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The Breckenridge news: June 21, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911062101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 21, 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. P ! ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.INT. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911.' 8 VOL. XXXV BEST METHODS . Paes No. 50 L TO THE DEMOCRATS OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY: OFT General Discussion At Teacher's Meeting Held Wednesday ' Evening, June Twenty-Fourt- h Fellow Democrats: At Cloverport M. E. Church HVERY Mccreary headquarters Central Committee Office of William Preston Shoots To CONVENTION . Hardinsburg, Ky., June 21, 1911 Death Eli Brown, Colored. Continued frnm last wnek Examining Trial Set For We also recommend the organizaToday. tion of more Sunday schools in tho William Preston, who keeps a soft drink and lunch stand near the depot, shot and killed Ell Brown, colored, Sunday morning about seven o'clock. Brown went to Preston's to buy some article and as he entered Preston met him with a pistol and shot him five times, killing him instantly. Mrs. Preston and her brother, Edward Johnson, were in the room at the time the shooting occured. Preston went immediately to the home of Chief DeHaven and gave himself up. Preston refused to make any statement, so did Mrs. Preston and Mr. INTERESTING MEETING IF the certain features of the lesson.and that emfeature If a suitable one, must be and some every day appliphasized, cation must be made. The prize system works best, apparently; while not un qualifiedly approved as the very oess - method of getting the children to pre pare their lessons, it seems to oe uie best we can do. It is favored by the - church board, for they have the neces sary llteature and supplies lor saie. The chart for the gold stars is good. pre e are trying to get the children lesson without the incent pare their ive of a prize; the result Is somewuai doubtful. been a Superas yearsout this Is his intendent for some Mr. Hardaway:-H- to ake Miss Lizzie Sklllmanj-T- rv of the children and adapt the mood teaching to this mood; a different method must be tried every Sunday, are nmhniilv. - Children's . minds .... hard " . . ... fix upon any nara Their minds will lasten upon sot. 4- This committee is for Senator Jnmes B. McCrcary for Governor. As loyal and Interested Democrats, we believe we have good and sufllcient reasons for being for him. We now name you a member of the Advisory Committee from your precinct, and earnestly urge you to do all you can to get out the McCreary vote to the PRIMARY" ELECT ION, JULY 1, 1UI1. Next November we sincerely. hope to elect a Democratic Governor to succeed Augustus E VVillson and to substitute for his four years of misrule and an empty treasury a competent Democratic administration, the management of which will enable the State to restore Its credit and to promptly pay Its obligations. A President will be elected next year. It Is the fondest hope of every Democrat that he will be chosen from our party and we are especially anxious that Kentucky be found in the Democratic column and in position to fully share the honors, fruits and glory of a Many honorable and worthy gentlemen have aspired to be and have been discussed as being the nominee of our party, but McCreary has proved his strength and standing In the party by being one of the only two candidates left. Mr. Addams being the other. We concede that the latter is a true Democrat and worthy gentleman, who will receive our heartiest support if he recieves the nomination, but it Is our purpose to urge the nomination of Senator McCreary, a man of excerience, integrity, and a sound judgment experienced as a lawmaker and speaks in the legislature as a Congressman and in the U. S. Senate as an executive as the Governor of our own State, as a statesman with forty years of honorable experience and as a student of the questions our next Governor must confront and act upon, and as pro, bably the last gallant survivor of the 'Last Cause' to ask for the votes of that party largely made up of Confederates, their sons and sympathisers. Often honored? Yes. But, equally often, as he has been chosen, he has filled his post with honesty and capacity -- and it remains to this day for even his enemies to bring a truthful charge against his good name, notwithstanding his forty years of nubile life as a target. We espouse the cause of Senator McCreary because we believe he is the batter equipped man to carry the banner of Democracy. It has been with him in this race, as it always is with the strongest man, the opposing candidates have concentrated their forces against him; the same is true as to O'Rear. Things that w 11 never happen have been predicted and argued against McCreary; unjust and unfair possibilities have been suggested and urged by those who oppose him; the passions and prejudices of men have been appealed to in an effort to eliminate Senator McCreary from this race, If they existed at all, the alleged wrongs of others have endeavored to be laid at the door of this Innocent man. Northwlthstanding this, he has pursued the even tenor of his way and today, as a result, he is recognized as the winner of the nomination as well as next Governor of our State. As this time, when the party is somewhat divided on certain issues, and the Republican party is hopelessly split on many issues, we need, if a party ever did, a standard bearer trained bv ipng years of observation and honorable experiences. McCreary, having been our Governor once, knows our State's needs, knows Its mistakes and his mistakes -- and, l.elng too old to have future ambitions, well certainly be in a position to give Kentucky the greatest administration in its history. So when we stand confronted with what promises to be one of the hardest battles in our party's history in Kentucky, we conclude that we U3e an experienced general; that at a time when our party demands constructive statemanship, we need a leader with the varied state and national experience of Senator McCreary; not an unknown and unexperienced man in politics and public affairs who cannot speak; and we submit that our choice is the more competent leader. Belknap and Hager furnish examples of business men candidates who could not defend their party's principles on the stump. Of course, we realize that there is some opposition to Senator McCreary In the Fourth District, due to unfortunate conditions and occurences, for which he Is not responsible. Wesubmit that It is unjust for Democrats (to serve the purposes and ends of the candidacy of some other men)to attribute to Senator McCreary convictions or acts of other persons when no man even directly charges him with such, and no man has ever attempted to prove such against him. We reliaze that this is a local condition, but we regret its existence even in a few counties. He is and has always been for religious freedom, aud so has been the Fourth District which conclusively proved it by the record breaking vote given Hon. Ben Johnson in his last race for Congress, despite the.infamous circulars put out by the Republicans against him. So the conclusion that it is a mistake to have made this question an issue is inevitable, and the results can be productive of no good to Democracy in our county, or elsewhere. In his Bowling Green speech, May 22, I9II, Senator McCreary made the declaration of principles hereinafter sot out, which, It seems to us, embraces everything good for which Democracy stands, and is a sufficient platform for any candidate. Senator McCrearv. mindful of how easy it is to promise aud how hard to fulfil, only Dromlses what he be lieves what his party can and will do (unlike the Republicans in both state and nation) and thus again Is evidence of his true wisdom. His Idea of what Democracy stands for, briefly expressed by him, is as follows: "I am in favor of: There should be better schools, better school houses "E'irst General improvement of our educational system. aud more of them, and more school children in attendance, and better pav for the teachers, and there should be county nigh schools in every county as authorized by the Common School Law. Education is the foundation of progress, and if the people are properly and Intelligently educated, necessary progress is sure to come. "Second There should be such legislation as will1 provide better roads, and bring the roads of each county of Kentucky to a high state of efficiency. The cost of bad roads is a continuing heavy expense and the best remedy is the construction of good roads. "Third Tax revision is desired by many persons and It is asserted that the business interests of the State demand it. Two commissions, after considering the subject, reported in favor of tax revision. If I am honored by being elected Governor I will approve any bill passed by the General Assembly providing for the submission .to voters of the State an amendment of the Constitution of Kentucky authorizing the General Assembly to revise our present tax sysbe left to the voters or the State to decide whether the General Assembly should tem. This Important matter be authorized to revise our present tax system. "Fourth Divorcement of the State penal Institution from politics. ''EHth Non partisan management of the State Fair, aud of the Farmers' Institutes required to be held In each , will-thus national victory. anaiwui, Johnson, regarding the shooting. Preston was taken to Hardinsburg Monday by Chief DeHaven for his examining trial, which was set for today at one o'clock. Judge Henry DeH. Moorman Is Preston's attorney. Murray, Ky. class. Very modest in : claims as a teacher. Impresses all pre-- i f.with his sincerity and spiritual paration. of a class of I Bro. Lewis men. As a rule, adult bible students are interested in the historical refer are ences of the lesson, and these men One of the not exceptions to the rule. best ways of gettlug them interested each one. if in the lesson is to assign of the lesson to possible, a certain part investigate and make report to class at next meeting. While it Is an easy matter to let a class get Into the habit dS digressing from tne main ooject 01 Ino lesson, for instance some are points, to the clined to discuss minor detriment of the general welfare, yet these stor'es are so Intensely human help that In their discussion we cannot dual character of Christ: seeing the His Divinity and His human side. In Hint wav we will be drawn toward Him all the more strongly, knowing Him to Would recom P- ha Godlike a human. make a few re- mend that the teacher's marks to the school occaslonlly. do you keep your Mr. Burn:-"H- ow uro. If- 'class interested?" Agrees with thing is that the most essential l for the teacher to be thoroughly pre- pared to teach the lesson, giving much re-time and study to accomplish this - It Is difficult for the pupils to suitprepare th3 lesson and that makes the asking of questions a hard matter; for some of the pupils will not ue listening, some do not know the answers, others will be gazing around the room to see school - first attempt at teaching, a sunaay his - 't w It is the teach-- ' and apparently tk this may be best accomplished by the teacher doing none of the talking. p- Emphasizes the necessity of the teach K who is coming in, etc. 1. hncinee tn tfikch. - How do you keep gazing about trying the children from 2i to see who is coming in? Just as soon .,tl t. restless,' that Is the Ag Ull rrf! t . time to ask him a question; get him in terested". "Should every pupil be Jfeked a question? Undoubtedly It is best. "(Almost unanimously agreed by the teachers and officers present.) Mrs. Hardaway asks: "To what should we look for the best results in teaching the Ira Behen: "Tell primary class?" them bible stories. Bro. Lewis remarks: "Story telling was a favorite method of Christ." & Mrs. Adams: "How do you hold the S atUntlon of your girls so well?" Found . the class a very attentive one when " Mrs. Hardaway: 1 er "knowing his lesson." 1 .1 I C ft. tUolf- nffan- - i iiaa hlner due largely to the teaching f tkir former teacher, Strict dis- ipllM, asking them questions, and giving them something to do." XJm Lula Severs: Believes that fak'Uacher should have a substitute whs would take the class la the ab- Mfe of the regular teacher;much con fine ) catwta neany every ouuu.ty of some morning by the The Introduction of this subCeaoiMr. ject started a general discussion that was toonlaated by the Superintendent ringing the bell for dismissal. The ubieot will be taken up at a future mating and thoroughly gone over, it to b the general opinion tuat Uac her should have a substitute; Twenty-eigh- t took the white teacher's examination Friday and Saturday. Here's hoping they will every one pass. young. Zeno Hendrick has sold a large tract We would call special attention to the of timber to B. W. Hughes, of missionary policy of the Sunday School and Insist upon the careful observation For Dental, work see Dr. Walker. of these quarterly programs. We also Miss Ora Hendrlck, of Webster, is call special attention to the Temperance here for a tew days, the guest of Mrs. Sunday and urge every pastor, superinDennie Miller. tendent and worker of the importance Miss Neta Beard Is the guest ot her of making this a Red Letter day in the Mr. and Mrs. G.W. work of each quarter. Resolved, that we, as Sunday school Beard, for an Indefinite stay. workers, extend our thanks to the Miss RIcketts, of Union Star, has returned home after a visit to Mrs. Percy Railroad officials for their many courte sies. Also to the county newspapers Beard. for their assistance in publishing notices Mrs. Nora Board and children are the and programs. guests of Mrs. C. L. Beard. We also express our grateful appre Dr. Earl Moorman and sister were in lation for the bountiful provisions town Friday." which the lovely women of Hardins-bur- g made for our physical comfort. Miss Isabel Hendrick is visiting Miss They have not only made it delightful Carrie Walls. Misses Addie K Eskridge ind Bertha for us to eat in order to live, but have Walls have gene to Bowling Green to created in each of us a desire to live in order that we may eat. attend school. We make grateful acknowledgment If you want to save money Iu buyiug efficient service rendered by the ewelry, call on T, C. Lewis,,th,e old re of the choir, the singing by the children, to liable jeweler. the congregation for the use of their Miss TIda Mercer left Thursday for house of worship and to all those who Central City to attend the annual meet- - have made the day pleasant and profits lug of the Home Missionary Society of able. county. the SI. E. church, South. Signed, Mrs. W. J. Piggott, "Sixth Business examination and inspection of banks. Rev: A. D. Litchfield, Jno. O'Reilly, Jr., has returned from "Seventh Election of United States Senators by the direct vote of the people. Columbian College, Owensboro, where Mrs. T. L. Curtis. "Eighth Organization and co operation among farmers and also among laboring men. "Ninth Faithful upholding or the cardinal punclpie written oy rnomas jerterson, which declares in iavor of free he has been attending school for the 'The Ccming Year." Mrs. S. Parks be required as a qualification to any office of public trust under the United States, and which is also substantially set last ten months. said: "First ask this question, What forth In section 5 of the Constitution of Kentucicy. Mrs. Withers' music class recital are you going to do this coming year? I have spoken so often I did not think it necessary to speak of "On most of these subjects ti which I have referred Mr. Henderson extended an invitation them In detail until 1 was asued ror a specillc statement. Tins especially true as regards education, tor 1 voted as a came off as programmed. As usual it years atro, and have often made was a success. The member of the Kentucky Legislature for the Common School law enacted thlrty-sl- x smaller members for the Convention to come to Webster, speeches in favor of betterschools and general improvement ot educational facilities, and It Is also true as regards the which was unamiously accepted, after favor of this legislation and I have made many speeches in which I advocated religious freedom, and the right of every of the class did exceedingly well. The people show their appreciation of Mrs. which the convention adjourned. Derson to worsnip uou according to tne dictates or ms own conscience. Benediction Rev. A. D. Litchfield. Urging our choice for the reasons given, and without any word or criticism against Mr. Addams or any other withers' work oy their attendance at Democrat, and hoping that there will be the interest taken for Senator McCreary that his record and claims deserve, her recitals. ror a united JJemocracy, we are, N.McC. MERCER, Chairman, ) The Methodist parsonage is complet a party of friends, spent Sunday at the,' . 1 J.MUUKfc,, Secretary, ed and Rev. M. L. Dyer and family Springs. have moved. The skating rink still attracts a good PERCY M. BEARD, MIKE MILLER, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Skillman had- as ly number of young people In spite of C. V. ROBERTSON, their guests Saturday Misses Margaret the hot weather. J. D. BABBAGE, Maxwell, Margaret Beard, Martha and Mr. F. L. Payne, of Knottsville, rfr.,t F. FRAIZE, H. DEH. MOORMAN. Isabel Gardner. turned to the Springs Wednesday for MILT MILLER, Central "Bread baking success is guaranteed a prolonged stay. B. F. BEARD, Committe FRANK FRAIZE The Cloverport people who visited if you use the LewUport BEST Flour.' J.B. FRYMIRE, the Springs last Sunday made up in Sold by J. II. Garduer. HUSE ALEXANDER, quality that which Was lacking la M. H. BEARD, quanlty. D. C. MOORMAN. TAR SPRINGS JESSE WALLS, Visitors Inviarably remark that tho WM. GILBERT, grounds look so much better than usual LONNIE HALL, TICE HENDRICK, The frame work of the new store and wonder why It is. The answer, la w. f . HUUK, j and cold storage room building is up an easy one. Many ugly things have and when completed will add much to disappeared which hitherto have mar- - " very sick. in other words, two teacher's for each the convenience of. the hotel service. red its beauty. HARDINSBURG class should be provided. Miss Bernice Withers has recovered The cold storage room will be con "Bread baking, is guaranteed a success Mrs. V. G. Babbage: What do you from the measles. structed along the same lines as re If you use the Lewlsport BEST Flour". think of the use of the bible in the Mrs, J no. J. McHenry, of Louisville, frlgator cars on railroads and finished lessons?" and Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Cashier M. H. Beard has returned l teaching of the Bread baking success is guaranteed inside with concrete enameled. Size Very much in favor of its use In this Rough, are the guests of Mrs. M. H. from the meeting of the bankers of inside, eight feet wide, fifteen feet If you use the Lewiaport BEST Flour. Group Four, that was held at Bards- connection. Nothing Is better for the Beard. long and an eight foot celling. Meat town. be able to stand before teacher than to hangers capable of carrying the larg Mrs. Joel H. Pile has gone to WashHe Missed The Fee the class, bible In hand, and have the ington, D. C, to join her husband, who The Commencement exercises of St. est beef, are built into the celling from lesson so thoroughly prepared she can has a position in Ben Johnson's office. Romnald's School were held afthe City joists aboye, turn to any passage that may be helpAlbert Cobb and Elizabeth Allen: Hall Monday evening. The teachers, Remodeling of cottages progressing Mrs. A. A. Richardson, of Garfield, ful. We do not have enough bibles la as well as the pupils are to be congra finely. It Is expected that ten will be colored people of Cloverport,, came to the school; we should make an effort was the guest of Mrs. Gus Brown lost tuiatea. yuttoanice uttle sum was completed by the end of this week and Hawesville and were married Satur week. day by Rev. E. E. Pate. Hawesville to get the teachers use their bibles made, which will be used for the bene ready for occupancy. bibles regularly. Is now catching a great many lower Miss Nell Cashman, of Union Star, fit of the school. Miss L. Babbage and Mrs. Pierce after a month's visit to her sister in The much needed Improvement of Breckenrldge weddings, as It Is more Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner the springs and basing are being de convenient to come here for license were absent. on returning home has Louisville, The above minutes of the Teacher's stopped off for a few days visit to Mrs. have returned from a pleasant visit to layed by inability t6 get a satisfactory than to go to Hardinsburg, la perv Meeting are respectfully submitted. Miss Neta Beard, of Louisville. water proof material for the construct forming the ceremony Rev. Pate Approved: Lula M. Severs, Asst. G. D. Shellman. Messrs. Arthur Ater and Raleigh ion of the basins to take the place of found himself minus a wedding feev Superintendent; Ira D, Behen, SuperMrs. Moorman has gone, to Clover-po- rt Every which came about In the fact that the Meador were here Friday and Saturday the present unsightly ones. intendent for a ten days visit. holding the second teacher's examina- thing that can be done to render the father of the bride, Uncle B&rtlett situation more cleanly and attractive Allen, was the slave of Rev, Pate's Morris Ktncheloe was a visitor in tion. Miss Eunice Duncan. Is being done. Visitors should always father, and to be sura - the minister Cloverport one day last week. Cleve Hendrlck, assistant cashier of bring their own drinking cups or get was Impressed with the sentiment at Mr. Robert A. Smith Is visiting Mr. the Farmers Bank, left Tuesday for a Mr. and. Mrs. Dan Duncan, of Louisone from the hotel before going to the once. Clarion, ville, are receiving congratulations on and Mrs. Orria Hardin near Clover- visit to his sister, Mrs. Charlie Miller, springs, "Bread baking success is guaranteed at Eddyville. Before returning home the arrival of their little daughter, who port, Mr, A. F. Bard,of Hardinsburg aud If you use Lewlsport BEST Flour, Dewey and Pauline Dejarnette, are Mr. Hendrlck will visit Dr, Day, at named Eunice. has grand-parent, rural districts, which shall be evergreen and also never green and we call attention to the places in our county where Sunday schools could live during the summer months and be an agency for good in touching and molding tho life of the community. We urge upon parents the necessity of placing wholesome literature before the young, because of Its potency as a character builder and we would speak a warning against the sensational colored supplement so common today, in that they present false Ideas of art and they make of malicious mischief, disrespect to parents and things to be emulated. That we recognize in the teachers of the publicschools of our county a large Intelligent force for the creation of sentiment in favor of the Sunday school, and we recommend that they be asked to assist in teaching in the Sunday School and that they read some portion of God's word dally before their schools and then in devotional prayer, and we pledge them our hearty sympathy and support in their work of training the , - Sunday-schoo- ir bn' CROCHETAPPLIQUE j A Pleasfng Variation of the Popular Irish Crochet Lace. APPLIQUED ON PERPETRATED BY WALT Mc DQUGALL HOUSEWIFE HIMTS Raw onions- writ We mum flaver attt wm steers that have been, slept In . - mrachbatim uotttci if the qfitiMimr MOTIFS Old NET. NOTICE. GINKfrBOOBf The jury of emtn- cnT duThors and experts to whom la SPECIAL B May by This Mean Given a New Lease of Life at Com' paratlvely Little Trouble and Expense. Lei Irish crocliot lpptlquo consists of motifs la Irish crochet Incc nppllquo on brussels net. Tuo net, tho best procurnble, Is cut to tho required Bhnpc, then n conrso thread Is darned through tho mesh of tho net about of an Inch from the edga nil round. This lino represents tho "stralKutonlnff lino" used In ordlnnry Irish crochet laco and Is worked over In the samo way. On this groundwork of nut the motifs are nppllquo by arranging and tacking them carefully n place and afterward sowing them neatly nil round on the back of tho work. Tho illustration showa a' yoko which any ono can mnko iu a short time. Make the edgo nil round by putting the crochet hook through tho mesh immediately under tho "straightening line," making 2 d. stitches through cash mesh; work 12 d., 0 ch., to form n plcot, 4 d 8 ch. Turn this chain backward to tho right and fasten to tho 4th d. beyond tho plcot, thus forming a loop over the plcot, into which work 5 (1., 0 ch., 3 d., 0 ch., 8 d G ch., C d., . and repent all round. If tho yoko is to have n neeltband work n plain row of doublo fitltch round tho neck portion. To make the flower motif with solid leaflets over ono end of four long strands of p. c. work 30 d. In No. 42 Irish lace thread. Form Into a ring by Joining first and last stitches; 1 d. into second on ring, 25 t, 2 d., over p. c. Turn back nnd work 1 t. into each t. of last row, 1 d. Into last stitch and 2 d. Into center ring. Mnko eight more leaflets exactly like this, but Join first 18 t. to each preceding leaflet, taking up the top side only of each stitch. On the center of tho space on ring between first nnd last leaflet form tho stem, working d. over the p. c. into half of thoso remnlnlng on ring nnd then over tho p. c. along for n length of 3', Indies. Turn back nnd work t. into each d.. keeping the stitches compact, then d. over tho p. c. into the stitches remaining on center. Fasten off securely on back of work nnd cut off superfluous thread. For the center, wind the p. c. several times round n mcsli about the size of one-eight- h amazino comic series was referred ave refused to I .4 1. endorse fi Claim Hi is a ai r lunny cis io oe rea I Unto that other shore a host Of relauves and friends have cone ly aanoerous i p our reader's risible Yet of them all one little ghost yVe ,1 rierelbre , wt II Is waiting there for me dlon be obliged To secure If he can make it he'll be wailinfj IhRrpunoiner unu less fno that it Is 3o bearing hash This seaH son noweradtsftThaT fad rrench Mustard will disguise stctins on straw haw . Use hot . Currv Balls- can he usca InmakinabalH - psi its speed may up "bJ Moms - moderation.. our Announcements 3 If I Patiently watching I can Tlnd my doa, all heart and. hair,. know that I will be quite dtisfiecl . bythe vvaterside. and Lshootind Thern OI? ci.uiroxinem by aKino inem oui InT drfrnorp- Dirdsi hot wit n II wao he head v c 1 Wll i Krom tllH Ml)riail(!Milll lis tils II. Liim f.n. mt I'fid I'll. Soft III? Iind Summer models shown on thn mnln Hfflirn rrnnrllno fpnm loft In HorhM nroa HarU Threo-butto- u ' and front vlow of the Itejfffy. HY should not the ide re m i & fVPHLnavv rlaltnnro , n c if 10 onnh eri fill II 1.1 ll.l.ll&.ftl v v II orrrpr ir,,, tr rhpj ini 1. ortoire fho nohnn? .v., ill v iiiLiiiiiificr. w w wm i - v-- 1 ii iv-t- OUR MOVING PICTURE HE5 MAD.SURE THING AND YET HE NEVER 'GOT A BITE stitches. 5 eh.. 1 t.. Into every second d. on ring; then 2 ch.. 1 t.. Into each stitch all round. 1 d.. fi ch.. 1 d.. Into each space of last row. Arrange these motifs n's Illustrated nnd tnck carefully to the net. Then turn the work and with neat stitches sew the motifs nil round the edges securely to the groundwork. Remove the tncklng threads nnd press on the hack of the vork wit li a hot Iron, nnd he work is completed Whooping cough is not dangerous when the cough is kept loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been used in many epidemics of this disease with perfect success. For sale by all VV KTU J Liy M1UU1U LUC ICLdliCI U 1 IICM- 1 seven loops of 7 ch.. equally spaced round this rln and fastened to It by 1 d. each. Into each loop work 1 d.. 10 t.. 1 d. Sew this figure over tbe center of the motif. To make tho motif having seven openwork ienllets. take four long strands of p. c.. work 35 d. over It in So. 42 thread nnd form Into a ring. 23 d. over p. c. Leave the p. e.. 0 ch.. 1 t.. Into 3d last stitch; 2 ch.. 1 t.. Into every 3d d. to end. nnd 1 d Into center. Turn 3 eh.. 1 t. into lirsl t. Into each space to spaco. 2 eh.. top; 3 ch.. d. over p. c. Turn nnd work d over p. c into each space of last row. making r picots of fl ch. each, with d. between, after tlrst 5 d.. 2 d.. over p. c. Into center. Make five more leaflets exactly like this, but joining the beginning of each to the Ut ten stitches of the preceding. For the little center figure to be sewed over center of this motif, over four Minimis of p. c. worl: 3n d. and form Id over p. e. Into tlrst on Into n ring. 2 il.. I i. 2 il over p. c. Fasten i!iN into sum- - l mlile tlltli on ring 0 (1 over i c. Into net lx on ring Make llv of these treble loops with. 11 d. between all round, and fasten uiT securely on back of figure; then sew la place For the small wheel dotted separately over the net. wind the packing cord 10 times round a small mesh and YORK IN OIIOCUET APPLIQUE. work d. Into the ring so formed ns n lend pencil. Into till ring of p. c. closely as nossible. .loin first nnd last Make work (I. mh Hoselv ik 1 1 . CHILDREN They OF UAP. Don't Have to Worry About Food, Clothes or Shelter. In describing Uap. ono of tho Caroline islands. Dr. VT. H. Furucss says that children become more or less public property on Hint Island ns soon ns they arc nblc to run about from house to house. dealers. TELESCOPE LENSES. fJ She had it on the porch sausage and crisped in the sad neat as if Unexpected Guests driving The farmer and his wife were about to sit down to a The Small 3lass Magnifies the Picture Made by the Large One. People sometimes wonder why a telescope has two glasses, one at the big end nnd one nt the little end. nnd they" waut to know the difference. The glass nt the big end Is to gather light. It Is simply n big eye. If It is n hundred times bigger than the eye In your bend It will gather a hundred times more light. It gathers tho rays of light coming from n stnr and bends them all into u common meeting point called n focus, which is of the star. You can look nt this picture of the star with your linked eye if you like. But you can see it better and examine It more closely if you look nt It with a small magnifying glass. And this Is the glass nt the small end of tho telescope. It magnifies tho picture made by tho big glass at the other end of tho Instrument. All telescopes are built on this principle. Sir William Ilcrschol was the first to nrrnngo matters a litHe took nwny tho tle differently. glass from tho big end nnd admitted tho rays coming straight Into tho tube in parallel lines. Then nt the bottom of the big tube he placed a bright concave mirror made of burnished metal. When tho entering rays fell upon this mirror thoy were again bent to a. point called a focus, which was tho picture of tho stnr. To look at this picture he had to place tho little magnifying glass at tho side of tho tube because tho mirror had stopped up its lower end. Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal. They cannot without extraordinary exertion fall off tho Island, nnd, like little guinea pigs, can find food anywhere. Their clothing grows by every rondslde, and any shelter or no shelter is good enough' for the night. They cannot stnrve. There are no wild beasts or snakes to harm them. What matters It if they sleep under tho high, star powdered celling of their foster mother's nursery or curl up on mats beneath their father's thatch? There Is no Implication hero that parents nrc not fond of their children. On tho contrary, they love them so much that they see their own children In all children. It is the case of life and its surroundings which havo atrophied the emotion of parental love. When a father has merely to say to his wlfo and children, "Go out and shako your breakfast off tho trees," or, "Go to the thicket and gather your clothes." to him the struggle, for existence is meaningless, and without a struggle the prizes of llfo are held in vllght esteem. tate to state the constituency of the article he is selling? In most civilized countries, arti cles of pure gold and silver are so stamped, thus insuring the pur-- j, chaser against fraud? Why then shouldn't a garment ri i i maue 01 ciotn containing cotton . . . 4 1 knows what he is buying? . " t m W. WJ.AUOWrX. "I Pure Fabric Law. T1! U tU: U.-- t. -- U rll .1 someuouy s cuiiuren aro always about the 'houses and to the fore In all excitements, nnd never did I seo them roughly handled or harshly treated. clothino:. because thev know that clothes P contain ing cotton will not give satisfaction. r, NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free for this reason that we sell Kirsolibawni, C!lnrhps. n wf knnw tlmt nnv worn Kui anv of our customers will i?ive absolutely satisfack tory wear. is It Prices range from $15 to $35 t i" Mi Livery, Feed -- AND- When vou buv a suit seo that it bears thn ,1, InUnl Tnn C01 T?n.r lo tho young fellows who like tho height of stylo. 7 J 1 'W Sale Stable ED. F. ALEXANDER Tho Travelinc! Mods' Choice Located near Depot cold supper when they saw some old friends towards the house. The good wife was equal to the occasion thanks to her New Perfection Oil Cook-stov- e. before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon, and rolls just oven and fresh coffee and the hostess herself as cool she had not been near the kitchen. range. She never could have managed it with an The New Perfection is the quickest most convenient and best cooker i oa the market. , lit in a moment, and her guests hardly were seated The unlorm success that has attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has made It a favorite everywhere. It can always be depended upon, For sale by all dealers. Gold That Blaokens. Blackening of cuffs and shirt fronts by tho rubbed off gold is a matter of much annoyance to Jewelers when their customers como back, thinking they havo bought brass. The skin on tho nock as well us on tho Angers Is frequently discolored by fourteen carat, eighteen carat nnd, somo say, puro gold. An expert says that oven In tho caso of puro gold this coloration of tho skin Is not due to any par tlculur properties of tho metal, but, rather, is the result of chemical changes In the body or, rather, In the perspiration and natural oil of the skin. Exchange. Irvintton, Ktntucky Stephensport, Ky. DR. H. Niw Llvi Horsis, Rip Dr. Owen's Office, Mala Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m. J. BOONE Permanent ' Dentist Street Clvrprt, Ky. I lf, 2- burquoiM blu cumelcd chimun. fiauhed throughout, - tod atsieictn 1 hid with or without ubiad lop, which u filled with towel ncki. etc , drop DeknTtnrwhert or WTiUlof icriptivo circuUf la IM Beirut muqt el the 1u Trunk Wagon per day,.. .$2 Horso and Buggy hlta, t " ., X 50 50 a, Standard Oil Coapujr (Iacorponttd) Allen R. Lewis Prprtt9r NOTICE. Please do not ask us to send you the News witlyjut paying tot it cash in advance, John D. Babbage. liu i inh it win iw mm wi yrtHUwwmt WrikhtinM. to I Ntwspapirs lunchtil. For spring hoos-clasln- g purpom Mfpr8 at five oents a btiaok. HL- - 'BBBBBBBBai TO BUILD A MODERN OCEAN LINERS. rtooVa r ft .to Their Double Hulle Defy Hidden anal Derelicts. ' In the hand of u xklllful ND-CL- AY ROAD marine TO BREEDERS AND SHIPPERS OF SHEEP bbbbLLI am 1 Drainage Must Be First Consideration. DITCHES ARE GOOD. the Combination of Sand and HMy Haa eeome Thoroughly Dry It id Ba Dragged Every Morning ftmooth Out the Rut Care Should Taken to Kaep D I tehee Clean. ken a sand-clarond Is built upon etey subgrade proper drainage Is ef tlie most essential things, for the subgrade of the road Is dry Arm the surfacing of sand-clnIs y y Homes of the University of h Carolina. Ordinarily sldo ditches, h must be large enough to carry all of the water falling on the road. be sufficient. e side ditches should be wide hallow rather than narrow and as thus they will not be hard p open nor dangerous to travel. should be from four to Ave feet and from one to one and a half deep, sloping three to one on the next to the road and down to one e outer side, and they should have eta as frequently as possible to fy the water entirely away from road. When the subgrndo Is wet amp most of the time or is through mpy land tile subdrnlns should be in order to keep the foundation of Voad dry and firm. It must be in mind that greater care must serclsed to keep the clay subgrade and in the majority of cases of a trade in sandy s,oil. fee roadbed should be graded true me lines and gradea established by engineer. All spongy material, 'etable matter, trees, roots and ikps should be carefully removed k the roadbed and the space thus d in with sound material, and the race of the roadbed should be dry ! the sand und clay should be plow and harrowed with a disk harrow ja depth of four Inches until the jr Is completely pulverized, and the suborn ile should be comparatively or it will not pulverize. After this been done the roadbed should be led up. nud It will then be ready .'the sand. he subgrade Is now' covered with to eight Inches of clean, sharp and Hd .sand. When the clay already 6. break through, says Professor architect ninth mon ha been acioin pllshnl wllh steel iMimnlctlon than the mere economy of npac'. The safe-t- y of vessels at mm lulu been enormously Increased Until In the highest type of modern ocean liners the element of danger Is virtually eliminated. The marvelous Ingenuity displayed throughout this great fabric of steel In guarding against every possible of the yea comes to the lamisman as n Hiirprlso. A great liner of fiO.000 tons mny be controlled by a single hand. The complicated machinery for safeguarding the ship Is practically nutomatlc. The boltom of the great hull of the liner is doubled, the Inner shell being strong enough to float the ship even If the outer bull bo completely torn nway. It Is exceedingly unlikely that water would ever reach this Inner shell through accident to the main hull, but the precaution Is taken so that If it should Rtrlke a 'hidden object it will The prove absolutely Invulnerable. Rhlpwrecks of the past caused by running upon hidden rocks, derelicts and icebergs are thus completely eliminated. M. H. Cea In CnRsler's Magazine. e -- Shippers of sheep and lambs must furnish me name of PARTY from whom lambs are purchased, giving ADDRESS and NUMBER purchased from each breeder, and will issue certificate which must be presented to Railroad agent and attached to bill of lading before railroad company will move them. Shippers must NOT wait until you are ready to ship before applying for certificate. Reserve this notice, for future use. Parties owning sheep that have not been inspected may dip them at once, writing me number of sheep and Iambs dipped, and will inspect them in rail road loading pens, if you sell before I can get to inspect them cn our farms. Sheep that you want to move before. I can get to you to inspect them, must be dipped upon farms where now located before moving them. Shippers will ascertain from owners as to whether sheep have been inspected and dipped before buying them. Shippers writing for certificates for shipments of sheep and breeders writing tor information must enclose STAMP for reply. 1 1 W. R. MOORMAN, Jr. LIVE GLEN DEAN, KY. STOCK INSPECTOR The woman of today who has good health, Rood temper, good sense, bright eyes and a lovely complexion, the result of correct living and good digestion, wins the admiration of the world. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Stomach, and Liver Tablets will correct it. For sale by all dealers. STARTLED THE BISHOP. Untimely Royal Letter and the Message It Conveyed. One night at 3 o'clock the bishop of Orleans' was roused by n royal courier who had In hot haste brought a dispatch from nls majesty Louis XV. The bishop Imagined that something terrible had happened. Tremblingly be opened the package and read: "Monsieur the Bishop of Orleans My daughters wish for some preserved Orleans quinces. Pray send some. If you have none I beg that you will" Iu this part of the letter there was a drawing of n sedan chair, and underAn Clearance Sale of CULTIVATORS Per Cent Off on all Cultivators as Long as They Last. Stock must be Closed out. 10 IRVINGTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. ''bH 1 neath the chair the king's letter continued thus: "Send immediately Into your episcopal town and get them, and, monsieur the bishop, mny God have you In his holy keeping. Louis." Lower down on the page was this Irvington, Kentucky Buggies at Prices that will Interest You ents on nil of us to make us understnnu nnd share It." When young Francis was about ten years old It dawned upon him thnt he had a violent and uncontrollable temper, and with the simplicity which marked all his character ho decided to get It in hand. "One member of the family constantly irritated him to the verge of frenzy, nnd he Invented a form of self discipline which very few children would have thought of Imposing on themselves. My mother entered his room one day nnd found him walking round nnd round it, carrying on his back a heavy wooden shutter which bo had lifted off its hinges at the window. "'My dear child,' she exclaimed, 'what are you doing?' '"Getting over a rage,' he replied continuing the exercise. doggedly, 'When I nm so angry that I wnnt to kill somebody I come in here nnd carry the shutter three times round the room before I answer them. It is the only way.' " postscript: "The sedan chair does not mean anything. It was drawn by my daughter on this sheet of paper, which I happened to find near me." Greatly relieved, the bishop hurried a courier Into Orleans, procured the preserves and sent them to his royal master. Thomas E. Watson in "The Story of France." Don't let the baby suffer from eczema, soies or auy itching of the skin. Doan's Oinlintut gives inataut relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe for . children. All dtuggist sell it. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD 39 : years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 MASTERING BO AD WITH DRAINAGE HTSTEiL A TEMPER. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits 1 tins much sand the nmouut of .stated above should be cut down Ltbat much. The sand should be id evenly and be of a uniform cneaa. To get the best results the bed should be dry when the sand i, and especially should It be V ben the sand and clay are mixed. Is "very difficult to mix the sand with the clay when the latter and sticky. raising is now carried on with te or spring tooth barrow until Mnd and clay are thoroughly In- rated and tbo mixture is brought The state of fine subdivision. ly is now shaped up with road "My husband begged me A spue log urng mny ue to take Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie From now until the surface L Bishop, of Waverly, thoroughly consolidated the Va., "and for his sake I t.care should be exercised to Before I had surface smooth and proper taken 1 bottle, I felt better. and for at least a week "Before taking Cardui I race of the roadway should be sped eyery morning with the road suffered miserably every lie, .for if the roadway Is worn month and had to go to i, rats, at'lrst it is n bard matter bed until it wore off, but ' get a smooth surface. nowj am all right" in as'tt has dried out sufficient E50 surface should be smoothed road machine and given the crown. Aud Just before It be entirety dry it should be rolled ft becomes hard and ceases to the tracks of ordinary loaded The roller should weigh to ten tons, never more, and ' fee' either bone power or a steam You know Cardui will The Method by Which Marion Crawford Controlled His Anger. Mrs. Hugh Frnser. sister of the late F. Marion Crawford, tells some interesting stories of him In her book. "A Diplomatist's Wife In Many Lands." It was nt the Villa Negroni. Itome. that Crawford was born, an event which so delighted his father that, as Mrs. Constipation causes headache, nausea, Frser says, "my e- father was beside,- dizziness, languor, heart palpitation. hlrnse'f with lov -d showered jires- Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Reg. ulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents, Atk your druggist. APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. For His Sake Ainr.ni Takel.am.lll Tht Woman's Tonic help you, because it has helped Others who were in the same fix as you. It is not only a medicine for sick tftomen, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredients, it is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effec- ts. ' ditches should be given a eaMntBg aad repaired at least the. early spring and once in if fall.. All trash and other ob-sIkmiUI be thrown out on .opposite from the roadway. paB aeoured places and boles In leVthM sboeld be Ailed vp with peeked rock ana day. Water Fer Duet PreMam., water taken from, the meadow will be vsed by tbe oaclals of CHy to rid the eounty roads fact a'ttiMDee. The efleeacy of msj dwoorered after tbejr tbotMBds of dollar to with ally eeaeecttons. Cardui can be rtlltd port to help you. Trv tt todav. At all dhtjftirtft. The Cock Lano Ghost. St. John's. Clerkeuwell. Is a mean structure architecturally, but possesses two Interesting historical associations, one romantic and the other ludicrous. many people are noWjtising It is, the headquarters of the Order of Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic St. John of Jerusalem, part of the priory can t 111 Tho new toilet germicldo powder to bo choir of whose ancient dissolved in water as needed. be seen In the early English crypt. and hygienic This crypt was the haunt of the ' Cock For all toiletmore economical.uses it is better nnd lano ghost," which excited all Lou- To cleanse and whiten the New Ideas. Value of 17(5'- -'. und attracted teeth, remove, tartar and Some large business tirms employ a don in February. Johnson, Goldsmith and Horace Wat-polprevent decay. man whose Hole duty It Is to read ev- "ghost" proved, as Dr. To disinfect tho mouth, deTheery trade Journal, every technical pa the mischievstroy disease germs, and per or pamphlet and every magazine Johnson surmised, to bo parish cleric purify the breath. ous little daughter of a In order to get new Ideas about the To keep artificial teeth and Westminster Gazette. conduct of their business. Such Infor bridiroworkclenn. odorless To remove nicotine from tho teeth and mation Is laid each day before the Never can tell when you'll mash a purify tho breath after smoking. heads of the various departments, who in turn pass It down the Hue to men finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or To eradicate perspiration and body odors by spougo Lathing. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas under them aud boo that the new Idea scald. The best antiseptic wash known. pain-qui- ckly is tested. Hy this means each worker Klectic Oil iustuntlv relieves the Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, Is kept in touch with what other men cures the wound. inflninedeyes. Heals sorethroat, wounds are doing In his particular line, and so and cuts. 'ir and SO cts. a box, druggists or by mall postpaid. Sample Free. his personal elllclency is increased. Al THE PAXTONTOILETCO.,Bocton.Mais. Women and Tea In Japan. most everything can bo done In n manNo Jaianob'e society woman has comner a little' better than the present way, and modem business demands pleted her education uulcss she can tell to know and practice the best. Diog- Just what grade of tea is being served A Flth Aid Science. enes carried around u cup to drluk wa- to her UJI, Mikado or a hundred othter out of till one day be saw a dog ersand nt least be able to distinguish There appears to be no limit to sciin a lapping water with his tongue. Ho by tasto nt least a dozen "blends"more. entific curiosity, esiecially In Germany. Not long ago a scientist of awny his cup nnd afterward brand that has that many or threw are partly a Such accomplishments drunk wuter out of the palm of Ills' matter of luherltauco aud environment, Leipzig, wishing to ascertain whether fish aro warmer than tho water they hand. He got from the dog a now for Japan is a country where tea has live in, stuck a needle connected with idea. Louisville Courier-Journbeen raised and used for centuries. a thermoelectric circuit into a living With tea plantations tlvo centuries old fish la au aquarium. The needle formed and tea plants 200 years of ago there one element of tho circuit, while tho NOTICE. is no need for tea commissions to tlx element was Immersed in tho customs standards. As for the house- other water that contained tbo flsh. The late Severs Drug Co., have left hold standards, tho Japanese house- sauio, Tbo latter wus not seriously injured by with me for collec- wife decides them herself. all their accounts the needle and quickly becamo indiftion. All persons indebted to said firm ferent to it. Then as tho fish swam will please call and settle same with It Is worse than useless to take any about, carrying the needle, the ingenme or R. 0. Perkins, D. S., at once. medicines Internally for muscular or ious savant closed tho circuit and kept Yours very truly, chronic rheumatism. All that Is need- watch of tho galvanometer. It showD, H. SEVERS. ed Is a free application of Chamber ed so deflection whatever, from which ami the For sale by all deal- - he concluded that the flsh temperawater were precisely equal la "Had dyspepsia or itdlxtio for Iain's Liniment. ture, for had either been warmer Utan years. No appetite asd what I did eat ers. KuriarV Sinn 4 tfee other a current would have bees tarrUvl v mi generated in the circuit Chicago H. Walker, Sua. BUtm ewed Do bary, Okie. Antiseptics orPeroxide Instead of Liquid aoo BALL o o o czioizz) & MILLER Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains n Hardinsburg, : Ky pyci3oi351crooircioizi3fo NOTICE Sealed bids wi'.l bo received by tho Board (if Trustees of tho al Graded Cloverport Common School District No. 1, until Juno 30, 1911, for readjusting and increasing the capacity of tho steam heating system now in tho school building, made necessary by tho now addition recontly added to tho building, according to plans and specifications furnished on application to tho Board, Also bids for furnishing the paint and doing a certain amount of exterior and interior painting on tho building. To reject any or all bids being reserved. Attest J. W. PatOjChairman, M. Weatherholt, Soc'y. If you havo any collections to make by suit or otherwise or any deeds or mortgages to be drawn up. Call at my office. Fees reasonable. V. G. Bab--bag-e. ate.,,. We Neat Job Work Subcrlb RIf htJSow. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. Issued Evory Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, and 5 cents for each ad ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Exainino the label on your paper. lf it is not correct please efforts for better sanitary laws were largely blocked by this organization, thoroughlyiequipped with ready money and extensive in its hold upon the imaginative minds of many citizens, These gophers have wtrked under ground, since the league came into ex istance, to counteract the Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1006. The member ship Is composed for the most part of those who were hit hard by the act. notify us. For Governor. Wo arc authorized to announce JAS. B. McCREARY as a can didato for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary election May 27. COUJtTX'S STRONGEST MEJf MAKE AN APPEAL FOR McCREARY activity of the Addams strength in Breckinridge county, in The the past two weeks, following tho advertizing campaign that is being conducted for him from headquarters, caused many to overestimate his strength in our county. Tho McCreary men have said nothing, but the letter published in this issue shows tho spirit and convictions of many of the Democratic party leaders of our county and, it is our prediction, that when the primary rolls around tho sound arguments advanced by the unusually strong committee which signs McCreary 's letter will have appealed to a large majority of Kentucky Democrats and the wisdom of nominating a candidate who has stood tho test of time will bo admitted by all. Tho men, who in this letter, announce their faith in Senator McCreary as Democrat, a man of integrity and lender of long experience and sound judgment, certainly are Democrats who have tho interest of their party at heart; they are men of great experience and long observation in politics and looking forward to the tight to bo made in November and believing that tho way Kentucky goes in November determines tho party's future in Kentucky for ten yeard, we commend this letter and Senator McCreary's candidacy to tho fullest consideration of every Democrat interested in his party's success. It is not a matter of resenting something, real or imaginary, at the request of some misguided politician, but every vote should bo supported by conviction and by proper party spirit and principle. A stronger appeal was never made by stronger men in Breckenridge county. The Hon. J. Proctor Knott died at his homo in Lebanon last Sunday evening at tho ripe old age of 80 years. His death was tho result of a general breakdown in health. A distinguished Kentuckian, lawyer and statesman has passed away. All Kentuckians will grieve over his death. Amend The Law. The court of appeals says it is only a misdemeanor for a person to throw a rock into a passenger coach, unless some one is injured, when it becomes a felony. If that is the law it should be amended by the legislature. The throwing of a missile into a car which is full of people should be a felony for the person throwing the missle intends to injure somebody even if he does not succeedN Frankfort Journal News. The position taken by the Frankfort paper is the correct one. It is the intention of the thrower which should have weight, and the person who throws a missile through the window of a car loaded with passengers intends to strike somebody, and the thrower doesn't care who gets hit, because the thrower is possessed of an inclination to be mean and cruel. It is very probable that there is not a person in the coach that he personally knows, and not one of them ever did him an injury ol any character whatever. Many people have been seriously injured by being struck by a missile thrown by somebody through a car window and by being cut by the shattered glass. Throwing into passenger cars is common in nearly every city and town on a railroad. The railroads of Owensboro have had a great deal of trouble of this kind. The trains on no road escape The trainmen and police have made strenuous effort to capture the guilty, and they succeeded in apprehending one person who threw into an L. H. & St. L train. He was 'held over to the grand jury, indicted, tried, he entered a plea of guilty, and he was fined flOO. It has proved a valuable lesson, but it has not broken up the practice at Owensboro of throwing brickbats or other missiles into passenger coaches. If an imprisionment sentence could be administered it would make the wretches who are guiltv of this kind of meanness very scarce, but until the legislature provides such punishment, let the courts continue to fine the guilty 100 for each offense, and send those to jail who can't pay. It will go a long ways toward putting a check to the deeds of those who have so little regard as to hurl a brick bat or other dangerous missiles through the window of a passenger car. Owensboro A Expensive lobbies are maintained at Washington, and in many State capiv alsi, for the purpose .of defeating health important bills legislation. In 1000-1relating to the health of the nation were held up in Congress at the lnsti gation of the league. It is alleged that 825,000 per week was spent by the league lobby. There is probably no accurate way of computing the amounts that have been spent in Washington or at the various State capitals. One method of attack consists in sending showers of telegrams of protest to the Senators and Representatives from all parts of the Union, and especially from the home districts of the lawmakers. These protests are invariably misrepresentations of the real purpose of the Organizations proposed legislation. havt been formed in every State of the Union, ana attorneys employed to represent the league before conventions, legislative committees, and munclpal meetings of all kinds. Another plan of procedure is to send circular letters to delegates of conventions requesting them in the name of "Liberty and Fraternity," to vote against any medi cal resolution that might be introduced. It has always been difficult to get appropriations for health purposes, and if this league continues to fight the health authorities we must expect an increase in the death-ratin all States in the next year or two. In Chicago, where the league is strongest, in 1908 the death-ra- te was M.0S per thousand per annum; in 1010 it was 15.31 per thou sand. Colliers Weekly. 1 e , mi The drudgery of cooking Is lessened by half with this convenient cabinet in your kitchen. Saves you thousands of steps and stoops, by giving you a place for everything with everything In its place. NoTdtchen should be without one. The MEN have modern tools and Implements for THEIR work. The women who work much harder should have the same. Is made of solid oak. nicely finished In This fine kitchen-cabingolden color. Top has glass doors, shelves for dishes, etc., and three drawers. Large biscuit board slides In under base. Three large drawers on one side and flour bin holding 50 lbs. of flour on other side. Large strong castors that make the cabinet easy to move. around. You can buy this handsome kitchen cabinet for only $13.25, delivered, freight paid at your home station. You may pay $2 cash and balance on easy terms to suit vour convenience;' or pay all cash just as you like. et $2 Cash Buys This Sslld Oak kitchen Cabinet This is just one of our many BARGAINS IN FURNITURE, RUGS, business in the South. CARPETS, Etc. We tntfn and operate .the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us ; no matter where you live ; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores. WRITE US and tell us just what you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or Refrigerators, Stoves, CarRugs, Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full pets, particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the money refunded. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DAY, The ''pure food law" is designed by the Government to protect the public from injurious ingredients in both foods and drugs. It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manufacturer. Ely's Cream Balm, a success ful remedy for cold in the head, nasal catarrh, hay fever, etc., containing no njurious drugs.meets fully the require ments of the new law, and that fact is prpminently stated on every package. It contains none of the injurious drugs which are required by the law to be mentioned on the label. Hence you can use it safely. Go-cart- s, TO-DA- Y. COUPON. 313-31- 5 W. MARKET ST. Benslafer Onlillflaf Co.. LoHiSTille, Ky. I clip this Coupon frem the BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT. NEWS, KV. GUST0N Frank Warmouth went to Louisville Saturday. Everett Neff, of Moline, 111., is visit ing his E. L. Smith and son went to Louis grand-mothe- r. and would like to have full particulars as to 0TJAU2bj V iui vli Name P. O. THE LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS ville Wednesday. Leon Lewis, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Eva Carrigan. Mrs. Ella Burch, of 'Lexington, is Mrs. Katie Wiedman came Sunday with her father, Chris Anderson. night for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Miss Agnes Baskett and sister, of Brandenburg, are visiting their aunt, and Mrs. Jim Jolly. Mrs. Durward Wroe, of Irvington, Mrs. Nannie Tobin. Miss Lucile Richardson arrived Wed was the guest of Mrs. Oscar Rice Satnesday night to be with her parents, urday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Richardson for the Kansas, are visiting Mrs. Jim War-mousummer. th IN KENTUCKY Freight Office im will the WOMEN MAY AVOID OPERATIONS taking Lydia E. Pinkbam's and other relatives. Misses Ural Jordan, Lillie Neff and Jim Sack Craycroft Avere week end guests of Miss Clara Board at Hill Grove. Mr. Willie Earl Young and wife, (nee Miss Lillian Stith) of Moline, 111., are on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stith. Several from this place attended the burial of Mrs. Emerson Bradley at Wednesday. Miss Jane Jantzen, who has been at Stephensport for some time, has returned home. Miss Elsie Baxter was in Brandenburg Irv-ingt- on Bad Bunch. J. T. Owen. An octopus which we don't like is the League for Medical Freedom. It is doing a tremendous amount of damage By by its opposition Published by Hwjucst of Dr. to needed medical Vegetable Compound legislation along nil lines relating to Tho following letter from Mrs. Friday and Saturday taking the teachthe public health throughout the United Orvillo Itock will prove how unwiso examination. States. In the excellent California it is for women to submit to tho er's dangers of a surgical operation when Miss Eva Carrigan entertained her Legislature, for instance, this year, it may be avoided by taking Lydia Sunday school class recently. After j'j. I'liiKiiam 8 vegotauio compound. She-- was lourwceks In tho hospital games in the nice shady yard, lemonade and cauio homo suffering 'worse and enke was served. The little folks than before. are glad to receive an invitation from Hero is her own statement. Miss Eva, for it means a good time. Taw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I suffered very severely with a dis. Several were in attendance, at the if ll'IIO IS SI CCESSFL L HOIV -- THEY MADE START, THE ANSWER IS lllkSAME ,V OfPORTLNITT IMPROVE!) II I Til A IIILIV little RE.iorc.isn: YOU'LL BE REAI)Y WHEN THE CHANCE COMES lh rOU IIAI'E A SAVINCS ACCOUNT HERE. START SAYING NOW ANl) YOU'LL UNO IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE rOUR opportunity, ' Royal Neighbpr meeting Saturday afternoon, it being Children's Day. A nice program of recitations and songs were rendered by the children, nfter which came a treat of 'candy and peanuts. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be .i tnoroiourwccksanu success If you use Lewlsport BEST camo homo suffering flour." worso tnan ooioro. My mother advised mo to trv Lydia Notice, in Bankruptcy E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I did. Today lam well and strong Id tho District Court of tho United States Kentucky, Owensand do all my own housework. I owo for tho Wi'bteruDbtrlctof inuttor ot John E. my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's boro Division, in the bankruptcy. Lurabdln, ftunlcrupt. In Vegetable Compound and adviso my To the creditors or John K. Lutubdln. of In tho couutyof HrecklnrldKu. und friends who aro aflllcted with any turned, aforesaid, bankrupt, herefemale complaint to try it." Mrs. District that on tho 3rd day ofnotice is A. 1, by Riven Juno. Lauibdln was duly adOkville Hock, It. It. No. 6, Paw Paw, 101 1. tho laid John E.uiidthuttheliratuieettig judicated bankrupt, Michigan. hold at the If you aro ill do not drag along until of creditors will be Hardlnsbura,law otllco of Kentucky, A. It. Klucheloeln an operation is necessary, but at onco on tho th day of J une. A, D. Ml, at p. m. take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable at which time tho said creditors may attend, ex- pit? placement, i could not bo on my feet for a long time. My physician troatod mo for seven months without much relief and at last sent mo to Ann Arbor for an operation. I was ONLY START only of your Bank and save for 15 years. Thoh tho 'INTEREST ALONE will pay you for tho rest of your life, one-haof your provious income whatever it mijrht have been. of your income, it will If you bojriu to deposit grow BIGGER. Why? As you see tho result of your labor (your bank account) irrow you'll work harder, please your employer, and yourself bettor and increase your income sure, sukk, SURE. 1 mm HARDINSBURG ' one-thir- d lf income pno-thir- d Let OUR bank be YOUR bank. THE BANK OF We pay 3 Interest on Time Deposits :: Hardfnsburg, Ky. & TRUST GO,, mm Services At Baptist Church. nriu street. iurs. ii, r,ignttoot, in u- -M SANK Of CLOVERPORT 1 Rev. Mr. A. V. Leighton, of Central City, held servlcs at the Baptist church Sunday morning. His sermon was splendid and the members were very much pleased with him. Mr. Leighton and his daughter, Miss. Allene, were entertained at the home of Mr. 'and Mrs. R. O. Willis. prove .their claims, appoint a trustee, Compound. On Moaday evening the Rev, Mr. W, amine tho Bankrupt, ana transact such other business For thirty years It has been tho stan- saeettog. as may properly eosae before said K. Willett, of Shelbyvllle, preached aa dard remedy for women's ills, and has DKAf excellent sermon. While la the city he positively restored the health of thouKy., was CBterteiMd at the bMM ef Ur sands of women. Whydon'tyoutryit? 1 1 If vnll IlIDtllR l.nuiliinn.t ' "Bread baking is guaranteed a Uucccm 11T7C1 EM .. .S Ghildrens Day Service. The Children's Day service waiejfr at the Baptist church Suad. evening, was beautiful. The chlldf was held was nnn . Owe,, J,ra.,aBk'B tefeig ure n smnvul . ...r. m rhoi Hoimu. , inw ... ... i navL asd greatly eajoyed. " bv Un Dmnin. nj , A Riliabli Remeriy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Literary Entertainment W 8i rv t s . For Sale j C. I' Lovers of It cleanse, soothes, Iie Is 61m It quickly absorbed. Relief al Once. uisensert Sweet Patatoe Plants COIt nnd protects tucin- brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away A Cold in the. Head quickly. Kestorcs the Senses of Tasto and Hniell. Full slzo GO cts. At Druggists or by mail. Liquid Cream Halm for uso In atomizers 75 cts. Ely Lrothcra, CO Warren Stret t, Now York. the Ice Cream Social A Rcitcf it j .'.And. 1911, Hwcct Hotntoo Plants lliihlmRR, Cloverport, Ky, ."A t.K For Sale COIt HAT.K l'"lTC-rooKood culliir, g od Cottage. Donation 1o Masonic Widows and Orphans Home By Cloverport Chapter Order Eastern Star cottiiRei lino slmln. clv.ern. barn, henhouse, poultry yard, pood well of water In b irn lot. Tim-i- t place In town to rNo poultry. Oooo p'isiuro for cow, hops and horse. Come and take a look hefore buying else wIuth TMos Smith, Stephensport. Ky. ICE TEA will find our Chase & H Sanborn's Famous For Sale. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Saturday Night, June 24, ADMISSION Masonic Hall 25 CENTS INCLUDING REFRESHMENTS Traction Engines. Onn la It. FOU trick undone 10 II I. Oaar, Scott. Ilotb pnglncs In good condition, nnd will be sold at low prices on easy terms. Address 3 trim SAMS 1 Thomas, Huwesville. Ky. I "Orange Pekoe" NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES PROGRAMME Prayer Piano Selection Solo Rev. Frank Lewis Miss Lula Severs , For Sale COIt SAl.K A 15 horse power stationery 1 Oas Kmtlnc; Watktos mike, in good repair. Ilreckenrldgc News, ClOTcrport, Ky. For Sale COU SALE Deeds, Mortgages and all kinds or legal blanks. ureckcnriago jNews, Cloverport. Ky. 15he Breckenridge News 21, 1911 WEDNESDAY, JUNE RATES FOR POLITICAL Duet Recitation Quartette Recitation Piano Selection Edith Plank Misses Mary Owen Oelze and Virginia Harris Samuel Edward Conrad Miss. .' The best ever Try it during the Heated Term ANNOUNCEMENTS Address.... Benediction Recitation.-- , Male Voices Miss Martha Miller Miss Mildred Babbage Miss Audrey Perkins Leonard Oelze Rev. Frank Lewis For Sale Scholarship $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices $5.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices... .$ 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per Hue For All Publications in the interthe Tar Springs for a two weeks stay est of individuals or expression Mr. and Mrs. Matthews and baby, of 10 per line of individual-view- s Irvington, were in Louisville Monday. Arthur Browning, of Chicago, is here the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. B. Ran dall. Randall ("Mrs J. Committss Mrs. Emma Skillman I Miss Jennette Warlleld B. FOU SALE Scholarship InIn the Howling any departUniversity, good ment of that University. Iireckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. i J. vuuee will iiiittas cheerful you make day" We may not be your nearest druggist, but we try to come the all Mrs. Manie Moorman, of Hardlns-burg- , is the guest of Mrs. C. W. Moorman. cent meals. Try Gabbert's twenty-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and Miss Lottie Matheny spent last week children are in Louisville visiting relatives. in Howell. Yewell Holder will leave Monday for Go to Gabbert's for a good, square St. Louis to make his home with his meal. 1 LOCAL BREVITIES Waymon Furrow, of Rockport, was here last week. James Burke and Floyd Carter spent Sunday in Kirk. Sweet potato plants for sale. Call on C. P. Babbage. John Lynch, of Allen, Ky., is here father. Miss Ora Bowlds has returned from, a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones at Lewisport. Oscar Barker, of Cannelton, has a position in the bakery belonging to Sam Brown. Miss Virgie Daniels has returned from Texas and is at the home of ner parents in Huwesville. Miss Margaret Wroe left Tuesday for Fleminsburg for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Wroe. Frank Moorman was in Louisville Saturday visiting his mother, Mrs. Sallie Moorman. Miss Dorothy Gregory, of Brandenburg, is here visiting her grand-motheMrs. Lucy Gregory. Mrs. Nat Tucker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine were in r, visiting relatives. Miss Anna Hart has returned to her home in Louisville. Elmer Gabbert has opened a restu-raon Main street. Miss Ruth Faith is visiting Miss nt Coomes in Owensboro. Miss Lucile Berry has, returned from a visit in Howell, Ind. Mrs. Clint Reid and children went to Owensboro Wednesday. Lunches 10 and I5 cents, meals, 25 cents at Gabbert's re&turant. Mrs. Roy Mattingly and children went to Henderson Thursday. Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, is the guest of Mrs James Skillman. Born, June I4, to the wife of R. of Louisville, a son. n, Arthur Daugherty and Horace Tucker spent Saturday in Louisville. Top hogs brought $6.25 in Louisville Monday an advance of 10 cents. J. P. Ditzenbach was home Sundoy from Louisville to see his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoffious and son, Elmer, spent Surxay in Louisville. Mr?. Mullen is in Irvington the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ed. McAfee. Richard Skillman, of Stephensport, is here visiting his son, Wallace SkillmanMiss Susie Newton has been ill at her home in Oak street for several days. The Cloverport Ice Plant has sold over 200 tons of ice so far this season. R. T. Cravemi, of Hardinsburg, paid a visit to the News office last Friday. Misses Eva and Edith Plank are at Stephensport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wave Linder, of Eli- zabethtown, are here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Keith. Miss Elva Whitehead, of Oklahoma, and Miss Louise Whitehead are visiting relatives in Tobinsport. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Miss Lucile Squires, of Hardinsburg; afe the guests of Mrs. Will Gibson. Mrs. J. A. Rojs and mother, Mrs. Bartles, were in Irvington Friday the guests of Mrs. Chamberlain. C. B. Randall, foreman of the L. H. & St. L. shops, is spending two weeks with his family at Paducah. Rev. Mr. Adair, of Irvington, was here Sunday to hold his regular services at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Lovejoy and son, O'Neil, of Evansville, were the guests of Mrs. Lizzie Gear last week. Mr.and Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and son, Francis Lee, of Louisville, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Tom Bohler. Miss Belle McGeary was called to Marion Weatherholt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Hardinsburg last week on account of the illness of her mother and sifter. s, of Lewis-porMr. and Mrs. and Miss Georgia Jones, of Fairfield, spent Sunday here with relatives. The Star Roller Mills sold their big Robt.-Jonet, Fire and Plate Glass Insurance $1.25 LOUISVILLE Via ROUND TRIP TO a chain party Wednesday afternoon, June I7, from four till six, In honor of Mrs. David Duncan, of Brandenburg. Mrs. H. L. Stader, who is third vice- president of he Epworth League, gave her last social Thursday evening, June 18, on the lawn of Mrs. Virgil Babbage. V large number of th'o Leagers were present and the evening was spent very pleasantly In playing games,after which the guests went to James Burke's Confectionery for refreshments. Mrs. Courtney Babbage and daughter cery. Mrs. Itarvey Stone, entertained at their home Friday evening, June 19, in Society honor of Miss Mildred D. Babbage. The house was attractively decorated On Monday night Miss Elizabeth in garden flowers and the lawn was Skillman entertained for her guests, lighted with Japanese lanterns. The Miss Virginia Hudson, of Versailles, guests were served with fruit punch and Miss Lenora McGavock,of Clover- as they entered. Miss A. Louise Babport, Inviting a number of friends for a bage presided at the punch bowl. Theatorlum party, after which the After a series of entertainments the young people retraced their steps to guests were served with delicious ices the Young home, where the evening and cakes. Those invited were: Miss Stella was spent in music and dancing.. Refreshments of apricot Ice, raspberries Weatherholt and C. Brabandt, Miss and cake were served during the even- Ree Willis and Tom Ferry, Miss Mar tha Willis and Paul Lewis, Miss Cleona ing. Morganfield Sun. Weatherholt and Late Behen, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Clint Reid entertained Ella Smith and Courtney Babbage.Jr.; Tuesday afternoon, June 10, for their Miss Susette Sawyer and Stewart little daughter.Ruby Louise, who cele- Babbage, Miss Virginia McGavock and brated her fifth birthday. A number Harold Murray, Miss Virginia Hudson of games were provided for the enter- and William White.Miss Mildred Babtainment of the children, and just be- bage and Frank Moorman, Miss Elolse fore leaving, delicious ices and cakes Nolte and Fred, Pierce, Miss Leonora were served. Those present were McGavock and John Jarboe, Miss Al Irene Penner, Elizabeth Furrow, Mil lieneHardaway and Mike Tucker.Miss dred M orrlson, Robert Connor, Anna Louise Babbage and Libon Smith, Miss Clyde Hedden, Morris, Celestlan and Jeanettc Burn and Randall Weather Raymond O'Connell, Grace Hate Ben- holt. ton, Pearl Louise Boyd, Elizabeth Bishop, Francis Emmette Hinsey.Paul Fishing Party. Edward Berry, Lillian Pauley, Alice A party composed of employees of Ben Mattingly, Raymond Morrison, Rodger Harder, Hettio Myrl Faith, the L. H. & St. L, went to Dundee Thelma Bowlds, Carrie Mae Jackson, last week for a ten days fishing trip. Those In the party were: Messrs. Richard Wathen, Harry Morrison, James Tinner, Leslie Flank, E. S. Dickey nnd Harry C.Gans. Ben Davis, (colored), went with them as a vallet. For the next few days we will sell 18 pounds of Standard Granulated sugar for $1, 9 pounds for 50 cents. Hammond! best bacon 12 cents per pound, Pure Leaf lard 12 cents per pound, 6 bars Red Wrapper soap 25 cents, 6 boxes Argo starch 25 cents, 6 boxes Bon Bon Baking ptwder 25 cents, Coal Oil 10 cents gallon, New Vegetables-- , Cabbage, Potatoes. If you want these prices come with the SPOT CASH. It takes that to do business. Babbage's Gro 2 1- -2 gas engine to parties in Oklahoma. It was shipped last week. 83OO was the price. Miss Louise Babbage, who underwent a minor operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary at Louisville last week, has returned home and will be at the News office soon. L. D. Addison, J28 South 4th street, ot Louisville, serves a nice dinner for 35 .cents. Call on him. Frank May, of Cannelton, who has just returned from Purdue University was the gut st of the Misses May Sun day and Monday. Misses Rose Dudley, of Georgetown; Jessie Hinton and Ezza Twyman, of Versailles, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps. Dr. Austin Popham and Mrs.Popham and children, of Louisville, were the and Anna May Tatum. guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.' Jno. D. Babbage was hostess to Mike Popham last week. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. nearest pleasing I you Lumber Wo aim to maintain the Plaster Wo are headquarters for the best grade of plaster Seo us manufactured. Wo before you buy. also wantto talk to you on the subject of GIBSON & SON best assorted stock of thoroughly soasoncd, correctly graded lumber that can bo obtained. Our stock of Lath WEST POINT BRICK & LUMBER GO. WEST POINT, KENTUCKY Lime has been carefully selected and wo know that you will be hijrhly pleased if you place your order with us. We also Wo can give you some good "pointers" on that score and will bo glad to do it. us. Conic in and see Wo sell only the carry a fine stock of clear best and most popular brands of Red Cedar Shingles Cement W. R. MARKLE'S FLOATING PALACE "THE GOLDEN ROD" JUNE 21 Presentiiiff that Great Laughable Musical Comedy At Lower Wharf This Evening- - at 7:30 L0DIBURG. Miss Nina and Juble Hardin arp in Owensboro this week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hardiu and othor re- Fidelity Bonds I Twenty years' oxpoiionco in the execution of L, THE GIRL IN BROWN 54: FIRST-CLAS- S H. & St. L. R. R. 1 latives. Clyde Robertson and sister, Miss Blanch, were the guests of Miss Hallie Severs, of Union Star last Sunday. Miss Allie Kevs spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Dowell, of Irving- Sunday, June 25 Train Leaves Cloverport at 7:09 n. m; arriving Lonisvillo 10:00 u. m. Returning Leaves Louisville 8:80 p. ni. ATTRACTION PE0PLE VAUDEVILLE SONGS LATEST 54 f ton. Miss Annie Leo Hardin was the guest of Miss Lucile Parr, of Clifton . Mills, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin were visiting Mr, and Mrs. Ben Lay, of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prim RummMi fir ' Wtfk First-ifess niNNEAPOLJS vs LOUISVILLE AH Parks are Open 7 Theatrse- Tickets Good on Special Train Only 7 Stephensport, last Sunday. J. Dutcschke and little nlece.Cather- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avltt were visit Bob Woods, of Louisville, was the ing Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beaucamp, guest of Ed Shelmau last Saturday and Ine Shelman, of Holt, were visiting A, ot Ulltton Alius, last aunuay. Dutschke, last Sunuay. Sunday. Mlsa Mares Able, of Webster, was Bread baking Is guaranteed a succw Frank Macey, a railroader, was at Mrs. Ida Nottingham last Satvisiting If you use Lewisport BEST Flour. urday and Sunday. home last week. not allow me to oiler you much hospitality nor much comfort. I fear Perhaps we may have nomc wine. "1 ordered It ns we enme." said Ctvtfn face ns Costn talked on my behalf. Costn had heard my bowl nnd entercouch, hoping to sleep. "There are some men It Is a plcnsuro 8 every with in over- - ed tbo dungeon ns 1 broko my bonds. I did sleep, how long I cannot tell, to help slowly out of life." the Span coming rncuwiausm, I struck at the woman, and the man but n touch suddenly awoke me. t pain in iard went on with diabolical careless the back, kid received the blow, staggering back "Hush!" snld n voice In my ear. jneys, liver, bladder across tbe dungeon to the opposlto ness. "The cries of n cownrd and a The dungeon was pitch dark. I j and every part of the walL craven are good music, but there aro I beard tbe woman cry out In GTOCY urinary passage. It terror, but before I could strike again could sec uo one, others who. having faced death brave- . .v. . rs "Who Is It?" corrects inability to Costn and ,. Iv overv day. should not bo allowed to 7 the guard bad seized me. . I Hold watcrnnil Copyright, 1007. by It F. Fen no A .. . . "Dennis O'Ryan. I haven't time to scaiuimrrain m nasstnpit. Tbey s owiy even at ,m aie Co. could hardly inf-- me. Still, I am answer many questions Listen to me orbadelTectsfollowlnguscofliquor.wSne enemies. They have been real men all orl)Cerf atld overcomes that unpleasant glad they succeeded, for 1 should It's your only chance, and It's a poor their lives, with n hand always ready necessity of being compelled to go often have killed her had I been ablo to one. but It may CHAPTER XX1L Just serve." help n worthy friend or foe. and It through the day, and to get up many reach her. MAN could hardly bo in more to "Can i trust you?" m-uuics uuriin; me nijjiu. is ror wormy men iu uui lutm "For heaven's sake, go!" cried Costa. dcsperato condition than "Trust me. begorra! Haven't I been Swamp-Rorecommended for The woman needed no second bid- working night and day to help you? was. Except for Darla, who the tlmo comes. We nil know that Sir everything but ifis nothave kidney, liver you Verrall Is n man." (led from tbe dungeon, bcr ding. She was powerless, I bad no uadn t I got to impress everybody be found They nodded and drank their wine In or bladder trouble, it will J1Qg bCCH face as white as that of a corpse. She with my bntred of you to mako friend. I was to die bow soon I did JJJC remcly y0U HCe(, H certain sot know. I was to bo tortured, and Bjituti,. oughly tested in private practice, and has did not laugh now This time it was 1 that I should be allowed to remain In I thought it was time to speak for prytft 9Q scces'sfl that a special ar who laughed laughed like a madman. edace tbo king bad sucb flends as Va fthe fortress? One look of pity, one already." rangement lias been made by which nil lea and Lady Aldrldn bcsldo blm tbcre myself. "The princess will not consent" 1 .false move on my part and I should "Wo aro all men here." I said. I readers of this paper, who have not al- was no knowing what horrors tbey snld after a pause, CHAPTER XXIIL not have been able to bo here tonight. might not persuade blm to pcrpctrato looked toward O'Hynn's corner and ready tried it, may have a sample bottle "Yet Vasca must succeed tonight" "You deceived me." I snld. OT until the dungeon door was mail, upon mo. Yet, strango to say, I was hoped ho understood that I excepted sent free by Swamp-Roo- t,also a book telling "You should have known mo better." said O'Ryan slowly, "the Vasca I am shut did Costa nnd his men nnd how to more nbout him. "Had we met outside these walls Dot utterly cast down. "I may bo n fool, but you must for thinking of. The count will bo alone release me. Costa heaved a fat, heavy slgb of we should have fought each other to ."VioVi.Xi.i- give me If I am a little skeptical now." with the princess nnd will have the "I almost wish we bad relief wben bo got mo back into my tho death. Whether I fell or my en- - wfien writingmcnticn "My dear fellow, you are a fooL keys of tbe dungeon. You will enter, come u moment too late." Costa said. cray fortune would decide, but which- - rea,jng this generous dungeon. You'vo splendid courage, but you're and you will kill blm. Take his cloak "1 should bave killed her!" 1 hissed. ever it was it would have been an bon- - 0ffer ju this paper and I' "I snld it was all waste of time,' his deficient In cunning. Listen to mo. and hat and sword. Then drag ex"I believe you would." He remarked In a callous manner. ornble fall. I do not fear even such a send your address to go. Use "I was a fool not to do it tbe night The night you escaped from Yadasara body to the slip and let it ihm, titr-rR- xu k.o "And you didn't tako my advice. You death ns vou administer within these ur. Kilmer she attempted to plunge a dagger Into I helped you, though you didn't know pedition. Open tbo door and walk out spoke too much." walls, but I should like to cheat thoso llinghamton.N.Y. The regular fifty-ceIt I led n howling mob after you, of tbe fortress. Do not speak If yoa size bottles are sold by me." He sat thoughtfully for a few mo false friends of mine who would gloat and It's true, but I led them around every can help it Your voice might betray all druggists. Don t make any mistake "You were." he answered. ments. over my lingering agonies." you. As you go through tbo city you but relniber the name) Swamp-Roo- t, He evidently bad no doubt what be wrong corner I could. Wben you were "About these executioners?" "And one of them Is a woman, eh? D- - Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the ad- - himself would bave done under simi- nard pressed upon the stairs I rushed will bo wutched. but havo no fear. "Well?" snld ono man, wno appcareu to ue me dress,Binghamton,N.Y., on every bottle. straight at you. It would not have Tbey will be wntcblng to see that yoa lar circumstances. "You must make friends with them." ctiier. They nro your no harm. I Fortunately the blows bad missed been good for me If you bnd escaped come to have nothing to glvo in "How? "Yes." thought was of Darla. my second Of my eyes, on one side by less than a while I was In whole body, so I told friends. The city gate will open for exebnngo for their courtesy." you are free "A man should never suffer for tho O'Ryan. Had be pressed my band quarter of an inch. Had she struck a you to wound. A less wound than you nt a sign, and "One doesn't do much for nothing sake of a woman," he returned, nnd tbe best of your way to last night wttb some meaning? Surely little higher 1 bad not lived to write you inflicted would have served, but I In this country as a rule." he laughed, his companions nodded approval of the cottage. I shall be waitIt was Impossible, seeing bow be bad this history. I should have perished let it pass." "nor In any other country, for that sentiment. ing there with horses." helped to ruin me, but a man In dire miserably on tbe rack. For before me "I am sorry." matter. But we have a certain admi"And afterward?" "Then, my friends, are you willing to necessity sees hope In anything. "It turns out for the best I wns left I bad work which required keen sight ration for a bravo man. It might bo help me?" "Unless you ure delayed, by dawn we was not until the afternoon that I although I did not know it city, nnd since you have been a It managed. We must mako friends Just then. in the "Stand up." said the spokesman bad any visitors that day. I bad be- As prisoner 1 hnve been eot to help guard should be well on our way toward tho it was. tbe blows had struck deep, with these executioners." "Let me look at you." gun to bope that I was going to be you, but not allowed to come near you place whero you entered tbls infernal Ills friendliness encouraged me. I did as I was requested. He was a left alone altogether wben Costn camo laying one check open to the bone. I much, lest I should do you an Injury." country. Wo must trust to luck to find carry tho mark to this day. an angry "Would you grant mo a favor?" I master in bis Infernal art, and be In and bound mc, as usual. "you could havo given me some the way out Now do you thoroughly asked. flame across my face, I am never likeover my arms and passed bis hands i understand?" sign." "More fools with too much leisure,' IIo was on his guard in a moment ly to forget tbe woman who put it "Yes. When do I go?" back and thighs. His touch was loath "With that fat Spaniard looking? "It Is not en By to grant favors In my some, not In Itself exactly, but by In- I said wearily. there. Dnder Costa's care, however, "You will presently hear tho guard Only .In the last few days has be "An old friend this time," said a position." ference. The others gathered round merry voice In answer, nnd Lady Al tbe wounds healed rapidly. He bad an ceased to distrust me. Here's a rope. changed .In tbe corridor without Then "This Is not a large one. Tell me. herbal ointment which did wonders, tie your rope securely and descend. drida entered, followed by two or three am I still allowed n dally constitution- him to watch the operation. 1, who There arc muscles here that will men. It was easy to see that tbey but it seemed a mockery that Here Is a sword. See that yoa do not al on the ramparts?" drop it as you go down. Do not go betake some cracking," he said thought- were bcr captives as surely as I was was so soon to be tortured to death. "Oh, yes. You will bo treated well should be so carefully tended for what fully. fore your tlmo or you will ruin every a prisoner In the fortress. until your last day dawns." was. after all, a minor evtl. thing. Don't bo too courteous with "An unlucky blow on tbe head might This was an old lover of mine. "And the princess too?" "When Is my day coming, Costa?" I case that difficulty." I suggested. Vasca. Once bo hired an assassin to gentlemen," she sold gayly. "tie was asked. "Yes. and the other prisoners too." "It Is weary work waiting." Aye. and stretch our limbs Instead foolish enough not to value my friend stab you in the dark; just remember "Could you not so arrange It that He shook bis bead. of yours," he laughed. "My willing- ship. Behold the result" that and slay blm as you would a we might meet upon the ramparts?" "It has been longer than I expected," ness to help you docs not extend to mad dog. Now I must go." She was n pretty picture, much ns I be answered. "Impossible!" Wo grasped each other's band, and hated ber: I could not deny that She "Think. Costa, she Is a woman. A that" "Can that woman do me any harm A quick Jerk should suffice." said be left me. had evidently ridden to the fortress. kind word of encouragement would with the executioners. I mean? She Suddenly I heard the guard changed. Costa. mean so much to her." for she carried ber whip In her hand. Tbe time bad come, and my heart beat you come tureatened that sho would pay tbem Feel that muscle, captain." was the Do nil men who displease "Trust me. I will speak the kind well If they turned tbe levers slowly faster. I waited until tho sound of answer. to this?" asked another of her cava word." enough." the men's measured tread bad died Costa put his hand under my sboul liers. "She and I are friends In affliction; You may trust them. They ore not away down the corridor, and then I It would mean more to her If I spoke der and whistled. "I am not so unmerciful. Sir Verrall made of sentimental stuff and think went to tbe slab. A dozen fears took It." "It Is harder than tho king's." said and I are old friends, or enemies more of one man than they do of a hold of mo at that moment Indeed, "I do not doubt that." he said, with tbo executioner. Is It?" and she turned to me. which hundred women " my hand trembled as I put tho key a chuckle. "You attempted to deceive "I know that," Costa answered, re "Enemies." I answered shortly. I satisfied myself every morning that into its bole. me when you said you did not love mcmherhig my trial of strength with "True, and you aro In my power." Darla was still safe, putting Costa on It turned easily, and tbo next mo his majesty, "but that sweet machine her." "That does not trouble mo." ment I had raised tho slab. of yours Should be equal to It." "I reverence her." "You have yet to learn the terrors bis oath to be truthful to me. my One evening dungeon door Tbe dungeon was pitch dark. I had You think It has had practice this fortress holds "Yet you say you do not love her?" You shall have opened and Costn entered with O'Ryan to be careful not to slip Into tbo hole. I warrant you. when a 'Have 1 actually said that? Come. enough, eh. captain?' one spectator. I could hear tho swisb of tho river far Costa, grant mo this favor, and you I warrant It can be turned to crack slow turn of tho lever draws that body and a guard 6f half a dozen men. uy nis majesty s command you below me a noisy sound It was, com may demand of me anything it Is In even the knight's muscles, mighty as of yours Into agony For all your ing up tbrougb tbe shaft my power to give. You shall stand by they are." said one of tbe others. "It boasting, these walls, solid though will tomorrow be questioned as to your I found the ring, and to It I tied tbo me while I speak to bcr. In a few can be gentle and powerful too. Do they be. will hardly drown your cries, knowledge of various matters his maj rope. I tested the security of tho knots; days I shall be lying leaden footed you remember wben It embraced a and If you have sense left to hear any- esty wishes Information upon. You will be questioned In such a manner ns in tbo river below us. It will bo good man and n woman on the same day?" thing you shall bear my laugh." at least half a dozen times before I let tbe ropo go. It swung out to Its to remember that you did n comrade "That experiment Is likely to he re "I shall be glad of a spectator." I shall Insure the truth, and since there Is no limit to the mercy his majesty length with a Jerk. I fastened tho a service." peated." said the chief executioner. answered. "It gives a man. courage." may extend toward you you are ad sword tightly round me. and then I "I like you, Verrall, but I love my"The princess!" I exclaimed. "You shall not profit by my coming. vised to answer quickly. But since stood for n moment It was a short self better. I cannot do It. I will sec "They say so." I will pour all 1 possess Into the bands "CAN I TBUST TOO?" prayer I muttered too short perhaps, "Why trouble Sir Verrall with that?' of tbe executioner If he but kills you certain knowledge has come to his what I can do with the executioners." majesty's ears concerning you that by Feel It? Good. I'll put It on Had I had only myself to think of laid Costa, evidently angry that I had slowly enough." tbe couch. for the great matter I was entering: 1 believe I should have made a dash been told. I could laugh at this threat since tbe nature or by nrflflce your limbs are And here's tbe key of that flagstone In upon, but It was an earnest one. Then coarser than Is usual with men and the corner; take I sat upon for liberty during one of my dally contbo slip It Is of little consequence." an- executioners were ray friends. it The rope is a good grasping tbethe edge ofbotb bands,and. rope with stitutions nnd thrown myself from the iwered tbe man. with a rough laugh. let "Count Vnsca would be king In Yada- that by reason of this and other causes fifty feet long." myself go, dropping to my full length. ramparts. I bad Darla to think of. "In death a man can only take caro of sara. yet with all your beauty he you, may not be Induced to speak truly. "Only fifty!" I exclaimed. pain able to be inflicted not being What good was an easy death for me himself. I will treat the lady quickly. would not make you queen but for tbe tbe It was the way that only dead men "Wben you have opened the slab," If she were left to suffer? too. If the knight wills It" fact that be might be afraid to make sufficient and since It is considered be went on. "you will feel a ring in tbe took, yet I. a living one. was about tonecessary to strlko whero there Is In these days. Indeed. It would have With an effort 1 was calm. an enemy of an accomplice." side of the chute. Fasten tbe rope take It been dllllcult to accomplish such an It bad seemed pitch dark In tbe dun Is Indeed being a comrade." 1 we were going. Lady most likelihood of success It Is his securely to it and let the rope bang "This "Is It not time escape. I was a show prisoner. geon, yet I bung in a greater blackness At said, holding out my hand. "I have a Aldtida? Our horses will be getting majesty's pleasure that you shall first down." the time of my constitutional a small weakness In my nature a foolish one. restive." said one of ber companions. be taken from this dungeon to that of "But fifty feet what Is the good of and could discern the opening abovecalled the fifty feet of rope?" ray head. I wasted no time now I bad crowd collected upon the ramparts to perhaps, but I don't like women to suf "Besides, the man is a prisoner. Why the woman sometimes Princess Darla and shall there be a watch me us I walked to and fro fer." not leave hlra In peace?" "Below this dungeon Is that of tbe begun my journey. It wns simply a There was. however, a very unpleas"You can go if you will. I have no witness of her questioning." princess. With fifty feet of rope you matter of sliding down tbo slip and "It requires strength to suffer much. Costn recited the sentence in a mono- can ant side to being a show rlsoner At Women don't suffer as men do." he re need of you." sho said angrily. steadying myself by the rope. Thla reach It" dlftVrenf times my cell was visited by turned, with brutal certainty was easy enough. no bowed low to her and, left the tone without feeling, as though tbe "O'Ryan!" 1 exclaimed. "And matter were of no real Interest to him I must bave traversed nearly t dungeon. tha aristocracy of tbo city, even wom"It Is uot easy, but you're athletic feet of rope, yet my feet had al"Your friends aro oven now finding Then he gave a word of command to enough." he went on. "Tho slip from en and children coming to look upon If they do what matter? They are the guard, who tramped out of the cell this dungeon is only a few feet long. It ways met tbe wall. I had come to you out," I sneered. the man who bad once escapcu- - from only women." and left me alone with Costa and bole, no other slip Joining I dared not express my horror. She changed her tone. Yadasara and was so mighty a warthen Joins the mnlu sbnft that falls Into "You make me angry. Sir Verrall. I O'Ryan. shaft Hand over band I went rior. "But In this caso you will bring tbe river uot quite perpendicularly, but "That she devil Is responslblo for nearly. You must let yourself down by down, first feeling the rope with my camo on an errand of mercy. It may My fame had outstripped all reason. death quickly?" I said. You may rely on us." not yet be too late, I have tho ear of this." I remember a child who came one day, the rope uutll you come to unother slip feet to make certain that I was not at He nodded. That Is satisfactory," said Costa. tbo king. Why not ask mo to plead to resembling tbls. but much longer, for tbe end of It. then feeling tbe wall, not a dark haired little girl with thought- "Can I trust the executioners?" blm for you?" ful eyes. She stood before me, looking rising. tho princess' dungeon, though below to miss the opening I sought for. "Yes. Sho will die quickly. bur-- He 1 1 smiled I had almost me Intently forgotten O'Ryan. "I have never yet asked quarter from Presently at at this. Is not Immediately under it You nand over hand, then my feet danpaused. an enemy." her, to her great delight, for she turn- remembered him then. will find It n dllllcult climb up. but on gling below me there was no more-rope"Well?" t For an Instant I felt Inclined ed to her mother and remarked: "That man has heard our bargain," "For Princess Darla, then. Will yon your bands und knees you can do It "If this woman or Count Vasca or Aro you clear so far?" go and fall to death, so ending my not plead for' her?" "1 don't believe he would hurt me." I said. some other special enemy Is there Ho will uot betray it" "Not to you." Poor little woman! 1 should think "Yes. but will the slab In her cell be troubles. Then I went up band over tbey may say that tbe executioners unlocked?" "DTer limbs, like mine, aro young, hand In desperate haste, and. having Do you swear not to do so?" I said. not Evidently I was tbo fashionable got the rope between my knees again, bogy to frighten naughty children turning to tbe Irishman. perhaps beautiful. Being slowly bro- bungled at their work and demand "It will be wide open." I am not less merciful than the ken upon a rack is sad use to put tbem that others shall deal with you. Tbero I bung, swinging, and steadied myself witii. "She knows that I am coming?" would be no tlmo to make friends wltb to." O'Ryan constantly enme with Costa, executioners." he growled. "No. There Is tho weak spot in my to think. Either I bad missed tbo bole-oO'Ryan was mistaken; the ropo waa I shook each villain by tbe band as sever alone. The Spaniard was afraid "It is possible that Count Vasca has them." long as she dies quickly I care plan. I bave tried to communicate "So that bis lieutenant might do mo an In- - bo left mo and asked Costa to distrib already pleaded for her." I answered with ber, but I bavo failed. In ber ex sot long enough. Perhaps It was beJury. O'llynn never spoko to me, nnd ute among tbem what few posses "If she would marry him ho would use not" citement she may betray you before cause the first solution- was tbe most "You are a bravo man. I trust all you are prepared." acceptable that I believed it to be tbo over and over again Costa railed at sions I bad. 1 shook bands even with his best endeavors, I warrant you. He may go well with you." correct one. I took courage and Is so faltbfnl a friend that bo Is cablm for not making my last days as O'ltyan, and then 1 was left alone. "Prepared for what?" He held out bis band. I shook it Did O'ltyan grasp my band more pable of pleading for ber lifo and for pleasant as possible, "She will not be alone wben you ar climbed upwnrd, stretching my legs to and tbanked blm for all bo had done. rive." be answered. "At court It Is be right and left searching for tbe hole, "Surely It is rovengo enough to seo firmly than was necessary? I might your death." former comrado In sucb a bad case," havo spent the nlgbt wondering, but "I seo I cannot help you. You per- Ho had indeed been a gentle Jailer. lieved that Count Vasca Is to marry I might have missed It even then bad Then O'Ryan held out bis band. I tbe Lady Aldrlda. Tbey pose aa lov- I not beard a sound that made wben they had gone I broke down for sist In making mo. angry, and angry 1 be urged. took It for the sake of tbo past Out the Irishman was obdurate. I tbo first time during my Imprisonment am dangerous.' intently, Yes; it was distinct, ers, and. so far as the lady Is con "TCbero is a long nlgbt before you," cerned, she believes that tbe future Is from the hissing of tbe water below wondered that bo could havo changed I shed tears of Impotent rage, pacing "Woman, you are always dangerous 1 stay with you for my cell frantically, cursing and beat to thoso who trust you." I said hotly. said Costa. "Shall bo completely. settled. Count Vasca has no Intention me. the murmur of a. man's voice. One evening Costa came, accompa- ing its stone walls like a madmaa It "Beware, gentlemen; a viper la a pet awhile, or would you sooner be alone?" of marrying ber. Not only does he Was it above me la the dungeon I had At that moment O'Ryan grasped my mean to be king In Yadasara, but he escaped from? if so, I bad only to wait nied by four men, as villainous look- was horriblo to know that Darla would not to be caressed lightly. I know this band sharply. There was no doubt means to marry the princess If be caa a few moments. I should feel the rope ing a crew surely as could bo Im- bo laid on that hideous couch to have woman." agined. Tbey entered stealthily, as her fair limbs broken; that ber death. erked. or else It would be cut. and ao "Not yet You will not plead for about It tbls time. What did he mean? He has the king's permission to Inter"I would be alone," I aald. though they were on a secret mission, heroic though It might be, as I be your princess, and you are wise. ie re view tbe princess. If be succeeds in an end to me. I hung, waltiag, awl Costa bowed ceremoniously aa he obtaining ber consent she Is to go and I rose from my seat, while a lieved It would be, should bo witnessed baps, for I bate ber aa I bate you. In free till la a dull monotone, the velee west atraage thrill traveled up my spina uy sucn loatnsome wretches as the a few hours you shall havo your desire left tbe dungeon, and O'Ryan aa be with him this very night He may use a. Suddenly ajittle below m aad to my left tbe rocky wall seeaaed to grew I thought my time bad come, ore," aald men who had Just left me and per-- you shall embrace her, but you shall followed blm I turned for aala Instant what pereuasioa be wllL" was expected under "Then the klag wlshe to save her? luminous, a flickering light that "1 coald aot bring them bef haps only by tbem. Only wben I was hovo no tongue to tell her of your love, and smiled. aaM "Yen have been holding ao thoroughly exhausted did I throw my- - You shall lie together la the waters itand something by the pressure, and Coata. "On the contrary, it la only because for a moment tbea died, thea aaaa many receptions." Belt on my rugs and fall asleep to underneath this fortress, and, X eball by his smile I Imagined I bad made' he feels sure that tbe coant will fall again. I waa relieved. dream what mockery It was! of laugh every time I think of yea. Ton tbe right answer to Costa's question. "Ia that a good way oat of Mfer that he baa glvea hla Bat, after aH, what could tha Irish- eeaat la too powerful toeaaaeat The "The txecHtioBers," I aeld, try la to pleasant fields and sunshine, know me! I tell yoa, yea have aaacb The velce aouaded low. yet tha be refused a appear aa if their coebIb bad net I awoke refreshed. rernape the very to learn. It hi time I beama to teach man do for we, evea If he really favor. If ne fella, tba tha Briaetea werda were dlMlnet Th.lia flixk. irtobed to help bm at thla lata bow? aaffera toawrrsw la tha met "Geatlaaata, I regret dream 1 have railed at gave ray sleep ng, like this and that" iva Jms tha Dsomeaa of my dwalllsg doee lta power to refresh aw. Uy first I gb laid her rtdla whin ahami. 4 ad4M fear teak ponenloa of bm. kaew et Tha ktac tm Cofttiaaaa oa paga 7 Star If Two of my guests lounged' ngnlnst the wall, and two wit upon the edge of the table. O'Ryan brought the I wine and retired Into n con.cn could not seo the expression of his my fare twice aa afce afeke. watch ma my Haba shake as though arms were bound beblad me. tbe palsy were In them. For an hour-- It could do nothing to protect myself, may bave been more shook me. ''You devlll" I bowled, springing to My enemies would have fear rejoiced could Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. my feet rthcy bave spied upon me during that Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's One of the men with her remonstrattime. Then my will power returned Swamp-Rooctcat kidney, liver and ed; tbe other laughed, even as she to steady me. and I the my dungeon DeDiauucr remedy, laughed. I forgot that she was a wo- until I wns sensible of no quiver In tbe li cause of its remark-I- I I man. n able health restoring my With mighty wrench snapped firmness of my steps. Certain that tbe cords and was free. IL nrotiertlcs. Swamp- attack was over, I lay down on my Do You Get Up across My 1 With a Lame Back? t, tudy Aldrlda that Taeea bm aa elaborate scheme which Is arranged la every detal. He will use persuasion. He will play upon her fears. For that purpose he will unlock the slab ber tbe death road she Is to Ho will probably attempt to take bcr even without ber consent or he might kill bcr If sho refuses htm Whether bo suctoo contemptuously. ceeds or not bo bns uo Intention of going to the king, no will Icavo tbo fortress with her and go straight tc-tbe city gate. He will go the way you. must hnve gone the ulght you escaped. A boat is lying hard by tbe great rock. Ho will cross the river and before dawn will be In the woods which He to the south. There Is a woodcutter's-cottagthere, and horses will be waiting for him." "Ho means to leave Drusscnland?" I asked. O'Ryan smiled. "No. Tomorrow tho revolution will commence. Half the city Is Vasca'a take-tomorroe pne-e- A SGBimiiiiQco y IMISFM J u ot pt N a nt one-doll- e - - he-fift- r tbe-mal- . to-Je- - mo-liste- muw "Money Talks" but it won't s.iy much for you unless it's YOUR mjnoy, You'll bo surprised to eco how a fonr dollars in a good bunk liko this will coax other dollars in how soon you'll havo a nico littlo sutn laid away without missing it how eloquently it will talk to you when a chance comes to put it at work dig ping up dividends on a pood investment. It's riAFE here, too. Yes, and as "ready" as cash in your pockot, without offering the same temptation to spend it. Come in and talk it over. Come in today. to burn low nnd shows that time clamors for your answer." He spoke In n different tone. I perceived that his patlcnco was nearly his If only he could slay me. HU swordsmanship was not equal to his ferocity, or perhaps ho underrated ray Louisville, Henderson & St Louis Ry. exhausted. "My answer The rack princess. In Drussenland, I tho greatest villain r yet should I bo a comrade thnn tho rack." 'The rnck k.'1'a the body. A villain would break my henrt" Is no," she said firmly. Is a cruel companion, gen-t?- Were "Time Is meaningless ho when in tho rack's embrace." FIRST STATE BANK, :: J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier second is an. through every nerve. You may live for hours, nnd hours in such a case mean a lifetime." ''Yet I shall die honestly, loving n true man. Can a lifetime, bo it of answered. "Every hour when agony thrills hours or years, bo better spent?" "You love this foreign dog?" C, W. BOIILER MARION WEATHERIIOLT J. W. PATE "As my own soul." She rose to her feet as she said It My time had nearly come. Cautiously I felt that my sword was loose In Its scabbard. "The torch burns low. Think once moro." I wondered how ho intended to take her without her consent, as O'Ryan Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common andjFire Brick, 1 Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. 1 watched him, and 1 grow skill. TIME TABLE calmer. I waited until his heel was Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 nt the edge of the trap. Now I prepared to strike and end It but once MS M6 142 I 144 14S HI more he escaped inc. Ho forced me 147 STATIONS back across the dungeon until my foot O.lty Daily Pally Dally Dally Dally 9 St pm 4 40 pm 1 40 sm 12 50 pit 7 40 pm I.OUISVILLIi Lv Ar touched the wall, nnd he laughed. It (4 63 ... BTKAWIIKICUr N- - Jo was n strange laugh, such ns few men II1HI1UFK nt 23 (7 08 fs'oiT" (9 09 (0 42 (12 13 MRDOItA . laugh, for It ended in n gurgling sigh, (9 14 (0 30 STITKS (7 Ot 12 07 ti 14 almost liko tho sound n plpo gives ns . . KATIIKYN.. fS 17 (12 04 .. " 5fl" 10 01 9 21 6 21 ... WEST POINT 0 29" 12 01 the water runs out, for the tho last of (5 23 (9 23 IIOWAIU) .... tII5im (0 64 tnd had come. My blade had passed rs 3t (9 30 (0 40 HAUTLES. . (II 50 ro 34 (0 41 t5 37 right through him. He threw up his (II 43 iiavkn... (9 40 43 (0 33 (II 37 fi ..i.uno 1iuanci1. arms nnd staggered bnck, falling be32 9 49 11 29 0 25 hkandknmuko (9 50 6 39 . . KKKON .. side the hole. I went to him. (II 21 0 10 (10 03 (11 13 0 OS 0 08 5 48 OCSTUN "He Is dead." II 06 10 01 10 43 3 . 10 13 IIIVINOTON 5 41 I 5 51 "Clinton!" 10 33 (0 31 (10 19 (10 47 WknsTKH ti 34 Darla was beside mo. (10 27 .. ..lodihuko ffl 39 (10 S8 ti (0 44 "My love." I said, kissing her, "for.... MYSTIO (10 31 fio'37'' fO 51 9AM CLE ... . (10 23 (3 22 Wo will get that name for awhile. 10 44 058 10 14 5 14 .STEI'IIENSPURT. go. I know the road. The danger Is (7 02 riO 48 .. .. (10 09 (5 10 ADtllSON (7 0 (10 30 (10 0 HOl.T ... (3 08 over." 11 00 7 IS . OLOVElti'OUT 4 37 Oam II 2H 9 55 8 15 . .. 4 57 "But you you- "shops (72?" fO IS -- SKIUilAS... (9 40 "I am the count for tonight" law" 11 18 7 37 I il St II 43 4 38 ... HAWEHVILLK ... 9 31 4 30 7 58 I took the oloitli from the dead mnn (7 45 6 21 (9 25 I'KTHIK. ... " (7 46 ft! 32 (7 50 A DA IK (9 20 and threw It around me I took bis (II to a w7 59 (It 37 3WIHPORT fi' if" 7 9 12 (3 05 sword and put It on Instead of my 0 43 ....... -- WAITMAN. . ti 06 "(T6T (7 33 45" 63 8H m MACEU 8 58 7 15 ovriij and 1 drew u. nm well over my t7 03 ti 24 (8 40 (7 04 PATES. .. . -- eyes. . DUTCH .. . OWEN8HOKO .. 3 50 ?'Hcre is the key." I snld. drawing1 7 1" 12 35 Ml T33" 1210pm f8sf '3 45 "0 66 8 40 CONWAY... . In case rt a" It from tli j cliuk "Stay! (8 49 (8 23" MATTINULY .. 7a:iT (8 53 . GRIFFITH ... (8 19 (0 37 they should unlet Hie ilnimeon when (7 31 7 Si (H 57 (12 27 "(TS" (3 10 6 34 - . STANLY ... . we are gone nnd simu.d hud. Mint It (7 40 (9 03 (0 K (8 10 NEWMAN 7 49 ( 10 ... HEED (0 Zl (3 04 would bet ru j u " ' ( ie r? M (7 59 HEALS (0 ie I took the de.iil dim ii by his limp 7 M 0 18 SPOTTSVILLE. (3 11 7 50 0 13 8 10 (9 24 (3 07 HASKETT... 7 52 0 08 arms und drew liuu u the ede ot the 8 23 30 1 05 9 42 HENDERSON .. 7 39 3 00 2 53 5 56 pm trap. Then I lei nun ci. und lie slid 1 55 1 30 1015 EVANSVILLE.. i 33 7 10 am 8 2 30 7 40am 40pm noiselessly out nt wi...i. 9 00 pm ST. LOtMS. . 34 am "Now come!" Her arm was in mine n ml I was "f" Stops on Signal, Whore no time shown trains stop. fitting the key in t In- - lo.lt wiien there was a roar of voice In the corridor Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St, Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pall-ma- n without sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. "Vasca! The traitor: The traitor. Vasca!" No. I4I will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from "The king!" whispered Darla. east of Cloverport. A thundering knock came at the No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers fro door. west of Cloverport. "Open in tho king's name!" "We are lost." said Darla calmly. I drew my sword and threw off tho cloak. At least I might die fighting. ".Clinton, kiss me." "Open, open!" they shouted without West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle Cast Bound "Kiss me." 1 kissed her, one long kiss. Second Class First Class First Class Second Class "Now kill me." she said. 1N0. 9 I No. 7 No. 118 No. 112 No. 6 No. . . -. . . & -. 015-0.2. . . (1 . . . 1 ixnot Hartford Line STATIONS Estimates on Application J. E. KEITH DEALERS WRITE US FOR PRICES. (Si SON IN Granite and Marble Monuments CLOVERPORT, KY. The Knight of The Silver Star Continued from page i low ed and then slowly wont out ered myself to the IpvpI where U hnd lMn nnrt then holdlnn the rnn wth one band, worked my way along the face of the wall with the other. I made slow progress, but presently 1 grasped the side of the slip. Cautiously I felt for the door of It with my foot. After some minutes I succeeded In finding It, but It was. If anything, at a sharper angle than the slip from my dungeon. How to get a footing upon It was a matter for consideration. As It was, I had. to bold on to the side of the slip to prevent the rope swinging back with me. for instead of being directly under my dungeon, as O'Ryan had led me to suppose, this opening was n good ten feet to one side of it Fortunately the walls of it were rough hewn. and. clinging to the rope with my 'knees and feet, I managed to drag myself inward with my hands, my nails and fingers suffering lu the operation. By letting the rope slide between my knees gradually as I advanced I brought myself to the floor some feet from the edge of the slip. I chose the spot and then dropped forward on my bands and knees. Tho released rope swung back and was gone. There was no return now. I bad dropped very cautiously, and all my energy bad been centered on what I was doing. Now 1 was awaro that above me, at the top of the steep ascent, thero was a light O'Ryan had not deceived me. Tho trap in the dungeon was open. There was a pillar in the middle of the dungeon, supporting the low vaulted roof, and in a ring In the pillar a torch was fixed. A breeze from the open trap caught the flame, making It flicker weirdly and cast strange shadows. On a couch at the foot of C craving your favors. Your word shall bring death or grant life. Your will shall be law in Drussenland and be who speaks the humblest yet the happiest of your slaves." "A pleasing prospect most easily spoken of." "It is true. Tomorrow at this time I shall be king. The last obstacle is overthrown." OD CHAPTER XXIV. play a double game. Count Vasca," she said severely. "You betrayed me, whom you professed to betray him to whom, you have transferred your alservo. You would now legiance." In her lap. She hardly seemed to ilstea to Vasca, who was standing close to her, talking rapidly. "I have been ambitious. I have deceived yon. I crave, your pardon. I have aot done It for myself alone. I bave done it for you. My love has spurred me on. They would make me king. It has been your ambition to reign In Yadasara. Now your Iambi-tte- a may be realized." 'You are not a king." Toaight; no, tomorrow" lie broke "Say that you will be excitedly, qseea of Yadasara, my queen, and this iaataHt.'tbta dungeoa door me." ' it oea to you. In a few hours you. you tell as surely f "Aye. kail have the aatkw at 'year feet the pillar sat Daria, her hands clasped hv, "For your sake," he answered. "Do not forget that" "For my sake?" 5You are a princess In Drussenland. You would bo queen. As your knight I could but draw a good sword In your service; as a king I can give you my band to help you mount tho throne you covet" "I havo ceased to covet a throne. Tomorrow I die." "Never by my wllL I am hero to save you. By the king's permission I am hero. If I can win your consent to be my wuo ho has promised you life and freedom. Even so far is Count But I havo a far Vasca powerful. greater aim. Consent, and we will leave this dungeon nnd tho city. Before nightfall tomorrow Yadasara will be in our bands, the king our prisoner. It wants but the sharp note of a trumpet to call half tho city to my banner." "Then let the trumpet sound at daybreak. Revolution will shako tho city, and I shall be suved." He paused a moment "The fortress is npt yet in my hands, else bad I not been, forced to gain tho Hag's permission before I camo to you. I cannot save you Unless you come with me. From this dungeon the king protects' us, afterward my friends your subjects." "And Sir Verrall?" "Him I cannot savo. I would have done so If I could, but It is impossible. My followers demand his death, as they do the death of all those who have been brought into this land to fight for hire, ne is a foreigner a brave man. I grant still, a foreigner." "Yet you will be king tomorrow, so , as.tbat ,towk begins ' Pass. KrolR't into my head. Pass. Mixed Krelg't Sund'y Dally Dally Dally Daly Dally n Only "You do not fear death?" n n "No " 0 45pm 11 lOim Lv..niVINOTON-A10 00am 4 l5im 815am 10 lOim 1 pointed r lllOaa to the trap. (U 55 H 30 r 35 (II ( 3 15 ...HASIN SI'HINO... ( t 51 10 50 "Only dead men take it, they say, and 17 09 s 9 12 8 55 UARKIELI) s 2 52 s 9 35 10 30 stl 3i (7 20 ( 9 0J 0 20 0 111 ( 2 37 ( IIAItXED 20 10 15 HE TIinEW OP UIS ABMS. lie still in the river bed. Yet one dead 7 23 3J s 8 53 S 2 30 49 s 9 22 sll .lUNOriON. ... 51 9 10 S 8 40 S 2 15 sll 0lpra HARD! NSHURU s 9 17 bad said be might do. Would ho at- man rose to the surface. We might h7 34 87 41 !)5S 8 8 39 Sl2 S 2 05 JUNCTION ... s 9 11 10 10 Suddenly he drew rise alive. It Is a poor chance, but if (7 50 tempt to drug her? ( 8 30 (12 OS 10 13 ( 1 55 ( 9 1)3 10 01 KIRK death comes it will And us In each (7 57 ( 8 22 10 21 15 (12 ( 1 47 ( 8 50 hl3 sword. 9 51 McOtJADV. Was be about to wound S8 10 10 43 SIS 27 8 8 10 .. GLEN DEAN ... s 8 45 8 1 35 9 43 her and thus secure her? He stirred other's arms. It Is better than wait- s.8 19 10 53 8 8 05 S 1 23 slS 30 9 30 s 8 30 DEMPSTER (8 21 (12 40 11 00 ( h 00 s 1 23 ... ROCK VALE r - 33 9 31 the torch Into ,u brighter flame with ing for tomorrow." ( 7 54 11 10 (12 45 ( 1 17 9 20 VANZANT ... ( 8 27 She shuddered a little. Then she 18 30 the point of his weapon. (8 34 ( 7 50 (12 50 11 20 ( 1 13 ( 8 21 9 23 AsKINS. (H 42 11 30 (13 tt ( 1 03 f T 45 ( 8 13 "See. 1 make the time as long as took my hands. OAKS 9 15 S 4!) 1 as s 1 00 "1 am ready." she said. 8 7 35 s 1 00 9 10 ELLS ITCH s 8 3im possible." he said defiantly. 8 55pm 11 50 am 7 30im 12 50pm Kfiimsvir.T.r 9 05 "Quickly!" "Though all the torches In Drussen330 Ar.EARL'OTON.Lv 5 45 " I sat down on the edge of the trap, land were here nnd each one were lighted from the dying flame of an- even on the spot where n few moments WEST other, yet that time would not sufllce before the dead count had rested. UAST Between Dempster and Falls of Rouh. BOUND "Sit beside me." I said to Darla. BOUND to make me change." said Darla slowly. "1 believe I know-t- hat the God "Now put your arms round me so. Second ';rs' 'lr!t Kirt Second TIME TABLE C''f" who looks down upon us will give me now your feet between mine, so. Do Clas Class Class Class To fall straight Is our not struggle. ' strength to bear whnt is before me. Thu Tlmo T;lbI,) wen' 7i 25 27 T T I love you. My darling. only chance Go. Count Vnsen. go! You are n douPassenger Passenger 19, 1910. at 11:59 p m Passenger Passenger Mixed Mixed ble traitor See that I do not betray I love you!" Our lips met Monday. Dally Monday, Dally Dally yon when the rack cracks these limbs D lly "It is time. In another moment the "spt Etcepl Except of mine." STATIONS Sunday Sunday Only Sunday.' Sunday only "I will see to thnt." he answered door will be In." I shullled over the edge as 1 spoke, harshly. "Your folly shall neither 1:111 1 23 p m 12 30 urn 8 40 a in 12 33 p m 8 33 a m 2 03 p m DEMPSTER holding will) one hand. I 4i u m 12 5li p m 9 00 a m my ambition nor make me careless Of ROUGH 8 13 a m 12 13 p m 1 43 p m "You nre ready?" my own safety, perPerhnps It Is for "Yes." hardly know haps pity for you. "Now!" which, but the rnck shall not hurt I let go my hold, and we slipped you. You shall make an easier end. There lies the death road. You shall downward take it tonlgjit." Do to a farm or business '( If you do you ne threw his cloak back from his To be continued may find just what you need in this department. If you are interestshoulder to give his sword arm freedom. Whether he meant to kill her 1 Real-Estat- e ed in any of the followiti": proprieties write us at once for owner't Sale shall never know. My time had come. ; name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once Darla sprang toward him. "For that I thank you. You could telline us The undersigned will on Saturday, and let do me no greater service." June 24, 1011, at 1 o'clock p. m. or us introduce you to tho man who has ) itched the bosom of her dress She thereabout, at A. R. Fisher's corner in with both hnnds and tore It open, the City of Cloverport, Ky , offer for showing her white flesh. Wo recommend the following properties as being productive sale to the highest and best bidder, at "Strike, nnd strike deep!" and fair in price. nis moment of surprise was my mo- Public Auction, the following describI drew myself ed propertvi ment of opportunity. Do You your farm or business? up and stood In the dungeon, sword In Lot No. 30 in the Breckenrldge for your property, send price and description at once Darla turned with a low cry. hand to the City of Cloverport, Ky , The count, with an oath, pushed her having a frontage of 50 feet on First or and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. uslde. so that she fell upon the couch, River Street,and running back between This department is conducted solely for the purposoof onabling anil rushed at me. I remembered thnt parallel lines South 13 East 150 feet to buyers and sellers of fiirmsor business proprieties to make quick salea the trap was Just behind me. and I an alley, forming an oblong square 50 stopped nsldo as our blades met D. "You must crush your enemy now. x 150 feet, on which lot is situated a couat It ts your Inst chance," I hiss- nice cottage dwelling, good stable and acres, 2 miles (rom Guston. ed. "The road you were to take to- nil necessary with good fltl 10wues from irvlngton; well ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms und side roomt night I tnko. Tho death way Is for fence around the premises and other watered: lays3 well; good young orchard; good good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses. Pienty o( good timber (or (arm purposes! ; on rural route ; school liouse (ow you." improvements, on a beautiful location timberhouse: Improvements; good (our yards good land to clear. Price &.000 H cash. (ron room He did not answer, nis eyes wcro to make a nice and comfortable home dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two good brns; irn and cishouse SaLE A (arm containing 250 acres and fixed on mine, his sword flashed with foranyone at a moderate price and on tern back In bthe Held; tenont and lienand bouse; FOR under (ence. A nice cottage ct Ave u.eat mine. It was to be a duel to tho wood shed; will sellon easy payments; plenty 151 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar with death. We both knew that ne tried easy terms If desired, better known as of smtU (rult. Further particulars address a store room over It, two gool stock barnai Juo. D. Rupbage, Cloverport. Ky. one tenant house; about 500 upple and peach to force mo back toward the hole. I the Hardin Kinder place. trees, also pears, quinces and apricots; most Also a vacant lot 75XI5O feet adjoinall kinds o( small (rults, Including a nice tried to make him change ground with I or 18'' ucres (our mlles;westo( vlnyard ot choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared, me. We neither of us succeeded, yet ing the above described property on $2 i OOO Glendeana. 3 mllns frnm hranrh balance In woods. 1S5 ucres la grass,- several - (resb laud; 100 acres lu cultiva- groves ot blaclc locust sutHclent (or pouts tc ho had tho advantage, for the flicker- the East, being lot No. 2O and the railroad; all In produce tbe best wire (arm tion; ing torch was before mo and spoiled west half of lot No 28 as shown on the corn, 50 acres andgrass; will In neighborhood; on L.the whole L. It. In. It lies neat Elcron wheat tobacco II. & St. U. price Is (5,000 oc my sight somewhat Twice, thrice, be man or chart of said Breckenrldge Ad- plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwell long and easy payments. made a sudden effort to finish, the dition. Terms, one fourth or one third matter, onco almost breaking through my guard. The point of his weapon cash, balance in one, two or three touched my arm and the blood showed. years, in payments (monthly if desirThe count smiled. Tho next moment I ed) to suit the purchaser. The deferrbad touched him, and thero ensued a ed payments to be secured by Hen re flerco encounter for a few moments. I tained on the property, which the pursucceeded In getting round blm, Now chaser will be required to keep insured his back was toward tho trap, the, against loss or damage from flre,llght-nin- gMr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the torchlight in bis eyes. Tho advantage and windstorm, in an amount was with mo. Whether It was the equal manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph at all times to the deferred light that troubled blm or that bis as their Interest may appear at-tCompany and havo him explain tho special "Farcourage failed him I do not know, but time of such loss or damage. mers Lino" rate. ho fought less freely. Time after time bo only Just managed to keep my point Cloverport Real Estate A; Improvement from his breast, and. unconsciously ho Co. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY drew nearer to tho hole. Onco or twice bis eyes left mlno for an instant a (Incorporated.) There Is one medicine that every bad sign but It did not make mo care- family should be provided with and less. Not for a moment did I forgot especially during the summer months; the man with whom I bad to deal. Suddenly be attacked me more fierce- viz, Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ly than before. "King!'' i heard him Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cerutter between his teeth, Well could tain to be needed. It costs but a understand blm. His schemes were quarter, Can you afford to be without ripe. Tomorrow Yadasara would be it? For sale by all dealers, ex-S-- in Perhaps the request put the thought No. 8 10 lhy ox-S- 1 . . . . . 1 1 I and'y iMfc 1 Real Estate Department you want buy are looking for. want cash what you want and where you want It thevery property yon t: Ad-ditl- Want toSell df yon Jno. Babbage. 4j,ovu - RURAL TELEPHONES pay-men- ts he Better Subscribe ARE YOU COMING TO THE GREAT Red Men's o A Pow-Wo-w N D Barbecue Hardinsburg, Ky. at the Fair Grounds on TUESDAY, JULY 4th The fiardinsburg Military Band Will Furnish Music for the Occasion $200-Giv- en Away in . Prizes--$20- 0 ICE WATER A Kehed WATCH FREE Throughout the Day Scores of Attractions RiffffPQf S20 Dresser, $17,50 Uoes Jb rce to someone that day; .. .. fflS. $5 . Drawing comes oil at . 5 p. ra. will be given away to tha one selling the most tickets dinner and special tickets and $5 Gold Locket and chain tu the one selling second most dinner and Special tickets. Sale of tickets close at 5 p. m. S,SU 'V O can J " $20 GOLD DIdCOI ' Psrario ulfluu everlicldintliiscityw51ll)eginPromPt- iy at 7:30 that morning. This'will positively be hold. Be sure and come. MHW! ftPT VHIID TIPIfPT O liU tt ; VJCI IUUK I lLlYE I The Most Elaborate Dinner The Dinner Tickets at 25c entitles you to one dinner and 25 votes on Watch or Locket and Chain. SPECIAL TICKETS entitle you to 100 votes on Watch. If you wish to contest for this prize, write at once to John A. Marshall, Hardinsburg, Ky. ever prepared by any order in this part of the state will be served for the remarkably low price of 25 Cents. Wait until you have eaten and then say if you don't say it is the best dinner ever gotten at any Picnic or Barbecue anywhere. IOW TT F iTIULiLf HI I II lYivL, At 2 'clock P" ra' Tlie committee will pay .$5 cash to the rider who comes out ahead. The owners of the mules must change riders. lace Farmers Bank for the benefit of the tribe, cash $5. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., .$G in cash to the largest family and $ in cash to the second largest family on the picnic grounds at i o'clock p. m., July 4th. B. F. Beard & Co., Merchants, the best hat in their store to the winner in a 100 yard foot race at tho picnic July i, 1911 1:30 p. m. Ttie Following is a List of Tire Prizes: largest number of pies brought to the picnic ground on July 4. T. J, Hook, Miller, 50 pounds of Hour to tho lady who brings the best cake to tho picnic on July 4, 1911. J. W. Teaff, Merchant, two window shades to tho lady who brings the second best cake to tho picnic on July 4, 1911 L. Walker, Baker, $2 to the orphan children of tho tribe. Kincbeloe's Pharmacy, .$2 in cash, the same to be invested in tickets on the dresser, sowing machine and rodker and the prize, if any, to bo given to the prettiest young lady on tho ground at 4:00 o'clock p. in. T. C. Lewis, Jeweler, one solid gold ring to tho prettiest baby on tho picnic ground not over one year old. J. P. Haswell, Sr., & Son, Grocers and Saddlers, for benefit of tho tribe. $1 in cash Hardinsburg Pharmacy, .f2 in cash to the party making the best throw at the doll rack. J. T. Hobcn, Merchant, one suspender set complete to the one making the second best throw at doll rack on July 4, 1911 F. A. Jarboe & Bros., Merchants, one sack of flour for tho J. C. Sills, Groceries and Confectioneries, one box of cigars to tho winners in a mile bicyclo race, and, if more than two enters, the committee will give $1 o the second best in race. J. J. Cody, Photographer, one dozen photographs, cabinet size, to tho prettiest baby between 1 and 2 j'ears old. Ball & Miller, Livery and Sale Barn, $2.50 cash, $1.50 to the oldest lady on the ground; and $1 for the three best cakes brought to the picnic. All prizes will be on display i m There will be Feed and Stable room for your horses at right prices nor STLPHENSP0RT. nor DC nor 3C COrVirVHTTEE 51c)o1ocrD IOE Admission to the grounds free at Picnic grounds. nor c HOE nor ac nor Nineteen candles were burning on the pretty birthday cake of Miss Cecil Dix, when six of our pretty girls, Misses Mrs. John Gardner is in a very criti-ca- f Marcarite Dorsey, Lena Payne, Katie No hope McKaughati, condition with a cancer. Irene McCoy, Esther Payne and Corine Conn, filed into the for her recovery. Mrs. Will Lennon and children, of pretty dining room of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hardinsburg, are guests of her parents, H. Dix Sunday, where they enjoyed a delightful two course noonday meal. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and Miss Dix is a charming young lady and daughter, of Hardinsburg, were guests has a host ot admirers. The writer of her mother, Mrs. M. E. McCubbins wishes her many, many happy returns of the day and may each one be as Sunday. bright as her sweet face is today. Miss Brook Hall, of Union Star, is Mr. Keefer, of Louisville, was the the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. A. guest of Yaudel Sargent, a few days Smith Rev. Shepherd filled his appointment this week. Little Miss Mvrtle Relle Shnllmnn urns at the Baptist church Sunday, the guest of Alice Louis and Sarah Rev John Winchell went to Bewley-vilEliza Dix last week. Saturday to fill his appointment. Mrs. Cass Whitehead, of Louisville, Misses Cecil Dix. Katie B. has returned home after visiting her Esther Payne and Corine sifter, Mrs. J. Winchell, for several Conn were very delightfully entertain days. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dell Roberts is quite ill at this Fella Thursday. I le THE SEASON'S BEST VALUES IN SUMMER WASH MATERIALS GRASS LINEN SUITINGS. Overshot with lavender, blue and black; a most desirable hot weather fabric, ftPp Zuu 27 inches wide, price per yard SILK STRIPED DIMITIES. A broken assortment; tho lot includes pink, light blue, gray and tan shades; sold all tho 4 01ytp XL VHb season at 19c a 'ard; 2? inches wide, now The ideal hot weather fabric, noted for beZEPHYR GINGHAMS. ing very light and dainty; colors ,aro green, blue, black, pink, checks and stripes, 30 inches wide, prico per (Jq EMBROIDERED FIGURED, FLOWERED AND STRIPED variety of patterns to select from, 27 inches wide, per yard DAINTY f I : PATTERNED FIGURED AND UG nn STRIPED VOILES. yard grounds, zi incnes wide, price per CHALLIES. On white 1C PIN DOTTED BATISTE. Almost an endless with dots; white ground with dots; 30 in. wide, yard. . . g(J PERCALE. Best quality, 30 inches wide, all new do- yA signs, price per yard WHITE PERSIAN LAWN. 10 inches wide, very fine qual- i ft f x C ity, surprisingly good for tho prico, per yard Just opened; colors black ground in. r y2u y2 I0G Mrs. M. J. Crosson has returned. to her home in Union Star after several days stay with relatives and friends. Notice THE Out-ol-To- wn Customers: LOUISVILLE, KY. Railroad Fares Rebated in Cash at Our Transfer Desk Until July the First. Public Sale Thursday, June 29 4 Bed Room Suits 1 Dining Room Set Kilchen Utensils 3 Carpets 1 1 1 Miss Sadie Cohen, of Louisville, is here to spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Schopp. Mrs. G. W. Payne spent a few days last week in the country with her brother, Will Dowell and family. Mrs. W. J. Schopp went to Louisville Sunday evening to have some dental work done. STEWART DRY GOODS CO., (incorporated) compelled to pass the kidney secretions too frequently, which was indeed annoying to him. We read of Doan's Kldnoy Pills and deciding to give them a trial, we procured a box. They removed the difficulty entirely and our boy is now in good health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Mllbur- n New York, sole agents for the United AGE NO BAR Everybody In Cloverport Is Eli- Merritt is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Stewart. Mr.ond Mrs. Otis Dowell were initiated in Stephensport Chapter No. 139, O. E. S., Friday evening. Our Chapter is doing nicely, though we would like to see just a little more interest shown in some of our members. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Miss Annie The Importance Little Things. s. Of Cook Stove, gable. Old people stooped with suffering, Middle age, courageously fighting, 1 Range oil stove with oven Royal Cooker 2 Heating Stoves 1 Gas Stove Horse, buggy and harness; Plows, Tools, Etc. 1 Found Dead In His Bed 6 Hogs; Youth protesting impatiently; Children unable to explain; 'All in misery from their kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comes when you catch a cold Or when you strain the back. Many complications follow. States. Remember the name Doan's take no other. and It is a failing of. tho American people as a whole' to be unappreciativo of the importance of tho little things; yet every fortune is made up of many dollar-unitAn account started bore and, kept alive by frequent and regular deposits soon assumes surprisingly great proportions. Wo shall bo pleased to have you on our books as a depositor. We-painterest on TIME DEPOSITS. THE FARMERS BANK, Keeping 'Em Cool The Henderson Route Railway Is doing the. right thing by Us section hands and bridge workers these hot days. Each morning the early train out of Cloverport brings 100 pounds of Ice and they have all the ice water they can drink during the long, hot days. Clarion. On the K. A, OSBORNE Farm near Holt, Ky. UAVt w. iitNKV, Auctioneer; ' Jordan Bolln, age 83, was found dead Urinary disorders, diabetes, Bright's in his bed Sunday morning at his home disease. near Lyonla. A sad coincidence took Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick kid. place at Lyonla Monday. At the same neys. time Rev. Voyles preached the funeral Are endorsed by thousands. of Mr. Doling, Rev. Corley preached Mrs. Ann E, Dltman, 6I9 Crittenden the funeral of the fifteen months old St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "My son, infant of Mr. Edgar Corley Fords-vill- e aged sixteen years, was troubled by Argonaut. weak kidneys for some time. He was :: Hardinsburg, Ky. J. D. SHAW, Cashier. Watch for our New Story It is Fine