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PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE WAY OF FARMING
ft) .1 0 MRnU in lilnmJ U mtr SON!!', peoffa cm act pICMUr out of life by followine "inic frivo hobby only. They tret the inViithnt true huppine- can only be hud by getting ewaj from thl work iind routine of the farm. They stay at home only when they are forced to do no by the work that can not tie eft undone. I'hey will tear loose and o twenty mile to picnic in ihr laisicst season. Now I think that one nui-t have nomc recreation and I would not care to tdfodUC that one must he ever! istmirly tied down to the fnnn; in fai t, if i- a 'most BlllWir) that one ( -ome travel and relief from the .onstant jrrintl. Hut when one yet-the idea that pie -ute can only lie obtained away from home, tVy are on the wronir track. If you must have a hoMr, . and surely everyone OUghl to hnve BOIM speria I thins for get inpthe muni awuy from hard work, why MM pick u some phase ot faim life th .1 yo i can s e. i tlize in and cat iy it ti us near perfect completion aa you can. What if It ikea yeerg to iirinsr completed results 1 I found a neighbor near Humboldt, Neb. .a tanner who is .suc cessful in many lines mid surrounded bjf healthy and happy family, that has taken up the growing of bir, heavy draft bOfeM as hobby. Jh309Vsafr'L)aw9HaVHk.' WmsV . iCft-flLirajflHlK taGaHraKa3r SjBBstlfiflH& A Good Mare and Five-of the .Seven Colts She has Raised for a Nebraska Farmer Ho irets as much pleasure out f his colts as some city men do out of bMeball or fishing, and it it pays him and the vicinity vastly better. Now do not say, "That is business and not a hobhy,'' for he really enjoys it as much us any '"fan" enjoys baseball. He talks and dreams about his colts. They are tame and well trained from youth up. In fact, he makes the growing of horses a diversion and although there are some dollars connected with the hobby, and although they come his way too, he la really an enthusiastic horseman from choice and gets a real enjoyment of the business For instance, he has one old mare that has raised him seven colts, and every one a good one. He has not parted with one of them and now owns a Hue string of young horses that enable him to till quite a hrgfl farm with this one mare and her progeny. This man isnot try ing to trade for every old skate that comes along the road. If some people whjm I have met put as much energy and thought into the business of breeding and raising good draft horses as they do in try ing to skin some neighbor out of a few dollars in a swap, they would be vastly better off. I have in mind a man w ho is always surrounded by a bunch of old "hasbeens." He is always ready for a trade, but seldom has a real good team on the farm. If every young man that intends to make fanning his life work would take up some particular line of work and carry it to a success, making it his hobby instead of -ome useless fad, he would find it af fording as much pleasure and vastly more protit. I have known tin n who have made the tinishing of young calves a hobby. They took de light in seeing how heavy and well finished they could turn them off under two veurs of age. I knew one man who took a turn at produ cing fine hogs, and his hobby was one that was really protitabie, for he soon outdistanced every neighbor in the business. Now. he car ried on other lines of farming; his cows were good, his chickens were nil thoroughbreds, and everything about his place was in ship shap order, but hi- nig pens were a delight to the eye. They were1 -oclean and inviting that you could almost delight to -leep in them. Kverv , convenience was hfforded for the comfort of thofJ pigs. He enjoyed their company ami they enjoyed his presence. While it was profitable it was none the less his plea-utable hobby and recreation, for he con sidered it. but play to care for those tine hogs. '()," I hear you say, "you want a man to make a drudge out of himself and call it play." Not so. but if you are foiag to have -ome special hobby and everyone ought to have, then make some depart mentof farm stock growing that hobby. I have seen DMA who could talk vou crazy on dog lore; they had half a dozen dogs, and knew dog history to a finish. They had corn bread baked ipeeJalljf ff tbete pesky dogs, and thev thought the neighbors Miran if they got. mad because tho-e dogs broke in the Itnokl house and carried on a tew pieces ot meat. I knew one man j who got all worked up because a neighbor was not goiag to allow hat dogs in his pasture, although they chased the horses and were likely to cause them to get cut on the wire. A certain man said that his liest idea of heaven would lie to see a bunch of hounds rising over on one hill and a fox disappearing over another ju-t aliead of them. I know a man who has wasted a whole lifetime in caring for use-Ics- pet-. He ha-always had a lot of guinea pigs, sipiirrels, young wolves or something equally as useless, 000 fined about the place and he would -it by hours and watch their antics. His wife could hardly raise chickens, for he wanted all the scraps for some pets, or worse than that, the pets wanted the chickens for lunch and often got them. If he had put in the patience and time on raising a bunch of young colts or some extra line calves, he would not. now be u povery-stricken old man. There is a- much real fun and far more solid satisfaction in rais ing some useful and profitable animal to perfect maturity, as there is in caring for a bunch of dogs or a pet varmint. If you do not believe in this way of thinking, just begin at once, (ret a a young colt, calf or pig and set about making it the best thing of the sort in the vicinity: get another soon and add to your collection. Go after the best in your special line. Think about it, read about it and dream about it. Do not forget everything else, but make that your hobby, give it the regular care that your other farm departments get and then irive it the special care of the leisure minutes and hours. You will be i- - ft surprised how soon you can get interested. Buy a book or two on the subject, subscribe for special journals along that line, talk with specialists of your project, and see how much real, genuine enjoy meat comes your way. The man who can make sone special line of stock growing a pleasant and profitable avocation, is a benefactor to his race, i atol ing up happiness tor hi- present days and laying up a reward for after years. Petition For Stock Law. Are You 0 4 117 I A woman aft TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic i Wni. Hail fi. others J RrMkenrtdge O J petition for Steel I-aw (County Court It appcari.in to the Court, after hav ing been lufficieotly advised, that Win. Hall and others on petition for a stock law. being in number more than twenty nuving signed the petition, and being each and all over tne age of II years, and legal and iualified voters in Magis terial District No, 4, of Breckenridge County, Ky,, known as Bewleyville Magisterial District, and said petition having been presented to the county court of said county at its regular term in August, l9ll, praying and asking for a vote to take the sense of the legal and qualified voters in said Magisterial Dis trict No I, of said county of Hrecken rulge, known as Bewleyville Magister ial District, upon the question of whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said Magisterial District; it being the desire of the petitioners herein to prohibit the running at large uf all cattle generally and not only cer tain species thereof. The said petition having been pre sented it: open court at said August term 1911, the same is now ordered tied of record, and the said petition having been duly tiled more than 60 dayi prior to tne next regular Novem ber election to be held in November I9D, at which County and State officers may be voted for; and the petitioners having deposited with the County Court the sum of $37.00 dollars the amount required of them by the court to hold saiu election for the expense rf same in said district upon said question It is now ordered by the court that said election be held on I he next regu lar election day in November. lHlt, in Magisterial District No. 4, of Brecken ridge County, Ky , known as Bewley ville Magisterial District of said county and a poll or polls be opened and ballots printed for each poll, if there be more than ('lie, for the purpote of taking the sense of the legal voters in said district upon said question of whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said district; that said election y nd notice thererecf and a copy of th's order be published in the Breckenridge News, a newspaper published in Breck enridge County Ky., giving notice of said election, and that same be publish ed in 5 separate issues of said paper and for more than 2J clays prior to said elec tion. The County Court Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to have the bal lots for the various precincts in said Magisterial District No 1, of Brecken ridge County properly prepared and the question printed upon the said bal lots as follows, to-wit: "Are you in favor of making it unlawful for cattle to run at large on the public highways and uniuclosed lands of the Bewleyville Magisterial district, No. 1 " And the officers of the regular Nov ember election 19!!, are hereby direct ed to open a poll at each and all votiug precincts if there be more than one in suit! District for said purpose as afore said 111 I el.. L. L Waggoner, Judge Breckenridge County Court. A Copy Attest: H. M. Beard, Clerk Breckeuridge County Court. The House of the Whispering Pines B ANNA KATHARINE GREEN Copyright. 1310, by Anna Katharine Rohlfa ing Adelaide or choked MCI a M which kindly fine hud spared "(Jo furtner tor the guilty perpetrn tor of thii inosi Inhuman net; tie stands not in the dock. Unlit shows no Kiieh relief a you see in mm today tiuilt would remember that his sister's testimony, under the cross elimina tion or the people's prosecutor. Iel"t the charge ot murder still haniritie over the defendant's head Bui the broth er has forgotten this Ills restored confidence la jne wtio now represents to Him father, mother and sister tin thrown his own tate into tile back ground Will you dun that Joy -wis tatfl this charge of murder'.' "It In your sense of justice you do so you forever phiee this di-u'enerHte son of a noble father on the list ot ihe most unimaginative and hate drlv en criminals of all ilme is he Ruch n demon? Is he such a madman'.' Look In his face today and l ide 1 am Willing to leave his cause In your hands It could be placed in no bet ter "May it please your honor nnd gen tlenien of the Jury. I am done." If aoi one nt that moment felt the arrow of death descending Into his heart it was not Arthur Cumberland To be continued CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Baptist Sumluy School, 11:30 a. m. O. K l.lfflitfoot, Superintendent Prayer Mflftlnf Wednesday f 40 p.m. Baptist AM Society Society mreM Monday after Second Sunday, e very nionlli. Mrs. A. B. Hklllman. Preildenl ,; ... - , , , - ..(,. Building Material Let us have a chance to ficnirc with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. West Point Brick & Lumber Co. H West Point, Kentucky 1 RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. banner, are yon interested" ? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone Sc Telegraph Company Mid have him explain the Speciel "Far- men Line" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY .Incorporated.) H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE S . PHARMACY BOARS AND BUCKS 15 Poland China Boera, 12.00each; Hampshire Bucks $19. CO each: also Polled Durham mid (iilts, all ajjos. W. R. MOORMAN & SON. Glen Dean. Ky. Hethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School. li:30. in. Iru II. Belien. Superintendent.. I'reucliliik' every Sunday at II a. ni. and 7:'M u in. Krauk Levi' Ik Paittor. Prayer meelluK Wednesday, 7:3(1 p. m. Kpworili L(ue. regular terrlce Sunday AvAft p. in: buklneM nieeiliiL' Hrsi TuMdkf nlKlil earli moalk. Miss Marirarlte Hum, I'rtkldeiit I. adieu' Aid Society uieeU 8rt Monday mush Month Mm. r..rret i.vi.u President 1. adieu' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In evei v BMMIW, Mra Vlrifll Halihajce. President Choir practice Friday nltfl t 7 '!), A. II Murray. Director. Pin Found. BL 1 The U1 brooch lost and udvertlbtal tor in The Ureckenrulge. New wus brought to the News office Saturday. It belonged to Mi-. Lucy McGavock and was found by Mrs. Nobie Sahlie, who received a reward. Presbyterian Church Prcshylcrlan Sunday School ' l a in. Conrad Slpuel, Superintendent Preaching every Third Sunday. Kuv. Adair. Minister Pi iyr-i ue et leg Tuesday. 7 :M p. tn. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Sunday every month. Mm Chun. Hatterln ,d. President. Catholic Church Klrst Sunday of ach month. Mass. Sermon, and lieneil etion, U:00a. ni . other rue Sun days at 10 li a. m (In week days Mass ul 7:(0 a. m. Catechetical Instruction for IbechllJ raii on Saturdays at s .w a. in , and on Sun days .it i u a. in. oi l : so p. in. Subscribe Real Estate Department Do you want to buy farm or business I If you do yoa muy find JOat what you need in this department. If you arejintereal ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner'a mine and address. If mine of these places suit you, write us at one tolling us what you ivanl and where'you want it and let us Introduce you to the man who has the very property yon are looking for. We recommend the following properties as being productive, and fair in price. Do You Want to Sell your farm or Imsine--; If yoo want cash for your property, send price and description at onca and let us show you how we bring buyer and teller j together. This depart nent is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyera and sellers of t'armsor business proprieties i . in:t;e quick salea Jno. D. Babbage No. 170 acres near II arned. I POOH house r i w harn. excellent scln ol. IVI - :V .acres 3 miles free, rai road, hou-e MM Sample ;oue Bit from schoo 3 10S acres I mile from Kkron. Meade ...in nt v i-i mil.' of nulidc school. I mile graded school uood land 4 1 H acres 3 ui I les east of li irdlns liurir. ' miles north of llartied. Ym UlllCOI Cliurcn SOU school r. uu ouiiuim and fences. nooJ orchard and water: 30 acres In ttmlirr, 10 acres tlue white oalis Pr.ce II,-230. No. No. M- S 40 acres, all l-vl '.0 acres In or- 1iO. D Bhatd anograas; plenty of Umber, lasllmt sprlnir, irood dwelling, i rooms anil hall, meat and hen house, tenant house two rooms, tobacco ham. liable and corn crlh. :) yards from McOuady and school house. Prl -e tl.50. Kav terms Mr A 4110 ;"'re good load i"'"' a ait i IslO. V Springs, lire. -heurldye c.niuty. one uf the heit sections In lite county yt m laUNI I miies.er.h of Boekvale, l0. good level land. 4 room dwelling essiry ouliiiiiiuings l..n:int. house illli School bouse and church In 300 yards. II. (40 cash. Pnc. sj . o , I ,i n I in. h-s from Kirk, dwell IslU. O ing i story d looms and good well, small teuaut house, good harnand and viable, good orchard No. 9 Two tracts 100 acres In one and 124 acres In the other; 124 acres lo cated 3 mile, from Hardinsburg ; loo acres I miles from llarued: H mile of KlngswoiNl college. No. II IttSacre located oil the railroad U ni iron v baler, good barn and crib, reasonably good house ; well water d. outlet on .-very side Portion of II. L. Kurt farm. Price fl.OuO Nf 1 I To farms HI ut.-s. Hi atM I - both on tin . river, good Improve ments; 2 tiOO apple trees just In prime of life. Good inhool. 3 churches. lKal landlotf.. No located 1 It. .e-r.-s, -ood and I ,,..,1 1 1 i p ti ,ll hind . 3 inlies from lrvlngloii. level land, leured. well Pi .'(.. 'too acres lying In a va.lev: a room dwelling and hall : 2 tenant houses, large tobacco barn : 24 miles south Oi Kirk. H mile from school well watered, 2 springs near barn ; on Kura! Koulc. ItiO level: all can lie cultivated : 3 good dwellings: 3 feed barns, big tolitcco liarn; S miles from Sanip.e Kas terms No. 13 Nf 11 I'lOacns. llO. I -r unit r. t 1 - vr. i i7 acres 1 mile Kast of (lieu Dean ; good, strong 1 1 n . . si soil, watered by wells and sprlDgs. on good county road, near good schoo! and churches. New tobacco barn colt l, 200, 9 stock barns, good tenant houses, line clover and -rasa land. Price to. 100. rvi a. I3& acre locatedt mile, north of 10. IU MeQuady. Prlceg,0oo balance In yearly payments. No. I 324 acres located m ar Irvlnglon 1 11 S s olle t the best farms In that section. I'hder high state of cultivation well Improved ; good orchard ; well watered : an Ideal place. 1'rlce f lO.IKX). Sj cash, halaMd on easy payments No. I si in acres located om . from O McOuadv. K 2 barns for tobacco and slock , 3 room in ant house. Price (2.000 half cash and yearly payments. Xlili 1 10 acres. 8 tittles fa) (jUStoll, .OlftJ 3 miles from Irvlnglon: well si.ereil: I a ts well : good vouug orchard : good timber ; ou rural route: school house few yards fro u house; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kliclieu ou back porch: two good btrni: b.rtt aud teneht house and cis tern back In the Held; meat and ben house; wood shed; will sell ou easy payments; plenty of smsll fruit. Further particulars addresi Juo. I). Itabbage, Cloverport Ky. $2 IMUi l'or 11,0 ac.rei four uiile;wesl of .JJJ lileiideane, 3 mllui from branch railroad : all fresh laud : IU) acres til cultiva tion; 40 acree In gran; will produce the beat torn, wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood, pleuly lasting water, well at door of dwell ing; log dwelling. . rooms and side roomi good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant Louies Pieoty of good p.i r for farm purpoiesi good land to clear. Price 42.000 s, cash. Culi SaI.K al I under fence. acres uC re cf a liar wiu k barnsi ud pea t ots. most A farm containing A ulce col ..! rooms, two cisterns, a walled a store room over it. two gooj a one leuant house, about 400 appl trees, also Pears, uuluces and api all kinds of small rrulti, including a nic v. i. yard of choicest grapes , 2ev acru Jletred balance lu woods. 114 acres lu grass, levsril groves of black locust sutllcleut for posts u wire the whole rarm lu. It Uus near Bkroo on L. 11. M. St. I. It. It. price la ,000 ot loug and easy payment!.