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The Breckenridge news: July 5, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911070501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 5, 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. 19 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.IVT (4 8 Pace DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United Stntes Senator, of Crittenden. For Governor, JAMES B. MvCREARV, of MkIIsom, For Lieutenant Governor, H. J. McDGRMOTT, of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS G. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fnyette. For Attorney General, JAMF.S GARNETT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public BARKSDALE HAM LETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, of Waadford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of Franklin. . W Vol. xxxv (VICIOUSLY CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNE5DAV, JULY 5, 1911 Doano and Emma Lou Moorman, of Ulen Deab. Mrs. Nora Board and children, jJqk and Helen, of Irvlngtonr; Mrs! David R. Murray and (laughter, Mildred, of Indianapolis, Indiana. S'o. 52 FUNERAL HELD ATJLEN DEAN Ifrrt INE LEADS WITH Hambleton-Gerb- er. Body Of Guy F Moorman Brought Wm. Preston, of this city, made an Here From Los Angles, Cali With Cloverport and Harains- - assignment last week for the benefit of creditors. His liabilities will reach fornia-Wa- sa Favorite In St. Iwrg People the Last Warm about I7OO His assets consist of a Louis And Leaves Many Good stock of goods, supposed to be worth Days in June. about $100. Mr. Prefton Is endeavorFriendc'. ing to settle satisfactorily with all of Fillow Has Played Havoc Wm. Preston Makes Assignment. BIG SCORE Mr. Charles B. Hambletou of Clover- isrt.and Miss Anna derber of this city 'are united In marriage at the pansn of Rev. O. H. Moss of St. Michiou el's church at 2 : 30 p. m. , yesterday. 5 The attendants were Mr. C. W. Bab- ,ze of Cloverport, and Miss Carrie Arnold, of Owensboro. Immediately atter tne ceremony me redding party repaired to the home of a bride's father. Mr. Frank uerber, here a reception was held and refresh ents partaken of. rlr. and Mrs. Hamblelon left on tne ;ernoon train from Hawesvillo, for a iddimrtrip to Louisville, where they ill spend their honeymoon. They will be at home at Cloverport 'ter an absence of about a week. The bridegroom has a position with :be Henderson Route at the Cloverport ihops, is a clever, Industrious fellow who as many friends. His' bride is the eldest daughter of r. Frank Gerber, of this city, and is a 'most charming woman who has many friends. The Telechone wishes the couple a life fraught with many choice blesdngs Cannelton Tele and unalloyed bliss. phone. Graham--May. Miss Mamie Graham and Mr. Ray- fmoad May had a quiet marriage In the fors of the Sunlight Hotel, In Can- That evening-- they in Monday. e given a handsome entertainment The Mr. and Mrs. Henry Solbrjg. bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Price Graham, and a sister of Mrs. Henry May, while the groom Is the They youngest brother of Mr. May are popular young people' and many friends are extending them congratula- tions. Beard-Graham. The marriage of Miss Margaret Hen- ley Beard and Mr. Lawrence B Gra- - Is an improvement, which if launched eam, of Bowling Green, was soiemnizea under proper auspices and backed by Methodist Episcopal church, the many prosperous farmers along the Mouth, Wednesday morning at eight route, and receiving the hearty co'clock by the pastor, Rev. M. L. Dyer, operation of the business men at both in the presence of a large assembly. terminals should assume definite shape A musical program was given before In a simlliar movement to build a the ceremony. Mrs. Blanche Reld pre- road from Bristol, Tenn., thirty sided at the vocallon. Mrs. Nora Board, thousand men in the state have agreed of Irvlnfton, sang, "O Promise Me" in to do actual work on the road, some of a very impressive manner. them for two days and others for longAt the conclusion 01 me song io me er, under the direction of the commisstrains of Loghengrin's wedding march ion. Seven thousand teams will be tr. M. L. Dyer came irom ms stuay used;ln a distance of only twelve miles Delaney a similar number of both men and A met the ushers. Messrs d Burton, Beard and Skillman who teams would be sufficient. re (allowed by tne maia or nonor, m Lillian Beard, sister of the bride, his creditors, most of whom are Louisville and Evansvllle merchants. V. G. FAMILY ATTENDS FUNERAL. Babbage, the attorney of this city is the assignee. Following Is a letter received from Mr. Holder, regarding Guy F. Moor Prostrated With Heat. n man, who was In this and Richard Vathen was prostrated with Meade counties. St. Louis, Mo., June 30, I9II. heat in Louisville Sunday and Is ill at Miss Louise Babbage: Enclosed find an Infirmary there. Joe Graham was prostrated while firing on his engine clippings from this morning's Republic, Monday and has been brought to his which may be some news to you. Guy home here. Friends wish them both died in Los Angeles, Cal., at tne Highland Park Sanitorum of Injuries recelv rapid recovery. ed from a fall from a street car. Being a Cloverport boy I am sure the Breck-enrldFor Miss Waller. News will care, to know .this. Miss Lula Margaret Severs gave an Guy certainly leaves many good and all day dinner party Sunday for her true friendsin St. Louis, Mo. Success guest, Miss Lillie Mulr Waller, of to the News. Morganfield. The guests were: Misses I am, W. O. Holder. Ree and Martha Willis Miss Heyser and Miss Babbage. Guy F. Moorman, who for ten years bore the reputation of being the hand Family somest man on the St. Louis police It may be of Interest to some of our force, died Wednesday at Los Angeles, readers to learn that there Is to be, a Cal., of injuries received in falling from of the Lander family at Salu a street car, According to word received brla Springs, near Pembroke In Chris by friends yesterday. He went to Los tlan county, July 19tb and 20th. Many Angeles in January because of falling of the old residents will remember health. Nathan Lander, who was among the Moorman was the Beau Bruramel of early settlers of this county He died the Broadway Squad. His uniform in I854. His son, Richard, was sheriff was spotless, his buttons and star were of this county for some years and also highly polished and his tall, athletic represented it in the legislation. Hon, figure won for him the smiles of the fair Frank Lander, of Hawesville, Is a sex. As a further- - attraction, he had a grandson-oNathan, and there are sev five-cardiamond ring. eral related families in this section. Moorman was a model officer, never having been cited to appear before the Police Board. He was a bachelor and GET BUSY his savings he invested in diamonds. AUle4ie-xUd,ao.t.weall of them at the ar same time, he had many and Road From Irvington To Custer changed each day as a diversion. sually Off duty, Moorman wis one of the Can Be Built In A Week- -It most neatly dressed men In the city. He Will Be One Of The Most Im was the envy of the Jonnies who fre portant Roads In The County quent the downtown corners at noon and In the early evening. Get Busy And Bulid It Moorman joined the force in August, 1809, and upon being assigned to duty In these davs of progress and ad in the Central District, he was picked He vancement when things are doing and at once for the Broadway Squad was stationed at Sixth street and Washand being done all over a pike to be constructed on the co- ington avenue, and his dignified, pleas operative plan from Irvington to Custer ant manner won him a host of trlends well-knowge Re-unio- n.. f Shepherd. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy good slngldg and hear soul stirring1 preaching. Services twice dally. Come prepared to sing your self. Mrs H. J. Krebs has returned from Guthrie, where she spent several days with her mother, Mrs. J, P. Kelly. Mrs. Will Bandy, of Redfield, Iowa, vitlted Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penlck last week The Union Meeting has been post poned until Thursday evening, July 13 The tent will be pitched in the school house yard, a place accessible to every one. Miss Iva Bramlet has returned to her home at Owensboro after several weel3 visit to friends and relatives here and at Webster. Mr. and Mrs. C. S Neafus and two children returned Monday from a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno( Childs and other relatives near Guston. G. T. Marshall has sold 31 feet of ground lying on Caroline street, to the Irvington Hdwe. & Implement Co, Consideration not known. The sale which has been going on dt Louis H. Jolly's store for the past two weeks, Is certainly proving a great sue cess. The sale has brought hundreds of people to Irvington and the bargains offered the public exceeded anything On Friday ever seen here before. morning July 7th, the remainder of the stock of goods will be offered at public auction, which will end one of the most successful sales ever conducted in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major and little daughter, Katharine, of Louisville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington, for several weeks. OLLIE M. JAMEd, Phenominal Owensboro Growth Of An Manufacturing Enterprise. n The Mill Co., of Owensboro, Ky., the sole manufacturers of the "Midget" Marvel Self Contained Roller Flour Mill In the United Anglo-America- Mrs. Lucy Hughes and daughter, Marth Ellen, of Seattle, Washington, are the guests of her mother. Mrs. Margaret May. Dr.. Stirman, of Owensboro, and Dr. H.J. Beard were called to see Mrs. Taylor Beard, who Is very ill. Miss Agnes McGltl, of Louisville, Is visiting relatives here. among the shoppers. After ten years of service in that dis trict, his health failed him. He gave up the place on the squad and was sent to a beat in the Fourth District. Later ne was brought back to the Central Dis trict for office work, but his health be came so poor he went West. He ob tained a position with a local paint con cern as a salesman and had the Western rrltory. Moorman's body was taken from Los Angeles to Cloverport, Ky., for burial. He had a brother on the squad, who recently resigned the force. Moonlight Picnic Great Success. IRVINGTON. David Herndon, of Louisville, is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon, Dr. W. B. Taylor has gotten out some cute souvenirs in the shape of fans, which he Is giving away, that are quite pretty and attractive. Dr. Taylor has recently moved here from Hodgensvllle and has located with us as a dentist We are glad to have him in our city and he comes highly recommended as a. splendid dentist. Mrs. W. W. Williams, of Henderson, is expected here this week to spend several days with Mrs. J. R. Wimp. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Henderson have returned to Basin Spring from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Long at George town, Ind. Miss Elizabeth. Crlder left' Saturday a. uuuMUUk ui inn, sum jitaji The bride, clad in a lavender silk, r mother's wedding dress, carrying a utt of white sweet peas and lilies ha vallev. walked to the altar with father, by whom she was given in rHisra. and was met bv the crroam best man, Mr. Wick Follln, of Bow- - Greet). 1 KPia ni&vea nominzi uurincr The string band, Bryant and , imnrfalve eeramnnv. Clark, furnished excellent music. fter' tha castor nronounced them Throughout the evening the nicest of band fiad wife they left the church order prevailed and a goodly number the strains of Mendelssohn's wed- - engaged in waltzes and danced to the rs. a" Union Star, Ky., July 3, 1911. (Special) One of tne grandest events of thb season took place at Union Star Saturday night July 1st., when S. H, Dutschke gave a moonlight picnic in his yard. The grounds were decorated according to the occasion and looked beautiful Indeed. "Our Nation's flag both great and small, waved high above march. fore leaving town nds, Miss tempting music. A nice and whole- the bride threw some supper was set out for the crowd congra-tulated'o- bouquet to a" number of her girls and refreshments of every kind were to n Martha Gardner catching be had. Mr. Dutschke Is to be his ability and success in giving picnics, this being his second ; 17 ne nciau party ten un me this season. The crowd was Immense, lock train, for Louisville where they people coming from several adjoining vue entertained at a six 0 ciock um- - towns and the country. At twelve grounds at tne nome or air. ueorge uurton, o'clock they reluctanty left the their enfor their homes, all expressing of the ushers, From there they go joyment of the evening and begging lnclnnatl, where they will again be Mr, Dutschke to give another picnic ere the season closes. jind Mrs. Graham are at home their many friends at Bowling Mrs. McGovern Found Dead n. guests were: niong the and Mrs. Graham, Messrs Albert ney and Wick Follln, of Bpwllng a. jur. j. c, vv ngni, i r ueiivge n, Misses .gia ueara anu of Louisville. MIms And Mildred Moorman, Daisy n Mar-Maxwe- ll, for Glen Dean where she will visit rela tives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. L. K. May and children have returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Campbellsvllle,Ky , and Ieffersontown, Ind. Everbody come to the meeting. By Son Last Monday Morning What meeting? The Union Revival Mrs. Bridget McGovern,of near Vic- meeting, commencing on Thursday in her room last sight, July 13th la the tent. The Rev. toria, was found-deaMonday morning at nine o'clock by Walt Holcomb, of Nashville, Tenn., herion, William. will do the preaching, assisted" by a Mrs. McGovera was seveaty-ula- e years old. She was a mother of Mrs, Bapjlst Evangelist and a. large chorus choir, under the direction of Rev. Ed Morris, of this elty, Impropriety of a Judge seeking political honors while holding a judicial position. But the editorial and the effort to get the colored vote for Judge O'Rear call attention to the fact that the candidate of the Republican narty for Governor will owe his nomination to the negro vote, and If elected will owe his election to that same vote. There are enough negro voters In tha State to decide auy contest In the Republican party between two men, each of whom is supported by any considerable number of white voters. That Republican for whom the negro, vote goes solidly will be nominated for Governor. There would not be even a contest for the Governorship were it not for the neHARDINSBURG gro vote. No man in the State will Entertain For Bride. claim, no man can believe that there, would be a possibility of the RepubliMisses Nancy and Delia Kincheloe Mrs. C. T. McClanahau was hostess can ticket being elected except because have returned from a visit to Barbours-vlll- e to a dinner given Wednesday evening of the negro vote, added to the minorand Danville. ity of the white votes that th' Repub. in honor of br. and Mrs, Chas. Dr, Allen Kincheloe, Jr., has located (Continued on page 5) at Lake Arthur, N, M, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hart have gone May. to Baskett where they joined a party After a four months visit to relatives for'a ten days fishing rrtp up Green in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Miss Hallie River. Brown has returned Home. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeHaven have son, Alton, and Mrs. Nellie Marshall returned from a visit to Durant, Okla. and daughter, Ruth, returned last Massey and family have Weston week from a visit to relatives and rented Mr. Piles house already furnishfriends at White Mills. ed for two months. Mrs. . D. Pnlfiam, who . has been Jno. P. Haswell has returned to the visiting relativesjrf Louisville, has re Western part of Kentucky. turned home. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis have reThe usual services will be held at the turned from Hartford. First Baptist church In the city with S. H. Scherffins, of Lexington, is the preaching by the pastor, Rer. A. R. guest of Mr. Taylor Beard's family. Shepherd, at 11 a. m. The evening C. B. Miller, who came up to be here service will be short, with special music. at the election and visit friends, has re10 a. m. M HernSunday school at J. don, superintendent. Everyone wel- turned home Miss Mollie Moorman, of Glen Dean, come was In town last week Mr. and Mrs. David Henry arrived 'Bead baking oiccess Is guaranteed Sunday from Chattanooga, Tenn., to be the guest.'t ot his parents, Mr. and If you use the Lewioport BEST Flour." Sold by J. H. Gardner. Mrs, J. L. Henry, for the week. Supt. Andrew Drlskell attended The building owned by Foster Lyons the State Teachers' Association In on Main street and which is being oc Owensboro last week. cupied by Havnes Trent, Is under-goin- g Supt. Drlskell left Sunday to attend repairs and When completed It will be up-t- o date in every respect. the National Teachers' Association In A. B. Suter, of Owenton, and Adam San Francisco. Cooper, of Harrodsburg, were the Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hook and daughguests of friends in this city last week. ter, 'Mary Franklin, are the guests of Mrs. Nora Board has returned to her friends. Miss Neta Beard, of Louisville, spent home after having attended the Beard- Graham wedding In Hardlnsburg Wed Saturday and Sunday with the Misses nesday morning. Gardner. Miss Virginia Head Is visiting Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Beard and sons, Eula Chapel at her country home near Francis and Horace Scott, are the here. guests of relatives. Miss Isabel Gardner went as a deleMrs. Rhodes came down Saturday from a visit to relatives at Medora and gate to Ellzabethtown to attend the Brandenburg. meeting of the Epworth League. Miss Etjiel Meador went to OwensMisses Elsie Baxter and Lillie Neff.of Guston, spent Sunday with Miss Julia boro last week to attend the State Teacher's Association. Lyons. , Tuesday afternoon.June 3O, the halls, The following young people attended corridors and auditorium of the beauti- the boat show at Cloverport Saturday ful Sacred Heard Academy were most night: Misses Mary O'Reilly, Myrtle gorgecbsly decorated in masses of Withers, Kathleen Hoben and Shellie Southern Smllax, cut flowers and state- Pool; Messrsi Cleve Hendrick, Guy-Jolly, Jno. O'Reilly and Willie Hoben. ly palms in honor of the twenty-fourt- h annual commencement exercises of this If you want to save money In buying venerable institution. The occasion Jewelry, call on T, C. Lewls.Jthe old rewas made more impressive by the pre- liable jeweler. sence of the Rev. Bishop Denis Miss NIram WUlett entertained for 0'Donaghue,who conferred crowns and diplomas upon the class of the sweet dinner Sunday, Misses Hallie Brown, girl graduates, among whom Brecken-ridg- e Eliza Squires, Messrs. Wm. Ditto, county Is pleased to recognize Amos Board and Mr. Ashcraft. Miss Mary Nevitt, the charming and Master J. T. Dejarnette was the accomplished young daughter of Mr. visitor of his cousin, Master Wm. Miland Mrs. J no, Nevitt, of Basin Springs. ler Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nevitt has recently returned to Mr and Mrs, Hubert Dejarnette and the beautiful country home of her daughter, spent Sunday ps the guests father and she will be quite a charming addition to the vounger society set of of Mrs. Dennle Miller. Mrs. Emma Eskridge is visiting re Irvington. Is guaranteed latives here, "Bread baktug success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". ' Mr. Ashcraft, of Ekron, was a visit- or in town Sunday. For Dental work see Dr. Walker. Pate and children of Hopklns- ville, are the guests of Mrs. Margaret S A. States, having acquired the patent rights from Mr. A. R. Tattersall, tho Inventor, of London, England, havo met with such success In the sale of their wonderful little mill that they have been compelled to build n larger plant, and they have placed orders for a manufacturing equipment, which will give them one complete mill per day. The Roller Flour Mill has been the dream of milling engineers ever since the roller process came into use some 30 years ago, but every effort at making one has heretofore proven a failure. Tattersall, the English Milling Engineer, however, has proven his in the flour milling world by Inventing the "Midget" Marvel, which has been in use throughout England and continental Europe for the past four years. Its success in this couutry was freely predicted from the start, but not even the most sanguine stockholder of the American Company was prepared for the success with which the mill has met all over this country. The "Midget" Marvel makes It possible for every little village to have its flour mill, and one that makes the best of patent Hour, with the assurance that the owner is making more money in its operation than anything else he could engage in on an equal amount of capital. The Anglo American Mill Co ., are offering a very attractive Bond Issue, which will be found in another part of this paper. Those having money for investment ought to look into this proposition The men behind It are among the best known business men in Owensboro, while the Central Trust Co. , the Trustee for the Bondholders, In one of the strongest banking .Institutions Ja, the state, with over $1,000,000 as&ets. well-kno- THE ONLY HOPE OF REPUBLICAN SUCCESS. The Leader of Thursday contained In conjunction, show the foundation for the only hope the Republicans have of winning an election, One item wa3 headed "Judge O'Rear To Speak At Opera House." Another item, "O'Rear Club of Colored Men H.T. Duncan and H. W. Simmons Will Address Body Tonight." The thlrd.to be read In connection with these two, is an editorial on"Judge O'Rjar's Decision in the Berea College Case." Tho editorial, a specious appeal to the negroes to support Judge o'Rear for tho Republican nomination for Governor, Is conclusive proof that no Judge ought to take part in partisan politics. The spectacle Is presented of a Judge of the highest court in the State, before which must appear those Involved In important litigation, by which must be decided questions of supreme importance, not only to the litigants, but to the people, retaining his position as a member of that court, and appealing to tha voters of the State to support him la his aspirations to be Governor. Speaking for him as his next friend, Tha Leader defends his decision in tha case known as the Berea College Case, in which the Court of Appeals upheld the Day Act, which forbids the education of white and colored persons in the same Institution. We do not criticise that decision. It Is no', a matter of present moment except as it shows the three Items, which read i THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. VIENNA .DEATH NOTICES. They Read Like an Extract From a How To Find Out. Family Hlttory. Fill a bottle or commoti glass with your "Don't die In Vlonnn. You'll bo sor Issued Every Wednesday. uours; ry If you do," writes an American on water anu let it staua twenty-tou- r a brick oust sedi bis first visit to tbnt city, "not ment, orsettlinjr. of the usual objections, but on Hp stringy or milky account of tho death notices In tlid appearance 01 icn papers. They nppcar flanked by nil indicates an un acsorts of nds. and rango In size healthy condi cording to tho desire for notlco on tion or the kidCLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY:5,;i911 neys; too fro- tho part of the family of tho Into laaucnt .desire to mented. Every possible tltlo Is menpass it or nain in t tioned, and tho nnmo of every memSubscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. back are family poos to make up tho tho kidneys also symptoms that tell vou ber of tho the BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and 5 ccntsfor ench ad- notlco. A death announcement black and need and bladder are out of order Ky. attention. bordered and covering half n page of ditional insertion. What To Do, tho paper Is nothing unusual. Hero Is There is comfort in the knowledge so CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of a sample: often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Moving; the great kidney remedy. "'Bruno Weiss, purveyor of lubri- Swamp-Roo- t, 10 cents per lino. cating oil to bis Imperial and royal maj- fulfills almost every wish in correcting OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per lino, money esty,, and his wife, Amalle bom rucumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, y Driving, In their own and In tho names liver, bladder and every part of the urinary in advance. passage. Corrects inability to hold water Otto, children Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please of theirand FIHde Hans, their Minna, and scalding pain in passing it. or bad and Laurn effects following use of liquor, wine or ' y notify us. Military Surgeon Dr. Lois beer, and overcomes that uhpleasant nennd Architect Oskar Jclllnck: cessity of being compelled to go often Common Louise, born through the day, and to get np many their daughters-in-law- , Lime do now is to get in lino for the Lcdcrman, and Marie, born Anspackcr, times during the night. The mild and The thing for Damocrats to immediate effect of Swamp-Ro- ot is ticket. Mr. Vattorson says: "McCreary will not lose a Demo- as also In tho names of their grand- soon realized. It stands the highest be-on for in Ho has children' hero follows n long string of causconts remarkable cratic voto. Ho ought to receive the solid independent vote. names 'and their mother nnd mother-in-la- health restoring propbeen often trioi and never found wanting. Ho is safe, sane and upPrnu Ernestine Winkler, relict erties. If you need a right. The pooplo have always known where to place him. They of Commercial Councilor Anton Wink- medicine you should have the Sold entake no risks aftor nearly a generation in sending him back to Frank- ler, announce to their friends thelong druggistsbest.fifty-ce- by in trance Into eternal rest, after a nn. riswaWiuM. sizes. fort, and thoro they will send him, no matter whom the Republicans nnd seven Illness, of their dearly be- anu You may have a sample bottle sent free And wo agree with Mr. Wittterson. Onto loved son, Arthur, In tho twenty-sixt- h put up against him." by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., year of bis age.' N. Y. Mention this paper and victory should now bo tho battle cry. "This Is correct except ns to the remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the address, Binghamton, gother tho hooKS and eyes tnat may names." New York Tribune. bo required. N. Y., on every bottle. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The Bank of H irdinsburg and Trust Co. was 21 years old tho For the closet, especially in travel first day of July, and the board of directors colebrated tho event by Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scro- ing or visiting, n few safety pins will mnko thomselves very ..useful. .If there Breckenndge Circuit Court, Kentucky. increasing tho dividend rate from 8 per cent, to 10 por cent. In the sula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to . i impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters THE USEFUL SAFETY PIN. are not tapes on sKiria una mere H. A. Oelze, Plaintiff. 21 years of its oxistonco it has earned over and above taxes, expenses Is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes you never nro these days a pin catching Against and losses, $91,500. Of this, it has paid to stockholders in dividends clear-eyeclear-brainboth sides of tho skirt together at each Mary B. It Can Be Employed In Many Way Oelze &c, Defendants. About the Household. side tho front nnd then these pins $74,500, and has in surplus and undivided profits $20,000. A pretty Equity, No. 3341. hairpin Is capable of so caught on two hooks in the closet will Not even a CAMELS OF THE ARABS. good and satisfactory showing. The officers, directors and stopk-holdcBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of many uses outside Its legitimate office do better service than the usunl skirt Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, should bo proud of it as well as its patrons. ' Various Ways the Desert Nomads Use as the safety pin. Like tho hairpin, hanger. rendered at May Term thereof, loll, in the safety pin mny be employed to do the above cause, for the the Animals' Milk. (x. F. Greenwood, near Stephensport, was hero last week and Sprains require, careful treatment. hundred dollars ($600) with sum of six Nearly 00,000 camsls are used In tho what tho needle is supposed always to' interest at said ho had tho finest stand of .tobacco he ever had. "I have only an vilayet of Bagdad as beasts of bur- do on well kept garments fasten but-n Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's u oe.?f 6 P$r cent- - Per annum from davo January, i9H, until pa:d, nnd catch ripped facings. As Liniment freely It will remove the acre and a half," said he, "but it's good.'" The small crops are al- den, and with donkeys they form the tons and only means of carrying goods to in- button fastener on a garment it has soreness and quickly restore the parts offerall coats herein, I shall proceed to for sale at the Court House door in ways good. Pity more tobacco growers can't get this idea of small land points. For a common burden no rival for thoroughness, though it to a healthy condition. Ior sale by All Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at. might not be well to whisper this fact Dealers. acreage and good quality, rather than large acreage and bad quality. camel $30 is n 'fair price, though tho Public Auction, on Monday, the 24th not made the to tho girls day of July, 19H, nt one o'clock p.m., An acre of tobacco well tended on good ground is worlh more than trotters, or swift messenger camels, discovery for who have and tyho are' themselves or thereabout, (being County Court day), are worth more. A young camel can ' two acres poorly tended. MISSED THE KANGAROO. upon a credit of sixaud twelve months, sometimes bo had about Bagdad for apt to find sleight of hand methods In the following described property, mending. as little as $3 or $4. A certain house and lot situated, Wo have a splendid Democratic ticket one of tho best that has Besides Its use for riding and carryBut lu the closet and wardrobe and The Hunter Was After Meat, but Got lying and being in Cloverport, Ky., Instead a Stone. been put up for years. All Democrats and independents can support ing purposes, the Mesopotamia Arabs the workbaskot the safety pin finds And right New South Breckenridge county, situated on Secfor milk. Shoos its In hunter this ticket, and they will do it to with a heart' good will; rolling up depend on tho camel tough, calloused here greatest usefulness. enterprlsiug "Wales 18S0 n fancy insome kangaroo ond street iu said city, and fronting on why does not some took n are made from Its for Second street 100 feet and a mujority in November of 30,000. Let Democrats get busy. hide, nnd In times of famine Its brit- manufacturer bring out safety pins meat, so bo made a trip through the to an ally, and being the running back same property tle, strong tasting flesh Is eaten. Con- that arc fine enough to run through mulga with no companion but his gun. in which Mary B. Oelze resides. Said densed milk, made by boiling fresh small button eyes? For in k;ping He had no need of either guides or property not heiug susceptible of diThe Republicans of this count' will meet in Mass Convention at bush-mavision, same will be sold as a whole. kind apart Hardinsburg next Saturday to select delegates to the State Conven- camel n milk until evaporation leaves buttons of tho sameusual button from dogs, as ho was an experienced The purchaser, with approved surety bag only hard, chalky substance, is the riffraff of the tion which convenes in Louisville next Tuesday to select candidates prized among the desert nomads. By there is nothing Uko a safety vpln The first kangaroo sighted was or securities, must execute bond, bearrubbing this substnnce between tho that is, when the eyes of the buttons wounded by blm, but not badly ing legal interest from the day of sale for tho State offices. until paid, and having hands It reduces to powder, nnd when are not too small to let the pin go enough to disable it. Before he could fect of a judgment. the iorce and efget in another shot It made off through secure payment of Lein retained to warm water it makes n through them. Next week will be a big trading week at Irviugton. Our ad- mixed with purchase money. refreshing drink, highly esteemed Most women have washable waists the salt bush at a terrific pace, but vertising columns tells the story of the many bargains and induce- among the desert folk. "Merecsy," ns and skirts from which the buttons leaving a plain trail in drops of blood, Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. ments offered by the live merchants of that town. It will pay you it is called, will keep in good condition have to be removed when they nro so tho hunter followed as fast as he o??rn0ximaled debt- and cost $812..r.O. for two yenrd. When mndo from but- sent to the laundry, and n mere safety could. LEE WALLS, to visit them. termilk it tastes sour and is prized pin will keep these together nnd save The trail gradually grew fainter as Commissioner. was a safe and sane Fourth; not a gun nor a firecracker was among Arabs who have eaten much the wild excitement of finding that tho wounded nnlmai bled less freely, It of sweet dates. Fresh, warm camel last Itching piles provoke profanity, but Is sure to disappear nnd its pursuer was often obliged to heard. Thoro was no drinking and carousing at any of the gather- milk is also the food of many valua- Just button that at the most exasperating mo- stoop and examine the ground closely profanity won't cure them. Doan's for the trlltalo signs. After several Ointment cures itching, ings held over tho county. Everybody was safo, sane and happy but ble borseg owned by desert sheiks. ment. bleeding orpro-trudin- g Camel calves are weaned in their long, flue safety pins hundred yards had been covered withHalf a dozen awful hot. piles after years of suffering. At eleventh or twelfth month. When a in the workbasket threaded with but- out seeing any more crimson spots the camel caravan Is on the march tho hunter began to think his quarry bad any drug store. The Furmers Bank, of Hardinsburg, makes a good showing in very young camels aro often tied upon tons of various kinds, books and escaped, when he saw a single fleck eyes nnd the like will save trips to their statement printed in another column. They declare a 3 per tho backs of the mother nnlmai, slnco the button bag nnd prevent nervous of red before him. Womanly Wisdom cannot endure the fatigue of a search when one Is in a hurry. Noththey As he bent to look" for more flecks cent, dividend and add $1,000 to their surplus fund. long march. Valuable dogs and Arab ing will take the safety pin's place In tho red changed to an iridescent pale gem stono desert hounds, called "slugeys," also put small traveling sewing receptacle. green, nnd he say it was n what If the Democrats of this county will name a safe and sane man to ride in the same way. Chicago Record-- thesmall pin will take on all the but- that lay before him. Tho kangaroo is Alwaysto be off tilltoday. wrong A done was not bagged, but tho White Cliffs tho county in tho next Legislature we can win in this count' Herald. represent tons ono can possibly need for an ordi- opal fields were discovered. New York Heat your knife before cutting hard nary trip., nod another will bold to- Now. next November. Press. soap. TkntMfc liTf KMiij Truth Mi NtYK SttJKt I C. W. BOttLER MARION WEATNIMtOLT J. W. PATE EIGHT PAGES Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Road, Bridge Work and House Concreting, Pile Hor-sltzk- Rock Work sons-in-la- Kro-blnsk- Building Stone, and ,Fire Brick, and Cement carried in Piling, Lumber, prices stock. Write anything our line. Estimates on Application onc-aou- Bing-hamto- n, . & ed, clear-skinne- rs to-vv- it; n. irest Subscribe Right II S flit ItPil FURNITURE 1311 ONLY $2 cash buys this set of fine solid oak mission style library or living room furniture; and you can pay balance as it suits our convenience. The whole set, large rocker, arm chair, reception chair and handsome library table. Every piece is full size and exactly as pictured. Best grade of chase leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs and rocker. The springs are oil tempered ana sag proof. The rocker is easily worth $7.50; the arm chair $7.00; the table 56.50, and the small chair $4.00 $25.00 in all. Just think of the value when you can get all four pieces for $13.75; only $2 cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. A ROOMFUL OF GOOD most sure to mold, and doesn't right. Try .o pick them dry. Jelly from berries picked wet is al- jell Ppt a few grains of rice In your salt shakers. They will break the lumps, gather the moisture and make the salt come out freely. Glue pieces of felt or pieces of old rubbers to the bottom of the chair legs and there will be no scratched floors and less noise. An emergency glue may be made of rice. Boil a handful of rice in water until It is a thick fine paste. Very good for pasting white paper. In making cake with fruit in it. bepf suet and butter, half and half.is better than all butter. I have known lard and beef suet to give good results. When a ham or smoked tongue has been boiled, try plunging It in cold water as soon as removed from the fire, this will make the skin come ofT easily and smoothly. A handy way to remove nlas ami cakes from a hot oven is to use a com- -, mon shingle. Cut away the thick end Into the .shape of a handle. Bore a hole in it and keep the shingle hanelne ehlnd the stov e. OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN JL XJ 1 INT CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. I TURB TO-DAGo-cart- Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only 313-31- 5 4-Passe- nger Q . . . $Oi TJO COUPON. OUTFITTING 1 QQ CO., Louisville, Ky. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of s"ine of the largest Furniture Factories ill tb e country, and do the largest business in the South. with us; no matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousaudsof regular customers right here at home. To show you bow fuir we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD W. MARKET ST. BENSINGER I clip tliU Coupou from the BRECKENRIDGE CCOVERPORT. NEWS, KY. WE PAY THE FREIGHT thus putting you on exactly the same footing with custo your aud tell us just tomers who come right into our stores. WHITE US Refrigwhat you would like to bin in Furniture, Baby Carriages or erators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full jmrticularsof the wouderfully low prices we can make, aud the easy terms we will be glad to give you, We ABSOLUTELY GUAR-ANTevery article we Bell and nnytning that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the MONHY REFUNDED. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. aud mail IT TO US home fetation; TO-DA- and would like to have full particular as to If you have some work to do In the sun and have no sunbonnet, take a niece of narjer. nin It tnrmtr,,,.. run a string over the top and through' . .. ..! 1 gut. u .114- - .4-w cam. oiuc, anu tie it under the chin. It may rattle a good dwU but may save you a headache. Strincr beans cut with - .1. scissors, on a slant, Instead of straight across. Will COOk mnrn milM.. 11 on u happens to be pressed for time. TU1 um 1 nave tried it ". often, and have found the beans W cook quicker than when broken stral-g-ht across in the twual way.-F- raa. ' LOUISVILLE, KY. Freight Office July Farm Journal. $50,000.00 OF BONDS BEARING The interest payable semi-annually, 8 PER CENT. INTEREST NOW OFFERED FOR SUBSCRIPTION AT PAR. in the bonds payable five years. Issued by the Anglo-an- d American Mill Company, of Owensboro, Ky., The Central Trust Com- - secured by a first mortgage on their buildings and real estate and entire property of every description. pany of Owensboro, Ky., has been appointed Registrar and Trustee for the bondholders. These Bonds will bo issued in denominations of $100 each, with 10 interest coupons of 4 each attached to each $100 bond, one of which coupons will bepayablo on January 20th, and, July 2Cth, during each of tho next 5 years, at tho end of which timo tho principal, $100, will bo paid for each Bond. Theso interest coupons will bo paid at tho times mentioned at tho offices of Tho Central Trust Ca, Owcns- bo ro, Ky. Mill Co., is a Kentucky corporaTho tion, organized in lOlOwith a capital stock of $l00,000r with tho following officers: L. Fit EEM AN" LITTLE, President. W. L. KENO, Secretary and Treasurer. Directors: J.. W. McCULLOCH, President Green River Dist. Co. W. L. RENO, Cashier Central Trust Co. LUCIUS P. LITTLE, of Little & Slack, Attornoys at Law. C. A. ROGERS, President Gunthor Wholesale Grocery Co. L. FREEMAN LITTLE, Late Managing Director of The Alsop Flour Process, Ltd., of London, England. Anglo-America- n , West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas Oklahoma, Michigan and Washington, Each ono of them has proven remarkably successful. Tho demand for the "Midget" Marvel has so exceeded our present manufacturing facilities of one mill per week that we arc compelled to build a larger manufacturing plant that enn keep pace for a time with our incrcasi ng orders. Capacity 25 bbls. per duy of tho best flour; any man can becomoi a miller on one-hatho capital usually required. Our mill will make a barrel of flour cheaper than any other mil in tho world. These mills arc in operation all over tho n United States, Wo have them in the following States: lf Vir-eini- Cut Out Coupon and Mail July To W. L. Reno, Scc'y and Treas., Trust Co., Owensboro, Ky. Anglo-America- n 1911 Mill Co.. Central Pear Sir: I hereby suscribe for (Mention the No. of Bonds Wanted) , Bonds of the par value oi f 100. each, of the $50,000. issue of the Anglo American Mill Co., of which the Central Trust Co is Regiswhich is 2s. cash trar anjl Trustee, and I enclose $ payment on application for each Bond, and I agree to pay a further $25. on each of said Bonds hereby subscribed for on Aug. 20, Sept. 20, and Oct. 2o, I9II, and request you to have these Bonds issued to me in my name cn the date I make my final payment. (Signed) (Address). The Business of the Anglo-America- n Mill Co., is the Manufacture and Sale of Tattersall's English "Midget" Roller Flour Mill. Marvel Self-Containe- d We have purchased the brick building formerly occupied by the Hoagland Buggy Co., in Seven Hills, Owensboro, Ky., with about two acres of ground; we have just let contracts for the very latest improved machinery, and expect to have this new factory in operation by September 1, when we will have a capacity of one complete mill per day. The operation of the "Midget" Marvel Mill is the best money making proposition for the man of small means that has ever been offered. It is the only small mill that can compete with gigantic trust mills. It has been predicted by conservative persons connected with the trade that sooner or later the "Midget" Marvel will eliminate all of the smaller mills throughout the country. We sell our mills on the following terms: $50 cash with the order, $700 cash on shipment, and the balance of $1,000 divided into six equal payments due in 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. months, with 8 per cent, interest. We now propose to give our Bondholders the benefit of this interest we are mill on the market, and the customer either buys of us or not at all. able to secure simply because we have the only Subscriptions for any of these bonds will be accepted until July 20th, or wijl close at an earlier time if same are entirely subscribed. Subscriptions will be entered strictly in rotation in which they are received. We reserve the right to reject any subscriptions. Those subscriptions received after all of the Bonds are subscribed for will be returned. Terms of subscription are as follows: self-containing $25 $25 $25 $25 cash to be sent with the application for each $100 Bond. payable on August 20 on each $100 Bond. payable on Sept. 20 on each $100 Bond. payable on Oct, 20 on each $100 Bond. The first interest coupon on each Bond amounting to $4, will bo paid on Jan. 20, 1912, at the Central Trust Co., Owensboro, Ky. July 20, 1911, and all of those having Bonds allotted to them will bo advised at once by Bondd will be allotted on mail Tho Bonds will be registered and delivered on the This Company will have the privilege of redeeming any of theso Bonds at the end of one year, or at any timo theio-aftewith 30 days' notice, by paying the accrued interest to the next coupon date and $110 r, final payment Oct. 20, or at any earlier timo that the full for each $100 Bond $100 is paid up on any Bond. want to be sure of securing one or more of these Bonds for investment you will have to act at once by cutting out the coupon in this advertisement, filling in the number of Bonds for which you wish to subscribe, and incloss same with $25 cash payment for each Bond you subscribe for, to W. L. Reno, Secretary and Treasurer, at The Central Trust Co., Owensboro, Ky. To intending purchasers of Bonds we will be glad to confirm any of these statements here at our office, show our books, or orders and the general character of our business. Write for our new catalogue, "The Story of a wonderful Flour IVIill," it will interest you. We If you will be glad to send it. Central Trust Building :IX Ttne 1 A -- vrgio-iLmeric- xr 1 A iTiiii TLM-1- 1 vompeiny, Owensboro, Kentucky. I . Organized 1872 ' PRICES0N WHEAT constitutions and cause, Jwensboro Millers and Buyers Will Pay 78 Qents For No. 2 Scale For Grading Fixed And Prices Named Are For Delivery Prior to July 4. the" millers and grain dealers of tenaboro, says tho Enquiror. fixed a schedule of prices to .for tho now crop of wheat, and inges from 78 cents for No. 2 it, for delivery up to and in- ting July 4, down to 70 cents No wheat will bo recoived ruly 4. ie following scale for grading ibe observed: pounds to the bushel, trice. f pounds,ono cent lees. fty-si- x pounds, throo cents less, o pounds,five cents lass. ft) four pounds, no grado. j ft god and smutty wheat to fty-oig- ht ty-sovty-fiv- -- ttfi leas. priaa fixwl for No. 2 wheat pool w bo cents. Quick climatic changes try strong or live months, while the long staple among other woolen materials which the tariff on evils, nasal catarrh, a troublesome the raw materials prevent us from and offensive disease. Sneezing and manufacturing here, wear for years snuffling, coughing and difficult breath-lng- , without becoming unshapely. and the drlp,fdrip of the foul disOf course, we realize that Mr. Undercharge Into the throat all are ended wood is, in rather a delicate position in by Ely's Cream Balm. This honest rem- the matter, because the great steel and edy contains no cocaine, mercury, nor iron producing and manufacturing inother harmful Ingredient. The worst terests of his state (Alabama) require cases yield to treatment in a short time. a high protective tariff on their comAll druggists, 50c. , or mailed by Ely modities, to enable them to Day high Bros. , 56 Warren Street, New York. wages to their unorganized negro. laborers, and the votes of the sheep men are needed to maintain the proBryan Is Right tective systnm; but he should realise that it is better for a protectionist to Of course Mr. Bryan is right in his vindicate his principles by staying at demand for free wool. It is an indefen- home as a republican, than to come to sible outrage upon our ninety millions Congress as a Democrat and there supof people to compel them to pay higher port republican policies. Mr, Underwood's- - retort, that Mr. prices for their short wool and shoddy clothing than the people of England Bryan voted for the Wilson bill conpay for their long wool clothing.merely taining the same wool schedule which Demo, to give a few hundred sheep raisers a he presents,is a ff fllbusters, theoretical increase of profit at their crats, except the expense, on the wool which they pro voted for the Wilson bill on its linal duce in this country. We say theore- passage, as it is to be hoped, all Demotical profit, because, while the sheep crats will vote for the Underwood bill, raisers are enabled to charge higher 6n its final passage, however earnestly prices for their inferior wool, the own- they may, in the meantime, urge the ers f the sheep pastures Increase their amendment of some of its schedules, ground rents to absorb the increase of Again.lt will be well for some of our profit In the wool and the poor deluded, leading Democrats to remember that though 'protected' sheep raisers are as Mr. Bryan has a right to be heard, badly eft as they were before, Sec ides, even fa criticism of the august "ways the start weol clothing stretches and and means aofnaiUt.ee;" and also that Imonet baggy aad ill'Sttlng in four Democratic leaders who seriously dls pro-tari- THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorablo dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 agree with Mr. Bryan's views on the tariff question are likely to find themselves without support or following in the near future Sanfran well-know- n RURAL TELEPHONES! Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Tolegraph Company and bavo hira explain tho special "Farmers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND Cisco Star. Right in your busiest seatou when you have the least time to spare you are most likely to take diarrhoea and lose several days time, unless you have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DkiJ rboett Resaedy at band and take a dote ou the first appearance of the dlsetiw, For sale by All Dealers, TEiEPHONE & TELEGRAPH ttnoorpertd.) COMPANY i r M GO TO BIG CLEAR ANCE SALE All Seasonable Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices Dette of Sale July 10 to 15 CLOTHING You don't want to miss these bargains $1.00 Dress Goods, White Goods, Underwear for Men and Women, Men's Shirts, Men's Hats, Clothing, Shoes, Carpets and Matting at Way-Dow- n Prices. Remember the Date, July 10 to 15, 1911 Underskirt at 90c Underskirt ... at Kirschbaum hand made; guaranteed all wool snit at this sale $17.50 suits A. 13. at $15. suits A TWL-M- i'i fi co was M at S12.50 $10,50 $8.50 Underskirt at 50o Underskirt at 75c 50c Gowns ... at 75c Gowns g at $1.00 Gowns v . , v iLP"' - tl 4. -- pants ... - $7.50 $5.98 3.98 at "$1.00 Princess Slips . at at at 75c 65c 55c 40c 40c 55c 75c 75c Shoes Star Brand Shoes. One lot patent leather, lace and button Patriot Shoes. Shoes worth $4. go ftn nn inthis sale at .. OiUU One lot Men Shoes ftl) "jr worth $3.50 at All Men and Ladies Low Cuts go in this sah at pr atly Reduced Prices. One lot Kid patent tips Oxfords worth $1.50 A4 at Oil One lot low cuts in patent leather and gun metal; lace and strap Oxfords; all late j styles worth $2. go OilU Black Silk Underskirt worth $4.i0 go All colors Silk Underskirt go $2.50 $2.50 J-- gg Men's Odd Pants at $3.50 pants Ladies' White Shirt Waists 2r "ai8,s Low cuts in lace and all sizes worth $2.50 $3. $1,50- - at at at $3. pants $2.50. $2.75 $2.50 $2. !;f..:ai $1.50 Ibhirts $i,oo $1.00 85C at "'l at strap An 75c "40c One lot Quaker Oxfords in lace, strap and button 2.49 worth $3. at Oil pants Men's Shirts 50c Shirts Dress Goods 39C 25c Dotted Swiss Mulls $2. pants iui at $1.50 at $1.00 Shirts at. These are exceedingly nice garments; sure to please at 25c Silk Ginghams at. 20c 15c Lawns .... Miscellaneous Good yard wide Cotton Men's Summer Underwear R1.n Ju . Figured Flaxon at 4 50c Balbriggan Hoosier Cotton 0 Zu at, per ynrd Don't fail to look ovejc my 5 & 10 cent Counter; you will find lots of useful articles for the kitchen. 14 quart granite Dish pans; while they last go 10c at Only one to a customer Good Heavy Broom On Kt and drawer at. shirt 35c 25c Balbriggan and drawer at. shirt at 10c Lawns 20c 7P $2.00 Straw : Best Side Meat j 2 "jg Q m Hat, yacht shape at $L50 Straw Hat at at Men's Straw Hats S1.50 $1.00 Straw at 7ic Lawns at 5c Lawns ... - at Hat fOU at SI. 00 lot men's wool hntsA-- i nn worth $2 and'$1.50 ... 0 1 lUU 1 White Goods 50c Batiste Colored India Head for dresses worth' 15c, go All 10c Ginghams go 10c at 40o Batiste 35c 30c 35c Handkerchief Linen at 25c 30c Muslin Underwear A big lino for you to select 25c Corset Covers at 8c All 12Jc Ginghams go at. 10c at 25c Batiste Handkerchief Linen at at 25c Flaxon white 20o Flaxon white 20c' 20c 15c 10c at 15c Persian Lawn Matting and Carpet 19C 25c Mattings at ZUU lOfl 85c 60c at 50o Corset Covers .. at 1 ...... 15c Carpets worth 25o go at Qfln $1. Linen Sheeting "t at at at 15c India Linen at - 39c 98c $1.25 Underskirt at lot short lengths in 4 Pn' Carpets worth 35c go 2jjn Ob Matting go 10c and worth 15c, 20c, 25c and 30c Carpets worth 40c go at 30c Handkerchief Linen at 50c Handkerchief Linen at 75c 20c India Linen , 40c Reduced Prices on all white goods in proportion. 15c This Sale is Strictly for Cash or Produce. No goods charged to anyone at these Prices ED. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. 4 A Rtliahli RNwhr FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Bain It qulckli ibjorbtd. Slvet Relief It cleanses, soothes, lifftls ftml protects the (linensca mem- - it Once. ill CITIES C, 1911 ANNOUNCEMENTS Irane resulting from awny n Cold In the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taite and Smell. Full size day. CO cts. at Druggists or by mail. Liquid Durward Wroc, Cream Balm for uso In atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Jesse Owen Is here visiting, hit parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Owen. ' Lost Pair Nose Glasses; return to James Tasue and receive reward. Misses Audrey and Bertha Perkins spent the 4th of July In Hawesvillc. Will Downier spirit Sunt ay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Downier. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. English, of Am Catarrh and drhw mons, returned from Long Branch Mon of Mrs, H.V. Duncan Mr.and Mrs. ). 11, Kowland, spent Sunday In Hardin Grove, Ind., with the Misses Wheeler. Mrs Glen Hardaway gave a delightful hnyrlde out to the Tar Springs lest Friday to the members of the Younger Rcady-to-Serv- e For Sale Sweet Patatoc Plants COU HALE Sweet Ilotatoe l'limts C. P. HnltbiiKe, CloTerport, Set. 'Mrs. Mollle Dyer, Forrest Connor, and Mrs. Mattingly, of Owensboro, attended the funeral of the Infant of Mr. and Mrs Connor. The "Mary Jane," all decorated up for the occasion, also took a large party down the river, and the guests visited the picnic. Miss Lucy McGavock and nelco, Miss Virginia McGavock,camc In Sun day and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Lion McGavock. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hardaway and child en, Aliene and William, attended the funeral of his mother, Mrs. T. P. Kj, Table Supplies For Luncheon or an Outing Irvlngton, went relat- to Hacsvllle Monday to visit NEW CP GENERAL OFFICE3 YOK H AND CHICAGO AICHTS LI TIJG PRINCIPAL ives, A number of youog people went to Toblnsport last Thursday night to the dance. Miss LIUie Mulr Waller, of Morgan Meld, is the guest of Miss Lula M. Severs. Wm. B. Smith, of Louisville, is here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Frank For Sale Cottage. COK HAfiE t'lvc-roocottntre; fine simile, e. wood cellwr, r od elf.crn. lwrn, poultryt yard, pood well of wutcr In Pint-iplace In town to raise poulbum lou try. Oooa p iituro for cow, Iiom and horse. O me and take a look buying wliero Ttioi Smith, Stcphensport, Ky. elw hen-lious- For Sale. poit SAI.B TrnctlnnIt EnRlncs. Onn 10 It. 1'. rnck undone 10 l Ciiuir, feott.IIotb In Rood condition, arid will behold at low prices on term. Addrts Simun Thotniis, lliivrcivllle. Ky. For Sale poll PALE A Gin hinrlne; T5he Breckenridge News. Carter. Miss Nelia MntHngly has leturued front a several weeks visit to relntives In WEDNESDAY, JULY RTES FOR POLITICAL Klrk. Mrs. Shelman and Miss Dutschke, of Holt, attended the picnic at Lodiburg . Tuesday. Mrs. II. L. Stader is in Louisville $ 2. CO with her sister, Mrs. A. B. Mulr, who For Precinct nnd city Offices $5.00 Is quiet ill. For County Offices For State and District Offices... .$ 15.00 All Contracts, Deeds and Mortage; 10 carefully executed. V. G. Babbage, .. For Calls, per line .10 Notary Public. For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interMrs. Sallie Moorman, of Louisville est o( individuals or expression and Mrs, J. C. Jarboe, spent the Fourth 10 of individual viewB per line in Hawesvillc. Thos. De La Hunt, of Cannelton,was the guest of Wallace Weatherholt, at Toblnsport Friday. ' Mrs, C. S. Lamb and children, of LOCAL BREVITIES Rockport, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tate. Mrs. A. H. Murray hns returned from John Jarboe was in Owensboro Tues- a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Crary in Cincinnati. day. James Younger and daughter, TuesMiss Lucy Hall went to Holt and Mrs. Lucy Younger went to day. , was here last West Point Sunday. Harry Weatherholt Mrs.Wlcklift'e DeHaven has leturned week. parents, Mr. and The Masons Barbecue will' be held from a visit to her Mrs. Bonner, of Texas. August 10. Dr. R. D. Moormar., of Aurora, 111., Lafe Beheu, who has been il, is little has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Joe improved. C. Mattingly, of Glen Dean. Mrs. John Weisenberg spent Sunday Miss Mabel Hoskins, of Glen Dean, in Addison. went to Lewlsport Monday to visit her Mrs. Kite Ditzeubach spent last week sister, Mrs. Walker Brown. in Louisville. Fred and Artls Adams, of Louisville Wm. McCracken is at home from are here the guests of their grandLouisville this week. mother, Mrs. Nannie Ferry. C. T. McClanahan, os St. Louis, is M'sses Julia and Katherine Wroe, here visiting his family. Beatrice McCracken, and Hazel Holder Mrs. Jmes Tague, after a lengthy spent Tuesday in Hawesvillc illness, is convalescent. Mrs. Martin, of Louisville and Mrs. Amil Nolte went to Louisville Mon- Rice, of Greenville, are the guests of day to spend the Fourth. their sister, Mis, Jno,- A. Barry. Colin S. Miller, of Owensboro, has Misses Celestine, Anna, and Zuellen been visiting Allen Pierce. Cody, of Uuiontown, are the guests of E. S. Smith, Jr , of Hodfensville, is their sister, Mrs. Roy Mattingly. the guest of Dr. H. J. Boone. Miss Florence Lewis chaperoned a Mrs. l'aunie Toueey, of Louisville, is party of little ones at a picnic last Sunday in Breckinridge Addition. the guest of Mrs. Phil Kramer. Mrs. Carl Dowuard, of Louisville, and Henry Schempler, of Louisville Chas. Mrs. Henry Uuverzacht, of Henderson, Is the guest of Dwight Randall. M. Weatherholt and son, Forrest are the guests of Mrs. Ben Ridgeway. Hal Murray, of Hardinsburg and V spent the Fourth in Louisville. Hawes-vill- e Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones, of Lewis-por- G Babbage, of this clty,were iu Monday attending Circuit Court. are guests of Mrs. Clint Reid. Eu-dot- Hardaway last Tuesday. Mr, Joe Couty and Mrs. Cooper, of For Sale Owensboro; Misses Manic Witt and poll lortRRes nd all kinds or it'Rm blanks. lireckunrldRo Nuws, Mary Uoth, of Cincinnati, are the Clovcrport. Ky. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McCracken. For Sale Scholarship Mrs. Joe Fitch attended the picnic poll In the IlowllnR Green University, at Lodiburg Tuesday. She says it mcni oi nun university,pood In any de. art urecKenriURCaws, was the nicest affair she ever attend- viioverpori, ivy. ed; good, sober, sane crowd and plenty to eat and drink. For summer diarrhoea in children alSALE-I)eas. SALE-Seholnr- jhlp liore power stationery wntklns nvike. in Rood Ilruckinrldpe News.. C ovcrport, Ky, I& Deviled Ham, Corned Beef, Pork and Beans, Luncheon Sausage, Vienna Sausage, Salmon, Veal Loaf, Sardines, Olives plain and stuffed, Pickles, Peanut Butter, Shrimps, Pineapple, Peaches, Apricots, Green guage Plums, Candy, Crakers, Cakes, Bread, Cigars, Bananas, Lemons, Oranees. Take some of the above with you for a day's outing ways give CliamberlHin's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Uemedy and castor oil, and a sptedy cure is certain. For Bale by All Dealers. Thos. R. Blythe, of Irvlngton, came He down Saturday to visit relatives. was met at the depot by the Hardin brothers in their machine, and Tom enjoyed the first auto ride. He is not talking machine to everbody. Among t.iose who attended the Fourth We may not be your nearest druggist, but we try to come the J. 1 C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. a, t, of July celebration were: Misses Katherine Moorman. Ray Heyser, Anne Jarboe, Frank Moorman, Milton and Barney Squires, John and Clyde Hall, Willie Wroe, Virgil Bowlds, Jim Moorman, David Allen, Courtney Babbage, Jr., Chadwick McCracken, Joseph, Marcus, and Forrest Miller, Frank Noble, and Andrew Ashby and Susetle Sawyer,and Francis Sawyer; Carrol Tague and Jane Smith, Cabin, the blind emblem of allegiance and Ella Smith; S. H. McCracken, W. to the Republican party on the paJt of M. McCracken, A. B. Skillman, S.J. the negroes, Mr. Duncan nor any other would seek the Republican nomination Brown and Wm. Sanders. for Mayor. The overwhelming major ity of the white people of Lexington The Only Hope Of are Democrats. The only possibility of Republicans carrying Lexington, Republican Success the or the State of Kentucky; is based uplican candidate may receive. The ed- on their receiving the solid negro vote, itor of the Leader, the next friend of because of the worship, blind and unJudge 0'Rear,candldate for the Repub- reasoning, by the voters of that race lican nomination for Governor, appeals for the Log Cabin. ( to the negroes in an editorial, explainWe point out these facts at this time ing and justifying h'is decision in' the In the race for State oflices because of Berea College Case. Mr.H.T. Duncan, the juxtaposition of the three items In the only announced candldato for the The Leader, the announcement of Republican nomination for Mayor of Judge O'Rear's appearance at the Lexington, appears before the colored Opera House, the announcement of the O'Rear Club to appeal for the support speech of H. T. Duncan, Jr., before of the colored men for thecandidate the Colored O'Rear Club, or the O'Rear Colored Club, we have forgothe favors. ten which, and The It is as true in the contest for city Leader on the the editorial in case. Berea College as for State offices, even more strik- Future developments in the canvass ingly true, that the only possibility of both for governor and for Mayor will further success for the Republican city ticket cast of forces ght upon the combination which these items emIs based upon the negro vote. Were phasized. Lexington Herald. it not for the negro vote, for the hope and belief that by being under the Log at Hawesyllle nearest pleasing you GIBSON & SON Lumber Wo aim to maintain the "Wc Plaster are headquarters for the best grade of plaster See us manufactured. before you buy. We also wanto talk to you on the subject of best assorted stock of thoroughly seasoned, correctly graded lumber that can be obtained. Our stock of Lath WEST POINT BRICK WEST POINT, k LUMBER CO, Lime KENTUCKY has been carefully selected and wo know that you will be highly pleased if you place your order with us. We also We can give you some good "pointers" on that score and will be glad to doJt. us. Come in and gee carry a line stock of clear Red Cedar We sell only the best and most popular brands of Shingles Cement 1 THROW OUTTHE LINE Statement of Condition of Give The Kidneys Help And Many People Will Be Happier. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Hardinsburg, Ky., Co., at the close of business June 30, 1911. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills Cash inSale and Cash Items Cash in Other Banks Stocks and Bonds Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures . $251,838.76 16,975.13 47,908.03 "Throw Out the Life Line" The klfqej s need help. They've overworked can't get the poison filtered out of the blood. They're getting worse every minute. Will you help them?Doan's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney suffer rs back from the verge of despair. Read this case: Mrs. Lotus Hoover, Eighth St , Can-nelto- into HOH' 1.1 Ind. , says: In Total .... i 6,051.74 1,800.00 1,834.29. . 400.00 $326,807.95 $ 50,000.00 LIABILITIES. . . praise of Doan's Kidney Pills, for I have taken them with success and other members of my iamlly have also profited through their use. My kidneys were disordered for a long time before I knew exactly what ailed me. My limbs were stiff and sore and I had sharp pains across the small of my back. I also suffered from headaches and dizzy spells. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recom mended by local people who had taken them, I was finally led to begin their use. The contents of three boxes completely cured me. " Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United "I cannot say too much r Resources . THEY MADE THE THEIR START ANSWER IS HIE SAME AN OPPORTUNITY IMPROI'ED II I Til A LITTLE READY CASli: YOU'LL DE READY IIHEN THE CHANCE COMLS IF rOU HAl'E A SAPINGS ACCOVST HERE START SAWING NOW AND YOU'LL FIND IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE rOUK OPPORTUNITY. SUCCESSFUL 11 BANK OF CLOVERPORT "3 150, FARMERS BANK Hardinsburg, Ky. At the close of business! Juno i Statement of the Condition of the 1911 Capital Stock Paid in Surplus Fund . Undivided Profits 5 Dividend No. 42, Due Depositors V; per cent ' j . . ? 17,500.00 3,294.31 2,500.00 253,513.64 States. Remember the name take no other. GAVE BOAT PARTY MONDAY Doan's and AFTERNOON $80,242 40' Bills discounted 3,280 UO Stocks and Bonds Cash and due from 12,504 23 Banks 434 55 Real Estato Banking houso and 1,000 00 lot Furniture and Fix875 00 tures 175 25 Overdrafts . Capital stock Surplus Undivided Profits Duo other banks Total ... Liabilities .... $15,000 00 7.Q0O 00 53 02 410 53 $98,511 43 ! Total Very respectfully, $326,807.95 M. H. BEARD, Cashier. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Randall gave a delightful boat party last Monday In honor of Charles Henry Schempler, of Louisville, who is the guest of Dwjght Randall. The Misses Plank gave & boat part on the same afternoon 'and the two parties went to .the "Rocks" where they had supper. ' Total.... $98,511 43 "Wo present the above statertont and solicit your patronage; a dividend of 8 per cent placed to stockholder' credit and $1,000 added to surplus out of the earnings the Inst six months. Very respectfully, JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN Bjr Whispering Are You r A Woman 0 run" tr oir. mm cflftwm ling Rvrself to fa fair tlmt prwtai ate a traitor to this synbet. I sfomfci I sec that ring Haaln. nbenld And It In a letter filled wftb hitter words. I would not think of It or of them now. I would try to lfrn how she had d thin art, whether by poison or It must have been by poison. No other means would - suggest then-solve- s to one of her refined sense. But if so wby those marks on. ber neck, growing darker and darker as hf up oem-mltte- DR. . HL rm J. fe Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: S to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist tut Clavcrpert, Ky. Copyrlnht, 1919. Anna Ktthtrin Rohlf Pines I stared at them? Marion Weatherholt, PROLOGUE English detective stories have their waxing and their waning in public favor; their American imitations hold the readers' attention for a time; French and German acuteness in the devising of original plots engage our interest until the tales of newer idc'aroldbuJ Anna liking. the now rapidly advancing storm camo whirling In. biting my checks and stinging my forehead. Unco inside 1 stopped short, possibly to listen again, possibly to assure myself as to what 1 had best do next Not a The silence was profound. sound disturbed the great, empty building. My own footfall as f stirred Seemed to wakejexjraordlnary echoes. 1 had moved but T few steps, yet to Kath- - my heightened senses the noise seemed Tou'd "enough to wake tbjjdeiuL Jn stlnctlvely I stopped' and stood stock silence tion of moVeTSentT-darkn-ess, Yet not quite absolute everywhere.. darkness. As my eyes grew accustomed to tbo place 1 found It possible to discern the outlines of the windows and locate the stairs and the arches where tho side halls opened. I was even able to pick out the exact spot where the great antlers spread themselves above the bat rack, and presently the rack Itself came into view, with its row of empty pegs, yesterday so full, today quite empty. That rack interested me. I hardly knew why, and regardless ot the noise 1 mado I crossed over to It and ran my hand along the wall underneath. The result was startling. A man's coat and hat hung from one ot the pegs. Would this hat and coat identify the intruder? I would 'strike a light and see. But this Involved difficulties. The gas had been turned off that very morning, and I had no matches In my pocket. But I remembered where they I had seen them could be found. when 1 passed through the kitchen earlier In the day. 1 began to move that way and presently came creeping back with a matchbox half full ot matches In my hand. But I did not strike one then. I bad just made n move to do so when the unmistakable sound of n door opening somewhere In the house made me draw back Into as quiet and dark a place as 1 could fiua. This lay in the fMlit Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 My senses reeled as I scrutinized those marks. Small, delicate, but deadly, they stared upon me from cither side of ber white neck till nature could endure no more, and I tottered back ognlnst the farther wall, beholding no longer room nor lounge nor recumbent body, but a young girl's exquisite face, set In lines which belled her seventeen years and mnde futile any attempt on my part at self deception wheu my reason Inexorably demanded nn explanation of tbls death. As suicide It was comprehensible, as murder not, unless And It bad been murder! I sank to the floor as I fully real ized this. - Notary Public Cioverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' cxpciienco in tho execution of To be continued Never leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is almost certain to be needed and cannot be obtaintd when on board the cars or steamships. For sale by All Dealers, Something Blind. wosjiu answering cessa- In the writing of stories with originality of plot, skillful depiction of character, interest of incident, intricacy of mystery and boldness of denouement no foreign novelist can hope to com- imbfJcan They know permanent rivals Deeds, Mortgages, Contracts and other legal pete for American favor with this American woman writer. Read "The House of the Whispering Pines," a story of love and crime and mystery, told in her best vein. We warrant it to be one of her best and therefore one of the world's best. CHAPTER THE UESITATINO I. BTEP. rode hish. but clouds were rushing It clouds heatfy with snow, l wnt died these clouds as I drove recklessly, desperately 1 had Jusc over the winter roads. missed the desire of tny life, the one precious treasure which I coveted with my whole undisciplined heart, and. not beln what you call a man of self restraint, 1 was chafed by my defeat far beyond the bounds 1 have usually set for myself. I rode on. hardly conscious of my course, till the rapid recurrence of several well known landmarks warned me that I had taken the longest route home and that in another moment 1 6bouId be skirting the grounds of the Whispering Pines, our couutry clubhouse. The season was over and the clubhouse closed, and when, the great stack of chimneys coming suddenly Into view against the broad disk of the still unclouded moon, 1 perceived n thin trail of smoke soaring up from their midst 1 realized with a shock that there should be no such sign of life in a bouse 1 myself bad closed, locked and barred that very day. I was the president of the club and felt responsible. 1 turned in at the lower gateway. For reasons which 1 need not now state there were no bells attached to my cutter, and consequently my approach was noiseless. I was careful tbnt it should be so; also careful to stop short of the front door and leave my horse and sleigh in the black depths of the pine grove, pressing up to the walls on either side. I was sure that all was not as it should be inside these walls. Our clubhouse stands, as It may bo necessary to remind you. on a knoll thickly wooded with tho ancient trees 1 have mentioned. These trees all pines and of n growth unusual and of an aspect well nigh hoary extend only to the rear end of jhe house, where n wide stretch of gently undulating ground opens at once upon tho eye. suggesting to all lovers of golf tho admirable use to which It is put from early spring to latest fall. Now links as well as parterres and driveways were lying under an even blanket of winter snow. No other building stood with a half mile In any THE moon dlrectiou. 1 felt the Isolation as stepped from the edge of the trees and prepared to cross tho few feet of open space leading to tho main door. In some moods I should hare paused had thought, twice before attempting the door, behind which In the dark lurked the un known with Its naturally accompany- ling suggestion of peril. Out rage and (disappointment, working hotly within rne, had left no space for fear. Rather rejoicing In the doubtfulness of the adventure. I pushed my way over the snow until my feet struck the steps. Uere Instinct caused me to stop aud glanco quickly up and down tho building either way. Not n gleam of light met my eye from the smallest scintillating pane. Was the houso as soundless as it was dark? I listened, but'heard nothing. I listened again and still heard nothing. Then 1 proceeded boldly up the steps and laid my band on the door. It was unlatched aud yielded to my touch. Light or no light, sound or no Bound, there was some ono within. The Are which bad sent Its attenuated streak of smoke up Into the moonlit air was burning yet on one of the easy hearths within. I proceeded to ster and close the doer carefully me. As I did so I cast an lnvol vatary glance witiowt The sky was teky, aai p few waWteria lakes of 1 be-bin- d a ladles' dressing room some smolderof me. and I beard her groping about ing nshes on tlx- - hearth, n lounge plied "I Am Blind." A very kind old genthen give a suddeu spring toward up with cushions, but no person. The tleman, who had been in the habit of the front door, it opened, uud tho sound I had heard had not issued from dropping a penny into tho beggar's wind soughed In. I felt the chill ot thl room, yet something withheld mo hat, passed rapidly ono morning withsnow upon my face and realized tho from seeking further. I paused Just In- out doing so. Instantly the beggar tempest. Then ull was quiet and side the door and when the match rushed after him and asked for tbo dark again. She had slid quickly out, went out In my hand remained shiver- penny to bo given, ns usual. Thu genand tho door had swung to behind ing there In the darkness, a prey to. tleman, turning In surprise, said: "Why. I thought you were blind?" her. sensations more nearly approaching "Oh. no. sir!" was the cool reply. Another instant and I heard the those ot fear than any I had ever be'It is the dog that is blind, as the key as it turned In the fore experienced In my wjmje lifb. click of the card says." lock, beard It and made no outcry, Why did not know. There seemed sucb the spclh such tbe bewilderment, to be no reason for this excess of Happiest Olrl In Lincoln. of my faculties! Then I felt all lesser feeling. I had no dread of attack. My emotions give way to an anxiety apprehension was of another sort A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I Lad which demaoded Immediate action, for Besides, any attack here must come been ailing for some time with chronic wraps from the rear from the open doortbe girl bad gone out without or covering for her head, and my ex- way in which I stood and my dread constipation and stomach trouble. I perience of tbe evening bad told mo lay before me. In tbe room Itself, began taking Chamberlain's Stomach bow cold It was. 1 must follow and which, as have already said, ap- and Liver Tablets and in three days I find her nun rescuo her if possible peared to be totally empty. I had for- was able to be up and got better right from tbe snow. gotten the Intruder. Tho interest which along. I am tbe proudest girl in LinThrowing myself against tbe door. I had carried me thus far bad become coln to find such a good medicine.'' shook It violently. It was Immovable. lost In a fresher one of which the be- For sale by All Dealers. right ot the staircase, I rear and at the Then l uew to the wmaows. aneir ginning and ending lay hidden within and as the sound had appeared to fastenings yielded readily enough, but I now stared upon., uncome from above It was the most nat not tbe windows themselves. One bad the four wnlls seeing. Not to see and yet to feel-d- id CIVILIANS ARE PROBING a good ural retreat that offered. And a broken cord, another seemed gjued that make tho horror? If so anTHE UNITED STATES NAVY. one I found It. to its frame, and I was still struggling help me out 1 had hardly taken up my stand with tbe latter when I heard a sound other lighted match must thought was I struck one while the when the darkness above gave way to which lifted the hair on my head again took a look, Three Engineers Will Suggest Moro a faint glimmer and a step became and turned my whole nttentlon back hot within me and room. Eft'cient Administration. audible coming from some one of the to what lay behind and above me. nt I the noted hut one thing new. but that many small rooms In the second story, There was still some one in the bouse. I was halfback made me but slowly and with evident hesita- To find Carmel Cumberland alono In way Into reel hall. till Then a certain The United States navy is in the the tion. this desolation was n mystifying dis- dogged persistency I possess came to hands of three Philadelphia civilians Tho light steadily Increased with covery to which I bad found it hard my rescue, and I the room after April 1 for an Indefinite period. each lagging but surely advancing enough to reconcile myself. But Car- nt a leap and stood before the lounge These three men tiro to go through tho paused, mel here in company with an .unstep. Then the uncertain step and Its pile or cushions. They were navy department in every detail and and a sob came faintly to my ears, known another at tho very moment numerous nil that the room wrung from lips stiff with human when I had expected the fruition of more. Chairs had been placo Its administration on a more effand anguish. Tho sound of tbo sigh my own Joy nh. that was to open stripped, window seats denuded and icient nnd economic basis. struck shudderlngly on my ear. fol- hell's door In my breast, a possibility n Charles Day of Dodge & Day, whole collection disposed here In lowed by the renewal of tho step and too Intolerable to remain unsettled the Emerson of tho Emerson Enii set way which struck me as unthe almost immediate appearance on for an instant gineering company and II. L. Gantt, natural. the stairs of a beautiful young girl of Leaving tbe window. I groped my Hut nt tbls point my second matcb three of the leading efficiency engineers seventeen holding a candle in one way along tbe wall until I reached out. of the United Stdtes, are the men. band and shielding her left cheek the rack where the man's coat and went Thoroughly roused now lyou will The investigation of the manner in with the other. Nothing now hung bat had hung. ay by wbat?t. I felt my way out of which the navy is being conducted, of Nothing could have prepared me from the rack. The wall was free for an encounter with this woman from end to end. She bad taken the room and to the head of the stair- the work done in navy yards and tho anywhere that night after what bad these, articles of male apparel with case. I remembered the candle and general system of operation is the outber; she had not gone forth into tbo candlestick I had beard thrown down come of the declaration of Attorney Brandels, one of the chief counsel repon the lower floor by Carmel Cumberdriving snow unprotected, but I did not know what to think. Tho land. 1 would secure them nnd come resenting the shippers during the regroping she had done had been in back and settle these uncanny doubts. cent railroad rate hearings. Ho dethis direction. She was searching for I bad a hunt for tbe candlestick and clared then that there is no need of this bat and coat (a man's bat. a n still longer one for the candle, but nn Increase in rates, saying that any derby, as I had been careful to as- finally 1 recovered both and. lighting railroad could make its system pay sure myself at tbe first handling), and tbe latter, felt myself for tbe first with more efficient and economical management. in them she had gone home as she time more 'or less master of tho situaThis statement aroused the governhad probably come, and there was no tion. Rapidly regaining tho room in which ment, and Immedinfely steps were takman In tbe case, or If there were Tho doubt drove me to tho staircase. ray Interest was now centred, I set en to investigate the navy and, if posI began my wary ascent. 1 bad not the candlestick down on tho dresser sible, place it on a moro efficient workiw w tho slightest fear. 1 was too full of nnd approached the lounge. Hardly ng" basis. The government selected knowing what I feared or what I ex- the Philndelphinns for tho work becold rage tor that TOUNO. OIRI. SHIELDING A BEAUTIFOIi Tbo arrangement of rooms on the pected to And. J tore off ouo of tho cause of the character of their experiHER LEFT CHEEK. second floor was well known to me. cushions and flung It behind mo. ence. They will go to sea Avltli the passed between us aud tbo wreck I understood every nook and corner More cushions were revealed, but that big "battleships and see how they are manipulated They will learn how tho shu bad made of my life. But here, and could tltid my way about tbo was not all. Escaping from the edge of one of men flic tho engines nnd try to note in a placo so remote and desolate 1 whole place without a light 1 took waste nnd luetUcieney. Utter they bad hesitated to enter it myself, but ono precaution, that or slipping off them I saw a shiny tress of woman's what was 1 to think? How was 1 my shoes at tbe foot of tbe stairs. I hair. I gave a gasp and pulled off will return to tho nuvy yards and beThen I fell on my gin their work of Investigating there. to reconcile so inconceivable a fact wished to surprise the intruder. 1 was moro cushions. Each of the three men will have so with what I knew of her in the past, willing to resort to any expedient to knees, struck down by tbo greatest with what 1 hoped from her In the accomplish this. Tbe matches 1 car- horror which a man can feel. Death many yards to investigate and report future? ries in my pocket would mako this lay before me violent uncalled for upon, and in every detail they will work separately. It was evident that some grisly fear, possible if once 1 beard him breathing. death and the victim was a worann. Dead It was she she Indued. come staring horror, bud met her In I held my own breath as 1 stole softly this strange retreat. Simple griof up and waited for an Instant ac tho Adelaide, tbe woman I bad planned to Stops earache in two minutes; toothspeaks with u different language from top of tbe stairs to listen. There was wrong tbnt very night and who had ache or pain of burn or scald in five that which 1 read in bcr distorted an awesome silence everywhere, and thus wronged mel For a moment I minutes; hoarseness, one hourr nmele-achfeatures and tottering, slowly creep- I was hesitating whether to attack tbo could take In nothing but tbls ouo two hour?; sore throat, twelve ing form. What bad happened above? front rooms tlrst or to follow up a astounding fact; then tbe bow and me to run upon certain narrow ball leading to a rear wby woke In maddening curiosity hours Dr. Thomas' Klectric Oil, monShe had escaped arch over pain, what? My llpn refused to ask, my staircase when 1 remembered the thin within me. But beyond the ever accusing, prolimbs refused to move, and If I line of smoke which, rising from ono breathed at all 1 did so with such of tho chimneys, had tlrst attracted tuberant stare those features told Drawn Glass. fierceness of restraint that her eyes my attention to tbo bouse, in that nothing, and, steeling myself to tbe On account of its great strength situation, I made wbat observation I never turned my way, not even when was my clew. drawn glass is used for many she bad reached the lowest step and I knew that there was but one room could of her condition and tbe surIt withstands sudden changes paused for u moment there, oscillaton tbls floor where a fire could bo lit rounding circumstances, for (his was of, temperature, resists firo to a great ing In pain or uncertainty. Ber face It lay a few feet beyond me down the my betrothed wife. Whatever my 1 however far my love bad extent and is very strong. was turned more fully toward me. narrow ball have just mentioned, and 1 bad just begun to discern Wby bad 1 trusted everything to my strayed under the spell cast over" me "Oh, Ye of Little Faith!" something in It besides Its tragic ears when my nose would bave been by her slater the youug girl who bad Anxious Customer Are you suro that passed out Adelaide and I bad beauty when she made a quick move a better guide? As 1 took tbe few just you have steps necessary a slight smell of smoke been engaged for many months. Our Druggist that I medicine mixed right? and blew out the candle she held. No, am not. but I've got It there mine a crash, followed became very perceptible, and, no longer wedding day was evea set Then was all over new eaded, nixed tbe way the doctor ordered It. Bat that by the sound of flying feet She bad In doubt of my course. I pushed boldly Tudge's Library. flung the candlestick out ot her baud oa and, entering the' half opea door, as ber life was eaded. sud4ely, aad by m ttrek 9t and was burriedly crossing tbe balL struck a mates and peered aaxlevely Virtu U wt toft to stand alone. He God, Ives tbe jewel oa ber lager I thought Rhe was coming my way a best toa RfaattoM k wH aav aelcbbers. and instinctively drew back against Were Just as everywhere was 0mm. tbe takes of ear bitwtbal nfitlsess the wall. But she stopped tar sfcert a, tew efcalr. a dresser It was Sata was to be expect 4.' Mm wmM -- CeafMta. In ono of the crowded streets of Now York n beggar was in the habit of taking his stand every day nnd to tho charity of tho passers-by- . By means of a short string ho hold n dog, nrouud the neck of which a card wan fastenpd with tho words, documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class Livery, Feed -- AND- i Sale Stable Tho Traveling Mens' Choice Located near Depot 1 Stephensport, :: Ky. Live Horses, New Rigs Trunk Wagon per day Horse and Buggy .. . " .$2 50 1 50 con-tnln- Allen R. Lewis .Proprietor Ilar-rlngto- BALL & MILLER and Sale Livery, Feed Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky czioirz)oliooaop WOOL IDESandWJRJ BtlBgDMlttt, we WE BUY Ittlltf I t?.f..... bdj Iixiitiittvc. Frte to oar ahifftts. ViHeUtpuzllzL M.SABEL&SONS for Tan f lii n fj tnU or ummUt'vin mMtditlf. L.L ta LWUIU.C. nr. liusiM)l ns via tin do i:m. la 1KC e, Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic For all toilet and hyglcnlo uses oeuer anu more economical. lo cleanse and whiten tho teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease germs, and nurifv the breath. 1 -- V Tho now toilet germicide powder to ha dissolved In wnini ne vinAi?Arl. it la pur-pose- inflaaedeyes. Heals sorathreatiWbasaa aad outs. 35 and SO eta. abbx.druggiata or bv mail nostnaid. ftauinU WJL THC PAXTONTOU.ET , I 1. (J urmifuwurK g man. nnnr ru To remove nicotine from the teeth and. purify the breath nfter smokingr. To eradicate perspiration and body-odorby sponge bathing, The best antlsantin niuli triuu. Relieve and strengthens tired, weak, ii s G.,BrM,MM. FRDAY, JULY 7th, AT 10 A. M. bargains lhave offered during the past two weeks, and they will all tell the price they ever paid before. ight goods at less than one-haEveryarticle I have on hand Friday morning will be offered for sale, and the highest bidder will get them. Nothing will be held back, and you will get fargains never before heard of. Come and bring your friends and take ad ntage of this sale, as this will close a three weeks sale of extra- ordinar bargains, and then prices will go back to where they were before lf I will sell alPUBLlC AUCTION at my Store in IRVINGTON, KY., the remainder of my sock of goods. Hundreds of people have taken advantage of the I opened up. Remember the Date, Friday, July 7, and be on hand L. H. Jolly, - - D. I Yan el Sargent left last week for Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Owensboro after visiting his mother for Sunday. John Ahl, of St. Louie, is here taking several days. Bread baking success Is guaranteed left Saturday for treatment from Dr. Gso. Shively. D . work Snivel has his home all remodeled and if ynu use Lewisport BEST Flour. iTaalrtngton, D. C , to talce up her for tnk-in- g has eveiything nicely again. If vou havn't the time to exercise care of his patients. Mrs. G. W. Payne w?s called to regularly, Doan's Regulcts will prevent Mrs. E- - A. Blaiue has returned from Union Star Saturday to the bedside of constipation. They induce a mild, easy her mother, Mrs. Dowell. who has hreu Florida. healthful action of the bowels without is much better at 111 for a few days hut Owen Biggs, of Louisville, is the griping. Ask your druggist for them. hhis writing. guest of his sister, Mrs. K. B Blaine. 25 cents. Mrs. Hen Lay, and daughter, Miss Master Chester Deightmiu has tyiZelnia, and Mrs. S. H. Dix spent the phoid fever. He is doing nicely at this LODIBURG. iday Thur.day with Mm. E. H Miller. writing. Mich., was tacob Blitz, of Detroit, Mrs. James DeJarneite and little Ithe guest of his sister, Mrs. W. J. daughter, of Holt, were guests of Mrs. Miss Lilian Grouel, of Louisville, is ISchopp, last week. Henry Jatboe a few days last week. the guest of -- Miss Ida Belle Ater this , Dr. John Ktncheloe, of Hardinsbu-gJarboe left Monday for Kirk week. ns called here Saturday to the bed to Kev. H.series of meetings. Misses Nell Henry and Eunice Phil-po- t, hold a jtde of little Miss Dewey Dejarnette in of Brandenburg, will spend the Mrs. Frank Thompson an 1 cl ildreu, ousultation with Dr. Litchfield. week with Mrs. Ida Brown. I and little daugh- - ot Irvingtoti, are gue&ts of Mr. au A. B. McKaugban Miss Alma Keys and Miss Estell fer, Elsa. of Otoverport, were gueits of Mrs, J Thompson. Deacon visited Miss Lucile Parr, of Clifton Mill?, last Sunday. A. M. Hardin wa9 in Braudenburg 4-44 one day last week the guest of his brother, Dr. J. M. Hardin. A. J. K?ya was in Hardinsburg oue day last week. I Mr. and Mrs, Joe Robertson visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson, of Union Star, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clareace Pavne, of Mystic, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Payne last Sunday. Ciyne Robertson was the guest of Miss Hallle Severs, of Union Star, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown are in Ow ensboro spending the week with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Graut attended church at Bam pie last Saturday and curling Sunday. in Mrs. Flaje Ater, of Irviugtou, is in supfields, gives suggestion Lodiburg spending the week. But it Mrs. r.etitia Robertson, of Stephens-por- t, returned home last Sunday after a a week's visit to her mother, Mrs. Dowelli blazing fire. ot Norton's Valley. this wife , Miss Lena Avltt and Jess Houk were married on last Wednesday eveuing at Oil Cook-stov- e. the home of the bndt's parents, Mr. A New Perfection keeps a kitctaa many degree cooler than any ami Mrs. Dick Avltt. Rev. I, C, other range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It saves time, officiated. The bride was oue 1U. anA f. I Mn uw4 tn rut no coal to carrv : no ashes : no soot of the loading youug ladles of the With the New Perfection ovea k is the best cooking device you can neighborhood. The groom is a youug , .find anywhere. farmer of near Hardinsburg. MkJ wMi 1. 2 tad 3 bwwn, vntbfaM. tarquoUf blut ea.rn.led rhin- - ruaa The school at Walnut Grove will be hwV UMUd lWutiauL ,1m . bo bd ww or wmtai gin July 31. Clyue Robertson l teach it fiucd with drop Uhrs uUul lad. tvlucfi er. law new, etc t or wri. ht JmuV . Miss Hallie Severs is the guest of ' tare dtviiu to ma WUMl Unity o ytf -VTW" i i rvi . Mist Blanch Robertson this week. Mr. and Mm. Hepry Gibtati, Mr. and Mrs. G W, Bandy, Mr. 'and Mrs. Dan W. HENRY, Auctioneer. Irvington, Ky J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN STLPHENSPORT. Ills parents, n, Hayues and Miss Annie Lee Hardin took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin last Sunday. Mrs. Judith Watliuctou, near Union Star, celebrated her eighty seventh birthday Wednesday, Juue 28. Several of her children and grandchildren were present to enjoy the day and partake of (SL SON Granite and Marble I the bcuntilul bittbday dinner. Tho-present besides the immediate iamily were: Roland Watlington, wife and daughter, Mrs, Fred Deickman and children, Frederick an Clata, Mrs. Earl Bashaui and boys, Henry, Edgar and Orval, Miss Minnie Limbich, Naih Bashani, Horace Cox, Mrs. Jessie Payne and daughter, Rub. , and Marviu and Uva Payne. Mrs. Watlington is the mother of nine children, six of whom are living. She has 23 graadchildren, c 1 Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CL0VERP0RT, KY. 15 and It "Money Talks" but it won't say much for you unless it's YOUR money. You'll bo surprised to seo how a few dollars iu a pood bunk like this will coax other dollars in how soon you'll have a nice little sum laid away without mUstng it how eloquently it will talk to you when a chance comes to put it at work digging up dividetids on a good investment, it'd SAFE here, too. Yes. and as "ready" as cash in your pocket, without offering the same temptation to spend it. Come in and talk it over. Come in today. H! am Mi 4im Though feeble in body and stooped witr age, her mind retains its usual biightuess, and she enjoys good health, and w is aide to occupy her accustomed seat at the table.' May she live to celebrate uiauy more birthdays. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. ' NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free FIRST STATE BANK, :: J. C. ifjjri I WEBSTER Fred Tiuius, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. K. M, Hall, for several weeks, has returned to Louisville to resume his duties with the Bostou Shoe Store. The M. W. of A. will take possession of their new hall at their next regular meeting. The hall is a handsome oue, built by A. T. Claycomb, Miss Ossie Payne entertained Saturday night. Amusements of ai kinds on the lawn and refreshments were L. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier i A Welcome Change up fromthe farmhouse Smoke from the chimney as the men are coming of a good a pretty also home. per and a comfortable means hot, tired woman, working hard over Your Perfection can escape with a New The Importance Little Things. It is n failing of the American s. Of a abundant. Mrs. J. V. St. CUlr entertained Tues-daeveuing in honor of her daughter, y V"i r, DWU. r Miss Altos' birthday. Mrs. Nell Kendall entertaiued quite n number of her friends to dinner Sunday. Remember our M. W. of A. picnic at Btudy's Grove July S3. Miss Ora B. Hendricks and Miss Angle Gibson were in Owensboro last week attending a teachers' meeting. Mrs, H. C. Headrick, who has been vlsltlBg iu Meade county, has returned home. Mrs. II. McGavock cutertuiu.td to dinner Sunday Mrs, Geo. Claycomb, to bo uuapprcciativo of the importance of the little things; yet every fortune is made up of many dollar-unitAn account started here and kept alive by frequent and regular deposits &oon assumes surprisingly great proportions Wo shall bo pleased, to have you on our books as a depositor. Wo pay interest on TIME DEPOSITS. people- - as a wholo THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburg, Ky. Cashier. V" J. D. SHAW, Mr, aud Mrs. II. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. guest of relatives, J. Kuftzuud Dun McGavock, y Thus. Comptou and wife spent in Bewleyville the guests of John Miss Dee Bashaui, of Hswesville, spam last week the guest of her cousin, Comptou. Miss Ruth Nortou. "Bread baking success is guar&Btwd, Miss Ruth Norton is in Louisville the if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Sun-da- NFWS f Mid-Summ- er Clearance Sale of Fine OW comes the time when we begin to clear the decks for the fall campaign of clfcthes-sellias possible; and we try to do all the summer goods out of the way; as complete a clean-u- p prices on what we have lett m Jth We like to have ity making special Hart Schaffner & Marx Fine Goods yet bought new clothes, or who are willing to buy now for next season, or for the remainder of this. The clothes are the same that we've been selling right along at regular prices; they're just as goJ now as they were then; such clothes don't deteriorate by time; even wearing them doesn't affect them as much asVnost clothes. The only difference you'll find is in the prices; and we've made them low as an inducement to the mewho haven't We'll sell suits now that were $18, $20, $25 at $14, $16.50, $17. C This Sale Begins on Saturday, July 8th and ues Until Saturday, July 15th Everything exactly as advertised and there will be no departure, even in the least from these facts and figures Clothing $4.50 $25.00 Walk-Ove- Shoes r Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits Hart, Schaffner Hart, Schaffner Hart, Schaffner & at $22.50 $20.00 $17.50 g Qj Oxfords $4.00 $3.50 Walk-Ove- r Marx suits Marx suits Marx suits Oxfords Walk-Ove- r Oxfords --$3- & $1450 3 5Q .50 $18.00 & Queen Quality Oxfords, at . $3.00 Ladies' Queen Quality $15.00 suits (good value) $12 50 suits (good value) $10. 00 suits (good value) j 0 50 Jrj QQ Oxfords, at $2.50 Ladies' Oxfords at $2.00 Ladies' Oxfords $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 Children's Oxfords, 70c to former price $1.00 to $1.50 $3.00 Boys' Oxfords ; QJj The hest lino of Pants in Kentucky reduced as above Boys9 and Children's Clothing Complete lino at reduced prices at $2.50 Boys' Oxfords $1.50 Ladies' Oxfords at at Price on ALL SHOES reduced as well during the sale at ... Suits from $2 to $5; former price, same suits $3 and $7.50 Dry Goods, Etc. All calicoes 10c ginghams and percals Groceries Vissman's Pure SLard........ .. 10c ... 75c . 10c 10c currants flavors package raisins and at 12Jc ginghams .. : ;t - M ..,... Hope Bleach' . 7V&C at ... 1M 75 c Dry Salt Meat Best Hammonds Bacon's .... Sugar, Standard Granulated 19 Extracts, all Polish ! f'-J- 12k $1.00 10c Shoe i pounds for 7 bars Lenox ; Soap India Linens, Persian Lawns, Nainsook and all White Goods at reduced prices. .'- 25c Coffee at .. 20c .., ., Bon-Bo- n Masons Masons Quart IJruit , half-gallon 3 cans, anyt- hingpound .. 25c Baking Jars Fruit . 1 all Lacos and OFF Embroideries $1.50 and $2 00 Straw at Hats Rice, per : Nice Lino Shirts, Ties, Suspenders, Socks und Underwear at all times Two 5c cans Powder ... 5c ... 5c Jelly Glasses; per set Daily Bread Flour This sale is strictly cash, or produce at cash prices; absolutely no goods sold to anyone on credit at above prices . Gardrver Newsom Kervtvicky Irvington. OS