" Judge. "On the grounds of and coercion," she snapped, her chin in the air. "The court reverses Itself," easily. "Witness need not Incriminate herself. Ask the next question, attor ney." "To the beat of your knowledge and hollar." bMtan tie uUU'l .attarnav. straw too much for the Asiatic ruminant's back. Tersely, It said: "Squirrel Ipn, "Sunday Morning. "Mr. Walter Bedlght, "Mayor of Osslan: "Dear Sir: The levity of your demeanor at yesterday's trial and the ostensibly nonchalant attltudo you choso to tako of tho sentence Inflicted, leads mo to believo that you are considering this very serious matter altogether too lightly. Under ordinary circumstances a handsomo trlfler might ride Into a woman's camp llko Lochlnvar, boldly grasp a pretty girl In bis arms and kiss her, without paying a more severe penalty than the scorn of tho, camp and a few surface scratches. And even you, evidently a gentleman as well as a politician, might have escaped with a fitting rebuke had you been luckier. Unencumbered by baggago and feeling unbound by our court to remain, you could have drifted away into tho evening shadows and laughed at our efforts to restrain you. "But, Mr. Bedlght, as a candidate for representative at the coming election, for which you are evidently recouping your vital forces In this tranquil spot, you will scarcely desert while we have in our possession a document so incriminating as that found by ua yesterday la your wake through the doicworu) aware n $700 5.00 2.00 1.00 i " " " " " " Sunday only Semi-Weekly All the News All the Time 1 Louisville Evening Ilea iwm&v$s rfflsM (J JS.I j nil aDd Breckenridge Newd PoJ H CZ30IZ30f0lcCZ30E5 BALL "Jackie" Vlnlnfl. criminating bill and permit you to depart In peace. "But for every Indiscretion on your part, you will be given a ten days' sentence under the same conditions now governing. The court has endeavored to Impress you with the seriousness ot your situation and shall feel no regret should you. In your heedlessness, fall to grasp its Import. "niven this day and date under.jny Centlauedon page 7 & MILLER livery, Fiid and Salt Stabli Bus Meets all Trails Hardinsburg, lolcnoEzal (N't (j Louisville HBU : Ky, .U.tlU t -.-- Evening; one yer f 3,5". BrMKeariag 'W. 1 tin jibL, Liv iii. urnm fcmraagi3ra?vp7 Zx6e SUFFERED EVERYTHING REPUBLICANS' " PAPER BAG COOKING Great System Perfected by M. Soyer, Famous London Chef. A Buy Land and Make Money Women's Candidate EXTRAVAGANCE Government Cos! More Than v ! rorrouneen 7T ucstorea, . . m icars. I To Health by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's I Vegetable Compound. plaints, I am at last restored to hcnlth. I employed Doubled Under Roosevelt, BOON TO WEAK 8TOMACHS. Elgin, 111. "After fourteen years of 1 , suffering everything from female com tho and even went to tho hospital for treatment nnd was told there wus no help for mc. But while taking Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's T BYRON 'WILLIAMS best doctors Fl latter seal at aqnirrei inn, umgieuuio. " 'JACK' VININQ, Judge." Walter Dcdtght, mayor and candidate for tho legislature, frowned. Plainly, hero was a predicament. Tho humor of tho situation had fled. Tbo piqued attltudo of tbo "Judgo" toward plain. It was more than this, UJms "catty." She ran after him and fas'' kissed her, a perfectly natural thing for a handsome bachelor to do If the pursuer were pretty and goodness knows Jackio Vlnlng was enough of that to give almost any Inqulsltlvo young man palpitation of the heart! But even malo Judges have a way of their own, absolute and unrelenting, while a woman judge, pretty, vivacious, enticing, captured In a dogwood swamp and kissed against her will Dedlght shuddered at his possible- fate! The fury of a woman osculated Is frequently as accentuated as the anger of a woman scorned And ho Was tho goat! Deep in a quandary of ways and means, tho luckless politician, mentally berating tho fatal day of woman suffrage, wandered Into tho cool, umbrageous wood. It was midsummer and tho forest was a sylvan retreat where monk and man might lose hlB troubles In the rippling of the rills and recelvo divine unction from the nature god ruling with soothing zephyrs and elixirs of efflorescence. Bcdight penetrated far into tho heart of tho wood, whero dryads romp along tho sunbearaed way through interstices in tbo trees, whero mother brown thrushes peep from sheltered nests and frisking squirrels chatter of tho hickory nuts upon tho scraggly trees. And then bo saw her! ' Like Psyche, she stooped beside a quiet pool, abovo her tho spreading branches of a water elm. Beside- her onttho brink tho harebell grew and to Ber ear there camo from down below the rhythmical cadence of a brooklet's song, tho same bong that, in crescendo or diminuendo, it had sung for centuries, tho ever chanted, perpetual song of the brook! He 6tole softly forward on Absorbed In her mood, sbo gave no heed. The rich outline of bcr figure thrilled him and on her golden hair tho sheen of tho morning radiated liko a halo on the head of a Titian masterpiece. Step by step he drew near, cautiously. Little by littlo ho crept forward until ho btood with his hand upon tho trunk of a treo. And then, quietly, fearlessly, ho stepped behind ber, his shadow falling over her shoulder upon tho placid waters of tho pool. VIth a cry of alarm sho sprang to bcr feet and faced 1.1m. He stood his ground boldly, but In his eyes thero was an appeal. "Forgive me," he said evenly. "I you needed the shadow of a man to complete the picture." "You flatter yourself," sho replied lilm)-was Wisconsin. I - tip-to- e. coldly. Ho started to speak, Impulsively, to plead for forgiveness, but sho held up her hand mandatorily. "I hold no conversation with prisoners outsldo of court," sho said, austerely. burning from tbo pool, she stood blm as one in authority. "I am going. Walt here. Do not follow me," she admonished. As UfiifN sat down besldo the pool. MwJti E. for a fleeting moment tho fd gpt a lithe and graceful woman fe?6ver his shoulders upon tho lro$iy waters but the face was turned toward tbo backward trail. "Everything oven mythology is twisted," ho growled, "in these parlous days of woman suffrage." He turned his head to catch a glimpse of ber, flitting through tho trees, but unlike Lot's wife, sho did not look back. The mayor sighed. "What an awful mess a man can get into," ho sorrowed, "through tho perfectly harmless diversion of kissbe-o- re ing!" To be Continued A Texas Wonder , The Texas Wonder cures kidney and troubles, removing travel, Nmr6 diabetes, weak and lame backs, 'ftrbtumaUsni, and all irregularities or kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troub les-ichildren. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on re ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two 2 th treatment and seldom falls to Iftctjicure. Dr, E. W. Hall, 2g30 St. Louis, Mo, Send for vuju ujr uiuy- iniUbKjr imHlu'utuaia, Its. Tedder )l(cret, Subscribe Right Now. Wo haven number of inquiries for small fimnifioii 50 thriving. to J00 Under a proper downward revision Therefore I permitted them to bo acres, improved. Tf you lime a small farm well mipioved, of the itcpiibllciiu tariff schedules tho in at tho death tho good level death of several Vogetnble people of the United States would save paper bags, tho resurrection of their land, list it with us and wo will do tho rost. Compound I began S'AOOO.OOO.OOO each jcnr, or over $100 contents. When the broiler camo n No. to improve and I per family on lunnufnctutcd goods forth bearing a biggish bng, I. A Fine Home Farm I'outrt, mile tust of Ixidlhurir- continued its use until I was made well." alone. at the corners, and rendy to Aituh a mllfs from li v iiKton.on runil . Mrs. Henky LEtsEDEno, 743 Adams St crnck at a touch, they stood smiling, rouio Good frumu dwelling; o roc, mi uiitl dwelling, K,Hm barn aim President Tnft's vetoes of the wool well VLTundu; Rood (mm 30xu: triuiiu watered; land. Price Kearneysvillc, W. Va. "I feel it my tnrllT bill nnd tho steel tariff measure but critical, waiting to sco what 1 housu; 37 iieros umiur uluwj HO noes ktiiss; St ncrts In tlinhor; wull wiittred, l'Isktii mid duty to write and say what Lydia E. pnssed by a Democratic house COST would do with it. Catching tho bag ponds .Tj to 10 ImslivWcorii mid ISO pounds No. 11 two mllis from s 4S,' tolmcco to iicrt. (JinkI clover land lays witvy i.Hiik;2 barns Pinkham' Vegetable Compound has TIIK Pi:OPLK OF TIII3 UNITED either side tho cut, I lifted it gently ll,.V"".1 ml In oin or tliu to Jevi'l location Ideal 'Jl'AilMi'i.: it came apart along all tho scams, done for mc. I suffered from femnle host nclKlilHjrljiHios In tliu county I'rli'o .VIJV'W 71't!:.'' '5"?... ."?. 't"m! Vr STATES ABOUT $000,000,000 PEIl n chicken, roasted to the most l,200iHi"H!ili Terms on tiuliinrf weakness and at times felt so miserable uv'" "'"""owceiHijr fi HO tho delicate brown all over. But when I could hardly endure b'eing on my feet. ANNUM. 3flC,''ri) 3 inlli-i rullroi'.d, The cost of conducting the federal the carving knife wont In thero camo Nr 1 iinirditiiitiloiouiiiiillotroniKOliooi-libUM- No. 1 2 "After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's 'CF' KOV", llllrt Iov' lund. locutisl.l.nlf '"J1 l",r?1 ''"'""iJ Cleared, woll Vegetable Compound nnd following your government MOUC THAN DOUBLED out the finest llaous juice, and In Irvlngton. Prlco 3,30o special directions, my trouble is gone. between the close of President Cleve- bucIi quantity it was possible to add ISIn lOSiicresI mllu i"u, o county; ' ifoort from Kkrou. Alimdo NO. 1 3 " llL'i;L's 'ylnir In a valley tnllo of public xcliool, to tbo plates as well as mllp eriidpd Words fail to express my thankfulness. land's second iidiiiinlstrutloti (Demoscluxil limd '.l. Iiull 2 I recommend your medicine to all my cratic) and the beginning of Piesldcnt that In tho boat. iousr ,a rrfJ fromo m es "sout H mllu urin items, well Nn A Uood Stockilwuluiiit; if5stock tiurn. springs near barn ; on scntw Itouto" "I never tasted real chicken Mrs. G. B. Whittington. friends." Improvid Itoosevull'H becond administration Itural young Rieley said, as he took Orows wlit'iit, io'mcco. corn, clover, d Tho abovo aro only two of the thouIrvlnicton a second helping. His wlfo gave him KrHss. la4 miles from little rolllnit' on rural NO. 15 i'V.'r7 ', n'llu K,lst of Ule.n sands of grateful letters which are conroute. Hits lund is but does As the DIIICCT IlLSULT Ol' HIGH an anxious look. "Be careful, dear," not wash. Prlco riclil. .Ino. 11. Iliililmite, stantly being received by the Pinkham KEPUBLIOAN SOlIED-ULI'TAB IFF she urged. "You know, you've been rinvMrtwirt v Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass., which lluuutlrully louuudone mile fr. the people of the United Stntes on tho verge of a bnd spell all week." "";' show clearly what great tilings Lydia E. " live town. KM iicrvs practically 1SSS. 'We1,!! His answer was to take another sweet ml .i!el luud, unimproved; idoil 'eucliiK. Compound does pay a tax I'UOM NINE TO Pinkham's Vegetable Ideal spot Price reasonable PEB CENT on food and potnto, and help himself to succo- WMle.ljio. for dairy fiirmClovi rport, hy. for those who suffer from woman's ills. K II ibliMto. No. 1 0 Mcour?JOL"il.;7" ,;:'"" nort'' of U0ordinal j household ai tides used In the tash both had been cooked In bags. h b ilance In yoIirVyp,!?,,,,! H'f "''ns located near liuUis, If you want special ndvico write to ISIn Salnd he disdained upon hearing that (.ock countyj 120 acres under plow Lydia E. Pinkliain Medicine Co. (conf- home by every family, rkh nnd poor. 78 acres timber; plenty of idential) Lynn, Mass. Your tatter will The total cost of running the federal there was in wait a damson roly 0 room ilwelllmr; well vi uteri il; 40 a rs fruit; NO. 17 turn lowl, poly by help of which ho rounded nst lolllim. (lood lanu40iiiJ, tnbicco corn, bo opened read nnd answered by a government in ISdO wus $.".",000,000. for out a noblo meal. His wife also ate 500 and clover It Is barsiiln ut fl,Mn, woman and held in strict confidence The amount appropriated at a single cash, intlaiicu easy payments session of the Sixty-firs- t congress for heartily to ray great Joy. But I saw rvl 7 tenures mile of Hockvale, apprehension in her eye, until tho tho fiscal year 1011 $1.027,133.4 10.41 lund, 4 room dwelling iUt J (roodit levelnniiuLusoutb wvuuuiiuiiikii Ml vory last. ii tntiiimv 11IU0 taiiva nvi-itr tii t tin IH iiitu it J ir rai SCIENCE RECORDS A TRIUMPH was more than double the amount Early next morning she called me. "Cliool tiousv? and church In ;U0 yards. Price, $D54,490,0."r.I.' l.i,Mictsh appropriated for the NO. 1 0 Wris wel Improved lanH on fiscal yours 1S07 and 1S0S tit both ses- "Jack Blept llko a baby and says ho After Research It Has Been Ascertain"I H'res. 3 miles from Kirk, dwell sions or tlii' Flftj fourth congress, the has ot felt so well In ages," sho said. ilr K ihj, Vi story C rooms an' porch. IsU. O ed Just Why the Hungry Man T tenant ood well, last congress of the second Cleveland "Where can get some "paper bags?" irdstKlili. small orchardhouse, good barn and Tightens His Belt, uiiell M. Soyer states positively that paadmlnistiatliiii per bag cookery Is fine for contrary lwoir.u ts 100 acre In one and No. 20 wifffi'!Sr',il','"''iird. Oul. eight ji'itu elapsed between the Remembering the habit of tramps to 121 acres In tho other; 124 acres lostomachs. My experience backs him cated 3 mllu from llurdlnsburg; loo acres 3 tighten their belts when hungry, Prof. close of the second administration of up In this statement. milts from lliirmsl; MJmllc of Klintswood st. dulll.u. ana tenant house.' PrVc0 Piesldent Cleveland and the beginning Dr. Rudolf Lennhoff decided to InvesThe succotash which I made for my college of the second ndiiiliiMrntloii of Presitigate the efficiency of this simple friends, the Blsleys, was prepared in remedy In actually suppressing hun- dent llooseelt and jet the amount i this manner. ...-- . St....n opi luted (luting the four ,e.us of the III) III res. J mills irnui uuwu, ger. Assisted by physicians he mado Succotash. Boil one pint shelled $0,&)y 3 miles from Irvtnglon; will was moie use of the property of the X rays of latter $3.S42.20:i..r.77.iri young orchard ;owd lima beans in slightly salted water wm tt rid lavs will, good lu the route,: sclio nu few yards being arrested by metals and their than double that half an hour, drnln and put while hot tlniher;onrur Inuiro emm U : co id four roon corn. wl at nnd t b Vn" in . V,i '"J b"1 fro liousi : .Mr Cle eland was ut tin suits. Persons were given drinks four jeaih h: iw Into a well buttered bag. Add green Jwetllng with ktichi on In nn els and nenl b which contained in suspension salts helm vi.. yi.871.r.0!.8."7.47 corn cut from the cob four to six itiKiu bin rns; b riilied; u eai and hen lioui ten For 1I10. the last je.tr provided eara according to size, butter tho size wood hlit k11:tn thesellon easy p.i n e tv of bismuth or llvlgated lodestone. or IU , 8' ifsu II frul'. runber uartlciihirs a mss CK)d fund U. clear I'rl, "Lai! 2, JUl'. they were required to eat solid food, for in congress under President of. an egg, half a tumbler of rich milk, Tno D II tmu' , Clo crpori Ky! the hlghwnter mark In such as mashed potatoes, which had a very littlo salt, a dust of pepper, l.40l.STi7.12 w.is reached. previously been mixed with metallic Piesldent Tuft's estimate to the last and a tcaspoonful of sugar. Seal bag, salts. session of congiess for government lay on broiler, and cook fifteen minDr. Lennhoff reports to the utes. The beans aro parboiled thus Zeitung the following results: support tor the fiscal jour was to avoid overcooking the corn, which In the case of solid food, a contraction requires much less time. exin of the stomach could be observed, and pensesother woitls. goeiumentnlPros), Plum Roly Poly. Damsons are my for the FOUH YEABS of a relatively small quantity proed to favorites for this, but any ripe, sound bo sufficient to satisfy the appetite. dent Clc eland's administration (Dom plums will do. Wash and stew them, When liquid food was given In tho or- ocr.itlei ni'io onlj b.'IO.b(Sl,o5l.l)2 mote pick out tho seed, and If very juicy, dinary way I. e., by swallowing the than Piesldent T.tft's (Uopuljlicnni esti- drain away moro than half tho juice. contraction was considerably Icsb. and mate of the amount necessary to cover Sweeten lightly no spicing is needed. or ONE YEA It of Pros! a larger quantity was necessary for the e.etises Mako puff paste, roll It out In long dent T.ift's adnilnisti.it ion satiation. strips a quarter Inch thick, bprlnklo Conuxessinau John J FItgerald of sugar on tho upper side, then spread In a third experiment the liquid was New Yoik, a Deinoeint and ehalunau intioduced into the stomach through of the committee on appiopilatious. In thinly with tho stewed fruit, roll up a tube: In this case twice the quantity addiesslng the house Aug. 2(i. 1!H2. on and pinch tho ends tight. Roll In a lump of extra butter. Cook of liquid was required. tin subject of iipptoprlutloiis sulrt littlo These expei intents showed that the 'Thoughtful men lime watched with ' thirty minutes In a hot oven forty If mechanical stimulus of sWnllowing by aliirm the rapid luciease lu the cost of tho roly Is quite big. Servo hot with reflex action causes a contraction of government in the United States." lie a sauco mado from tho extra Juice, along with butter nnd sugar, cooked the stomach, thus accelerating satia- ftiithcr said that two onuses seem together over boiling wator. tion. This suggested that by for many pie.sent evils; Increasing the pressure on the (Copyright, 1911, by the Associated One, the UNFAIR AND UNJUST Literary Press.) stomach, satiation could be accomSYSTEM OF TAXATION by .which plished with a smaller quantity of tin undue share of Income by those food. The trick of the hungry tramp whose circumstances in life are not COLD MEAT COOKERY. was therefore resorted to, and a belt considered more than leasouablj com was applied tightly around the waist fortulilu Is taken tliiough out custom By Nicolas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' ; of the eater. The result was as an- laws for the suppott of our governClub, London. ticipated. a la Royale. Take a Cannelon ment: the other, the dlflleulty or Inability to readjust our system of taxation pound of cold roast veal, free it from When baby suffers with croup, apply and to remove ninny taes from tho skin, fat, etc., nnd pass it through a mincing machlno twice. Add to It six and give Dr. Thomas' Klectric Oil at necessaries of life, so long ns the IS EXTUA VACANTLY ounces of cooked ham, fat and loan toonce Safe for children. A little goes gether, also minced. Mix, then add or the Instrumentalia long way. 25c a"d 50c. At all drug CONDUCTED, ties provided for the conduct of tho pepper and salt to tasto, a teaspoon stores. public service are either Inefficient or of minced parsley, a teaspoon half Journal-New- s, are not utilized so us to render the full of minced shallot, a little grated at Marvelous Surgical Feat. most effective and comprehensive re- lemon peel, and a dust of nutmeg. Mix again. Add tho yolks An ex soldier, named Blomqulst, has sults." Just been pronounced cured, in StockMr. Fitzgerald then called nttentlon and whites of two eggs, shape Into a 1, 1912 holm, Sweden, after one of tho most to the fact that the Democratic party roll, wrap up in a piece of clean, paper (a bag cut opon), placo pledged Itself if inti listed with power remarkable operations on record. A minyear ago Blomqulst was accidentally to do two CE TARIFF In bag, and cook for twenty-fivshot in tho head during tho maneuv- DUTIES AND BETBENCI1 PUB- utes. Mouton Grille a la Indlenne. Uners, and it was found that one half of LIC EXPENDITURES by eliminating It's An Opportunity of a Life Time, the brain had been injured, and that waste in administration and the aboli- derdone mutton for which no other Evansville'. leading Here you get THE JOyRNAL-NEWuse can be found may bo turned Into the only chance of life for the patient tion of useless. Inexcusable olllces. a very nlco broil as follows: Cut a newspaper, delivered at your door by rural route carrier for lay in its removal. After much dethe small sum of $1.50 a year. Think of it! You get those liberation by the doctors tho perilous "Donn's Ointment cured me of eczema sufficient numbor of slices from a leg operation was performed, with the that had annoyed me for a Ionn time. of mutton and cut Into rounds or famous Daffidil cartoons, the fascinating Scoop drawings, marvelous result that within a few The result was lasting." Hon. S. W. squares. Melt a piece of butter, about which have made such a big hit in Evansville, also Bettye tbo size of a large walnut, on a plate weeks Blomqulst recovered. He was Matthews, Brown's Page of Women, Scoop's Trimmings column, and Commissioner Labor Statis- lu the oVon. Add to it a teaspoonful in full possession of all his faculties, all the latest market and telegraphic news hot off the wire. tics, Augusta, Me of Harvoy'fl sauce and salt to taste. but on being teBted in the matter of Can you beat it? Remember the price ia reduced only until Mix thoroughly and loavo the slices reading and writing, he was found to November let to $1.50. Send in your money order today. havo entirely forgotten tho meaning To the. Uditorof The llreckenridgc News: of mutton in tho mixture for at least an hour before thoy are required. of tho alphabet and numerals. One of ADDRESS. As abeliever in the progressive ideals Havo ready a number of fried crouhim tho doctors undertook to of government represented in the can- tons, allowing ono to each piece of all tho forgotton lore, and after a not very considerable time and much in- didacy of Woodrow Wilson for President mutton; place tho latter on these, put paper bag, put dustry, niomqulst la again able to of the United States, and to the end that them la a bag on broiler, cook for eight JOURNAL-NEW- S read and write. Ho has now left tbo he may take the office nursing home, whore he has been nnd obligated to none but 218-22- 0 Up. Fifth Street, EVANSVILLE IND. Cold Fish Tako off all flesh from under the care of tbo doctors, and re- the people of the country, I wish to conturned to work on bis farm. Ho is tribute through you, to be forwarded to the fish bones. Mash up a few potatoes. Season to tasto. Grease paper robust in health and shows no trace Governor Wilson, the sum of $ bag. Placo mashed potatoes at the physically or mentally of the ex- toward the expenses of his cuuipaign. bottom, flat. Fut ono teaspoonful traordinary experience ho has had. flour on top of tho fish, threo -( Name) ,., of milk, salt and peppor, N. McGlothlan for Consult T. and a little chopped parsley (if anchovy or other sauce. Mix subscriptions to Courioi-Joui'r(Address) , One Mail together. Placo tho mlxturo on top of Times, Post, Herald, Farmers tho potato lu tb bag. Soal up and Home Journal, Stock Yard Jouin-al- , placo on broiler, Allow fifteen minutes lu a hot oven. Western Recorder and Hreck (Copyright, 1911, by Sturela & Waltoa en ridge News. black-browIG.S 1 s; By Martha McCulloch Williams. When tho Blaleys wero Invited to a paper-bagge- d d dinner, they enme DEMOCRATS' GREAT RECORD, to scoff and openly. Charming peoplo both, but a bit difficult. Especially the huBband. Tho root of his Startling Figurat Which Show That the difficulties I had long since set down as a stomach maladroit, In doing its Cost of Our National Existence and whole duty. The stomach's owner the High Cost of Living Must Be took on fat too readily, but did not Reduced. gain strength proportionately to his pro-pare- wny to tnuko money is to buy land in Jiroc konridgo uui comity. Western land hits Imd iti dny. Old Kentucky is the idnul spoj in nil this country for climate, for good crops, f,r gOWi living, for good people, unci good, long life. Urcckinridgo county 1ms bettor and cheaper fncilitios for reaching tho markets two milroads nnd tho Ohio river. Tho pooplo nro prosperous nnd land is cheap. Now your time to buy. Land has ndvanccd from 2f to 50, per cent in iho last ton y&ird. In another ton years, land will leap another 50 per eont. Get in now whilo tho start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check tho numbers that interest you, wnto your name nnJ address and we will keop you in touch Willi our bargains. 1 Wanted Small Farms llme-sto- 11 I I'T'7'"1 Hrd-nixe- fri-n- 1. -. "dish-gravy- " 1 I "P.i"'n? I ," -- 111 11 S SEVEN-TY-EIGH- T lfi 111 11 isr SSi f II1111-n- -0- v. fft',",u'"l"!Uiu4in. wlit-u- t 11 I I 1 - I I -- 1 Nil up-p- - . appi-oprlnte- I 11 11 11 it. nl Boose-volt- approprla-tlons-$1.0- I 4 Vos-slsch- o The JOURNAL-NEW- S Delivered (toe Year by Mail for $1. THE BIGGEST NEWSPAPER BARGAIN EVER OFFERED! j aitl-flclall- y j T JIJO S, Buys The Evansville's Leading Newspaper, delivered your door by rural route carrier lor one year. This special olfer closed on November Mr. Farmer! well-beate- n well-grease- d thlngs-BEDU- e h well-grease- d The Circulation Department THE free-luinde- d, mln-uto- s. v.. J table-spoonfu- ls 4 The JOURNAL NEWS Year by for ml, Delivered $1.; vibscribe rVtmttnntr I Now is The Time to Subscribe i Our Big Millinery Opening Takes Place Today, Oct. 2nd and Continues all Week will be in charge. D your wants and the latest styles We have the nicest line of Millinery Goods in Breckenridge County, an expert milliner who knows Great Bargains in Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Wo lmvo an odd lot of Indies' cloaks excellent vnluen, which will go at $1.50 to $3.00, regardless 0f cost; you will miss a barnn Finer cloaks in AM gain if you don't get one of the-01 wiUU all styles and prices ranging as high as e. Gents' Shoes Craddock Terry's Special The shoo for men, j'oung men and boys. In our line of ladies' shoes will bo found the latest styles and shapes for old women, ladies, misses and children. Prices to please tho most conservative purchaser. -- 8 BRUM I Furnishings Latest btylcs und patterns; suits $5.00 to $18.00; ;n this line wc can show you anything you need in Fall and Winter Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Caps. Men's and Boys Clothing nt prices from $5 to A lVs) r lavs I Underwear Our lino of Underwear is complete for the whole family. Union and two pieco suits in Kail and Winter weights. Tim Buy now while, the lot is $15,00 unbroken Rugs Wo have some splendid value- in Crex Kugs, Carpets and Linoleums. Let us show you these values. - We are agents for the "Farnous Amour Brand of Fertilizers" Furniture home-fittin- g, S In r Wc can show you most anything you need in including: Stoves, Ranges, Wash Stands, Pete Sheeran Bro. urn & Co. "U Rocking Chairs, Davenports, Dressers and Bedsteads in any style and price. I Kirk, hoe ICZIOEZDlfC HOC . . 3 .. IOC O C IQT m Kentucky 30E CHOED C HOE School of Law. Mr. walls is IRVINGTON popular in the county, and many friends uu" wish lllld auwucia ill lll i:uu-)cfession. Mrs. LaRue Cox and Miss Katherine Mrs. Worland Carter is ill of malarial Cox were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John fever at her home near town. Her Cox at Guston for the week enU. many friends shall be glad to hear of Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen is in Owens-bor- a her prompt recovery. this week as the guest of her Miss Maggie Greenwood is a most cousin, Geo. Jolly anil family. successful poultry farmer. Her Ilarred Dr. S P. Kirks was in Hardinsburg I'lj mouth Rock chickens are second to Friday and looked in on the County none. Her pure white guineas call Teachers Institute. "pot rack" with a tone most entranMrs. Annie Herndon, who has been cing, while her fine pen of Indian Runin Louisville for the past two months as ner ducks can run the gauntlet with a the guest of hersister, Mrs. Lucy Alex- swiftness equal to John Smith, notwithstanding the fact there are seven ander, returned home this week. S. W. drakes in the company of twenty-onMessrs. George Ashcraft and . R. Wimp spent Friday at thecoun-t- y Simmons were in Hardinsburg SaturI e. i.ferson day. Now is the time to select seed corn for next year's planting. He sure you tclect the ears not only well developed and filled out to the end, ujt see that it grows on the stalk in the approved manner; not too far from the ground, and enough ears on the stalk As much depends upon these points if you would increase the corn ield as does upon the cultivation Misses Julia Greenwood ami Maggie Greenwood tre i.i, Brandenburg the past week as guests of Mrs George W. Wirl.ind and Mrs Gough While there the attended a Democratic rally and an eloquent address by Hon A. d O. Stanley. D. C. Walls, of Hardiusluirg, was litre Friday afternoon en route for Louisville vhere he will enter the Jet- lie-r- On account of ill health to sol ray I Sale! I AND For I want h I Store House Hardware Business Good stand und a good business Tho tight mini can make money i T. N. Irvington, McGloth-la- n & - Son Kentucky week. TJie society will meet next Friday evening at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parks and Miss Maggie Parks will go to Hardinsburg in the near future to locate. We regret to lose these good people from our community. Rev. L. K May and Mrs. May arz in Moiganfield attending Conference. Miis Viola Lewis is in Louisville this week as the guest of her college chum, Miss Margtret Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Dowell were week-erguests of Mr. and Mrs. John Childs at Guston. Mr. and Mrs. Holly Neafus and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Neafus at Ekron Sunday. W. J. Piggott returned Sunday from seat. Morgai.fiehl where he attended the Miss L U. McGlothlan, who has been meeting of the annual Conference of in Louisville for ten das, is again with the M. E. church. her brother, T. N. MtGlothlon. Geo. Neafus and Henry Mills, of J. M. Herndon was in Louisville Fri- Ekron, utre in town Wednesday invesday evening to consult a specialist. tigating the products of the Irvington While emptying a bag of uuslacked Cement Block Co, lime Mr. Herndon was severely burned Miss Emma Lou Moorman, ot Glen about the face, nis ejes being slightly Dean, has returned home after a visit damaged. to her sister, Mrs. R. L. Crider. R H. McGlothlan spent Wednesday Miss Ma Wellington returned Sunin Louisville. day morning from Hardinsburg, where Mrs. R. L. Crider and Miss Ruth she was with her parents during the Crider are at home from a visit to Mrs. Teachers Institute. S. W. Deane at Dundee. Mrs Matt Payne returned Saturday Miss Nell Moorman, of Glen Deane, evening from Chicago and Louisville was here Wednesday morning en route where she purchased a line of beautiful for Chicago where she will enter the and becoming hats. University for a special course in EngThere will be a Sunday School Inlish. Miss Moorman is just home from stitute conducted by Mr. Louis a three months stay abroad. at the Baptist church, beginMiss Eliza McLean Piggott, of the ning Tuesday, October a!). All schools Louisville Girls' High School, was at are invited to take part in this work. home for the week end. , InThe last session of the Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and Wallace stitute at Hardinsburg had rather a Ashcraft spent the week end as gueas stormy closing. This was due, seemof Mr and Mrs. Joe Green Anderson, ingly, to the fact that the committee near llrandenburg. on resolutions submitted a resolution to Miss Angle Gibson and Miss Alta the effect that the office of County Su(St. Clair returned Friday afternoon perintendent should be placed above from Hardinsburg where they were the plaue of political issuer. guests of Miss May Watltngton for the Mrs. C. S. Board, Miss Mary Helen Institute. Board and Master Jack Board were in The Irvington Cement Ulock Co. is the country the past week as guests of shipping an order of blocks to Enron Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Henderson. this week They will be used iu the Large donations from friends in disnew foundaticn for the Salem Baptist tant cities are beiug received for the church. rummage sale which begins today. Buck Board, of Garfield, is interested The prizes offered by the Teachers in the School Improvement League. Institu e for the boy or girl showing He considers the vast amount of work the best corn grown; best loaf ot'bread done by them as a personal benefit. He baked, or apron made, should be an inwishes the property owners out in Colorganization of corn lege Addition to join him in laying ducement for tho clubs for the boys and bread and sewconcrete walks on all the streets (routing clubs for the girls. These- products ing the Graded School building. He is are to be exhibited at the County Fair. a man with an eye to business. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Neafus spent Our next "Focal" dato is Friday, Sunday as guests of friends in Guston. October 11, next to Columbus Day. Be of good work done are being Reports sure every member of the School League is present when the roll Is received from Hubert Lyons wno is a called that afternoon at 3:10 o'clock. pupil in the Louisville Boy's High Corns expecting to take u part in the School. Miss Elizabeth Clare Jolly left tho spelling lesson. The Young People's Christian Society past week for nloomlngton, Ind., where held their weekly meeting at the Meth- she will resume her woik in Indiana odist church Friday evening of the past University. d Entz-ming- er . Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. .Slioitliniid .llooKkpcping. ' ' ' l',','"Jltl"r...Chil SerUce. ...Commercial law. .. ( ... U.ipM .. . .. - Calculation. .IViunaiisIiip. CotninciTl.il Geography. .KemlliiR. ...Arithmetic. . . ...Hanking, Commerce. .. .. . .. .Spelling. .Kuglisli. .Grammar. Name .. Address .Use or Adding Machine ami other olllce devices. ' pi .Punctuation. Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." Some of our young boys will doubtless wish to enter the hunt as soon as the season opens. Now is the time to get your license. The class in domestic science taught by Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain is progressing nicely. There is room btill for a few more members. Mrs. John Miller and daughter, of High Plains, spent Saturday here as guests of Mrs. Miller's brother, C. C. E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensb oro, Ky. tA tSP! " AV v & 77 ESHSltM Smith. Miss Hawsie Vickers, of Louisville, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hawes for a few days, returned home Sunday evening. Mr. V. S. Hendry spent the week end at Raymond as the guest of his mother, Mrs. Alexander Hendry. H. W. Traub. Albert Scherer and Miss Mildred Hawes, of Owensboro, spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hawes. Let every citizen of our town and community join the school in the observation of Arbor Day the last Friday in October, the 2Uth, thus beautify our lis tm ii'ii aar- - ! fTFi iimi'i MLL 1 M I" J H -- J ll-Jft- lfl "Ii I iVToTvTTTTTTlKTnTH rn town and improve sanitary conditions. Herndon McGhee, of Rochester, N. Y., has returned to his post of duty after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. McGhee. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mattingly, of Cloverport, were here Sunday the guests of their tov, Joe Mattingly. Making GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE. OI1JSON & SON. Cloerport, C. P LYONS. McQuKdy. MIJU,(U,H1 liiiMiuma'Uim Pork From Cornfields. good Fairbanks-Hors- e engine which has Just been thoroughly overhauled condition. Inand Is Ih flrst-claquire of JAMBS TAQUE, Clover-porWill sell cheap s t, Ky. Those who planted cowpeas In their corn will find these cornfields a splendid place Into which to turn hoys. There Is always considerable corn left In the fields under our ordinary system of gathering. The hands can never get all of the ears. The teams wjll waste some. This the hogs will Had. With cowpeas, the corn makes nearly a balanced ration. The swine graze oil the peavines, consume the coro. would otherwise be wasted a."'UBaW v duce pork for the manager. TlfierJW many reasons for keeping hogs on tie farm and having every field fencUl Farmers Home Journal. lht iSW hog-proo- f. MA