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CLOVERPORT WILL ' ENTERTAIN FIFTEEN And bi f Guests Wednesday .day, Thurs Infirmary, who underwent an operation for gallstones and appendicitis. She Is now getting along nicely. MUi Agnes Crensiaw was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Long, while in Louisville last week. at St. Joseph October 30 And 31. Jilhe Woman's Missionary Societies Of The Owensboro District To Meet Here -- Miss Davies Will Honor Meeting With Address. PROGRAM BEING ARRANGED Rev. Mr. Lewis Leaves. The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis left Saturday night for Clnrksvillc, Tenn., for a short visit to his brother, Mr. Heurv E. Lewis. He will bo nt his new charge . The friends at Scottsvllle by of the Rev Mr. Lewis wish him all that he hopes for In his new field of work. Sun-lay- School Notes. ! f SjU The Uardinsburg Bloomer Girls will play Clovcrport High School Friday The annual meeting of the Woman's afternoon at .'! o'clock on the school Missionary Societies of tlio Owensboro houso grounds. .Admission five and ton District will convene in this city, cents. Everybody come for benefit of Wednesday and Thursday, October 3O school. and 3I. There are fifteen delegates, be. 000 sides visitors, who will attend. Mrs. Las-li- e Prof. Culton and Prof. Roscoe Well, district secretary of the Confegave a picnic to Hites Run Saturrence, is arranging the program. The important feature of the meet- day. The guests included the pupils of ing will be the presence of Miss Davies Mr. Laslie's room. They were accomwho has been secured by the Louisville panied by Mrs. Laslie. The pupils had Conference officers to visit each dis- loads of fun and big baskets of dinner trict. Miss Davies is the field secre000 tary of the Council and has traveled Miss Eula McCracken taught Mr. over the United States in the interall est of t;he Missionary work. In the se- - Laslie's room Friday. rles of Southern jubilees as tue representative of the M. E. Church South, DEMOCRATIC RALLY she received the honor of the ''Woman who Clinches." She had an excellent report at the Interdenominational ConAt Hardinsburg, Monday, Octo ference of Boards of Foreign Missions of the United States and Canada, held ber The Fourteenth -A- rrangements In Philadelphia last February. Being Made For SpeMrs. Walter J. Piggott, fourth of the Louisville Conference cial Train From Cloverport the Woman's Missionary Societies, -j -Lewisport Band Will Go. hls been Invited to attend and will be the guest of Mrs. Frank t'raize. Mrs. Whitehead, of Louisville, the Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman, corresponding secretary of the Louis- chairman of the Democratic Campaign ville Conference, will be present. Committee of Breckenrldge County, At the regular monthly meeting of has received a letter from J. P. Gardthe Missionary Society next Monday ner, general freight and passenger at the Methodist church, arrangements agent for the L., H. & St. L. R. R., for entertaining the Conference will saying that round trip rates will be ' be completed. authorized from Cloverport and intermediate points to Hardinsburg and Blackwell-Murra- y. from Fordsville for the Democratic Rally, Monday, October the fourteenth. Friends in this city have received thefl&llowlng Invitation: Mr. and Mrs. Good Luck For One, Francis Marlon Blackwell request the Bad For Two, honor of your presence at the marriage Shields-t- o of their daughter, Nellie In the Meade Circuit Court a perempMr. Laurence Alexander Murray on Tuesday morning, October the fifteenth, tory instruction was granted the railone thousand nine hundred and twelve road in the suit of Herman Ellis' Adm'r at six o'clock, First Presbyterian vs. th j L , H. & St. L., for 20,000 for church, Seluia, Alabama. Ellis' death while flagging a train at Lodiburg. Ellis lived for a good part of Wickliffe DjHaven Will his life at West Point. John Lynch, of West Point, has been Live In Philadelphia appointed L., H. & St. L. agent at Brandenburg to succeed Leon Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaven R. E. Yates, of near Vine Grove, leave this week for Philadelphia where has a position with the was appointed County Road Engineer Mr. Dellaven 'of Meade by Judge Baskett, but the Baldwin Locomotive Works. He is one Fiscal Court was tied between him and the most efficient engineers on the No election has been & St. L. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Richardson. L., H. made Etown News. DeHayen's friends regret to see them go so far away from home, but hope Overhauling One Hundred. 'they will find the East as satisfactory is attractive. The private car No. 100, of Mr. as.it Lucien Irwin, president and general manager of the Henderson Route, is Wheeler Has Miss being overhauled and handsomely made Nice Position At Bacon's over at the shops here. It is in golden oak and king's blue draperies. Miss Edith Wheeler,, of Hardin here, Hon. A. 0. Stanley to Speak Here Grove, Ind., who is millinery sales has a position in the department of J. Bacon's store In LouIn response to a letter from V. G. isville. Miss Wheeler Understands the Babbage and other Democrats of this hat fashlous and with her attractive city, the Hon. A. O. Stanley has conpersonality, she Is making quite a sue sented to speak here on the evening of eess. October 30th. This announcement will bring together a large crowd who, no New Minister Here. doubt, will be anxious to hear the disthe SecThe Rev. Mr. and Mrs. ins. II. tinguished Congressman from Saturday. He preached ond District. r Walker arrived at both services Sunday and expressed Picnic Saturday. Ms delight over being here. Rev, Mr. Mrs, Walker and daughter, Mrs.' Robert Pierce will give a picWalker awl Marguerette, and son, James, were nic Saturday to the members of her given a cordial reception and a beauti-- , Sunday School class. They will mef t fai donation awaited them at the par- - at 0:1)0 o'clock and start out for a day ftOMge. of fun and frolic, vice-preside- i well-know- n 1 I I A sweat little daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson Monday morning. Miss Laura Thompl Mis AgHM Crenshaw, of near returned home Saturday night son, the traised nurse who has been kiom LAuUvUllwharA she has been with the mother several days, wss VlthhersUtedMr. R. E. Scroggins called to EvaasvlUe. rt, Irs. Scroggins Undergoes Operation At St. Joseph Little Daughter Arrives. week-enguests of Mr. the Democratic candidates who participated in the struggle for the BaltiBEARD Marshal's parents at Ilewleyville. The School Improvement League will more nomination. Chairman Clapp has summoned Senmeet at the new school building Friday BUNCH OF LIVE NEWS afternoon, Oct. 11, nt 3:15, Be present ator Bankhead, manager for Oscar W. Found Dead Monday Morning in. to hear the annual report of the treas- Underwood; William F. McComb3, manHardinsburg-Fune- ral is Held urer and to take part In the election of ager for Gov. Wilson; Lieut. Governor Irvington Gun Club Meets. Fun officers for the eusulug year. Fichols, of Ohio, manager for Gov. That Afternoon--Leave- s Wife Harmon, and former Senator Du Hols, Mr. G. T. Marshi.ll returned Frldny manager for Speaker Clark, to appear eral Of Mrs. Clara Claycomb and Two Children. evening from n visit to relatives in and submit statements of the money Lawson Held Here. Irving-to- n White Mills. received nnd expended in the primary William Beard was found dead in lcd Base-Bal- l Miss Lelin Turner of Louisville, Is fight. Team Still at the home of his mother, Mrs. Green visiting her aunt, Miss Mary Cornwall. George W. Perkins has been asked Beard, in Hardinsburg, where he arrived Playing ' QTiite a number of our young people to testify before the Senate Committee Saturday night from Kvansville, Ind., enjoyed hii evening of music with Misn on Thursday, October 10, as to his for a visit. While Mr. Beard's death NOTES OF SOCIETY PEOPLE Mary Henry Thursday evening. Some campaign contributions In this and for- was a shock to his family his health had of the guests were Miss Nelle Kathleen mer campaigns. been failing for years. Smith, Miss Jessie Brady, and Harry The hearings open tomorrow, with The funeral was held Monday nftcr-no- on Lucy Wagoner and children Mrs. Connfff, II. Green, and Llbby Smith of Chnrles R. Crane, Chicago; Ogden and the burial took place in Harare nt home after a visit to relatives in Cloverport. Mills, New York; Charles Edward Rus- dinsburg. HawesvHle and Lewisport. Mr. Beard leaves a wife and twoMiss Sirah Haynes of West Point, sell, New York, and former Senator Mrs. Hniiry Asbcrwft returned Sunday spent Sunday here as the guest of her Nathan B. Scott, of West Virginia, the daughters, besides his mother and sister, from Owensboro, where she its the chief witnesses. Charles P. Tnft, Mrs. Blanch Reid. guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Penning- aunt, Mrs, Chns. Hook. brother of the President, and Charles Jas. Holland ot Atlanta, is spending D. Ililles, ton, chairman of the Republican Baptist Church Notes. B. Henderson of several days here with his wife, and National Committee, are scheduled to Mr. and Mrs. T. Webster, were visitors of Mrs. C. S. mother, Mrs. Rhodes. appear Wednesday. The Maaons of this community met Board Friday. Good congregations were out at both services. At the morning hour "The The "Circle'' of the School Improve- heie Tuesday evening and oiganized a Should Be Proud of Him. Memorial Service of Our Lord," was ment League haviug the rummage sale lodge of about fifty members. Steps Dear Mr. Babbage: Your people observed. At night the pastor spoke in charge, is to be congratulated on the are being taken to build a Masonic hall. on Miss Clara Dyer of Cloverport, spent should feel proud having Rev. J. A. "The Conversion of NIcodemus." success of the sale. Walker as pastor of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Karle Bennett of Sum- Saturday in town, ooo churcli in your city this year. Bro Mrs. O. S. Lawrence of New York, merset) t were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Walker is a Christian gentleman of the On November IS the pastor will go was the guest of his sister, Mrs. II, B. L. B. Moremen Saturday. highest type. Yours truly, to Butler, Pendleton county, to hold a Head, Wednesday. L. Heard and children re'Mrs. C. J. J.Tilford. meeting where his only brother, Rev-EllThe Iivington Gun Club has some turned Saturday afternoon from a year's A. Cottrell, is the pastor for half Their sojourn in Deming, New Mexico. Mr. crack marksmen on its roll. time. His other appointment is at Poin Beard was detained iu Deming but will 'shoots" are uttractiug much attention, TBE READING CLUB dexter, Harrison county, where he re Messrs. O. S. Lawrence, J. W. Massie1 join his family here in a short time. sides. Mrs. Chas. Charubtrlaiu'a sewing of New York, were guests of Me club ooo class is most enthusiastic over their last Weduesday. Mr. G. W. Maxwell Opens For An Interesting Seof Nebraska, the world's noted one arm On October 15 Pastor Cottrell will beprogress iu this branch of domestic asonMiss Georgia White gin a meeting at McDaniels under the marksman was also the guest of the science. club Had did some marvelous shooting. Elected President Eighteen auspices of the Breckenridge Mission M. W. J. Piggott spent several days His feats with thenfle show what pluck Board. During the last year under the In Louisville last week. Members-Ne- w may devlop in the use of arms. While Plans For The work of Missionary-PastW. R. OldMr. L. II. J0II3' was hi Owensboro our local guufiiieii did some eve llect ham, a church of eight members was Meetings. Thursday. shooting, the couldn't compete with organized Bro. Oldham wns employed The democrats of the Ilewleyville this famous marksman, who easily carby the Board to labor there again this Magisterial Dittrict held an enthusias- ried off the honors of the day. The Ladies Heading Club, of this year and sufficient funds were raised to tic meeting here Friday evening. Mis. Clara Clnycomb Lawfou's fun- city, had its opening meeting at the put a roof on the church building. This ' Mr and Mrs. Henry Ashcraft of eral services weie held here at thre home of Mrs. James B. Randall Thurs- is a needy field, but one that gives Gustou, were here Sunday, guests of o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 1. The day afternoon, and otllcers were elect- promise of good results. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ashcraft. interment tojk place in Cellar Hill ed for the ensuing term. Miss Georgia Young People's Christian Society cemetery. The services were :onducted White was elected president, Mrs. Jas. The On Tuesday, October 21), the Baptist B. Randall, llrst vice president. Miss met at the Baptist church Friday even- by the Royal Neighbors of America. Mrs. Lawson had been ill for the past Lizzie Skillman, secretary. The mem- Sunday school workers of Breckenridge ing. Much iuterest is manifested iu year and had spent a year in Colorado bership is limited to twenty members county will hold a convention at Irthis federation of Christian work. iu a vain searcn for health, but all U and the club has eighteen this year. vington. At the meeting held at CloMr and Mr3 J. S Younger of Wtst The discussion of current events will verport in September, so few schools guests of her uo avail. She returned to Kentucky iu be held Point, were week-en- d at every meeting and the Cur- were represented that a permanent orand since then had been a most June sister, Mrs. Robert McGfothlau. rent Events magazine will be read ganization was not effected for the. patient KiifTeier, until death released her Miss Viola Lpwis returned Wednesday through and each topic expressed up- county. A temporary organization was spirit from its tenement of clny. nfteruooii from Louisville, where she ' on by the members. This Is a new fea- effected by the selection of J, B. Hern-doThe many friends of Mr D. C. Heron was h guest at the Webster-BennIrvington, president, and E. CL ture for the Club as their reading has will he pleased to know that he is makwedding. always been devoted entirely to the Cottrell, Cloverport, secretary. These ing some progress toward iccovery and temporary officers were instructed to Current Novels left Thursday Miss Eva Carrigan whild yet quite ill his couditiuu is arrange for a county convention to perThe club will be entertained morning lor Lacatawa Park, Michigan, greatly .mproved. afternoon by Miss Kate Oglesby. fect a permanent organization and this will lie the guest of her cousin wheie she farmer. The members are as follows: Mrs. will be done at the Irvington meetings Jonas Lyons is an Mrs. M. A. Jones. He has his wheat iu excellent condition Rndall, Miss Kate Oglesby, Mrs. W. The program of the meeting will be Mr. and Mrs. Percival Henderson for planting. He is progressing rapidly H. Bowmer, Mrs. Abe Skillman, Mrs. published in the News next week. leave todiiy for Buffalo, Texas, where iu corn cutting, and was delivering apFrank Payne, Mrs. Forrest Llghtfoot, ooo Mr. Henderson has accepted a most ples In town Saturday. Master Victor Mrs. Edward Bowne, Mrs. Fred Ferry, responsible position. A marked improvement is Lyons is one of those iunispensible Mrs. Emma Skillman, Miss Jennie being Mrs. L. B. Moremen and sou spent articles wit bout which no farm is com- Warlleld, Mrs Wick Moorman, Mrs. shown in the attendance, deportment Wednesday 111 Louisville. plete, the boy on the farm. Ad Fisher, Mrs. H. V. Duncan, Mrs. and work in the Sunday school under Miss Helen Daugherty of Paris, Ky., . Rev. Mr. Moore, State evangelist ot James Tague, Mrs. Leonard Oelze, the graded system. Two of the classes had meetings last week and organized is the guest of Miss Viola Lewis. the Presbyterian church, preached two Mrs. L. T. Reid, Miss Georgia White, and chose their class name and class Miss Lizzie Skillman. Miss Carrie D. Frakes has resumed sermans here Sunday, pin. "The young ladies class, Miss kve-ly- n hei studies in Logan female college at toatu played a good Our buse-baHicks, teacher, chose ns their name Russelville. Col. Roosevelt To game with the Scrubs Friday, The Fidelis Class. The IU and 14 year Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lockhard and Miss Miss Laura Hale returned yesterday Speak In Louisville old girls, Mrs. Cottrell, teacher, selectElizabeth Locklmrd will leave this week ed as their name The Always Ready form Louisville, where she has been for Illinois where they will live, Class. studying the new fall styles in wholeNew York, Oct. 5. Col. Roosevelt Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardinsburg, sale millinery stores. Miss Hale will ooo will speak in Louisville on October 16, is a charming visitor of Miss Sue have the opening of her new goods iu coming from Indianapolis, and going The Superintendent of the Dandy. the side room ot the Jolly store, and through Ohio and Mrs. Polk, and her corps Miss L. B. McGlothlan left Monday will take delight in showing them to thence eastwardly Pennsylvania, according to his itiner- of teachers, are entering with enthusi-usfor Owensboro and Whltesvllle. all interested. You will be enthusiatlc ary announced at the Progressive upon the work of their DepartEd Monahati and wife and son, Roy, o er the new line of pattern and tailored headquarters here tonight. ment. A meeting of the mothers of the were at the Daviess County Fair I'rlday. hats she has bought. Call at once to children in this department was called see them. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Suterof Adams, for last Sunday nfternoon and a. few Notice To Tax Payers Teuti., are guests of their parents, Mr. came together to talk over plans for the Your city and school taxes are now Letter Heads Necessary For and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. equipment aud making attractive the due. My office is iu the Bank of Cloverprimary room. A canvass will be made The Presbyterian congregation haH Mr. Lishen. port. Please call and settle. Business Says thij week to see how much can be let the contract for the new church, to L. V. Chapin, Tax Collector raised for this purpose. From $35 to,$iU be erected on the comer of Maple Street Carl Lishen had 250 posters printed coutd be used to good advantage in this and Woodland Ave. last week and got fifteen dollars worth Lives in St. Louis. department alone. Mrs. Charles Kennedy of Paynesvllle, of work from them. Mr. Lishen said he Dear Mr, Babbage: We get the wub here Siturday, had to hayo printod stationery before ooo News every Thursday und thereby J. W, Newman of the State Agricul- he could place any orders for plumb- know everything that is going on in Another class in the first book will tural Station, will have a representative ing materials as the business houses Breckenrldge. Could not do with- meet next Sunday afternoon at three here this week to, arrange for the hold- turned the man down who did not have old News, I like St. Louis fine o'clock for the first lesson. It is expecting of the County Farmer's Institute, a business that justified printed sta- out the aud I am well pleased so far, I never ed that all of the officers nnd teachers tionery. uml also a two days' lecture course on get tired riding on the street cars, es- that did not take the work with the. corn growing and "Boys Corn Olubs." pecially when I can get on my brother's first class will enter this class, besides Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Henderson, Mr, Republican Campaign car. He runs on the Belifontalne line, a number of others. The pastor wants and Mrs. Percival Henderson, Mrs. O. Expenditures for 1912. the biggest run in St. Louis. Respect- to have at least fifty persons in the P. Brlte, Mrs. Nelle Marshall, were Washington, Oct. 6, The Investiga- fully, Annie Lee Hardin, St. Louis, church holding out Convention Normal dinner guests of Mrs. C, S. Board, Diplomas, Those who enter this class tion into 1013 Republican campaign ex- Mo., S218 Virginia Avenue. Friday. penditure, to open tomorrow before Miss Hardin is the young daughter may also enter other class. E. O. C. Dr. L. B. Moremen is at home after the Senate Investigating Committee, of Mr. ami Mrs. B. F. Hardin, of Lodian exteuded trip through the west, The bee that gets the hoaay doiea't will be supplemented Monday, October burg:, awl has a alee position la St. stay around the hive. Exchange. Mr. i Mrs. A. O. Marshal sad l4, by an inquiry into the records of Louis. IRVINGTON S BIG aom were d 1. is or n, ett all-rou- ll Primary-Departmen-t, m . - lLL-khCToB- Our Big Millinery Opening h Takes Place Today, Oct 2nd and Continues all Week We have the nicest line of Millinery Goods in Breckenridge County, an expert milliner who knows ll 5oi ' 51lezzoiplo1l niocioc51l rtot .tJ ' .illeaoglRSSaoi1 .... your wants and the latest styles will be in charge. Great Bargains in Ladies' and Misses" Cloaks We have an odd lot of Indies' cloukrf, excellent values, which will go at $1.50 to $3.00, regardless of cost; you will miss a barnn gain if you don't got one of these. Finer cloaks in (J4 nil styles and prices nintrinjr as high ns 0 I UiUU Gents' Furnishings Latest ' Shoes Craddock Terry's Special The shoo for men, young men nnd boys. In our line of ladies' shoes will be found the latent styles and shapes for old women, Indies, misses nnd children. Prices to please tho most conservative purchaser. I 2ci 1 0 r Underwear complete, for the wholo family. Union and two piece suits in Full nnd Winter weights. Our line of Underwear is and patterns; suits 5.00 to $18.00; :n this line we can show you anything you need in Fall nnd Winter Suits, Overcoats, Hats nnd Cnps. Men's nnd Hoys Clothing at pi ices from $5 to S15.00 v W 'lEl Buy now while the lot is unbroken o rS i Rugs We huvc some splendid valuer in Crex Kugs, Cnrpets and Linoleums. Let us show you these vnlues. We are agen ts for the "Famous Amour Brand of Fertilizers" home-fitti- Furniture We enn show you most anything you need in including: ng, Stoves, Ranges, Wash Stands, Pete Sheeran Bro. Kirk, hoc 5 & Co M HOE Rocking Chairs, Davenports, Dressers and Bedsteads in any style and price. iA CZ30EZDIC hoc IIC HOE ) o c HOE 3 C Kentucky 30E D CZ30EZD HARDINS6URG NEWS. Clair, of Webster, were visitors in town ' fl DoZef) ReaSOnS Why aiuuruuy I I if k.llJ dence. Circle The members of the Uon-Aare requested to meet with Miss Anna Kincheloe Saturday evening at seven o'clock. Dr. Allen Kincheloe, was in town Saturday. Miss Amelia Squires is visiting her President Wilson. brother, Harney Squires, in Cloverport. Social Paragraphs From the Mrs. E. McDavis and son, Thomas, BECAUSE: spent last week with her brother, Thur-ma- n 1. He is the only candidate for PresiCounty Seat The Bon-ADrane, in Louisville dent who represents the real, the Club to Meet with Miss Anna Rev and Mrs. M. L. Dyer and chilvital and the effective progressive dren, and Miss Tula Daniel, have re, forces in this country. Kincheloe-Oth- er Notes. turned from Morganfield where they H He stands for tariff revision downnttended Conference. ward in the interest of lower prices Dr. M. O. Robertson, of Glen Dean, Hiram ) 'helps, of Louisville, is the and the elimination of monopoly. came up for a few hours Friday on guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Hseler. 3. He stands for trust legislation which business. John Hendrick spent Thursday and will prevent the control of prices Miss Annie Nelson Hall spent last Friday in Owensboro attending the through any sort of monopoly. week in the country with her aunt, Fair. He stands for the income tax and . Dolph DeHaven. Mr;-John D. Shaw, cashier of the Farmbelieves that wealth should share James V. Miller bus been quite ill, ers Hank, and Mrs. Shaw, were in thf burdens as wed as the blessings but much improved today. Louisville Usi week attending the . of government. Haser, jounnest son of Mr. and Hankers Convention. 5. He stands for the rights ol labor Miss Isabel Hendrick is visiting Miss Mr. Tice Miller, had an attack of apand the protection of the man who Esther Fayne at Stephensport. pendicitis lust Thursday. earns his bread by the sweat of his .Mr. and Mrs. Tice Hendrick spent brow, as shown in his record .as Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Hall attended Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. Larkin GibGovernor of New Jersey. the Owensboro Fair last week. son, of CJoverport. 6. He stands for the revival of our Fred IlennitiK. of Daviess county, is Mrs. Davis Dowell viited in Garfield merchant marine, and for the gov visiting his uncle. D. H. llenniu,'. last week. ernment encouragement ot agriSupt. Andrew Dritkell is very busy culture, industrial and vocational T. .1. Turley, of Owensboro, was a visiting schools, but can always be education visitor in toA-- last week. found in his i nice every Saturday. He trusts the people and believes Marvin Beard went to Louisville Miss lithel Woods, of Chicago, is the Monday on business. that the governed should govern: Ruest of her uncle, J. W. Guthrie. and that Senators should be chosen Mrs. Fanny of Union Star, is by the people Mrs. C. L. Heard and son, C. L., Jr., the guest of Mrs. Percy Heard. and Miss Lilli.m Heard, of DcminK, N. He faithfully performs in office the Raymond Dowell spent Sunday in M., arrived Saturday and will be the promises made out of office. Garfield with his parents. guests of Jih'kb Mercer until H F. 9. He will "Clean House" at WashMiss Hurnice Withers is in Heard's residence U vacated. ington as he has "Cleaned House" visiting her aunt, Mrs. Hell. D. II. HenninK attended the Owens-ba- n in New Jersey. Miss Lill'an Heard has accepted a Fair Friday and Saturday 10, He preaches and practices clean Misses lilla and Emma Ahl and Anna position with the Hank of Hardinsburg politics, and practices it effectively. Kincheloe visited the Oakland school and Trust Co. He unalterably opposes machine Circuit Court next Monday. Friday afternoon and went on a grape politics and the rule of the bosses. hunt with the teacher and pupils. Mrs. George W, Evans returned from 11. He stands for legitimate big busiRev. J. J. Willett and family have Louisville Sundaynight where she has ness every day, but for monopoly moved into Dr. Kincheloe's new resi- been to purchase her fall and winter never. Should Vote For Next FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense Suggestions. Women suffering from any form of female ills are invited to communicate For "Quality's Sake" Use Lewisport BEST IT MEANS Plour PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING promptly with the woman'sprivate correspondence department of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established a confidential correspondence which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or used a letter without tho written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confidential letters to get out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest. Out of the vast volume of experienco which they have to draw from, it is more than possible that they possess the very knowledge needed in your case. Nothing is asked in return except your good will, and their advice has helped thou sands, burely any woman, rich or poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. Address Lydia E. Pink-ham If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us LEWI5P0RT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky CO. Big Bargain in a Farm! 261 Acres good land for $1,250 This land lays on Tnr Creek one inilo west of Balltown. It prows good corn, tobacco, wheat nnd clover. Splendid for raising Htock. 25 acres good bottom land, remainder hilly. It has good 4 room dwolling, new; veranda and porch; tobacco and feed barn. Iteason for selling, moved to Louisville. This is one of tho beht farms in Breckenridge county for tho price. For further particulars see Sam Matthews, Cabot, Ivy. or JOHN MATMEWS, m ;a 925 Gross Avenue, Louisville, Ky, Medicine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Mass. 80-pago H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. Phone 18. Residence Sliellman House the Democratic meeting Saturday. of the M. H. Heard, Hank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co., is at home from the Hankers Convention that met iu Louisville last week. James Howard Gardner got his arm huitvery badly while playing football last week. Peyton C'laycomb aud Kufus St. vice-preside- nt of McQuady, It is reported that the young doctor is making good. Robert A, Sinish is at home after a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Orrln Hardin, Hiter. Run. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dtun, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Heard Saturday. Impute blood runs vou down makes Cleve Hendrick, assistant cashier of you an easy victim for disease. For the Farmers Dank, attended the Ow- pine blood aud sound digestion Burdock Blood Hitters. At all drug stores. ensboro Fair Friday and Saturday. Ernest Henderson, of Hasin Spring, Price $ 1.00. was in town Saturday. Tindle-Davis- . Green Handy, of Irvington, attended millinery. For reliable write or call to solemn promise to be really, in the advice, repairing or purchases T. C. highest sense, a servant of the Lewis, Hardinsburg. people." T. C. Lewis, the (jeweler, attended the Owensboro Fair last week. Sick headache is caused by a disorPostmaster Hall was in Louisville dered stomach, Take Chamberlain's Monday. Tablets aud correct that and the headThe Methodist church at Harned will aches will disnpnear. For sale by all be dedicated next Sunday. Rev. J. T. dealers. Rushing will preach the sermon. A Every woman ought to hnvo Xydia E. Pinkhnm's Text Book. It is not n book for general distribution, as it Is too expensive. It is free nnd only ia As Senator LaFolIette says: "He obtainable by mall. Write for jewelry and watches, approaches every problem with the it today. see me personally for Committee, laid especial emphasis on the people taking advantage of their opportunity and by helping to pay the expenses of the campaign, keep the rich men from doing so, and give the demagogues no chance to inflame the masses against the rich. It will increase their love for country and be a test of enlightened and patriotic manhood. If they fai1 to do so the next campaign may see the old order of things resumed. "Let us," as Mr. Camben says, "on our part uphold Woodrow Wilson and see that he is not left to the humiliation of asking his personal ft lends to pay him out of DENTIST Kentucky Hardinsburg, ::: tf Office Over 147 Farmers Bank FWRrVf ono-hultwo-stor- y Acres Under Cultivation. FOR SALE Good Stock Barn Great Opportunity. Never did tho great common people have such a chance to come to their own as now. The big interests nave for years been financing the campaigns and then claiming the right to dictate to the successful candidate in which they have generally been successful. Governor Wilson positively refuses Bro. Cottrell was called to Tobins-porto accept any of their money, but is Ind , on Sunday afternoon to looking to the people to furnish the unite in marriage Mr. Fred Davis and necessary funds for the expenses of his Miss Carrie TIndle. They will reside campaign, so that when elected he can in the Tobinsport vicinity. take the office amenable to none but them In his splendid address to the editors Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News At Louisville, Chairman Johnson N. one year 13.50. j Camden, of the Democratic Campaign ti Good hill land: orchard: fino tobacco land? wnll w..tnw.,i t Btock; f under cultivation; 1 mile from river; 2 miles to station; good house, G rooms. 45x45 tobacco barh J40 to 50 bushels of corn or 1200 to 1400 pounds of dark tol bacco or 1,000 pounds of Burloy can bo raised to an acre. ' For further information address WATLINGTON BROS., : Stepliensport, Ky. debt." Consult T. N. McGlothlan for subscriptions to Courier-Journ- al, Timos, Post, Herald, Fanners Homo Journal, Stock Yard Journal, Western llocordur and' Breck enridgo News. DR. W. A. WALKER. 5 DENTIST 3 umifc uvtK WALKtK'S BAKERY :: $3.50 HARDINSBURG, KY Subscribe Rightj ir N(V&. Newest and bast methods in dentistry &, ii!iiiMArtkfc rfiiA AtnH- - .L,.., M 'p n 1RMERS STRIVE j. Gibson, Hook, Compton, Duvnll, II. Gibson, Meadow, llnswell, Dillon, l'hnmast Curtis, W Shellman. FOR GOOD ROADS. C CLOVERPORfPROOF Clover-port tes to Gulf Road Men Form Railroad Fares R.ebated 1 " Organization to Promote Pike Should Convince Every bacon a son i Mail M Orders Carefully Filled LI i INCORPORATED BlUrr deluding Louisville and Nash- rille-D- r. Bruncr Calls on Ru ral Districts For Aid. IEE STATES TO LINK. Reader. The frank statement , of n neighbor, telling" the merits of a icmedy, Bids you pause .'tnd believe. lamnioth Owe, Ky , Oct. 5 The ktruction of a continuous hlghwa) mgh Indiana, Kentucky and Ten (see, with a vast network of lateral Hers linking all of the counties of Be States, is the ambitious goal to- Good hi which the Fids Association, otganlaed at the nventlon here today, will strive ac- fding to resolutions adopted at tho feting. rhe completion of a thoroughfare king the cities of Indianapolis, Lou- aile and Nashville, is the first thing d the program of the Lnkes-to-the-Gulf I newly-forme- kociation. temporary organization of an Iterprlse so vast could not be com- eted upon the dav of its birth Louis- le good roads enthusiasts, however, fre elected by acclamation to the two sitions filled by the cheering dele tes. Pendleton beckiey, ot l.ouis-lland II. L. Ramsay, secretary of "he The same enordscment ny some stranncr far away Commands no belle! at all Here's a Cloverport case. A Cloverport citizen testifies. Head and be convinced. Price Graf am, carpenter, Clover-por- t, Ky., says: "Some years ago I publicly recommended Doan's Kidney Pills and now I am glad to say that I have not been bothered for the past year or two by kidney trouble Sometimes I have a little difficulty with the kidney secretions, the passago3 being scanty, but Doan's Kidney Pills, which I get at Fisher's Drug Store, quickly cure mo. You are at liberty to publish my endorsement of this remedy " For sale by all dealers. Price flO n Co., Buffalo, cents. York, sole agents for the United New States, .Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Mllbur- Annual Silk Sale More Silks, Prettier Styles and Better Values than we have ever offered Thousands of Dollars' worth of the $1.00 Serge Satin Sale Price $1.00 BEST BLACK SILKS Offered in This Sale at Trade-winnin- g Liberty Satin Sale Price 75c A Yard Prices Silk advertised, you AVhethor you select the lowest or the highest-price- d can depend upon it that your selection will provo eminently satisfactory, as all tho Black Silks on snlo arc such that wo can and do guarantee to wear. 89c Black Taffeta; nil silk; !)0 inches wide; priced for this sale at a yard 69c A Yard Th's Serge Satin is 36 inches wide; guaranteed for two seasons, and is to be had in brown, cream, navy, gray and black. JHu CJ $1.35 Black Satin Dutchess; all silk; 26 Black China Silk; 30 inches wide; a spe daily good quality that we will 65c ,. feature at, a yard Black Satin Dutchess; 3(1 inches wide; exceptional value at, yard. inches wide; will be sold on CI . 1IU 0 4)1 Monday at, a yard... $1.50 Black Bcngallnc; heavy or fine chord; 30 inches wide: priced tfl QC 4) I ,Li attractively at, a yard $2.00 Black flessnllne: lusturous finish; a yard 40 This elegant Satin has the charming charmeuse finish which is now so e, Sudden Death, Mrs. T. D. Lewis. inches wide: 95C e iouisvuie vmomoDiie who lanimously chosen president and sec tary, respectively, of the association rhe board of directors, which win Irect the affairs of the association and (ill consist of four men from each ate, will be elected later at separate leetings held in Indiana, Kentucky id Tennessee, the dates of which $1.50 very popular for waists and costumes; it is 2 inches wide and to bo had in all the popular shades. 1 ive not yet Deen aesignaieu. ajic toice of a treasurer, who will be under heavy bond, will follow the appoint ment of the directorate. R About 5OO good roads enthusiasts rom the three States took part in tlie lunching of the project. Of these lore than 12s were from Louisville. Tashville and Indianapolis came next yith large delegations and other cities tnd towns in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee furnished the remainder of the convention visitors. The percent- ige of farmers who will profit most by d of the froad work, was about ftotal attendance. Dr. Bruner welcomed the visitors in behalf of the Governor and of the State 6 Kentucky, a.nd promised the cooperation of. this State in any praiseworthy good roads projects which might be the outcome of the meeting. Dr. Bruner laid especial stress upon the beneed for harmonious cities and those tween the people of the of the rural districts, declaring that the farmers, as a class, will profit more by the construction of good roads than any others; and that better highways are absolutely essential to the full development of the agricultural resources of the South. one-thir- A messago has been received here announcing the death of Mrs. T. D. Exceptional Value in Black Messaline Mail Orders Lewis, at La Grange, Georgia, yester3(i inch all Silk Black Messaline; regular 80c quality: ns and extra special induceday at noon at the home of her daughof $5.00 or ment for this sale we will place on sale twenty pieces of this Silk and offer them ter, Mrs. W. L. Pierce. Her death was as long as they last at, per yard . due to heart failure. more Mrs. Lewis was Miss Margaret J. 65c Scotch Plaid and Fancy RocklleUl Smith, and, was reared near The Scotch Plaid Silks are 18 Inches SALH PRICE The Fancy Brocaded Messaline Silks Delivered in this county, at the home of her beauty will impress 1 wide, and their worth 65c, are 18 inches wide and brother, 'Squire Vance Smith. She Free years of age, and was seventy-fiv- e you as much as the the low price at are to be had in all colors, with was the widow of Rev. T. D. Lewis, of which they are offered. white and colored pin str'pes. A YARD the Louisville Conference, also the mother of Rev. F. E. Lewis, recently appointed pastor of the M. E. Church South at Scottsville, Ky. She made her home here a fow years ago with another son, Henry E. Lewis, now of Clarksville, Tenn Mrs. Lewis was a cousin of Mrs. W. H. Parks, and an aunt of Mrs. R E. Porter, of this city. Dan C. Robertson, Of Vienna, Her remains will be brought here for Murdered-Well-Kno- wn III., morning at 10 o'clock. burial Brief services will be conducted at County. Breckenridge In cemetery by Rev. D. .S. Falrview Campbell, Dr. S. M Miller and Dr. J. Other Notes. Organized 1872 Cloverport, Ky. al Bowling W. Lewis. 59c Silk J Jyl Railroad Fares Refunded at the Rate of 5 per cent discount J LODIBMWS THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK SOLID AS A ROCK FOR Times-Journ- Green, Ky. l?or regular action of the bowelf ; eapy, natural u'oveuienlp, relief of constipation, try Doan's Uegulets. i!5i at all stores. Rose" Bow To Be The Rage. Chicago, Sept. 20 Several hundred delegates to the dressmakers' conven tion made the acquaintance of a new session. It was "creation" at the ''rose," or wired bow, to be worn on ttie skirt to catch the long draperies which fashion has depreed must go almost the lull lergth of the dress. "This decoration is distinctly new," said Miss Laughlin, a director. "It doesn't belong to 1812 or I850 or any other period. Its purpose is to hold the draperies, but its possibilities as a decoration are many. It probably will be worn as big as a chrysanthemum or a saucer and will be either in harmonizing or contrasting colors, persons who favor a bright spot on the skirt will have an opportunity to Indulge their fancies to the extreme. "Laces will be distinctly In favor for evening wear in Chicago this winter. Chiffons will be popular and panne vel vets, charmeuse satins aid zibellnes will be in demand." 's Hardinsburg Team Meets Defeat-T- oo Much of Manual. The Breckenridge County High School met defeat in Louisville Saturday in the football game with Manual. The score was sixty to nothing In favor of Manual. The largest gain made by a Hardinsburg man came in the second quarter when Haswell skirted left and for four yards. The members of the Hardinsburg team are: H. Shellman, Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-owomen, been a popular Cardui has success for over 50 years. ut Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and son, Jubal, spent the week end visiting friends and relutives at French Lick, Ind Mrs. Nellie Norton and Mrs. Gola Severs, of Cripple Creek, Col., who have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Grant, returned home last Sunday. Dr. J. M. Hardin, of Brandenburg, was the guest of A. M. Hardin last Sunday. Earl Huffman has gone to Illinois to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Selzer and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvington, were visiting Miss Ida Belle Ater last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gabe O. Bryant, of Rhodelia, are tho guests of relatives in Louisville this week. Mrs. Tom Robertson and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Payne, of Webster, Saturday and Sunday. Miss MIrl Basham and Bill Dodson spent last Sunday with Mrs. J B. and attended the funeral at Raymond. Miss Nina Hardin was the guest of Miss Lucile Parr, of Clifton Mills, Saturday and Sunday. Fry-mire UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 40 YEARS 3 An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits Educate For Business Day an3 night Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. school in session the entire year. .Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . .Shorthand Uooklu'cpin. , , .Typewriting. .Civil Service. .Commercial law. .Arithmetic. .Sitclliiig. .Kngllsh. .(Jrainniar. Namo Calculation. l'cutwmship. . Commercial Geography. . Heading. . 1tiiulilii, Commerce. . ICupid . . rniictiiatlon. Use of Adding MucliliiU and . other olllco devices. When you have a bad cold you want the best medicine, obtainable so us to cure it with as little delay as possible. Here Is a druggist's opinion: "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for hlteen years," says huos Lollar ot Saratoga. Ind., "aud consider it the best on the market." For sale by all dealers, Mr. Marion General Agent. Leon Marion has been appointed general agent for the h., H. & St. L R. R. at Owensboro to succeed J L. Sweeney, Mr. Marlon was chief clerk to V. H. Tartlett, general agent of I C. It R. at Owensboro. Mr. Sweeney resigned to accept a position as tralllc manager for tho Universal Stenotype Company. E57 Sale! On uccount of ill health to sell ray For I AND .. Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." Dan 15. Robertson, of Vienna, 111., who has a host of friends and relatives In Jireckenrldge, was murdered one day last week bv his J. 13d ward Wamsley. There was a man out hunting and saw Robertson and Wamsley at the barn. After he had passed the barn a short way, he htard a nun-shot- . He saw Wumsley leave the barn alouo running. He met Wamsley and Wants ley told this inun that there were two robbers in the barn and they had shot son-in-la- E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensboro, Ky. want ft f! Take CARDUI kukaj 5 AlHk - - rm-- mtmTJ-- . lJbiiJbrnuiMHi V i Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her let- Store House Hardware Business Good stand and u good busine Tho tight nmn can nmko money If so, call Mr. farmer, aro you interested? tho munngonof tho Cumberland Tolophono oti & Telegraph Company and have him explain lifl tho special "Farmers Lino" into. 5! ter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui foi your troubles. It may be the remedy yotf need ,... His Place On Tho Team. Knlcker Is Smith a quarterback? Bocker No; a progressive. New York Sun. at hint. Not long before they saw the barn in a bluze. As soon as some of the neighbors could get there they found Robertson charred almost to a ccal, they got hint cut, picked 8f shot out of his body six of them had penetrated his "heart. Cumberland A Telephone & Telegraph Co. A (Incorporated.) Clover Blossoms Sunday. The Clover Blossoms Missionary So clety will meet Sunday afternoon, October 13, at three o'clock, instead of Saturday. T. N. Houso Party At Glen Dean. Profitable Opponent. -- McGloth-Ia- n I & Son New Cottages. Robert Exshaw is building two tages in Breckenridge Addition. cot- IrvlMgtOM, - Kentucky Mrs. Winks Is your husband a good Miss Louise Moorman gave a house party at the home of her parents, Mr. poker player? and Mrs. David C. Moorman, at Glen Mrs. ninks- -I don't think so. The Dean. The guests were: Misses Kath-rln- e men are always urging him to play, and Ray Lewis Heyter, Moorman Souicrvllle Journal. of this city. Lafe llehan, "7 V THE BRECKENRIDGE Issued Evory Wodncsdny. NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGT, Editor and Publisher Prudent; But Helpful the'neccssary piccautions arc observed in THOUGH there is never the least disratntcoy or lack of consideration showir to patrons of this old, reliable- institution. Instead, the oHicors are anxious to aid and abet any worthy eiitiMJ toward the c cation and development of business enterprises in and around Irvington. With this purposo in view, customers are ti eatt d with the greatest courtesy, nnd their needs met to the full extent of their baliinccsand responsibility. Wc would like to HELP YOU. - 'KhmiN Announcement From Louisville Miss Alice M. Hickey has Moved her Millinery Establishment from Fourth Avenue to 423 W. Walnut, between Gutman's new store and the Henry Watterson Hotel. THE DESIGNS OF ,' EIGHT PAGES. OVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCT 9, 1912 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT VOV PROW WILSON of New .lersoy jfe VICE PRESIDENT T1IOS. H. MARSHALL of Indinnn FIRST STATE BANK , :: Irvington, Ky. j J FOR REPRESENTATIVE HEN JOHNSON Stnlt ment of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc., of J. C. PAYNE Cashier Democratic Contributions Amount reporttd last week, $1133 and since then amounts have been received from Irvington people as follows: L. B. Moorcraan Green Bandy C. C. Smith Will Hale DavN Ashcraft Jim Biggs E. L Henderson $10 00 IP 00 FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY arc shown with pleasure to nil thoso interested in tho now styles. If you cannot cull to sco them your oidor can bo supplied by a letter of request to tho establishment or to Miss A'ddio Graham Ditto, 1223 South Iiroolc Street. The Breckenndge News, at Cloverpoit, Ky., required by the act of August 24, 1012. ) Hibbage, Cloverport, Ky., Owner, Editor, Managing Editor, Business Jno. Manager ml Publisher. Avt-nnumber of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distribute.!, tur ugh tlv malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months prece in.: i tie date of this statement, (This .information is required from dally JNO D. BABBAGE, new p.itMotily.) lo3. Editor and Owner. and subscribed before me this 1st day of October, I9IS S.vitn to V. G. BABBAGE, Notary Public. expires January 10, 101 4. M ci h .ii- -' weekly ge irnii-Mon Don't Forget When INSURING that you cun bo robbed as well tin your propoi ty burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies Wo write all form of Burglar Insurance. FASHIONS FROM NEW YORK AND PARIS Efficient Workmanship. Courtesy from season to season. ' 200 200 2 00 00 5 2 00 Henry Head Henry Neafus Albert Ashcraft Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Bob Rice ,. Miss Alice B. Hickey 423 W. 1.00 Walnut St. Louisville, Kentucky - Knlly boys rally. contribute to the Campaign fund. It (tie, mil 26 more days until the clec- - takes money to run a Campaign. If the people want to free themselves from the lion. power of the trusts they must help. If you have only 25 cents to give, give it il M'leuss in politics is work and Kt and you'll feel that you have done your action. part. Where a FredBrite taint of obligation to special interests, Arch Pulliam Thomas Crane Matshall Bell ' 2.00 5 00 2 00 1 Fire, Tornado, Plate 00 J.OO Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortrnrcsand other Legal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledgements taken. 3 their it the Hull Moosers and all noise? Wil-o- n The wave is rolling in county. Ureck-enridg- e Pol. tics will be going some from now on. Cct in the game. It is great. There ouj;iit to be a thousand Democrats in lianlinsburg next Monday on horseback. C,o the United States i 1. .on eayh htccl Li 11 1 i.ition is backing the Third 1'arty moveiuent. n Three bill.011 bushels of corn and hunched million bushels of wheat. Gnat Diiuocrntic vear for the fanner. se-e- D. Stantield Henry Davis : Moorman made a very D. G. Bright Judge Dellavcn tinielv snecch to the Democratic Chair- - J'ra Bramlett . men present at the meeting last Satur- - Tm Wythe of conducting a Cal Stanfield day. It was along lines eo' Thompson campaign. It is to be hoped that every Democrat present appreciated the force Jno. Mussleman of his remarks and will act on them. It tie0- Mlan takes leadership to win in any calling of Jonas Lyons life and unless you obey your leader and Chas. Han have confidence in him you can't win. Ed. Alexander It is our opinion that the Democrats in Pius Fackler Urcckenridge never had a better leader G. S. Ashcraft Hay nes Treut or a more faithful one. Ed. Reis T. B. Henderson, Webater, - 1.00 2 00 1.00 1.00 ' 00 1 00 1.00 1 Look Here! When You Want 5.00 1 1 00 .00 ...... 100 -'."" 1 Marion Weatherholt' Cloverport, Ky. Insurance! Insurance, Sick and Accident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail Insurance on Tobacco, all in Life k, 00 00 2.00 1 1 (0 ..... C. H. Claycomb, " J. C. Crutcher, Stith-Brock- " . 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. II L. Payne and chil1 00 dren and Miss Regina Lon are spend 1 00 Rose-ville- .. I 00 ing a week with relatives near 1.00 MoU all of t,he sick are improving 3 00 Tin. re an. as fine a bunch of Democrats in Ir .ngton a.s ever went down the road. 'Il.ey vote, they work, they Court of Appeals Sustains VerThe following invitations have been dict of Breckenridge County received here: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jury-Ju- dge of Moorman's Case. Stith request the honor theiryour presdaughter, ence at the marriage of The Kentucky Court of Appeals last Priday handed down an opinion affirmSenator j. W. Newman writes that he ing the judgment of the Urcckenridge will be present at the Rally next Mon- Circuit Court in the case of Louisville, day. He is one of the best speakers in Henderson & St. I.ouis Railway vs. Kentucky and as true as steel. Rlvina Osborne, of Glen Dean. With the damages and interest, the decision has this means between $4,500 and ?5,ooo for the The Hindu brief renew of the situation: ' Taft plaintiff. will get rest, Roosevelt revenge and This was a most interesting personal Woodn w Wilson the presidency." injury case, and has attiacted widespread attention on account of the many The l.ewisport Ilruss Hand, as fine a intricate points of law involved, it is litiui'h of ouiig men as you ever saw also probably the first motor car case dein a baud, will make music for the Dem- cided by this court, and was warmly ocrat Rally at Hardiiisburg next Mou- - contested by an able array of legal talent of the railroad. There were a great number of witnesses on both sides. Mrs. Osborne was returning from The humblest Democrat in this loun-S- y church, along with many other persons, can vote and his vote counts just as off the 3uuch as the biggest, the br.iinest and and did not have time to get track after she discovered the car. She 'the most active. What he lacks is just was struck and knocked into the air, retaction. ceiving the injuries for which she sued and recovered. Democrats, you will be needed at Har- Her case was prepared by Judge Moorxliusburg next Monday. Go if you have man. Col. Ilennett II. Young, of Louisto walk. It's worth walking n'llles, to ville, was associated in the trial of the "have a chance to vote for Democrats like case. Hon. R. A. Miller, general coun""Wilson and Marshall. sel of the railroad, James R. Skillman and Claude Mercer represented the If you would rid Democracy from the Times-Unio- n Katie Godfrey, to Cleveland C. Brock, Sunday morning the thirteenth of Oc tober, one thonsand nine hundred and twelve, at nine o'clock at residence, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Special Train Democratic Rally. Special train will leave Cloverport n- - Miss Ethel Carwilc, of Irvington, spent a few days with Mrs. Abe Bryant. J.B Jackson, of Mattingly, was here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Frank Ruppert ofTnj-forwere here Thursday. Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Mr. Mat Mattingly's, near Kirk, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ambros Mudd and daughter, Gertrude, spent Sunday at Mr. Haycruft's. School here is progressing nicely. Stith-Keit- h. Lowest Rates of any Company in America. The I 7 a. in., arrive at 8:45 '" leave Hardiiisburg for Cloveqiort 4:30 Miss Rachel Stith, daughter of Thos. p. m. This train will make all stops J. Stith, and Ray Keith, sou of W. W. between Cloverport and Hardiiisburg. Keith, will be married in Louisville on Rates $1 from all points Cloverport to Wednesday the 9U1, and will return imI.odiburg included; 80c cuts from Web- mediately after the marriage to Uewley-villster, 75 cents front Irvington. Reduced They will visit among relatives fares from all Branch Line points, same for a week, after which they will leave as authorized for the Fair. Tickets sold for Los Angeles, Cal., their future home. October 14; return limit October 15. The groom has been in business in California for several years. Ilewleyville correspondent. Returning, L. C. TAUL, Insurance Man, Cloverport, Ky W'SlWWWWlWPWUlWw'WRrBSffWfl'WW WWWBW e. McQUADY SfrongocAs Secure (waranree Thick vra& h '""l"n.'i,sawi jB I Thomas Crenshaw, of near port, passed through here Thursday to Kirk. Miss Mary Clark, of near Glen Dean, was here this week the guest of' her sister, Mrs. Frank Ball. Mrs. Lizzie Keenan, of Mattlngly, is with Mrs. Sue Taul who continues very 111. Clover- Mrs. Fraize's Visit to Her Lovely Aunt, Past Ninety. Mrs. Frank Fraizd has returned home from Bluff City, where she visited her aunt, Mrs. Mary Haynes, who is now yen'r. Mrs, Fraize in her ninety-secon- d said she found her still remurkably active, overseeing the housekeeping of her home and taking part in it. Mrs. Haynes is interested in every one and her unselfish disposition has made her life nlways of interest to others. She gave Mrs. Fraize a lace cap that belonged to her grandmother, Mrs. Roderick Warfield.nnd it is a hundred years old. en-rou- te Lei us take care ofyoun money ana f2 yozir -- . , if If mOiWmM RiU Ml .HOr lltlllll m&isZL - WfflllnSilI i i wmmwm HHrav'- wLMKS mwBt ji , iti affairs:,ssivmkmmamim x:;3MMmmBiB y, i. v wK3mm il- tah DISSOLUTION SALE NOTICE Notice is hereby given shut the firm of SMITH & TINIUS, of Stopuensport, Breckinridge county, Ivy., is hereby dissolved. All of the assets of the said firm will bo sold at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, on Monday, Ootobor 14th, 1912, to the highest and best bidder, for cash or on six and 12 months' time, the purchaser to oxecuto note with approved security, and the sellers ing the right to rej'cct any, and all bids, at will, and to sell tho property as a part or as a whole. For piivato reasons this firm has dissolved and their thoroughly equipped plant will bo sold on extremely reasonable terms. There will bo sold one Stave and Heading Manufacturing plant and Saw Mill combined, comploto and ready for operation, located at Stophonsport, Ky., together with the real estate on which it is located, including jono yard 100x200 ft., and in which is located tho following items of machinery, One 30 h. p. Engine; one 50 h. p. Boiler; one Standard Saw Mill; one Stave Cutter with equalizer; one Heading Saw; one Bolting Saw; one Heading Circular; one Heading Jointer; Blower with all pipe conections; two Stave Jointers; two Bar rcl Heaters and many other articles, an itemized list of which will be announced on day of sale. ro-hcr to-wi- $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH For your spare tlnii Experience not need- ed. Want un active man In this locality. To Introduce uh to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when sick, Injured, and at death, for smallest cost. offer to first apand Cash-Ilonplicant from this place. Write quick for particulars, THE -U 835, Covington. Ky. Why do Trust Companies handle nearly all the large estates? Because, those who have large estates to leave know who is best qualified to handle their estate. We keep, to the penny, an absolutely accurate account of all your affairs, and our charges are less than those of a private individual. APPOINT OUR TRUST COMPANY as your Executors or Trustees, or Guardians for your Children, We con also act as your Agent while you are living. Come in and consult us, y,u arc always in touch with profitable in- - Blue Blood Runs Out. Race and class prejudices arc rapidly breaking down In this country, as Indeed they should, for there Is no room in a pure democracy for either. With a vestments. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000.00" THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. t: n Hardinsburg Ky. The effort to main- This property cost ruoro than $3,500 when installed and is going to bo a bargain for some purchaser. For particulars write MOORMAN & BALL, Agents, Hardinsburg, Ky. million Immigrants pouring into thli country annually, and with the birth rate among the foreign-borlargely exceeding that of the native stock, it is clear that the 'salvation of this country depends upon the exhibition of a fraternal spirit rather than upon the rigid maintenance of racial dlstlnc- n tlons. It is a great mistake to assume that the children of the stolid, Ignorant immigrants are dullards. On the contrary, they very frequently carry off the intellectual honors in the public hk'h schools, and prove themselves well worthy to be adopted Into the great American family. tain In this country a caste of blood or wealth must inevitably break down, for the blue blood so ofteu runs out: while as to wealth, It is but three crations from shirt slecvs to shirt gel sleeves agaia, TShe Breckenridge News 1912 Dr. W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent,. t WEDNESDAY, OCT 0, if VII Dentist LOCAL BREVITIES Cloverport, Kentucky r til- - I. 1 1...!..tnn thlo i week. I fc I J, D. Seaton was in Oweusboro last week. R. O. Willis spent Friday in Hock Miss Martha Willis is going to Lou i lsville today. Mrs. Rogers hns returned home from Toblnsport. Tom Ryan was in town Monday delivering timber. Mrs. Huff, of Owensboro. Is visiting Mrs. Jas. Sahll. f Miss Maruaret Wroe spent Sunday in Owensboro. f Mrs. Dick Perkins is sick at her hnmc on the hill, ilrs. Daisy Beavln went to Owons- ro Thursday. Capt. W. T. Ellis, of Owensboro, was here last week. Dr. Hllllary Boone, of Louisville, was here Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jnmes Cordrey has received a new order of pattern hats. Misses Louise and Mildred Babbage spent Wednesday in Louisville. Julius Dutschke was in town Saturday from Holt visiting tho merchants. Mrs. Aleck Eskridgc visited her mother, Mrs. Bolin, at'Fordsville last week. New arrivals of hats and hat tritn mings this week at Miss Evelyn Hicks' visit to Mrs Frank Frnize. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. McOovern And little daughter called nt the News office yesterday to see the press run. Mr and Mrs. Joe Simmons have re turned from a visit to his parents at the'r country home near here. Miss Lu'a Severs goes to Irvlngton today in the interest of organizing a music clnss there by special request. Mrs. May and daughter, Mrs. J Scott Vance, went to Oweusboro Friday to visit Mrs. Mary Brledenbach. Mrs J W. Waters and little son. Harold, of Highland, Kansas, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas K. Martin. Shelby Pate l having an up to date story cottage erected on his lot purchased in the Breckenrldgo Addl tion. Several from McDaniels and West View attended the eame of ball here Saturday between West View and to Clo-verp- of Miss Francis Green Brothers of Falls of Rough, who has been ill several weoks, Is Ht her Moorman, secretary desk again. Mr. and Mrs Chnrles Moorman, Jr., of Versailles, have been the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WicklilTo Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glasscock returned Sunday from Fordsville where Mr. The Kpworth League bad a nice program Sunday night with Miss Pauline Moorman leader ar.d thirty nine present. Mr Earl Dohler leads Sunday. Mrs. Ross and her mother, Mrs, visited Mrs. Roy Gabbert at last week Mrs Bartles stopped off at Skillman to be the guest of relatives. Roy lihodrs, of MclHn'els, accompanied by his cousin, Harry Storms of that place, were guests of his sister, Mrs. N. H Qulgglns, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent Thursday In Louisvillo shopping for her daughter, Miss Sarah Denn Moorman, who has entered Caldwell College at Danville. Deputy Sheriff R. O. Perkins arrested a negro Monday on Hardin's farm who killed a negro two 'years ago In Tennessee. Mr. Perkins took him to Clerksvllle, Tenn., Monday night where he will be taken in charge and have his tiial. Mrs. II D, Kosh and daughter, Mils Donna Ross, and two sons, Messrs Randall nnd J. U. Ross, of I'arkersburg, W Va., were guests of her brother, Mr. James D Randall, last wock, They wcro enroute to San Antonio, Texas, to spend the winter. Mrs. Sallie Moorman will leave the first of November for Florida On account of suffering with rheumatism she will spend the winter in that climate Miss Kathrlne Moorman will have a room at the home of Mr. and Mrs Rufus McCoy on River Street and will board at the Cloverport Hotel. Bar-tie- s, ort I W a. r t s . A splendid line of new Lcw-Isp- Tor Sal- e- Calves. fALK At farmer' price, nix nice FOIt enlo Poland China horcur ffllt. barren I'lymoMi Kock roekrelU o pulletis: fr until December I: Inter!! SO. undefeated at County rmr. M O. Iioixmliun ft foil, Tule 'reuk Slock harm IIiirOliislmrK, Ky , Koutol. C HATS a N For Sale tn House lioiwe with reception FOU water and nn in lmue;Roliab'el Mrs. Smile nnd all ncc, Mary oulluilldlugH woorm in, uioverpou, lty. DCAPS for men, boys and children For Sale Farm two FOU SAl.U Karm 2C acreit, ro'iil. burns and l on Stejiliurnport. two iiiIIcm fr in llurillnt'-iiri- r land one bUh Matenf cultivation. I'rleofluptr acre. W A Mm ley, llardlntlm g. Ky. (l.-o- Ready for your inspection. Come and take a look at them. Now is o NK For Sale Barge Haw. 3Nft,xl)ft. 10 In. Price AnartM iiotim. uiorerpon, ivy, For Rent 280 Acre Farm ffifl.00. A uod farm of Foil IlKNTHenderson county. 20 aeres at Must have a lanre working force, good teams and tools, iwrt 'o a eminblo maiiuiter Forrest Haynes, llltt Arlington Ave . St. Louis, Mo. the time to get the White Narcissus Bulbs to bloom for Thanksgiving. For Rent 70 Acre Farm FOU 1IKNT "Oiicrns of land well Improved I'ettlt. Ilavloss county. Must lnivu pood teiims and tools and lie a Rood worker. Forrest llnyncs.Hin Arlington Ave. ,St Louis, Mo. For Sale We can supply you FOIl SALE-- A 15 liorfo power stationery Enu'lno; Watklna nvike, In good HreckenrldRo News, Clovcrrort, Ky. ro-pa- ir. For Sale Mortgages and all kinds COIt SALK-Deo- rts, ckenrldgo News, of legal blanks. Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE. they visited his father, J. H. Glasscock. and Mrs. YOUR CHILD'S Will sell cheap cood Fairbanks-Hors- e engine which hns Just been thoroughly overhauled and is In first cla-condition. Inquire of JAfllES TAQUti, Clover-pors store. James Waggoner, who got his foot broken Thursday, is getting along all right. Mrs. Haynes, of Louisville, will vis it her daughter, Mrs. Hoffious Behen -- j this week. k Claude Mercer and Miss Annie Hardlnsburg motored from Thursday 'Mrs. Lou Satterneld went to Kirk Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs Den-nlLaslie. O. T. Skillman and Paul Lewis returned home Friday from the Banker's Convention Aleck Eskridge has sold his farm near Tar Springs to Mr. Goatly. Con eration 51,800. Hon-drice - Jr., returned to their Mrs Joe Fallon and son, Toe Fallon. home at Elmitch Saturday evening. Chas. Fisher was in Louisville last week buying goods for Green Brothers, of Falls of Rough. Mrs. Jas. Flood, of near Stephens-port- , visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. last week. Mr. and Mrs Joe Fitch spent Sunday evening the guests of Dr. Parks and Mrs. Parks In Irvlngton. Mrs Katie Showers left Saturday Jor her home in Elizabethtown after a Mr. and Mrs. Dan Duncan and little daughter, Eunice Wheeler, of Louisville, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan. Mrs. Prince Davis has returned to her home In Durant, Okla , after a short visit here to Mrs Sam Conrad and Miss Ella Smith Mrs. P. D Hawkins and son. Mr. Jamison Hawkins, of Stephensport. were guests of Mrs. Harry Hamman Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. A. H. Murray left Wednesday "morning to visit her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Crnry, of Cincinnati, and her son, Mr. Harold Murray. fiuck Jones while working at the shops became overheated and was unconscious for several hours, but has recovered and is back at work. Mrs. Eve Clark and daughter, Miss Evelyn Clark, of Covington, will be the guests of M rs John D. Babbage today enrcute to Tobinsport. Mr. and Mrs Isadora Popham and children have moved from the country and will live at Tho Den. Mr. Popham hs a position in Brown's store Judge Mercer and son, Claude MerMiss cer, and their stenographer, Whlttlnghill, were here from Hardins burg Friday taking depositions, Cleveland Hendrlck and Robert of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Miller Thursday night enroute to the Owensboro fair. Hen-drlc- FUTURE IfWhat have you done, or have you done ANYTHING to insure to vour child a successful future? IfOne of tho Marion Weatherholt General Contractor Phone 50 Cloverport, Ky. See me for anything in t, Ky. Subscribe Today! greatest les- sons you can teach him is to realize the value of money. Start a bank account here in his name and teach him to save his pennies, nickles and dimes; inculcate in him the invaluable habit of thrift; it will give him self respect and make others respect him It will enable him, when ho enters the business world, to be in a position to take advantage of good business and BEBMf. Miss Ada Drury Stith i.-- home from Louisville for an indefinite btay. Miss Iiessie Foote lias returned nftcr a three veeks visit to Louisville. Glad to report D. C. Heron better at this writing.' He lias been very ill of typhoid fever for some weeks. Mrs. V. C. Darling and Miss Jeanctte Darling returned to Carrolltoii Fiidav, after several weeks .stay with Mrs. C. II. Building Material, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Decorations ties investment opportuniThe early training start a savings We pay a liberal Drury. Screen Doors, Windows andjWire Screening, Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plastering, Sand, Carpentering, Painting, Concreting and Brick Laying. of the child cannot be too strongly urged. $ I'O will account. interest on time deposi's. The Farmers Hardinsburg, Bank, Ky. T. Iiyron Handy ard family left for King.swood Monday. Mr. Handy will All Kinds of Planing Mill Work to Order enter college at that place. Arvin Stitli lias just completed a new barn for Dr. J. M. Walker. Arvin is PRICES AND ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION now carpentering at C. II. Drury'.s. G. X. Lyddau and family will spend Saturday and Sunday at C. II . Dairy's. A. Foote's handsome residence is complete and now ready for occupancy. The first quarterly meeting of the this week. Robt. Jordan and family, of Los AnA .series of meetings will begin at tl e year, Irvington charge, was held here geles, Cal., are in Kentucky, and are ex- Methodist church on the night of the Saturday and Sunday. Trending Elder Hushing was present. pected to visit his father, A. M. Jordan, 2 ist. Fifty young Men at J T. HOBEN'S on Monday, October 14, to buy the SKIMANSKI CLOTHING, the only Merchant Tailor line sold straight to the customer in the county. You have never seen anything like them at the price, $15. OO. One word to the Ladies, don't fail to look through my Coat Suit Goods, as they are beauties. I am also selling the famous CARHARTT OVERALL, and below yon will see the greatest offer ever given as a prize. 45 HORSE POWER AUTOMOBILE, PRICE $2,500, Offered to the wearers of Carhartt Overalls or other Carhartt goods, who guess nearest the exact number of popular votes, as per official count received by the electors of the winning presidential candidate. This beautiful car will be given away fr:e. A guess coupon will be issued to each purchaser of Carhartt goods entitling the holder to register one guess for each one dollar purchased on or before election day. Coupons will be transferable, and no limit placed on the number of guesses that may be made through purchases of the merchandise as described above. Here is a great opportunity to get this Carhartt Automobile FREE. Fully equipped with every possible appliance including magneto, best speedometer, trip and total mileage indicator. Quick detachable demountmohair top; automatic adjustable wind shield, "nonrattler" sixty-mil- e PI X. HOBEN'S, :: Manufacturer. Hardinsburg. J. CARHARTT, m HAMILTON y able rims together with complete set of tools. Automatic rear light, etc. Ask for full specifications at 2 12 ton lifting jack, double acting pump, horn, two gas headlights, two oil sidelights "mfM. niWnvyJa.MH -- 4 v Vifl skTr Aarswf, vu "7 1 :l u .- Wmhh k Wait as Mm mi Mi MtatMc 1 metis ale v fey Kfay w&Mte Tr. I 2'ffiifis?? ByronWelliams' es2 --- "- Coprrlffbt I91J, WMlcrn NewjpiprrCninn rod. Tho flsh darted ami piiingcu. ano In been cnught?" Tho mayor laid down his burden on the dock and smiled confidently Into the pretty face of his Interrogator. "An unmnrrled man," he began, carefully, "would answer yes; a married man, most assuredly, would deny the nllegatlon and say no." Tho young woman, with a glance of mischief In her eyes, asked Innocently: "And you?" "I would Bay, If a prisoner might express himself without Implication," qucstlonlngly, "that it depends upon tho bait!" She took her scat in tho boat and Hedlght pushed off. The east was a riot of effulgence and the lapping waves broke In crested turrets of gold as they gurgled and splashed on their way to meet the boat. Rowing steadily, the mayor studied tho face of the girl opposite the face of a paBack Here, Gol Darn Ye, an trician, softened by clear blue, kindly "Come Git Arrested!" eyes and beautified by amorous red JIps. Unconsciously Bedlght caught the hook tore loose and the dangling himself mentally reading: bait flew high in the air above her "Willi thy rod Up, redder still, head! Kissed by strawberries on tliu hill" "Oh, isn't that too bad!" she exHe drew the boat to a shady spot claimed, disappointment shadowing along tho beach and rigged a pole her pretty face. for her. "When you have hooked a flsh or "Halt it!" sho commanded, dropping a man," he began quietly, "and either her magazine. shows a disposition to plunge, give a "Hacon rind, minnows, frogs or littlo line. Keep a taut but not too" worms?" he questioned, hook in hand. resisting hold. When tho fury of the "You have just said it depends upon plunge is over, reel in cautiously. If you do this, the man or the fioh will always come back captive." "I never have had occasion to need your advice," she said simply. "I see you are a novice at fishing," ho said, patronizingly. Tho fish, n blnck bass of Monday morning dnwneil with a three pounds, came Into view of the purplo glow that melted Into molten boat. The flsherlndy squealed with glory na the sun caino up nnd painted delight but tho fish, seeing his torthe-- hills and valleys with delight. mentors, made a desperate break for Flute notes of harmony thrilled from liberty Tho woman, gripping the rod flitting birds and the Incense of fra- firmly, resisted tho attack, whereat grant (lowers gave Joy to the olfactory nerves as his honor, the major and Mae Andrews tripped down the front steps of Squirrel Inn and made Ir Ia 5 A WW. for tlio boat landing, the girl hi the lead, the man behind, carrying a lunch basket and fishing tackle. "Do you really nnd truly believe, Mr. Iledlght," babbled the girl over her shoulder, "that there arc Just ns good fish in the sea ns have ever smiled. CHAPTER IV. reeled frantically. The mayor the kidneys and bladder and not to n habit ns most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild nnd the immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t is toon realized. It is sold jy druggists, in fifty-ront eased. Kidti ry trouble ha become so prevalent thut it in not uncjml ' mon for a child to l' born nfllictcd witl weak kidneys. If the child urinates loooftcn, if tbc urine scald the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should l)c able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with depend upon it, thecauseof thcdilTi-cult- y is kidney trouble, nnd the first step should be towards the treatment of these iinportantorgms. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of g, Kidney trouble pre s upon the mind, discouragcsandlessciisuuibitton, beauty, igor nnu ciiccrtui-ncs- s yriAi Jfa soon disappear when the kidneys arc out of order or dis- nnd size bottles. You may have n sample bottle JB! bv mail free, also a&A one-dollar ffe,;2J23 j (....ium. including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers to be just the who found Swamp-Roo- t remedy needed, in writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ihnghamton, N. Y., be sure and Don't make any mention this paper. mistake, but remember the name, Dr. nnd the address Kilmer's Swamp-Rooabout hwr.inp-Koo- t, pamphlet telling nll-- n,m. o, t, Einghnmton, N. Y., oi te- - hott1' "Let Him Have It a Bit." tho bait, now bait it," she admonished curtly. "Hut what do you wunt to catch?" ho insisted. "Fish!" Ho took up an angleworm nnd impaled it on tho hook, whllo tho girl watched him, fnscinated. "I I never could do that. Uh! Hut men aro wretches!" For answer he threw tho lino into tho water and handed her tho rod. "Oh!" she screamed, pulling nervperch with ously nt a bright-eyeTyrlan-red flns. "Let him have It a bit," cautioned' tho mayor. "Oh, that is tho way you fish for flsh, too?" she exclaimed. "Why, how fuuny!" Ho nodded. "Now, Beo that! Ho'a taken all tho halt nnd gone away," ruefully. "And you told mo to wait!" "A flsh and a man should bo landed nt exactly tho right moment," he advised, seriously, nvoldlng her eyes. "If trifled with too long, cither Is apt to feet awny with tho or, "Thank you," slio replied coldly. "I know how to do It now." In a trice sho had a flopping beauty In tho boat. He rebutted her book and, picking up bis rod, sent a Dowaglac spinning through the air. It fell Just without a bed of mosB. There followed & splash, a neat turn of tbo wrUt, a whirring of the reel and a cry from .the girl: "Ob, sire It to met Give It to ma! X,t e land bloat" mdUnUv rujjiaht banded har the bait!" warden's trousers, gave a mighty tug far apart Bus Meets all Trains upward and, as the disconcerted STEPHENSPORT NEWS" To be Continued turned a somersault in midair, : Ky broke for the boat. Seeing his evident intent, Miss Andrews encouraged tho Here is h woman who speaks fiom Paragraphs Of Inleap, but alas for human precision! personal knowledge and lung experi- Twenty-FivIn his rush be struck the gunwale, ence, Wll-ovi., Mrs. P. H, Drogan, of terest From The Little Port. there was a clatter, a scream and the Pn , whosay, "I know from exfound hernext Instant Miss Andrews Barnes will doubtless be a little sceptiMany Going And Coming Cough self In seven feet of water. She came pel fence thtw CliHiuberlaiu's cal ubout believing this story, but if up with a gasp and would have swum Remedy is far superior to any other, they had ever been out with him fishto safety, for she was athletic, but the For croup there is nothing that exctls Mrs Maltha KHmoreof Shreavecport, ing it wouldn't sound unreasonable a mayor, in tho same predicament, came it "' For site by all dealers Lh. arrived here Tuesday enroute to bit Everybody wants to go fishing gallantly to tho rescue, carrying her see her sister, Mrs. Nancy Dowell of with Barnes. He scoffs at the way linger-inglto shore In bis arms, where ho Uuion Star. other people fish and has n peculiar deposited her on the wnrm sand. Anna N. Deeckiinn was at Miss way of bis own about gathering in the fully believThe outraged warden, finny tribe. He picks out a. shallow ing that Providence had becomo his lther Payne's last wetk. ally, and delivered Into his bands the Allen I.ewiH and wife are receiving strPtch of water that he can wade in Miss Angle Gibson, of Irvington, resisting criminal, strode forward and congratulations on the arrival of a baby and grabbles for the fish around stumps tapped Bedlght authoritatively on tho was in our town Thursday. and logs. When a fishing party goes girl, Virginia May. Mrs. Smyth and Mrs. Board, of Henshoulder. out with Barnes the first thin they do is ill. Chester Dutscbke "Serves ye right, darn ye. Now you derson, spent a few days of last week is to begin building a fire. When the come along with me!" Mrs. Mttnerva Ooson returned to fire gets under good headway as the guests of their sister, Mrs. W. O. Barnes is For answer Bedight pirouetted in Butler. Loui ville SitU'dnv. there with the fish ready for the frying tho sand and, swinging hard, gave the T. Lewis dtlivered two pan. The Rev. Misses Isabelle Moorman, May Pile native a terrific smack on the Jaw sermons Sunday- - The subject a and Nora McCoy were in Hardinsburg with the flat of his hand. With If you have young children you have Sunday night was"Once n Child of God howl of pain and outraged pride that Wednesday. Alway a Child of God." The meeting perhaps notice that disuider of tilt ignominiously and ran official turned Mrs. Mannie Gregory and daughter, will continue this week. btomach are .heir most common niw for cover, bawling threats of revenge Miss Mary Lea Gregory, spent Sunday To correct this you will finu as he sped toward the village. Little Anna Nevilt Dieckmati re- mebt. Cbambetlain's StouiHcli nnd Liver Tab In her wet and dripping clothes the with Miss Virginia Payne. A turned home Thursday from Mrs. C. girl sank precipitately upon tho sand lets excellent. They are easy nnd pleasThe Stork visited the home of Mr. Tiniub'. She colored. gave vent to screams of hysterical and e ant to take, and mild mid gentle in "I haven't found it necessary, or de- laughter. Under the Influence of her and Mrs. John Butler and left a tine Miss Lelah II wkins returned to her t. For sale by all dealers. sirable, sir, to become overly profi- rare good humor, Bedlght's serious- bov. John, Jr Bchool ut Chei ault Sunday. cient!" proudly. ness melted and he, too, dropped Mrs. Jim Compton and daughter. Miss Miss Cecil Dix returned from Hard"But your husband " he said, as he upon the beach and reviewed tbo ludl- NEWS IN BRIEF. Oiiia, return d from Owensboro Mon- insbuig Siturdhy. threw out his line, "may prove " day where they had been the guests "Pardon me." Sho spoke haughtily. Jesse Walls of Hardinsburg attended "My husband, should I ever have one, of Mrs. Joe Moredock. Gov. Wilson continues bib speech church Sunday. will not bo the sort that will need to making and is being heard at all places After spending a week with relatives Mr. and Mrs Perry Camp and family be called back. He " by large and interested audiences. Mr and Mrs. Harvey Wroe (eft Friarrived here fr m West Virgluia last "Of course not," he said In a conciliday for their home at Mattoon, 111. t' V Two more U. S. Army officers were l' i r& atory voice. "They never are until week, visiting Mr. Dot Styles. killed the past week by the fall of au Milt Davis and wife were in Harafter marriage." Mrs. O, W. Dowell is ill. aeroplane in which they were conductdinsburg shopping Saturday. Ho was struggling now with a gamy Kniery I'rench returned Sunday from ing military experiments at College Oswego, which ho landed finally by Guthrie Tucker and wife, of West Cloverpoit where he has served as tele jumping from tho boat and skimming Park, Md. View, were the pleasant visiters at C. graph operator. it in on tho sandy beach. Mr. Roosevelt has concluded his L. Bruington's Thursday nicht. As he did so, a rough fellow with Misses Anna and Ada Meritt of Tob speaking tour through the West and Misses Enola Payne and Llllie a nondescript slouch hat pulled inspor' ate visiting their sister, Mrs, South, and believes he has made subfashion over his face and Smyth, of near Hardinsbuig, were in TomStewart. stantial progress in his campaign for dressed in tho typical native style, our town Thursday calling on friends. sprang from behind a clump of bushes Miss Blanche Martin spent Saturday the Presidency. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCrumes spent a with and bawled: Miss Katie McKaughan. In Louisville and throughout Kenfew days in Louisville last week. "I thought so. Gol darn yo, you're K. A. Kissam returned home from tucky in the cities of the larger class, Steve Davis made a business trip to under arrest." West V rgiuia Situtday. thousands of women registered this Tho mayor looked at this new cusLouisville Thursday. felMrs. Iletlie Jolly aud children of week for the first time to vote at the todian with growing Interest. The Miss Nora Franklin Black and Willow was long and lank and weather-beateCloverport visited Mr. and Mrs. U. F. school elections in August, 1q13. bur Pile attended church here SaturTho type was recognizable Ulaine last week. The Secretary of the 'Treasury has day night. at first glance. Undoubtedly ho was Miss Blanche Hall of Raymond visit- decided that it will not be necessary the local game warden, a shiftless S. M. Henninger, of West View, has for him to deposit additional Govern ed home Sunday. appointed by a not too purchased of Mrs. M. S. Crumes her discriminating politician during a hot Miss Abbye Whittiugbill of New ment funds in the National Banks at store and will take. possession Monday. this time toissist in moving the faraJKcampaign. Mae Andrews. We welcome Mr. Henninger into our Bethel and Allen Waggoner of Hites "What's tho charge, olllcer?" asked Run were guests of Miss Kstber Payne Bedight, unhooking tho fish and stand- crous side of tho situation in hearty town. Labor troubles with rioting broke out Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Steve Davis will soon ing over it as it flopped upon tho sand. guffawing. anew this week in the city of LawBilly Hendrick and wife and Miss "But we've got to get out of hero," have their new house completed and Tho warden, swelling with Imporfinally protested tho mayor, his faco will move within a few days. Ueruice Withers of Hardinsburg aud rence, Mass., among the cotton mill tance, cleared bis throat for action. leadMiss Bettie Allen were diunei guests of operatives, owing to some of the "That there fishin tackle o' yourn sobering. "I know these country conMrs Sam Tucker is on the sick list. ers of the strike of last winter being got gang hooks on It, which Is stable fellows. That warden will be has Mrs. Scott Hell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Tice Miller, of Kirk, agin tho law. You'll haf t' come with back here In an hour with enough naMr, and Mrs, Lewis Stewart and placed on trial. tive talent to arrest a company of were the week end guests of P. R. me, mister." In Central America last week Gen. children visited relatives in (Janutltou night riders. It's tlmo for us to Payne and family. Tho mayor whistled. Mena, the leader of the Nicarauguan Saturday. "Got a copy of the law with you?" move on." surMrs. Frank Black, of Hickory Grove, Edmund Sills left Friday for New revolution, with 700 of his men, Ho righted the boat and collected he asked, with a careful show of rewas the weuk end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Yoik to continue his studies at the rendered to the American admiral comtho fishing rods. Tho lunch basket spect. manding the U. S. warships, and wero Tho warden plunged Into his coat was booked with a clever cast and Lum Black. General Theological Seminary. taken to Panama for safe keeping. It brought to shore. pocket and brought forth a Jim Harper and family, of near Har Miss Bettie Kiucheloe of Hardinsburg is believed that the revolution wilt now booklet, distributing on the wind "I'm not going to movo a step from dinsburg, attended church here Sunday is visiting Mr. aud Mrs C. A. Tinius. soon end with the present authorities as ho did so flecks of tobacco, matches here," she declared firmly as he faced and were the guests of Mrs. Harper's Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McKaughan and retained in the government. about on tho beach, "until I I wring mother, Mrs. Eskrldge. and sliver foil. out this awful wet skirt!" blushing. "Hero 'tis," ho g'runted, triumphantchildren were the guests of Mr. aud Miss Lucy Taber and Cline Black, Ho looked at the dress thoughtfully. ly. "Right there section 7, 'Flshln' Mrs. A. B. McKaughan Sunday. A Texas Wonder In Season,"' pointing with a grimy It was dripping water all about her. of Ephesus, attended church here SatThen his eyes fell upon her big sun- urday night. thumb. "Doan's Olutmeut cured me of eczema Bedlght read tbo section in ques- shade. Without a word ho picked it Miss Nora McCoy was the pleasant that had annoyed me for a long time. Th.e Texas Wonder cures kidney and up, walked down tho dry bench and tion. guest of Miss Lillian May Sunday. The result was lasting." Hou. S. W. bladder troubles, removing gravel, "Alt right, offlccr; I guess I'll havo stuck It In tbo sand, Its domo at an Missionary services were held at the Matthews, Commissioner Lnbor Statis- cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, a anglo of forty-flvdegrees. Then ho to go," ho agreed, hnppy thought gripping him entic- camo buck and sat down on tbo prow Baptist church Saturday afternoon tics, Augusta, Me, rheumatism, and all irregularities of ingly. of the boat, bis back to tho umbrella. with a good crowd out. There was some the kidneys and bladder in both men The girl looked at him and then at splendid work done along the missionTho girl In tho boat screamed. A Kentucky Fisherman. and women. Regulates bladder troub"Don't you dare go away. If you tho umbrella. ary line. les In children. If not sold by your from the l'rovldonco Enterprise. do, I'll wo'll Bend that bill to "Do you promlso not to peek?" In a According to the sworn statement of druggist will be sent by mail on reBro. Lawrence, of Ohio county, who confused volco. of meetings here at the Eli Barnes, the most noted fisherman ceipt of $1. One smalt bottle is two Tbo mayor groaned. "I'm tbo sphinx," ho said, quietly. began a series "Come on!" ordered tho warden im- "Take your tlmo and get It good and Baptist church last Monday, is doing In Providence, here is what he caught months' treatment and seldom falls to patiently. "I ain't got no time to bo dry. Ei" hang it on the umbrella, some splendid preaching assisted by out of a hole in a creek bank several perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, ' argln' with skirts. You've violated you know where the- - sun can get at the pastor, Bro. Oldham, of Fordsvllle. days ago: Two hundred and ninety Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for , the taw an' I reckon you'll haf to pay it." Owen Horsley, of fiocust Hill, and fish, thirteen turtles, two muskrats, Kentucky testimonials. Sold by dm th' fiddler." He beard her soft footfalls In the Miss Glenn Lyons, of Germantown five large sized frogs and a snake six gists, Bedight reached to the beach as It sand and waited. He waited a long feet long. He says he can prove it by to. nick UD his fih. Instead, he reached time. Onca ba almost tnrirnt and was were quietly married at the bride's home Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. fifty witnesses. People who don't know na-tiv- o six Inches lartner, tooK it quick, strong hold on the bottom of ono leg of the in her general direction, when he heard a discreet cough and Jerked his , giving-- himself up to head tho cantankerous conduct of a flsh hawk pestering a kingfisher, much to tho vocalist Ic nnnoynnco of tho latter, who chattered nngrlly And then from tho weedy country rond behind tho hill there camo voices. Tho wnrrlcn nnd his assistants wcro returning. Would tho girl never reappear7 Rushing toward the bill, tho mayor Waved his arms nnd shouted: "Go bnck, you followBl Go back, thero's a lady dressing! There's " "Oh, Mr. Bedlght," cried n clear volco from tho rear, "I'm rendy." Tho mayor turned nnd ran precipitately down tbo hill, tho natives In full pursuit. But this time ho reached tho boat in safety nnd flung a derisive laugh at tho angry warden's peremptory command to: "Como back here, gol darn yo, an' git arrested!" Tho girl watched tho man narrowly. "If you don't mind, Mr. Bedlght, wo'll go over on tho leo side of tho Islnnd. Thero's a nico warm bench over thcro and whllo I Invcstlgnto tho condition of this lunch we can dry out n bit. I'm not going back to that hotel In tho dnyllght!" It was dusk when tho two climbed UD the steps of the Squirrel Inn. Tho Judgo camo forward officially to receive tho report. "He's he's a perfect gentleman," whispered Mao to Jncklo as sho slipped by to her room. On tho beach of Arrow Island, on tho leeward side, two sand hummocks that showed convincing evldcnco of having been leaned against might havo been seep in the shimmering moonlight and they wero about SO nbout-fnee- at the point of viewing the landscape Mis Lyons was a lovely young- - Kirl and has many friends. Mr and Mrs. Horslcy wl'J make their future homo at Locust Hill. May. they have success and happiness and their lives be like sunshine, is tho wish of their many CHURCH DIRCCTORY ' Cloverport Churches BaptlM Church IlHiitlH Surdity Hehool Pi.Trt n m 0. H. Malitfoot, Hiiporintcmlent. I'rayrr Mrtw Wednescliiy 7 F0 u. m. KniitM Aid Hoelrty meets Morflay nflrr Prconil Sundnv. erry month. Mm A II. HUlllmmi. President I'r nchm ovpl-- HiiihIbv nt, llsOO a m., MtiO 7:30 p. in. lief. K. O dottrel I. PiiHtor friends. J. W. CopelMid, Dayton, Ohio, purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Ills boy who hn t a cold, and before llic bottle w.n nil used the boy's cold was gout. Is that not better Hihii nethodl.it Church to pay a five dollar doctoi's bill? I'or Methodist Sunday Bchool. P:90n. m. Ira ll, lichen. Pupcrlniriidcnr t'rencliliifr PTpry sale by all dealers. H n rid ii y nt a. m. nnd 7:110 rl, in. Kraiik 1 'wl l'artior. 1'rnyrr meeilnir Wednesday, 7:3nji. in. Kpwortli League, regular rrrvlccSnmtny WS p, mi bintnrsi. mrutttut Orst Tuesday night rarh month. Mls Mnrparlte hum, F President LndlcV Aid Foolcty meets first Monday each month Mrs. Tiirrcst l.lghtfoot. President, T.ndlcx' Missionary Society nn eta Second Sundny In every montli, Mrs Vltgll Ilalil;njro, President Choir prnetlce Friday Mr. Ernest Pike was In town Saturnlnlit 7:20, A, II Mutrny. Director. day. 11 Miss Vena Curry, of Garfield, is iting her grandmother, Mrs. T. S. visBar-ge- r. Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School DrJS n ro- .Conrnd Slpl, Superintendent. I'reuelilnif pvery Third Sundiy. Kef. Adair MlnlMer Prayer mectlt jr Tuerdny. 7:30 ) m Aid Soelety meets Wedntfrtay utter Third Surdity every mdtith. Mrs Chas Satterlltld. President. Miss Anna Hayncs, of Hardinsburg, was the week end guest nt Mr. Diddles. Miss Mirl Unsham, of Lodlburg, spent Sunday here. Several lrom here attended the ball game at Lodlburg Saturday. Tho par y Saturday night given by the Misses Diddle in honor of their guest, Miss Anna Haynes, was well attended. All report an excellent time. When baby suffers with croup, apply nnd give Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil at once Safe for children. A little goes a long way. 2.sc a"d 50c. At all drug stores. Catholic Church First Sunday of eaeh month. MasM.Sernion. and llonedictlori. 0:00 a. m.. oilier tiirinSiin. days at 10 15 u. ni. On week days Man at 6 n. in. unieciicucni instruction lor ren on Saturdays at 8:S0 a. m , and llieclilw on Pur uays at viw a. m. anu z:.w p. m. f c3oi3fo1fo1oc(c51o BALL & MILLER livery, Feed and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, C3l e CIOIZ-oHo5C-30- u, y F exct-lleii- t ef-f- . v- u. scoop-shov- ne'er-do-wel- l, jtfli-B - si ft S?' ml paper-covere- d good-naturedl- o !" Subscribe Ai .AMtt tWflBSW ,lJ-3- r-U ii liJii-- fi-f-- - -l--- eil! i- - s - Aaffi gjfciMlif.i ihfefei,tJHHHltiftf&&M MHMBMaW(HMHMHMMnaWMMMaHMaMHBMWHHIIanHMWH(MMMMHaHHMHaHMaaHHaanBMlMMHMIIIMHHIHIHMHHIHIMaiil DEMOCRATIC RALLY! WWHPSBHIL.LLWuiill ViHlffllftll' Vi ill MONDAY, OCX. 14, 1912 Col. Ben Johnson, Gen. Bennett H. Young5, Hon. W. W. Spalding and others will speak at the Court House at o'clock, p. m. sharp 1 Hardinsburg, Ky. JMMJI wiULUllLie HBWWPT-- " Bress Excursion Rates and Bnd of 18 Pieces WILSONCLUB will be organized SPECIAL TRAINS Notice to Committeemen Some of the committeemen have suggested that bands of Democrats meet at various points in the precincts and como in on horseback and in bodies. This matter is left to the discretion of the committee in each precinct. The special from Clovorport will arrive with the band about 9:30 o'clock, and the Fordsvillo trnin will arrivo about the same time. The crowd will march to the City Hall and the club organization will take place, and there will also bo speeches, music, etc. Meetings will be hold in the precincts, if the committeemen so direct, at any time during the week, and the subscriptions collected and club lists signed and sucli other things done as are deemed proper. Hardinsburg, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. at City Hall BUTTONS AND BADGES ' A button, and Wilson Club badge will be given each club member who registers. Hardinsburg, Cloverport, Kirk HEADQUARTERS Headquarters will be opened adjoining Moorman & Ball's offices, over the Farmers Bank. You can also register at Circuit Clerk's office and join the club and get badge. The four Ilardinsbmg precincts will meet together in the Court House, in Hardinsburg, on Saturday night, Oct. 12, 1912, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of perfectinff their organization, and the three Cloverport precincts will meet in Clovorport, at the same hour, at the ollico of Hon. V. G. Babble, for the same purpose; and Judge N. McC. Mercer and Mr. John Monarch will address the voters at Kirk on Thursday night Oct. 10, 1912, at the- school house at Kirk. There will also be speaking at the Hardinsburg meeting, and the public is invited tp all the places. Reception Committee 9 The Chairman and Advisory Committee lowing Reception Committee: will be assisted by the fol- Moremen, C. E. Lightfoot, T. John D. Babbage. C. Vic Robertson, Chairman; L. B. H. Withers,- E. A. Lex, T. J. Hook and - addition to these, the five committeemen in each precinct of the county, already appointed, will act with the above committee and Jail will meet the trains in a body. Let every Democrat in the county try to assist us with his presence l 4 Cln Respectfully, Henry DeHaven Moorman, Chairman Lee Walls, Secretary 1 BIG LOT SALE AT HARDINSBURG ft ff I ft Masonic Into Real Estate Grounds Picnic Values. Turned SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1912 MOREMEN & AKERS County Blazing a New Trail at the Seat. Turning up Big Profits and Developing Property Where the Investor Can See Its Value Increase i i ri J t. I The man who sticks to real estate in his home town and county will always win out in the end; he can never lose his entire principal. The conservative investor, who buys land judiciously, will have investments as solid as the earth itself. The Masonic Picnic Grounds at Hardinsburg are situated where the public sees them near the depot, near the school building, and m makes an ideal place tor homes. S ale Begins Saturday at 1:30 Sharp. Given oFclSS $250 Lot Given Quick, Efficient Auctioneer $250 Lot But don't wait for another man to buy a lot. 'Tis the and. Follow the Crowd, man who gets ahead of the other fellow who gets the opportunities. Saturday, October 19th, is the Date. MMM Away Free i Brass Band. Away Free MOREMEN & AKERS, IR.VINGTON. KENTUCKY.