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Breckinridge again, and at their request, he spoke that evening to a crowd which packed a large audience hall somewhere In town. I do not remem THIRTY-TW- O YEARS ber If it was a church or not but I do recall that this speech, while equally eloquent with that of the morning, was E. Polk Johnson Comes entirely different In matter, though , Time like his first one, dealing with the politlack to Cloverport-La- st ical problems of the hoar. Ho was a He Was Hero Made a Speech wonderful nnn, and In all Kentucky there is none fit to be his successor as LaHelst Woods-Remini- scoa eloquent and accomplished orator. "After the spaaking, the rain having tnces Interestingly Told By ceased, the younger element proposed Ithe Colonel. to have a little amusement with the visiting statesmen, and the tradition still exists that at least one of the visLjANTTHANKSGIVTNGHERE itors turned the joke upon the jokers. About that, however, it is. perhaps well John- - to say no more." Col. E. Polkjohuson and Mrs. ea! spent Thanksgiving the guest of Dinner Party At Holt Mrs. James B. Randall, ana For The Younger Set Sturned to their home in Louisville Mturday morning. Miss Lucile Hardin gave a dinner gFriday evening the Randalls had a party at her home at Holt Thanksgivol meir neigiiuwa uu pciouum ing for her friends of this city. A big Iriends of Col. Johnson to meet him turkey with several other courses were ad'Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. attractively served to the guests. They olte, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, were: Mrs. Emma Skillman, James lit and Mrs. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman, Ruther Pate, Joseph Ross, ). Babbage with the host and hostess Darnell Gregory, Mary Owen Oelze, re entertained with the remlnlsc- - Isabell Burn, Donna Ross, Mary Gibaoee of Col. Johnson's visit to CloverVirginia Harris, Mary McGavock years ago and other in- son, l&t thirty-twand Dorothy Gregory, of Brandenburg. teresting experiences of his life. ,'Col. Johnson honored the Brecieen- Idge News with a visit to the office Thanksgiving Day was like home to him, for he said With Cloverporters thich into newspaper work a young He Miss Cleono Weatherholt and Mr. and came out publisher, and Lafe Behen went to Louisville to see as been an editor and low writes (when he is in the humor) Miss Maud Adams at Macauley's. lor magazines and other publications. Misses Julia and Margaret Wroe and d ?he Kentucky History recently his pen was, written at his Miss Ora Hendricks, attended the from ome. He was writing if two years, Teachers' Association in Louisville. nd one'remarkable feature of the his Prof. Cuh:on and Mrs. Culton spent tory the. manuscript was in ms own the day .In Louisville. and very few corrections lad to be made on the proof. Col. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelze gave a ohnson works very methodically. He family dinner pirty. leclares he can put his finger 'on any ook or article in his den just the min-li- e Prof. Tanner, Mrs. Tanner and son he wants it. "The only thing I Hugh, of Irvington, were guests of Dr. an't&eep up with," said the Colonel, Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs. Llghtfoot. 'ST my pair of slippers. Some one is They motored to the country for a camp iuy uwu and hunt. iways tucKing muse uuu ?desk or some place out of sight. We lave a furnace and natural gas in our Mr. Ed. Whitehead and children, ouse, and I have an open grate. A Louise and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. D. replace is company and I like to look H. Severs, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, Mr. O T. Skillman, Mr. Hayden, Mr. nto it and think." and Mrs. J. D. Babbage, Mrs. Nannie The personal bide of the Colonel's Miss Gensle Wills attended ife, his present every day living, his Wills and and ideas, are as distinctive as the Thanksgiving dinner at Tobinsport itws pro.as been his public career of special given at the school building. The Meeting ceeds amounted to $37.45 and were used nd successful undertakings. M. E. church expenses. Hospiim and Mrs. Johnson in the home of for the tality and good things to eat in abunIr. and Mrs. Randall was delightful. by a large assembly In speaking of his visit to Cloverport dance were enjoyed of people. said: f long ago, Col. Johnson "This is the first time I have been in Miss Bsrtha Smith was the guest of years. In Uoyerport for thirty-tw- o her parents at Stephensport. 80," when the Democratic Presidential fcket was Hancock and English, I was Mr. and Mrs. George Chris and childn Assistant Elector for the State a ren, Mr, and Mrs Sam Berry and child xrge. A grand rally of tne Democratic ren, were entertained to a beautiful osts of this and adjoining counties dinner at the home of Mr. and D. H. Iras held in a woodland somewhere near Carter. own. I was one of the speakers, two Mr. and Mrs. Hoffious Behen gave the others being Hon. J. C. S. an elegant Thanksgiving dinner WedStackburn and Col, W. C. P. Breckln- nesday evening. Covers weie laid for idgeVVlth the two foremost orators the following: Misses Eva and Edith f the Slate on the list of speakers, I Iras modest enough to know that there Plank, Miss Lula Severs and Dr. A. las small opportunity for me, so I A. Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Behen. sked he Committee on Arrangements Mr. Wlckliffe Moorman and niece, etffle speak first, promising, in Mrs. John Klncheloe, of Hardinsburg, for this favor, to make my speech were guests of relatives at Henderson. kort one. This was easily arranged ad I spoke my little piece and gave Mr. and Mrs. Frank English and y for the heavy artillery. Joe daughter, Lida May, spent the day at lekburn followed me in one of his their country home at Skillman. iracterlstic speeches that caught the Mrs. Franels Marlon Smith gave her which cheered him tumultously. came Col. Breckinridge. I have annual Thanksgiving dinner to Mr. many of the alleged great orators and Mrs. L. T. Reid and family. 'ear countty, but none equal to Five Years Old. kinridge. To purity of thought Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy motion, ha added a voice silvery in iweetness, which appealed to his five years old. I will write and tell you as. did that of no other man I what I want for Xmas. I want some a ever hearu. he was not only a mixed nuts, Roman caudles, fire crackt orator but, as the late Judge ers, sparklers, little "train, little automotn Lindsay said of hln, 'a great bile that I can ride, in, a little hand car. Bring my little sister a big dbjl about 2 rtMB came the dinner in the open feet high. She is eight years old. Bring (net such a dinner as the good peo- - me all kinds of candy, some oranges, of Breckenrldge county know so bananas, grapes, apples, pears, little e like bow to prepare and thenwell, horse and wagon and My sisdeluge. I have In the they have 011 same the and in this and foreign lands ter's name is Eva. Bring Eva a lot of the heavens in their weepiest candy and lots of good things. Good . 'but never have I seen a heavier bye Santa, I will be a good boy and not damper rain than that which fell look. I will have both eyes shut tight. James W, Wright, IM that day. Every one, saint McQuady, Ky. ainaer alike, received a baptism 1 am sure none of those yet llv New Grocery Store. who were there, have forgot- The Economy Grocery Company, indeparted to their corporated, is the style of a new grocery iy the people f, and the vUUiug orators came to be opened in Irvington. It is a corhotel in town and hung them poration of coored men, the first in the county. The incorporators are Henry Up o dry as best they might. 'Notwithstanding - this experience DcIIaveu, Levy Starks and John Capital Mook $1, 000. good people dealred to near Col, ;i VISIT IN 'it Baking Powder AbsolutelyPure n MealaW ,f ..;?.' " mini IWtJtYRr. . fHT yjfinOJ fet tf PANAMA- STUDY OF THE -PACIFIC COURT OF THE FOUR SEASONS, INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. c o bald-heade- d. 'the west of the great Court oft Honor nt the Pnnamn-I'nclflInternational Exposition will come the Court of Four Seasons, one of the most elaborate nnd benutlful of the grent Interior courts that will He between the huge exhibit palaces of the main group. TI10 walls of the court will be pnrtly formed by the palaces of Liberal Arts and of Education and by the two grent wings of the Palace of Agriculture and partly by the classic colonnades nnd peristyles that will connect theso buildings. The Court of Four Seasons, in classic Itallnn architecture, Is designed by Mr. Henry Bacon of New York, designer of the Lincoln Memorial. In harmony with the titlo of y the court there will, In each of its four corners, be set groups of symbolical of the seasons Spring. Summer. Autumn nnd Winter. The sculpture will be set In niches screened by colonnades. Mural paintings, also suggestive of the seasons, will form the background for the setting. Mr. Jules Gucrln, the noted artist, has charge of tho color plan. The Court of Four Seasons will bo 310 feet squnre. TO Cooking under modern methods and conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. " These biscuits are delicious ; this cake is excellent," says the father. " I made them says the daughter, and both father and daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world over is done with its aid. .... pub-she- TOBACCOJEPORT Leaf Held by Dealers and Manufacturers Amounted to land-writin- g Pounds. Washington, Nov. 27. Leaf tobacco held by dealers and manufacturers, others than original growers, on Oct. I. amounted to 1,047,404,500 pounds, the Census Bureau today announced in making the first report under the law enacted April U0 last. Ot this total 010,732,00!) pounds were unstemmed and 1,50,672, 551 pcunds were stemmed. These amounts were held by manufacturers of tobacco, who last year manufactured more thpn 50,000 pounds of tobacco, 250,000 cigars, or 1,000,000 cigarettes, and by dealers, who,, on an average, at the end of the four quarters of last ear, had more than 50,000 pounds of tobacco in stock. The preliminary estimate of the 1912 production, ot' tobacco made by the of Agriculture, placed the amount at 959,437,000 pounds. see one of the old mission bells along the driveway. Havo visited Sap Gabriel Mission, the old tower is crumbling down, though they still have service in the old Mission, and the people are called to worship by the mission chimes as in early days. The old Pacific is grand, I never tire of watching the breakers come in, and THE L enjoy a plunge in the surf. At last I have had the pleasure of seeing a sunset at sea, which was perfectly beautiBeen Big All Summer And Fall. ful. Wishing you much success, will Respectfully, Will Last Until Next April. close. Mrs. Pike Conn, Three Sawmills Going Near- S03 Euclid Ave., Los Angeles, Cal stat-unr- CHRISTMASJRESENT Problem and How to Solve It A Gift That Repeats Its Pleasure Every Weak, and Worry is Saved and So is Time. Saturday one person sent in three subscriptions to The Ureckeiiridge News and n beautiful card, printed in red with a green Christmas border was given with each one, The card was as follows: Through the courtesy of you- will receive The Ureckeiiridge News the coming year. Should it fail to reach you, kindly advise us. We hope you. will receive every issue, and with best wishes, I am, m Very truly youss, John D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. This solves the Christmas gift prob. lem. Subscribe for the paper a year for your friend, instead, of remailing yoursy if you do this. Send it as a present to your neighbor who borrows it for that friend, and that neighbor who likes the home paper will surely appreciate it as, a Christmas gift. The brother, father or son away from home would be happy to get every week and it would keep his love for home and home people con, stnutly refreshed. ly Fifty Men Hauling. ErrJacT?s"on7whoTost $18.00 on Hay-Pre- BAPTIST CHURCH ss NOTES. Never Will Grow Old Writes Dr. H. H. Compton. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find my check for one dollar. Send me The News for one year. I have been in Allen, Texas, since June 1880. Have had a large and lucrative practice, and still have it. Age and its infirmities still sit lightly on my shoulders. I 'am still a young man I shall always bo young. Don't believe in growing old and grouchy. Hope to visit the old home soon. Want to romp and play over the meadows and gather buttercups and daisies 'neath the spreading elms and gums hard by the house as I care did when a" rolicklng boy in the day's of the long ago, Yours, Dr. H. H. Compton, Allen, Texas. free-fro- m re-I- fra Hill about three weeks ago and never found it, was in the News office Saturday to pay his advertising bill and told about 'the lumber business at Tarfork and in that community. Mr. Jackson made and lost money hauling lumber. Everybody has noticed the many teams bringing timber to Cloverport ever since last May. The timber is b:ing cut from the Qulsenbury land nnd the Mullen farm, 400,000 feet was cut from the former place and 450.000 feet will have been cut from the latter by the time the contract is finished. There are three sawmills in hollowing distance from each other, one on the Owen Seaton place, one on the James Kec-na- n place, aud the other on Mullen's farm on which Leon Keenan lives. It cost $12 a 1000 feet to get this lumber to Cloverport, down to the river bank ready for the boats. The man who cuts it gets $1 a 1000 feet, the gets $2 a 1000 feet, the sawmill man gets H a 1000, the fellow who hauls it to the river gets 5 a 1000. There are forty-simen who haul the lumber to this port. They do this along with their other work ou their farms. Each load brings about $3. The contract will be finished about next April. Most of the timber goes to Owensboro. Mr. Jackson knows all about the industries in that section of the woods. fHe says the delivery of tobacco will be very late this year. This lumber has brought a big business to Cloverport and credit for it is due to Mr. James Seaton, who took the contract for receiving it, etc. log-haul- The pastor returned Saturday night a ten days meeting at Butler, Pendleton county, Ky., and was in his pulpit at both hours last Sunday. On account of an epidemic of dyptheria the Butler meeting was closed sooner than it would have been otherwise. There were three received for baptism and these were baptized Thanksgiving afternoon in Licking river which flows through the town. On the return trip the pastor preached for the Poindexter Saints on Friday night, his brother's other church. from 000 The pastor went to Louisville Monday to attend the firs t meeting of the new State Board. He was reappointed on the Board at the recent meeting of the General Association at Madisonville. He will be accompanied by Mrs. and Dorothy and will be the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wohlbold while In the citv. They will return Wednesday evening. Cot-tre- ll Additions to Button Factory. Messrs. Phelps, of this city, are. g eight machines to their button factory. .This factory was started last, spring and already it has been enlarged ' with additional machinery. That Clo- verport is as good a place to build a business as any town 011 the map, is. being; proved every da-- . ad--din- x Death of a Venerable Good Father and Citizen. rocky-hors- i merry-go-roun- lJbw-ma- u. The many friends of Silas Harrington will be much grieved to hear of his Nov. 28, lgl2. death at hishome at Muldraugh, Meade Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find ky,, Friday morning, Novemcounty, ber 20. Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt, of enclosed ($1.00) one dollar, please this city, is one of the surviving1 chil- send me the Breckedridge News. I am completely lost without it. Our friends dren. at homo have been sending us the Daughter Leaves Father $2000. n6ws pretty regular, but I do not want to miss a single copy. We are enjoying California fine, per Saturday L C. Taul gave G. P. fectly delighted with Los Angeles. The a check for $2000. It was life in- climate is fine. The winter is just like surance carried just two years by Mr. one long summer day with the sunshine Durdett's daughter, Miss Bertha J. and flowers. Burdett, who died Nov. 12. Within Have been enjoying some 'fine auto eighteen days Mr. Burdett got the mon- drives through the canyons and valey. The policy cost Miss Burdett only leys, some of the most beautiful seen 158.40 and the large amount is a great ery I ever saw. Our trip through Lau-rhelp to her father in his old age and canyon and down through San Ferloaelinesf. Mr. Tout represents the nando valley was grand, with its drive Liberal Ufa Insurance Company, of way with hedges of roses and palms for Anderson, Iud,, and his work Is of per- miles, and orange, leuion, peach, aprifect satisfaction to the people who In- cot, flg, olive and walnut orchards sure and to his Company, were beautiful. Occasionally we would Bur-de- tt al Letter From Mrs. Pike Conn, of California Wednesday evening is the regular monthly business conference. At this g METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. meeting the church officers for the A good atyear will be elected. tendance of the membership is desired. Church Conference will be held next 000 Wednesday night. The reference word The pastor will leave Thursday for for prayer meeting tonight is "Hope.'' McDauiels for a several days meetlug. 000 The pulpit will be supplied by the The Ladies Aid held Its monthly church In his absence. meeting Monday, attending to several ' 000 Important matters of lecal work. Mrs'. A real nice Thanksgiving box was Pierce, the president leaves soon for " sent last week to the Baptist Orphans' Louisville. ', Home, besides about $10.00 in cash. 000 did fine work and tho The Committee The Junior Division of the Woman's response was liberal. Mrs. Tousey was Missionary Society will be held Sunday Chairman. afternoon at at 2 p. m. The foreign, work will be Japan; the Home Depart000 church will take an offering this ment will discuss "How to Speak to The month for the old Ministers Aid Society. People." All the young girls and boys At the Madisonville meeting, property of the city are Invited. The mite boxes valued at $ 50,000 was given for an old will be opened and reports fr jm every The Cloverport department given. preachers' hoire. church wants a part in caring for the 000 Miss Jane Smith will lead the Epworth old, worn out or disabled preachers and their widows. The offering for this League Sunday evening, Arrangepurpoose will be taken about the Fourth ments are already being made for the Sunday. Christmas devotional meeting and the Christmas Social. com-iD- 000 Entertained in Washington. 000 The Woman's Missionary Society will be held Monday afternoon. The subject of the program Is: "The Child at Play and Evangelism." It will be an Interesting meeting for the young mothers of the city and the members shall be glad to have visitors atjend. eve-nln- Miss Margaret Peyton returned Sat urday afternoon from Herndon, Va., where she has been since September as the guest of Miss Louise Aud. Miss Peyton was extensively entertained in Washington while away. Among other 000 entertainments she was given a theater p Thirty young people enjoyed an party by Mr. and Mrs, R, M. Parker, of wholesale oleasurn and oruatformerly of Cloverport. I fun at the League social Friday night. - MONKS Ernest Haswell in Brussels li'i n 1. GUARDING THE FRONTIER J i in ' u ' " ' " Dear Ernct Uaswcll in say that Is the French way of spoiling HruMclM anil that cither one will reach you) The Haswell family anil "the cook that Isn't," Jncludlf g Coleman and nob, have gotten your last good letter, and the readers of the Breckenridge News have thoroughly enjoyed the paragraphs from your first the one written with so much heart and feeling for your mother and fatler and those back home It's just find That In nil those new, attractive surroundings, In the midst of your discontment to achieve, that you have a calm mentality and can composo yoursclt long enough to write satisfactorily to those who are always anxious to hear from the boy that's awayl Love does not let a pen stay idle and always finds pennies to pay the postage. Geel You were shaking and shivering In your shoes when Dubois called his entire class to see your work. How could you wait for the Interpreter to tell you what he said when you knew Dubois is prejudiced against every foreigner who enters his studio? Your work has already been worth while. Anything that can make a man lay aside prejudice for, at least, a moment has performed a mission. Some great man has said that a work of art is a work of the heart. No wonder you havo worked more and better thnn you ever did in Hardinsburg and CIncy! The unfavorable things he said will be the laying up of treasures for you for the days to come. I never had a criticism that didn't help and hurt at the same time. Of course, you and Malcolm were re celved with cordiality and politeness. You expected it and were not looking for anything else. You worked for It and deserved it. Ever since you learned your Abe's, haven't you been trying to be as polite as your mother taught g you? Mother's scnool is a .one from which none of us are graduates. The men over there who tip their hats to each other and seldom to women, surely are a bit like the same old fellows hero who never think of Doliteness except when a girl falls to speak to them. Oh, those beautiful horses! I can p'c ture those big Norman horses drawing the two wheeled drays and how I should like to see the cavalry. The men are, of course, excellently drilled or they couldn'l win all the prizes In London and New York. As military service is compulsory for the oldest in the family It's disappointing that the army of Delgium i not what it should Bruxclls-(Y- ou never-endin- H fflfLLIaaaaaaaaaaaaB ?" m m "&Jr HtflK HKaEHl aHf PUBLIC SALE! Having sold my farm near Basin Springs, offer for sale at public auction, on I will RjBVHH Ian "y s o. v 3 11! f KmBcjMB aaLLaM 4vj9wM Ivak , jwowee'''"' J? 21 if v? ' 'VKIB jaeKMaaBaaaWw m HVrHiv 1 Hi1BH, 4 ? 1 CJf jK & Wednesday, Dec. BsSsRafcaaaaaLw lw 11, 1912. all of my Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farm Implements, Horses and Cattle, viz: HkBHHb?9h9Ibs?s4ma'' jBBBfcaj,i?WW0w'9aM:ffiw P1aiWlfi!p?fgfcagS&IM iJBB? i - IJ 1 p awawll alH MLBECTGkiSffjfclfllLvatva Seven Head of Horses, Five Head ofvj Mules, Sixty Head of Sheep, Four Milch Cows, Hogs, Wagons, Buggies, Riding Plows, 3,000 Bushels of Corn. MY STOCK IS FIHST-CLASS THE patriotism of the Greeks in their war against the Turks has been even among tho monks who live in the remarkable monasteries perched on tho crags. Thoy armed themselves and havo been actlvo in guarding the passes on the frontier. Good stock at right ages. If you want something good come to this sale. Everything goes to the highest and best bidder. D. W. HENRY after getting a pair of gloves for 55 cents that would cost got a bargain $2.50 in America. write us something I LOOK HERE FOR IT Auctioneer Ernest Henderson Basin Springs, Ky. o IK 30E wish you would be. Rob and J. were terribly excited over the dogs pulling carts for the grocery people over there. How can a wonnin and ii little iIor pull a cart together? Maybe, the boys will uet a book now about Flanders, Holland and Belgium. gotten their curiosity You have ls aroused. Tney seem to think that ii more like a circus than an artist's studio since you have written about seeing every day the very dog Co., Buffalo, that is iiientioied in that appealing it in Chamberlain's Liufment. Three cents. New York, bole agents for the United book, "The Dog of Flanders." dnys after the first application of this You can't say now that you never liniment he was well. For sale by all States. Remember the name Doan's and dealers. advertisement. take no oiher. Advertisement. Saved Comrade, but Lost Life. A workman sacrificed hla life to DEMAND IN LAZY FELLOW fescue a comrade who had been by fumes In a blast furnace at Harlaston, Staffordshire, England, a Gets Dozen Replies to Ad., But Shows few days ago. A man named Heald True Colors In "Turning Down" was descending tho furnace on a pulAll of Them. the ley chain m order to readjust are relieved at once by an applicayoung man. lying In "Lazy, dull, tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don's chain around the scrap-irowants work rub, just lay on lightly. a heap of coke at the bottom when with a high school education,years' experitwo another workman saw him fall off the of some akind; has hud "Sloan's l.Inlmnnt ha dono more ence In drug store; also taught school." Rood than anything I havo aver tried chain Just beforo nearlng the bottom, Ii. A. North, caro Tribune. to; ttiir Joluu. 1 (jut my hand hurt so lu response to an alarm several men luJly that I had to top work rli;lit lu The efficacy of this modest ad., tut) busiest tlmo of the year. 1 thought rushed to the top of the furnace. A which appoared In tho classified colut Unit th.it 1 ould havo to h.ivo my furnaceman named Jackson Imme- umns of tho Minneapolis (Minn.) Triblnud Ukon oir, hut I got a bottlo of bljan'i Liniment and curod my hand." diately placed a scarf over hla mouth une recently, was evidenced In a dozMix. Wilton Wiikeleu, Morrla, and went down on the pulley chain. en offers of good Jobs, but apparently Good for Broken Sinews Ho tied a rope round Heald, who was not to tho taste of the advertiser, who O. O. Jonim, Haldwin, L. I., writes : pulled up. Then Jackson ascended "turned them all down." for broken "I uawl Hloau'd Uiiluioiit cuuied by a Mliiews auovo tho kueo cap on tho chain, but when within a few Twico ho was asked to take work full and to my (runt satisfaction was feet of the surface ho called out us a stenographer, and was even ofubla Ut reauuie work In leu than threo weeka after tho accident." "Make haste. I'm going," and fell fered a Job as a school teacher, in backward to the bottom of the fur which profession he already has nace Three workmen named Ince, "starred." having taught rural school, Darby and Speake made a brave at- according to the "ad." Hla reasons tempt to rescue Jacksqn. Speake for not accepting these offers were managed In the end to get a rope that ho was looking for "something round Jackson's waist and be was Intellectual" and feels that bo is best pulled to tho top but was already fitted for "higher" kind of work. Fine for Sprain dead. Mb. TlKKiir A. Vocul. M Someriet It was stated on bis behalf that bo Bt IMalnfleld. N.J.. r'tw,T ni was thinking seriously of entering the to friend t.raliied bit I that It went black. IIo laughed when University of Minnesota, and for that hlra ou Tried Trick Once Too Often. I told him that I would havoI.lnlmenfc reason might not consider Jobs of In a week. 1 applied Hloau'a Beventy-flvo- , A man of who of re- oven "intellectual" work unless thoy and In four days be wu worklneand good UaU aid Sloaia was a riijht cent years had extorted monoy from were specially tempting and camo lueut." charitable persons, In Paris, by very soon. Price 25c.. to commit suicide, has fallen 50c, nd 91.00 a victim to his Ingenuity. He used to flloan'i Hook A Texas Wonder ou horoi, cattle, fasten a rope, attached to the celling, he and about his neck with an easy running oultry tent free. noose. Then, having knocked over Addrea the furniture, be would overturn the The Texas. Wonder cures kidney and Dr. chair on which ho was standing and bladder troubles, removing gravel, EorlS. remain hanging by tho rope. Alarm- cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, Sloaa ed by tho noise, tho neighbors would rheumatism, and all irregularities of rush in and cut him down. After be- the kidneys and bladder in both men ing revived ho would depict his state and women. Regulates bladder troubof distress in such moving language les In children. If not sold by your that money would bo forthcoming for druggist will be bent by mail on re his relief Later bo would repeat the celptoffl. Ono small bottle is two trick In another houso, invariably with success. Hut a few days ago, months' treatment and seldom falls to when ho was carrying out tho trick, perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Rotten, M.. n thero was a bitch No ono wont to Olive street, St. Louis, Mo, Send for F his help and ho remained hutiglnjf, Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug, U.S.A. being eventually cut down dead. gists.- -' Advertisement, i lirus-sel- -- about the stores and the merchants, and the churches Many a Cloverport Reader Will ofBrussells. Glad to hear you work Be Interested. every day and night except Sunday in the mad rush it's easy to forget the Sabbath When people read about the cures The American news in the London made by a medicine endorsed fioni far Dally mail must sound good to you ev- away, is it surprising that they wonder hours old. if the htiiteniL'iitH are true? But when en if it is twenty-fo- ur Wouldn't a Breckenridge News be good the' read of cases riht here at home, company, especially the nights you positive proof is within their reaeli, for are tired to death? Jut try it. close investigation is an easv matter. When you are going to dinner at six Re.(1 C(0verp,)rt endorsement of Do.m'a o'clock In the evening, we haven't got- - 'khI,,,. hk ,,, . , .. ten the mail from the 11 a.m. troln. j. i. airung, jurmer, iuverpori, ivy., Oh. this world of ours the clocks are says: "1 used severiil boxes of Domi's different, yet old Father time passes Kidney Pills and found them very snt- just the same for all, bringing us just lafunfr.rx A (1.111 ttw.ittic nrrn T l.n.1 what we put into it with lots of good fc.WMU.V. IIU1II U.Jr niUIJO) iUCkUCi W IU things on the side. Good-b- y and good patns across the small of my back and luck to you, Ernest Bruce Haswell. thiough my sides. Seeing Donn's Kidney Pills highly recotuuiend-- d in the A Des Mo ins man had an attack of local paper, I went to Gibson it Son's muscular rheumatism in his shouldrr. D.ug Store and got a box. They quickA friend advised hitu to go to Hot ly cured me and m return, I highly Springs. That meant an expense of recommend them." $150 CO or more. He sought for a quickFor hale by all dealers. Price 50 er and cheaper way to cure it and found blfSlfc nor: ) m 30E M GIRLS WANTEH I TO LEARN CARDING, ..' ,,,,,, .!.,....,.,. J SPINNING AND WEAVING Good Wages. Cheap Board Foster-Milbu- m TRANSPORTATION ALLOWED ...APPLY AT ONCE TO... Stiff Joints over-r-om- e Sprains.Bruises INDIANA COTTON MILLS CANNELTON, INDIANA o c O n 301 k non Wants Cowboy Suit. DOC IOE siisra Some Dont's. Don't speak III of a com petltor. Don't advertise In a perfunctory manner. Don't forget that, as the seasons change, the wants of the publlo change; 'and arrange samples and windows accordingly. you may want a favor SLOANS LINIMENT Dear Santa: I am Augusta's brother and sha told you that we have moved since last Christmas. You must not forget about it, but come to Cloverport. Our chimney will not be hard to find. Please bring me a cowboy suit and a knife. Da sure you have lots ot oranges and bananas. Your friend, Sidney M. Robarda. You will find that druggists everywhere speak well of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. They know from loug experience iu the sale of it that In cases of cougus and colds it can always be depended upon, aud that It Is pleasant Madam, Read McCalTi The Fashion Authority y McCAIX'S I. a artUtU, c iUuttraLd noatMv Mtgaxln lht ! adding to lb kaMt-- p and efHcl.ncy of 1.10O.OM cbmoolh, woman 91 lone U brimful of fluhlons, latter-worinlf rwtlua kliort itorlM, and aeon t and ldaa of for women. There are more than M ef tho tiewent dettgni or the celebrates McCALL I'ATTKIINH in each tuue. McCALI. rATTKIlNS are ftmou for t ip. fit. simplicity and economy, Ouly ID und 19 tenU each. The pubthlierj or McCALI.'S will thoiixaiitlt of dollar! extra In thaconilur month In order tit keop MeCJALI.'H bead and hnuhleri aliove all other woroou' iiiuirnzlii.4 at any irlw. However. McCAM 'H li only Wc a year; !MlUv4r wnrlli f 0Q. , Vo M Vt.tt Aiw 0.. MfU P.Hani Fr from your nrt copy or McOALL'S, If yH r-uucrlbe quickly. THE McUU COMPANY, 7X Vcd 37 St, Km Ye NOTE-A- ilt lot Irt. copy cl McCAU.'S wtwdw. lul ntw prtmlum cttalojv. Sainplt cupy tad pat kaaJ-omal160-paKiM-- h uiou.y-iavliu- Lr. pre-tondln-g Dont snub the traveling man; at his hands some day. Don't expect to do all of the business done In your line, nor claim that you do It all. Don't get the Idea that dust and dirt will be overlooked In your place. Don't be "penny wise and pound foolish" In the matter of tools and appliances to work with. Don't have too many prices; the adoption of this rule will save you considerable annoy ance and promote confidence ifl the justness of your prices. Don't leave your store' In charge of one who has not a Dractlcal knowledge of p4 1 and safe to take. For sale by all ers. Advertisement. deal- Cloverport's Her Home. Dear St. Nick: first thing I must tell you the tcru taUlutfu. aUa lr cm) icquctt. that we have moved from M Wl ea bw aad WHM ytjrlMtiprHM. Hit IK z-m- goods; any customer wants smd expects imtiuaeni auenusn. the Henderson and now live in Cloverport. Please bring me a big pretty doll with blue eyes and black hair, and a buggy to ride her in; also all the sweets, nuts and fruits you usually briBp. Your little friend, Augusta Robards, Mem h wftm. M.SftBEl&SONS PNhnlerm.HWM.WMl HfHWwn, UKWuu, ai. FURS' aaressassaiwi Today! Now! Subscribe Right Now. i.x, .MLAatn a- - ja. aaaaaBMBBWaBSBBieBai .a ESt Jig P. EVER Drury-Te- lls Hes Mr. S. The Union Free 'Delivery Purchases of $5.00 or more Delivered FREE About Thanksgiving Day And BACON a SON INCORPORATED Mail Orders Filled Promptly and Carefully Sunday School. Btautiful Singing And Other f Attractions. r. S. y P. Drury writes in a delight- natural way, which is always the t Interesting, of the Thanksgiving meeting at "his church," the ihodist, between Irvlngton and Cus It is a pleasure Indeed, to hear of happy occasions over the county tare being provided by the Sunday ools and churches for both "old ks and the young ones " The letter as follows: Editor: I am sorry that I did not nd you an invitation to attend our nion Sunday School Thanksgiving, ovembcr 28th. I will surely try and better next time. Man is liable to ny mistakes and I hope you will rdon me. Holiday Goods Now on Sale Do Your Shopping Early Always The It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christmas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are making the prices for the opening most attractive. The Flvit, I want to tell you something effort or aim which was to make ir Sunday School the most interest- ng place for the boys and girls to be found in this section of the county on hanksgivlng, at the same time to meet 1th all the good people of Drecken idge county, we possibly could on this lay and offer up thanks to our heaven- y Father for the many blessings he has estowed upon us and our fellow men nd women in the past. Well, we surely had a big crowd and ne of the best old fashioned spreads or dinners that I have had the pleasure :o get a share in for years. Pumpkin, apple, mince and custard pies, fruit ake, yellow cake, brown cake, white i'akc, boiled faced or striped, most ny flavor you might call for. Meat or meats, why yes, chicken, both boljed and fried, turkey, boiled ham, beef, tc, pickles, candy and lots of other good things too numerous to mention. We had the tooth picks for the old men after dinner, but passed them around to the women first. Mrs. lva Johnson, superintendent of the Clifton Mills Sunday school, came over with her choir and took a part with us, and I want to tell you we were glad to meet them and get acquainted. Sure, It helps a man or along over the rough places in life to meet these people and hear them sing. They are not afraid tn open their mouths so as to be heard. When it tomes to singing they surely knoVhow. .Brother T. B. Henderson, the Coun- ty Sunday School Superintendent, was also with us and made several short talks on the Sunday School work and his trip to the National Convention in California, what he saw and learned. I have heard Brother Henderson several times in the past on this line of the work, but he was in better shace and made the best talk of his life on this occasion. Wc appreciated his talks and hope they may do much good. Mrs. Herman IaWson, from the Plains, was, also with us with her class of small girls. With their songs and recitations, they were loudly praised. So we feel thankful to Mrs. Lawson as well as to her scholars. from Kingswood, Walton, , Rev. preached to us at 11 a. m. and it was a good sermon, being well delivered. Now there were many other things connected with the day that I might write you about, but I think my letter is getting just a little long. I do enjoy one of these unlou gatherings wheie we meet our old friends, neighbors and f wo-m- ap air Best for Gifts Fop Mother, Father, Brother, Christmas Store of Louisville Sister, Wife, Less Sweetheart or Friend and a corps of salesladies to help you in your selection. " s-- i Bring the Children to See Santa Claus Santa will give to each child coming to see him an attractive Christmas paper Railroad Fares Refunded at the Rate of S I';:'! from a distance and spend a day of pleasure with them. Such as this, in my opinion, makes a man or woman want to live long and praise his Master that he is a citl.en of old relatics BMMHHM Breckenridge. Respectfully your friend, S. P. Tlrury. SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM! 300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best secmiles from railroad station; tions of Breckenridge county, 2 well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three tenant houses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of tobacco, 30 to 50 bushels corn, fine wheat and grass land. Price cash, balance in one, two and three years. $4,200; one-ha- lf This is the greatest bargain on our list. It must be sold. For 1- -2 We wish to chII your attention to the fact that most infectious diseases such as whooping cough, a'phtherla and scarlet fever are contracted when the child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will quickly cuieacold aud greatly lessen the danger of contracting these diseases. This remedy is famous for its cures of colds. It contains no opium or other narcotic and may he given to a child ith implicit confidence:. Advertisement. Sold by ail dealers. How Your Thoughts Shape Your Face. We speak of "lines of care" on a man's face. They are chiseled from within by worry that burns up the tissues and causes depressions beneath the skin. Pride or cynicism will gradually curl the upper lip like a window awning. We associate a retreating chin with a weak will and square jaws with a strong will; but It is the will that shapes the chin, and nut the chin the will. Selfishness will set Its ujark on the face as 'suroly as a kind soul. Nature won't lie for any of us. As we are within, so we shall finally appear outwardly. If we covet tho beauty that makes even a plain face attractive, we must live the transfiguring life Dr. John Cowan. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing. Doau's Ointment is fine for slciu itching. AH druggists sell it, 50c a box. Advertisement. particulars write JN0. Miss Ilallie D. BABBAGE, : Cloverport, Kentucky For "Quality's Sake" Lewisport A ft Beatty and pupils at Jackson gave a literary entertainment Friday afternoon. All present enjoyed the program very much. Sam Lajlie and family have moved to Sample. Several from here attended the dance at Mat Mattingly's Thursday night. Malcolm O'Brien and family have moved into the property vacated by Sam Las'lle. Roy McCoy Is in Louisville this week. Mrs. Garfield B rden, of Cloverport, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Shrewsburg. How to JUDGE A BANK A Tp A MAN HAS HIS ACCOUNT "with a bank that does not ac cord him satisfactory treatment he Summarily transfers the account where he will receive the M'QUADY. Mrs. Lafe Taul and three children left Wednesday for Owensboro where they will visit relatives. Phineas Smiley, of West View, spent Sunday the guest of MissHallie Beatty. Miss Nannie Payne, of near Hardlnv burg, is visiting hire. Misses Nora and Hallie Beatty were at Glen Dean Saturday attending the Teachers' Association. Mice Ethel Harrel and Lonuie Rhodes were married at St. Mary's of the Woods Wednesday, Mtss Minnie Saapp and Thomas Fowler, of Brandenburg, were married h.re Thursday. The Miwes Fowler, of Brandenburg, came to attend the Snapp-Powler When you have a bilious attack give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They aie excellent. For sale by all dealers consideration he deserves. Thus, the merits of a bank may be readily judged,by the length of time it holds its accounts. Trausact- P tow with the FARMERS BANK, are invariably satisfactory, and accounts with this safe, strong Institution are seldom closed. We want new business, but NEVER lose sight of the old. per cent, nnd the net operating revenue 5.I per cent. The foregoing statistics are from the summary made by the Bureau of Railway Economics from the reports of the railwas to the Interstate Commerce A special committee of Commission the railways having headquarters in Chicago reports that bills now pending In the Federal Congress providing for an increase in the number of employees of the railways and for the rapid substitution of steel for wooden equipment will, if enacted, place the railways tinder an additional expense of approximately $12,000,000 per annum for the former, and a total expense of for the latter purpose. Without compulsion, the railways in the course of three years have increased their steel equipment 750 per cent, and their steel underframe equipment 250 per cent. $632,-746,0- 1 BEST IT MEANS "J Flour '1 PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lewisport, Kentucky Railway Receipts and Expenses For Septem Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. The business of the railways for tember while showing a conslde improvement over that of September 1011, does not maintain the rate of inmonth Lives at Webster. crease bet by the of August. The total net operating Dear 'Old Santa Clauss Come to see revenue of 00 per cent, of the steam railways Increased t5.89O.84O for Sep- me. Bring me lots of pretty things. tember, while the Increase for August My doll baby and little dog and teddy was $13,865,622. This Increase in net bears, candy In a box, little washer and operating revenue was at the rate oi washboard and little bed and table. A $21 per mile of line for the month or at big old rag baby and bring some pretty the rate of 70 cents per mile of line per things ,to grandada and Edna. I am three years old and my name is Dolly day. The total operating revenues per Kathrine Kendall, Webster, Ky. mile of llae for the month Increased 6 5 i P. S, I forgot to cay I want a Xmas percent., thep:rating expewes 7.3 tree to. record-breakin- g Don't use harsh physics. The reaction weakens the bowels, leads to chronic constipation. Get Doan's Regulets. Tliey operate easily. 25c at all stores, Advertisement, tUllUl I aJCiJLU IVIEjIJLi and Grain Coal, Hay I HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. mit?si$4?i&ii&M77ii79zjtT&iamni . 7ami9m "rrr Try a News Want Ad. Now J T THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGI , Editor and Publisher CLOCK TOWER OF ADRIANOPLE Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPOKT, KY., VEDNESDAY, DEC. 4. 1912 Subscription price $1.00 a .venr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS lOo per line, nnd5c for ench additional insertion. ' CARDS 0 THANKS over five lines charged for nt tho rato of , 10 cents per lino. charged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money OBITUARIES in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please m notify us. DOLLARS ALMOST LOST. The mci chants over tho county have been mistaking' persuaded into fidvertising of the mot cxrcnnve class that is tho circular put up in the flinpc of a imijinzine. It is expensive because it is almost fruitless. The- - ciicuhir the nieiclinnts arc upending postage on has absolutely no personality to it. The Ilardinsburg and Cloverport meichatts weic sold the same circular. It contains a few pictures and not a sirglo direct fact about, the store itself. If merchants have dolkis lo spend on advertising in every way, shape and style, then the sterohpid circular may be considered, but newspaper advertising is the most sensible for tho merchant who bus to count expense. Spend .$10 for an ad in Tho Breckcnridgc News and you get tho attention of 15,000 readers. Ten dollars for postage on 1,000 circulars, like every other merchant is using, if he was persuaded, reaches not a thousand renders because tho circular is not pcrhonal. And it goes into the world unaccompanied with live news, social'gossip and town talk that's dependable and attractive. follow! ap sp?rtt'ThnkrivlnfrJ' la Louisville: Prof, K. Y. Maxey, Mr. ami Mr. M. H.'fBeard and son, Murray, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe and daughter, Mrs. Jeff Hook and son Howard, Kobt. Curtis, Sarfiuel and Win, Evans, Misses Minnie Kemp, Leila Baker, Addle K. Eskridgo and Ida 13. Marr. (Mlfcs'.Dtlla Kincheloe returned from an extended visltj to Louisville Sunday evening. Mr Leonard Leavell taught a teach er's training class at the Baptist church lust week. Pof. R. Y. Maxey, Mrs. J. J. Willett; Misses Niram Wlllett and Meda Ditto took the first book; Mrs. J no. D Shaw, Misses Fanny Whitting hill and Maud Smith the second. You know what we have for Chrlst- mns presents They are the reliable things Thpy are gifts that never per Call In nnd see tlnm. T. C. ith LewN, the jeweler. ST he To Remind You Thip season of tho year is tho timo your houso needs a or tho old one needs repairing. It is tho best time to paint, to put up puttering or clean and repair the old ones to got tho fall rains in your cistern, which may also need patching. To havo you a now homo built to cat Christmas dinner in. To make some nico concrete walks around your place. To look after your chimneys and fluesnnd seo if they arc 8iifo for iho winter fires. I do all of tho above, but if you prefer to do tho work, let mo figure with you on the material. A full and complete lino of all kinds of now roof $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenrldge New one ear $3 50. Lumber, Windows; Doors, Nails and Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement, Shingles, Laths, Plaster, Galvanized Tin and Rubber Roofing, Guttering Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Finishes. All Kinds Frames and other Planing Mill Work to order. National Agriculture Man To Be At Irvington. MARION Arnold, of the Agricultural Department of the United State, will This ancient clock tower Is a be one of the speakers nt the firm landmark In Adrlanople, tho school to be held in Irvington, DecemTurkish city which tho Bulgarians ber 10. 11 and 13. havo been attacking so fiercely. W. WFATHERH0LT, J Cloverport, Ky. ra3HTC&KlHMHHHHi Mr. and Mrs. Amos Board and Miss Lucile Squires were in Cloverport last week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larkln r j STEPHENSPORT Rev W. II. F. Jones, of Louisville, filled his regular uppointment in the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Ann Hook, of Hardinsburg,-wathe guest of her sister, Mrs E. H Miller, last week and returned home s Gibson. , , It ful rotation of crops; farmers banded together for the production of Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Ball and childthe best of every product for which they stand a solid phalanx for ren were in Irvington Friday. tho highest maiket price. Eveiy faimer owning his auto, for this is Judge Matthias Miller is visiting Mrs. tho farmer's ally. His children being educated, not in tho "Little Sam Baker in Hancock county. Red Schoolhouse," too rften a black, unsanitary log affair, but in a Attorney Allen R. Kincheloe was in modern Consolidated Model School, where wagons cany the children Louisville last week on business. Misses Ruth, Mnry Ann and Martha Harned spent the week end with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hamed, NO MORE DISAPPOINTMENTS. Garfield. "We should ive a vote of Thanks to the mail clerks on Tho Hen Mrs. Chas B. Miller, of Eddyville, is dcrson Route for discontinuing tho Sunday mail. It must have been here for a month's visit to her parents, a nuisance to our postmaster, who serves us so ofliciently six days and Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrick. nights in the week. Truly, it was a drawback to our churches. No Come in and see us early Get the one will have u disappointment on Sunday now over tho letter that choice pick of Christmas novelties. T. didn't come. There is always compensation in keeping (in tho ex- C. Lewis, the jeweler. treme, it might be said) tho Sabbath day, free from all labor and holy Mrs. Rob Hendrick was in Harned last week visiting her brother Gid with reverence. Squires. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hall are at home EORGOTTEN APRIL SHOWERS. from Little Indian, 111., where they President-elec- t Wilson will bo twom in as Piesident on March 4, have been for a visit to their daughter, as piovidid by the Constitution, but the main inauguial ceremonies Mrs. Ben Wilson. will be postponed until Apiil 24. As his reason for making the proMr". Cornelia Miller has gone for a posed change Gov. Wilson gave the health of those participating in visit to her son, Dickie Miller, near the inaugural ceicmonies. March winds are not as disastrous to one's New Bethel. Mrs. Robert Ernst and son, Bobbie, health as April showers are to new frocks and bonnets. left Thursday for their home in LouisOur Irvington coi respondent wiites: At the session of the ville after bein the guest of Mr. and Southern Educational Association held at the "Warren Memorial Mrs Jas. W. Miller. Miss Allie C. Connor has returned to church, Dr. ChnilesC. Thatch, piesident of tho Alabama Polytechher home in Lduisville after a visit to nic Institute, fpoke on tho subject of "Tinining for Life Work in Miss Lucy C. Miller. the Rural Schools," drawing a picture of ideal conditions in rural Miss Mary Ellen Lyons was the guest life, farms of from 35 to SOnctes, well tilled, well stocked, success- of Mis. Zeno Hendrick last week. Monday. Mrs. Ben Ly and daughter, Zelma, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry Plock, f Tell City, last week Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and daughter, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mrs. M. A. McCubbins Sunday. Mrs. H S. English, Jr., spent Sun. day with her mother, Mrs. Belle Craw- ford. J. D. Butler and wife, of Owensboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Barbee last week J. T. Brfsham, Mary B. Basham tmd W. H. Gibson attended the social at Miss Martha Haynes' Wednesday evening. Emery French is working as third trick operator at Irvington. Miss Belva Jane French was in Clo verport last week shopping. Miss Lelah Belle Hawkins was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Harry Ham-maof Cloverport, one day last week. Gus Dutschke has returned from a trip to Oklahoma. Miss Zula May Jenkins, of Owens boro, who has been the guest of Miss Henrietta Shively for the past week, returned home Sunday. JBuhrman Dowell went to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dowell, of Union Star, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steward and children spent Saturday with her brother, Willie Basham, of New Bethel. Several from here attended church at Holt Sunday. Miss Julia Fella was the guest of Miss Henrietta Shlvely Friday. Miss Henrietta Shlvely entertained the younger set Friday nighr in hdnor of her visitor, Miss Zula Mav Jenkins, of Owensboro. Thirty guests were present. They indulged in games and music, nice refreshments were served at 10:30 o'clock. Misses' doaks worth 55 00 selling for 2.50 at G. W. Paynes'. Mr. Will Gatlln and Miss May Brown went to Amnions Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Ater and little daughter, Helen Dandy, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Lodlburg. Miss Grace McCoy, of Louisville, Is with hor sister, Mrs. Geo. Driskell. Cloaks for ladles worth $7.s0, we are closing out for $3.00. G. W. Payne. n, WWV 17 I II I uyozr jAo&m" " C II 1 - ' Have '. tiu helpless "XA& Pl nut known where an individual executor has mismanaged an estate entrusted to aim. Trust your business hffairs to our Trust Cernpam It is a permanent ernantzition, controlled bv men. who will look after jour business for vou after you ardf dead ju t as c irefullv nnd as pn fuably as you look after it while you are living UKE that your wite ami children will oe Be ABMJlyUTlSLY secure :i(tf;r ou are dead We c.tn help you make &afe, profitable investments while you are alive f Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THE BxNK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburo;, Ky. uEsz&yi'zm&m&MmmmmmmmKmmBmmmmmMammmmmmmmmm to and fro, thus enabling the child to continue in school from the age J. H. Gardner and son James Howof six to eighteen, and yet eat breakfast at' his mother's side and ard, were in Louisville last weeh goods. sleep at night under his father's own loof. These aie conditions Moorman Ditto, of Glen Dean, spent which may reasonably be expected to bo brought about in our Southpart of lost week with his mother, Mrs. land by means of proper legislation. Tho teaching body should stand Hattie Ditto. for theso measures. Miss Clara Eskrldge was at home from Deiinie Shceran has his quietus from Auditor of State Bosworth. Miss Cathrine Kinchelos visited Mrs. It took $2G,800 to get it. Dcnnio collected Friday and Saturday at Cleveland Brock 'n Louisville last week. Hardinsburg 10,000. R. O. Perkins. D. C, this city, 3,000; L. V. Miss Clara Sperzel visited her parents Chapin, city and school, $l,95G.7r. Money will come to tho front in New Albany last week. Mrs. J. H. Gardner entertained at when it has to. The Farmers Institute was having an inteie&ting meeting at Ilaidinsburg Monday. There was a small attendance, but those present were getting .some good points along agricultural line.. Tho majority of people who had turkey this Thanksgiving were those who didn't havo enough folks to eat it and have had it left over for two or three days. Tho old bachelor was the only man kicking on taxes Saturday especially tho school tax. Tho wild gecbo went South yesterday morning, your coal and kindling. Colonel Roosevelt A Host grcssivo party? six o'clock dinner Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman and son, John Edwards, Mrs. Lawrence Graham and daughter, Lillian Buchanan, of Bowling Green and Miss Lillian Beard. Prof. Forscythe attended the Educational Association in Louisville and went from there to the Mammoth Cave. Little Miss Mildred Walker spent last week with Jess Kincheloe and family. Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman visited his sistei, Miss Sarah Deane MoorGlen Dean last week. J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINQTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country ' FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goods and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. n luru CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION 11 subscription to Tub Biikckkkkidoe News an acceptable holiday present to somo friend. Tho mver will certainly bo gratefully remembered every week POSSIBLY wiii'iu ji' y s Bettor get in pro- - man, in Danville Thanksgiving. Miss Louise Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent Sunday with Mrs. Lawrence Graham. Headline Wonder if it was a HARDINSBURG Over One-Hundred Miss Alice Frank, of Irvington, has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Stella Ball. Men- tioned By Going and Coming. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard and sons have returned from Hartford where Correspondent-Mu- ch they were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. E, B. English. People Miss Georgia M. Haswell is at home from a visit to Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, B. Lennon lias-ha- Miss Mary Whlttrnghlll, of Fordsville, spent Thanksgiving with her bister, Mrs, Tommy .Whltirighlll. Stephens-por- t, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. W. Mrs. Susan Squires is the guest of Misses Shellman and Mary Belle of Stephensporti wero in town her daughter, Mrs. Larkln Gibson, of Cloverport. shopping Saturday. Wm. Prout has returned from WebMrs. Joel II. Pile, of Louisville, is in ster where he spent his Thanksgiving town the guest of friends and relatives. vacation. Mrs. Gus Shellman was in Louisville Mr, and Mrs. Wm. E. Huston, of for a visit last week. x Louisville, are visiting friends and Christmas presents. T. C, Lewis. For reliable jewelry and watches, write or call to see me personally for advice, repairing or purchuses T. C. Lewis, Hardinsburg. Miss Clara Whltworth visited her L ODBURG Miss Anna Lewis Whltworth, in Lexington last week. Misses Jet and Nora Harrison, MyrMiss Mary Elizabeth and Virginia week-en- d tle Beard and Arthur Ater attended with Mrs. Walker spent the Association the Southern Teacher's Chambliss. which convened In Louisville last week. Mrs, Nora Board, of irvington, spent Mrs. Will Gibson, of Cloverport, Thursday and Friday with Mrs. C. L. Bpent Thanksgiving with her brother, Beard. Mrs. Mary Heston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Ben Hardin. Nelse and Forest Beauchatnp were her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Payne, the guests of their brother, Blon of Hawesvllle Sunday. Mrs. P. M. Beard and daughters, Frank Miller, who has been In CaliVirginia and Clara, were visitors la fornia for the pastsix months, returned Union Star last week. home last Sunday for an indefinite vis-Misses Jennie Greed and Anna. Eliza to bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warn Robertson were in ton Wednesday, Miller. Mesdames Robert Hendrick and W. Mr. andMri. Henry Dutschke, of E. Huston spent last Wednesday with Ammons, were guests of Mr. Dutschke's Mrs. CM Miller. mother, Mrs. A. Dutschke, Sunday. Subscribe Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Basham, of Union Star, have left their farm and Mr. moved In with their and Mrs Ed Croush. Mrs r;annle Orendof, of Webster, spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Jess Prks Mr. and Mrs Ben Hardin were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beau-cham- p, son-in-la- Keys and Clyde Gibson all returned home last week from Illinois where A they had been for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Chappie, of Raymond, snent the week end with1 their son, Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Ch'apple, of Madora. We are Rlad to report that Mrs. A. M. Hardin who has been very slcx Uu now convalescent. Mrs. Ben Hardin has a cream pitch-- w er and Mrs. Ida Brown has a sugar bowl that belonged to Mrs. Hardin's great'grandmother Barr. They more than 100 years old. T.iey are white china with blue flowers, Is there sm other as old a piece of china ware la. the county? sis-te- s, of Mystic, Sunday. Arthur Ater were visiting Mrs Ater's parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Bandy Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avltt were guests of Miss Mollie Adklsson, of near Webster, last Sunday. Henry Sommers, of Frymlre, went to Louisville last Sunday to spend the week with relatives. Jas. Wilhite, of Stanley, was visit Mr. and Mrs. Ing Charlie Macy last week. ' To Santa Claus. Dear Santaclaus: I want jttti Beau-cham- p, It The protracted meeting, which was carried on at Walnut Grove by Rev. Hutchison, closed last Thursday with ten additions to the church. Mr. and Mr. Sam Brown were guests pf Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reese Prench, of Mystic, last Sunday. bring me a big doll with ourled and bring her a coat and a cap and want you to bring my Brother a and a little train and bring me a ow, coat, bring my brother a new coat a new cap. Bring us some nuts ai Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bandy, ef Fry- bring us some candy. Bring mother j mlre, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.' new coat and bring father a new Henry Gibsen. of clsthw. So good By, Dear Saa4 Jake Miller, Nile Beauchamp, Lona clatw, ireai anna mae Tatuiu. rf1gFf$f, . - .yv V6 Breckenridge News 1912 Ky FLEEING FROM CONSTANTINOPLE IN PANIC & 7 WEDNESDAY, DEC 4, At Cbfcrport, the Tout trel at ah second Offllce mutter clam ;iaa?9t-:aaa?a;aa- ? Warvts. For Sale X4Kmm&si4!i.' Shot Gun ol PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Run with two utta of barrels! 12 rimroi will sell cheap. H. II. McOrnckon, It. H. Shops Lost-G- old A VERY fine HnmlnKtondonl)lo-bnrr- stiot Preparations dre now going on at oijr store for a z Watch SENEGAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAdo at Cloverport Hotel, OlotTfport, Ky. RIrId Gold cane Watch, open I e JEWELLov.pnor near tho Ilnrdtn nlnce " face. at Holt. Keward If returned to Hinder I'ate KNCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES iTEJ FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost Sweater sweater with llnrdlrmburtt ON whlto letter I. Pike, a liluo J. II. Randall, Itcturn to Cloverport, Ky. For Sale Storehouse. COIt SALEOno frame dwelling In tlio town of Mooleyvllle, Ky,, on ci sport ami Concordia road, with II vo ifinlnj v t( frwtt aliiiiiniiln r ima it t H n show cases and all flxturoi ready for use, J. I) CunnlnRlium, Chcimult, Ky. two-story Ste-pli- Big ,"' Precinct nml city Office f 8 CO 6 00 Per County Offices 15.00 Stnte mid District Offices. 10 Calls, per line 10 to Cards, per line iu tlie Inter- fT All Publications est of Indivldunls or expression 10 of Individual views per line ..4 House and Lot will move on will oiler for sale my It Jan. I. lioinu and lot In nyono minting A property In u Rood. live town cut) buy a bargain from inc. I, T. Klrtley. IrtlriKton, Ky. For Sale HAVIN(iouRhtaI farm and 1U13. 1 LOCAL BREVITIES Ji Public Sale SAM?, Monday. tlocrmbcr 2. to lilKlttst bidder, liorso. mud, mum, milch cow, wagon, hoas, household furniture. loiin.l. Ankln, ulsii Dean, Ky. Christmas Display Santa Claus will be with us again! plIIMG For Exchange cluitiRo fur man- - mules Heard. HardlnsburK, Ky. cnVEHALeood farm miins for sale or A Mrs. I.lzzie Gcer went to Jivansvillc TTnr.llfl (Mlt ltobertson cr-- -' iV. pwuuuu. Ifn V.iri -- to IlnHUlell frburg Saturday. Mrs. William Gibson went to Louis- llle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaven arc 'in Portsmouth, Va. will entertain the , Mrs. Harry Gans Club Friday afternoon. girls' u very Mrs. John D. Gregory :ill during the last week. f Mrs. Foster Heyser is ill of pneu monia at her home in this city. tvt.co T.iTTin Stillttinii Is visititur Mr. faud Mrs. James Skillman In Louisville. of TNickerson, Mr. Scott Simmer, "Kans., is the guest of Miss Claudia Tor Sale 1! lior'-power FOK SALE A Watklns mike, stjtlontryir Knitlne; la Rood HreckinrldRii News. Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. For Sale of k'Rul blanks. Cloverport, Ky. poHSALE-Dee- ds, MortRBRcs and all kinds lircckunrldRe News, m& t0 I I has-,bee- Inhabitants of Constantinople with their household before the great mosquo of Sultan Sulelmanleh, ready to fleo from the city at tho approach of the Balkan armies PANIC-STRICKE- Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. P&te. rxt "Mjoo Tlnicv Dpnll. it. rAu: guni u .woo ... Mr. and Mrs. Seam Arington and children, of Pellville.were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Lou Sahlie, last week. ,Mrs. Linsey Kidgeway and Mrs. S. H. Ridgeway, of Shepherdsville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway, Don't fail to attend Ernest Henderson's sale next Wednesday. Big lot of fine stock to sell and 3,000 bushels of Presbvterian church sale begins Thurs- 2 p. m. in Oelze's Hall. ' Tiiol TVTnv rf Vnrf Monroe. Va.. was the guest of Miss Bertha Smith 1 Sunday. '' Mrs". Fannie Philips, of Pellville, was sister, Mrs. Lou Sahlie, t tlie guest of her last week. 2y'Mr. Will Bowmer, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. sW. H. Bowmer. fMrs. Courtnev Babbace has returned iiofie from Sorirho after a visit to Miss &nie Hambleton. Pierce has returned home from Glen Dean, where lie spent a week, ."day, December 12, at Rev. Jarboe and Kev. Ed. Hughes Cloverport, Kentucky are holding a revival at Holt chapel. It closed Sunday night. Ten were conmembers of his family verted. Irvington Camp 11020 Modern Wcodmen Announcement. Mr. Julius Dutschke, Holt, took his of America. wife, to Louisville Monday for medical H. Trent, Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock an- treatment. She has been afllicted with Com O. A Dowell, nounce the marriage of their sister, rheumatism for over a year. LL. T. Kirtley. Lucy Florence, to Zack T. Hardin on Mrs. Roberts returned from Louis Wednesday, January the first, nineteen Notice to Tnose Who Write Cloverport, ville Monday hundred and thirteen. For The Breckenridge News Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson, Jeff D. Owen and Mls3 Hoskins returned Persons who send articles to the from Louisville Monday. Breckenridge News kindly take pains BEWLEYVILLE . S. W. Davis, Mystic, returned frcm i to make them plain and on paper of reasonable size. Wrapping paper is Louisville Monday. not convenient to handle on a type Miss Claycomb And Mr. McCoy W. J. Schopp, Stephensport, was case or desk. Always sign name. made a Shriner along with G. W. Married-Spec- ial Christmas at Louisville lasi week. I Mc-Creh- accurately drawn, acknowledged, signed and de livered any deed, mortgage, contract or other instrument of writing. Special at tention given to the collection of notes, bills, accbuuts, etc. Cloverport, you can have Thos. Flood, of Holt, is building n nsw barn on the pi ce he bought from Mrs. Gross. , Dentist THE SAVINGS BANK HABIT MEANS SOUND SLEEP Saving softens the pillow. The Savings-BunHabit means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and manly independence. A Savings-Ban- k Book is a healthful thing there are no microbes in it to steal away your peace of mind. It is also a guarantee of good behavior. Call today and get ours One dollar opens an account here. k FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. I I J. C. PAYNE, Cashier ..... By Bandy and daughter, Annie Lee, of Kind's wood, came up Saturday and Resolutions of Respect to Mrs. Smith, of Mobile, Ala., and B. The Memory of Our DeF. Parr, of Benton, 111., who were here by the' serious Illness of ceased Friend, G. L. Bandy, called mother, Mrs. Mahala Parr, have their W J Stlth. of Louisville, is visiting Who Died July 14, 1912. Ffcturned to their respective homes his son, William Stlth and family. Mrs. Parr's condition is very greatly The silver chord has loosened and the golden bowl broken, the dust has returned to the earth and the spirit of God who gave It. The angel of death made a call at the door of our camp, and the recording angel wrote: "Well done, thy good and faithful servant enter thou Into the joys of thy Lord forever!" Therefore, be it resolved, that we point with pride to his noble character and bis clean Christian life, and that we emulate his Integrity and his devotion to every duty devolving upon him as a man and Woodman. Way wo also live that when the summons conies to us we may join him In the Head Camp above where we all expecj. to arrive when the summons conies. Be It further resolved, that in his death this camp has lost a true and faithful servant, the church a devoted Christian, his family a loving husband and father, and the community a good citizen. Be it further resolved, that this camp extends its heartfelt sympathy to tho family and friends in their sad bereav-nien- t, and that a copy of these resolutions be spread on tl.e minutes, a copy sent to each of our county papers for publication and a copy sent to the improved. Miss Mary Brumficld entertained at her home Saturday evening. M. W. Cauthon, of Louisville, has returned after a hunting trip in this section. He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bruner. Miss Virginia Helm Milner, who is attending The Girls' High School in Louisville, spent several days Including Thanksgiving with her parents, Dr. Wm. Milner and Mrs Milner. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herrmann, of Tell City, were week end guests of .Mr and Mrs. Jabez Haynes, near town. Dr. Milner was In Louisville Thursday and Friday where he attended the banquet given by the Shrinars at the Seelbach.. Miss Laura Hugh Watlington, who is attending Tho Girls' High School in Hardlnsburg, spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koland Watlington. News was received here last week of the death of Mrs. Andrew McAfee at her home In West Virginia, of tuberculosis. Real Wedding Feast. Tho wedding of Abls Horourts, tho son of tho Rabbi at Mlclec, with Fraulln Teindel Weiss, who is Just seventeen, took place tho other day, nt tho houso of tho lattr'a father In Szaploncza, In Hungary. Four thousand guests wero invited to tho wedding banquet, which vaa spread In the open air and lasted with Intervals for dancing for twenty-fou- r hours. Tho provisions prepared wero sufficient to victual a liner, and included 6 cwt. of beef, 2 cwt. of veal, 4 cwt, of fish, 1,120 fowls, 120 geese, 86 turkeys, 1 cwt. of almonds, 2 cwt. of sugar, m. tons of flour. The company consumed in drink 160 gallons of red wine, 220 gallons of white wine, 800 gallons of beer, and over 200 of branflftecn-ycar-ol- d Service Announced For Methodist Sunday School-Ot- her Notes. UNION STAR w"i -- corn. D. S. Richardson, Union Star, returned from Louisville Wednesday accompanied by his granddaughter, Miss Virginia Helm Milner. Gregory and Mrs. Ella Dowden daughter, Miss Dorothy, have returned to Brandenburg after a visit to Mrs. Lucy Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner were guests of honor at a beautiful dinner "given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne. For Sale A very fine Remmingtou double-barrshotgun, with two sets of barrels, 12 gauge. Will sell cheap. S. iH. McCrackcn, railroad shops. Dr. Henry Kurtz came down from Lakeland to spend Thanksgiving with this children at Webster. He looks fine and says he is enjoying good health. el At the law office of V. G. Babbage, in H HHHrtllllHmH ABOUT remained until Monday. By preached In Methodist church Sunday evening. Mrs. Horace Albright, husband and daughter attended burial of her moth er, Mrs. McDonald t Buck Grove, Sunday. The mother was 00 years old. Edgar Hardaway and Wathen Drury left Tuesday via St. Tjouis for Los Angeles and Frisco, California. As a parting salutation the boys of the neighborhood gave a stag supper at the Keith House on Monday night in honor of Edgar and Wathen. Misses Rena mid Lillian Mdrgnn, of Brandenburg. Misses Ada Stith and Bessie Foote and Edgar HarHaway 'made a pleasant Thanksgiving party at the home of Chas. H. Drury. Mr. and Mrs. Will Corby, after a ten days' visit to Ben McCoy, he old home, returned to Lakeland Saturday. Miss Eula Claycomb and Clint Mc Coy wero united In marriage at the home of the bride, Nelson G. on Sunday afternoon. Kev. L. K. May ofllclating. W. A. Stith and family, of Guston, attended services here Sunday and spent the remainder of the day at the C. H. Drury home. Miss Minnie Stith of Washington City, is expected home for the holidays. Thus Ditto and wife, of Louisville, have returned home after a two weeks' visit with John Cox, W. C. Jolly and Mr. Ditto bugged other relatives. quite a good deal of game while here. There will be a Christmas service at the Methodist church by the Sunday school ou Dec 32 at 10 a. m. Clay-comb- 's, Slaving sold a part of my farm, I now offer the balance for sale, about 1G0 acres. This land lies just outside tho corporate limits of Hardinsburg, is in a high state of cultivation and mot all level. Tho improvements consists of 1 dwelling with 1 four-roocellar, cistern and all necessary outbuildings. tennnt 2 comparatively now tobachouso with cistern and outbuildings. co barns, 40x84 ft. 1 stock barn of 10 stalls, tool house, crib and, everything necessary for a well exuipped farm. Tho price is right and terms leasonablo on this property. two-stor- y m Farm For Sale P. M. BEARD, :: Hardinsburg, Ky m TIMELY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPER The useful, the practical, the desirable all embraced in 'our gift Goats and Cloaks For ladies and children. Suits for men and boys .make tho useful Christmas present. INSURE AGAINST Gloves are always beautiful offerings for Christmas. Men uro pleased to them, women lighted. de- TEETH - tk main point is not looks, although t)M Improvement In anybody's teeth sickly catches the eye but greater Iwrte the PERSONAL NOTES. Haw&s-vllie, FIRE with Best Make of Shoes Or Maybe mako a practical gift for ChrUtmas. Dress shoes for women, shoes with btylo for men; comfortable shoes for tho grow-in- g child. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Brown, of 9lwa your teeth are made sound and all (mlseing ones replaced Itfeen your food Is mote e&slly raastl- I, thereby putting an end to In- tlon and dyspepsia, W, A. WALKER, Dentist HwaMiislHirf, Ky. MtMdftud iMfitte Health twr Hkry have been to Holt to see the little girl of Jas. Dejarpette. Dr. Baker was called to see her. She is ill of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hall, here. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Asklns and two children went to Evansvllle this week visit Will McQuady nnd Jas. Reardon. Israel Holder went to Louisville last week with a large amouat of stock. dy. C.B. &.O.T. Skillman ltopreeonting tho sumo sovon time tried companies that paid over $60,000 of tho loss in our big firo of 1901 without a single kick. BUILDING WhlteBburg, MINERS' Y. Ky. An M. C. A. mi- ners' Y, M. C. A. building la being erected in Burdlne, a suburb of Jenkins, the industrial center, and will be opened soon. Miners' Y. M. C. A.'s are being established in Dunham, Inv provement and Jlcltoberts, while Jenkins has had a Y. M. C. A. in opera tlon for several months. Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Holiday Hosiery, Household Linens, Elegant China Everything to mako the homo beautiful for Christmas and other attractions for the Yuletido buyer at our store. I. B. RICHARDSON GARFIELD, KY. . Iho . i m ? m STOLEN SINGER, MARTHA BELLINGER CHAPTER I. In Twilight the Park. tho tonneau. There was no answer. Molding tho flapping ends of her veil away from her faco, sho turned and looked fairly at the driver of tho machine. Ho seemed a businesslike capablo man, though certain minor details of his chauffeur's rig woro a bit unusual, and now that ho had been obliged, by Bomo discomfort, to remove his goggles, his faco appeared pleasant and qulto untanncd. Ills passcngor noted theso things, remarking: "Oh, It Isn't Itenaud!" "No, Mademoiselle; Renaud hadn't Bhowed up at tho ofTlco when you telephoned, so they put mo on In his Accent seemed to ImBho was not quite pleased. "The mnnager sent you. And your namo Is ?" "My name rather odd name Hand." Tho faco half hidden behind tho veil remained Impassive A moment's hesitation, and then tho lady turned away with a short. "You will wait?" "As mademoiselle wishes. Or shall I perhaps follow slowly along the drive?" "No, wait here. I shall return "Ah, I see." ply, however, "You may wait, Ronaud." Tho voice was Arm, but the lady herself hesitated as sho stepped from place" that Tho young woman walked away, "Illon, Maine. lifting skirts skillerect, "My Dear Agatha: I take my pen In fully as she paused a moment at tho hand toaddrcss you, the daughter of top of tho stono steps leading down tho dearest friend of my llfo, for tho into tho tiny park. Tho driver of tho first time In the twenty-odyears of machine, free from observation, al- - your existence. Once as a child you lowed a perplexed look to occupy his gaw mj and you haye douDtlesa heard countenance. "What the devil 1b to my nam(j from your mother's people pay If she doesn't return soon! frQm tJm0 to tlmo; but T can BCarcely Tho avenue lifts a camel s hump ' hope that any knowledge of my pri toward the sky in the space of fifteen vate life has come to you. It will ne blocks, and on tho top, secure as the easy, then, for jou to pardon an old howdah of a chieftain, stands tho man for giving you, In this fashion, noble portico of the old college. To tho confidence he has never been able the westward, as every ono knows, to bestow In tho flesh. Ho the river and tho more pretentious "When you read this epistle, my park; on the east an abrupt descent dear Agatha, I shall have stepped Into offers space for a small grassy play- that next mystery, which Is Death. ground for children, who may be seen, Indeed, tho duty which I am now disduring the sunny hours of tho day, charging serves as partial preparation romping over tho Blope. for that very event. This duty Is to As tho gazo of tho woman swept make you heir to my house and esover the charming little pleasance, and tate and' to certain accessory funds beyond, over the mlleB of which well enable you to keep up the roofs, chimneys and Intersecting place. streets, tho serious look disappeared "You may regard this act, possibly, from her face. Summer haze and dis- as tho Idiosyncrasy of an unbalanced tance shed a gentle beauty over what mind; It Is certain that some of my sho knew to bo a clamoring city-N- ew kinsfolk will do so. But while lhave York. Angles were softened, been able to bear up under their noises subdued, sensational scenes greater or less displeasure for many lost In tho dimmed perspective. To years, I find myself shrinking beforo a chance observer, tho prospect would the possibility of dying absolutely unhavo been deeply suggestive; In the known and forgotten by you. Your woman It stirred many memories. She mother, Agatha Shaw, of blessed memput back her veil; her face glowed; a ory now for many years, was my ward long sigh escaped her lips. Slowly and pupil after tho death of your Bhe walked down the steps, along tho grandfather. I think I may say withsloping path to a turn, where sho sank out undue that few down on a bench. A rosy, tired child, women of their time have enjoyed as , and sound a scheme of education as your rather the worso for hanging reluctantly at the hand of a mother. Sho had a knowledge of nonchalant nurse, brought a bit of mathematics, could construe both In tho woman's emotion to tho surface, Latin and Greek, and had acquired a Sho smiled radiantly at tho lagging fair mastery of tho historic civilizaInfant. tion of tho Greeks, Egyptians and anTho faco revealed by tho uplifted cient Babylonians. While these atveil was of a typo to accompany tho tainments would naturally be Insuffyouthful but womanly figure and tho icient for a man's work In life, yet for spirited tread. Beautiful sho would a woman they were of an exceptional bo counted, without doubt, by many order. an observer; those who loved her "Sufficient to say that in your mothwould call her beautiful without stint. er's character theso noteworthy abiliRut moro appealing than her beauty ties wero supplemented by gracious, was tho fine spirit a Btrong, freo womanly arts; and when sho arrived spirit, loving honesty nnd courage nt maturity, I offered her tho honor which glowed llko a flamo behind her of marriage. beauty. Host of all, perhaps,, was a "It Is painful for me to recall tho touch of qualntncss, a slightly comic scene and tho consequences of your twist to her lips, an Imperceptible mother's refusal of my hand, oven alertness of manner, which revealed after tho.se years of philosophical reto the Initiated that sho had a sense flection. U wero Idlo for a man of of humor In excellent running order. parts to allow a mere preference In , It was evident that tho little excur- regard to his domestic situation to sion was of tho naturo of a pilgrimage. Influence his course of action In any Tho idle hour, tho bit of holiday, be- essential manner, and I have never came a memorial, as recollection permitted my career to bo shaped by brought back to hor tho days of child- bucIi details. But from that tlmo, hood spent down yonder, a few squares however, the course of my llfo was away, In thla very city. They seemed changed. From tho Impassioned orabright In retrospect, llko tho pleasant tor and preacher I was transformed paths of a quiet garden, but they had into tho man of books and the study, ended abruptly, and had been followed and since then I havo lived far from by years of activity and colorful expe- tho larger concourses of men. My rience In another country. Through It weekly sermon, for twenty years, has all what anticipations had boon lodged been the essence of my weekly toll in Something establishing the authenticity, first, of In her return to Homo! thero would complete the story tho the entire second gospel, and second, story with Its secret ecstasies and as- of the ten doubtful verses in the fifpirations the story of tho ardent teenth chapter. My work is now acsprings of youth. complished for all time, I bellove. "From the inception of what I conWithdrawing her gaze from the scene below, though with apparent re- sidered my llfo mission,! mado tho to bequeath to Agatha Shaw luctance, she took from tho pocket of her coat an opened envelopo which whatever manuscripts or other mate, rial of valuo my work should lead ma she regarded a moment with beforo drawing forth tho en- to accumulate, together with this closures. Thero were two letters, one house, In which I have spent all the of which was brief and written in bad later years of my life. You tre Aga script on a single sheet of .paper bear- tha Shaw's only child, therefore to . ing a legal head. It was dated at me a "Another reason, four years ago, led Charlesport, Maine, and stated that tho wrlter.jln conformity with the last me to confirm my former testament.' wish of his friend and c tent, Hercu- From time to time I have informed les Thayer, was ready to transfer cer- mysolf concerning your movements tain deeds and papers to the late Mr. and fortunes. The work you have Thayer's designated heir, Agatha chosen. any dear Agatha. I can hut he- well-poise- Boon." ueamond; also tnat the writer requested an lntervlow at MIbs Redmond's earliest convenience. sheets In Holding tho her hand, tho lady closed her oyes and sat motionless, as If In the grasp of an absorbing thought With tho disappearing child, tho signs of llfo on the hillside had diminished. Tho traffic of tho street passed far below, of a pedestrian tho sharp now and then sounded above, but no ono passed her way. The hum of tho city mado n blurred wash of sound, llko tho varying yet steady wash of the sea. As sho opened her eyes again, sho saw that tho twilight had Far away, perceptibly deepened. lights began to flash out In the city, as If a million fireflies, by twos and threes and dozens, wero waking to their nocturnnl revelry. On the hill tho light was still good, and the lndy turned ngaln to her reading. Tho other letter was written on single sheets of thin paper In an beautiful hand. "Wherever a double-- occurred, the first was written long, In a stylo of Blxty years ago; and tho whole letter was as easily legible aB print. Across tho top was written: "To Agatha Redmond, daughter of my ward and dear friend, Agatha Shaw Redmond;" and below that, In tho lawyer's choppy handwriting, was a date of nearly a year previous. As Agatha Redmond read the second letter, a smile, half of sadness, half of pleasure, overspread her countenance. It ran as follows: half-opene- d click-clic- k s I n- Bete to be fraught with fers to a young woman, therefore hope that this home, mod est as It Is, may tempt you to an early retire ment from the stage, and lead you to a more private and womanly career. not as This I make only as a condition. I bid you farewell, and give you my blessing. "Faithfully yours, "HERCULES THAYER." Agatha Redmond folded the thin Bhects carefully. There was a mist In her gaze as sho looked off toward tho distant city lights. His wholo "Dear old gentleman , and my mother's too, perhaps!" Her quickened memory recalled childish Impressions of a visit to a largo country houso and of a solemn old man he seemed Incredibly ancient to her and of feeling that In some way sho and her mother wero In a special relationship to tho houso. It was called "tho old red house," and was full of fascinating things. The ancient man had bidden hor go about and play as If It wero her home, nnd then had called her to him and laid open a book, leading her mind to regard Its mysteries. Greek! It seemed i to her as If sho had begun It thero and then. Later tho mother became tho teacher, She was nursed, aB It wero, within sight of the windy plains of Troy nnd to tho sound of Homeric hymns and all by reason of this ancient scholar. There was a vivid picture In her mind, gathered at some later visit, of a soft hillside, a small white church tree, standing: under its nnd herself sitting by a Btone In the old churchyard, listening to tho strains of n hymn which floated out from the high, narrow windows. She remem- bored how from without sho had joined the hymn, singing with an ner small might; and suddenly the association brought back to her a more recent event and a more beautiful strain of music. Half In reverie, half In conscious pleasure In the exercise of a facile organ, she began to sing: I love-storybalm-of-gllead d sign-board- mud-pies- ro-sol- thought-fujnesa- foster-child- The Hambleton tone and city whose the Hambleton Ideas retained their toward the thousand eyes glimmered over the family color, and became, whether lower distance "this panorama of oc-- worthily or not, a part of the Ham- cldental life, makes a peculiar appeal blcton pride. More than one son had to the imaglpatlnn f" lost his health or entire fortune, Tho. spring of emotion, touched po- - which was apt not to be large, In at- tontly as they had been by the surg- - tempts to carry on a country place. Ing recollections of the last "A Hambleton trait!" they chuckled, were faintly stirred again In Miss Red- - with as much satisfaction as they con- mond's heart by tho stranger's gran- - sldered it good form to exhibit In dlloquent words. Unconsciously her Lynn, whero family pride did not features relaxed, though sho did not bring In large returns, this phrase be- roply, came almost synonymous with genteel "Again I pray mademoiselle to par- - foolishness, don mo, bat only a moment past I Tho Van Camp fortune, which came heard tho song tho Bong that mlgnt near but novor actually into tho fanv bo the sigh of all tho daughters of lly, was generally understood to havo Italy. Ah, Mademoiselle, It Is won- - been made in shoes, though Irf reality Dut hero in this so fresh it was drugs. derfull country, this youthful, boisterous, too . "People say 'shoes' tho mlnuto they prosperous country, that song Is llko hear the word Lynn, and I'm tired of like llko Arabian spices In a kltch- - explaining," Mrn. Van Camp put it en. Is it not so?" She was third in lino from tho sue- Miss Redmond was moving up the cessful druggist, nnd could afford, If steps toward tho entrance, hcsltatlrg anybody could, to be supercilious between the desIro to snub her Inter-- toward trade. Butsho wasn't, oven locutor and to avoid tho appearance after twenty years of Bomowhat rest- Tho nan, meanwhile, less submission to tho Hambleton of fright. moved easily beside her, courteously yoko. And It was sho who, during distant, discourteously insistent In her last visit to tho family strong- his prattle. But tho motorcar was hold, help up beforo the young James now not far away. tho advantages of a commercial career. "You'ro a nlco boy, Jimsy, ana I The Btranger looked appeallngly at her, seemingly suro of a humorous an- s It nt bco you turned nto a poor swerlng look to his pleasantry. enough yielded rr. You'ro not not wholly denied. She ng a to a touch of amusement with a cool to bo a good one. As for be Go Into business, dear steps. Tho Wor, well-- no. and hastened her you 11 man kept pace without effort Luck- - boy, something substantial, and your stars, lly. the car stood only a few feet away, 'ivo to thank Jimsy received this advice at tho with Renaud. or rather Hand, at the curb, holding open the door. A vaguo me with small enthusiasm, and.a was a credit and a lifting of the hat, and ap- - Brvatlon of criticism that parently the stranger went the other to his manners, at least But tho way. Sho felt a foolish relief, and at time came when ho leaned on It. Her own child however. Mrs. Van tho same Instant noted with surprise cover of her car had been Camp encouraged to a profession from that tho tho first "Aleck Isn't smart enough ralB0d business, but he may do some- "Why did you raise the top?" Mademoiselle, thing as a student," was Mrs. Van "It appeared to mo, Camp's somewhat trying explanation, that it was likely to rain." stu- again. It will not and Aleck did do something as a any my burden of "Put It down "Frco of my pain, free of dent Extremely Impatient with sorrow, raln," Miss Redmond was saying, de- At last I shall see theo " when, from sidelong eyes, she saw exhibition of laziness, tho mother b manded a good accounting of her son The song floated In a zone of si- that tho stranger had not turned in time. Aleck and Jim who were born the other direction, after all. but was lence that lay above the same year, ran more or less city. The voice was no moro almost In her tracks, as though ho in tho side until the end of college side by of a flute, sweet, were stalking game. With foot on than tho They struggled together Jn sports gentle, beguiling. It told, as many the step she said sharply, but in a low and In arguments, "rushed the same songs tell, of little earthly Love in the voice. "To tho Plaza quickly." then girl In turn or simultaneously, and ,im, .. fc..nf grasp of mighty Fate. Still she sang spent their long vacations cruising on, softly, as If loving the entrancing istic practical turn: "But don't get up and down the Malno coast In a yourself arrested for speeding." melody. Onco they made I thirty-foo- t "No. Mademoiselle, with this car Suddenly tho song ceased, and tho a moro ambitious journey all the way v !,, reminiscent smile gave place to an to Yarmouth and the Bay of Fundy In expression of surprise, as the singer replied, Miss Redmond's sharpened a u muB-slbecame conscious of a deeper shadow senses detected a passage of glances But when collego was done, their between him and the stranger, now falling directly in front of her. Sho ways separated. Mrs. Van Camp, In glanced up quickly, and found herself close behind her. faculties, She sprang Into tho tonneau and tho prime of her unusual Hambleton looking Into tho fuce of a man whoso having decorated the gimlet-likgaze was directed upon seized the door, but not before the 'scutcheon like a gay cockade stuck man had caught at It with a stronger herself. airily up Into- the breeze. She had Quickly sho rose, she could not hold, and stepped In close after her. no part nor lot In the family pride turn into the path before the gentle- The chauffeur was In his seat, tho but understood it. Perhaps, better man, hat In hand, with a deep bow and car was moving slowly, now faster- than" the Harnbletons themselves Her clearly enunciated words, arrested her and faster. Suddenly tho bland conn- crime was that she played with It. tenance slid very near hor own. while impulse to flight. biologist wen Aleck, a "Pardon, Mademoiselle, I am a firm hands against her shoulders to the Little Hebrides to work out stranger In, tho city. I was directed crowded her Into tho farther corner his fresh and salad theory concern- this way to Van Cortlandt Hall, but I of thet, tonneau.'tt.-ji- ., K,.f lnc tho nerve system of the clam, v find I am In error, intrigued In conJames third son of John and Edith nrsign.D"Help:helpr fusion. Would mademoiselle be so the of Lynn had his eyes in- - Hambleton she shrieked, but the cry was good as to direct me?" The toneB had a foreign accent. stantly choked Into a feeble protest Thero was something, also, in their A mass of something, pressed to her ?"" of the family situation. It seemed tlori1 bland Impertinence which put Miss mouth and nostrils, incited her to to him that from babyhood he had Sho struggled Redmond on her guard. Ho was a superhuman efforts. plnch- frantlcally. and Bucceeded In getting been nra"Biy,wu"c'u0u" of the "Tn blond person, carefully i. Ing , . -. ! dressed, and at least appeared llko -i. : e a gentleman. were and held him helpless. But only for brothers Miss Redmond looked into the the eldest being scorching process, smooth, neat countenance, upon which a moment Tho firm large hand quick- the family darling and the second a ly overpowered even the Btrength Inno record either of experience or of genius. Nolther one could rationally thought waB engraved, and decided ' duced by frenzy, and In another min- bo expected, "just at present," to fieetlngly that he was lying. Sho ute she was lying unresisting on tho take up tho family accounts and make soft cushions of the tonneau. judged him capable of picking up sauaro up with aven a Tho car careened through tho thn Income street, but thought on the decent y generous outgo And there that moro originality might bo ex- streets, the figure of tho unresoon- were the girls yet to be educated, slve Hand mocked her cries for help, pected of him. m had no Suddenly sho wished that she had the neat hard face of tho stranger WmBolt with to bend over her. Then returned sooner to her car, for though continued f He was inordinate y sho was of an adventurous nature, her everything swam In a maelstrom of uut ihul ul" "ul- ""'F duller and duller sense, thn wnrlrt bravery was not of tho physical order; a career. He had good taste In books and Bho disliked to havo tho appear- - grow darker and fainter, till Anally It and some llttlo skill In music. He anco of unconventlonallty. After tho was lost in Bllonco. was, Indeed, thrall to tho human voice, first mlnuto sho was not so much especially to .tho low volco In woman, CHAPTER II. afraid as annoyed. Her voice becamo and ho was that best of all critics, frigid, though her dignity was somea good listener. His greatest riches, Hambleton of Lynn. In what damaged by tho fact that sho m weii iw lI b "- - nltnitm Inv ," The Harnbletons of Lynn had not bungled In giving tho desired informaviuwu. distinguished themselves, In late gen- - a spirit, ui tion, i no one perceived that eratlons at least, by remarkable deeds, was no genius "I think monsieur will find Van deportment was such Cortlandt Hall in tho Collego grounds though tholr Clara Van So ho remembered two blocks south no, north of tho as to Imply that they could If they Camp's advice, wrote tho whole story would. Thoy frankly regarded themgateway yonder, at tho upper end of Aleck,' and cast about for tho ono selves as tho elect of earth, if not to this walk." successful business chance In the four "Ah, mademoiselle 1b but too kind!" of Heaven, alwayB, however, with a thousand nine hundred and ninety-ninHo bowed deeply ncain. hat in band. becoming modesty. SInco 1C3C tho bad ones a3 tho statistics family had pieced out its existence in "World, tenaciously clinging , nave It. the New . v In nliAna "CrtfYT1. m touuu aciuany 4..UJ habits. It ' to many of Its grit went into the job kept the "b" In the family name, ball muscle and had yPOPULAH Buperlor shoo on Inferior for Instance; It had kept tho name of putting, necessary-- at least on some Itself out of trade, and it had in- - foot, it country llfo at tho IOOt. nil But uuttuuu iu "J "" dulged Its love of manuexpense of moro than one Hambleton ers In the homo branch of a good. facturing house, and made fortune, AVhen he came to fill a position where was onco reported A daughter-in-latry new as saying that it would have been thero was opportunity to inspected ideas, he tried them. He a good thing if somo Hambleton bad got com embarked in trade, since in that case tanneries and stockyards. He poslte measurements of all the feet dethey might have been Baved from voting themselves exclusively to an in all the , women's colleges In the he drilled salesmen illustration of polite poverty. She year and opened a night school for the "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" wab never forgiven, and died without buttonhole-makers- , he made scientific being reconciled to the family. As GREAT Continued Story of tho study of heels, and he Invented an famto the spoiling of the name, the World' Progress which you on the may begin reading at any time, and ily claimed ancestral authority as far aristocratic arch and put it which will hold your interest forever. Fergus the First. Mrs. mark'et. back aa King The family Joked about bis dolnga Van Camp, a relative by marriage a 210 PASES EACH MONTH 8M PICTURES as the harmless experiments of a livewoman considered by the best Harn200 ARTICLES OF KNERAL INTEKST began to bletons as far too frank and worldly-minde- d ly boy, but presently they all they The "Shop Notea" Dsparimant (20 pagee) gives easy ways to do things how to make Informed the family that enjoy his Income. Through It useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. King Fergus was aa much a myth aa were affectionate and kind, with the "Amateur Mechanic" 10 pages) tells how to fondness which s Dido, and innocently brought forth make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, family gives to the members that stateengines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. printed facts to corroborate her useful drudge. John, the ladles Hambleton takes the part f 1.M PER YEAR. SHMLE CflfKS 15 CENTS ment. One ofVan Camp by stating, the pet of theofparents, married, and crushed Mrs. Ask your newsdealer, or is to In a tone of deep personal conviction, had his own eyes opened, it had WMTC FOR rRCS SAMFUt COFY TMAY cap awry. "So much the be supposed. Donald, the genluB, n with her 'lwit arriroil after a do?an years POPULAR MECHANICS CO. worse for Dido I" SIS) W. WMhlnfton St., MUCASS A selleat BtrtwBth twalatad la tha Continued from page 6 half-quiesce- Hoil ""I than ytm tntmmiiy. 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Then ho mado short work with tho family, Experience had taught him that an attack from am bush was most successful. By Martha Bellinger "Look hero, Edith" this was at tho breakfast-tabltho very morning of . his departuro. Edith was sixteen, tho (Oupj right, lull, Tha UobbfMorrlll Uumpanjr) tallest girl In the academy, almost Continued on page 7 ready for collego and reckoned quite ho, at tho stngo where ho was men- n queen in her world "You be good loned now and then in tno mcrary and do my chores for mo while I'm Journals. But Jim stuck to snooa away, and I'll bring you homo a duke. and kept tho family on a fair tldo ol Tako caro of mother's bronchitis, and keep tho houso straight. I'm going on modest prosperity. Once, In tho years of Jim's appren- a cruise." "All right, Jim" Edith could al ticeship to life, thero camo over him that nearly ways bo counted on to catch tho ball fit of "go ahead and havo a bully tlmo proved his ruin. "I can't stand this," ho wrote to and don't drown yourself. I'll drive flrVleck Van Camp; "It's too hard and tho team straight to water, mother idiafand sordid for any man that's and dad and tho whole outfit, trust a soul. It isn't tho grind I mind, mo I" Considering the occasion and the Jthough that Is bar enough; it Is tha ''Commercial Idea that eats Into a correctness of tho sentiments, Jim Oman's innards. He forgets there ar forboro, for once, from making tho 'things that money can't buy, and In dally suggestion that sho chasten her I, Ibis heart ho grows contemptuous ol language. By tho tlmo the family aplanythlng to bo had 'without money peared, Jim had laid out a rigid and without price.' Ho can't help it course of action for MIbs Edith, who h roso to the occasion like a soldier. If ho Is thinking of trade "Mother'll miss you, of course, but of tho time, his mind gets sot that Iway. I'm ready any minuto to Jump Jack and Harold" two of Edith's adItha fence, llko father's old colt up mirers "Jack and Harold can coma around every day stout arm to lean on the farm. I'm not a snob, but recognize now that there was soma upon, that sort of thing. You know treason for all our old Hambleton an- mother can't bo a bit. Jolly without cestors being so finicky about trade. plenty of men about, and since Sue mm. ino pauso ana tno rresn ue "Do you remember how we used to became engaged she really doesn't Llnnlni. rP llrt afflntTCt OndWOlV Aitl -talk, when wo were kiddles, about count The boys will think they are ver,0 Afl "Well, I believe running things, of course, but they II keeping our Ideals? t a8Somblage. h V I'm "bankrupt, Aleck, in my account seo my Iron hand In the velvet 8lov , the zono of sIIcnC0 with Ideals. I don't want to howl, and -y- ou can throw a blue chip on that, And th ; these remarks don't go with anybody -- imuy. "I that lay over the listening people-DorSnoll else, but I can Bay to you, I want them ,hrntm1 fn tl, m(,morv wished each other'sirlngs on Oh, well of tho strings thero roso a llttlo back again," Aleck did as a kiddle should do, brothers don't count" clftlnr nh- Trt TTfitnlilfilnn annt , ,. tobh oa ., ., ' And so, amid the farewells of a ten-- , jwrltlng much advice on long sheets ol h,ph f paper, and illustrating his point? der Protesting family, ho got off alvaniM hlm lnto fo had suddenly w, richly, like a good Scotchman, with uuvuiB r,uuu m .... u..uo, u.ibeen con,pietcd. Hosatup. TIlO Sing her monologues or's lips were slightly parted, and her scientific Instances. A month or two There was a telegram In Now York voice at first was no more than tho later ho contrived to havo work to saying that Aleck Van Camp would half.yo,ce of a flutei sweet, gentle, be- do In Boston, so that he could go out join mm in u.o mw,. inreo uays, Lynn and look up Jimmy's case. Hambleton disliked the club and left gulng Tfc wag borne upwar(1 on tha to Ho oven devised a euro by creating, It, although his first intention had crest of tho melody, fuller and fuller. in his mind, an office in tho biological been to put up thoro. He picked out jas on a flooding tide. .world which was to bo offered to a modest, hot,ol, new to him, "Free of my pain, free of my burden of James on the ground that science for no other reason than that it had At Borrow. last I shall see thee" needed Just his abilities and training. a pretty name, Tho Larue. Then ha There was freedom In the voice, and But when Aleck arrived in Lynn ho began to consider detallB. the sense of space, of wind on tho wafound that Jim, in some fashion or The day after his arrival "was occu- ters, of life and the love of life. other, had found a euro for himself. pied in making arrangements for his fellow. Ho vHewas deeper than ever In the busl- - boat. Ho put Into this matter the .Tlmsy was n never know what happened to him; nts, and yet, in some spiritual sense, same painstaking buoyancy that he uncounted minutes ho hebad found himself. Ho had cap- - had put Into a dull business for but after bo choUlng, wliilo tno or- seemed to ltured his, Ideal again and yoked It to twelve years. Ho changed his plans lloqtP nni1 t1lo nponi0 in boxes and duty which is a great feat. halt a dozen times, and exceeded them nazy After twelve years of ferocious la- wholly in tho size and equpment of fhQ s,nger herself swam ln a calle(1 d,gtance He shook WmsoIf( bor, With no vacations to speak of, tne nmo vessel, ana in " James mind took a turn for the worse. quent expense; but he JustifiedJ186- somebody ho know very woll an Idiot, him and laughed aloud ln his joy; but his Physically he was as sound as a bell, self, as men will, by a dozen good laugh did not matter, for it was though of lath-likthinness; but an reasons. Tho trig little effervescing in his blood lured his turned out to be a respectable yacht, drowned In tho roar of applauso that mind away from the Btudy of lasts and steam, at that. Sho was called the reached tho roof. Jim did not applaud. Ho went outaccounts and Parisian models and Sea Gull. Neat ln the beam, stanch doors to think about It; and after a sent It careering, like Satan, up and ln tho bows, rigged for coasting and down the earth. Romance, which had provided with a decent living outfit, tlmo ho found, to his surprise, that been drugged during the transition she was "good enough for any gentle- - ho could recall not only tho song, but from youth to manhood, awoke and man." In the opinion of the agent who the singer, quite distinctly. It waB a coaxed for Its rights, and whlspored rented her. Jim was ha)f ashamed at laI1 won,anly flguref and a falr bright temptingly In an ear not yot dulled to giving up the more robust scheme of faCQ tramca nbumiantly with dark h, and Uj0 cast mtlo hurnorou8 .. Lf its voice. lit Freedom, open spaces, sailing nis own I. yhu Al nl hn twlt(jh to her Hps An )Cr namo waa ..wn.i uu uoai. n.I laughter, the fresh sweep of the wind, some vague and expansive Bplrjt the high buccaneering piracy of llfo moved him to see, as he said. Agtha Redmond. B,1C can s,ng. but lt 0f and Joy these things beglamoured "what it would be llko to go as far and ,sn,t courBOi ,,ko hav,ng UlQ rea, thlnK.tIgn.t his senses. While they as fast as we please. Ba,d JlnJ8y ungratefuiiy and u So one day ho locked his desk with wero about it. they would dall on soma a Just fro hab,t a final click. Tho business was in cousins at Bar Harbor and get good ThQ day.fl eXperenco meA his good shape. It is but Justice to say fun out of it. 'thoughts and quieted his restlessness. that if it had not been, Romance had Tho idea of his holiday grow as ho Ho awaItod Aeck wIth cntlro pa. dangled her luring wisp o' light In played with It. As his spin took on t,enco jronday morning ho spent ln vain. Several of his new schemes had a more complicated character, nla i111EinoBa nffnim n. worked out well, his subordinates zest rose. He went forth on Sunday curing, among other things, several "were of one mind with him, trade was feeling as If some vital change was put ln his flourishing. Ho felt ho could afford Impending. His little cruise loomed hundred dollars, which ho money-belAbout the middle of tho a little spin. Hf up large, important, epochal. afternoon he left his hotel, engaged Jlmsy's radiating fancies focussed taxtcab and started for Riverside. and thought, with laughed at himself Tho late summer day was fine, with hlB customary optimism, that a vacation was worth waiting twelve years tho afternoon hazo settling over river OTeH The Kidneys Are for, if waiting endowed it with such and town. He watched tho procession a flavor. Jim knew that Aleck would of carriages, the horseback riders, tho relish the spin, too. Aleck's nature peoplo afoot, tho children playing on Weakened by was that of a grind tempered with the grass, with a feeling of comradeUahcalthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. sportlness. Jim sat down Sunday ship. Was ho not also tasting freemorning and wrote out tho whole pro- dom n lord of the earth? His gaze Weak and unhealthy kidneys are reendorsement, sent traveled out to tho river, with tho sponsible for much sickness andsuffering, gram for Aleck's delivery and went glimmer here and thoro of a the letter by special ' a llttlo steamer, or tho white sail of trouble is permitted to out to reconnolter. continue, serious re Tho era of Sunday orchestral con- a pleasure craft. The blood of somo sults are most likely certs bad beRunxbm that day, to Jlm'B seagoing ancestqr stirred in hla veins, to follow. Your other regret, the slnger'was-no- t a contralto. and ho thrilled at the thought of the organs may need at "Dramatic Soprano" was on the pro- days to come when hlB prow should tention. but your kid to be headed offshore. neys most, because-- gram; a new namo, .quite unknown The taxlcab had Its limitations, and His interest ln the soloist Jim. they do most and should have attention waned, but the orchestra was enough. Hambleton suddenly became impafirst. Therefore, when He thanked Heaven that he was past tient of Its monotonous slithering kidneys are weak or out of order, the primitive stage of thinking any along the firm road. Telling the drivyur you can unuersianu now quicsiy your single voice more Interesting than the er to follow him, he descended and body is affected and how every organ assemblage of Instrument known as crossed to where Cathedral Parkway c.mii in fall to do its dutv. switches off. He walked briskly, feol If you are sick or " feel badly," begin orchestra. Hambleton found a place in the dim Ing the tonlo of the sea air, and circled taking the great kidney remedy, JJr, vaBtness of the hall, and sank into his the cathedral, 'where workmen were A trial will KHnier'8 Swamp-Rooseat in a mood of vivid anticipation. lounging away after their day's toll. you of its, great merit. The mild and immediate effect of The instruments twanged, tho audi- The unfinished edifice loomed up like SwMiB-Roo- t. the ereat kidney and ence gathered, and at last the music a giant skeleton of some prehistoric bladder remedy, ia soon realized. It began. Its first effect was to rouse era, and through its mighty open stands the highest because its remarkable to a sharp attention to d- arches and buttresses Jim saw fleecy health restoring properties have been Hambleton director, the people In tho clouds scudding across the western etailsthe of the most boxes; sky. A stone saint, muffled ln burlajp, Kyen in thousands If you need a medicine you orchestra, the people ln the thinking had Just ben swung up Into his and then he settled down, ahould have the best. Sold by druggists in his thoughts. Tha past, the future, windy niche, but had not yet discardand iity-celife and its moaning, love and Us ed his robes of the world. Hamblo You may I yy!!i?y?Tjjil power, tho long, long thoughts of ton was regarding tho shapeless figsizes. have a sample bottle youth and ambition and desire came ure with mild interest, wondering by mail free, also a flocking to hlB brain. Tho noblo con- which saint of the calendar could Iqok p pamphlet telling you so grotesque, when a sound drew bis to find out u you have kidney or fluence of sound that is music worked attention sharply to earth, It was a his adder trouble. Mention this paper upon him Its immemorial miracle; was sound, & Co., softened, his .hen writingN.tov. Dr. Kilmer any mis- heartspirit 'stirred. imagination glowed, small strango but thero It was somestartabout It. was lost to thing Tlmo Biugbamtou, uon't maicc Ills ling as a flash ln a summer sky. take, but remember the name, Swamp hm and oaKth. Besides the workmen, thoro waa no Root, M don't l;t a tkater sell you Tho orchestra cca&ed, but Hambleif something i place of Swamp-Roton did not heed tho commotion about living tblnsr In stent nn Uie nlllsld j., i do you will b disappointed, !fThe Stolen Singer Are You A woman 0 Buy Land and Make Money uuv easiest way to make money is to buy land in Hreokcnridge comity. Western land Im-- j hud it- - dny. Old Kentucky is tho ideal spot in nil tins country for climate, for good crops, for good living, o j - Cardui ! The Woman's Tonic I el 1 for good peoplo, and good, long life. Breckinridge county 1ms bettor and cheaper facilities for reaching the markets two railroads and tho Ohio river. Tho people are prosperous and land is cheap. Now L'lntf has advanced from 25 to 50, per cent in is your time to buy. the last ten years. In another ton yours, land will leap another 50 per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap. Clip out this entire advertisement, check the numbers tint interest you, write your name and a Llress and wo will keep you in touch with our bargains. Wanted Small Farms Wo havo a number ufinq lines fur small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If 3011 have a small farm well unproved, good lovel land, list it with us and we wnl do tho reit. No. 163 Boul-slckne- gt I nlne-tent- 1 Acres. 3 mtles from It vitiRtuii.un rural route Oood framo dwelling; o routut and veramli; rooU burn 30oui house: 1J7 acres under uluw; 100 notes crass; 5 acres ln timber; well watered. eUiern una ponds. 3d to L0 buslivU corn and pounds tobacco to acre. Hood clover laud lays wavy lu one. oC the to level location Ideal and Trice best uelKhborhooas In the county. 31,200: 4,c.i9li Terms on o.itnuce 300 ncres 3 miles from railroad, near Sample; one mile from school house. acres; woll Nn 3 Oood Stockdwelling;155stock barn. improved wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, at.d Grows miles from Irvlmuon, on rural K'oss. 1 routo. This land Is a llttlo rolling' but docs not wash. Price rhjht. Jno. I). Itabbaie, Cloverport. ICy. Heauttftilly mile from Nn A iiHvetown. located onopractically 100 acres all level land, uulmproveu; Rood 'encliiR. Ideal spot for dairy farm. Price reasonable. Write Jnp. I) HAbbago, Cloverport, K'y. I. A Fine Home Farm l)l ,0 acres In pasture. 60 In timber: dwelling, goou barn and well o waieieu; land. Price Jl, WW. (Ivo-roo- m s; iimu-siun- dwulllng;2 barns tenant houses; good lovel land grows corn, tobacco, wheat and gras. Prlcu J,750, Id ind near this sold recently fo $10 tho acre lnshurg;7-room Mn SOtCS and xyj 150 Acres 2 two miles from Hard-1,- u' No. 2 I1"' located; ISIn MV,i ISJn I 3 t -uercs, good and lovel land. good barn; all land cleared, well miles from Irvlngton. Price 13,300 '- nv. j I 9 --w acres lying In a valloy; & room dwolllngand hall; Stunnnt , houses, largo tobacco barn; 2K miles South of Kirk. H mile from (cuool.Avell watered, S springs near barn; on Kurul Route. acres 1 mile Kast of (Jlon Dean; good, strong lliuo stone, soil, watered by wells and springs, on good county road, near good school and churches. wow tooacco nam cot il,W, 3 stock barns. (K)d tenant huuses. line iMnrnr unil irriisa and. Price $0,100. Nn I "? 1J5 GUARDS W00DR0W WILSON yHii'-flNN." '' I ;3-'- BP rw 'vV I othy ,.., v - 'I lW acres located acres v tock county; l!0 near Uukes.Han-i- i. under plow acres timber ; well w utered ; plenty of fruit; U room dwelling; barn 40x(X); 40 acres level, rest rolling, Uaod lima for tabacco. corn. wneat ana clover. It Is a bargain at II, 800. jjQOcasli, balance easy payments No. 6 125 acres 1 mile South of Ilockvale.good level land. 4 rnnm ilwr.lllnitenant house and necessary outbuildings, school house and church ln 3J0 yards. Price 3UG0 cash. from dm oil. Jn 7 "I acres. 3 miles rooms Kirk, porch, ll? 1V4 htory 0 an" good well, small tenant house, good barn and i lid stabk. kihiiI orch ird 100 acres In ono No. 8 Two tracts the other; 1'JI imnw and 124 acres In l,,. cated 3 iiillo from llardlusburg; loo acres 3 miles Irom Harncd; M mllo of Kings wood Mr 78 A 135 acres located 1 mllo north of MeQuady. Prlcee.',OiX). H cash balanco ln yearly payments. acres 4H miles from Hardlns-i-- j. I burg, county seat: woll Improved; one of tho best farms ln the county. Prlca Mn ITU. t It j $4,000. IMn mj ,r'9 Acres near Huras, Dwelling; f barn 20ji20; Jog stable. 20 acres level, rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid with clay; woll watered Price $050. Improved land, ono Nn t P0 acres wellMeQuady; all lovel, MU' mllo from good shape. Excellent neighborhood. Kino tobacco and corn land: well watered. Prlco ( 7 ' 2.500. college. n l,u' O '50 acres; located on Koute, 1 mllo east of Lodlburg; Nn u MAcres.one mllo from Warned: plenty j, vj. IS wun improved;and of good mater; stock barns Henderson oiling, -- 2 dw $4,750. and tenant house. SOUW SiixIS. Two-stor- y Prlco up-tow- n 14u acres, a miles trom Ouston. f wnll 3 mtlciN frnin Irvltit-t.m- i witercd: lavs well: tood vounir orchard :eood timber ;on rural routo; school house few yards fro t) house: Improvements; good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two gooa birns; btrnand tenent homo and cistern back lu the Held; me it and hen house; wood shed; will sell on easy payments; plenty otsua.il I fruit. Further particulars ai'iress Ino I). Ilahbage, Cloverport, Ky. $3,300 ,,or 60 acres four mllesjwostof Qlendeano, 3 miles from branch railroad; till fresh land; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acres ln grass; will produce tho best corn, wheat and tobacco lu nelghlorhood; plenty lasting water, woll r.t door of dwelling; log dwelling, Z rooms and side room good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house. Pienty of good timber for farm purpo&mi good land to clear. Price JJ.000 H cash. R9 (inn 4J,UUU soft-hearte- d H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. I'honc 18. DENTIST Kentucky e Residence Sliellman House sail-bo- VPAbbB1 r Hardinsburg, ::: Office Richard Jprvls, better known as Dick," Is the secret service operative who Is now guarding Woodrow Wilson, tho president-elect- . except swinging slowly up the avenue at that moment, and a covered motorcar getting up speed a square away. Even as the car approached, Hambleton decided niB Over Farmers Bank o. 1 Ask' the Farmer Who Has One own taxicaD. .,,, t. (toer-Wo- rk. tug-boa- t, RISkM that tho strango sound had proceed-'from Its ambushed tonneau; and It was, surely, a human volco of distress. Ho stepped forward to the curb. The car was upon him, then lumbered heavily and swiftly past. But on the 'nstant of Its passing there appeared, beneath tho lifted curtain and quite nenr his own face, tho face of tho singer of yesterday; and from palo, agonized lips, as If with dying breath, she cried, "Help, help!" Hambleton knew her Instantly, although the dark abundance of her hair was almost lost beneath hat and flowing veil, and tho bright, humorous expression was blotted out by fear. Ho stood for a moment rooted to the curb, watching the dark mass of the car as it swaved down the hill. Then he beckoned Bharply to hla driver, met the taxlcab half way. and pointed to the disappearing machine. "Quick! Can you overtake it?" "I'd like nothing better than to run down one o' them Dook machines!" said the driver. d whnt wonders tho Cumberland Telephono works for him. Jlo will reply: 4 Protects tho homo 1 Sells my products ' 5 Helps tho housewife 2 Gets tho best prices G Increases profits 3 Brings supplies , 7 Pays for itsolf over and ovor Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be interested and send today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. (Incorporated.) Better Subscribe for The News Right Now Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Jeff Hambleton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, C. E. Keith, Elizabethtown S 5.00 25.00 5.00 cu-ti- re To be continued Can't look well, eat well, or feel well with impure blood. Keep the blood pure with Burdock lllood Hitters. Eat simply, take exercise, keep clean, and good health is pretty sure! to follow. $1.00 a bottle. Advertisement. BIO t. con--vinc- For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This ongino is in good condition; has boon run'about i years and is a bargain to anyone needing stationary ongino. lias all necessary pipes, gasoline tankwhich holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gas.olinopunip nnd a natural gas attachment. Honson forsolling entirely too largo for my purpose For further information call on or address DEMAND FOR BRICKS. ut one-doll- ar nowia-wr-i'-U- ot Whltosburg, Ky, Tho brick plant ol the Consolidation Coal company, at McRoberU, the now Industrial city on Wrights Fork, ha3 Increased its out put to 50,000 bricks a, day, and is still barely nblo to supply tho vast building operations in tho now city. A Y, M. 0. A. building is woll under way, a largo Btoro building will soon bo completed, while hundreds of dwell Passenger and itiRfl are fiolug up. 'relght servlco over tho Lexington & Castorn will begin November 23. Jno. D. Babbage :: Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Teltfhene No. 46. a ' r --- nm Grand Op ening Sale, Dec. To be Held by the Kitchen Set Free' Besides making special atovo prices during- this sale, wo will givo nn kitchen sot, absolutely frco with each Jewel etovo or range sold. The kitchen set is valued at $3.45 whon sold at retail. Every piece in the ontiro set is guaranteed for a term of years. Tho sot won't cost you a cent if you buy a Jewel Stove during this special stove sale. - 6 and 7, 1912 Demonstration of the Famous Detroit Jewel Stoves IrvmgtonHardware&ImplementCo. in their new store building which is being filled up with a new and complete line of Hardware, Queensware, Enamelware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, Ranges, Heating and Cooking Stoves; also at this time we will offer a complete line of Christmas and Holiday Goods. ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE In Making This Announcement Pledging ourselves to give you the very best service possible. building and our facilities for serving you are the best that can be had and we are at your service at all HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. of this Opening Sale, we wish to thank our many friends and customers for their liberal patronage in the past and earnestly solicit a continuance of same. Beautiful Souvenir for the La- We are now moving into our new and times.-lRVINQ- TON up-to-da- te dies who visit our store during this Demonstration Sale. Miss May Wadliugton spent Thanksgiving holidays in Louisville as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Brock. Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Hardaway are at home after a visit to Hon. and Mrs. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean. Mrs. Nora Hoard spent Thanksgiving in Hardinsburg with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beard. Hon. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was shanking hands with his numerous friends here Wednesday. James Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ashcraft, of Brandenburg, spent Thurt-di- y visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks. Mrs. Charles Chamberlain spent Sat Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville attending urday in Louisville. the Southern Educational Association Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Piggott and Mas and the Child Welfare Conference. ter Geo. Piggott spent Thursday in Miss Anj,ie Gibson has returned from Louisville with Miss Eliza MacLeau Louisville where she spent Thanksgiv Piggott, all returning home Thursday ing as the guest of Miss Beulah Mudd. evening. Haynes Trent was in Louisville MonMrs. S. P. Parks spent Saturday in day. Louisville. Mrs. Luther Wilson and childrm Miss Hattie Harbison, of Louisville, and Miss Mary ISmma Alexander spent spent Thanksgiving at Lewisport. Thanksgiving here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander. "My child was burned terribly about Misses Nelle Kathleen Smith, Helen the fuce, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Mar Board, Mr. and Mrs. R B. Mc- Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The pain censed, Glothlan were guests of Mr. and Mr?. nii'l the cbtld "auk into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg, Jas S. Younger for a Thanksgiving house party which they entertained at N. Y. Advert semeut. their home in West Point . The citizens of this section are looking forward to the Farm School to be held here December 10, 11 and 12, as an event from which much benefit shall be derived. We are expecting to see the school chapel filled at every session Farmers, bring your problems, have them solved, have your soil tested and learn what crops are best suited to each special kind of soil. Miss Alta Sinclair was in Louisville Thursday. Mrs. Mary Netherton, Misses Maggie and Claudia Bandy and Mr. Poin Galloway were in Louisville Thursday to attend the marriage of Miss Claudia Bandy to Mr. Hirschel Kirk, of Mr. and Mrs. John Meador, of Basin Springs, came Saturday to be the guests of her parents, John Weather-for- d and' family. THE OLD RELIABLE Tom writing. SmU.li is critically ill at this BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 ' her father, Jas. Tucker. Bessie B. Weatherford spent a few days in Garfield last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott were in Hardinsburg Thursday. Miss May Pile, after spending a week at Constantine, returned home Saturday. Cyrus and James Moorman were in Hardinsburg Saturday. Bruce Moorman spent Sunday near Garfield as the guest of Miss Mary Lee Gregory. Albert Tucker and wife, of Mook, were in our town Sunday. Bro. C. L. Bruington was in Irving-to- n Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott spent Sun day with Sam Tucker and family. Mr and Mrs. Joe McCrume-- . spent Sunday near Ephesus as the guests of W. T Macy. Sunday School was organized at the Mrs. Kelly Watts and children, Millard B. and Lila H., will leave soon for Owensboro to spend some time with U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An 40 YEARS Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits new Methodist church Sunday with There Milt Davis as superintendent. was a large crowd out. M. L. Dyer, of Hardinsburg, was out and gave some interesting talks on Sunday Schools. Let everybody come. If you are troubled wih chronic constipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chauibe Iain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. For sale by all dealers. Advertisement. WANTED! WANTED! A man with force enough to cultivate 14 acres of tobacco and a good corn crop; work every day not in crop. No bettor land in the county. Also farm for rent within 300 yards of 'now college. Good house, good barn, ;ood land, tine chanco to run Notice. Notice is hereby given that I have this day set over and transferred to James M. Lewis all of my interest in the firm of Gregory & Co., including all material, machinery, unpaid accounts of the firm, notes, bills and property of every description belonging to and connected with said firm of Gregory & Co. This 20th day of November, Elisa Gregory. I9I2. , Sensational Offer! Four Nice Farms. All Conveniences Commissioner's Sales Bink of Ilardiiisb'urg Guard.,- Plaintiff. - boarding house. Money rent. I BOX 204, : : Hardinsburg, Ky. ) $3 fillr v m me Louisville Evening Post and Brtckenridge News one year $3.50. J. M. Cox Gets $30,000 Your Photograph as a gift remembrance to your friends and relatives will give more Veal pleasure to them and less trouble and oxponpo to you than a moro costly gift they cannot use. for 407 Acres Near Sonora Co., S. 17, W. 224 poles to a chestnut; thence as follows: Beginning at two poplars; Elizabethtown, Ky., Nov. 27. J. M. W. 18 poles;thence S. 81, V. 18 poles to thence N. 70, W. 127 poles to a dogwood Cox has sold his fine farm of 407 acres, Against and gum in the old line; thence with the beginning. Containing 188 acres. said line S. 69, IJ. 127 poles to a dog- near Sonora, this county, 10 J. W. Duniul Shuumu ami I'mucis Sheeran, of Ekron, for 530.000. Mr. Cox Tract No. 2. DufuudnuOi. wood and two hickories; thence S. 18, bought the farm several years ago for Beginning at a stone in Coomes' line W. ltquity No. 3473. 130 poles lo the beginning. Contain$1(5,000 and spent 14,000 improving it. running thence S. 67, li, 190 poles to ing 100 acres. This is the same laud By virtue of a Judgment ami Order of two poplar stumps; thence S. 21, V. 70 deeded to Dennis Sheeran by I. IJ. Sale of llrocktnridgo Circuit Court, ren- poles; thence N. 67, W. 120 polus; thence Louisville Evening Post dered at Oatolmrtutm thereof, 1912, in S. 20, W. 180 poles to a black oak by Macy and Margarett A. Macy, his wife, and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. the aboe cause, for the sale of the here- the public road; thence N. 871(1, W. 37 on October 15, 1894, and recorded in Brecken-ridg- e inafter dicribed real estate, and vall polos; thence N. 28, W. 46 poles; thence Deed Hook 47, page 92, in the County Clerk's office. costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for Iv. 18 poles to a chestnut tree; theuce'N. Notice. sale at the Court House dopr in Har- 17, K. 224 poles to the beginning. ConSaid four tracts or parcels of land are Notice is hereby given that I have dinsburg, to tho highest bidder; at Pub taining 160 acres more or less, parts of the Nicholas Sheeran farm, dithis day assumed control and taken ov he Auction, on Monday, the 23d day of vided by orders of court. The four tracts er all the business of Gregory & Co., December, I9I2, at one o'clock p. in., or will first be sold separately and then all T'act No. 3. including mill, machinery, and all ma- thereabout (buing County Court day), llcgiuuiug at a stake in I'ompey's line together; the ale standing as made in terlal.connected therewith and all notes, upon a credit of six, twulve nnd eight- running thence N. 20, 1$. 150 poles; the manner which brings the most bills and accounts, all the property pereen mouths, the following described tlience b. 70, 1$. 49 poles to a forked money. For descriptions of the original taining to the business of Gregory & Co., property, walnut; thence S. 17, W. 30 iwles to a tract and sources of title, reference is and in the future the same will be constone; thence S. 80, J J. 57 poles to a made to the original deeds filed with the ducted by me, and under my supervisTract No I.. hickory; tlience N. 21, 1?. 46 poles: petition. ion and direction. This 26th day of A curtain tract or parcol of land lying thence S. 68, IJ. 11 poles: thence S. 4. The purchaser, with approved surety November, 1012. and being in llreckcuridge county, Ky., W. poles to the public road; thence or securities, must execute bond, bear5 and near Kingswood College, described Jas. M. Lewis. as follows: Beginning at a white oak 011 with the same b. 66, V. 4 poles; S. 39, ing legal interest from the day of sale Tuell's Creek, running thence N. 28, W. V. 10 poles; S. 20, 20 poles: S. 28. until paid, and having the force mid efHome Wedding Today. 42 polos; thence N. 1, Iv. 14 polos; W. 26 poles; S. 20, W. 20 poles; S. 6, 1. fect of n judgment, Lein retained to N. 40, IJ. 17 poles; thence N. 20, 28 polos; b. 19. W. 24 Poles; S. 58. W. thence The marriage of Miss EuniceBeatrice secure payment of purchase money. V. 14 iole; thence X. '66, V. 12 poles polus; N. 69, W, 212 poles to the begin- IlidJers will be prepared to comply, Simmons to Henry Lewis Kendall will to a stone 011 a branch; thence N. 33,i, ning. Containing 217 acres more or less. take place in Irvington this afternoon promptly with these terms, 126 jmjIob; thence N. 98 poles to Cooiuoti' at four o'clock at home. The bride corner; thence with his line S. 67, It. USB WALLS, Tract No. 4, elect Is the daughter of Mr. M, S. J. 196 poles to a stone in said line; thence ' Fourth tract bounded and described' Commissioner 1). C, C. Simmons. & Trust Kul-kerso- n, Brabandt, Photographer is prepared to give you tho latest styles G, 7 $3.50 Will bo at Hardinsburg, Deo. 5, - HOLIDAY PRESENTS! Come to see us or sond for our lurgo now catalogue, showing tho latest stylos in 1 to-w- it: Bracelets, Watch ejs,Jtings, Diamonds, Jewelery Novelties of all kinds at popular prices. Select your goods now while tho display is complete. G, M. WISEMAN u & SGN I 130 W. Market St. I'lrst and Second Loulsvllli, Ky. Try a News Want Ad. Now E23