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The Breckenridge news: June 7, 1916 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 brc1916060701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 7, 1916 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS VOL. XL HELD THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 49 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916. BAPTISTS ASK FOR UP AT OF REVOLVER Condensed Statement of NEW DEPOT FINISHED POINT Heber Hicks, of Cynthiana. Held Want Better Protection For Speakers and Press. Also Up and Relieved of $20 and Want District of Columbia a Watch By White Man and Negro. Monday Bight, about 11 o The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburtr, Kentucky At the Close of Business June 1st. 1916. MR. BEHEN MOVES IN The Arid. 'clock. 1 Freight Oepot of the Henderson Route at This Place Finished. Built of Concrets Blocks. Heber Hicks, mhi of Jacob 1i e k -- . who is selling; cultivators to the farmers throughout t h i county, was held up at flic point of a revolver at the mouth of the alley on Oak street b, 'tween High and Railroad streets, by a white man who Mr. Hicks said wore a mak, and a negro, and relieved of $20 in money and a watch. Mr. Hicks was on his way to the Cloverport Hotel, after calling on a young lady in the southern part of the city, and as he came to the alley just above the home of Wm. Smart, the robbers step ped out and shoved the gun into Mr. Hicks' face and demanded his money. The white man oave the revolver to the negro and told him to keep it on Mr. Hicks, and then he proceeded to ritle the pockets of the young man who was too badly frightened to make an outcry. Mr. Hicks did not report the hold-uuntil the next morning, and it is very doubtful if the robbers will be apprehended, as Mr. Hicks says he does not know the number of the watch. p The Southern baptist Convention at shcville, X. C , its final session at adopted resolutions asking for the pas sage of a national prohibition law; that the I district of Columbia he made prohibition territory, anil requiring better police protection for public speakers. In the course of the debate speakers denounced the bill pending in Congress to make the Postmaster General the censor of the denominational and secular press." by giving him authority to refuse the use of mails to publications attacking religions. The prohibition resolution came itp under the head of the report of the Committee on Prohibition and Social Reform, and its adoption put Southern baptists on record as "unalterably opposed to the liquor traliic, gambling dens, dens of vice, child labor and the sweatshop. Among other resolutions adopted was the thanking the local newspapers and other organizations which contributed to the success of the meeting. The next convention will meet in New Orleans. e RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $392,871.44 4,783.25 Overdrafts Cash on flam! and in Other Banks 76,180.34 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Laid in Surplus and Undivided Profits Deposits ... $ 50,(100.0(1 45,188.73 384.30.V15 Banking Mouse. Furniture and Fixtures, charged off. Farm Lands $479,491.78 5,437.13 219.62 Other Assets $479,491.78 Respectfully, PAUL COMPTON, Cashier. OFFICERS M. D. Heard, President. Paul ComptOI), C ashier. M. B. Kincheloe, Assistant Cashier, Tiic new height depot of the Henderaon Route in thi. cltj is finished and occupied iv the agent, Hoi ioui Behen. Mr. lichen is Verv prood of his new bone It is a handsome building. belli Oltt nf concrete block furnished be L Powem, of llawe-villIt is a neat, m baton tial beilding, Br and rat proof and i of the pe that Mi. Hudson has bed buiil hi (ill ii Dean and . These baildingl will .stand M a BOOumeal to Mr. Hudson for all time. Thev are iiiaint. neat mid lubwtontial and pleasing to the eve. Another beauty about these building! i. that they are a home product, built be home peo ple and out of home material. Mr. Hudson is a greet stickler for home products and never uses any other kind when he can jret theiu e;e-nie. t Kurds-ville- His First Visit. (ieo. K. Hess, manaoer of the Trust Department of the Hunk Trust Co., moof BaidiMbarg tored over lust week with Col. Irtiirli; Merc 'i' to tiike a look at our town. He wits favorably impressed and said: "'You have a mighty nice town and a good Mr. one. " Two Aged Citizens ) on his road. MR. JOHN COX Dies at His Home Near Irving-toMonday Survived by His Wife and Eight Children. n (ieo. F. Hess, Manager Trust Dep't. DIRECTORS C. V. Robertson. M. D. Heard. P. 1. James Sanders Hurt When Wagon Overturns. .lames Sanders was hurt very badly Monday nisrht when he was returning from Skillman with the oil wagon. A short distance above Haffalo allow the wagon overturned and rolled down the embankment, pinioning Mr. San dei s beneath the wagon He was considerably bruised and one leg was broken. He was removed to the home of Mr. West, nearby, where medical attention was given him. The accident occurred about 7 o'clock. V Dr. A. M. Kincheloe. III. Mr. and Mrs. Irvinnton (Spetia!. John Cox, two aged people of this community, are quite lit. Mr. Cox has been ill for the past six months They Mrs. Cox was taken ill Sunday are both highly respected citizens. Much apprehension is felt for them. THREE DEATHS IN THREE In MONTHS To Ship Cattle July 1. The three car loads of cattle purchased by W. C. Pate in this vicinity recently, were not shipped to Heard Miss Annie ltrown, of Coustautinc. llros. last week as we stated in The died at her home latitat tow n January II, Bieckenridge News, but will be shipHer mother, Mrs 1916. of appendicitis ped about July L John brown, died the following month, February 4, ami on March 3, her father, Mr, John Brown, died of lagripps Mr ami Mrs. BfOwa were both eighty years of age, ami had lived in lirei THE DRUG STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY county for some time. The following Children survive: Mrs. Salhe Cain, Mrs. Victoria Spencer, Mrs Henry Matthews, 1) II lirown. I. I. A "complete" drug stole In these modern tlnii's curries thousands of separate lirown and Thos. 1'. brown. itms. W have everything My Urun store ordinarily sells, and many specialties not All three of the bodies were buried in usually found In every drug store. There Is, therefore, less liability to disappoint the Loaf, I.ick cemetery near Constan-tinemem If you look for what you want here Kihst. the Brown Family at Con stantine Mr. and Mrs. Brown Were Eighty Years of Age. Hardinsburg Pharmacy Irvington Pharmacy keu-ridg- The Completeness of Our Stock Ws . Sell Everything any Drug Store has, and Deliver Anything, Anywhere, Anytime When You Want Tea lor Ice Tea You want only the best. We 4 , Painful Accident. Beats You will make no mistake by using our Tea. PATHFINDER are Agents lor the Celebrated COFFEE. It's the Coffee that Them all, costs no more and Is much Better. J. M. Kitch, foreman of the wood shop at tlie L H. & St L. K'y. shop, here, happened to a painful accident Saturday when he cut one of his lingers on Dr. E. C. his left hand on a McDonald dressed the wound. rip-sa- Democratic National Con- vention St. Louis, Mo. o for the round trip from Clover-por- t to St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale June lb, II, l and ii, limited to lO return June 25. Monument Unveiled. at the Macedonia church in lireckcnrnlgc county was a Kour or beauti ful memorial service. Banizations took part in the service They vers: and matched together. The unvailing Willie Simmons ' lht' monument of aS"' Family d Dr. Use our pure Sweet-Scente- says. Soaps of Masons, Modern Woodmen. Woodman the World and Ladies Kuihts ot Security. Toilet Preparations. KODAK Deal with and KODAK mm KODAK rly on what you buy. Devotion. services were held at the chinch before noon. A bountiful dinner was served on the grounds Immediately after the noou hour the member marched to the graveyard, Appointed Surgeon. where they bold their services, un Dr. Ci K. Lighlfuot has been veiled the mouument, and decorated appointed local surgeon for the the graves ot deceased members. About Ave hundred people were Louisville, Henderson a St. LsWil Railway Co. in thin city. prevent. Irvington, June 5 . ( Special. ) Mr, John Cox, a prominent farmer and highly esteemed citizen, died at his home near tills citv Monday at II a. in., In his eightieth year. Mr. Cox has been ir. feeble health lor several months, and nil death was not CHILDREN'S DAY lines peeled, He is survived by his wife, seven daughters and one sou, and a large number of grandchildren. His Exercises Given at the daughters aie: Mrs, Tom Ditto, of Program Louisville; Mrs. Robert IL.rdaway, DeTo up fiance, Mo.; Mrs. Sue Jolly, Mrs. 11. C. in Charge of Miss Ida White Cain, Mrs. P, W. Poote, Mis. Herbert Payne, Mrs, (i. A .mil son, W, and Class L. Cox, of Irvmgtcu. K a tie r a services were held at his 4 cam Pork and Means Children's Day exercises were observed home Tuesday at ii o'clock, con best brand it the Met'. list church Sunday by the ducted bv Kee. T. I. Wade. Inter Armour's Sale Soap, 2 bars children and young ladies of the M tt, ment in family boning ground. tor JU Sunday School. The program was in charge of Miss 3 pounds canned Kraut Ida White, assisted by her class and the Breaks Ankle When for teachers of the primary grades. Horse Runs Away. The church was beautifully decorated Econom) Breakfast Irvington, June .! - Kther Hall of for the occasion iii pot flowers ami rosea squares Webster, nappe and t Quits a serious The subject of the program was the accident Pridaj atternoon while passing Fish 1' lakes, better than fresh "King's Garden" in which many of the through lieit. A liorse he and Prank 3 cans fur smaller chi dren took part and delivered Headrieks were delving became (lightthem splendidly. Special aoaga aetn ened at a men ua a telephone pole and sung by the children and the older mem nn down Mon .treat. Ml Hall Mrs I, T Reid sang a beautiful hers jumped from the buggy breaking his solo. lilt ankle In tWO places and Mist. lined Those assisting Miss White were: severe bruises. Tns injured limb was Misses BmUy Reid, Bessys Arnold, I .on treated by Dis. Moieiueti and l'arks. ise Nicholas, Jane I.ightfoot, Monnie He was moved o his home at Webster Moorman, Vera .Moorman, Tula that evening. Mr. Hendiicks was not Ruth l'arnsworth. Maude Berry, injured. Kluora Reid, Kathleen Chris, Mary Kin dir. Josie Kaitt, Leonora Met'.avock and A Mistake. Mary Met'.avock Ky. Glen It has been circulated aroand that I, or some other person, had changed the New Telephone Line. deed to the house and lot that Samuel A new telephone line hut been Taul, deceased, lived in, which DECORATION DAY is false. built from Fordsville to Askm-o- n The parties that made the deed are all the BfaBCa. This line will he living and good citisens of hrcckcnrulgc OBSERVED SUNDAY extended from Anstkst to Clover Thev are; K II llarb e and llettie barbie, Maady Wilson and W. D Wilson, port in the neat future. W ilson, of Lexington. James J. I By Members of K. of P. Lodge wrote the deed, taking ackkeen. Returns From Florida. If any one lie- nowledgement ol ..line and M. W. A. Rev. A. N. ot si Mrs. Kli.a Webb returned lawt lieves this talk ask James If an C. barbie iiid Maty will tell vou that Couch Delivered Address. week from her Florida home to there nSVSf was but one died made and her home in I la we v Ust, Mrs. that was to Samuel C. and Nat Taul. The decoration of the graves of the de- W ebb spent a delightful winter, This deed is recorded in Deed Hook No. ceased members of the K. ot 1'. and M. Nat Taul and is Mjoving the best of health. .Vs. 'age V W. A. lodges was observed ill this city Sunday afternoon by the members of the two lodges. The hue of march was tormcd ill the sliccl in front of the lodge rooms at ! o'clock, and tile procession marched in a body 1,1 1'1' cemetery. Tat services Wtla inspiring and patriotic and were conducted by the Key A N. Couch, who delivered a splendid A large crowd attendee. address Heard. Willis Green. Paul Compton. SELLING OUT Stock Again 25c 50c 15k 25c Summer Underwear at Bargain Prices llab-bag- Jesse Howard. Jr. Dean. . 111 I ROYAL No Alum No BAKING POWDER Phosphate ttafrTiiiiiii '1 hi ii ' iiilftsll HEALTH AFFECTS L To Be Held Days You'll Never Forget HeV JlrAfWTHE CIR-CUS- Something Do you know is dono on credit? Every Boy Will Need MANjiVIEWPOINT - Mrs. J. P. Isoin is in Cauiieltou where she will spend several weeks with her daughter, Mrs Holder. Mrs. Vernon Melton and Miss Mable Wheatley were in Cauiieltou oil Tuesday of last week. Misses Maggie and Josie Taberlilig have gone to I.ouisville for a visit to their gr iinlparents, Mr. and .Mrs Vane Pate Mr. and Mrs George Taul were in town Friday. (I Mrs Will McCoy have moved Mr 1ut0J.uk Smiley 's property. Rev H Ueees will preach at the The condition of a man's health -and 17. afreets to a marked extent his mental altitude towards life In general U"his fact is so universally admitted Tlic County Convention of the Ilrcck County Sunday School Associn that columns in the newspapers are enriilL-Philosophy," devoted to "Dyspepsia tion will not he held June 16 nnd 17, as of all ailments It is safe to assert has heen announced to n few congrcga and work moro havoc tions, as it will not be convenient for that stomach disease with human machinery tLan all other Mr. Vaughn, our esteemed field worker, disorders combined. to he with us, and as we will not he able Of all the Ills, chronic dyspepsia is conventions prior to to hold all district probably the most common. Its that date. The County Convention will Presbyterian church at causes, characterizations and results he held at the many. Skilled specialists have Garfield on the afternoon and evening of arc and July I, I'rida and Saturday been unable to cope with this almost June 30 However, old universal malady. before the first Sunday in July Mother Nature, who after all, is the We urge that the Sunday Schools of physician, In combination with the county will give us good delegations ideal In chemistry, has compounded In a special skill We extend nnd contributions. her inexhaustible laboratory, a mar invitation to nil our ministers in the velous remedy for this trouble. county to be with us and give us their It woald be almost impossible to de efficient help, as we try to make the conWe scribe the sufferings that this dread vention inspiring anil instructive disease has brought to mankind. The are planning for, and trust we will have mcst common symptoms are pains in a big and good convention. the stomach, a dull, hoavy. bloated I J. Smith, Pres. W, feeling, loss of appetite, headaches, Miss Nora Driskell, Secy. nausea, dizziness, coated tongue, fitful sleep, loss of energy, nervousness and Watch the Lice melancholia. Tanlac, the great reconstructive On chicks. These parasites sap the Dust the tonic, appetizer and builder of worn of them. very life blood out compounded after years of hen at nieht wuh B. A Thomas' out tissues, and your troubles are study, was designed to check this (lis Louse Killer Its purposes are endeH. It also kills bugs on cucumber, tressing condition. tomato, and squash vines. We sell It to restore a healthy, normal appetite, to you and if it does not make good, good, sound, restful sleep end nervous we will. For sale at Wedding's Drug ness, revive lost energy in short, to restore, the stomach to the habit of Store. doing a full day's work and doing it THE DAY YOU CAII?ISC elllclently. HILL ITEMS WATefi- - POR. THe Sili This Master Medicine Is composed Et,ePMAWT,A.IU0 6V TW67 entirely of roots, herbs, Mowers and TiME-ITbarks gathered from trie remote cor THiRsT The night has a thousand eyes, And the day but one; ners of the earth and is compounded c?oeNCHGD --roe Cificus world dies, today Yet the light of the whole under the personal direction of With the dying sun. Joseph Von Trimbach. the chemist who Dillioun P'rancisW. created the Tanlac formula. Rev. and Mrs Allen and family, Mrs. Thousands of men and women who Mrs. Sidney Taul and baby left last have found relief from their suffer- J C Tucker, A. C Glasscock and fam l'riday night for Hudson, III., where her ings through the Tanlac treatment are ily, C. M. Aldridge, Henry and Walter and Ileut Dockery attended the husband is engaged in farming dally acknowledging their gratitude N'oblitt S. S. Convention at Sand Knob last Mrs. Curt Pate, from the country, for this wonderful reconstructive tonic Sunday Saturday with Misses Mary spent last Tanlac is now being introduced in Pert Wilson was in town one day last Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, and Mina Perkins. In Stephensport at Snellman's week. l)r Parrish wns called last week to see and Mrs. C. M Aldridge and children, William, sou of Mr and Mrs Joe Allen, Drug Store, where its merits ate be who has been quite sick ami not much lug explain. d daily by the Panlac Men. Maxine and C. M , Jr., were the guests of Mrs Mary Dudgeon last Sunday. improved at this writing. Presbyterian church next Sunday. He I)r J C Tucker has purchased a new Mr and Mrs. O'Riley, from the country, with Miss Nellie llaffey, were the will come on Saturday and accompany Pord car Mr. Mckinney to Tobinsport where he Miss Neva Milncr was the guest of guests last week of Mrs Simon lteaviu. will be entertained until Sunday Miss Kva Woosley last Sunday If Kramer, who has been conMrs P. Miss Rhea Critcheloe entertained the fined to her home with rheumatism, is Accidents will happen, but the best following last Wednesday: Mrs Nannie improving. regulated families keep Or. Thomas' Cauu u and little grandson, Kli, Mrs K. (). Perkins and son, Mussel, were Electric Oil for such emergencies. Jesse Ga loway, .Misses Kva Woosley, 111 Ilariliushurg last week. Two sizes 23c and .10c at all stores. Illauchc Jarboe, Pronia Jarbo-- , Verda c at the Presbyterian Half Sick Persons See Life From Viewpoint of Pessimist. Church at Garfield June 30, and July 1, Instead of July 16 that a trront deal of tho business of tho world Of courso you know that your father has credit at tho grocery, hut do you know that tho grocery must have credit with tho wholesaler, and tho wholesaler with tho manufacturer, and tho manufacturer with tho producer of tho raw product, and so on in endless lino? What does credit mean? It, means that 0110 man or firm behoves another man or firm is so honest ho can jrivo him money or goods and trust him to pay at some futuiu time. Credit is tho most valuable tiling a business man can have. With it ho can set himself up in business": with it ho can borrow money at tho bank. It in easy to get and easy to loe. Hut once lost, it is hard to regain. It is something every boy of you will needand that is why wo ato writing this advertisement today. Wo want you to start NOW to establish your credit, m that when you want to go into business you will have it till ready. The su 1 IS ALU Ua.' nvF(7' ha!!' syftf est. way to do this is to open anaccount with us WE HEM YOU TO HELP YOUltSELF Farmers Bank Hardinsburg, Ky. --- .J IFOR SALE DUROCS! r Ten yearling Gilts, bred for Au- I I 1 fall open (iilts, 3 yearl.ng Boars, Spring Pigs, either sex, pairs or trios mated up; no akin. If you want the big easy feeding kind these will suit you. gust and September farrow, 25 1 1 I G. F MAYSEY HARDINSBURG, KY., Route No. 2. Many Cloverport Citizens Profited by it. Have If you have backacne, urinary trouble?, days of dizziness, headaches or GaPoway and Neva Milncr. Mrs Ivan Allen and children were AlcDANIELS. the guests of Mrs S. W. Glasscock last Monday. .Miss Rhea Critcheloe was the guest of A few from here went on the excursion Huse Critcheloe's family last week. to I.ouisville last Saturday. .Mrs. Guy Hart was the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. II. Glasscock, Forethought. at Ilarued Tuesday. People are learning that a little Miss Neva Milncr, of Harued, who forethought often saves them a big was the guest of her sister, Mrs CM. W. expense. Here is an Aldridge. went to McCoy last Sunday. Archer, Caldwell, Onio, writes: "f do She will spend several days there as the not believe that our family has been guest of her cousin, .Miss Kath'een without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Tucker, before returning home. Ksmedy since we comand inst-ince: Diarrhoea menced keeping house years ago. When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable everywhere. A KAISER RETURNS TO BERLIN Postal Brings This Book free it tells how you can have, local and long distance telephone service in your home at very small cost. is Send for it today. Manager, or Write nearest Bell Tele--phone It Ministerial Crisis Causes Sudden Return of German Emperor. Loudon, May 22. Kmperor William maidenly returned to Merlin in order to settle the ministerial crisis, according to telegram received from Merlin in Amsterdam, says a Iteuter's dispatch from that city. Ills arrival was kept quiet as tho emperor wished to avoid the possibility of demonstration. The emperor Is not staying at tho Iloyal Castle, hut at T'olsdam. He received Imperial Chancellor von llethmauu-llolhveand Dr. Karl Helfferlch. secretary of the Imperial treasury, on his arrival. It Is not expected that the emperor will romaln long In Berlin, nnd will leave for tho Russian front after tho crisis Is over. g nervousness, strike at the seats of the trouble. These are often the symp ST. MO. toms of weak kidneys and there Is Doan's KidgravH dar.ger in delay. ney Pills are especially prepared for & N. kidney ailments are endorsed by over 40,000 people. Your neighbors recomThe KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, contUting of all steel, electric lighted, mend this remedy have proved its coachea, reclining chair can and Pullman deepen, will leave LouitTille Union Station Monday. June 12th, at 10:00 p. m.. and arms at St. Louu Tuesday, June 13th at read-er- s merits in many tests. Cloverport 7:40 a. m. day before the Convention. should take fresh courage In the SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES IN EFFECT straightforward testimony of a Clover For deeper reservation or further information call, write or phone port citizen. R. F. PENN, T.P.A. H. L. SWEENEY. C.P.A. L. V. Chapin. Cloverport, sajs: "I Louiirille, Ky. Both Phones 1134 Louisville, Ky. was in bad shape with kidney tiouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills rtcom mended, I went to Fisher's Drug Store and got some. One bcx cured me and shot. Ills bride. Grace GlfTord. Is a Home. I have had no need of a kidney medidaughter of Frederick Gilford, a promcine since." inent Dublin solicitor, in tho gloomy To a mother's love, deepest of all, Don't precincts of Bichmoml barracks, wbero Bleak are the days, when duties Price 50c, at all dealers. call; simply ask for a kidney remedy get tho rebel leaders were imprisoned, the Hasting the day, when Jim or Jane Doan's Kidney Pills the same trial marriage ceremony wns performed nt Must leave their home with hope aflame. cured Mr Chapin Foster Milburn midnight. Few scenes In this great futllo trug. "My child, my own! Must thou leave Co , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. edy can have so wrung the hearts of homt?" those who witnessed It as did this hur. "Yes, mother dear, but keep good cheer J Had temper is sometimes meiely a ried Joining together In tho silent Though life means strife from crib to symptom of bap he ilth? watches of the night of two young grave, Insanity costs every inhabitant in the lives so soon to bo severed by tho in My love for home is always safe. " exorable decree of human justice. For United States $1 per year? n few brief hours husband and wife Home, sweet hoaie! Thou song sublime, The U S Public Health Service has wero left together before tho last fareHo I do love thy thought divine! proven that typhus is spread by lice? well. An hour later, with the dawn of a perfect spring morning breaking in Though I may roam through far and Untreated pellagra ends in insanity? near, a cloudless sky, the bridegroom stood In the lexicon of health there is no facing n firing party in tho barracks My home, sweet home, is just right such word as "neutrality" against dis- -' courtyard. A curt order, tho crash of here. j, o. ease? a volley nnd tho curtain was rung Axtel, Ky. The death rate of persons under 45 is down on tho tragedy of two lives. The horror of the tragedy was endecreasing; of those over 45 it is increas A healthy man is a klnc in Ms nwn hanced by tho fact that Thomas ing? another of the rebel leaders right; an unhealthy man an unhappy who was shot, was the husband of slave. For Impure blood and sluuolsh PLUNKETT WAS MARRIED Grace Glfford's sister Muriel. Thus liver, use Burdock Dlood Bitters. On &fj EVE OF HIS EXECUTION within twenty-fou- r hours both sisters the market js years. $1.00 a bottle. Democratic National Convention LOUIS, L. H. St. L. L. & R. R. OFFICIAL TRAIN . wero widowed. Growing Hogs. For a hog to be profitable he must be kept growing from birth to marketing age. He cannot be profitable unless he Is healthy. He can always be In a profit producing condition if he is fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder. We positively tell that this remedy prevents cholera, removes worms and cures thumps. If the powder does not make good, we will. For sale at Weddlna's Drug Store. Do You Know That Kfficient muzzling of dogs will rabies? The protection of the health of children is the first duty of the Nation? FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone rfjLfl and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 399, OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. Main Street Oiled. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, will lead to c.ironic constipaMany gallons of oil were auDlied tc tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily Main street in this cltv Thursday . . 1 tne business men of the. cltv bouaht Ono of tho most poignant of the 25c a box at all stores the oil and Mayor Hamman had it tragedies in tho grim, sordid many drama which wns enacted In Ireland REGRETS REPORTS OF FIGHT spread on the street. Not only Main street, but the resi wus revealed by tho announcement In tho births, marriages nnd deaths col- Laurel, Ind., Business Men Issue dence streets of this town need oillnf, Statement Regarding Trouble. o umn of the Irish Times of tho and if all the citizens could aaree on Laurel, Ind., May 22. A lotter pro- this plan, much dust of Joseph riunkett and Gruco durlhf the dry, Gilford. Behind the announcement lies testing against published reports of not months would be greatly reduced fighting at Laurel, Franklin county, tho story of a well known nnd honored when tho Itov. 0. A. Whitsltt. pastor as a consequence. Dublin family brought to sorrow nnd of the Methodist Kplscopal church; tribulation by tho great revolt and of Mrs. Whltsltt and Bay Goudlo, mantwo refined, artistic girls, well known ager of the Laurel Telophono com- Rain Did Much In Dublin society, whoso lives havo pany, were victims of Damage Near Hudsonville. assaults bebeen wrecked. cause It is alleged, of their activities William T. Heard, of HudsonviUe. . Ilclilnd looms tho strange, mysteri- against "blind tigers," has been sent went to Owensboro Saturday and on xRa ous ilguro of Countess Marklcvlcz, who out from hero. Tho statement Is .signed by W. E. return stated that there was a terrible) played so prominent a part In tho la to tragic events and who has flitted Ensminger & Co.. G. II. FoHtnr. An! rain in Duncpu's Valley l'riday night. through all tho pages of Irish discon- drew Fey. J. J. Itelboldt nnd it a Considerable damage was done to corn Jones, all Laurel business men. The and outs, and that the land was badly tent of recent years. Joseph riunkett was a rebel leader, signors regret the publicity given the wasljeu. Mr. Beard says that 75 per ono of tho seven .signatories to tho affair and fear the notorletv win cent of the tobacco crop has already been proclamation y thorcpubUcwho was jure the town's reputation. set. Ceremony Performed at Midnight, and Hi Faced Firing Squad at Dawn. mar-rlag- i. BEAVERS BLOCK HANCOCK CREEK Farmer's Little Son Makes an Interesting Discovery Near Hawesville Will Not Be EXPERT TELLS FACTS ABOUT NEW HERBALSKIN BALM n Splendid Farm For Sale No. 6. nro n great many women who a "bargain." They will buy things they have no earthly use for simply because they arc cheap. The attics of their homes are filled with pretty gewgaws bought from time to time at "ridiculously" low prices, but which cannot bo utilized in any way. ! Hawesville, Ky., May 30. The beaver an animal that was supposed to have extinct many years ago in this section of the country, has suddenly made its appearance in Hancock county by remedy." Why tuffer from untlghtly eruption! or the damming up Illackford creek, a stream of Eciema, or running sores, or poison of considerable size. Where they came fire rashes, when this wonderful new ditcovery from is a mystery, as one lias not been seen in this section of the country in the last fifty years Hut for the curiosity boy their discovery of a might not have been made for years, Joe Wiles, a merchant and farmer of rented the Chambers neighborhood, Ira Chambers, from his brother a farm in Blackford bottoms, which is seven miles south of Hawesville. Mr. Wiles dectdeg to put the bottom land in corn and accordingly set to work to plow up the field With him went his boy, who, hearing the roaring made by the water running over something, determined to investigate. Quietly slipping through the dense undergrowth, he made his way to the creek bank, thence up the creek a few hundred feet to' the dam. Hurrying back to his father, he told an exciting story of what he had seen, claiming to his father that someone had put a dam in the creek. Mr. Wiles decided to see what the bov had found, when to his astonishment he discovered a perfect dam across the creek five or six feet high and about forty feet long. Willows had been cut along the creek by these industrious little fellows, woven together and plastered with mud in such a manner as to make the dam watertight. A mason could not have done a better job with a trowel. The work is all new work, which shows they have not been here any great length of time. A drainage district has recently been established in this bottom, but, as the new ditch will not go near the old creek at this place, the little beavers will not be disturbed, but will be watched with much interest. The manr ulTcrtfi from tic In torlurcf tlfat Itch, burn and pain will be plait to know Hut new article that i mane from .Nature! Iierbt, and will noothe and begin healing al at applied lias, been Riven br icience for (he relief of the many disheartened martyrs. Mr. K. J. Cramer, who It doing tome special work with the American Medicine Company of Allentown and whom you are al liberty to address in care ol that firm, writes! "I gave a box of U'F.XMA to Stuart Mr. 513 Turner St., ol thit city, and McKlrby hat just come to me with the following statement 1 'I was troubled with a rath all over my arms and hands. I have tried several remedies, but none seemed to have any effect or benefit me. I tried one box of D EXMA salve. After applying daily for a veek I am pleated to say that my skin is all cleared up and I heartily indorse and recommend this from Hardinsburjr, known the Ralph Walker farm. five miles m Acres 011 H;irdinslnirjr and Cloverport Pike as TIIKRKcannot resist IMPROVEMENTS : Three Room Box Mouse, Two Stock Barns, One Tobacco Barn, Corn Crib, Chicken House, and well watered with springs and ponds. Seventy acres in grass, 20 acres in hrst growth timber. AND, ON THE OTHER HAND, THERE ARE will at once stop all suffering and besin to A GREAT MANY PEOPLE WHO FOREGO Ileal at once? t We are the only druggists in thlt town MANY THINGS ACTUALLY NECESSARY TO COMFORT AND HEALTH from whom D'EXMA, the great herbal balm, OUT OF A MISTAKEN IDEA OF ECONOMY. TRUE ECONOMY IS MORE can be secured, ask us ivuay. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky A MATTER OF SPENDING MONEY WISELY THAN NOT SPENDING IT AT ALL. two centuries ago, taking n trip over this country in a living machine, at a high altitude, with u ptirof strong field glasses, getting n uanorbmic view of such a broad waste of country inhabivagus; and again Imagted bv naked ine himself at the present time taking the same trip, what n great contrast there would be. Instead of waste country and naked savages, he would few modern cities, immense factories ir. nu- For Price and Terms Call Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. Bowel Complaints in India. In a lecture at one of the Des Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary from India told of i?ointr Into the interior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy with him and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully in India both as a pre ventive and a cure for cholera. You may know from this that It can be depended upon for the milder forms of bowel complaint that occur in this country. Obtainable everywhere. RAILROADING. J. C. Allen In Tampa Tribune, if one could imagine himself about carefully and take prompt advantage of any opportunity to save money on such things as I need. The wide awake merchant is able to offer his customers from time to time many worthy articles at a legitimate reduction in price. Manufacturers often find themselves in distress and arc glad to sell their stock at a loss to some merchant who can pay spot cash. Then, again, it quite frequently happens that a manufacturer will find himself with a large stock on hand at the end of his season when he should have clean shelves. merous varieties, plantations In varjiog To make it worth while for some retailer to take the entire stock off his sizes dotted with homes; by looking a hands ho offers it nt a very low price. Merchants usually pass on to their little closer he can observe a network customers the pavings they thus make. of the arteries of commerce where MY WORD OF ADVICE IS: DON'T BUY ANYTHING YOU DON'T NEED, trains are carrying their loads of hu- NO MATTER HOW CHEAP IT IS, AND IF YOU CAN BUY SOMETHING man freight as well as commodities and YOU REALLY NEED AT A 8AVING DON'T HESITATE TO BUY ENOUGH other essentials of modern living. TO LAST YOU FOR A LONG TIME. MRS. SHREWD SHOPPER. Iiefore we deal with the men that are directly connected with the running of the trains, we wish to state that tilt re juries ns fnr ns possible, at the same engine ns well as that of the coaches is are many important positions to be time watching his orders closelv to pre- very complicated nntl is liable to get filled, from the president of the road on vent colliding with other trains. We out of order nt any time and cause dedown, which, under modern systems of must not overlook the flagman's part, lay, which it unforseen and unavoidrailroading, are indispensable to the lor when the train is hindered on ac- able, and these same conditions hold successful operation ol a railroad. Re- count of engine failute or other causes, good with freight trains us well. When people have dealings with member that there are skilled men at the flagman at once drops back two or all times on the alert to see that the three hundred yards to the rear of the other corporations, they don't only pay col value received for what they get. but rolling stock, as well as the track, is in train to protect It from a rear-enpropjr condition to perform their du lission, while there is a man sent for- seem to have a high regard for the corward to protect it in front. poration exerting every effort possible ties Next we take the engineer, who has to give satisfaction; but not so with the We wish to show the responsibility of been classed among the bravest men in railroads, for they seem to lose patience every man that is directly connected the country, and we believe rightly so. if the train is not tight on time, wheu with the operating of a train when it is When the engineer dons his overalls there are numerous causes for drlay sent out on the road. Hirst, we take and inspects his engine, then mounts that are unavoidable We believe that the dispatcher, who gives orders for the his seat and opens knowlthe he then if the geueral public had a bettei train to run, and who has to be on the takes on himself one of throttle, the greatest re- edge of the inside workings of railroad, alert at all times as to its movements, sponsibilities that an ordinary man can ing, when they ask if the tratu is on either bv telegraph or telephone, and assume. He has got to read his run- time, to be told that It is not, or wheu may be both. He has to guard it from ning orders and memoriza them, watch they ask if thtir freight Ins arrived to both front and rear-encollisions by his engine to see that It is performing be told that it has not, or again if they keeping in touch with all the operators its duties properly, and at the same go to their grocer und ask for some along the line, so that he may know not time keep an constantly on the rail commodity, to be tdld th.it it has never eje only the movements of one particular to see that the track is clear. There is come, they knowing that railroad men train, but all the trains on that line. a great difference between riding in a are human the same as themselves, We want to call the attention to great comfortable coach and that of riding on would have a greater consideration for care mat he takes in giving the exact an engine, for when riding fast on an railroads time and place of meeting of two trains engine, one can draw a vivid It we weie to ask the question today, picture of in his orders, and the operators along what would happen if he is running which is the most indispensable of all the line have to exercise just as great very fast and y set some obstacle on the modern industries, we would care in receiving these orders just as track a short distance say railroading. ahead. they are sent, and deliver them to the These men nrepunct.ial and efficient, promptly on the arrival of conductor Notice. and draw a salary above the average his train, who in turn delivers a copy working man because they are above All persons having claims against the to the engineer before proceeding. the average man from a .standard of so estate of the late Dr. A. A. Simons are Whan the conductor calls 'all aboard' briety and efficiency Railroads do not notified to present them, duly proven bt law, to the undersigned rt he then takes on himself not only the employ drunkards any more, nor do as itsattired of business in The k place at duties ot seeing that each parsenger they send out men ou the ro.id who are of Cloverport, at Clover-por- t, Ky . on or before the first day of reaches his destination on time, but unreliable. PAUL, JtSVIS, also the responsibility of giving the We wish to Impress on the mind of August, l'JIo. A. Simons, passenger proper protection against In- the reader that the mechanism of the Executor ot the lvstate of A. deceased. d d unhesi-tateiuglHreckin-ridge-Han- I strive to get the most out of every dollar I spend, and I find the advertisements of our various stores a wonderful help. I study the ads. Special Premiums At Fair Tim preparation of tlio premium list of the Breckinridge County Fair to be held July 2.'), 20, 2f, 2S, 1910, is under way und tho books will be issued early in Juno. Those wishing to give .special premiums for tho Fair or wishing space in tho advertising pages of the book should communicate with J. P. O'KEILLKY, Secretary, Hardinsburg, Ky. within the next ten days. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST m.ito i: m. Office Hours: Jjj; m. to5 p. m. Alwuys In oftlce during .ofllee iuur; I Irrington, Ky. FARE m, , $522 i' M5AS31Y BE'?WL:L A 4iW. XEVEUNI & 7T k IH fu'14 fur fmmm tnt -i 'cnt. T? the Lirftct tiH ir.vzt eilf ilcamir on an uilcu a.- ci tho wwrlJ. Clccpinc accotnrtntU- - "CITY c? aaz -J r 14 rtnrnificmt ! ri r? r C? I -"- nf 6.) A.M. Arritr CicviLinJ (ucr.irci ssiandirti line) CVincftfcmi r.t XlufTalo for I "ripen Falls an livtcrn ami Canadian points. TUHmnJ ti-unu Ituiial i ore ixmJ fi.r tnoFpurU'.KM cn or itwicr. Ani ild rradirv-Kt ttcfctt nrrnt for UcUU vn tl. Ct U. Ur.o. AnwLxT.iJ KAWUIiWi i,T. rn' io cover "CITY OF BUFFALO" t Tti1 7? T A 1 r i Ui ftntnr rrrcmtoi nvo f wsc I uuxf. r i THE CLCVULAND i BUFFALO TKAN.SIT CO. . Jiiu. J. Cj u j Iklable Green-Houses- . Hot-be- d sash and Silos ALFRED STRUCK CO. I. ', Aitosar . I MATERIAL CYPRESS 'A XI n TAWWi a .ft GREEN-HOUSE V7 Bulletin No. 3 LUMBER sky. - 1 Ill 1 m Why Not Face the Facts About Armor Competition? To the People: "Send for Catalogue. Live Local Aucnt Wanted." imrmrimnmry rm TO SUBSCRIBERS Kindly use this blank in renewing your subscription. Please examino the label on your paper. If your subscription is due, tho Editor will appreciate payment. The policy of the United States Government for many years has made real competition in armor-makin- g ineffective. The Government might have asked the three armor plants for hids and let the entire tonnage to the lowest bidder. That would have made competition effective. RENEWAL ORDER THK BKKCKENKIDGE Enclosed lind $ The result of such a course would have been to drive two of the three manufacturers out of business, and Icuve the country with facilities of only one plant in time of need. NEWS, Ci.ovi:itroitr, Ky. , which apply to my sub- - scription account. The Government in fact has always asked for bids from the three manufacturers, but no matter what the price quoted, each year's business was divided among them. Armor makers serve but one customer serves but one customer a community. Addhkns the Government, just as a public utility Rural Carriers to Get Increase. Rural carriers In Kentucky will lie in teresteil in learning lli.it the Senate Committee on tMistolTices ami post roads lias just voted into the jiostofilce appro, priatiou hill a provision tinder which each of the 42,000 rural mail carriers in the I'uited States will receive the $100 increase In salary hich they failed to jet last year because of the inability of Congress to agree ou the iostoffice bill. If this action stands the $100 will be it permanent addition to each carrier's salary. Some Tree. Herman Hinkle, a farmer residing near West Point, cut a chestnut tree 011 his farm recently that made 2,.!o shingles, 370 clapboards, Io fence posts 7 feet long, one cord of stovewood, one-hawagouload of chips and one wagon load of shavings. lf The solution of the public utility problem is regulation of rates. The solution of the armor problem is for the Government to fix the price. Wc voluntarily agree to accept any price fixed by the federal Trade Commission. Isn't acceptance of that offer better than the destruction of an industry built solely to serve the Government? CHAS. M. SCHWAB. Divorce Granted. circuit court last Monday, Charles Urown was granted a divorce from Cora Uronn, . Parties were formerly resident of this place. In the Hancock Cbairmu BUGHNB 0. GRACE, IWJtut Bethlehem Steel Company Tty a Want Ad. Today THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BADBAGE. Editor and Publisher Which Will It Be? ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charned for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on j our paper. If it is not correct please notify us. HOW TO CKLEBRATE. Statistics stato that on last fourth of July 30 dentin rcsul'rd from tho celebration of Independence Day, and that thcro wore 1,135 In former years many lives injuries, some of tliem very sorious. have been lost or injured by tho old fashioned way of celebrating and parents should see to it that the young folks have a safe time as well as a good time. Most of the accidents were caused by cannon cnu'lers, lire arms and cannons. And eHort should bo made to dispose of these dangerous fireworks and tho use of them on holidays, and thai the children get along without tlium this year, their celebration will be just as enjoyable and much safer. Kvpi The garbage wagon iihido its first appearance Thursday. Thursday of this season it will make a complete round of the city and take up all the garbage that is put in a convenient place for the men who have charge on tho wagon. This "garbage wagon is a great help to the town and if the housekeepers will sco to it that all trash, tin cans, etc.,. arc kept out of the back yards and allies much sickness can bo avoided. It is surprising to note the amount of "arhaio thai accumulates in a week's time. he man with monev whoMfcits it 5afe in the Bank can some day buy I rv-- - JI 1 that home. Be a man with money Don't build "Castles In the air." It Isn't fair to the Get right down to "Brass Tacks" and BANK your money. Then whenjyou find a bargain In a home you can buy It. Money In the bank makes a happier home ask any girl. married man. PutlYOUR money In OUR.".bank Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000.00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. week's campaign in Baltimore. On his dcpaituro from that city he curried a check for the amount of $32,500 and .fS.OOO more was to bo sent to him later for bis services, making the total of 40,500. About 1,370,00 persons Thousands of gifts of all kinds attended the tabernacle service. were given Mr. Sunday during the campaign. President Wilson issued a proclamation last week calling upon the people of the United States to celebrate Flag Day, June 14, with patriotic exorcises, giving expression "to our thoughtful love of America." The Piesident declared that the people should redpdicato themselves for "an America which no man can corrupt, no influence draw away from its ideals, no force divide against itself." twenty-fivreturned, twelve of them being buried in Henderson County. Having completed his sentence of two years in the Frankfort Penitentiary oh the charge of robbery, "Will White, of Kenton County, "was arrested as he left tho prison gate on the charge of housebreaking. White is accused of having broken into a house and taken a suit of clothes of a guard when he escaped from prison last year. Ho will bo held to the Franklin Coune Hilly Sunday recently hold an eight THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 KY. TRUST CO. 2HARD1NSBURQ, Photo by American Press Association. FORMER PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT. I 1 NOTICE To Carpenters, Contractors and Parties going to build. We are prepared to fill your wants in the various kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL at prices that will meet your approval. Write us for prices on anything you need KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS The Paris Milling Co. of I'aris has the honor of being the first employer to accx-ii- t the terms of tho new workmen's compensation act. Mrs. Kathcrlne T. Hardin, 70 years old, widow of M. It. Hardin, once Chief Justice of the Court of Ajipeals of Kentucky, died at St. Joseph's Infirmary at Louisville of senility. Knox County's first road construction work will bo started on tho four-mil- e extension from Flat I.lck to tho Bell County .line, this being a portion of the Dlxiu Highway and the only contract in Knox County approved by tho State Knglneer. It costs the State of Kentucky annually to pay the salaries of the 1.U20 persons employed to attend to the business of tho state. Including the Circuit Judges and Commonwealth's Attorneys, there are 1,'J'JO persons on the state's payroll. Representative A. U. House, of obtained permission of the FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY ; i Incorporated . " 585 JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. ue to experience big losses among fat cattle on account of the white clover, which Is said to bo the heaviest In many years. The animals swell quickly and die. Tho only remedy that has been found to bo anyways effective Is by sticking tlium and inserting a tube. At least 100 big cattle, averaging from 1,200 to 1,,'00 pounds, and valued at from $110 to $i:!." have died. Henry Clay Scott, son of a farmer living near llrannon, a few miles from Nlchohisvllle, was killed instantly by lightnlijg during a heavy storm. The child was asleep In a room with an older brother, who was not Injured by the bolt. The residence of George Fain, near the same place, was si ruck by lightning, which caused damage amounting to several thou-s;inseven-year-ol- ty firand Jury. Farmers around Winchester contin- TRY A WANT AD TODAY We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth 'Money To You Sacks of any in each 24 and 48-lgrade of our flour. This is a Profit- sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or b. j j B M i ask your'grocer about it. LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : dollars. I'nlted States Senate has get aside Saturday, June 24. as the date for eulogies on the late Senator WilThe liam O. Lewisport, Ky. 1 Ilradley, of Kentucky. Ad- dresses will be delivered by Senators James and Ileckham, of Kentucky: Kenyon, of Iowa; Smoot, of I'tah; Smith, of Arizona; Williams, of MisHouse of Itepresentatives that the sissippi; Kern, of Indiana, and a few mospeeches delivered by Governor Stan- others. Senator James made the tion for this recognition of his late ley and Senator James at the recent colleague. Kentucky Democratic State ConvenA. I). Wells, Deputy Collector, and tion bo printed in tho Congressional two posscmeii raided a moonshine still Record. In Morgan County and captured Gus Fraternal Insurance companies do- Vance, for whom tho Government auIn Kentucky are tiling noing business thorities have been searching for 110 tices with State Insurance Commis- years. He was taken before United neccptauee of tho sioner Thomas of States Commissioner Cisco at West uniform fraternal Insurance statute Liberty where ho gave bond for his 1, January This statuto has been advocated by fraternal insurance companies and lias been adopted in HO states. George McKenna, formerly a cabaret singer, was sentenced at Loulsvlllo to servo live years In tho penitentiary for slashing his wife, Ora Ilurch McKenna, a singer In a local rathskeller, with a razor, llo cut her about tho faco, and claimed ho was drunk and did not know what ho was doing. McKenna declared, "I lovo her beyond words. Right or wrong, I am with her." Tho city of Maylleld may issue $200,-00In bonds and buy tho plant of tho Maylleld Water & Unlit Company, said the Court of Appeals, affirming tho decision In a taxpayer's suit to enjoin the Issue on tho ground that It would bond the city beyond 5 per cent of Its property assessment and necessitate a tax levy In excess of tho constitutional limitation. Governor A. O. Stanley delivered the unveiling address of tho D. A. R. monument in Courthouse Square, Henderson. Twclvo soldiers of the Revolution arc burled In that county, and tho chapter of tho D. A. It. erected a monument In their memory. Hender1917. L0DIBURG. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CHARLES EVANS HUGHES. 1 " which becomes effective 0 appearance. Deputy Collector Wells decopper still, 21 stroyed a ninety-gallofermenting tubs and a quantity of whisky and beer. The Mellck Producing Company, of Illinois, large oil promoters, has leased 1.111)0 acres of land from Georgetown landholders, Including Wntcrson Show-nlleJack Showalter, Rhodes Afliurs' Thomas Asliurst, Otis Ashurst, John Fluke and Irvine Davis, with the of boring for oil. David Mollck, of Rosevllie, O., president of the company, thinks tho laud Is In the direct line with tho big vein In IMI.l County. Four hundred more acre3 will be leased before boring. n Trap-shooter- In tho seventeenth annual registered s' tournament of tho Kentucky League, held on the grounds of the Winchester Gun Club, on the Mt. Sterling pike, Jake Gay, of l'lno won Grove, the challenge cup from Ilea IIIslo, of Fayetto County, who captured the prize at Loxlngton recently. Gay broke 05 out of 100. Securing a decrco of divorce from his third wire only a few days ago In circuit court at Henderson, J. D. Jloat- - Phuto by American Presti Association. son sunt a company of 100 men tn tho Varof 1812, and only Continued on pace 5 FORMER UNITED STATES SENATOR ELIHU ROOT. MercerJBashnm wus tho guest of Miss Hazel Payno at Webster lu.Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson wore dinner guests of Mr. und Mrs. Grayson Payno Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Payton of Webster, attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday, and were the guests of Mr. und Mis. Jess Payne. Mr. und Mrs. B. V. Hardin visited Mr. und Mrs. Tom Bnsham at Clifton Mills Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gibson, of Cloverport, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ligo Gibson at Webster Sunday. Mrs. Bettio Black and two daughters, Misses Sudio und Mat-tiof Addison, attended church ut Walnut Grove Sunday, and were tho dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt. Julious Dutschke, of Holt, visited his sistor, Mrs. Pollio Dutch-ke- , Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Edmonson Harrison, of Raymond, visited Mrs. Harrison's'parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Feltner, ut Mystic Sunday. Bony Gibson, of Irvi'ngton, at -t Clay-comb, o, tended church at Walnut Grove Sunday. W. B. Argabright, our blacksmith, is going out of business and wishes to sell his shop. It is tho best stand in the county for a smith. Let some good smith como and sco tho situation, Ho would be pleased with it. GLEN DEAN. Mrs. W. R. Moorman returned from Frankfort Saturday where she had been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Sam Monarch. Forty-seve- n tickets were sold to Louisville on the excursion Saturday. Mrs. Levy lectured here last Monday afternoon to ladies and children. Lewis Owen Moorman returned home Friday night after being in Texas in school for nine months. Shell Harlow is visiting his grandmother in Hart county. Miss Nell Moorman returned last week from Bowling Green, where she has been teaching. Many from here attended the unveiling last. Sunday at Macedonia church. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meador returned to Cloverport recently after a visit to her mother and his mother. Finishing Residence. Hugh Haycraft, of McQuady, wus in Fordsvillo Saturday buy-- . ing iimsuintr lumber from tho Fordsvilln Plnninir AT ill Afr TTQVrilfr ta nnnmlninra kin story eight-rooresidence which ho is building on his farm, near McQuady. m 4l 75he Breckenridge News 7, 1910 Ky WEDNESDAY, JUNE Entered nt tho t'oitOflllcontCloYorport, as second class matter. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING DY FOR FOREIGN THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t 2.G0 For Precinct nud city Offices $6.00 For County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices.. .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In tbe interest of individuals or expression .10 of Individual views per line Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. 19, 1915. A. Mi A. M Effective September No. 142 ... o:5 will lcnvn Clovcrport .10:10 Arriving irvlngtori .. 12:10 Arrlvln Imulsvllle.. . 4:52 No. 144 will Icavo Clovcrport 5:4(1 Arriving Irvlngton 7:10 . Arriving Louisville... 5:07 Clovcroort. .... ... 5:51 No. 14fi will leave -- . . Arriving Irvlngton . EAST HOUND 1. P. P. P. A. A. M M M M M M will lcavo Clovcrport...... ... 12:04 A.M. P. M. Arriving Owenslioro .1:5S 1. M. Arriving Henderson 1:23 P. M. . Arriving Evnnsvlllc . .... ; 140 P.M. Arriving Bt. Louis. ... 7:09 P.M. 143 will leave Cloverport No. ... 7:30 P.M. Arriving Hawesvllle P. M. .... Arriving Owensboro ...11:51 P. Mi No. 145 will leave Clovcrport ......... ,...12:5SA. M, Arriving Owensboro . 1:48 A.M. Arriving Henderson .... 2:15 A. M. Arriving Evansvllle .... 7:40 A. M. Arriving St. Louis ... 0:30 A. M, No. 147 will leave Clovcrport. ArrlvlngOwcnsboro - .....7:48 A. M. 9:00 A. M, Arriving Henderson No. 141 . WEST BOUND June Lawson, of Cincinnati spent Sunr'ny here nnd was the guest of Mim Susette Sawyer. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Williams left Wednesday for Grand Rapids, Mich., to make their home. Mrs. L. U. Moremi-and taby boy, Albert Crawford, are visiting telallve in Brandenburg. Miss Cleoiin Weatherholt returned Thursday from a visit to Mrs. Mary Rnn in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hart, of Louis ville, were guests last wee'i of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison. Mrs. J. W. French, of Stephensport, was the guest Wednesday of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Hnmman. Mrs. Darnell Dowden, of Cannelton, whs the guett teveral days of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clghtfoot. , Mrs. Joe Bishop, Mrs. John Bishop nnd Mrs. Shelby I'ate were lu Louis ville Friday chopping. Mrs. Frank White is in Huntings-burIntl., for a visit with her husband who has a position there. Mr. Vinsy, assistant foreman of the L. & N. shops of Louisville, spent Sunday here with Harry Newsom. Miss Edith I'lank, of Hickory, N. C , is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. C. McDonald and Dr. McDonald. Mrs. R. B. Pierce, of Louisville, ur the sumratr rived last week to here at her home "Rose Hill." Blanche Sweet in "The Clue" at g, Report of tin condition rf tha THE TOWN SLOUCH By ELLIS M. CTjARKR. OF CLOVERPORT Doing business at ths t jwn of Clover port, County of llreclfir.rnlar, State of Kentucky, t the close of business on lit day of The Kind of Goods Now in Demand for Real Hot Days Embroidery Voile, Plain Voile, Embroidery Marquisette, Plain Marquisette, Dimity, Plain Flaxon, W. ft Figured Flaxon, Batiste, Lawn, Dotted Swiss, India Linon, Picque, Poplin. Cy Cawklns Always Takes th' Mattress Off an' Stops th Clock When He Goes June, lyHI. RESOURCES. $ Loans nnd DUcounts Overdrafts, secure d and un Stocks, Bonds and other Se curitles Due from Hanks Cash on hand Checks and other secured 5157.431 7o (U0.8:i 3'.,0S0.6!l 51.13UMJ 8. 192.18 HQ 47 00 $312 009 Hanking (louse, Furniture and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES. c:ih Items Capital Stock cash Surplus Fund paid In, in $3'U)00 00 6,000 00 1, 0:11.09 to Bed. Tickln' Makes Him Nervous. Time Deposits... Undivided Profits, less expenses and t.ixes oald.... Deposits subject to check $05.7.'il "7 Ono queer climatic freak I've found That seasons do not sway; tenstwlse It's scold th' year around On every wnsliln' day. A good many self innde men use Bhoddy material. is EXTRA SPECIAL Big Stripe Suitings for Wash Skirts at per yard 25c 1 I67.S.1:! 09 2711.574 !I6 Other Liabilities not includ-- , ed under any of absve heads 1.40U00 Then the Trimmings, we have it too. American Theater Saturday night. Mrs. Chas. May and daughters, Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May, are ttie guests of relatives in Owensboro. Carlos Mattingly, ol Tell City, spent the week end here with tils grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Mattingly. Harry Hills, of Richmond, spent Sunday here with his family who are visiting Mrs. Hills' mother, Mrs. Mary 4 , $3 :.'.()(. 9. U6 Total i . State of Kentucky, Ik Couuty of Brecklnrldue. Jocc We, A B Skillman and Paul Lswis. Note Advertisers plviisc notlfv the editor President and Cashier of the when you want advertisement discontinued. Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and bellnf A. B, Skillman, President. ADVERTISE Paul Lewis, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this this :ird day of June. I9I6. Column My Commission KxplresJan. 20, 1III8. ONE CENT PER WORD O. T Smllman, Notary Public. rH above-name- vir jj CLOVERPORT, KY. j Stray Notice xxxxoxxxxcxxxxxxxx I WE ARE NOW READY $ With Our New Shop to Receive and Contract Oelze. Mr. and Mrs. Onin Hardin nnd chil dren, of near here, went to Brandenburg Friday to be the guests of relatives. Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. About People who Live in Cloverport, and Mrs. Jesse Weatherholt, of this city. Those who Travel and Those who W. A. Jolly and John Jolly, of Mc Live in Other Towns and Cities. Quady, went to Glen Dean Saturday to InChurch and Society Notes spend a week with their sister, Mrs KENTUCKY NEWS 4 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS continued from page weighing TAKEN up iiHitHtruy.toshoutfarm Apriluliout C tnu: my Mill. No murks. Owner cun get shout ly proving property nnu iriyine ior auvvr'iMUK una Mr keeplnir A. Si. Squires, (lurdlniburg, Ky. Route No. 2. FOR ALL CLASSES OF HACHINE WORK cluded. Emma Clark. J. M. Khodes, of Webster; W. N. John T. Ditto was in Hardinsburg Head, of Lodlburg, and Cliff Slaton, of I Rosetta, were at the county seat .Mon Monday. Claude Metcer went to Lexing- day on business. Col. Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethericglon, of ton Monday. B. Y. P. U. services conducted Sun- Tell City, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a little son. He was day evening by Group 3. the named Raphael Allard. Leonard Weatherholt attended Misses Jessie Hemphill and Susie circus at Owensboro Saturday. BallfSan and Israel Holder took a load o cattle Hailey visited Mrs. P. F. Miss Nellie Haffey, nnd also the Tai Louisville Tuesday. and hogs to Springs a few days last week. j Blanche Sweet in "The Clue" at Misses Emma and Alice Hagraan, of night. American Theater Saturday Skillman; J. H. Brown and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. Campbell and chil- Miss Celestia, were dinner guests of dren went to Fordsville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell Sunday. Louis Powell, of Owensboro, is the Mrs. V. G. Babbage and daughter, guest of Mr. and Mrs Tom Faith. ,Miss Tula Babbage, will spend the week Miss Beatrice Payne, of Tobinsport, en in Hardinsburg en route to Bewley-vill- e was in this city Saturday shopping. y to attend the Miss Louise Nicholas entertained tbe nuptials. Friendship Circle Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner, of Mr. and Mrs. James Bishop, of Lou- Stephensport, went to Lakeland Monisville, visited relatives here las,t week. day with Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Connor's Dr. F. W. Huyues, of St. Louis, is father. He is 80 years old and very the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Payne. feeble. They were taking him there Miss Jeanette Burn will conduct the tor treatment. Epworth League services Sunday eveBirthday Party. ning. Miss Luia Severs is spending this Little Miss Mayme Bannon Sawyer week in Louisville the guest of relawas hostess to a birthday party given tives. Monday afternoon at her home, it beMr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry and little Delightful ing her seventh birthday. son, visited relatives in Louisville last refreshments were servod and an enweek. joyable evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meador have re The Invited guests were: Margaret turned from a visit to relatives at Glen Newsome, Elenora Martin, Francis Dean. Martin, Dell Kile, Anna Elizabeth Mrs. Williams, of Hawesvllle, was Keith, Catherine Keith, Marlon Lishen, the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs..T. Addie Bell Couch, Mary Dee Hill, F. Sawyer. Luclle Uambleton, Cathesine Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Thurraan Hook, of Artella Bowne, Marion Behen, Cecelia Howell, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. McCracken, Dorothy May, Catheryn Conrad, Charlie Lee Hamman, Mildred Ridley Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hararaan and Morrison and Carrie May Jackson; son, Robert, are visiting relatives in Billy Pbelps, John McGavock, Hugh B. Severs, James Franklin Rldgeway, Stephensport. Lafayette Reid, Charlie Reld, Marlon F. D. Ferry returned to Mr. and Mrs. Clay Roff, David Conrad, David BeLouisville Sunday after being the guests hen, Harry Hamilton, Charles K. of relatives here. Penick, Melba Sifford and Chas. Dorst. I ! 1 Foote-Hardawa- Wanted Timothy Hay. man, 67, and Mrs. Mary Ttowland, 47, VANTKI)-- A cur lnnd of Timothy liny nt were united In marriage at the Green once. Oull or write tli Ilurdlnshurg River hotel In that city. Before the 1.1 very ui iiiiruinsuurg, Ky. marriage ceremony both signed a marFor Sale House and Lot, Etc. riage contract that the bride was to llnuso receive a child's portion of the estate, COIt SALEJliittlngly.nnd lot and out build- Ky., miles from Clo Inns In in the event she outlived Boatman. verpnrt. ooou loeiitlnn for u doctor for particulars write Nut Tan I. llurriinsliur? Boatman was married to his third wife ICy 3. ltnuto No. just a year ago, and in his petition for divorce he alleged she abandoned him For Sale Pair of Ponies three weeks after the ceremony. COi; jJALR Pair of match ponies, good drivers und Two men were killed instantly and Iili'liard McAtee. iiiutcli lit sl?u mid color Stephensport. Ky. three others stunned when a bolt of For Sale Milch Cow. lightning struck a eanoe near LouisA extra irood M licit Cow. Apville under which they had taken shel :OI! SA ply to .Mrs. Cli.ts. Holder. ter on Goose Island during a severo electrical storm. Those killed were For Sale Large and Small Farms Jasper Needy, C5 years old, and Jacob COIt SAl.K- - A number of largo and small Joseph Benson, 23. The Injured are farms: 50 Ui GOO acres each. Fur partleu. In Wni. Adklsson, Ihirillnsliurg, Ky,, Iiarrimorc, Charles Hunger and John or rs write I), s'entuii, Cloverport, Ky. .mines Benson. The men composed a fishing party which had spent the day in the waters below the falls, and were caught on the Island when the storm bore down upon them. Fayette County's road specifications involving the expenditure of $300,000 for the rehabilitation of the public 56-- J Cloverport, Ky. road system of the county, drawn after Telephone much deliberation and discussion by the Fayette County Road Commission, have been approved In every detail by It. C. Terrell, Road Commissioner Attorney-at-Lathereby guaranteeing Fayette County prostate aid on its road construction Real Kstate Sold and Exchanged gram and allowing Judge F. A. Bul- Dst-ils- , Contracts, Ktc. , Prepared and lock to proceed with the work of acknowledged. awarding contracts. It Is expected Kentucky that the work will bo under way by Clovcrport, & I Q O 3& X .O OUR NEW BUILDING is thoroughly equipped with new special machinery for quick und serviceable work. OUR GENERAL REPAIR SHOP r is ready for nil kinds of repair work Automobile, Gas nnd 5 Steam Ktisrines, Tnnk Work, Fiirin Machinery of nil kinds. (jaoline Boats and General Blacksmith Work. 11 X OUR FOURDRY DEPARTMENT can do all kinds of Casting, either from your pattern or we can miiki! you a pattern from your drawings or blue piints, and at prices far le-- s than in tho larger cities. 1 Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent I CLOVERPORT BOAT & MANUFACTURING incorpiiruti'd CO. Dentist Cumb. Long Distance Phone No. 10. CLOVERPORT, KY. V. G. BABBAGE a. X. HOBEN IIARUINSBURG, KY. Funeral Director and Embalmer I will handle work county ami at Juno 15. L. II. Bellbaum, the Cornishvlllo druggist, and his wife were lishing in Chaplin River, near Harrodsburg. and had tli r own in their lines about fifteen feet aDart in the water. A fish grabbed Mr. Bellbaum's hook and drew his cork under, and a few seconds later Mrs. Bellbaum's cork bobbed out of sight. It developed that a big catfish weighing several pounds had caught Mr. Bellbaum's bait and started swimming down the stream when It saw Mrs. Bellbaum's bait dangling temptingly near and grabbed that also, and both hooks caught the greedy fish. Corporal Davis Marksbury, who was DETECTIVES TI11? r WANTED! it CAMCKTS, ? 1 this litn anywhere in Bit'ekinndtri rates. UOHBS and HU1MAL SUITS of all kinds in n Teeth Cleaning is a cleanly habit, but we all see cases of the cleanest mouths and much caries, and often no caries in the dirtiest, we must look for a constitutional condition as our enemy and not a local one. Those who helped entertain were: T. F. Sawyer, Mrs, Martin Penick, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer, Misses Susette and Frances Sawyer, Jane Sawyer, Mary Gibson and Mildred Babbage; Messrs. Eldred Trumbo and June Lawson. Mrs. Many Attend Services at Baptist Church Sunday, For Special Care Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg, Oltlct Kentucky, & oier Bank ol Hirdlniburg Trull Co. Row A. N. Couch delivered splendid sermons, both morning mid evening, nt the Baptist church The evening service County. Sunday. , was well intended, thoru being no Evidences ore multiplying that tho tobacco dealers expect tho demand for other services in town. tha weed next season to exceed tho rendered special se- supply, according to dispatches from The choir lections, which wore very much Hopklnsvllje. For the tlrst timo In hlstorx offers are being made to grow- enjoyed. fl Dcaton-Callahn- killed by Villa bandits, near Cruces, Mex., was the son of Thomas Marks-burwho llvoi about four miles from Harrodsburg. Ills father is the owner of the famous old Shawnee Springs farm. Corporal Marksbury was 27 years old nnd spent a furlough with his parents and other Mereer county relatives about six months ago. Ills early training was received at the Columbus (O.) barracks, and he was later transferred to Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., from where he was sent with the first troops to the Mexican border. Reports from Winchester state that Fletcher Deaton, the soventy-year-ol- d Breathitt County feud leader, was taken to the State Reformatory to serve a life sentence following a conviction on a charge of complicity In the assassination of Sheriff Ed. Callahan, Jackson, several years ago. Deaton's ease has been carrltl through all of the statu courts and into the Supremo Court of the United Slates, where his appeal was refused. Deaton la said to be the last of tho leaders of feud the celebrated that waged for years In Breathitt two-week- s' iiiiii uiii k Will Oe I Oil 11(1 III Illy UMiiuiiniiiiiiMii ui. ni Agency will 00 Mil or applications for membership from certain localities in Kentucky. Wo look after Criminals, the purpose of rccniltliiK new srars for Collect Names ,and Addresses of the Kcret'ii. Mrs. Golden was prevailed the tobacco crop will bo, the Iarr-e.in the history of tho county, Farmers, &c. Collect debts and upon liy her friends to allow her name furnish commercial reports to busi- to be entered, which she did, sendltiK and that .S" per cent, of it is Wo pay salary and a photograph and wrltlni; a letter Riv already set. There is a line crop ness concerns fees. For full particulars wiite. ing her reasons for wishing to bcconii of jrniss and clover. Farmers are a motion picture actress as requested, piittinj; in their best licks and VA. & TENN. DETECTIVE AGENCY Darbourvllle feels proud to have tho taking advantage of the seasonIncorporated prettiest woman out of 132,000 In tho able weather. Uristol Tenn.-VMahoney HId(j. United States and Canada who submit Tlioro are more hogs, cattle, ted their photographu In this contest, crop Is planted to taV.e and Mrs. t'olden's friends feel confl sheep, horses and mules roaming crs before the nil tho tobacco rnlsed at $7 to $S per dent that she will uiccocd In her the beautiful fields of clover and career before tho camera. 100 pounds. The. planters are expectgrass than for many years. If ing hip prices next year, in view of tho there isn't a bumper crop raised government reports showing a short-agTo the Public. Incident to tho European war, and in this county there is nothing in "I have been usinc Chamberlain's they are putting out all of tho plants they can get hold of. the Tablets for Indigestion for the past appearances. Heard Hros. have eel out 100 news of the shortage was not widely six months, and it alTords me pleasure spread until it was too lato to procure to say I have n,ver used a remedy that ncres of tobacco; havo 150 acres plants in abundance. did me so much good. Mrs. C. V.. in corn, all plowed over tho secA. W. Davles, a son of Uywel Riley, lllion, N. Y. Chamberlain's ond time. former business agent at the Tablets are obtainable everywhere. t'nlvorslty of Kentucky, was awarder; Green Hros. last week tho prize of $100 offered to tho honor planting their crop of 050 acres of to Dinner Party. Entertain student making the honorary engicorn. neering fraternity, Tan lleta PI, at Mrs. Wieklill PoIIiiven enterthe annual Initiation banquet of tha The Hardinsburg Mill and Elea number of her friends, to fraternity. Tho prize of flvo $20 tained gold pieces was given by D. R a dinner party Thursday at her vator sold 5,000 bushels of corn The invited lnt week to Louisville parties. Crawford, superintendent of motive homo on tho hill. pov ir of tho Pennsylvania lines wpt rtus.stfj woic: Mrs. J. Hyrno Heard Hros. uro feeding 100 of Pittsburgh, here for the silver Severs, Mrs. Ben Hidjroway, Airs. head of hogs. They sold last exercises of tho College of Me- Shulby Conrad, Mrs, Harry chanical and Electrical Engineering. Mrs. I j. It. Itamp, Miss week throe loads and are shipping At tho banquot Richard C. Stoll, n visLula Severn and Miss Mitrjraret 0110 loud of hogs and ono loud of itor, offered $100 for noxt year's prize and Jlr. Crawford ofTered S100 for the Hum. lambs this week. Thoy havo 1,000 prize tho following year. Iambs and sheep bought for Juno Stock and Crops. Mrs. lllauclio Halo Golden, aged 24, and July delivery. of Darbourvllle, has been selected out The outlook for jjood crops in of 132,000 applicants as tho winner of Jurhoo & Skillman shipped a the "Beauty and Hralns" contest which this county whs never bettor, in loud of hogs last week tit $0.30. has Just come to a close. The contest many years. Corn is nearly all was held by tho World Film Corpora- nluntud and nlowcd over, und U Tho load brought thom nearly tion, a motion picture syndicate, for lookino; lino. It is estimated that $1,500. under.-igiu--d .. .. .....t . 11 -t a. How-over- , Da-vie- lini-die- Now-som- e, THE PRINCE OF GRAUSTARK By GEORGE BARR M'CUTCHEON Author o( "Qraustark," Beverly of Graustark," Etc Coprrlfht, I9U, by Oodd. Mead and Company i CHAPTER XX. Plngarl's. TklNOAIirs la the Jumping off place. at L corner It standselbowtheInsharp the of an mountain, with an almost sheer drop of a thousand fect into the quarries below. A low roofed, rambling building, once used as a troop house for nomadic lighting men who came from all parts of the principality on draft by feudal barons In the days before real law obtained. Hobbs drove bravely into the courtyard, shouted orders to a couplo of hostlers and descended from the box. Robin followed an attendant through a door, down a narrow hallway, up a flight of stairs and out another door upon a small portico, sheltered by a heavy canvas awning. Two men wcro standing at tho railing, looking down upon tho impressionistic lights of the sunken city. Tho prince drew back, his face hardening. At the sound of his steps the two mon turned, stared at him intently for an instant and then deliberately strodo past him, entered the door and disappeared. Tho person In brass buttons followed them. A soft, gurgling laugh fell upon his ears a laugh of pure delight. Ho whirled about and faced one who was no longer alone. She was seated at the solitary little table In the corner. He sprang toward her with a glad cry, expecting her to rise. She remained seated, her hand extended. "My dear, dear Bedella," he murmured. "I had almost given you up. Three long days havo I waited for I "Yes, Marie," came in muffled tones from the depths of the cab. "Mme. Gaston returns long ago. She is beside herself. She is like a maniac. She has lost you; sho cannot explain to to mademoiselle's father. Mon dleu, when he met her unexpectedly in tho hall ho shouts, 'Where is my daughter?' And poor madame she lias but to shiver and stammer and run away! Qui Sho dash out into tho rain! It Is terrible. She- "Bcdclla broke in upon this Jumbled recitation. "Where havo wo been, Robin? Where aro we now?" "Where are we, Hobbs?" "Wo are Just getting back to the Inn of tho Stars, sir descending, you might say, sir," said Hobbs. "Drive on, confound you." Tho door slammed, and tho final block was covered In so short a time that Robin's final kiss was still warm on Bedclia's lips when the gallant cab rolled up to tho portals of the Inn of tho Stars. Mr. Blithers had had a trying day of It. Besides other annoyances, his wifo raked him over tho coals for what sho was pleased to call his senseless persistence In the faco of what she regarded as unalterable opposition on the part of the cabinet and house of nobles. And so It was that Mr. Blithers, feeling in need of cheer, arranged a littlo dinner for that evening at the Inn of the Stars. He invited his prin cipal London lawyer and his wife, also his secondary London lawyer, his French lawyer and two attractive young women who it appears were related to tho latter, although at qulto a distance, and then concluded that it was best to speak to his own wlfo about tho littlo affair. She said she couldn't even think of going. Maud might arrive that very night, and sho certainly was not going out of the hotel with such an event as that In prospect. "But Simpson's wife is coming," protested Mr. Blithers, "and Peri- cault's cousins. Certainly you must come. Jolly littlo affair to liven us up a bit. Now, Lou" "I am quite positive that Lady Simpson will chango her mind when sho hears that Pcrlcault's cousins aro going," Enid Mrs. Blithers acidly. Ho thought for a moment. "If that's Di:nio privilege?" Ho gave a great sigh of relief. tho case, Lou, you'll havo to come, If my reputation," he said. "You aro right." ho Bald. "It Is my only to save I didn't think It of Perlcault." turn to confess. I havo known for Mrs. Blithers relented. Sho went to Vnany days that you aro not Bedella tho dinner, and so did Lady Simpson, jiillo. Wo aro quits." desplto Pcrlcault's cousins, and the Sho laughed softly. only ones In tlio party who appeared "It doesn't matter,"' he whispered to bo uneasy were the couBlns hoarsely. "I don't euro what happens to me, Bedella, I I shall never glvo Tho millionaire's tablo was placed you up. You are worth all tho kingIn tho verj center of tho dining room doms in the world. You are the loveand plates were laid for eight. At liest, moat adorable" "Hush! Mrs. Gaston Is inside," she the last mlnuto Mr. Blithers ordered Informed him quickly. "I do not come tho number Increased to nine. them-fccjvcs. "I have never broken a promise. Rex," she said coolly. "It Is you who are to bo commended, not I, for you Bee I was coming to Graustark anyway. I should not havo been surprised If you had failed me, sir. It is a long way from Vienna to this out of the way" "Tho most distant spot In the world would not have been too far away to cause an Instant's hesitation on my part." Bald he, dropping into the chair opposite her. "But your personal affairs your business," she protested. "Can you neglect it yo" "My business Is to find happiness," eald lie. "I should be neglecting it indeed If I failed to pursuo tho only means of attaining it. You aro happiness, Bedella." "What would you sacrifice for happiness?" she asked softly. "All else In tho world," he replied steadily. "If I were a king my icalm should go if it stood between mo and you, Iledella." "Walt wait just for a moment," sho said, with dilllculty steadying her voice. "This night may fee tho end of our adventure. Ilex. Let us think well before wo say that It Is over. I know, if you do not, that a great deal depends upon what we are to say to each other tonight. You vill ask mo to be your wife. Are you sure that you appreciate all that It means to you and to your future If I should say yes to that dear question?" He looked at her intently. "What do you know, Bedella?" "I know that you aro the Prince of Graustark and that it is ordained that you shall wed ono whose station la tho' equal of your own. You must think well, dear Rex, beforo you ask Bedella Guile to bo your wife." "You know that I am" he began dully, and then stood up, leaning far over tho table, a penetrating look In his eyes. "How long havo you known, Bedella?" "Since tho second day out on the Jupiter," sho replied serenely. Ho slowly resumed his scat, overwhelmed. Sho had played with Iilm. Sho had defied him! "I know what you aro thinking, Rex," she said, almost pleadingly. "You aro thinking 111 of me, and you are unjust. It was as fair for mo as it was for you. Wo played a cautious same. You set about to win my lovo as you saw fit, my friend, and am I to be condemned If I exercised the you. You" alono. An "hour ago the Inn becamo qulto Impossible as a trystlng place A small party from tho Rcgengotz arrived for dinner. Can you guess who Is giving tho dinner? Tho great and only William W. Blithers, sir, who comes to put an obstinate daughter upon the throne of Graustark, whether sho will or no." "Did ho sco you?" cried Robin. "No," sho answered, with a mis chievous gleam In her eyes. "Hide and seek Is a bully game," said he. "It can't last much longer, Bedella. I think it is only right that wo should go to your father and tell him that everything Is all right. There Is nothing to bo gained by further secrecy." Sho was watching him closely. "Arc you, after all Is said and done, suro that you want to marry tho daughter of William Blithers, in the faco of all tho bitter consequences that may follow such an net?" "Aro you through?" he asked, transfixing her with a determined look. Well, then, I'll answer you. I do want to marry you, and, more than that, I mean to marry you. I love" "You may tell me, Robin, as wo nro driving back to tho inn together not here, not now," sho said softly, the lovcllght In her eyes. Happiness blurred his vision. Long afterward, as they were preparing to lcavo Plngarl's, sho said to him: "My father is at the inn, Robin. I ran away from him tonight because I wanted to be suro that our adven ture was closed beforo I revealed my self to him. Take me to him now, Robin, and mako tho miracle com plete." His fingers caressed her warm check as he adjusted tho collar of tho long coat about her throat and chin. Her eyes were starry bright, her red lips were parted. "My princess!" he whispered ten derly. "My princess!" "My prince!" she said, so softly that tho words barely reached his ears. "We have proved that Love Is the king. Ho rules us all. Ho laughs nt locksmiths and fathers but he docs not laugh at sweethearts. Come, "lime. Gaston returns long ago. He handed her into tho cab a mo ment later and drew the long, deep breath of one who goes down Into deep water. Then he followed after her. Tho attendant closed tho door. Hobbs was a dependable fellow. He drove far out of tho way, passing the Inn of the Stars twice at a lively clip, and might have gone on forever in his shuttlecock enterprise had not tho excited voice of a woman hailed hlrn from tho sidewalk. "Stop! Attendez! You! Man!" Ho pulled up with a jerk. Tho drip ping figure of Marie ran up from behind. "My mistress? Where is she?" panted tho girl. "In heaven," said Hobbs promptly. whereupon Marie pounded on the glass window of tho cab. Robin quickly opened the door. "Wha-w- hat Is It?" may put In an appearance," he explained to Lady Simpson. "I havo left word nt tho hotel for her to como up If by any chanco she happens to arrlvo on tho evening train." "Haven't you heard from her, Mr. Blithers?" Inquired tho austero lady, regarding the top of his head with an Illy directed lorgnon. "Wo have," said he, "but not definitely." Two hours later Mr. Blithers looked at his watch again. The party was qulto gay; nt least 60 per cent disorderly. "That train has been In for an hour," said tho host. "I guess Maud didn't como. I loft word for tho hotel to call me up If sho arrived." "I also told 'em to send up nny telegram that might come," ho Informed his wife, who merely lifted her eyebrows. They had been lowered pere ceptibly In consequence of the of Perlcault's cousins. Tho vivacious young women were attracting a great deal of nttcntion to their table. Smart diners in the Immediate neighborhood appeared to be a trifle shocked. Three dignified looking gentlemen seated near tho door got up and left tho room. "Wo really must bo going," said Mrs. Blithers nervously. "All right," said Mr. Blithers. "Call the cars up, waiter." Out In the wide, brilliantly lighted foyer a few lato stayers were wait ing for their conveyances to be an nounced. As tho four departing mem bers of tho Blithers party grouped themselves near tho big doors, impatient to be off, a brass buttoned boy came up and delivered a telegram to the host. He was on the point of tearing open tho envelope when his eyes fell upon two people who had Just entered the hall from without, a man and woman clad in raincoats. At tho samo instant the former saw Mr. Blithers. Clutching his companion's arm, ho directed her attention to tho millionaire. "Now for it, Bedella," he whispered excitedly. Bedella gazed calmly at Mr. Blithers, and Mr. Blithers gazed blankly at tho Prince of Graustark. Then the great financier bowed very deeply and called out: "Good evening, prince!" Ho received no response to his polite greeting, for tho prince was staring at Bedella as if stupefied. Tho millionaire's face was very red with mortification as ho turned it away. "He ho doesn't recognize you," gasped Robin in amazement. "Who?" sho asked, her eyes searching the room with an eager, Inquiring look. "Your father," he said. Sho gave him a ravishing, delighted smile. "Oh, It is so wonderful, Robin. I have fooled you completely. That man isn't my father." "That's Mr. Blithers, or I am as blind as a bat," he exclaimed. "Is It, Indeed? Tho ono reading tho telegram, v.ith his eyes sticking out of his head?" Robin's head was swimming. "Good heavens, Bedella, what are you" "Ah!" she cried, with a littlo shriek of joy. "Seel There he is!" One of the three distinguished men who had been remarked by Mrs. Blithers now separated himself from his companions and approached tho couple. He was a tall, handsome man of fifty. Although his approach was swift and cuccr. there were in his face tho signs of wrath that still struggled against joy. She turned quickly, laid her band upon the prince's rigid arm and said softly: "My father is tho Prlnco of dear." "My daughter ebul-HencDaws-berge- and Mr. 1 they e turned Taylor Haynes. Prom to Houston, Miss, there SOME GOLF TERMS. Dis- Mrs J II. Trent, Jr., attended the commencement exercises of the St Hen edict Academy, Louisville, of which her daughter, Miss Alice Koss Trent, is n pupil. The Odd Kcllow's Lodge and Woman's Cemetery Association held decoration services at the cemetery Sunday alter noon. The collection taken will be used to start an endowment fund for the pur pose of taking care of the cemetery Ilrooks Hardin, who has been attending the Kentucky Western College at Winchester, returned home last week. He was accompanied home by Crook Brown, of Hnrrodsburg, and Kelly Stone, of Sturgls They "hiked" it from Winchester to Louisville, where they had to consult a "chiropodist" who sent them home by the Ohio route. Meade County Messenger, Poisons Rttained in the body causes rheuma tism, scrofula, malaria, constipation, blood poison. Number 40 For The Blood expels poisons from the bddy and cures blood poison in its worst form. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. gruntled Player. Bunker A protuberance on tho face of nature rising up out of tho sldo of a sandy depression, designed to ruin the pleasure of golf, to test tho of tho player nml to servo ns nn Inspiration for philologists, nmntcur nml professional, In tho making of new and original contributions to tho world's stores of profane speech. Luck The good piny of your competitor and tho bad play of yourself. Driver A contrlvnnco consisting of a long, flexible shaft, nt the end of which Is affixed a wooden heml of tho thickness of that of n rural detective, designed to propel n golf ball Into tho nearest difficulty within reach nt a single stroke, whereby tho Irrltntlon of the player and tho risibilities of the spectators may bo materially enhanced. Tee An elevated bit of earth upon which golfers arc expected to stand and make nn exhibition of themselves for the delectation of pnsscrsby. Ball A small white object, sometimes spherical In shape, manufactured and sold In largo quantities nt a high price, for tho purposo of being lost in long grnss or on sldo bets at so much per hole, according to tho sporting proclivities of tho bettors. Life. ZULU ELEPHANTS ALL GONE. Token From the Dictionary of a r cTtaulI l. insurance unice Cloverport, Kentucky I Fire.j L 0 crhtnincr Tor- D nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health h Insurance. Old Reliable Companies' Henrj Trent IJ. W.Trent iP.ILDa.li j J Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I t HUES RUN. of j Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. L. V. Chapln and Wllburn Chapln, Cloverport, were visitors at L. L. Waggoner's Sunday. Misses Ruth and Edith Dowell, of New Dethel, were guests of Mrs. Irvln Beavin from Saturday until Monday. Miss Margaret Atwood, of Louisville, Is spending her two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewi's itwood. James Waggoner is buying hay and straw for the Casler Hay and Grain Co., Louisville. Mrs. Sam Taul came Tuesday to be the guest of her son, Frank Walker, for an indefinite visit. Rev Russell Walker filled his last appointment here Saturday and Sun day and was called to preach here for the ensuing vear. Mr. and Mrs John Elder and chil dren were guests of Frank Walker and wife Tuesday night. Mrs. Charlie Smart entertained to dinner Sunday, Misses Edith Hen- drickson, Ressle and Bessie Miller, Edith and Ruth Dowell; Carl Hatfield and S. B. Hendrickson. Little Misses Julia and Ida Mildred May are the guests of their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Beavin. Misses Francis and Margaret Atwood, Ollie and Dora Waggonerspent Thursday night with Mrs. J. B Smart. Miss Edith Hendrickson and Sam Hendrickson entertained a number of their friends to an ice cream supper Saturday night. Dugugugu forest and along the Unfolozl, but It was diminished by Inces sant hunting until Cetewnyo one day finally drove It nway forever. The chief used to make medlclno of certain por tions of tbclr bodies. On the occasion referred to be organ ized a. mighty drive in which two elephants were killed and many wounded. One of the latter turned and trampled one of his pursuers to a pulp. It was this animal, which was captured then. whose death marked tho vanishing of the animals from the country. The remainder of the herd broke away, and thereafter none of them was see again In Zululnnd. New York Times. Genuine Sardines. Not One Left In the Land That Used to Be Their Paradise. There Is not a single elephant left In tho whole of Zululaud, n country that was onco a vcrltnblo paradise for the ponderous animals. The Inst of them, onco a mighty creature, was found dead somo tlrao ago on a farm on 'tho banks of tho Unfolozl river, where be had lived slnco the early part of the reign of the great Chief Cetewnyo. An Immense herd onco roamed the Commercial Supplies For the Business Man at This Office. 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Stock are continually expoied to cuts, wounds, scratches, etc. The man who is prepared has his healing remedy on hand to stop all chances of blood poison. Karris' Healing Remedy Is Highly Antiseptic. It is economical. One jOc bottle makes $2.00 worth of a healing oil or ointment. Money refunded If you are not satisfied. For sale at Wedding's Drug Store. BRANDENBURG Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Casper and little sou arc visiting friends in Louisville and Iledford, Ind. Mrs, Alice Lambert, who lias been the guest of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. J H, Trent, Jr., returned to Wolf Creek Sun day. Mrs. Lula Crntcher Meers, aged 43, wife of J. H. Meers, died of Ilrights disease Saturday, May 20, at her home In Louisville. Wednesday from 3 to 5 p, 111. the Woman's Gluh was entertained by Mrs. J. M. Hardin, The lesson study upon the life of Sir Walter Scott was conducted by the teacher, Mrs. II. K. Ditto. Mr. and Mrs, Ick Haynes spent last week in Louisville with his parents, Mr, Genuine sardines arc the young of the pilchard. Their name comes from the fact that they arc most numerous off the coast of Sardinia. They swim in the spring In shoals containing millionsfish shaped shoals ten miles long and a half mile wide. The sardines are netted and taken at onco to the shore. There they nro washed, scraped and sprinkled with salt. Tho snlt is soon removed, the heads and gills cut off and there is another washing. Then, on beds of green brush, the fish are dried in the sun. Next they are boiled in olive oil till cooked thoroughly. The Stomach Troubles packers women always take them now and pack them In the and Constipation. we all know, filling up each tin boxes box with boiling oil, llttlng on the lid and mak"I will cheerfully say that Chamber ing tho box air Iain's Tablets are the most satisfactory joints together tight by soldering the with a jet of hot steam. remedy for stomach troubles and conthirty-fou- r stipation that I have sold in A Seat In Parliament. years' drug store service," writes S. Lord Chesterfield in 1707 lamented H. Murphy, druggist, Wellsburg, N. Y tho Increased price of seats in tho BritObtainable everywhere. ish parliament There was a boom In trade, and prices went up. Chesterfield was ambitious for his son, and Teachers Elected for when Chatham's promise of n seat Division Number Two came to nothing ho went marketing. he failed to find n Breckenridge County. And spoke to n boroughsingle bargain. "I Jobber," ho Pursuant to the call of the chair- wrote to his son, "ami offered five and man, the trustees of Educational Di- twenty hundred pounds for n secure seat In parliament, but he laughed at vision No. 2 of Breckenridge county, my offer and said there was no such met at Cloverport, Ky June 3, 1010, thing as a borough to bo had now, for for the election of teachers for the I5 the rich East and West Indians had in said division and alsj secured them nil nt the rate of 3,000 at least, but many at 4,000 nud two or for colored school at Cloverport. The following teachers were duly three that ho knew nt 5.000. This, I confess, has vexed mo n good deal." elected: No. 1, New Bethel, Jess Walls. Learning Hie Lesson. No. 2, Balltown, Mrs. W. C. Pate. The man whose house was next door No. :t, Hazel Dell, Ivan Jolly. was scraping nn acquaintance with the No. I, Hickory Lick, no election. man who had Just moved In. No. 5, Plsgah, F. M. C. Jolly. "I see you hnve an automobile," he No. (i, Hardins, Mlna Pate said. "I suppose you will use the barn No. 7, Hltes Run, Alike Waggoner. as a garage." "Yes: I expect to use It as a No. 8, Persimon Flat, Augusta responded tho new neighbor. O'Bryan. This held him for a minute or two, No. 9, Holt, Eldred Cart. snd then ho made another overture. No. 10, Floods, Forrest Thornhlll. "Tho man that lived here last year," No. 11, Tuckers, Eliza Basham. be said, "used his back yard as a cab. No. 12, Tarfork, no election. babzh patch." Pittsburgh Times. No. 13, Sample, Owen D. Laslie. No. 14, Tauls, no election, Startling Information. No. 15, McGavocks, no election. Dear Ed Tho menu In one of our Silas Dean was elected principal of leading hostclrles states, 'Our suckling the Cloverport Colored School and pigs aro strictly milk fed,' which Is an Important piece of news to mc, for I Roberta Morris assistant. was always under the impression that D. S. Miller, Secretary. suckling pigs wcro brought up on maple sirup. C. M. S. Detroit Free Press. 5 Tension Certificates, three for 10 Cents sheets of Typewriter Paper, en, legal size, price 12 5 Cents Printed Stationery including Statements and Sale Books. Engraved cards, 50 with new plate plate, script, price $1.25 Printing new cards from old plate, 100 for $1.00 Mail orders filled promptly. Jno.D.Babbage Cloverport, Ky. TOBINSPORT N. B. Sanders spent Saturday and Sunday in Tell City with his son, Clyde. Miss Mary Earles is visiting Mioses Hess and Goflinet in Tell City. Misses Ella Leaf .mil Hmli Wml,r. rholt, who are attending school at Oak land City, spent Sunday with home-fol- ks. The Ladles' Aid of the M. E. church will give a social in the basement of the schoolhouse Saturday night. Several attended the Cotton Blossom show at Cloverport on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kinder, Jr., and daughter, of Cloverport, spent the week end with Mrs. McFall. Born, on May 20, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawkins, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Damra, of Dodd, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Conrad Bivin, Messrs. Heiczle, Werner and Kreisle, Tell City, were up Sunday in their machines. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, of of Cloverport, ferried their Ford over La Grippe and Fever Cured. "Your Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic cured my husband of LuGrippe and Fevr after other remedies failed." LULA C. ROACH, Drlfton, Flu. Sold by Wedding's Drug Store. A Nice Back Yard Garden. W, N. Holt, Irviugton, has one of the finest back yard gardens in the county. It Is a small plot, but he has everything In the vegetable line growing, besides beautiful flowers and quite a variety of small fruits. . Mr. Holt's bobby is fine tomatoes and he grows them of the finest quality. After a Big Haul. "Bluks used to be daft on tho subject of burled treasure. What's ho up to tored to Cannelton Sunday. now?" Mr. and Mrs. Sara Conrad, of Clover "He's got up 1111 expedition to Asia Minor to try to find tho placo where port, vls'ted at the Sheldon home Sun Methuselah stored his birthday pres- day. ents." No. 40 for the Blood The Exchange. "In. what Is tho Stock Exchange?" Expels scrofulous humors from the "The Stock Exchange, my son, Is a tilncu whern 11 mini Is nnfc ta Airohnntrn blood, which' causes constipation, ma n stock of money for a stock of expe laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pirn ... . utug . . ... . r. Pcs, eic. uet 11 at weuaing's H rience." uoston Transcript Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Pnllurcs are with heroic minds tho xtcpplug stones to success. Sunday and motored to Cannelton, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Groves, and Messrs. Snyd-- r and Blaine Groves mo- Read our "Want Ads." DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS poo- l- And now everything is perfectly clear to Father wvArr .( ,i vvAj-r.nc- ; to o. jSmPn r UOOK OUT v AH T 0f 6wkg. C5 xiSsW I PLAN OikLBe " THE SERVANTS ' tVT). lfffiJLr1- 1 11 OF THE REPUBLICANS T UNCERTAIN Large Number of Possibilities and Attitude of Progressives Add to the Interest. I III PARTY'S History of Some Other Nota- Lincoln's b!e Gatherings In Nomination 1860 Came as a Surprise. o o i z ., It was hush feTi on the convention. sixteenth national convention known that Lincoln was cither nomthe Itcpuhllcnn party, which inated or very close to it. The count In (lie Coliseum In Clilca-- showed him to be but two and a half go on .lime 7, will no one or tue votes short of a majority, with 231V. most Interesting and exciting gather- votes. 180 for Seward and 50 scatterings ever held hy that party. Excite- ing. ment will ho Intensified because of the At this Juncture Chairman Carter of uncertainty of the nominee. When the the Ohio delegation mounted a ehalr first hallot Is taken there will be a ami called out, "I rlso to announce the dozen men voted, for, any one of whom change of four votes from Ohio from may subsequently be the fortunate one. Mr. Chnse to Abraham Lincoln." A gave It Is conceded tliat nil of these liave a soon as It was realized that thisuproar Lincoln tho nomination nn chance, some better than others. Another thing that tends to add In- broke forth. An Immense charcoal terest Is the attitude of the Progressive likeness of Lincoln was unrolled from party. The split of 1912 Is vividly re- the rear gallery, and the entire audicalled. Will the two factions get to- ence and convention, with tho excepIngether this year, or will there again be tion of the New York delegation, dulged in the wildest enthusiasm for a third ticket? reThe history of tills spilt Is well some minutes. When order was changes that known. Theodore Roosevelt, who had stored there were other15.71. served one term of his own and three gave Lincoln n total of and a half years of McKlnley'a second Ingersoll on Blaine. term after the lattcr's assassination, When the Itepubllcau convention II.' William unqualifiedly Indorsed at Cincinnati in 1S7(5 I'lahie was Tuft, then secretary of state, for presimajority of the have dent In 100S. Mr. Tnft was overwhelm- thought tosurely n safe for him. As n matter (iclegatcs ingly elected. of fact, he did receive the votes of a Break Four Years Ago. majority of the delegates, but not on The convention of 1912 approached. any one hallot. Many delegates wore Roosevelt was then an avowed candi- held hy Instructions or other complicadate. While he had not served two tions from registering their real wishes, and there was probably not a mocomplete terms, the third term argument against naming blm was raised. ment when, had they all been free to A bitter tight over seating the contest- act ns they chose, he could not have ed delegations was raised. Finally n received a large majority. The speech of Robert G. Ingersoll majority of delegates with Taft proclivities were seated and the voting placing Rlalne in nomination will go started. On the first ballot Taft re- down In history as a most eloquent of convention oratory. When ceived C01 votes and Roosevelt 107. A few others were scattered between the speaker finished the stirring tribute Hughes of New York, I.a Toilette of to the "plumed knight" even the oppoWisconsin and Cummins of Iowa. nents of the Maine statesman were However, there were 341 delegates stirred to enthusiasm In spite of themThe audience and delegates who, vexed at the manner tho contests selves. Insettled, refused to vote for rose as one man, those who bore had been structions for other candidates vlelng any candidate. with Iilalue's most steadfast supportColonel Itoosevclt then organized the ers In paying him the compliment of Progressive party, was declared the unrestrained applause. If n ballot hnd nominee for president and In the elec- been reached that day it is doubtful If tion the following November received nny power could have prevented a larger popular vote than did Taft, Blaine's nomination. It was at this tho nominee of the regular Republican critical Juncture that some of the cool-c- r party. The vote then was us follows: headed of the leaders reWoodrow Wilson, Democrat, 0,203,019; sorted to extreme tactics to save the Itoosevclt, Progressive, 4,110,-DO- day. They had the gas clandestinely Theodore William II. Taft, Itepubllcau, cut oft from tho convention hall, so . Wilson received 435 votes that when night came on adjournment In tho electoral college. Roosevelt 83 was forced by tho darkness. and Taft only 8. Overnight the opposing forces reThis was tho birth of the Progressive gained their equilibrium and struggled party, which may be amalgamated with desperately for delay. Tho key to tho the Republicans again at tho approach- situation was held by tho Pennsylvaing Chicago convention or which, may nia delegation, which, und?r thu head contlnuo to exist and again name a of Simon Cameron, one of Blaine's bitthird candidate. It will hold a con- terest opponents, wns Instructed to vention in Chicago, also opening on vote for Governor Hnrtranft. At the June 7. end of tho second day of balloting The Republican convention of 18C0 Cameron realized that he could not was one of tho most exciting and sur- bold tho delegates in line much longer. prising ever held. Long before the Ho therefore proposed that tho delegaconvention met it was seen that the tion should contlnuo to support Hurt-ran- f contest very likely lay between Lint only so long ns his vote Increased. coln and Seward. All tho free and When It fell off they wero to bo free to states, with tho addition of vote as they chose. The Blaine memborder Texas, were represented. Tho first bers of tho delegation eagerly accepted two days were taken up with seating this apparently fuvorablo proposal. the delegates and adopting a platform; Cameron, however, who knew arguon tho third tho candidates were- - for- ments that would go with tho southern mally presented without speeches. carpet bag and negro politicians, arSeward was popular, and his cause was ranged to bavo Hartranft's vote Insuperbly managed by Thurlow Weed, crease slightly on each ballot By this one of the shrewdest politicians tho method Hartranft's voto was maincountry has produced. Hut there was tained until tho break to Hayes as a a growing feeling that, much as ho de- compromise candidate enmo on the served of tho party, Seward could not seventh ballot carry such doubtful states as PennsylGrant and Third Term. vania and Indiana. On the morning When tho Republican national conof tho thtrd day Weed, in attempting a Sowurd demonstration, was outwit- vention met at Chicago on June 2, of tho ted. Ho planned n monster parado in 18S0, more than utmost Reward's behalf. Whllo his adherents delegates were found to bo political wero parading tho streets tho Lincoln equally divided Into two managers packed tho enormous Wig- camps. Tho two leaders whom they wam, whero tho convention was held, supported wero General Grant, .who and with their sympathizers. It was u was ti candlduto for a third term,lead-lu- g bold stroke, and it gave tho Lincoln James G. Blaine, who had been a cundldato In 1870. Tho two forces eauso tho powerful aid that an enthuand ably siastic audlcnco alono can give. As wero completely orgnnlzed In chargo the balloting proceeded every voto for ted, Roscoo Colliding being of the Grant forces, while Senator Lincoln was cheered to tho echo. Soward led on tho first two ballots, Halo marshaled tho Blalno cohorts. Grant's opponents wero fully realizbut on tho second his gain was but 10, Lincoln, largely through Penn- ing that in vlow of tho remarkablo while sylvania's support, gained 75. While manifestation of popularity which bad tba third ballot was being counted u been accordod hlm8lnco. his return. In THE 1 '.on-vene- anti-lllaln- o 3,48-l,0."0- three-quarte- the previous fall from n tour of tho world, their best ground of attack was thu opposition to n third term. All attempts to get htm to commit himself ally In IKsO had been answered by Joe Mulhatton, Jr., Tells Why the terse declaration, "l will neither "Chunk Meat" Lewis Didn't nor decline nn Imnglnary thing." Ills supporters took heart, however, Join the Army. nd when the convention met It was vldcnt that his followers were eminBernard Lewis, of Cloverport, known ent of winning. Conkllus u.lopt'M a truculent and ar- to the boys as, "Chunk Meat," went to rogant attitude In the convention pro. Louisville .some time ago thinking he 'I'i'dlir.'s from the very start that stuns would enlist in the V S. Army and go the I'.Ialuo leaders to anger and de- down and help capture Vill.i After he stroyed all possibility of compromise. His' first act In the convention was a passed the examination, the Reeruting play to the galleries and at the same Oilicer says: "Now, young nun, before you take time :i studied Insult "f the Blalno fac. lion. He moved :i resolution binding the oath of allegiance, I'll try you for the delegates to support the nominee of your bravery. Grab that mop stick the convention, whoever he might be. and see how fa't you can tire it at that thus showing a pretended distrust of dirty floor." the lllaiiie following. The resolution Chunk saj.s: "Siv, Mr. Officer, I'm was adopted, but the debate upon It made him so unpopular with the sup- not looking for work, I want to enlist porters of all thu other candidates that In the army." "I see," says the officer, "that you It really made the hope of obtaining recruits for Grant In other directions Im- are not hip to army life if you think it's possible. all play and no work." Garfield Picked Out. At this juncture Chunk began to sing Conkllng's next move was to attempt that little ditty, "I Tnink Hear My to force the unit rule on the convention Father Calling Me." Chunk disapby which hu would have been able to peared around the corner. The bojs cast New York's entire vote for Grant sav now you couldn't arouse Chunk's As It then stood the delegation was di- patriotism with a pitenfork. vided fil for Giant, 17 for Mhllne and 2 for Sherman. James A. Garfield, chairHon. Hob Mattialy, known as Sir man of the committee on rules, reported adversely on this proposal and de- Robert Pell, invited us down last bun-da- y fended his position so ably and eloto look at his tine crop of potato quently as not only to defeat Conk- bugs They were ot thp hard .shell vallng's move, but to make Garfield hlni riety, almost as large as dry land tar self a marked man. to whom the conrepins. We asked liim why the potato could enthusiastically mid vention so bid lor the last ratcfully turn when tired out with the bugs had been Said he didn't know wnat was hopeless struggle. Garfield's closing the reason, unless it was on account of words In defining his position In to the unit rule, that he stood his tile w.ir. ground because lie believed It "to be everlastingly right." not only can-feK. S. Carter hail a sheep claim to go the convention with lilm In the ensiling astray. He took the appraisors, Lawloje. but recurred '.o them with new rence Rush and Roy Heavin up to Torce when his name came before them to look the matter up. Depis a candidate later on. Conkllng's nominating speech was a uty SheiiiT Curt Pate met them there, r.r'sterly nnnmpln of convention ora- as he was the man that preseottd the tory, ranking almost on n plane with ctaim to the Fiscal Court. Curt was ftigcrsoll's speech of four years earlier. appointed investigator, spokesman, u- iIts opening phrase, "When asked whence comes our candidate, our sole Whllo he was speaking tho Harrison response will be, he halls from Appomattox and its famous apple tree." managers observed Colonel Ingersoll caught thu fancy of the galleries and seated on the platform. He was there aroused enthusiasm, but it was very In the Interests of Walter (). Greshain near doggerel. At one of the eveitlng of Indiana, Harrison's most formidable Only the preceding day sessions a demonstration In Grout's opponent. Impressive "full behalf was started that precipitated a thero had been a very pall" parade for Greshani by full half hour of ear breaking enthusi dinner was a diasm, during which tho audience broke Chicago workingnicn. Here man in tho convention song, bauds played, and Conkliug. lemma. Every Into Ingersoll's skill as an orastanding on a eluilr In the center of the hall knew of every one of them had tor. Probably New York delegation, slowly waved read his famous "plumed knight" the state banner back and forth. speech In which ho placed Blaine in Scarcely had this tumult died down nomination at Cincinnati In 1S7U. To when a handsomely dressed woman permit lilm to speak now, even though leaped to the pedestal of a statue of hu should mention Gresliam's name Liberty on the platform and waved a only Incidentally, would bo to Imperil red parasol wildly. Then she caught up Harrison's chances. Tho Harrison the fiag and. winding It about her, leaders held a hurried consultation and called for cheers for Blaine. They dispatched runners to all parts of the "were given with a spirit and vim that building with instructions to stop Inmatched that for Grant n few minutes gersoll at all hazards. earlier. When the watches recorded When Douglass concluded thero were tho fact that the Blaine demonstration cries of "Ingersoll!" "Ingersoll!" Dehad lasted five minutes longer than liberately thu colonel took his place In that for Grant It subsided suddenly. front of tho rostrum. He was given a Grant led on the first ballot with 301 wildly enthusiastic greeting. While tho votes to 2SI for Blaine. 03 for Sher- cheering wns In progress ho stood calmman, 31 for Wnshburno and 30 for Ed- ly wiping his big bald head awaiting munds. After thirty-fiv- e ballots had tho restoration of order. Tho crowd been taken with little or no change the seemed to feel that something unusual When, wus about to happen. It was an anxconvention becamo weary. therefore, the Wisconsin delegation ious moment for the Harrison cohorts. after u caucus decided by a fow votes Ingersoll surveyed his groat audience to throw their support to Garfield It slowly nnd then In a strong, rich voice, was n signal for the stamicdo which each wonl carefully measured, spoke mado Garfield the nominee and ended tho two sentences quoted above. the most dramatic convention struggle The effect was electric. Seventeen words had literally swept tho audience in American history. off its feet. Every man nnd every woHarrison's Shouters. man stood up aud cheered. There were of genuine ap"I am a Republican. I beloug to tho three minutes perhapsbegun to subsldo grandest political body ever organized plause. Then when It tho Harrison clnquers would renew the by tho human raco" continued This was us far as ho was allowed to cheering. These tactics wero attempted Ingersoll proceed In tho last speech Colonel Rob- for five minutes. ert Ingersoll over mado in a national to resume his speech. Immediately his was drowned by the noise, which convention. Tho Republicans had gath- voice proceeded mainly from tho tloor of tho In Chicago lit 1SS8 either to nom-Inered Each time tho coloto James G. Blalno or Benjamin convention hall. to speak tho uproar wns reIn nel tried coaching Harrison. Blalno was newed. At last, after at least half a Scotland with Andrew Carnegie. Tho dozen fruitless attempts to proceed, he convention decided to offer him tho retired In disgust. nomination by cable und tuko a recess A motion to adjourn until 4 o'clock in until n reply was received. This was tho afternoon wus declared carried by about noon. Thero wero fully 12,000 the chairman. When tho convention peoplo In tho big auditorium, and they reconvened a cablegram from Blaine mado It plain that they wanted to hear declining the nomination was read, and from some of tho leading Republican Harrison wus named. orators. It was decided to gratify their wishes. Frederick Douglass, tho negro Itch! Itchl Itch! Scratch! Scratch! orator, was tho first speaker, and what be said was highly pleasing to tho Scratch! The more you scratch, the crowd. He spoke for nearly thirty worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment. minutes For eczema, any skin Itching sOc a box. '3 tomev, eie , and went m irehing up to the court house in a body. County-JudgDowell was standing at t lie foot of the steps. He says: "Say, Curt, you need not be dragging these fellows up here, would't go on their bond for thirty cents." "Well," s.ivs Curt, "if vou don t we will e OR. J.JJil Poli- Prominent Physician and tician of Hancock County, night." h.ie to go to jiil, so good Dies in Owcnsboro. e K:nx. ageo ji.ars, rtililent of Lewisport, Ili.ucuck coui, tj, ihttl Wuliienuay inorr.ing .it II oV!oct at the Citj Hi wIiliu to underwent au operation last week for mastoiditis. Dr. Knox was brought to Oivensboro several days ago nnd taken directly to the hospital, where he remained until his death. The body was taken to Lewisport Wednesday night, accompanied by James H. Kno;j, a son, from Minneapolis, Minn., who arrived In the city Saturday, and by Rev. E. E. Smith, pastor of the Fourth street Presbyterian church of this city, who will conduct the funeral services at the residence of the deceased this afternoon. Interment will be held in the Hawesville cemetery. Dr. Knox is survived bv his wife, two daughters, Mrs. F. T. McGill aud Miss Hawsie Knox, both of Lewisport, and two sons, Jesse, living at Minneapolis, nnd James B. Knox, of Minneapolis. A mother and sister, both of Lewisport, also survive. While tile death of Dr. Knox has been expected for several days, his demise proved a shock to his friends and relatives. Dr. Knox has always been an active figure in political and professional life in this section. For two terms he represeted Hancock county in tile State Legislature. The greater portion of his lime was given wholly to the practice of his profession, of wt.ich he was a leading member. For several years past Dr. Knox has been thu district .surgeon for the L., H. and St. L. railroau. Oweustoro Messenger. The Shamrocks and Railbirds clashed at the ball pirk on Jinnon Avenue, Cloverport, the other day. "Smiles" II ill umpired the game, and Jess Hall and Dryden W'eatherholt were the backstop:. Mike Tucker, known as "Goog," tried to pull off some grandstand plays. He tore his pants, and went home in a barrel. This game will go down In history for long files, Four were picked up in tlu fair grounds at Ilardlnsburg, three at Halllown and two in Tobinsport. "Sharkey" Gregory kept score. Jos Mulhatton, Jr. Dr. 1 J.-'.- lit'tj-r.iu- an n lifelong E. E. 1 Writes From Bowling Green-St- ates That Strawberries in Warren Are Plentiful and as Large as Hen Eggs. Dear .Mr. II ibbage: After being absent from old Drtckenridge county something like a month, 1 (eel like I ought to explain myself through the eo. J in ns of your paper. I live herein Howling Green, anil I like far better than 1 thought for at first. I don't think there is a better town in Ken tuckv than Howling Green, and no better county than warren. Where I live is almost surrounded witli honeysuckles willi the most fragreut odor, and opposite my house is the Ogdeu College for boys only, between the ages of 14 and IS years old, which has a large campus with most picturesque scenery, and just above it is one branch of the Western Normal for the first to the eighth grades. This is where my children attend school. This is the model traiuing department of the Western State Normal, where the gratest priEach mary teachers are employed. room is limited to 35 students, which is always full up. This is ad I have to say about the school at this time. NowaDout the strawberries, I believe to my soul they grow larger here than they do any wheie on earth. You can liail some here large as hen eggs, if not larger. I have been in sevtral fields wnere theie is from 1 to 50 acres in berries, and from 10 to 200 pickers in a field, Pickers come from several miles up aud down the railroad to pick, aud make from SOc to $2 per day. It any of my old friends in Breeken ridge want auy beriies let them writo me, und I will do my best to secure them at the lowest price possible and ship them out on the first express train. county If any one in Hreckenridge contemplates going to scnool, here I will say if I can be of auy help to you write me. We ketp baarders. If you care to board with us write us a few days before you come and we will meet you at the train. Whether you board will) us or not write us, we will be glad to help you auy way we can. We have the best school in the State here. Write me for catalogue of the next term. Yours truly, E. E. Glasscock. 1131 Chestnut street, Howling Green. s oppo-sltio- AkQUADY Estil Frank and son, Herman, of Sample, were guests of J. L. Prank Sunday. Horn, to the wife of Rev. Leslie a fine girl, May 28. John Wardrip was here Sunday the guest of Miss Marcella Lyons. Mr. and .Mrs. Percy Shrewsbury were guests ot Mr. and .Mrs, Joe Hall SaturDe-Ha- rt, day. Misses Marcella and Elmina Lyons went to Louisville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. WU Dejarnette were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Purcelle. L. E. Henderson, of Irvingtou, was here Thursday. Dave Henning and family were the guests of .Mrs. Jim Kennedy Sunday. E. M. Hoard, who lias been ill for some time, is no better. Mrs. Jim Kennedy Is ill at this time. Mrs. 1. A. Saudbach, of Garfield, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Dave Potts, last week. Hob Frank has the earliest garden here. Is using new potatoes, und has 500 head of cabbage ready for use. Subscribe Today AMMONS. W. II. Dutschkc took a load of cattle and hogs to Louisville last week. Mrs. S. II. Robblns and Mrs. G. Mc- Cubblns visited friends in Union Star . last week. Mrs. G. D. Hallow visited her mother at Shllo Saturday and attended churtth, Mrs. Myrtle Dolliu Is the guest of her parents. Miss Edna Payne Is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Hrown were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gedling. Mr. and Mrs. 11. V. Lewis and children spent Suuday at Lodiburg with Mrs. Mollie Dutschke, Rev. S. II. English filled his regular appointment here Suuday. HARNED Many from here went on the excursion Saturday. Mrs. Amanda Tucker, of Mook, is vis- n iting relatives here. Mr. anil Mrs. Will Hrulngton wero the guests of his mother, Mrs. Georgo Brulngtou, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Drane Sunday. W. T. Macey Is on the sick list. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shelby Tucker enter tained quite a number of friends and relatives Sunday. Rev. Dellart filled his regular ap polntment Sunday. Read the Want Column JFsonSh"wExwhibit IjOIQCII Here KOfl BEST DRESSED CHORUS IN THE WORLD The I Saturday, June Presenting a "Girlie", "Girlie" Chorus first-clas- s, ,,,,, 1 0th I With a "Henpecked Henry" jithe the funniest show I world t ! 5 FeOpiC tf5 Eiprcis, Filled 15--b0- ng HlIS 15 Season's Biggest and Best Musical Treat and an attraction that is guaranteed to be Clean Moral and Refined A Timely, Topical Comedy Full ol Prelly Girls, Calchy Songs, Norel Dances and a Car Load ot Novelties IRVINGTON. Mr. Mattlugly, of Cloverport, has been the guost of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. James N. Payne and son, I. II noon. Newsom Gardner was In Louisville Payne, ot Clarkson, wero the guests of Sunday. Jarnctt. Mattlngly. Miss Cova Durham visited Mr. and Harold Parks anil John Gibson have returned from Lexington, where they Itreckimidge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mrs, Ves Durham at their home near Kirk last week. John R. Wimp. Assignee, 11 fT. ) have been attending K. M. I. Against The annual union Sunday school Master Ben Hall, of Fclsmere, Fla., Hettie D. McGlothlan, et.al. Dft. JfN, picnic was held at the fair grounds Mr. and Mrs. Doc Chapln for is with lly virtue of n Judgment and Order of Sale of HrecKiuridge Circuit Court, Tuesday. It Is a day looked forward the summer months. 11)1(1, in to by the children of the town. rendered at May term Miss Martlne Moseley Is the charm the above c.ue, for thothereof, $804.50, sum of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton spent ing little guest of I'rof. and Mrs. H R and also the further Mim of $9!! 13 with Mr, Compton from the 27th day ot January, last week In Louisville. interest Kirk. 11)11, until paid, subject to a credit of was having ills eye treated. Mrs. J. M. Hcrndou and sons ar- $68.16 paid .Iayy3, loll', and all costs Prof. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Williams rived Friday from Lexington and Potts-ville- , herein, I shall proceed to offer for .sale at the Court House door in Hardlns-burn- , and children have gone to Central City Pa. to the highest bidder, at Public on a visit. Miss Lottie Handy, of Hardinsburg, Auction, mi Monday the 26th day ol June, week-enguest of Mr. and 1916, at was tlio o'clock p. m., or thereabout HOLT ITEMS (being County Court da)), up n a Mrs. A. T. Drane. of creditof six months the following de Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Gardner, scribed property, to wit: ?lne town Stephensport, spent Thursday with Mr. lots In the town of Irvington, Hreckin M. C. Fontiiin, of Louisville, ridge county, Kentucky, and tire lot i visited relative: ut this place Satand Mrs. N Gardner. Nos. 1, 2, :i, 4, 8, 9. 10, 11 and 12, iu Mrs. K. II. McGlothlan visited Mr block No. 5, and all the appurtenances urday and Sunday. J. C. Younger in Laulsville last week. thereto, being 'J lots deeded to Hettie 1 f y Robertson, of Skillman, t..r;i.,,i.i..n K.. Jtlllim T . UKWII llll.l .....1 iwt in.... vy I,,.,,... . Mrs Low BisholT and children at- !L't Lewis, the first dnv of lune. 1S99. was the week end guest of his tended the circus in Owensboro SaturIt appearing on the margin of the day. Order Hoon No. 2.'J, at page l5(). in the cousin, Violet Kobcttson. Mrs. Nat Crouch, of Louisville has Hreckiuridge County Court Clerk's ofBro. Gcntr3' lillct his regular fice, a release was duly entered us to been the guest of Mrs. Adele Connlff. lots Nos 10, II and 12, mentioned in appointment hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simmons spent the foregoing description the sime will Z. T. Hardin was in Cloverport with relatives at. Har- not be sold. tho week-en- d Or sufficient thereof to produce the Friday. dinsburg. sums of money so ordered to be made. James Wortham, of Louisville, visit- For the purchase price, the purchaser, Mrs. M. Franks and daughter, ed Mr. and Mrs K. A. Crlder last with approved surety or securities, must Miss Alice, wore guests of Mrs. execute bond, bearing legal Interest week. fiom the day ot sale until paid, and Halo Sunday. Owensboro, having; the torce aud effect of a Hen Mrs. Del Lashbrook, of Misses Mattio and Sue Black has been the guest of Mrs. Nora Hoard. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Hidden will be pre- visited friends and relatives at Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Cowley and pared to comply promptly with these children, of West Point, spent Tues terms. Approximated debt, interest Lndiburg Sunday. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft. anil cost, $1,111 84. Iloseoc Henry called on Mi:-- s Lee Walls, Commissioner. Mr. and Mrs Overton Hlanford, of Ida Dutschke Sunday. Bewleyville, were in town Tuesday. Miss Marge rec- Dutschke visited HARDINSBURG. Prof. H. K. Kirk will go to Lexingfriends in Stephensport Friday. ton to tako a six weeks course. Abe McGayock was the guest About forty young people were en- Sow truth, it thou tiie tree wouldst tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. of his .sister' Mrs. Z. T. Hardin, reap; Manuel Brooks Friday, the occasion Who sow the false shall reap in vain: Friday. being In honor of their guest, Miss Krect and sound thy conscience keep: From hollow words and deeds refrain. James Tinius and Jim Franks Artie Crow, ot Illinois. Delicious reH. Honar. called on Misses Donie and Nanfreshments were served. Mis-- , Ida Waggoner, of Hopkin-vilinie Hale Sunday. A T.act 'I'll tlr cH.'l V afturnfinn Tre 0 acepnens- an.. MM J''" w 0weQ (jM R(,d Mis Gracie Maysey made a of port, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank a heart t(j ) Hying trip to Lndiburg Sunday. aggoacr. tQ a nulnbcr of ladles )n ..practic;ii There is singing at Holt church Dr. S. P. Parks. Mrs. Parks and Religion," at the M. E. Church, South. Mrs. V. L. Handy were In Louisville ' Mrs. 0wcn Is a very intelligent lady; every Saturday night. Everylast week. a great Hible student, and a great be- - body is invited to attend. Mrs Tom Ditto, of Louisville, is at liever in prayer. She works among Don't forget tho all day meetthe bedside of her father, John Cox, the Chinese. ing at Holt church Monda', June who is quite 111 at his home at OakMiss Annie Lee Uishop will return 1!). There will be dinner on tho land from Eminence this week. Miss ground. Everybody come. Mrs. Bailey Waller, of Hopkinsville. Uishop visited in Lexington and ' arrive this week to visit Mr. ar.d ville on her way home. Mrs. J I'.. Herndon. Mrs. W, J. Piggott, of Irvlngton, GARFIELD. A D. Ashcraft aud son spent Sunday was the guest ot Thursday of Mrs. C. with Mr and Mrs J. G. Anderson at V. Robertson. Sand Hill. Dr. Frank Havnes, of St. Louis, who Miss lCmma Lou Moorman, of Glen A numlier of our citlzsns attended Dean, was a visitor In town last Thurs-- has been visiting relatives near here, ................ n cumii oai- - . t has returned home. sup'ui aL l..u .... (lay. ur(lay- Supt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford Miss Helen Hoard has returned are receiving' couuratulatlons on the nnd daughter. Miss Bessie B. Weathfrom Owensboro. arrival of a baby boy at their home erford, were Sund iy guests of C. S. Hoard Sunday. Mrs James Drury &ud son, of Bran- -' Wednesday, May ."fl. Mrs. H. Whitworth nnd son, Paul, denburg, have been the guests cf Mr. Willis Green, of Falls of Hough, was' and Mrs. Chas Drury. Mrs. Jim Allen j were guests of Mr. and i,, town Friday. Sunday. Misses I5va Foote and Lottie Handy, Mr ;illd Mrs j WhiUorth have re- Edgar llanlaway and Paul Wilson turned trom Lexington, where they! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pate left Saturday were dinner guests 01 .ir. ana ir.. Wl;nt t0 attend the ctimiiiunceint.-n- t ex for Tobinsport to visit her sister, Mrs. Wnlter Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins, aud Overton HUr.ford. at Howleyville Sun- - erclses of the State University. from there will go to their home in Deday. Hti,fF Mrs I A. Divcn. r.( catur. III. Miss Viola Lewis, of Louisville, spent .and Mrs. Kate Heard, of Wheeling, Mrs. Mamie Gregory attended church Misses Edith Lewis W. the Va., went tn Louisville Saturday, F.va Carrigan. in Harned Sunday. and after spending a week with Mrs. C. V. Mrs. Amelia I'enlck and ch'ldren, of Cl.ildreu's Day was observed at the Kubertson. Hodgenville, is visiting relatives here. Presbyterian church Sunday at il a. Miss Hannah Heard, who has been m. A delightful program was arlodge Dowell and Mrs. Dowell abd in Huston this year, studying expresranged. The church was beautifully sion and voice, arrived home Friday Raymond Dowell and wife were guests decorated in roses, daisies and ferns to spend the summer. at W. T. Dowell's Sunday. A musical recital will be given at The Misses Harned visited relatives (J. V. Robertson has returned from an oarly date by pupils from the Louis- tiie horse show in Missouri. in Custer last week. ville Conservatory. Miss Julia Lyon Stanley Gray called on Miss Anna Misses Annie Lewis and Clara will take part, both as soloist and acWhliworth are at home from Lexing- Mildred Smith Thursday. companist. Local people will have it V. W Smith tpe..t trom Thursday to in charge. The event is looked for- ton. Miss Annie Lewis will teach at Sunday at home with Mrs. Smith. Fort Thomas. ward to with interest. Rev. Cundiff filled his regular apDr. H. J, Beard, after a visit to his The Young People's Missionary Soparents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Heard, pointment Sunday, and was entertained ciety met at the Methodist church at Henry Hashara's. Sunday afternoon. Two new members has returned to Llvcrmorc. Dr. Samlbach wns called to see Mrs. Miss Judith I21len Bea'rd has arrived were enrolled. Lexington aud will spend her va- Lina Horsley last week who is ill. Miss Kllza Piggott is one of seven from s Miss Pauline Compton spent the week delegates chosen to a. tend the V. W. cation at home. K. C. Richardson, i.t Louisville, was end with her aunt, Mrs. Lottie RichC. A. Conference of Honlhem colleges, which will be held at Blue Ridge, N. C. the guest of his sister, Mrs. Percy ardson. Miss Mildred Graham, who is well Heard, last week. 0. M. Priest had u horse killed by Mrs John N'evitt has returned to lightning last week. known hero, also will be one of the company. her homo at llasin Spring, after a visit D. H. Smith had a fino mule badly Mrs L. H. Jolly, of Houston, Tex., to Mrs. John Akers. hurt Wednesday. Kevs. Maloney, of Stanley, Henry, will arrive this week to visit friends. Miss Hessie H. Weatherford vislttd Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Miss of Cloverport, Duuglierty, of Payues-vill- e, her aunt, Miis Nancy Hoard, Sunday. and Abell, of Kliodella, assisted Helen Smith spout Sunday with Mr. 1. li. Richardson and family motored Rev. Norman in the Forty Hours' Deand Mr. George Hoard near town. to Hardlusburg Sunday. votion. Mrs. Virglula Calloway has returned Mrs. Mamie Gregory visited relatives Frauds Dillon spent Sunday in in Louisville Saturday. to Smlthfield, after a visit with Mrs L. U. Moremon and Mrs. Kate lien-net- t. Custer, The Modern Woodmen will give un R. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was ice cream supper June 17. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly, Mm. in town Rev. Hruingtou conducted the dec . James Durham and Claud Mercer ration services at the Dowell cemetery A. T. Adktns and Miss Mabel Adkius motored to Urandenburg Sunday after- - were la Brandenburg Saturday. on last Tuesday, and preached here In 1 d 1 1 e, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. relatives here last reek. Miss Leah DeJarnett, uf Louisville, is the guest of her brother, Hubert De smokes into vour system! You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets vou smoke your fill without a comeback Stake your bank roll that it proves out every hour ot the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to. have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a thousand-dolla- r bill I It's worth that in happiness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's 1 1 Slip a few Prince Albert M. 1. Coprriiktinikr KwolU TotXM Mb cigarette with Prince for At R. Albert tldr red tin. and la fact, every Prlnc Winil.5.lm, N.C Albert package, hat Thl Is the reverse a real mesiane-to-yotide ol the tidy on Its reverse side. Youll red tin read; "Process Patented July30th, 1907." That meant that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on th process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which tonfiue bite and throat parch are cut outl everywhere tobacco Is sold youll find Prince Albert awaitingyou In toppy red bags, 5c: tidy red tins, 10c: handsome pound and tin humidors and In that clever crystal- glass humidor, with sponge moistener top, that beeps the tobacco In such fine condition always! J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, packing Albert THE Prince. Wo, T the evening, of Louisville, is visitirg her mother, Mrs. Compton. Dr. R. W. Meador nnd Mrs. Meador spent Saturday with V. W. Smith and wife. Mrs. Hand.-- , Sunday School Convention. Tho. First Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will bo held at West Viuw the Third Sunday in June. Dinner on the ;ioiinds. Everybody invited. 1 uii-au- STEPHENSPORT. AV. j X. Head, of LodilAtrp, was in town Vedneduy. : I V. .1. Schopp was in Louisville last week. . e, weelc-ond'wi- ..' Arnold, of Huwes-villIlov. U. visited friends hero Tuesday French music. and Wednesday. A protracted meeting began at Mrc W. H. Gardner spent tho Methodist church Monday Thursday in Irvington, the guest nigl t. Bro. C row, of Owensboro, of Mr. and Mrs. Nowsom Gardner. is assisting tho pastor, Bro. Mr. and Mrt. Owen Shoemaker Gentry. are vi.sitinir relatives in Mattoon, A. M. Hanoi and family will III. move to Cloverport this week. Miss Ida Waggoner, of Hop- Wo regret to see them leave. kinsville, is tho guest of relatives Mrs. Eliza Bandy went to Louand friends. isville, Saturday to meet hor G. U. Gardner, of Chcnault, granddaughter, Lucile Kissam, of was the week end guest of Mr. Somerset, who will spend tho and Mrs. W. B. Gardner. summer with hor. Mrs. Graham Jolly and children, of Cloverport, wore tho PISGAH. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. IJIaino Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Stewart, of Akron, Ohio, has been tho guest of relatives horo tho past week. Miss Ida Nottingham, of was tho guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp Wednesday. Mrs. lloruco Gilbert, of Cloverport, was tho guest of Mrs. Win. Gilbert Sunday. Mrs. Komi Bennett, of Evans-villInd., ciitno Monday to spend tho summer with Mrs. S. A. Bennett. Miss Ida Waggoner and niece, Miss Juno, aro tho guests of rela Lodi-bur- tives in Irvington this week. A C. McKaughan, of Clover-perspent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Emma McKaughan. W. II. Dix, who hits completed a couto in mechanical engineer-inin tho Lexington University, eauic home Sunday night for a week's visit before leaving for Toledo, Ohio, where he has a po sition. Miss Minnie Morris is helping in a meeting at Meredith. Harry Hamilton, of Cloverport, was tho guest of J. W. French lust week. Miss Hn borer, of Owensboro, will spend tho summer here with Dr. and Mis. G. E. Shivoly and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French, and u whilo here will teach Misses Shivoly and Belva J. t, g Hen-rietl- The Daniel-Samuel- s Music Co. OWENSBORO, :: KENTUCKY. "The Store that Made Owensboro MUSICAL." If you are interested in the purcase of a Piano or Organ, cut this add out, mail to us, and we will send you FREE a book of Home Songs! Dr. E. A. Cashman VETERINARIAN Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bates ware guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Basham Sunday. Misses Ida and Mary Qarrctt spent Saturday nleht with Misses Mattie Horse e, and Esther Coatley. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ryan Sunday. Also Treat Dogs and Cats. Misses Lettie and Jessie Tuttle and Misses Mvra and Pearl Uastiam spent Sunday with Misses Minnie, Llllie and Irvington, Hassle Bates. Mason and George Tate were Walter the guests of Jesse Hates Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Kniglit hasbcea visiting night with Miss Cora Matthews. her sister, Mrs. Harold Walker for the Rev. Jarboe filled his regular appast week. pointment at this place Saturday and Miss Pearl Basham spent Saturday Sunday. rs Dentistry. and Stringhalts Skillfully Treated. Bull-heave- - Kentuckytfj