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The Breckenridge news: March 1, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911030101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 1, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL VOL. XXXV FIRST WILL BROKEN BRECKENRIDGE Heirs Of T rl E NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8Pi No. 34 HARDiNSBURG NEWS AND . CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, HARCH 1, 1911. "Bethink so, mother?" he Inquired. cause thero is nothing more for me to do," she wearily exclaimed. "Oh, yes, there is mother, something more for you to do, some one wants your help. An aged Jew was here yesterday, beg-in- g for your assistance. He is in want; can you not help him?" On hearing this the apparently dying woman exclaimed, "I shall help him, I shall help him, send for him Immediately." When the oldjnan came, she arose from her bed to minister to his wants. She now felt that her usefulness was not past; she willed to do more, so the vigor of life returned to her limbs and she lived eight years longer to help all who came to her door for material assistance or helpful advice. The Chris- Joe Jarrctt Sue To Have Their Father's Property Devided Among Them And Case In Decided Their Favor. WILL WAS MADE TO BASHAM. perty amounting to several thousand dollars had been willed to Will Basham. The four children, one living in North Carolina, another in Texas, one in Meade county and Mrs. Till Kelley, of Sample, brought suit through their attorney, H. DeH. Moorman, to have the provisions of the will set aside and to have the property devided among them. The case was a closely contested one, the defendant being represented by Mercer & Mercer. The suit was decided in favor of the heirs. This is the first instance in Breckenridge county of a will being broken. This fact, together with the facts .of the case asdhown by the testimony make the case of extraordinary interest in local legal circles. A case of unusual Interest was that of the heirs of Joe Jarrett, who sued to breaK the will of their father. The pro- about a few faults ho has, the absent one, who is probably attending to h's own affairs is elevated in the heurtr's estimation while the informant is lowered accordingly. If a man knocks along doing fairly well, people realize that while he has some faults, he has some virtues, and they are charitable enough to overlook these faults. But it is different with a girl or woman. No matter how good and pure n woman may be, let some one start an infamous He about her, and every one is willing to pass it along and there is always Thut Ho someone to believe it. can never be lived down. It may burn g are ready low, but the with new fuel. Did you ever think how peodamnably mean some goody-goo- d ple are in this respect? We have a few well known charectars of this sort here. They are known by everybody in town and are referred to as "Mr." or "Mrs." "Long-tongThe lower regions will be too good for people who will repeat scandals and mean reports about their neighbors. Look out when a person tells you something bad about another; he or she will be talking about you next. The Jeffersonian. gossip-lovinue COURT NOTES. Richard Stiff Adjudged A Lunatic. Breckenridge County Has More Wealth And More Dogs Year-Ot- her Makes the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious. Than Last Per- sonal Items. 38 INDICTMENTS RETURNED. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar tian Herald. Why Do You Worry. "Why do I worry? Because I cannot help it. You would worry if you were in my place." How many times has this little conversation been repented, one friend chiding another for the puckered brow and frowning look, the mood of depression and the anxious, wearied, slump of mind and body together, incidental to a habit of worry. True, it is easy to say to one who is overborne by the burdens she is overborne by the burdens she is bearing, that worry will make her load no lighter. She knows this, yet while she concedes that worry is doing no good, she goes on as if she were climbing a hill and slipping back at every step or groping tHrough a thick fog, unable to tree herself from the smothering clutch of this fiend. of the women patients in a certain insane asylum were said to have reached their morbid estate and the loss of menta balance through the influence of worry. Worry is really waste. It wastes nervous tissue, is the enemy of happiness, and a prolific cauje and aggravation of ill health. The Christian Herald. care-worn Mrs. Mollie Kimball, of Virginia, Minnesota, nnd Mrs Roland Smith, of Stephensport, came last week for several days visit to relatives in town. Misses Louise Moorman, of Glen Dean, and Francis Moorman, of Falls of Rough, were guests of Misses Margaret and Lillian Beard Saturday and 000 Wc Did Too. We have received from Senator J. W. Nevman,who is general manager of the Insular Fair of Porto Rico, which opened at San Juan Wednesday, Feb. 23rd., copies of the catalogues for the fair printed in both English and Spanish, The catalogues indicate that it is going There are departto be a big show. ments of Saddle horses, combined horses, ponies, mules, jacks, cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, poultry, dogs, agricultural products, fruits, etc. Wood- Sunday. C. H. Scherffius, formerly of the Experiment Station here, but now traveling to collect samples of Commercial feeds in the State, was here the guest of friends Saturday and Sundav. Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Bridgers, of Kingswood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard Saturday. Rev. Bridgers is much sought in the evangelistic field where his labors are successful. Twice has he been in meetings here. His spirituality, personality, bociabilltv and ability as preacher has He endeared him to nil our people. moves to North Carolina, where he hopes to rest from overwork in recent years. Kinetoscope, a The Kingswood monthly publication issued by the faculty and students of Kingswood College, has issued its second number, full of school news and educational articles of interest to all who are awake in Kentucky's educational awakening. Mrs Lee Bishop is having her millinery rooms remodeled and repapered for the spring trade. Her display room will be on the second floor instead of the first as heretofore. Under the directions of Mrs. Blanche Read, the ladies of the Home Mission Society of the M. E. Church, South, assisted by members of the other church choirs, gave a highly enjoyed musical at the City Hall Friday night. A goodly crowd attended, each enjoying the instrumental selections, the choruses and the vocal solos, all of which have the touch of artists when done by Hard-insbu- rg No fussing or fretting over Royal the biscuit-makinis the aid to many a cook's success. g. Royal Cook Book 800 Receipts Free. Send Name and Address. CO., NEW YORK. ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER Draw Second Dividend. Three-fourth- s ford Sun. West Point, Ky., Feb. 23. Vouchers for the second dividend of 25 per cent, Go To Mattoon. due the depositors of the defunct Kentucky and Indiana Bank were received Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kissinger, Mr. here from the liquidation being made by and Mrs. E. L. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. tne Citizens' Trust Company, of The depositors expect to be Willis Johnson, Wm. Kissinger and two sons left Harned last week for Matton, paid in full. 111., to live. Eliza-bethtow- n. Building Pretty Home. Little Girls Entertained. Without Opposition. Misses Stella and Loucille Ryan arKy., Feb. Middlesboro, rived Saturday to be the guests ot their grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Robt. Seventeenth Senatorial District s, Miss Eva Carrigan is having a 56000 resident built on her farm near Guston. all 22. -- The The home will be beautiful and have the modern conveniences. Repub. ' Mattingly, for a fortnight. the little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ryan and are charming little girls. They were entertained Sunday afternoon by Susie and Lena Mattingly. Those present were: Mary Jo and Ag-niMattingly, Gussie Burke, Mabel McCracken, Stella and Loucille Ryan. Several games were played and delightful time was hud by all. They are lican Committee met here ths morning Moves Near Sample. and issued to Joe F. Bosworth, the pres ent State Senator, a certificate of nomi nation on the Republican ticket this Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller have fall. State Senator Bosworth did. not moved to Andrew Gilbert's place known have any opposition and the primary as the old Hendrick's farm near Samset for march 4 has been called off. ple. A few days after moving they came near losing their little son, Paul, Jones-Hort- on. with diptheria. He is improving. ta Olen Horton and Miss Flora Jones, of Weldon, were married in Louisville last SHOP NOTES. Wednesday. Rev. A. D. Leitchfield officiated. The wedding took place at home of Mrs. E A. Best. A new boiler house was completed the at the shops Saturday. Fred. Furrow is the head boiler maker and the work in Thirty-Fou- r Inches Of his department is on the constant in musicians. crease. Rain In Five Minutes. The rainstorm last night started as if Over $3000 worth of scrap iron has been cleared off the shop grounds dur- trying to be a cloudburst. According to the measurements at the weather ing the last six months. office, 34 inches fell in the first five 000 minutes. During the next five minutes A new tool system has been installed 6:40 o'clock recently and for every tool taken from only ten inches fell. From fell. which to 7:15 o'clock 5O inches of water the tool room, a check is given The streets were flooded In all the enables the men to always quickly find low places. The downpour lasted fcr "the tool wanted,. only a short time, however, and there 000 was no delay in the street cars. Ira Behen has just completed a blue Lightning struck the roof of the Colprint for Mr. Randell's motor car which onnade apartments, West Arwill be rebuilt and Improved soon. mour Boulevard, when the storm began about 9:40 o'clock. The lightning set 000 Chas. Jackson, one of the oldest fire to the roof, but the janitor and the machinists and youngest men at the members of the fire department put it shops, spends two days at the Irvington out with a few buckets of water. Junction City Kansas. round house every week. 201-21- 000 9 Extensive Improvements. A park is being made on the. southeast side of the shop ground along the main track and will make the entrance Tho home of Dr. Chas. Lightfoot is to the shops very attractive. being beautifully improved, both interior and out side. Their plans are to 000 Henry May, who has been on the make it one of the prettiest places in road nearly a quarter of a century, has Cloverport. aa interesting set of tools in a lock box, Nearly all of them are presents to him Don't Give Up. and he is quite proud of his collection. He always carries them with him on his An aged woman was supposed to be runs. Mr. May is one of the best enon her deathbed. Her life had been gineers on the road. one of particular usefulness in many directions she had worked hard, age had come upon her, and she felt her A LITTLE CREAM FROM service was past, and that there was OUR EXCHANGES. nothing more for her to do, so she began to regulate her affairs and prepare for the end. As she lay on what she Family thought was to be her deathbed, her you ever notice that "talk" son come Into the room. The feeble Did doeen't Hurt a man much? Perfection woman raised her eyes ami looked upon tw'( looked for is man, and when some-o- him as she murmered, "My dear boy, trie to Injure a tuaa by rantlug my time has come," "Why do you LMg-teHgue 000 Squire John O'Reilly was in Louisville a few days last week. Supt. Driskell went to Stephensport Annual Banquet Held Last Wed- Saturday to attend the closing exercises of tho graded school. nesday Evening-Cloverp- ort Judge I. H. Thurraan, of Springfield, Orchestra Furnishes who was here last week to conduct the closing week of court profoundly imMusic-Speec- hes pressed the bar and court attendants with his ability and manner of dispatch-i- n Made By Sevbusiness. Coupled with his knoweral. ledge of law and a clear interpretation of the same are an affability and amia-blenethat render him a particularly The Knights of Pythias gave their annual banquet in the Masonic Temple satisfactory judgu. Marion last Wednesday evening. The assessor has completed totaling Weatherholt was Master of Ceremonies the book for 1911 taxes. The list as and brief and impromptu addresses were taken last fall together with the raises made by Rev. Farmer, Rev. Lewis, Dr. made by the Board of Supervisors Forrest Lightfoot and Prof. Tanner. chows the county's wealth to be about After these the guests were invited to $285,000 more than the preceding year. dine at the banquet tables which were The total valuation is $4,o59,017. The The legal voters are 5045; last year's book attractively set for the occasion. ommittee succeeded in preparing a showed 4160. The taxable dogs are nice four course luncheon and it was 1829; last year's was 1651. served most bountifully to all. Wm. F. Hook was here last week The Cloverport Orchestra furnished from Louisville. the music and it was immensley enjoyR. S. Skillman, of West Point, spent ed. The members received many comon their playing. "Every last week with relatives here. pliments The grand jury in its three days sitLittle Movement" was among the ing last week returned ten more indictpieces sweetly played. ments, making a total of thirty-eigh- t at this term, which is in excess of 'the ss of Hardinsburg, was sentenced to the School of Reform for Mr. and Mrs. Luke B. Reeves have gone to Louisville to remain through the month of March. Mrs. Allie Weatherford.of Suunydale, was here Saturday the guest of relatives. W. C. Duvall returned last week from Owenton, where he had attended the final illdess of his aged mother, Mrs. Georgia Forsee Duvall, wife of S. D. Duvall. The school celebrated Longfellow's birthday the 27th. Guy Springgate was at his Custer home Sunday. Joe W. Trent, of Custer, was in town a few days last week. Rev. Bridgers preached at the M. E. caurch South Monday night, a farewell sermon, before leaving for his future home in North Carolina, If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use. Sold by J. H. Gardner. house-breakin- J trip on the train last Wednesday. She went to see her Mrs. Malinda Jarboe, of Skillman, who is eighty-eigh- t years of age. Miss Bowne was accompanied bv her mother, Mrs. Edward Bowne, and Miss Irene Jarboe. Her mother left her baggage in the Cloverport station, but the charming little daughter did not worry over her mother's forgetfulness and the of Artelia thought she was a fine baby. 000 David Marion Behen's'favorite book is Sloan's Almanac. His father, Mr. Ira Behen, read the entire contents aloud to him the other day and was not able to o to work after finishing the testimonials. The (laughter of Dr. John Kincheloe aud Mrs Kincheloe has been christened Nancy Edwards. for her father's mother. 000 000 The host of friends of little Miss Anna Elizabeth Keith are very sorry to know that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Keith, are making arrangements to go to Elizabethtown to live. COURTJTES. Orvel 000 Miss Katherine Hunter Phelps has McCarty, of the Rock Vale neighborhood lost in his suit against the sweetest new short dress. Her the railroad for injuries in being thrown mother, Mrs. David Phelps, has made it entirely by hand and it is a little from a hand car. 000 A. B. Skillman and W. B. Smart reThe News office expects to have a signed as executors and trustees of the Fred Walters estate and The Bank of frequent visitor from now on, as Marion Hardinsburg and Trust Co., was ap- Clay Roff is walking. pointed in their stead. 000 Little Eudora Youger put on a dress 000 The case of Lawrence Sills against the other morning that had a short the Telephone Company was dismissed. waist and when observing it, she "My dress is just like Dr. 000 Simons' overcoat, isn't it?" The ease of J. C. Duggings against 000 the Dumberland Telephone for failure Elizabeth Walters and Eva Reid May to deliver a message, was dismissed, the little twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred May, had their picture made at Brabandt's studio last week The Latest About The little ladles are six months old and Cloverport's Millionaires are growing lovelier and merrier ever? day. They have three big brothers ano three big sisters. Some one told Master Robert Owea Oelze last Wednesday that the daj, was George Washington's birthday ann he quickly suggested: "Lets send him 000 beauty. 000 Well-Ksow- m number returned here for years. Misses Eliza Taylor and Esther Mea-dMrs. Fannie Frymire and Miss Emma spent Saturday and Sunday with Biddle are on the sick list. Miss Ethel Philpot, of Cannelton, is their parents at Custer. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bruner Miss Lillian Hook i3 visiting in Louand Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Frymire. and Miss Ruth isville. Mrs. Jane Bruner Dawson Hook after spending several Frymire are expected home soon. Miss Elizabeth Frymire is visiting her weeks at home has returned to Louisbrother, Glover Frymire. ville. Miss Alliene Biddle has a new piano1 For Dental work see Dr. Walker. Bill Shellman has a new automobile. Richard Stiff, of nearRhodelia, under Spring has come with all its beauty, indictment for murder, was adjudged a typical of the resurrection. Mrs. Hughes Frymire is on the sick lunatic and ordered to the Lakeland asylum. list. Hurrah for the Breckenridge News. John Sutton and Jesse Sutton wero Long may it live to gladden our homes. fined 20 each for disturbing a lawful Huber Bruner has gone to Florida ou assembly. a pleasure trip. For the celebrated South Bend Watch If the beat is not too good for you Lewisport Beet flour Is the flour you call on T. C. Lewis. ought to use. Virgil Hawkias, a young colored boy, or FRYMIRE a post card." 000 James Franklin Ridgeway, just a week old, is learning to smile! pat. Recently a Cloverport father was ask ed how much his baby boy was worth NOTICE and he answered "A million dollars and then some." The question has gone Please do not ask us to publish card the rounds and it is learned that every of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free baby in Cloverport is estimated by some to be worth, at least, a million dollars. Notice 000 All persons indebted to Mrs. Jas The little millionaires are always be Cordrey will please come forward ar.d ing discussed and it would be difficult to settle. ascertain who is the prettiest, the smartest and the sweetest of the bunch. If the best Is not too good Lewispoi t Best Flour is the Hour you ought to 000 Miss Artelia Bowne made her first use, "Lame Leg Well" wish to say that I "I have used Sloan's Lint-mc- Tho constant moving of tho bail that 1ft ncccdcd-- ls due to tho unequal expansion of different parts of tho o sphere's surface. As n sphero Its in presented to tho four winds of heaven, nnd tho portion Of It to tho rnys of tho sun would become moro highly heated than tho part of tho surface exposed to tho north nnd Its cold winds. Also the surface of tho whole would bo moro npt to become moro heated during tho day than would the tmso upon which It rests, ns tho latter Is larger nnd hcnvler thnn tho ball Itsur-fac- BATHTUBS Made of IN MEXICO. Real Lux- Cemtnt, They Are ury In a Hot nt self. on a l.ime lee that has given me much trouble tor six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a' week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped It, and in two weeks my leg was well." A. L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Good for Athletes. Mr. K. Gilman, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox-bur- y, Mass., says : "I have used SLOANS LINIMENT with great success in cases of extreme fatigue after physical exertion, when an ordinary would not make any impression." rub-dow- n Heat Causes Creeping. Now, If ono part of tho ball expands ,1 minute quantity more than the other with each heating of ono side nnd contracts in the same ratio on cooling there would tend to result n slight creeping movement which In time would move the ball sulllclcntly to let tho change In Its position bo noted by tho naked eye. Naturnlly the expansion of one side of tho ball would nnko that side heavier than tho chill-- d Ride., nnd the heated side would tvork Its'wny toward tho bottom. The case Is considered ono of tho most remnrknblo on record nnd has furnished sclenco with n now Idea concerning tho expansion nnd contraction of solids. The conclusions of American scientists who examined tho ball wero submitted to scientists of Europe. All agree that tho action of heat nnd cold of tho four seasons causes tho ball to change its position a minute particle every dny. dences of all well to do people nro provided with them, nnd they nro n feature of tho nntlvo hotels. They nro usually about ten feet long by four deep baby swimming tanks, in fnct "Tho tropical custom is to fill tho baths Into nt night By tho following morning tho wnter will havo acquired n limpid coolness Mint nets like n tonic upon tho body. When one remembers thnt near tho equator It Is almost as warm In tho morning ns it Is nt noon nnd that wntcr taken direct from tho city mains Is always tepid tho ndvan tngo of tho stono or cement bnth Is evident." New York Sun. "Unless you have been In the tropics," remnrked tho tnun who had Just returned from n trip to Mexico, "you can't possibly reallzo how great a luxury a cold bath can be. It's not that tho climate Is necessarily warmer than n Now York summer, but the natives hnvo worked out tho problem of bathing to Its ultlmnto conclusions. They hnvo Invented tho Ideal tub. "On tho great privnto cstntcs In Mexico baths nre In uso today which wero hown out of tho solid rock centuries ngo by slnvo labor. They aro locnted.for tho most part in tho vicinity of running wntcr nnd nro fed by bamboo pipes, but In ninny cases thoy havo to bo filled by the old fashioned method of enrrying n bucket to and from tho spring. "In tho cities tho so cnllcd stono bnths nro made of cement Tho resi- Cllma. V. II. Bowmkk, President L. Lioiitfoot, Vice-President SKiu.MAN,lCashicr 0. T. Skillman, Ass't CnVbicr A. 13. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. 88 yen is of honoinblo Organized 1872 dealing to its credit. Jt has passed through three panics nnd paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Kevcrscaled a check. An A. absolutely Safe Place to do Business. DIRECTORS: 13. 3 per cent on Time Deposits V 11. Skillman, Conrad Simons, F. L. Lightfoot, .Ino. C. Jarboc, A. R. Fisher 0. T. Skillman, Bownior ENGINEERS Reduction of IN ROAD BUILDING Important Grades Is Economy. SHIPS SNOW SOUTH TO MELT Railroad Find3 It Cheaper Than Haul to Lake Michigan. The Illinois Central railroad has found a novel way of helping Chicago cet rid of some of Its snow. It con-ilsof filling southbound conl cars with the snow from Its ynrds nnd shipping it south. Most of it molts en route. What Is loft when tho cars reach their destination Is shoveled out nnd melts In n short time. As the cars nro TIGERISH TUNAS. Tho reduction of grades Is an important factor in tho economy of Improved roads. Careful experiment! nnd tests In this nnd other countries hnvo shown thnt If n horso can draw 1,000 poundn on n level ho can draw only 000 pounds up n grndo of 1 per cent, 800 pounds up a grade of 2 per cent, 400 pounds up n grndo of B per cent nnd 230 pounds up n grndo of 10 per cent; henco it will bo seen that on a 10 per cent grndo n horse can tho load he can draw only draw on a level. For a short time n horso can exert nbout twice his nvcr- one-four- th H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE , OVER KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pilces,25B.,50s.&$1.00 Slonn's liook on homes, cattle, slicep ami poultry sent free. Atldross 1 ts H 1 Br. Earl S. Boston, Mass., Sloan, TJ. S.A. HEAT AND COLD ROLL STONE BALL Ohio Monument Puzzle to Sci entists of America. THINK THEY HAVE SOLUTION. dinary dlstnnce. nearly out of sight, but every inch of that flight I knew wns covered by a big tuna keeping his place Just beneath the "tiler" nnd ready to seize It the moment it fell wanted in the south anyway, tho Into tho water. This rarely failed. scheme is cheaper than paying for The moment the fish began to drop tho hauling snow to Lnke Michigan. tuna would spring at It like a tiger, turning nnd tossing the spume Into tho air with n splendid nnd electrifyBritain Likes Motor Vehicles. ing rush, n maneuver thnt was reKingdom Is using Tho United motor vehicles, an Increase in one peated nil over the blue channel. Tho sensational charge meant that n 7car of 30,023. school of tunas had discovered a school of its natural prey, flying fishes. At If you have trouble In getting rid of once the lust for blood and food wns yur cold you may know that you nre on, nnd tho enrnngo was the result not treating it properly. There is no reI have observed some curious scenes ason why a cold should hang ou for at sea, but never havo I seen fear so forcibly expressed as by n school of weeks nnd it will not if you take Remedy. For sale by flying fishes exhausted and nt tho mercy of tho voracious tunas. I have all deilds. had them gather about my boat nnd cling to its keel as closely ns they could, while the air was full of leap4 ing tunas and soaring flying fish. At FARMER'S AWAKENING. such times when a school of sa'rdincs Is rounded up the fishes are so terrified Heretofore the average farmthat men have rowed up to them and er has taken a prlda in the pubscooped them In by the pailful. C. F. lic schools and churches, in farm buildings and in the apHolder in Outing. 218,-3S- 0 Wild Carnage When They Meet Their Natural Prey, Flying Fish. Ono Ume nt St Clements we sighted a feeding school of tunn. av exhilarating sight A flying fish weighing n pound nnd a, half or moro would start from the water and soar an extraor- nrn ra 1 111 n 1t r' . nntl (nftlltina AUCTIONEER Tho right man in tho right place. If you are going to have an auction sale let mo prove to you that Col. II. J. Gorsuch is tho right man in tho right place when ho cries your sale. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. 15 year experience Call or write me at my expense. nro by no menns ns great a hindrance to traffic as long hills of slighter grade. I Many of tho heavy long grades havo ' resulted from tho belief that going up ono side of a hill nnd down tho other lessens dlstnnce. Tho fallacy of this Is shown by the example of tho bucket pall, which is no longer when in a horizontal position thnn when vertical. Many public roads have been located in haphazard fashion, and it will be found that an experienced engineer can obtain a mnch superior locntlon and nt the same tlsie reduce distance, both ot which, like the lowering of grades, con- stituto considerable economies result ing from improving the ronds. I Granite Sphere Inches In Diameter and 4,200 Pounds In Weight Shifts Rough Spot Which Rested on Pedestal In Irregular Manner Ge ologists Find Sun's Rays Responsible. Thirty-si- x In the last few years the attention of scientists and of the public In gen eral has been attracted to a remarkn ble phenomenon discovered In connec tlon with the monument to the mem ory of 0. B. Merchant, In the Marlon cemetery, nt Marion, O. The monu ment consists of a stone base, rough In flnlsl), upon which Is mounted a pol ished granite ball. The ball is thirty six inches In diameter and weighs 4,200 pounds. AVhen the ball was placed In post tlon In 1SDG the monument builder left but one spot of It rough. This was the Begment of contact with the stono pedestal, or that part of the ball which rested 011 tho supporting stoue. So thoroughly wns the rest of the ball polished that Its surface Is like a mirror. It rellects perfectly the trees and shrubbery which surround It In 1900, four years after tho monument was erected, a visitor to the cemetery discovered that the granlto In- f sphere had shifted Its position, vestlgatlon proved that tho rough spot was no longer In contact with tho pedestal. Repeated efforts on tho part of cemetery employees failed to return .the. ball to Its former position. Those who attempted the task realized that tho ball had not been turned by human hands. At first Its movement was ascribed to tho motion of pearance of his field fences, but pride in the roads passing his field and over which he has to travel whenever he stirs from his farm has been totally lacking. But an awakening has taken place, and already tho farmer is beginning to ask himself why he should not put his roads first instead of last. He is the chief sufferer when they are bad. MEN TO WANT PATROL HIGHWAYS OF THE STATE. Town Superintendents of New York Apply For a Thousand Men. At n stato conference of town superintendents of highways held recently at Ulnghnmton, X. Y.. which was addressed by state highway officers from all parts of tho state, a project was launched for nppolnlng 1,000 patrolmen on tho highways of the stato. The plan Is to have these men separate from tho town superintendents and to do work similar to that of tho good roads patrolmen. It Is figured that this can be done nt n cost of $75 and maintenance of a horso and suitable wagon by some competent resident of each town. Tho work will Inst nbout seven months ot tho year, tho patrolman being paid by tho month and not by the hour. Ills duties would bo to patrol all the roads of tho town and wherever he finds it necessnry to make repairs, such as replacing planks In bridges, filling In ruts, picking stones, repairing culverts, etc. The present system provides that this work shall bo dono by n gang of men and n team, who riro often sent out to the farthest corners of tho town, taking nbout n half day to get thero nnd often being compelled to mnko several trips on this account. It Is figured that the patrolmen will not Incrcnso tho expense, but will n system for keeping tho roads In bettor condition. It is bolleved that 1,000 patrolmen will bo appointed uuder this plnu during tho yeur. pro-vhl- o arth. Scientists Study Problem. Men of science from tho Ohio universities made special trips to Marlon to study tho problem. As tho story of tho bull wns spread scientific men from universities farther away went to study tho ball. When tho first professor of physics looked nt the sphere tho rough spot on way up tho ball was about toward its top us It rested ou tho pedestal. Ho took n photograph of tho ball in that position, tho rough spot designating that tho ball wns moving in tho vertical circle. o Tho noxt scientist who took a of tho ball showed It in different position. Tho ball had turned in part in tho vertical clrclo nnd then had revolved in tho horizontal. This led to further controversy until many men of sclenco met to study tho unique probone-half pic-tur- Oil Cheaper Than Water. According to the figures given out by the commissioner of public works of Rhode Island, It cost less last year to lay the dust on tho highways by the use of oil thnn It cost to attempt to do so by tho use of water In previous years. Tho total figures which were made public give about $2,000 in favor of the oil. But it will be very generally admitted that the advantage 1a other ways Is so much greater that had the money cost for the oil been greater every ono in tho cjty would have approved the policy of tho highway department Of course the cost of oil Is grentcr than tho cost of water, but tho saving is In the matter of labor. One man with n wagon nnd pair of horses can keep only n small section of Delhi and Its History. with wnter, while Shah Jchan In 1C31 built the present the city sprinkled having gone over a city of Delhi, close to the old Delhi, that same outfit, stretch of street with oil. Is not re and made It the royal residence. Tho quired to visit that particular place Mohammedans still call it Shahjehana-had- , ngnln . for weeks. tho "city of tho king of tho world." Nadir Shah, tho Persian usurper, captured It In 1739. massacred ROADS. TURKEY'S thousands of tho Inhabitants nnd bore away plunder to the vnluo of nearly A French company has obtain-e- d $100,000,000. Including tho famous pea- T the concession for the repair j! cock throne nnd tho great Kohlnoor and construction of roads in .j diamond. The British first came into Turkey. It covers 4,750 miles in control In 1S03. when tho Mahrattas Turkey in Asia and 1,600 miles were defeated near Delhi by Lord In European Turkey. The esti- - ; Lake. AVhen tho sepoy mutiny broke ' mated cost is $13,608,000. out In IS." Shah Mohammed Baha-dou- r, then ninety years old, took command of the city and until tho English Hedges and Weeds. again triumphed enjoyed the imperial On some public roads tho hedges nnd stato to which he bad long been a tho weeds give them the appearance of stranger. a wilderness. It causes them to hold the moisture after a rain nnd keeps Harriman Told Him. soft and muddy. Tho weeds Ilnriiman had an almost supernatu- the roadsthe use of nny part of tho prevent ral Instinct for knowlug what was In the cengoing on nnd who was doing it in tho road except the beaten path ter of tho lanes, nnd that wears deep mysteries of stock manlpulntlon. Once In tho track. when Southern Faeific had been going holes and ruts If tho highways were graded and up fast. Harriman nnd various banking houses buying in concert, he called the drag applied after every rain It up on tho telephone ono of his private would do nwny with tho weeds nnd "Somebody is selling," ho make n good. wide, free roadwny But brokers. "Yes, sir," was tho answer. the hedges mut be kept down to said. the be.t results "Well, hand the mnrket 25.000 for me." Immediately he called up tho When you have rheuiyatistn In your head of a banking firm much interested In tho market. "Who's selling foot or instep, apply Chamberlain's LiniSouthern Fnclflc?" he nsked. "I don't ment and you will get quick relief. It know; wo haven't been nblo to find costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For out," wns the nnswer. "I'll tell you," sale by all dealers. snapped Ilurrlraan; "It's your house." And ho cut off tho connection before any reply to him could bo mnde. ExCandy For Children. so-tur-o COL. H. Irvington,' Ky. J. GORSUCH, I !t Ik !k RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Far- mors Line" rate. CUMBERLAND j I TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY j C. W. BOIILER AURI0N WEATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, .Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. change. The Tough Kid. Nabor I 11 Dyspepsia is America's curse. Bur. dock'Blood Hitters conquers dyspepsia eveiytiuie. It drives out impurities, tones the stomach, restores perfect digestion, normal weight, and good heal houso yesterday. Subbubs Yes; that boy of mlno climbed up on tho porch when ho was told not to, nnd Nabor Ah. I see. lie fell and broke his Subbubs Not muchl Ho's sound as i dollar. But my wlfo tried to whip Mm for It, and now she's a nervous saw tho doctor at your ind physical wreck. Catholic nnd Times. Stand-ir- d th. A ' lem. Muny theories were- - advanced as to tho causo of tho movement of tho ball. Finally many geologists of noto and recognized authority evolved a theory which is generally accepted as true. Th&tlm cnunot understand, sir. why you permtl your daughter to Hue me for breach of promise. You remember that you wore bitterly opposed to our engagement becauso I wasn't good enough for her and would disgrace tho family." "Young taan, that was sentiment; this Is business." "1 Matter of Business. New to Him. "I seo your son has gono to work." "Yep." "now Is he gottlng along?" Oh, fino! Anything In Uio way of a novelty always appeals to blm." It goes without saying that discretion must be used as the time and amount The when candy is given to'children. best time for such indulgence is immediately after a meal, not before it. If surfeited with sweets there will be no room left for wholesome food of other varieties. Children who have plenty of fresh air will bring to the table a good appetite for soup, meat and potatoes and they would much better have fruit, raw or cooked, and pure candy by way of dessert than rich pastry and plum cake. The Christian Herald. Estimates on Application HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO, . 4 SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL Notice That resolutions of rospoct aro published at 5 cents per line. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. at lowcss market prices, also Washington Herald. In High Life. "Met your wlfo lately?" "No; but I see by tho society papers that she will be nt home twice this LoulsvJJJfi Courier-Journ- al Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, Bran and Brick. At the Depot month." Hardinsburg, Ky. .'..1 LENSES REVEAL WORLD BUILDING Creation of New n bio readily to obtain a Hpectnim of the central muss for nnnlysls giving us the chemlcnl components of tho SEEING It Should Da THE FAR EAST. lcz)cnorzz3fo1fc 0 t on o1cioiz51 Jlfo 0 0 Q Planet Seen From Los Angeles, JohnW. Sickeln)Uh, of GreensSoro, Ph., Iias three children, nnd tike most children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough tiled' icine," he says ,,bnt hnve never found anv yet Unit did tlitm ns much good as Chamberlain's Coutth.Hemcdy." For sale by all dealeis. SHAVING PHOTOGRAPHS SHOW PROCESS IS NOT FATAL. Darbers Nowadays Do Not Use fl mers and Cold Chisels. Swirling Mass of Gases Five Hundred In reply to n correspondent who says Billion Miles In Diameter Now Throwing Off Matter That When Cool he yearns to have bis flowing beard removed and yet lacks the Spartan May Become Inhabited Like tho firmness of tho early martyrs to face Earth, Astronomers Assert. the ordeal and innkcs a pathetic appeal for advice the nlfiilfa editor of Tho powerful reflection mirror of tho the Emporia Gazcttp unfeelingly reMount Wilson sixty Inch telescope, marks: near Los Angeles, hns found nnd pho"Tho nlfalfa editor can offer no adtographed n swirling mass of gases vice or encouragement to such a tremGOO.OOO.OOO.OOO miles In diameter in tbo bling soul. It seems probablo thnt he has worn his whiskers for many years. act of throwing off n now world. Tho photograph shows a spiral nebu- It Is likely that he hasn't purchased a la, apparently disproving tho nebular shavo for a quarter of a century and therefore Is Ignorant of tho Improvehypothesis of the famous French wJ.iIch have In tho La Placennd substantiating ments achievedart tonsoiinlyears. It Is In recent been tho moro recent nebu r hypothesis of no longer like going through a slaughProfessor Chambcrlnlu of Chicago uni- ter house to an open grave to bo shavversity. by an expert barber. In fact, that This photograph Is by far tho most ed operntion hns been so shorn of Its terdistinct photograph of n spiral nebula rors that many eminent citizens conever taken. It was taken by Professor sider It n pleasure to visit the barber. G. W. Ititchey of tho obscrvntory staff. is no longer necessary to strap a Chamberlain and his colleagues recent- It patient down in tho chair before shavly evolved tho theory of a spiral nebu- ing him; neither is It necessary to adla whipping from Its gaseous masses minister anaesthetics to his whiskers. matter to become its satellites. These, "Tho man whose only reason for cooling, will become planets and may wearing whiskers Is the fact that ho become Inhabitable iiko the earth. fears tho barber shop will gain little Tho spiral nebula In tho Mount Wil- Bympnthy. If ho tries to cxplnln thnt Viewed Through tho Bible and "Arabian Nights." Tho best books on the east, na every one knows, nie the Dlblo nnd tho "Ar.v binn Nights," nnd yet I found most trnvclers were saturating themselves with snlpplty descriptions of monu- mcnts and places, with tnblolds of his- tory, with technical paragraphs on nr- chitccturc nnd the ethnic religions, with Ilguroii about tbe height of this nnd the length of that or condensed statistics of exports nnd Imports nud the tonnngc through the Suez cnnnl nnd dates nbout thu Pharaohs nnd tho Mughnls. No wonder they see nothing, know nothing, enjoy nothing nnd como home bringing n few expletives, adjec-live- s nnd photographs which can bo had for n small price In cither Now York or London. Tho first thing to do in going to tho cast Is to turn your education out on your desk so that you can get nt tho bottom of it, nnd there you will tlnd the Dlble and the "Arabian Nights" nnd the "Odyssey" nnd "Iliad" nnd "Virgil" nnd "Herodotus" nnd "Xcno- phon," and you will rcnllze whnt n fool you were not to have devoted more time to them when you were nsked to do so. Guldo booka enn get you to tho cast, but they do not get you Inside. It is temperament, not trains, that counts. Price CoHier In Seribner'a Mngnzine. GET READY FOR Ready-Mad- e SPRING TIME ' ' o j ' ' Latest styles in Suits for Misses Men's Spring and Ladies orderClothing ed to suit you Laces, Embrod- ies and "all kinds or beautiful ma terials for Springy 0 I New Dress Goods, New Hosiery and New Shoes Agent for the Celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Deering Harvesting Machinery and all kinds of Farming Implements Homestead Fertilizer for Plant Beds Can furnish you Pure Raw Bone Meal Union Made Itching, Heeding, protruding or blind pyles yield to Doati'a Ointment, Chronic cases soon leleived, finally cured. All druggists sell it. Perfumes. Civet is an aromatic substanco of tbo consistence of honey and is obtained from n pouch on tho civet cat. an animal from two to three feet long nnd nbout ten or twelve inched high, Tho best known of animal odors is musk, which Is obtained from tho musk deer. Chlnn furnishes tho best pods or sacks qunllty. Twenty-fiv- e are packed In oblong boxes composed of plates of lead Inclosed in n caddy made of pasteboard. Musk is obtained from Assam, Siberia, the Altai Carhart Overalls, "First in the Heart of the People" son photograph Is known to scientists he cannot shavo himself without sufas Messier 51, according to tho chart fering tho agonies of tho all fired ho of tho French scientist Messier. will gain less. Such excuses might Invisible to Naked Eye. havo had somo forco long ngo, when Using the lower limit or most con- barbers used hammers and cold chisservative base of figures, It Is calculat- els, but sclenco has made giant strides ed to bo 5.805,090,000,000 miles from In recent years, nnd the country Is full earth. Not even tho faintest glimmer of painless barbers, and a clean shavo of Its light can bo seen from earth by costs no anguish or lncouvcnlcncc." tho nnked eye. To the smaller telescopes Itseem3 n blur hazy, without For any pain from top to loe, from form or shapX any cause, apply Dr. Thomas' Electic The new world or sun, which scien- oil. Pain can't stay where it is used. tists ou Mount Wilsou hnvo photographed pendant from tho parent maSs by one of the luminous branches, beMICROSCOPIC MESSAGES. cause of its density will bo whipped Is now some 150,000,000,000 clear. It How n Slnglo Pigeon Might Carry a miles from the central luminous area Whole Library. of tho larger nebula. It may Itself For moro than 2.000 years carrier become an independent nebula and roam in that section of tho firmament pigeons have been used to carry mesoccupied by the spiral nebula from sages when no other means sufficed, and during the slego of Paris, when which It sprang. More probably, say scientists, the 303 birds were sent out from tbo doomlarger body will hold It In attraction ed city, one of tho birds performed the almost Incredible feat of carrying to to a regular elliptical orbit world on one trip no less Walter S. Adams of the Mount Wil- the outside messages averaging twenty tbau 10,000 sou solar observatory of tho Carnegie SOO.000 words, each. This institution discussed tho nebula theory. words equivalent of was or six average live or tho Mr. Adams Is in charge of the observ) atory during tbe nbsenco of its direc- novels. Thl3 marvel was accomplished by tor, Dr. George Ellery nale. who is In means of microscopic photography, Uie Egypt. messages being first prluted with ordiCan't Prove Theory. nary typo nnd then photographed and "We have not time to prove an rephotogvaphed until they bad been hypothesis." said Mr. Adams. "It would reduced several hundred diameters. require thousands of years to observe The final photographs were taken on definite change in nny of the nebulae. filtns or pellicles of collodion, each of But we find many more of the spiral which, nbout two Inches square, connebulne than of the other variety. tained 50,000 words. A dozen of these "Tho nebula we have photographed films, rolled up iu a quill, weighed but Is ono of the comparatively few of one tweuty-elghtof nn ounce. The Which broadside views con be obtained messages could, of course, be read neband Is really remarkable. This with a microscope without the necesula is undoubtedly composed of gas- sity of rcphotographlng nud enlarging. eous and possibly liquid substances Under favorable conditions and for like the sun. With the sixty Inch tele- comparatively short distances pigeons scope we hope before long to obtain a havo carried as much as spectrum which will decide tho quesof nn ounce. Using the photo retion. The light Is, however, so ex- duction method, it would therefore bo tremely fulut that an cxposuro of posslblo for a slnglo bird to carry hours will bo necessary. messages equal in words to no fewer "Tbo 100 inch reflector will have than 120 ordinary volumes. Harper's nearly three times the light gathering Weekly. power possessed by tho sixty Inch Instrument. anl with it w should In Do you know that all of the minor ailments, colds are by far the most dan gerous? It is not the cold its self that you need to fear, but the serious diseases that it often leads, to. Pneumonia and consumption are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you ran? Fr h three-quarte- Our Great Piano Contest is going on. You mountains and other parts of northern Asia. Ambergris is nnother animal odor. It is secreted In tho intestines of the spermncetl whale. A very curious fact is that nmbergrls Is only accumulated by disease that Is, it Is only secreted In n sick whale. It Is very hard, of a light gray color nnd is found in quantities varying from twenty to fifty pounds. It Is worth about G an ounce. London Standard. Mucilage and Gum. get it if you are diligent and work for it. Get your friends interested. Get them to come to our store and buy and turn over their .tickets to you. Someone will get this piano. Why not you? Remember we are making big REDUCTIONS on every article in our stock. Come and see us. tickets whenyou pay your account. Our piano is a fine instrument. It is worth a place in any household. Yau can get tickets with every article. You get "I went Into n stationer's shop in London one day." said an American, "and said to the shop assistant: " 'No, sir,' tbe young man answered. Wo try to take In all tbo papers, but there are so many new ones coming out Still, I can order mucllago for you. sir. Which number did you "'Do you keep mucllugo?' W. o C. c want?' "I learned afterward that I should have nsked for gum. They don't have tbo word 'mucilage' over there in England. nor Moorman Glen Dean, Ky. o c i o D 0 on HOE 3lfo1CZJOEz51 'PI "But an Englishman traveling on ane of our railways stopped a train boy nnd said: "'Have you got any gum?" '"No; I don't use it, boss,' tbo boy replied in frleudly fashion, 'but I can let you have a chaw off this here plug.' "Washington Star. "Did you learn any French while you were in Paris?" nsked Blldad, meeting Slithers shortly after his return from Europe, "Ob. a little." said Slithers. "Not bo very much, though. 1 got so I could say cigarette In French." "Good!" said Blldad. "What Is clga-- ' retto in French?" An Accomplished NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE-- - But They DO Much Want More Business! Linguist. They help to lent ntid sell rral estate; rent rccms; secure positions; find good lielp;Qin fact they sell what is not "wanted and find what is wanted. If you have a Small Business and "Try a Breekenridfre News "Want Ad." The fact thattbcy are helping rrany others of our rt adei is pood pi oof that one would help you ...Write, Call or Telephone... If not convenient to leave your ad. at The News cilice, telephone thrui to 46. the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient. "Cigarette." said Slithers. Harper's Weekly. We will tell you For His Sake "My husband begged me to take Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie L. Bishop, of Waverly, Va., "and for his sake I to try it. Before I had taken 1 bottle, 1 felt better. "Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off, but nowll am all right" eed sale by nil dealers. HAD Taking Away From the Subject. When Frederick Robertson of llrlgh ton, the great preacher who had writ ten much nbout Tennyson' poems nnd for whom the poet had a high regard, first called upon him. "I felt." stW Tennyson, "as If he had come to pluck nit the heart of my mystery, so I talk h1 to him nbout nothing but beer." Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man Should Have a Bank Account RPPJHUSP byi jai E 50 Take The Woman's Tonic You know Cardui will help you, because it has helped others who were in the same fix as you. It is not only a medicine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredients, it is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effec- ts. For the First Comer. Your money is safer iii thehat.k than anywhere elso. Paying your hills Young Man-- So Miss Ethel Is your check is the simplest and most convenient method. Your check becomes a vou- Who comes after her"; sister. And Ho Had a Sign Out to Let the oldest Brother-Nobo- dy nln't come yet Small "iMonoy in tho i better sfardirjr with business men. cber for the debt it pays. " It pivcf Neighbors Know. but pa says the first fellow that comes j A bank account teaches, helps and encourages you to save. credit. Vfhirf bunk strengthens your In n little settlement on the outskirts run Unvo ton Trnnscrlpt. of Chicago two houses stand out more Youv bank hook is a record of your business. bank does all tho book-keepinTolstoy's Intensity. boldly than tho rest. These two nro Everything In Tolstoy's character, tho domiciles of two Italians of means, BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OP DIRECTORS EXAMINED DEC. who, although being very Iguorant nays a Russian writer, attains titanic proportions. "Ah a drinker bo absorbed men, vied with each other for tho fantastic iuuntlties of liquor. As a social leadership of tho locality. To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old EsiahlMird Bunk, we extend our service One day a uowcomer, in search of gambler he terrified his partners by temporary lodgings, attracted by a tho boldness of his play. As n soldier & .: Co., Ky. conspicuous sign In the window of tho ho advanced gayly to bastion four, tho bastion of death at Sevastopol, nnd first of these two houses, stepped to there he made .dying men laugh at his tho door to mako Inquiry. every sayings. He "I seo you havo furnished rooms witty hla prodigious surpassedin sport activity one by here," ho said to the swarthy man who Our Students At State Normal. us well ns In literature" A Popular Prayer Meeting. answered his knock. STEPHENSPORT "Yu," rejoined tho foreigner, pointA letter from a student nt Bowling Agriculture. ing to tho furnished' room sign, "dcre's There is probably not a. church in Green gives the following list of Breck-enridg- e No other human occupation opens bo da sign." Rev. Setton, of Kingswood, Is hold- Kentucky that has as largely attended profitable and students at the State Normal, "Well, if you havo ono that's suitablo wldo a field for tho of labor with ing a revival at the Methodist church. prayer-meetin- g as the Baptist church of and asks "Are there any more comagreeable combination I'd liko to rent it for awhile." cultivated thought as agriculture. Ere Two weeks ago one hun- ing?" Paul M. Busham, Jones Mercer, Mrs. Mack Stiff has returned to Cloverport, "Wo no rent da rooms," was tho long tho most vnluablo of all arts will declaration. "I got my fam- bo the art of deriving a comfortable Henderson. dred members were present, last week Paul Rhodes, Roy McCoy, Ernest Gibily In here, and dey take up all da subsistence from tho smallest area of Mrs. Otis Dowell Is on the sick list. seventy five and never less than forty-fiv- e. son, Clyde larboe, Lonnie Carrville, house" Misses Eliza Stlth, Edna Ilenninger Abraham Lincoln. The church has the largest Sun- Zetta Simmons, Mary Bennett, "Don't rent any rooms? Why, then, land Belva French is little Improved, Helen havo you that sign stuck In tbe winday school in the county. Rev. Mr. FURNISHED ROOMS. her.-Bos- g. 7 The Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Hardiusburg, I Cardui can be relied pon to help you. Try it today. At all druggists. A Strike. dow?" "Why don't you go to the dance to"I'll tell you. Las' week dat fellow night, Harold? Haven't you any next door hang such a sign 1b hi front flame?" window, an' we'll I see dat I put one "Yes. dad," said the Harvard ef da same kind In my front window, "a flame, but no fuel." Life. Just to show da people dat he ain't only man lh dls place dat have his A grateful dog Is better than an unrooms furnished 1'Wudge'a Library. truthful man. Saadi. stu-len- t, Mrs. John Wlnchell has returned Farmer and his members are to be confrom Louisville. gratulated. "Union Depot" will be given at the schoolhouse Saturday night. Doan's Regulets cure constipation If the best Is not too good for you without galplng, nausea, uor and weakLewlsport Best Flour is the flour you ening effect. Ask your druggist for ought to use. them. 25 cents per bo-fc- . Whittinghlll. These twelve young people are availing themselves of the splendid opportunity offered by the State for. a thorough preparation for teaching. The letter concludes with, "Breckeu-ridg- e is descending iastead of ascead. ing in number ia attendance." 6 V THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. Some Talk. The ofllco new boy. MfimiRer turned to tha Issued Every Wednesday. "llore, George," lio said, "go into tho next room nud look up 'collaborate.' I nm not qulto euro nhout tho spelling." Tho boy disappeared nnd didn't return. Tho ninnaRcr put tho letter nsldo nnd took up somo other duties. nnd Presently ho remembered tho went out to lool: for him. IJo found tho lnd studying tho big dictionary EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1, 1911 ty Even if this is tho case, the child should bo impressed to "What?" only ono ticket to tho con"Bought save a nickel, if not more, out of every quarter he gets. It is a cert." Meggcmlorfer Blatter. struggle to satisfy one's wants or needs imaginory needs and while struggling tis bettor to struggle and save. Not for the purpose of "The schoolThe Aspect. police board board, tho getting rich, but for the ability of appreciation. Ono saves what ho nnd tho Jail board are nil in tho limelight at once for trouble." appreciates and appreciates what he saves. "Yes, it certainly does seem as if our Shake off tho grip, of your old enemy, Nasal Catarrh, by using Ely's Cream Balm. Then will nil the swelling ni d soreness bo driven out of tho tender Inflamed membranes. The fits of sneez-I- n notify us. Fixing the Lesson. will cease and the discnurge, ns ofParson Saunders was a Uttlo perone Sunday morning over somo fensive to others as to yotwelf, will be turbed worldly matter nnd made a mlstako stopped when tho causes that produce Cleanliness, comfort In tho reading of tho Scriptural les- it nre removed. We arc authorized to announce JAS.. K. McCREARY as a Ho read tho second lesson nnd renewed health by the use of Cream sons. for Governor of Kentucky Mibjcct to the action of tho where he Bhould hnvo read tho first Balm. Sold by nil druggists for 50 As ho ncarcd the end of his rcndlng(, cents, or malted by Ely Bros., 50 Warprimary election May 27. tho parson saw that ho was In error. ren Street New York. Ho saw that his congregation know ho was In error. How, then, to conA VlllLAXTROVW ACT. clude? To concliulo In tho orthodox L0DIBURG The Pineville Sun says: "Because he hopes for the success of way "hero endctli t he second lesson" as It was not tho sectho postal savings bank system, and is fond of children, J. II. Bart-lo- tt, would hardly do. Nor, could of jNIiddlcsboro, has started a hank account with a small sum on ond lesson, but tho first called tho Arthur Dowell Buys Property in It, on tho other hand, bo deposit for every school child in Middlesboro, regardless of race. first lesson since properly It was the M. Basliam lrvinffton-- F. Thcro arc 1,106 white children and 319 colored enrolled in tho second? Parson Saunders, after a moAble to Be Out Again frankly schools. Bartlctt believes his idea will be the basis of the savings ment's thought, wisely nnd -- 0th.tr concluded: Personals habit for many of the Middlesboro school children." "Here endeth the wrong lesson." From our point of view the ambition of tho citizen of tho" Magic Now York Press. ai. C. Avltt, of Seattle, Washington, City for tho success of tho postal savings bank is most unselfish on Very Can3iderat. was the guest of his father, J. H. Avitt his part and will be the means of teaching tho school children of "I suppose. Jennie, you .vouldn't last week. Middesboro tho lesson that is so often skipped. Tho savings habit is waut to go to the concert Wednesday M. C.ishman left one day last week your valuable for the child to acquire if he has anything to save, but few In 'You old hat?" for Brazil, Tndlnna, to visit relatives. 1 couldn't possidear thing! children ever have a penny to call their own. If they make money, bly think of showing myself In It." II. B. Parks was the guest of his bro"That's what I thought, so I" they usually have to buy their clothing, etc., with it, at least they ther, Dr. S. P. Parks, of Irvington, one with great Intentncss. "What nro you doing, deorgo?" ho asked. Subscription Pnco $1.00 a year in advance. Tho boy looked nronnd. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and 5 cents for each ad"I forgot tho word you told me, sir," ho replied, "an' I'm lookln' through ditional insertion. tho book to Hnd It." CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of Tho manager gasped. 10 cents per lino. "How far havo you got?" "I'm Just finishing tho second pnge, OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money sir." Cleveland m ndvancc. "That'll do, George." Plain Dealer. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please Gypsy Queens. occasions America treats Its gypsy monnrchs with full regal pomp. Matilda Stanley was necorded nn almost royal funeral In 1878. at Dayton, 0.. where, ton years later, another queen was crowned with nil proper ceremonial. In Englnnd, too, gyp3y queens hnro received all due honor. Esther Fnn Illytho. who died In 18S3, hnd many members of tlb aristocracy on her visiting list, and she, too, had a regular coronation. But on tho whole, tho gypsy has not had a very good time In England. An net of 1R02, for cxnraple. mado It a felony without benefit of clergy to bo merely seen for n month In tho society of gypsies, while for nctunlly being n gypsy no punishment was too sevoro. London On STORIES WHITTKM While The Press Thunders 11Y N LOUISK Mrs. R. S. Carter made us a pleas- when she started to services Sunday Standard. For Governor. think so. o o o o o o We heard a woman say recently that for a while she could not keep her boy in spending change. He is not more than eleven years of age and yet ho spent more for foolishness every week than many children spent for the necessities. Finally she decided on a plan to allow him twenty-fivcents a week only. Now tho hoy saves more than half of it over' week. e city public nffnlrs wero going by the board." New York Journal. Tho law of the harvest Is to reap more than you sow. Sow an act and you reap a habit; sow n habit and you reap n character; sow n character nnd George D. Board you reap a The Harvest. nan. years. ooo Although Mrs. Cattcr has always Say, dear Louise, we have the uglibeen cautious to. see that the little ness; please tell us what kind of tie to lamp was trimmed and burning every get Owensboro Inquirer. night for over a quarter of a century, A dark blue, a golden brown or gray. she has never been the appointed keepLouise. e er until very recently. Her ooo guides the boats safely by tho large Some of the states arc taking the sand bar in the Ohio at Carter's Land- matter seriously of taxiDg the bacheling. ors. We are not so interested In comooo pelling the strangely attractive old Tho shop one cannot pass in the new chaps to pay taxes for their single book store opened by Chas. T. Dearlng blessedness because were it so, they Company in Louisville several squares would have less money to buy candy 'out" Fourth Avenue from the old flowers for the girls. There would place, which will still be open to Its and not be half so many old bachelors if customers. The new establishment many of them would get up a new line has a charm all its own what It Is can of talk. The majority have certain hardly bo told, the mission furniture, stories, jokes and experiences that the potted palms and plants or the thou- they relate every time a girl Is with sands of books therein. All of them them. The bachelor does himself a make the store onchanting. Its special great injustice by telling his same old feature is the rest room where anyone fancies over time and again. is welcome to linger. Jule Day is manager of tho Dearing Book ShopDe and ooo AnyChas. A. Uhrig is his assistant. Few girls can resist flirting some one is cordially given the opportunity times just a little but it is a shame the to join the circulating library at the way the Cloverport young ladies flirt. rate of two cents a day. The other afternoon at the station a ooo splendid looking man in the parlor car day last week. Remarkable whut an influence some of an east bound train smiled and smiled Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, of Louis- articles have on the reader. Recently at one of our own girls. She didn't ville, are the guests of their parents, Mrs. David W. Fairleigh, of Louisville look at him directly until the wheels Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown, of Rhodelia read a piece on being sociable to stran began to turn towards Louisville, then she faced the man deliberately and this week. gers at church and she resolved that turned up her nose at him. Mrs. Bettie Argabrlght is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Basham, of IrEddie Bruce is at Hawesviile. Arthur Dowell has bought property vington. Rev. Getlan, of Louisville, delivered in Irvington and will move his family Mr. and Mrs. Cormillous Bandy, of two fine sermons at the Walnut Grove there.ln a short time. Frymirc were visiting Mrs. Bandy's Sunday. We ara glad to; see F. M. Basham parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson church last Saturday and Miss Nora Harrison has a good pos- out again after a severe attact of rheweek. last umatism. ition at Louisville. Miss Ellen Ryne and Miss Cartwrlg-ht- , . Dowell, of near Hardlns-burg- , Mrs. G. If the best is not too good for you, of Victoria, were the guest of their is the guest of her son, Mr. Ar- Lewisport Best flour is the flour you cousin. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Macy last ought to use. thur Dowell, this week. Saturday. light-nous, except every Sunday when she walks to church a distance of three miles. Mr. Carter has just gotten a skiff and they will make their trips to Clover-po- rt The Carter family now by water. Uvo on the river and have been keeping the safety light house twenty seven ant call Saturday. The roads between morning that she would pay particular here and Carter's Landing have been attention to the visitors in the congreIn such a deplorable condition all win- gation. She could harHly wait until ter that she has come io town seldom the services were over to speak to two young men near her and Invite them to come back next Sunday When she shook hands with the men and extended them a gracious invitation, they thanked her and laughed, then ono said, "We come every Sunday, Mrs. Fairleigh, we arc members." good-lookin- g G-- ERFUL WHITE SALE MARCH 6 TO MARCH 11 REDUCED PRICES to miss this Many Great Bargains that are not cannot afford u advertised-Yo- special sale on all our white goods-Co- me India Linen Jndia India India India India Linen Lined Lined Linen Linen worth worth worta worth worth 7Ac early next Monday. Worth $1. nt 85c. Linen Sheeting Worth 50o at 44c. Worth 75c at G5. 25c 20o 15c Gowns Worth 50c ut 44c. Worth 75c at 65o. Worth $1. at 85c. American Beauty Corsets Miscellaneous 7c. 10 at 8Ac. 12Jc at 10c. 15c at 12Je. 20c at 15c. at 5e. Worth $1. at 85n. Worth 40c at 32c. White Batiste White Batiste worth 50c at 40c. -- Linen Finished Suitings quality at 20c. quality at 15c. quality at 12c. 12ic quality at 10c. A big lino of Embroidery and Trimmings all at reduced prices. Skirts Worth'.75o at G5c. Worth SI. at 85o. Worth $1.50 at .$1.24. It will pay you to see this line. Ready-mad- Hopo Cotton at 8c. Good quality bleached cotton worth 8c at White Batiste worth 40c at 30c. White Batiste worth 35c at 25 J White Persian Lawn White Persian Lawn worth 12Jc at 10c. White porsian Lawn worth 15c at 12$c. White Persian Luwn worth 20c at 15c. White. Persian Lawn worth 25e at 20c White persiun Lawn worth 30o at 25c. Linen Laces At 4c per yard. yard at 4c. A big lino of Linen Laces worth 5o per Lace worth 10c at Value Valuo Value Valuo e 50o at 44: Value 75o at G5c. at 85c. Value $1.50 at $1.24. $1. Valuo $2.50 at $2. $2. at $1.75. $3. at $2.50. Shirt Waists at 10c. Huck Towels, large size, 2 for 25c Ladies pure linen Handkerchief nt 5o. Ladies pure linen Handkerchief worth 15c Special Broom worth 35o goes at 25c. to a customer. Only ono Table Linen Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth 35o at 22Jc 45o at 35c. 50o at 44o. 75o nt G5c. $1. nt 85c. 35c at 25c. 40c at 35c. 50o at 44o. 75c at 05c. From 1 till 2 o'clock Figured white goods for waists 15c goods at 10c. 20c goods nt 15c. 25o goods at 20c. 8c. Muslin Uuderwear Biggest und most complete lino ever brou- Thursday, March 9. Standard Granulated .Sugar 21 pounds for $1. Only ono dollar's worth to a customer. . , ght to Irvington. New white goods linare 20c goods at 15c. 25c goods at 20c. 30c goods at 25c. This is tho newest Ladies Corset Covers Skirts, princes slips, chemise gowns Drawers Ect. Corset cover worth 15c yard nt 10c. Corset Cover worth 25c at 20c. Corset Cover worth 50o at 44c. Lace Curtains Worth Worth Worth Worth 50o at 44c. 75c at 05c. $1. at 85c. $1.25 at $1. Waist Fronts' thing in whito goods. Come Early Stay. Late ED. F. ALEXANDER :- -: Irvington, Ky. the sunshine and flowers in Sanford, Florida. FOR Chns. Fallon is arranging an Interesting program for Sunday night'd League. Ely's Cream Balm W. E. Board and W. R. Moorman, It qtricklv absorbed. Institute at Jr,, attended the 6I Relief at Onco. Mt. Sterling. It cleanses, Roothcs, heals and protects Mrs, Forrest Lightfoot entertained the disenspa mem. brane resulting from Catarrh and drives Saturdny afternoon for the chuln of the away aCold In tliolleail quickly. Restores Methodist Aid Society. the Senses of Taste anil Smell. Full size Mrs. Wm. Porter and David May, of BO cts. at Druggists or by ninll. Liquid Owensboro, were guests of Mr. and Cream Bnlm for mo in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Urothors, CO "Warron Street, New York. Mrt. Chns. May Sunday. Miss Addie Ditto, of Louisville, who Is the guest of Mrs. John D. Babbage, THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE, ADVERTISING .vlll return home Friday. Robt. Wilson and Miss Audrey Perweddkins attended the ing at Mattingly Sunday. . GENERAL OFFICE3 NEW YORK AND CHICAGO D. H. Severs, who is devoting all BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES his time to farming, shipped a large number of hogs Sunday Mrs. Joe Headen and two little dauT5he Breckenridge News. ghters are in Fordsville for n visit with relatives for several weeks. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1, 1911 Mrs. Chas. Macey and Miss Helen Macey, of Stephensport, are guests of FttTEb FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine. Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices and I will be at my office every day for $ 5.00 For County Offices the present. V. G. Babbage. For State and District Offices....? 15.00 Eugene Carter, of Owensboro, and W.Ti'nr flAlla. ner line iv Felix Carter, of Huntingburg, Ind., ... . 1" have been visiting Felix Carter. ffnr Pnrrlq. Tier line For All Publications iu the later-es- t Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine and of Individuals or expression daughter, Miss Pauline, were guests of .10 nf Individual views oer line...- relatives in Stephensport Sunday. For Sale A span of fine mules, six years old. Will be brought to Clover-poSaturday. George N. Harris. Wanted A white girl to do general housework for small family. $H a week wages. H. Morrison, Cloverport. Mrs. Harry Morrison Is quite sick. Prof, and Mrs. Tanner will move into Beavln Tucker was in Louisville last the residence of Jas. S. Younger in week. High Street of the East Side next week Louisville SatYou can have all deeds,, mortgages A. B. Skillman was in andjegal papers drawn and acknowurday. Curt Weatherholt was in Addison ledged before V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. Friday. i Deputy Sheriffs R. O. Perkins and Virginia Hill has returned from Miss Arthur Beard went to Eddyville MonEvansville. Beavin and Alonzo Mrs. L. B. Perkins has returned from day to take John Dowell to the pen. Louisville. L. J. Irwin, president, and W. R. Mrs. Zack Hardin has returned from Hensley, train master of the L. H. and Louisville. St. L. R'. R.,were in Cloverport SunDr. Forrest Lightfoot was in Louis- day night and Monday. ville Monday. Miss Addie G. Ditto, Edwin Hodge Miss Jennie Green.of Falls ot Rough, and son. Edwin Hodge. Jr., of Hender Is in Chicago. son, attended the funeral of Thos. Mr. .mil Mrs. Alvin Pate were in Ditto at Brandenburg Monday. town Saturday. Norvall Spencer, who was operated Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Berry spent Sun- on saveral days ago by Dr. Simons and day in Stanley. was able .to return Dr. McDonald, Eugene Haynes, of Durant, I. T., to his home at Victoria Friday. jyas here last week. Misses Lucile Berry, Tneodocia Ma- Hardin Grove, theney and Lottie Matheney' went to Miss Edith Wheeler.of Miss Thelosla Louisville Thursday. Ind., is' in Louisville. of Stephensport, was in is studying millinery is Louisville. John Flood,, George DuRelle Fairleigh, who 'had Louisville Wednesday. Mrs. Ed. McAfee were here his throat operated on at the Jewish Mr. and Hospital in Louisville, is convalescent from Irvington Sunday. and expects to leave soon for St. Louis. Emeil Nolte was in Louisville last Richard C. Carter, son of R. S. Carweek for a little vacation. ter, has joined the army. He has been Dr. Wm. Howard, of Mattingly, has sent to Columbus, Ohio. As soon as gone to Louisville to live. sufficiently drilled he will be sent to the T. S. Wroe is in Irvington, the guest Phillipines. ' of his son, Durward Wroe. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reynolds and Messrs. Swan ana McGinnes, ot Lou- handsome twins, of Marshal, Texas, are isville, were here Saturday. the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mullen. Hon. Dave Moorman, of Glen Dean, They are spending this week with Mrs. went to Owensboro Friday. Henry Yeager. C e A girl arrived at the home of Mr. and The schools of Misses Julia and Mrs. J. W. Ball last Thursday. Wroe closed Friday and they reMiss Jennie Warfield, of Louisville, is turned home Saturday. They gave entire satisfaction at HUes Run and the the guest of Mrs. Frank Fraize. Bunger.of Ekron, patrons and pupils were highly pleased Mr. and Mrs. Ryan with their work. have returned from West Point. t are ill of Carl Tinius left Saturday after a visit Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stader to his home at Holt, for Louisville to grip at their 'home on the East Side. Dr. T. H. Wills went to spend a few days with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. lt) goes to Chicago Robert J. Ball. Lexington Saturday to visit his sister week to accept a position with the Mrs. Kate Ditzenbach spent the this Rose Tailoring Company. week end at Hites Run with relatives, Dr. Cross, of Cincinnati, was the truest of Cant. T. H. Rowland last HALF MINUTE TALKS A (tillable Remedy r;v- - tz-- J rsri? ?tt--r You are Proud of CATARRH Your Wife and Children Why don't you tyring them I to 1110 to be photographed? will give you n picture tlmt will make you prouder still. I Wants.? For Sale lllrd Vog Pups, by clrlck, Wcbiter. Ky. 8ALB-- 2 trv m pOIt K. L. Hen- - Entirely New A Great Labor Saver Jersey Cow row. t Imvo a nlrn.ttr- scy cow, 4 yours ol.l with a nleo .Tors y O ulfer culf by her mdo. I'rlco 06.-- W. Liw-oIrvliiKton, Ky, For Sale COU n, PALR-.lcrs- oy 20 IMule Team Borax I Brabandt Studio Cloverport, Ky. Will be in Irvington, Ky. March . For Sale Farm. COU SALE-Kar- m of twenty acres, rontaln- ltit h o welllnB and lilttckstnlth shop und orcl'iird, situated at Weber. Hancock roun-tKy. Two organs, surrey and spring I'f1p rm0"iM. Knr pnrMrulliri whKOIi. apply to. U ll irdtn, Cloverport. Ky. y, I Soap Chips For use in Laundry and Kitchen Clothes will take the starch much better and there is no "sticking' to the iron the clothes will iron cmnntll nnfl wViito T A Itr, anrA frr irnrnml linncn-"""- " uses, as dish washing, cleansing paints and floors, kitchen utenscls and for all purposes wherod. a highly cleansing and antiseptic suds"is required. For Sale Taul-Hawki- the Kentucky State Pair 1IU0. Erks In at right price Kirk Pyultry I'ano, W. lirown, Ptoprlctor. Wanted Tenant. Single Comb Drown Leghorns pOIt SALE Single Comb Hrown Leghorns. ' Tenessee winners 1010. Iliirru Plymouth KocUs, hri-- frtitn Htrnns wlnne winners at fen-so- n W. 23 and Pictures Enlarged Amateur Finishing When a person visits yo r town, don't say he was there several day last week Cut out ''several days." Another thing never write n man was in your town on business. Leave off the "on business." Rsmember tic best correspondents tell all the news in the fewest words possible. talks to serve Save these as gentle reminders when you write for the paper. They contain what I have learned about newspaper work from great journalists and by diligence ur.d close study. A. L. B. half-minu- VlANTED-- A tenant for the Ilallmnn farm TT nea i mites. Tenant must furnish teams. Write K. Mbovltz, Lewisport. Ky. For Sale Scholarship In the Bowline pOU Oreen University, pocd In any de art nientof that University. IlreckcnrldgcNjws, Cloverport, Ky. SALE-Scliolarihlp (fl W Su-fchold I! rm Try a Box At 10c. ....... TO THE PUBLIC have sold our Drug, Jewelry and Optical business to W. II. Gibson & Son and wish to thank our friends for the patronage they have giv. "Wo J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. rt Local Brevities Something New In Chafing Dishes. The vogue of the chafing dish, llko that of the ensscrole, 'Is steadily increasing In favor. One housekeeper who until recently held the theory thnt they were "messy things" and made more spots on the dlulug room rug than she cared to sco has been won over to using a nouvcau art chafing en us and to assure them that our successors will do all they can to retain it. Respectfully, i Nort hern White Seed Oats Warranted Pure I Severs Drug Co. Announcement Wo have bought the business of the Severs Drug Co., and wish to announce that the prescription case will, at nil times, be in charge of a registered pharmacist and we will At 5Qc Fer Oosliel HANUSOMi: COITKK CHAFING DISH. dish presented to her by a friend who was unaware of her prejudice. The design in the Illustration is a replica of this chafing dish, which Is one of the smartest things in this line The handle Is of on the market. ebony, and the contrast with the nrlulit reddish metal Is stunning. The jwner's monogram nppo-'ron one side if I lie dish in niK'rt loners of dull slis See us for prices on Flour, Meal, Mixed Feed, Shipstuff,$ Corn, Hay, Fodder, Oats. We are paying highest market price for Chickens, Eggs and all kinds of produce. Don't fail to come across when ycu come to Irv- ington. appreciate your Respectfully, pat- ronage. Fertilizer! Cumb. Phone We Fertilizer! Irvington, Ky er If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BEST flour is the Hour you ought to use. GIBSON & SON BAN Dessert A. D. ASHCRAFT & BRO. OFF FINGER BOWLS. NEW LINE OF I i; DRY GOODS Including Garpots and Mattings I Kath-erin- Just Received ! Full Stock of Garden Seed and Everything for the Farmer Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce-Eggs and Chickens for several Aionths, started back to school last 111 week. Billy Reid, who was WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS. No matter how old a man is, "Mr." is not necessary before his name in Col. Dick Skillman returned to Ste- writing unless you do not know his phensport Friday after a visit to Hard-bur- g. first name, then say Mr. Moorman, of Itvington, was hurt Saturday in a runMrs. Wave Roff has been ill since away, When you write about an accilast Wednesday at the Cloverport dent be sure to tell how it happened as well as the other three facts, the time, Hotel. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch are enjoying place and name. Adjunct to Bo Restored For English Royalty. One indication of the way In which things nre changing in Englnnd s new reign Is the announcement that Kin fienri?i has paused It to be known among those persons with whom lie ainv bo dining during the coming sen son that he does not insist, as has been the custom hitherto, on the absence of flnsrer bowls at dinner. These dessert conveniences were ban Ished from the royal tables over u century and a half ago at a time when certain adherents of the young pre tender were wont to drink the health of "the king over tho water" by pass lng their wineglasses across the linger bowls nnd thereby signifying tliclr nil- horenco to the old regime. This custom of doing without finger bowls obtained throughout tho reigns pf Queen Victoria and King Edward, even when the latter was Trince of Wales and dined out privately with his Intlmato friends, but tho new king despises these old Xashloned supcrstl ttons nnd traditions, and henceforth tho usual accompaniments to dessert Will appear on tho royal tables and on tho tables of thoso who entertain royalty. Print Everything from a Newspaper! to a Bible! school Saturday night was quiet a success. Miss Lelah Hawkins entertained sev oral of the young people from town CKLrinn manun !4nn4liftrliftH-"v Dfliiirjiuuiij Friday. The remains ot Allen Stiles was brought here from Tell City Wednesday for interment. He leaves a wife and two children who have our deep est sympathy. RichardMcAfee is able to be out again after several weeksillness Dot Stites, of Virginia, attended the funeral of his son, Allen, here last week. Lewis Perkins, of Louisville, was the guest of J. W. French Sunday. If thejbest is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you Notary Pi'blic Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' cxpciience in tho execution of ought to use. T0BINSP0RT. J. M. HOWARD Glen Dean, Ky. Thousands of Dollars the carelessness of those who fPaying the samo bill twico is a pastime few can afford . Avoid it by opening an uccount with this bank and paying all your bills by check. The endorsement becomos a receipt for the money. Wo pay four per cent interest on tiruo deposits. Chas. Hyde, of this place, is erecting legal a store building. T. W. Irvin, of Can- Long Lived Fenceposts. nelton, will furnish the goods nnd will Fenceposts In Argentina nro mnflo be ready for business by the first of of quebracho wood, which Is exceed April. Ingly hnrd. They last forty years. Arad Leaf left Tuesday morning for Lafayette to visit his daughter, Mrs. Prices Reasonable for First-clas- s Russia Tries Commercial Schools, He will bring Clara Polk, who is ill. St. Petersburg has twelvo commer Work clnl schools, tho admission being ro her home for a visit in a few days. stricted to brys. The Tobinsport Telephone Co , held a meeting Saturday afternoon for the purpose of electing officers. STEPHENSPORT Webster Taylor Is visiting his daughMrs, Walter Weatherholt has return- ter, Mrs. Hugh IGardner, near Lewis-por- t. ed home from Rome where she had Body of Allen Slltes Burled Wed been teaching school. Isom Lewis and family have moved nesday-Revi- val at Methodist Mrs. Wood Weatherholt was in Clo-nn- d from '.Millstone ;in Mrs. T. S. Leaf's Deeds, Mortgages, Con-tracts'a- nd other documents J ARE lost every year money. by Bank of Cloverport : Cloverport, Ky, residence. port Thursday. Miss JCarrie Tucker, of Cloverport, Mrs. Lula Dyer is visiting Mr. Mrs. Joo Beavln, of Hites Run, this has returned home after a visit to Mrs. Miss Carrie Walls, of Hardiusburtr week F. M. Polk. was the guest of friends hero Saturday Several of the ladies here have organMrs. Herbert Cockrell spent Mr. and and Sunday. Friday in Cannelton visiting Mrs.Sarah ized a sewing society. They met with Mrs. It. A. Smith Is visiting in Har Boultinghouse. Mitts Delia Winchell Thursday afterdlnsburg. Chester Polk and Charles Van Conia noon nnd hereafter will meet every They met with We are having.a very interesting rev left Thursday for Decatur, 111., to visit Tuesday afternoon. lval at the M. E. church. brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Sanders Tuesday, Feb. 28, their If the best is not too good for you Uncle Dick Skillman wan in town a Van Conia for a few days, after which Lewisport Best Flour is 'the Hour you few days last week, they will go to Reed, 111,, to work on a ;u . ought to ue. The entertainment given by the term this' coming suwnsr. Churcli Much Interest v'j. itr ifl rtl it iff A iff it A if iii .ti n i j;"AHas jj 1 Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by . ! J FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 190. by American Preii Association ! T CIIAI'TKIt XIII. TOOIC some of (lint money." Av- ery finally tnunnpod to sny ns lie saw lils two friemls before him. Plnkhti'm'n A'ocpf.l. "And you put It back," smiled hln nnmnnnnil Imw you touched Valentino. "The minute ono moro for me than an tno doctors. It you found you couldn't" T fnnl If mw li.tw tr toll vnti ...pn "That's It." put In Avery enperly facts. My heart is full of gratitude to ns he arose and proceeded to nld Ited you for my cure." Mrs. Hakiukt E. In restoring the scattered money to Its place. "I couldn't take It then. Ottumwa, Iowa. Now I can go out of here nnd know poses. Consider This Advice. that I'll never steal apnln." "Oh." exclaimed Hoso. drawing away Xo woman should submit to a surd "You mustn't go until Doyle comes "I want arm's which may mean death. h, for ho might see you on the street," at toll youlength temporarily.something cal operation,given Lydia E. Tinkham's until sho has to something. Lee. vcgetablo compound a lair trial. I've known for years and years wo This famous medicine, mado only are going to marry." from roots ana herbs, has lor thirty He caught her Into his arms once years proved to uo vno most vaiuamo more. tonic and invitrorator of tho femalo "I love you. It will never end." he organism. Women residing in almost every city and town in tno United whispered fondly. 'The telephone bell rang at his desk States bear willing testimony to tho Pink- As he released her and placed tho wonderful virtue of Lydia E. nam's vegetable compound. receiver ut his ear sho encircled his Mrs. Pinklinm, at Lynn, Mass., neck iu her arms and kissed him. Hello!' he called. As the response invites all side women to writecame she felt a tremor run through her for advice. I Tor ndvico is free, him. Ilaggardness came Into his eyes. conmlcnlial, and always helpful. He seemed almost to forget her pres ence. door opened to admit Mr. Lane, fol"Yes. yes." he answered; "I'll see the lowed by Detective Doyle. gentleman in n few minutes." Valentino looked up. He hung up the receiver. "God." "Mr. Randall." began Rose's father. ho groaned. "Doyle!" "this is Mr. Doyle, a detective, who Valentine turned toward tho girl. has been asking me some questions who surveyed him anxiously. about you that I feel you can better "What Is it?" she asked. Sho saw answer." that he was deeply worried. "Indeed?" looking at Doyle. "What "I don't know." he stammered, "but Is the name?" Valentino asked inno It is most important most important." cently. "Well. I'll run downtown; the car is His attitude made Doyle snort with waiting." sho said happily. "Then I'll anger. come back andget you and dad and "Doyle the detective grunted im n take you home." man he had staring His face had taken on the rmllor patiently, No. 12S9.at the that marked tho visages of men who known as rose and shook hands with Valentino came from Warden Handler's gamo of SE Klf.SKD ULi: AUAl.N ASli ACSAtS. Doylo. "Glad to know you. Mr. solitaire. Doyle." warned Valentino. "W.hen he comes "Yes, but should this man have busiyou can go out through the vault ne seated himself before the tray. room and make your getaway while ness which would take mo out of Well, what can 1 do for you?" he town" I stall u'Tin here." asked. "Rut you mustn't go out of town In talking with Avery, .TImmy Val- - now The detective's mouth gaped open. hear me." She, of course, had no glared at entine unconsciously fell into the use the smoothly speaking, of the vernacular of his early voca- not the slightest suspicion of tho true indifferently acting before importance of that telephone call. ' tion. him. then at the tray containing thou "I won't if there's a way out" "With a parting handshake Avery "Well, just don't just don't." plead- sands of dollars in bills nnd coin. went out into the vault room, whero Valentine went on counting the money ed Hose. "I am going to leave the chilRed was to exhibit to him the big ns unconcernedly as though playing take new safe. The assistant cashier, now dren hero to cried, care of you." "Hose." he "Rose, a game of jaekstraws with Bobby or that the tray of money had been re- it was chance that going to her. togeth- Kitty. brought us placed on the table, picked up the "What can you do?" exploded Doyle. er; it was chance photograph, hung it in the place of a prison one day. that brought you to "You can do ulno years for" 13 unceranother nfllxed to the wall at the tain, capricious, and Chance "You will excuse me." Interrupted that same chance right of his desk and inspected It may separate Mr. Lane, stepping toward the door. us suddenly." with pronounced satisfaction. "Nothing can separate us," confi- "I have no interest in the conversaThe hall door opened, and Hose Lane dently. tion. I am ure. And. Mr. Doyle." ho came Into the otllce. The girl was in "Let that be our prayer to all tho said pointedly to the bewildered de a peculiar mood that day there was gods. But this I want you to remem- tective. "I want you to thoroughly un no denying It. Valentino had always berfrom my soul love you. Now derstand that I have every confidence found his benofnqtor. young though go." in Mr. Rnndnll. as also have all the Bhe was, particularly dilllcult to fath Sho kissed her hand and waved it other directors." The door closed be om, nnd todny she was more ballllng than ever. She talked at length re- toward him as she went out of the hind him and Valentino was alono garding her plans for Urn children's door. with George Doyle. "Goodby, Hose." Christmas celebration, and, standing ' "Well. I'll ho bio He stood a moment; then, taking Doyle, turning againwed!" ejaculated before his desk, while he stood behind to the assistant down the telephone receiver, ho said It, she said. "And I want to know cashier. "You'ro in pretty sweet here, into the mouthpiece: what you want for Christmas." aren't you?" pointing to the tray. "I "Hello. All right. Send the gentle"Is there anything I could wnnt?" really didn't expect to And you hero In man In." After a pause: "What? he answered In low tones. "Think of the daytime." He's gone what you and two short years have telepho'no into Mr. Lane's otllce?" Tho "Why?" perplexedly. receiver fell to tho desk done for me." "Oh. I thought you'd duck when you "And there's never anything more with a crash. Doylo gone Into tho of- got my wire." you want? Don't you over dream-drea- ms fice of Mr. Lane. Hose's father! Hero "Wire? Oh, did you send that tele of. say, two years more?" She wns a now complication, a new dan- gram?" ger, one which Jimmy Valentino had turned her eyes to tho Uoor. "Yes. Jimmy." , "Oh. yes, to go on as I've been going not included in his calculations. Well, "Jimmy? What's the idea? I don't come what may, ho must face tho situthese last two, slnco your father gave follow you" mo n position of trust, and make ev- ation. "Oh, you don't know, eh?" angrily Taylor-M- iss "Miss Mabel." he called, erything good and pllo up tho money "Got for taking up the receiver and nsking for you, tho old boy for you." and you'ro going pretty strong, the "ceiitral" of tho bank's prlvato She drew away from him. eh?" "Haven't you ever thought there exchange, "give mo Mr. Lane's ofllce. "Exnctly what do you mean?" asked Hello, Mr. Lane. Oh. now regarding might bo something I want more than Valentino Indignantly, rising as ho that Germoud note, he says that he money?" spoke. Valentino hesitated. Ills voice be- Oh, you are coining Into my ofllco now "Come on. Jimmy, not with me. with a Mr. Doylo? All right. I'll bo came intensely serious. Sorry to tear you away from so soft a "I don't let myself think of you only here. Very well. Goodby." Tho receiver clnttered into Its wont- place, but tho state of Massachusetts as your employee." ho Anally answered position on the hook, nnd Jimmy wants you." ed. From tho occasional words of Intel Hoso turned sideways to him. so Valentino stood at his desk awaiting ligible English you speak from tlmo tho arrival of Hoso Lane's father and that he could not sco her face as sho to time." retorted Valentino easily. "I delivered her next question, although Dotectlvo George Doyle. gather that you lmagino I am a per Bhe would have given much to have son named Jimmy." nis words were OnAPTER XIV. been able to watch tho expression of accompanied by the most aggravating 1 tho assistant cashier her assistant irTER a few moments Vnlcn-- or smiles. cashier as sho asked It. tine again glanced at tho The now thoroughly Irato detective photograph of tho dinner bent townrd the assistant cashier and "Hut," sho ventured, "you must have I group. thought that I would marry somo Next ho opened n peered Intently ut him. day." drawer at his left and took out a . "Imagine Imnglne! Well, Isn't It Silence, with Valentino fumbling in square green book with the legend funny that I should Imagine your embarrassment a pencil which lay "Scrap Book" In fancy green letters name to bo Jimmy?" upon his desk. on Its cover. "It Is. indeed." suavely. "As a mat"Yes I" ho began, but Rose conHo placed tho volume In a drawer at ter of curiosity, might I ask Jimmy's his sentenco for him. tinued tho right of his desk and on top of It other name?" "And It hurts you to think of It, laid soverul other books taken from "I'll give you Just one guess," pointdoesn't It? Say it." another drawer. lie slammed the edly. drawer shut, straightened himself and "That's exceedingly kind of you. but "Go on." walked across tho oUlco to the table this same experience having happened Ho could enduro the situation no on which wus laid tho tray of gold, before I will likely guess It" He setlonger. Tlio girl had penetrated his silver and greenbacks. tled back comfortably in his chair. very soul with her questions, had un"I'm going to beat you, Mr. Doylel" "Well, what do you think of that?" covered In Jimmy Valentino tho se- be said fiercely, half aloud. "I'm go- Doyle found It difficult to control bis crets of his new life tho secrets ing to beat you, and I'm going to temper. "Well, what is the other name?" which he had resolved to keep burled make yoa like tt" ValeatlBe responded with the utmost forever. But now be must speak. He He seated himself before the tray souftL tell her the truth about bis sit arnl.hfgaa cevntlBg tbe.posex. as the conlriarg' I uation ns regarded her part of tho truth, at least. "And the thought of you brings darkness, desolation." he said, keeping n firm grip on the emotions that threatened to unnerve him. "What Is the use? You't'e nil there Is to live for to Just see you now nnd then, You'ro nil there Is to life. Men have loved nnd slaves have loved nnd animals that have boon saved have loved, but never were the three loves fused In one. And you'ro good, and your life Is clean, while mine but you know nil that." Ho inclined his face from her. "I havo forgotten." sho said simply. "You cannot. And any day the shallow of other days may fall. But want you to know this nnd believe It ns your Owl my love for you Is n holy thing, sncrcd nnd deathless." Valentino wns looking enrnestly Into her eyes now. Ills hnnd wns resting on tho desk. She seized It In hers nnd drew lilm townrd her. "Take me In your arms, Lee." sho cried fervently. "I love you. I'll lovo you till" Her face wns upraised to his ns sho clung to him. He held her In lils.nnns nnd kissed her ngnln nnd again. "How I have longed for you years years" Her words were smothered In his kisses. There Is no cud to the happiness you bring," murmured Valentine at the first moment he thought he could spare his Hps for conversational pur 1 OTTUMWA WOMAN CURED Bv Lvdia E. Pinkham's rou mistake me for a Mr. tino." Valen- Vegetable Compound was rmiitnwn almost a constant sufforer from female trounlo in an us Tmvn ."TVir vp.ar.n T nvor mv lirwlv. siek headache, sninnl weakness, dizziness. .i uo p ro a sii u a , uuu fiviirvthintr that was horrid. I tried many doctors in umerenc part3 of tho United states, out Xiyuia.K. forms: dreadfulpains all shooting kled softly. "So that's your game, oh?" "No game that I enn see." "I suppose you are going to deny that Bill Avory called on you todny?" Doylo watched the other Intently to note the effect of this shot. But Valentino wns entirely equal to the occasion. "I do tiot know your friend Bill. Mr. Doylo." positively. "No." exnsperntedly. "Then a man with Iron gray hair, wearing a top hat and carrying n oatio. did not get off n train hero todny nnd come .straight here?" "It Is not possible for me to know how tho men got hero who cnll on me. Such n man ns you describe, however, did call on mo. But that man's nntno wns or or" He crossed to his desk, paused, glanrrd perplexedly at Doyle and then reached to the telephone. "1 forgot for the moment, but they likely will know outside. Hello! Do "Jimmy Valentine, the very name, and you are Jimmy Vnlent.no. nnd I wnnt you." snarled tho detective. country most dangerous because so decep "Now, is It come along or requisition?" tive, many sudden "Oh. I'm to bo arrented for this Jimdeaths arc caused my Valentino, am I? Tho Inst time 1 by it heart disease, pneumonia, wa mistaken for him I wns only emheart failure or barrassed by having n tough on tho apoplexy arc often street in Chicago claim my acquaintthe result of kidance. You arc renlly amusing. Mr. ney disease. If Doylo." The assistant onshler chuckidney trouble is allowed tondvnncc blood will at Th Cause of Many-SuddeDR. H. J. BOONE Deaths. Pciinanent There is a disease prevailing in this n Dr. Owen's Ofllce, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. tn, Dentist " Clovcrport, Ky. Agents Wanted! To sell a medicine that is strictly guaranteed to give satisfaction back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, or tnc Kidneys themselves break down ana waste away cell bv cell. Bladder troubles almost always result irom a derangement ot the kidneys nnd better health in that organ is obtained quickest oy a proper treatment of the kid corrects inability to neys. Swamp-Ro- ot noia urine niul scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, n.id to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect ot bwamp-Koo- t, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. Jt stands tlie Highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties. A trial will convince anyone. Swnmp-Rois pleasant to take and is sold dv all druggists in litty-ceand size bottles. You may have a sample oouie and a book tnat tells nil about it, both sent free by mail. Address, ur. iviimcrit Co., ninKhamton, N. Y. wnen writing mention reading tins gen erous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember tlie name, Swamp-Roo- t, and don't let a dealer sell you something in place. of Swamp-Roo- t i yuu in it juu uu i win tuc uisappoiDUM. i ot nt one-doll- tack the vital orenns. causinc catarrh of or sediment in tne bladder, bnck-duthe urine, head ache, back ache, lame st Address Indian Herb ( Medicine Go, Glasgow Junction, Ky. luuin r-.- pi II u ni PIP 6 Full inches of Asphalt-Cement-weld-ecLJoint phone and. getting the central of the bank's exchange, ordered in no uncer tnin tones: "Got mo police headqunrters at - further astounded by tho readiness with which the baffling young mnn before him had accepted his challenge to call the police. Wns it possible, after all. that he bad been mistaken? No. It was Jimmy Vnlen tine who stood before him, the snmo Jimmy that was wanted by the Massachusetts authorities for that old and almost forgotten "Job" In tho savings bank of Springfield. Mass. $14,000 in currency taken on a Washington's birthday night and not a mark of an Instrument or of an explosive on the safe when next morning the doors were found yawning open, the night watchman gagged and bound help lessly to tho metal legs of a stationary washstand in the vice president's office. "GLAD TO KNOW YOU, MR. DOYLE.1' once." Doyle was No Nail -- holes Through Roof A Continuous One-piec- e Roof with Every Nail-hea- d Covered by Felt and Asphalt. NO Coal-Ta- r SOLD BY Gregory &Co., Dcaers In Lumber, Lime, Cement Clovcrport, Ky. 17. -- 1 Lanor-stallln- g "Y-e-s- ." confidently. We will handle Ice also, "No. To expedite matters I will convince you that I am not." Your patronage will "Please do. Jimmy." be appreciated. work." Ho nodded toward the tray of "Very well. Tell me how I may currency. "Believe, me, 1 am perfectly prove It." willing to do what any citizen should "Very simply. I said goodby to you do to help' apprehend a criminal, but 1 in a hotel one afternoon in Albany W, SMITH, must ask you" throe years ngo. You were fresh from "Oh. h I. Valentine, do you think Sing Sing prison." I've lost my ejeslght? You're Jimmy "Am I to understand that I was In Valentine, and that was' Bill Avery prison, a prisoner?" Ky. !j g who called on you I guessed bo knew " 'Doing a bit,' yes." whero you were and had lilm watched, "But 1 couldn't haw been. I couldn't and th first trip he made I followed have been In two places at the same him. Now, cut It out and declare time." HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE yourself. Do you come, or do 1 got "No. not easily, and as Sing Sing The Great Toilet Germicide? requisition papers and take you?" Ills doesn't nllow Its boarders to go visiting Tou don't have to nay 50c or $1.00 manner became us threatening us his 1 guess you wore there. Now. think words. hard and try to remember." advised pint for llsterlan antiseptics or per oxide. You can make 16 pints of a mora You will do neither, nnd you will the detective. cleansing, germicidal, healing and deodorenn be no chance izing antiseptic "Mr. Doyle, there desist from insinuating that I am a solution with ono 25a criminal or I will cause the watchman of any deception Iu so open aud shut box of Paxtlne, a soluble antlseptld a matter. If I was In prison 1 must powder, obtainable at any drug store.. to eject you from tho bauk. Further. W I do not know that you are a detec be your man. If I was not" Paxtlne detroys germs that causa "You were In Sing Slug; committed disease, decay and odors, tive. Your actions are those of n that Is wny It on tho nth of February. 1000." Is the best mouth wash and gargle, anil blackmailer or" I was In St. Paul, Whv It nnrldpa ih n tirpn Hi xlnnnoaa anil "Eehrunry 0. 100(1. A clerk entered. Minnesota, sir." returned Valentino preserves tho teeth better than ordinary "Did you ring, sir?" dentifrices, nml In nnnnrrn TmtMnc If nAm. positively. pletely eradicates perspiration and other "Yes. Kindly remove that curren "Well, the proof Is finally up to uisugreeamo uouy ouors. jsvery aainty cy," cried Valentine, eying Doyle. "So woman appreciates this and Its many many suspicious characters about in you." umtr luiiei una nygienio uses. "But my word." Injuredly. these hard times that one must always Paxtlne ill "Oh. you nro going to talk tno out of Inflamed eyes RnlenilM purify bo careful of strnngo visitors, partic and to mouth and It." uicum uuer smoKing. xou can get i'ax-tl- ne ularly In a banking office." Toilet AntlRontln nt "But I can't got proof In nn Instant. Tho clerk cast an apprehensive price 25c and 50c, or by mall postpaid glanco nt Doyle, whoso face bad Go up there aud Investigate." from The Partnii 1'nlln rv. , nmimi U V.1WV W.VN. "No; It's too far. and don't forget Mass., who will " send you a free sample turned red with rage, and, seizing tho you tf you would like to try It before buyis. were going to prove It." trny, hurried toward the vault room Valentino now appeared to be diswith it. concerted. Doylo watched him curiTake It out, tako It out," command ously. He did not underestimate the Child Loses Eye. ed Valentine, wavlug his hand. "I cleverness of the young man who had shall tako no chances. Now, Mr. Doyle, outwitted tho veteran trackers of men James Louis, the little son of Mr. and either show credentials to prove what for years and whose escapades extend-i- Mrs. J, A. Brown was struck in the eye you are or I shall telephono the po over half a continent. But he was bv an arrow last Saturday morning lice." anxious for the next step in what he while playing at a game of shootiaff Doyle, amazed at the effrontery and :onsldered a colossal attempt' at rabbits with his playmate, Gus Kaer-ch- er. daring assuranco of Jimmy Valentine, The little fellow was immediately taken to Bvansvitle where he is befell back against tho wall, his legs ing treated by Dr. Knapp. Mr, Brown threatening to give way beneath bis To be continued informs us that the sight usdoubtedly heavy body. is lost, but thete is a possibility of sav"In tho name of Dan the Dip," be Only a few most common case of insomnia is ing the ball of the eye. The exclaimed helplessly, "If the crooks moments before the accident the disorders of the stomach. Cbamberlaiu's children were told to quit occured were all as slick as you, Jimmy, the their game; ' (alls would all be empty, You don't Stomach aud Liver Tablets correct these but a soon as they were from uader the dare do It." disorders and enable you to sleep. For parental eye they resumed it again it ended in the sad results related Jinny Valentine nicked ur ik tele sale by all dealers. above. Tell City Tribune. i you recall the name of the last man who called on me today? No, not Mr. Doyle: he's here now. Cronln. that's It. Thank you." He hung up the rehe added. "He "Cronln." ceiver. came in here a short time ago to nego tiate a loan." "Cronln!" gasped Doyle. "So he's taken a new monaker. too, has ho? And he came to negotiate a loan from Well, if Bauker Jimmy Valentine! that isn't rich! I do wish Warden Handler could be here today to hear you pull off this little stunt. 1 always told him you were too good for the safe breaking game. You ought to be an actor or a United States senator. You're wasting your time In this business." "I appreciate your compliments, but I really quite fall to understand you." Valentino spoke sharply. "Your atti tude Is trying my patience. Mr. Doyle. I urn a very busy man. with large re sponsibilities, nnd as this conversation Is entirely frivolous frivolous, I sny- -l must regret to fully inform you that 1 must continue on my day's "Here, cut that out!" he cried, lunging forward at Valentine, awaiting n response to his call. "Don't bring- any of these locals in on a big Job like this." He thrust back his coat and. opening hjs vest, revealed a shining shield fastened on one of bis suspend er straps.) Valentino bent over and inspected it very deliberately and very closely. Ho turned to the telephone nnd Instructed central to countermand his call all a mistake. The two men seated themselves, Doyle drawing a chair close to the assistant cashier's - ft 1 Livery Stable Stephensport, Ky. Mpw Hnrcpc 11 lh deslc. "Very well. sir. Now if you can see fit to'refrain from your embarrassing questions and innuendoes 1 am sure we may arrive nt something." "Of course you know you will have to prove that you are not Jimmy Val- New Stable. , ' ft Open for the Public Near tne uepot, Sj entine." riding or ft If you have any "Pardon me. Mr. Doyle. If I set you 11 you wane j, unving to uo, or right on a point of law," smiled prove that ff Feed of any kind, we can "You will have to I am your friend. Jimmy Valentine." furnish you. "But you won't make me." laughing Val-eutin- e. a k X I ITHOS, Stephensport, CO ; V I ad site THE MILLIONAIRES MADE BY ANDREW CARNECiE. Andrew Carnecle recently cd thnt ho Imil made some forty. X threo millionaires, hut what la accepted In PlttHlnirp as nn nil-thcnllc list Includes forty-seveT ns follows; Henry Phlpps, 0. E. McCaugue. James Scott, II. C. Frlck, J. C. Schwab, T, M. Cnrnoglo, Goorgo Lauder, Thomas Lynch, Colonel 11. P. Hope, M. Schwab, C Henry M. Curry, Colonel L, T. I3rown It, T. Vnndervoort, W.A. Slafet. Lawrcnco Phlppa. J. a, A. Lclshman, P. C. Knox, A. II. Peacock. F. T. F, Lovejoy, JudRO J. H. need, aayley, V. H. Donner, James . Tliomns Morrison, D, A. Stewart, iz. Corey, Andrew Kioman, William ' A. M, Moreland, Henry W. Oliver, ' CYCLOPEAN EYE. SAIAH SOCIETY REPORTER, RABBI. as MODISH SHOPPING BAGS. It Exists Today r X i D. M. Clemson, O. H. wlghtman, C. L. Taylor, ' A. n. Whitney. ' W. N. Frew. , John C. Fleming, W. W. Blackburn, J. O. Hoffmnn, John Walker, Gcorgo T. Oliver, Jnmcs 15. Oliver, David B. Oliver, Ilonry Merrltt, Giles B. Bosworth, Albert C. Caso, A. C. Dlnkoy, C. W. Batter. Millard Hunslkor, Robert Pltcalrn. GLASGOW'S ACCORDING FOG DEADLY, Tho Greeks were, unwfttlngly, very nenr an anatomical truth when they ascribed to certain monsters called Cyclops only one eye nplcce, which was placed In tho center of their foreheads. Tho crrlopean eye exists today in tho brains of men In n rudimentary form, for In tho pineal gland wo find tho last vestiges of thnt which was onco a third eye nnd which looked out Into the world, If not from tho center of tho forehead, nt least from very near that point. There is nlivo today n little creature which would put to shamo tho one eyed nrrognnco nnd prldo of Polyphemus nnd Arges nnd Brontes nnd Stcropos and nil tho rest of tho single eyed gentry who, in, tho days of myths and myth mnkcrs, Inhabited tho "fair Sicilian Isle." Tho nnltnnl In question Is a small lizard called Calotls. Its well developed third eye Is situated In tho. top of Its head nnd can bo easily seen through tho modified nnd transparent scale which serves It ns n cornea. Many other lnccrtlllans have this third eye. though it is not so highly organized ns it. is In tho species Just mentioned. In Rudimtntary Fofm In Man's Brain. ASSERTS Could CHICAGO Describe Women's Attire Well as Fashion Expert. Tho prophet Isaiah, who lived "01 years beforo tho blrlh of Christ, was. In tho estimation of ItnbbI Kmll O. Hlrsch of Slnal temple, Chicago, one of tho best fioclety reporters that over existed. And ns to tho manipulation of tho eyebrow pencil, tho nppllcntlou of tho rabbit's foot thnt hns been dipped In tho rouge pot nnd other little things thnt go far In the toilet of tho modern woman, Dr. Illrsoh believes that the woman of tho yenr 1011 hns not advanced fnr beyond the Jewish woman who lived seven centuries before the The New Ones Are Suspended From the Arm by Cords, All the newer bags of tho season are suspended from the arm by a cord or on extra leather. And nmong the nov 147 cities of the whiter are to ho found iiy velvet bags to bo cnrrlcd with the smart velvet suits. Black is the choice in tho velvet variety, but they are made to order from a pleco of the gown material when tho shade Is difficult to match. The Illustration shows a very modish black velvet bag suspended by n black nnd white silk cord A bag novelty that will nppeal to the woman who has stuffed her shopping Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 145 B Dally 21 141 143 lUlly Dully pni t 40 pm S 40 Hill !4 53 (5 09 15 14 17 5 21 STATIONS Lv. . . 146 Dally . 142 Dally 144 148 e STHA. WIIKKUV .... ...I.OUlSVII.LB... IIISIIUKK MEDOItA STITEri... Ar f 1 5 urn 12 50 Xi 10 01 fi fB 14 fS 23 13 31 rosi t(l t6 34 9 21 .KATIIIlVN M 42 (0 l 0 29" in n (12 in 12 07 (12 01 12 01 tit Dally Dally in 40 pm f i (7 W (7 02 0 54 (0 51 (11 30 f4 37 (1 43 5 52 fi 59 6 OS 10 43 (115-15- (9 40 0 49 ft) 54 10 13 ...LO.NO HKANOIf.... noaic iiavkn.. OLSTON IUVINOTON KKHON' WEST POINT 110 WA III) JIAKTLliS .. liIANI)KN!UKa ... (I15"im (11 50 (II 45 (II 37 11 '"I 5 t 4 41 40 41 (6 (ft 33 no oi (10 19 f 10 37 flO 37 ... . ( (flS f i4 31 .WMISTKH.. LOIMIltntO MVSTlO AI)I)ls!ON" (II 21 (II 13 II 03 in f.r. nn 47 (10 38 (10 31 (10 S3 0 10 H08 10 01 025 51 (5 (A (5 34 (5 22 5 14 4 42 f50 S3 B !7 dawn of the Christian era. Dr. Illrsch nsked nny of his hear ers who might doubt his word to rend the third chnpter of Isaiah for 'In this chnpter," snld Dr. Hlrsch, "you will find n description of n lady's toilet which for detnll rlvnls the most skillful society reporter's Informntlon nbout Mrs Newly Feathered or Mrs Newly Wed. The prophet describes minutely tho rouge box, tho pencil for tho eyebrows nnd other minute details of the toilet of tho women of that nge. And, from what I know, I do not ho Hove thnt In this regard women of today have progressed much beyond those of that time." The chnpter In Isalnh to which Dr. nirsch referred contains tho following passages: In that day the Lord will tako awny tho 8 n in i'i'sT"' 11 41 02 f7 04 7 IB no 11 10 44 43 SAM PMi .STKl'llKNSl'OKT .. (10 50 00 13 ffi 15 14 21 (1 27 w t 43 50 7 .V.) II f 32 fO (5 IIOI.T ULOVKltt'OItT. ... SHOPS -- SKII.I..MAN .... HAWESVIM.E ... I'ETIIUC. -- in ii f io m 4 57 4 (10 Of 9 55 (9 (5 10 (5 08 57 30 8 15 3i 40" 4 (s'bT (7 43 (7 37 7 (7 23 7 15 (7 04 7 52 (4 17 40 8 45 53 (7 03 7 13" (7 7 ti 3 ti 8 (11 37 05 14 24 h'i'49' 1210pm . LKWISPOIST .... WAITMAN MAGEO I'VTKS .... OWKNSIIOUO CONWAY ...... MATT1NOLY STANLY .NEWMAN KF.KI) A DA Hi. (9 25 (9 20 U 12 (H 00 8 58 (8 411 H31 "(T6T 3 45 12 35 am S 35 nilTGH 27' 35 40 40 TO SCIENTISTS. One Year's Death Roll Because of It Totals 1,063. Tho queer superstition still exists that somehow sinoko Is good for tho health. Perhaps It Is tho Londoner's way of consoling himself for having black instead of pink lungs. But Glasgow runs London very closely In tho matter of opaquo atmosphere. Statistics show that during the tumn fogs in Glasgow in 1009 1,003 people died from fog. From being thirteen in the thousand tho Glasgow death rato went up to twenty in tho thousand during tho fog season. When the nation lost nbout tho same number of men during the "black week" In tho Boer war it was panic stricken, but not much notice Is taken of tho commonplace smothering of a thousand people In tho Glasgow "black weeks." Sir William Richmond, an expert in fog facts, has recently had something to say about the way sulphuric acid bites into pictures, a fact first discovered by Faraday when ho reported upon tho proposed removal of the National gallery. Tho Elgin marbles appear to be suffering too. The bits of color have gone, and tho surface has lost Its old transparent, look. Sir William Richmond compared tho present surface to "opaque putty." Smoko costs London $25,000,000 a year. R. Russell, another authority, says that if London were only smokeless it would bo sunny enough to bo a health resort for tho rheumatic and i trco lizard which Is to bo found in the mountains of east Tennesseo and Kentucky has Its third eyo well developed. This little nnlmnl Is called tho "singing scorpion" by tho mountaineers. On dissection tho third cyo will bo found lying beneath tho skin. It has a lens, retina and optic nerve-N- ew York Ilerald. A t7 7 (7 7 8 ti ti ti rs ( 40 411 . .. 3 50 Wis," i's'sH' (S (8 10 01 (7 59 7 50 7 52 7 39 7 10 am "a 53"" s:i 57 OllIKI'ITH HEALS. 53 68 f9 03 19 10 b is f9 24 I) 42 10 15 ' ti (8 (3 28 lo in ft! m iii' an mmti d 8 25 ' i 30 1 55 ,7 40 am 1 I 1 05 40pm 3 ...... EVANSVILI.E-.ST. LOITIS SPOTTSVILI.E HASKKTT HENDERSON .... .. (3 11 00 2 35 9 00 pm .1 (3 07 2 55 2 30 8 34 (0 37 6 34 r ss (6 21 (6 ie 6 13 0 08 5 55 pm 7ei:ii urn BEAUTIFUL LEAVES. of vegetation. The chlorophyll cells or granules absorb the light nnd heat of the sun's rays nnd In some .marvelous way, which only scientists can understand, manufacture tho sugar which Is neces sary for tho life of the tree Itself by combining the carbonic ncld gas of tho atmosphere with the water drawn In by Its roots. These tiny cells aro so very small that as many ns 400,000 havo been counted In a square mllll meter of the leaf of n castor oil plant, and in order thnt they may come In contact with as much sunlight as pos siblo the. leaf turns slightly on its stalk toward tho sun. If you notice the arrangement of tho leaves on a bough you will see that nature has placed them so that they form an almost perfect "light screen aged. and catch all tho sunshine that there Is. If It were not for tho constant WORLD'S LARGEST BAKERY. work of these little chlorophyll cells tho splendid trees In our forests would In Essen, Prussia, and Makes Fifty wither and dlo and there would bo no green things loft In the world. Lon Thousand Loaves a Day. The largest bakery In the world Is lo- don Homo Notes. cated in Essen, Prussia, the homo of tho great Krupp gun fnctory. It is a The Secretary Bird. vast building in which seventy workTho long legged South African sec men, divided Into two shifts, work retary birds travel In pairs, malo and night and day. female. If disturbed or pursued their Everything is done by machinery. A pace Is nbout as fast as that of a run screw turns unceasingly a kneading nine horse. They seldom use their trough, Into which are poured somo wings nnd If compelled to do so can water and ten sacks of flour of 200 soar to a considerable height They build bulky nests, nnd where trees are pounds each. This machine makes about 40,000 to be had they select one flity to a pounds of bread each day in the shapo hundred feet above tho ground. Their of 25,000 small loaves and 23,000 largo nests are built of sticks and sods, lined loaves, produced by 230 sacks of flour with grass, and measure as much as of 200 pounds each. All tho operations five feet in diameter and three feet in of breadmnklng are performed In this thickness. As n rule only two eggs aro laid-Incubation takes six weeks. there, is cleaned, ground and brought which Is done by tho fomale. The automatically to tho kneading trough young havo to remain in their nests by a series of rising and descending several months before they can stand on their long, slender legs, which aro pipes. doublo ovens, very weak and brittle. Tho young There are thirty-siand tho workmen who watch over tho easily break their legs if disturbed. baking of tho bread earn from 8 to 10 Scientific American. cents nn hour, making an nverngo of Old Time Theater Rowdies. 00 cents a day for cloven hours on Rowdyism in London theaters was a duty. They havo coffee and bread freej also the use of a bathroom, for common occurrence In the old days, aa they aro required to keep themselves is Bhown by tho following from tho spotlessly clean and must .wash their London Post of Oct. 27, 1708: "Two men In tho pit nt Drury Lano hands eight times a day. theater last night wero so turbulent nnd riotous during tho last act of ONE DICKENS GRAVE FOUND. 'Henry V.' that tho performance was Interrupted upward of a quarter of nn Resting Place of Walter, Soldier, Dis hour. Tho audience at last asserted covered "In Calcutta. their power and turued them disgraceDiscovery of tho gravo of Walter fully out of tho theater. This should Landor Dickens in a Calcutta cemo-ter- y always bo done to crush tho race of is a reminder of how tho sons of disgusting puppies that aro a con tho great novelist wero dispersed. This stant nulsanco at tho playhouse every y soldier son died In India; another, night" Smith, entered tho navy and at twenty was burled at sea; a third, HMntnuits nnrl Smartness. "Which would you rather bo truly Francis Jeffrey, Joined tho Canadian northwest mounted police, and two oth- great or really smart? ersAlfred Tennyson and Edward "Smart, of course." "Wliv?" Bulwer Lytton settled In Australia. "Well, you may bo truly great and A. T. Dickens recently returned from the antipodes and has been touring no ono ever know it, but if you're England with nn Interesting lecturo on smart you can tnako peoplo think that you ro great Chicago Post his famous father. died in Sydney at E. B. L. Dickens High Finance. flfty-onafter representing Wilcannla Brlggs Is it truo that you havo broin the New South Wales parliament for six years. Charles and Henry ken off youy engagement to that girl Fielding remained in their natlvo Eng- who lives in tho suburbs? Griggs land. H. F. Dickens, K. 0., is still in Yes; they raised the commutation fates on me, and I have transferred to that country. a town girl. Life Pennsylvania's Highest Peak. Raised the Ante, Tho liltrhest mountain peak in Penn Small Elmer Papa, give mo a nicksylvania is located in Lincoln town-shiin thn nonViwestorn nart of Bed- - el Papa Why, Elmer, you aro most begging 5 ford county. It U known as BIuo too old to bo I guess for a nickel. you'ro right, Knob and has an elevation or a.uju Small Elmer main sea Jovol. Tho nearest papa. Make it a dime. Chicago News. fMt above approach to it la Pennsylvania is Big Some people seem to think it is useBald Knob, 3,000.7 feet above tide, a s soutbweatwardly from Blue less to do right unless a crowd few miles to be preseat Chicago Knob, at tUo Bedford and Somerset ouaty IUm. x Syd-noo n, And the Tiny Cells That Give Them Their Brilliant Hues. A leaf is one of tho most beautiful things In nature, nnd It Is very wonderful to think thnt It owes Its lovely color to minute little living bodies or cells of chlorophyll. This word comes from two Greek .ones, chloros, green, nnd phullon, a leaf, and Is used to describe the ordinary coloring matter bap-pen- bravery of their tinkling ornaments about their feet, nnd tho cauls, and tho crescents: the pendants, and tho bracelets, and the mulllcrs; tho head tires, nnd the nnklo chnlns, and tho smlics, and the perfume boxes, anil the nmtilets; tho rings, tho noso Jowela, tho festal robes, nnd the mantles, nnd the shawls, nnd tho satchels: tho hand mirrors, and tho fine linen, nnd tho turbans, and tho veils. And It shall como to pass thnt Instead of sweet spices there shall bo rottenness. shape Is never lost nnd Instead of a girdle a rope, and Instead of well set hair baldness, nnd InMeeting the Servant Problem. stead of a stomacher a girding of sackA new way of making tho scrvnnt cloth; branding Instead of beauty. "If thnt Isn't society reporting," said problem easier and one especially Dr. Illrsch. "then 1 don't know what adapted for light housekeeping Is being favored. An employment agency Is." has hit on the scheme of employing reliable servants by BEAUFORT CUT COMPLETED. about twenty-fiv- e the week and paying them good wages. Waterway For Small Vessels Past These servnnts report nt tho agency every morning, unless they have a preDreaded Capo Hatteras. Tho Beaufort out hns been virtually vious assignment for n day's work, and Vessels drawing ten feet wait until n housewife In need of n completed. of water can now pass through It, but servant to clean her apartment or do n the canal Is being deepened to twelve day's washing calls up. Tho servant feet. It will enable vessels that enn girl collects no money, getting her use It to pnss down the const back of wages and enr fare at tho end of the drended Cape Hatteras, but it cannot week from the employment agency. Miss M. E. Marshall, a scientific Inbo fully utilized until tho cnnnls lead, ing to the Elizabeth river at Norfolk. vestigator of tho troubles of working-womenspoke highly recently of tho Vfc.. have been enlarged. At a chain Is no stronger than Its method In England. She said: "The weakest link, so a waterway has no housewife who used to complain of the greater capacity than its smallest sec- dlinculty of securing a competent and tion. Thus tii" Beaufort cut. In the rellablo woman Is delighted at seeing absence of n deeper waterway from n really excellent charwoman nt her Norfolk to the cut, Is not nvallablo for door soon after she has telephoned to vessels that cannot pass through the tho exchange that she wants one. The Dismal swamp or tho Chesapeake competent charwoman, who formerly and Albemarle cannls. It Is consider- had n struggle to obtain work and ed unfortunate that the entire line was tempted to tako a sweated wage, could not hnvo been opened at the has now as much work ns sho can unsame time, for the Beaufort cut can- dertake. Tho labor exchange, with Its not now completely demonstrate Its woman registration clerk, Its telephone nnd Its list of women, promptly usefulness. That It will bo useful even under puts tho charwoman nnd the housepresent conditions there can bo little hold Into touch with each other." doubt. Small vessels heretofore bottled up In Plinllco sound can proceed Hints For Housekeepers. farther to the south and return by the It Is possible to keep lemons almost same route, but larger craft cannot Indefinitely In nil weathers by putting penetrate to Albemnrlo and Plmllco them In a Jar of water with n lid. sounds until tho canals from the ElizaOno must change the water onco n beth river are enlarged. Nor can the week If tho lemons are to bo kept commerce originating on tho water- longer. But one will find them its ways of North Carolina get a northern firm and juicy us when fresh. outlet In larger vessels until these If tnble linen is stained with fruit same Improvements havo been made. the stains can bo removed by stretching tho piece of linen across a basin NINE BOOKS WORTH $230,000 and pouring boiling water from the kettle In n thin, steady stream directly Bibliophiles Figure Out Possible Value on tho spot. o'f Two Foot Shelf. Then wring out tho pleco of linen A two foot bookshelf containing the nnd pour water on the reverse side. To freshen n broom that has comnine rarest books In tho world would cost nbout $230,000, nccordlng to nn es- menced to show signs of wear one hns timate prepared by tho Bibliophiles' as- only to soak the broom regularly In sociation of New York. It would In- hot suds nnd put It in the sun to dry. clude tho following volumes, which If nnd ono will find that It hns gained on tho market today would cost the new life and elasticity. By getting coffee In largo qnantltlos prices set down: It Is easy to get wholesale rates. This Gutenberg Blblo, tho first printed $50,000 book Is much better than reducing expenses Psalter of 1157, first book printed by using an Inferior quality. Neigh50,000 with date bors can Join lu one order. Tho coffiV "Iteceyyel of tho History of Troy." printed by William Caxton, tho must not be ground nnd should be kept ilrst book In the English language 40,000 nlr tight until used. First edition of Chaucer's "Canter20.000 bury Tales," 1473 How to Examine a Child's Throat. First edition of Sir Thomas Mal20.00C ory's "Lo Morte Arthur" Most mothers hnvo experienced great "Book of tho General Laws of Masdifllculty In trying to look Into the sachusetts," 1018, first book of 20.00C throat of a child. And as the up lo laws printed In America Bay Psalm Book, 1C40. first book date physician advises that a child'" 10,000 printed In America throat be Instnntly examined nt the First edition of Shakespeare's "Veslightest approach to Indisposition, tho 10.000 nus nnd Adonis" following simple device will be found Psalter of 1453, tho best copy of which is. now owned by J. P. Morto bo of the greatest service: Take ti 10,000 gan large silver spoon and hold It back or a candle with tho concave surface TO TEACH SMOKELESS FIRING turned toward the light, and you will hnvo nn excellent reflection. This com School For Locomotive Firemen In St. bination placed beforo tho open mouth Louis Soon. of a child will permit you to concen A school for locomotive firemen trnte tho luminous rays lu tho throat where lessons on smoko abatement will nnd ascertain its condition with abso bo taught is to bo established in St. luto certainty. Louis. Officials of tho various railroads with termlnnls in St Louis are Annoyances. formulating plans for the school. Every woman knows how annoying Tho railroad companies, according to It is to uso a now spool of glaco thread a boiler inspector there, aro responsible on the spindle of tho sewing machine, for 30 per ceut of tho smoko in St. To avoid tho luual tangling and break. Louis. The decision of the railroad lug of tho thread uso a small bag with o companies to exert every effort to a who arouud tho top to hold It open this pcrcentago is the direct reSuspend It from a tiny scrow eye e sult of tho efforts of the fastened under tho back edge of the crusaders. machluo tablo. Drop the spool lu this bag, then thread tho machlno as usual, Tobacco "Octopus" In Morocco. and you will And that tho cotton will An international group of bankers run freely, without tangling or sup have formed n combination to control Plug. the tobacco output of Morocco. anti-smok- on Signal. Where no time shown trains ix not stop. Trains 143 and 146 curry free reclining chair cits between Louisville and St. Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evausville. Through Pull-nin- n sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. THE SMAItT VELVET HAND BAG. No. I4I will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from bng to the limit, then crnmmcd In n east of Cloverport. few more articles nnd looked ruefully No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to dlschareelpassenuers from nt It nftcr using It a few times, wish ing It wero not so much out of shape, west of Cloverport. Is the "no sng" bng. It has n steel spring hi tho bottom which resents tho stuffing process so successfully that the "f " Stops Hartford Line No. 118! STATIONS No. 112 West Bound Second Class No. 9 No. 7 ' Between irvlngton and Fordsvlllc Klr.st Class Bast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. IO No. 6 First Class Mixed Daly (5 "i?;1 ,),lJ'lp cx-S"- U Dally ex-S- Dally n Sund'i , Q y ox.sun 4 15im Dally tovWt Dntly t. ex-Sa- 45 pm & to R15am 8 30 8 55 0 20 30 0 sO 1) 53 10 13 10 25 10 43 10 53 11 00 11 10 11 20 11 30 s" s7 (7 (7 sS sS (8 IS (8 (8 20 s7 23 34 41 n 7 09 sll 3 (11 ,0 sll 49 sll 54 sis , MS (12 (12 (12 (12 50 57 10 19 24 30 34 42 S 49 I...HASIN HI'ltlNU. OAUb'I ELD HAKNED .... JUNCTION ..HAHUINSnUKU. s!2 0lpra . .JUNCTION (12 08 K'lKK (12 15 ... McQUAHY .. . (tllx U lOamLv.IItVINGTON .Ar s . . S922 s . . 1010am 51 9 3S ( 9 20 ( i B 0 17 855pm 1138 1150am s 1 27 31 40 45 50 t(5 00 .. DEMPSTEIi .... ItOCKVALE , ,GLEN 1)EN. VAN.ANT . .... a 9 11 ( 9 03 ( 8 50 s 8 45 9 (9 88 s8 s8 t lOOOjm U 35 12 OJ 53 4(5 ( 8 30 ( 8 22 8 10 39 s2 s2 s2 f1 f1 s1 s1 s1 f3 s2 f2 15 UlOim 10 50 10 3' 10 15 52 37 30 15 .... . ... .. . s 8 3(1 s 3 30 AaKINS OAKS ELLMITOH KORUSVILLK Ar EAUL'UTON. Lv ( S 33 ( 8 27 ( 8 24 18 s 8 13am (8 8 05 ( 00 7 54 ( 1 17 f ( 7 50 ( 1 13 f1 (105 s10 8 7 33 730am 12 50pm 03 55 47 35 28 23 10 10 10 01 0 54 U 43 1) 35 31 0 2i !) 23 13 !1 10 9 05 5 43 BOUND WGST Between Dempster and Falls of Roujrli. Klrst HOUND EAST Second Class 7, K'rst 2S tiurtadid Thls Tlme Ta,,1 went Into oiructSundiy. June 19, 1910, Clas. m Klrst Class 26 Passenger I) lly Except Sunday 12 35 12 15 Flt Second Class Mixed Pengcr Sunday 5(1 27 Passenger Dally at ll:39p T. 24 Passenger Dally Sffi Only 28 i) 1 Monday Kopt p in Dally H 32 Mixed Monday, only 2 08 p 1 48 p Except Sunday 8 40 9 00 STATIONS DE nl'riTEU. FALLS Of HOUGH ! Except Sunday 8 35 8 15 i'rlfe m m pm 12 31 o m 1 48 ui 12 am am a m) am pm pm Real Estate Department Do you ivant to buy a farm or business 'i If you do yon may find just what you need in this department. Jf you aro interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner', name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at oner tolling us what you want and where you us introduce you to the man who has the very are looking for. want it and lot property yon Wo recommend tho following properties as being 'productive and fair in price. yow Do You Want to Sell your farm or business? want cash for your property, send price and description at once and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller togothor. This department is conducted solely for tho purposo of enabling buyers aud sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick saler alt Jno. 'it acres, 3H miles nortli of Hard-P""- "' Insuurg, near the Ilrandfanburg Well watered, plentv o( timber (or improvements. Double Log house, small stable. Good rich land, line (or Hurley tobacco. Terms easy. For further Information write Jno. 1). Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. road. D. Babbage Cncrn ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side room; good stable; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tenant house Plenty of good timber for (arm purposes, good land to clear. Price 2.000 H cash. 15 rooms, two cisterns, u walled collar wltr. u store room over It. two good stock barns odd tenant house ; about 500 apple and peacl trees, also pears, quinces uudaprlcots; mos wutered! lavs well: cood young orchard : good all kinds of small (rutts, Including a nlc timber; on rural route ; school house few yards vtnyurd of choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared fro u house: Improvements; good four room balunco In woods, 123 ucros tn grass; seven, dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two grovesot black locust sutllclont (or posts t good brus; barn and teuent house and cis- wtro tho whole (arm In. It lies near Ekroi tern back In the Hold: meat aud hen house; on L. H. k St. L. It. It. price Is 5.001 o wood shed; will selloueasy payments; plenty long and easy payments. of smull fruit. Further particulars address a druggU Jno. D. Itabbago, Cloverport, Ky. FOl SALE A splendid stand (orsurroundo physician In a good town by good, prosperous farmers. This Is Ju physician to ste.. For 180 acres (our mllesjwost of the placo for somo young good drug busmen' Pii,VUVJ Glendeatie, 3 miles (rom brimrh Into a good practice and a physician wants to retlr 100 acres tn cultivaAn old established railroad ; all fresh land; tion; 60 acres lu grass; will produco tho best Is the reason (or selling. For (urther partlc corn, wheat and tobacco la neighborhood; ulars address JNO. D. I1AUUAOE, Clove plenty lasting water, well ut door of dwell port. Ky. FOIt SaLE A (arm containing 250 acres anC under fence. A nice cottage ct Uvi $3, HM HO acres, 2 miles from Guston. 3 miles (rom Irvlnstou: well . O nnn you ever tried to soli your old clothes? Tho only you can sell them is to talk about thorn, show them and keep after tho porson until you get tho monoy in your pocket-book- . It's tho samo way with everything else you havo to talk about it boforo you can soil it and tho host way to bo heard is through tho homo paper. Put an ad. in tho want column at lc a word, an ad. in tho locals at lOo a lino and you will soli that old stove, that baby buggy or gasoliuo This can bo done through HAVE on-gin- o. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS E Advocates Argue fortification Lack of Guns Might Cause Building Nation Hugo Damage In Gaso II fortlfl-cation- s of War. Opponents figure Battleships Could Destroy Locks Without Dcing Endangered by Defense Artillery. lie battleship Oregon around tho Horn .lint Uncle Sam dellnltely made up hi ailnd to get Into the game. Thus ttie now waterway Is as much it nnval as a commercial venture. How silly it would be, nrgue the advocates of to allow nil the military bcucllts to slip out of our hands now that we are building the canal and hnve them securely In our grasp! We have constructed tho waterway with our own money on our own land. Who lias n better right to say how wo shall use It? fortl-flcntlo- OVERTAXED Hundreds Cloverport Readers Know What It Means. Of The kidneys are overtaxed; Hnve too much to do They tell about it in many aches and sideache, headache. Early symptons of Kidney ills. Urinary troubles, diabetes, Brlght's disease follow. Natural Sites For Forts. The natural features of the canal termini seem nlmost made for forts. On tho Atlnntlc side there are necks of land that would make nn Ideal site for n bunch of fourteen Inch nnd other guns, while nt the Pacific entrances there nro three or four cute little Islands that appear specially designed for the purpose 'and. heaven knows, will never serve nny other. Failure to take ndvnntngo of these sites placed ready nt our hnnd would be little less than Impious, say tho fort supporters. It is designed to build tho forts whllo Colonel Gocthnls Is still on the Job. In this wny much time nnd expense can be saved. Besides, the work will be Gocthals has n sure to get finished habit of going through with anything on which he starts, even an appropriation. Landslides have no terrors to him. no simply continues Bhovellng out the lnndscnpe and lets It slide nny blooming way It pleases. If ho were put on tho fortifications he could utilize his concrete gangs after they had finished with the locks. Not long ngo the colonel appeared In Washington to testify before a committee and while there was Invited to deliver a stereoptlcon lecture in tho hall of the house of representatives, the second time such an honor has been run mi I will offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder on guns on land can shoot quito ns far ni sevcompletion of the Pnnnm'a those nt sea, that they would be Is brought eral miles nearer to nny battleship nt our doors Itself could get to tha near by the deslpnn-tlot- i tlinn tho ship whtlo attacking vessels locks nnd flint of Snn Francisco ns the might not furnish n stationary tnrgcl city In which to hold the cnnnl exposi- tho fort guns themselves would b tion nnd by the discussion ns to forti- stationary, which would bo a big point ' fying tho big ditch. Colonel Theodore in their favor. Moreover, the Koosevclt says that fortlflcntlon Is opcould he placed nt both ends posed by some "worthy ladles of both of tho cnnnl for $i:.000.000, or a trifle sexes." more than Hie rtwt of one battleship. Among these "worthy Indies" aro for- This Is n point of ih small Impormer Secretary of State Itlchard Oluey, tance, since defending the ennnl by the William Dean Ilowclls, President Jor- navy would be verv much more expendan of Stanford university nnd Presi- sive than fortifying niwl would tie up dent Fnunce of Hrown. United Stntes n whole lied t lint In Mice of war District Judge Holt. Ulshop Anderson would b.e needed l f oilier xervlce. of the Episcopal church, .lane Addams land Icfc:.eu rsriiidnllc. of Hull House. Governor Baldwin of Nnval experts make n telling point Connecticut. General .1. Wnrren Kelfer, In favor of forllllenil:i.. In nse 01 General Sherwood, nnother representative. Methodist ministers In Cincinnati war It would be pr.iei, ally Impossible and elsewhere. 100.000 Qunlcers, more without forts to li;e an American or less: various pence societies, two or fleet through the muni Im fi.'f of nn three New York newspnpers nnd n enemy. That wou:d be like marching -! MI'e with number of senators and representa- nn army t' rough n irrr m pHc them n foe nt the other tives, but Just how mnny nobodj nil W'Mi off ns they emeirei! seems to know. fort funs ar- this would be chenged On the side of fortifications nro rayed President Taft, Colonel Roosc- - could keep the opposing l!iet nt least By JAMES A. EDGEK.TON. TUB The statement below shows you a cer tain cure, William Williams, two miles east of Elizabethtown, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills arc in my opinion nn excellent remedy for kidney complaint. For tho past two or three years, I was subject to acute attacks of backache and the troublo seemed to be more severe when I stooped, lifted or brought nny strain upon the muscles of my back. I noticed nn advertisement in favor of Doan's Kidney- - Pills nnd seeing that they were highly recom mended, I decided to give them a trial. They proved to bo very satisfactory, quickly removing the attack. I have used them since then and have never been disappointed with the results." For sale by all dealers. Price SO Foster-Milbucents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United rn Wednesday One pair of Men. 15, '11 Mules, 15 I -- 2 and 16 hands high, sound and all right, good ones; one pair of good farm Horses, one 4 years old, Bourke Cochran's Colt, a good one; three good Shorthorn Cows, soon be fresh; one Jersey Cow with young calf, and an awful good milker; three good Shorthorn Bulls,calves that are all right for breeders, three full stock Jersey calves, two heifers and one bull; sixty head of stock hogs; six sows with young pigs, all good ones; forty good ewes, 2 and 3 years old; all the Farming Planter, Wheat Drill, McCormack Binder, three good Cultivators, two Harrows;' Oliver Chill Plows, two good wagons, things that are needed on a first class farm. I also have a 16 inch Ensilage Cutter and Blower that I would sell, it is as good as new; one new Dipping Tank, all ready, shoots, etc. Imple-rnentsj'.Co- . i".-- . States. Remember the take no other. name Doan's and rn fn-- ts IRVINGTON. Miss Mattio Lec Moremen has returned home after a visit of several days to Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moremen. Miss Eva Schlndler left Monday for Louisville, after an extended visit as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schindlor. Ernest Reese spent Tuesday week in the city on a business trip. Mrs. Hawkins Smith and children, of Garfield, were the week-envisitors of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Sue Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington have returned home after a visit to Louis ville, where thoy were the guests of their daughters, Mrs. Harry Major and Mrs. Perry Weaver. Mrs. Cassie Drake left Saturday for a few days visit In Louisville with relatives. Mrs. F. H. McGehee was called to BrandenburgSundayon account of the illness of Mr. Tom Ditto. Go to W. N. Holt for regular meals. Hot and cold lunches at all hours. A concrete plant has been established in the city by Mr. It. B. McGloth-Inand is fast becoming quite an expert along this line. He has been spending the past winter months making all sizes and shapes of concrete blocks. He has also a very fine machine Mr. fur making the concrete bricks. number of contracts McGlothlan has a forthe spring trade. d n Conveyances will meet all trains at Irvington to carry passengers to sale and return. D. W. HENRY, Auctioneer. JOHN N. AKERS, IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. DEFENSES AT COLON. PANAMA FOIITIFICATIONS. PLANS FOlt THE DEFENSES OF THE PANAMA CANAL. COVEKING A ItANGE BOTH THE PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC ENTUANCES. nnd give th. Amor; Hearst nnd a vast army of ton miles Oist.-iiAmerican newspapers, public olllclals, can ships an eppnri unity t p throng . members of both houses of congress the canal unmolested nnd form In batand American cltlzeus of the plain tle Hue under the protection of the voting variety, nobody knowing Just forts. Of course everybody hopes that then-wilhow many there are of these either. Ve have beeu be no more war. Both sides claim public sentiment. after the manner of factions in this hoping the same thing for over 2,000 hundred years ago land of the free. The division Is not n ' years. Twenty-sipartisan oue. sluce the minority leader Isaiah wrote that "they shall beat of the senate introduced tho resolution their swords Into plowshares and their favoring fortifications. Neither Is it spears into pruning hooks." We still sectarian, as many ministers oppose believe that "they" will do this, but building forts and others Just ns stout-- ; the nations hnve not done It yet nnd ly favor it Nor is it a division be- give no certain indication when they tween those who are for peace and will. The powers run a race In buildarthose against it. since Presideut Taft ing Dreadnoughts and Increasing maments. Moreover, the advocates of Is something of a peace advocate, and insist Andrew Carnegie, who Is for peace fortification a nt Panama rather that this than nn defensive his whole heart and 510.000,000. ' would be with offensive measure. It would mnke for Is a believer In fortifying the canal. peace rather than war. It would discourage and not invite attack. The Foreign Opinion Divided. Foreigners are quite as much divided fortifications would be no menace to lie used on the question as ourselves. Those In commerce. "They would never except against nn enemy of tho canal responsible positions have, of course, enemy of tho country owning refrained from comment, but others or an have not been under like restraint. Of tho canal. For Police Duty. these a number hold that it is our right and duty to protect our own Another argument In favor of forti property. Others Insist that our beat fications Is that they are necessary In method of guarding the great water- tho proper policing of tho great waterway would be through International way. They are required to enforco agreement, leaving the canal itself neutrality. The duty of policing and open to the whole world. Possibly they protecting tho canal and of malting it think we should carry our magnnnlm-ltneutral rests on tho United States gova point further and not charge tolls. ernment Who then can object If wo On the same principle n fanner take tho necessary steps to perform Bhould not put up fences, but should our duty? depend on a neighborhood agreement Tho weakness of an international to keep tho cattle out of his corn and agreement for assuring tho neutrality if he had any crop left should glvo it of the canal Is that nn international away. The great argument against agreement would necessarily consist of fortifying the Pannma canal Is that treaties between individual nations, England has not fortified tho Suez and lu time of war Buch treaties aro canal. Yet England has amply fortihardly worth tho paper on which they fied Gibraltar, which guards tho en- aro written. Besides, what is to pretrance to tho Mediterranean sea and vent some irresponsible nation that Is thus commands vjh approach to tho not n slgnntory to tho agreement from canal. inflicting Injury on tho waterway? Another argument agalust fortifica- Even if there were an understanding tions Is that it Is physically Impossible somobody would still have to pollco to protect tho Panama canal by such the canal, nud for this purpose some means. Some guns now havo a rango sort of fortification would be essential. of nearly twenty miles and tho canal From tho American viewpoint there locks aro In such nn exposed position would bo nnother fatal dofect In tho that they can bo shot at from far out plan. In case of war, say, between tho at sea and from sovcral points along United States and Japan there would tho coast. Ships could thu3 keep out bo nothlug to prevent a Japaneso fleet of sight of tho forts and still do execu- from passing through tho canal nnd tion against tho canal. Even if sight- attacking tho Atlantic coast Thus tho ed they would bo in motion, thus being waterway wo ourselves had built difficult to lilt, whllo tho canal locks would bo used for our own injury. would otter a stationary target. This It was tho military necessity that 'lino of reasoning would Imply that first crystallized American sentiment where thcro cannot bo complcto pro- for tho enterprise. An isthmian canal tection there should bo uono at all. had been talked of for generations, but Advocates of fortifications insist that it was not til) the spectacular trip of OF TEN MILES OVER ve': W. It. l I x j y the country, no was not there to talk for forts, yet everybody knew how he felt on the subject. It Is designed to use disappearing guns for the forts. A disappearing gun has the same advantage as a man shooting from behind a tree. It bobs out suddenly, fires its load nnd before the enemy can get back at It is again in hiding. Big Growth on Pacific. Tho Panama canal will be the to the Pacific. Its importance to tho world no one can yet measure. The outlines of the new civilization taking form nround the great ocean grow moro clearly defined with the passage of the years. Here Is tho now theater of human activity, and what a vast theater It is' Everywhere the Paclllc lands aro becoming keenly alive. Our own coast states show the most marvelous growth in tho natlou. Northwestern Canada Is emerging. Eternal frost cannot wholly stifle activity even in Alaska and Siberia. Under Japanese control Korea Is awakening from the sleep of thirty centuries. China Is establishing a parliament and shedding Its pigtails. "Under free trado with America Philippine commerce is on tho upgrade. Australasia, with her advanced theories of government, seems almost a Utopia. With tho opening of the great canal a now life, will flow out to all these lands. Europo will havo found a pathway to tho east The dream of Columbus, which led to tho discovery of .two continents, will havo been realized and a new routo to India will He open to men. Philanthropists bcllove that it would bo a magnanimous and beautiful thing for America to build this waterway and say to tho world, "Take It; It Is yours." Moro practical bolngo feel that it is still importunt for tho United Btates to control tho Pacific Important for herself and still moro Important for civilization. By fortification we retain tho key in our own hands. From our island forts nt tho western gateway America can proclaim: "I awakened the Pacific; I furnished tho example for tho republics of the western hemisphere; I broko tho sleep of Japan nud maintained tho Integrity of China; I furnished a typo of for Australia and New Zealand; I am leading Hawaii and the Philippines into the paths of self government; I breathed life into all this vast new and old empire around the world's greatest ocean, and I will guard Its aestlny." gato-wa- y freo-do- accorded an outsider In the history of Public Sale On Miss Emmy Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean is a visitor of her sister, Mrs. account of my health, I will sell at Pub- lic Auction Robt. Crider forthe week. Mr. and Mis. Ed. McAfee, who have been spending a few days in Clover-powith relatives, came home Sun day. Mrs. Louis H. Jolly was the week-enguest of her husband in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hart, who have returned from their wedding trip, are with Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Head on Cara- line Ave. Mrs. Jno. Nevitt after a brief visit to Mrs. P. E. Dempster in Glen Dean, has returned. Mrs. L. E. Henderson visited Mrs. A. D. Long for a few day3 in Louisville rt at Rosetta, Ky., on Saturday, March 4, '11 ily farm containing 109 acres; good five-roo- m last week.' Mr. Jean Haynes, of Durant, Okla., was a pleasant caller of Mr. and Mrs. Watt Payne, last week. A series of revival sermons will be house; smokehouse; henhouse; corn crib; barn. Will also sell my personal property consisting of two horses; one good cow with calf by side; 9 head of stock hogs; one buggy and harness; farming implements. Good water and plenty of m gin at the Methodist church in Webster beginning on Sunday morning, March 5 and continuing throughout the week. The Rev. B. F. Atkisson will assist Rev. L. K. May in the preaching. Mrs. Tony King ana baby left last Saturday for Kirk, where she is visiting her mother, Mrs. McGary for a stay of a week. The Rev. Cha-s- R. Sheperd will deliver a lecture on "The History of the Bible" at the college chapel on Friday evening, March 10. Everybody is given a cordial invitation to come out and hear him. D. C. Heron left Friday for Lexington, for a few days on a business trip. Miss Nettle Neafus, of Ekron, was the guest of Mrs. C. H. Neafus last week. Miss Virginia Hawes has returned from Louisville. Mrs. II. C. Haddock has returned to Webster from Elizabethtown. Mrs. L. B. Perkins, of Cloverport, was the guest of Mrs. J. T. Mattingly Friday. The public school closed on last Friday afternoon, after a successful term taught by Mr. Jasper Head and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. The progress of all the pupils under . and store one-quart- er of a mile from it Church, School the farm. Household Goods complete Terms Made Known on Day of Sale. All property on this bill owned by mo and will bo sold by mo to tho highest bidder. W. E. BASHAM Col. II. J. GORSUCH, Auctioneer 1 these teachers has been most gratify- Accepts Position At Glen Dean. ing to all concerned . The pupils were given a light treat in token of their B. E. Wilson, of Louisville, has ac- - Ij cepted a position with W. C, Moormas appreciation of the good work douc. in his large department store at G1h ' If the best is not too good for you Dean. Lewisport Best flour is tha flour you Subscribe Right Now.' ought to us. v;