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XXXVI l TO PRINT. 8 I CLOVWll -m i- Cm, KENTUCKY, CRATIC WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911. plish results on the legislative battlefield because It lacked the cohesive strength of a perfected organization working to produce a definite result. y we have in the national House of Representatives as thorough and as pet feet an organization of the Democratic members as was ever witnessed To-da- Pages No. 1 ON DEMOE key, erknckey. I WECELIUS D, C, weather Tammany Hall yesterday, and a large number of people stayed away, Mr 1801; delegate to Democratic Breokinridgo Lodge No. 61, K.,1 Although there were speakers of nat- rational Convention, 1806; delegate at of-Pal standing on the programme, a re ft to national conventions, 1004 ,and f P.T installed the following Black, gimenial band, a quartet of singers Mconded nomination of William aoergMoiiday night: J, B. eat and drink, the rya for President In 1003; cljair- - K rifri m u..- -i .1 T n . vl and something to even half filled. Chas. wigwam was not Democratlc State Convention, itltff, Prol.; Rufus,McCoy, M. Murphy was on t Representative in Congress from rfrfW M Hnf;il At A - J M: The ''long talks" the platform. that were so long district, I9O8.IOII. (Continued on pugo 8) I. G.jClms Jackson, O. after the four speakers who came, unGregory, For Qovernor G9pistrict Deputy Grand Chan- der this head were thrdugh it was past, the lunch hour, and not onepf the doz-JAME9 B. McCREARY Born 1' Off For Scotland cellor J. M. Fitcn doing the work. en men who were scheduled for "short T.f rtnAn. Jison county, juiy 8,io.ja; graauat talks" were called on. m Centre College, Danville, 185? Mr. Plank ill. Congressman O. W. Underwood, of ijor and Lieutenant Colonel in Con-- 1 Mr. A. Henderson.producc merchant lerate army under Gins. Morgan P. D. Plank, master' mechanic of 'the Alabama, the Democratic leader on of this place, left for Scotlaud on thn Breckinridge; admitted to bar hi Heudersou Route shops, was takety se- the floor of the House of Represent-atlves.w- Fourth of July. He will visit relatives the principal speaker of the at Cincinnati on his way aud will sail I59;' member lower house, Kentucky riously ill last Fridwy. He Is at day. In the course of his address he for New York about the eighth. Mr. sneral Assembly, I8G9I IS7I. 187.1, home in this city, said: DVernor of KenpKC7Tid75-''0'- i Henderson took with him the map and J The tendencies of our times are tow- paintings made by Edwin Forbes for senlatiifafli Congress Will Tindall Out. ard individualism. Many of our Mr. James Barr, of itrlct,yK.Q7:Un ted States Senator. his brother-in-laand magazines condemn Cilasgow, Scotland; also a small box to Democratic nat- )elegate llilH.lOOS; Will Tinrlnll. who has bean in organization as an evil and a menace of Indian. antiquities from the- Indian lonventions, Ite to International Momentary jaii at Ilardinsburg for some! time to good government. I do not agree' Arrow Head Ridge, which was one of with them. Our national growth has the paintings and other mementoes rence, Brussels, 1S01. on the chargcof killing JimLan- advanced step by step with some power- from and near Mitchels and Jones 3or Lieutenant Qovernor ders, was released ou bond. last ful organization behind it. This is true stations. Before sending them away ( whether it be In the fields of religious, Col. Forbes entertained an office force jARD J. McDERMOTT Born Tbursday: Sisvllle; educated at ward and Industrial or political development. by exhibiting these specimeus of our Ichools; graduated In law from Took in Republican Convention. Individuals standing alone cannot ad- localartist's talent. While in Scotland vance the principles they believe are Judge Henderson will visit relatives Ird University, 1870; member 01 er house.Kentucky Legislature, The following went from'here to the bst for the government of our and friends of his youthful da3'S. He member of the Constitutional country. When you hear men decryto Fordsville about SepIntion, 1891; member of the Cpar- - Louisville Tuesday to attend- as ing our political parties at the same, will return tember. Argouaut. I. pmmittee which wrote charter of delegated, the Republican tune you find them endeavoring to per1891. A. Olze, R. fect an organization to overthrow the Louisville, Fitch, H. WANTS TO LAND THE ' evils they cry out against. T. Pollc and R. O. Perkins, For Treasurer IN 1912 To the Society of Tammany born In NOMINATION MAS S. RHEA Born in- Log: n the cradle of American independence prominent in the business and EXECUTION and baptized in the immortal pcinclp-- , llal circles, of Western KentucKy, THE FIRST Washington., D. C, July S. les advocated by tie' founders of the president of the Russellville Caleb Powers.of Kentucky Democratic party. I can say without associated with his brothers, expectation of contradiction that party this morning started a boom for the In Kentucky Under The; New Law . and A. G. Rhea, In tanning on organization is a political necessity nomination of Senator Bradley for Vice Itenslv.e scale. Requiring Electric Dealt Chair that must-bmaintained for the ad- President In I9I2. It is said that the For Attorney General vancement of the nation,; that men Kentuckian is not adverse to the Negro Slayer -J- im Buckner, KIES GARNETT Born in Adair should not condemn h strong political movement and would like to grab the 15, 1S61; graduated of Lebanon Policeman, Pays organization beca'use of its power to nomination. November accomplish results but pass judegment Georgetown College and from Death Penalty Ipartmer.t of University of Louis on the purposes and principles for Tom Carter Host. B93; County Attorney of Adair which It is maintained, and as to Eddyville, Ky., July ' 1S0S4UO0; member of Democrat- first whether or pot the results that spring TomJCarter gava a barbecue to se- Central Committee, from the electrical execution under (tie new law from It are onward steps to the un building of our national standards and, eral of his young men friends the Fourth Grand passed by the last legislature, occured Fh district Ideals. his home on the Pike. They tu the branch penitentiary here this of Grand Lodge, F. &; A. M. For many years the national Demo-- of July at negro cratic party has been unable to accom .had a fine celebration. morning, when James B.uckner,a For Secretary of State chargedVith the murder of Policeman FCRECELIUS Born iRludlana, Rtboy at Lebanon, wai put to death In has- been a resident of Pendleton the chair. luntyfor many years; farmer on an The" execution took place at 4:12 this county and long Fexlenslve scale In home morning, and was Witnessed by about active In elfort to establish the Burjey thirty persons. There-wanot a hitch, tobacco society in Kentucky; member and Chief Engineer, P- - W.'Depp of the From The ParkUtid Live Wlro. of thd Kentucky Legislature irom prison and his deputies,! fastened the tfjendelton county In sessions! of 1903 , Down in old Gloverport, so happy and so ay; Depp himself negro In the chain 110, handling the switch. Twenty one hunDown in old Breckenridge the river not far away r I w 1 a t dred volts were first jturned on and ror oupi. rt..t.fi mairuiuuii. There's plenty to eat and drink; there's many-- shady tree; BARKSDALE HAMLET(T Bom in there was scarcely a struggle on Tho grass is green, the breeze is keen, and 'tho fare is j'up of the negro, those present being Christian county, educated in common in G. hopls of native county; wdrked .as a positive" that death wai Instantaneous. rmhand to earn money to attend To make sure howeve, a second curlUge; graduated from th4 Hampton- - rent of a,30Q'volts was. turned lutp th We have' no jugs, and we have no mugs, like they have at sy College, Virginia, at the age of condemned man's body, and at 4:20' schools of Hop- - o'clock Dr. Pt Ai, 3fis, the Dawson Springs, rlntendentof physician, oQlclaly fohounced Buckle. , But the cistern's close, ana the ice is near, und tho girls are ner dead. imlssloner of. grlculture sure "white wings;" . 'exhibit any signs The negro did Old Omar wanted his flask of wine, likewise his book "and UOTMA- N- llrn in aiorroe or nervousness v e being bound in mOq; eoHated Southern Nor iplv said he was thou;" and Y. ttOWN, r.riliMrml. nf the chair, ready to go. We'd put old Omar on the blink could ho only see us now. cace uoiiege, prison commission Members of t v Lexington, were in Eddyvl t. stat and Inspected the mem" it's pleasant It's fiuo on tho banks of tho the lower electrical appar 3 before the execu- ; vretttU(i- -J Creek; . lature from tlon, but did no e the death senteu LJn ember' bf the ce carried into it. luxury hero for a passing day, but it's back to( work this It's Vforfi I9O7', Sec KaV State 5J week. air I9OS 00 10, Printer Our Oh, life would .be a grand sweet song; ok, life would bo a AppeafU ' peach, WSE rn in Cjovorport,, with the river in easy reach. lo is here trom tne Fred Adam If one could stay in auntf years I chief Masonic OrpVj Home to spend the 'aunt, Mrs. Fred Ferry im enton summer wit o It's oortctinly nico out under the trees; it's great on tho M eputy was given in the News oftlice lawn; n s, ss May Perkins and Mr. Walter both of Mattlngly, were mar-- r CRATIC TICKET July 4th at the home of the bride's pi nt., Mr. and Mrs. Jamesy Perkins, ij George Jones, of Pellvllle offlclatr Sketches Of Those Who el Misses Irene Brlckey and Valeria Jfen Under Rooster In Nov- - link were brides' maids, tjhe bride Is the only daughter of Mr. iben-N- ext Winners a I Mrs. James Perkins and Is a lovely ving girl. The groomls the son of M. and Mrs. Jno. E. Brlckey and Is a A HOOSIER They will rpsperous young farmer. rilde with the groom's parents for a V Si Par llnltrri c;t.Aa C.nifnr Jille. dfctilE M. JAMES Born la Crit kajen county July 27. I87I; admitted Otficers Installed. hi BOOD DEMO- - Entertained In Versailles. Mrs. Charles W. Moorman entertained Monday at !J o'clock In compliment CONVENTION to Miss Virginia Hudson's attractive visitors, Mfs.'ei Elizabeth Skljlman, of Morganfield and Louise Finch, of Indorse 0'Rear, Taft, Willson Evergreen, Ala, The guests were.Cbn-fine- d to the juniors and they thorougly And Bradley, and send A enjoyed several games of Euchre. Solid Delegation To Louis- Prizes were given to Miss Katherlne Skill-maRout, who presented it to Miss ville Miss Mattle Bohannon and Miss Finch, who won the booby. RefreshJudge O'Rear went through in ments of sandwiches, olives, punch and nuts were served. Twenty guests were a whoop, not a dissenting voico there. Woodford Sun. was heard against him. If thero DOCTRINE Underwood Speaks For Demo cratic House-- It Has' Done Things, And Its Compact Organization Is A Blessing, Not A Bane ft was Washington, . ttythe history of our Congress. They are not organized for public plunder, but to advance the great principles of the Democratic party. They are not organized to loot the public treasury, but to lift from the backs of the American people some of he unjust burdens of taxation placed there by decades of misrule under Republican administrations. We haye reduced the clerical force in the House of Representatives moio than $150,000 a year by abolishing useless olllces. We have passed a bill through the House In the Interest of honest elect-Ionproviding for the publicity of Cincinnati Party Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Drury, of Irvington, chaperoned a large party to Cincinnati for a pleasure trip. Tho party loft last Monday and will bo gone until Thursday. Those who went wore: C. H. Drury, C. L. Scott, Cecil Clarkson, Paul Wilson, Fletcher Scott, Ed. .Fontaine, J. M. Richardson, Wathen Drury, James Drury, Horace McCoy, V. A.Stith,Kobt. Cannon, Edgar Hardaway,Arthur Drune, Geo. Compton, Herbert Haddock, Percy Henderson, Jno. Morgan Richardson, Lewis B. Moremon, V. A. Stith, Jr., Dana Lydduu, Mrs. C. II. Drury, Essie Kendall, Bessie Footo, Mattio Lee Moremcn, Alberta Drury, Mrs.L. B. Moreinen, Marguerite Stith, Ada Stith, Mrs. Geo. Lvddan. Myrtle Lyddan, Oru Hendrick, Lelia Stewart, Mar' Mercer, May Bandy, Carrie D. Frakes, Mrs. Lee Morgan, Mrs. Christine Morgan, Lillian Morgan, Mrs. C. Morg.n, Mrs. Head, Virginia Head, Eult Chappol, and Manel Bandy. were any Franks men or Cox men among tho one hundred Republicans who met in mass conven- 1 .' i as , from-Eight- tion at Ilardinsburg last Saturday; they failed to show up, and tho machine worked perfectly. Promptly at 1:15 chairman Jno. P. Haswell call'ed the convention to order. It was fifteen minutes before the scheduled time. Mr. Haswell said it was called in order that the delegates might catch tho traiu, Thero was no objections and tho convention proceeded. Judgo Ahl put in nomination the Hon. Chas. Blanford for chairman, seconded by Joe Glasscock. 1808-1000- , , - convon-tiortflM- - -Rep- resentative COMPROMISE Dr. The chairman in putting tho vote paid Mr. Blanford a very high compliment for his long service and loyalty to his party and said the convention would indicate their appreciation b' a rising vote when every Republican rose to their feet. Mr. Blanford was very much overcome by the high honor bestowed. He said next to preaching tho gos pel there was no greater honor ho thought than to preside over u Republican Convention of his own EFFECTED native county. Guthrie Tucker was elected Sec-etary. e S.i-T- he' st r Down in Old Cloverport. s On motion the chair appointed $12,500 In Lieu Of A German a committee of three to draft a aet of resolutions and name delegates Villa Willed Him to attend the State Conveution. Joe Glusock, A. R. Kirchelooand I. A. Oelzo. wore appointed. A compromise has been effected While tho convention was wait-n- g wherebj' Dr. Ernest Moraweck, for report of committee speeh- who was loft a villa in Freiburg, codicil to tho will cs were made by Jesse R. Eskridge, Germany, in a of Frau Magdaleua Hasse, of Judgo Ahl and Pal Garner. H. A. Oelzo Chairman reported Freiburg, will receive 50 per cent the work of the committee. The of tho value of tho villa about $12,500. The heirs in Germany Resolutions endorsed tho adminisobjected to tho codicil on the tration of President Taft, tho ad ground that it was the result of ministration of Governor Wilson, undue influenco exerted over Frau Senator W. O. Baadley and tho Ernest Moraweck Takes , - -- ! the-par- t ..!. - -- o; . r -- I Hie Hasse by Dr. Moraweck. Steps hi'd been taken iii the courts of Germuuy to contest tho beques when the compromise was effected Attorney E. J. McDermott. of McDermott & Ray, represented the foreign heirs, while William C. Crawford represented Dr. Moraweck. Frau Hasse met Dr. Moraweck on her way to America in 1909, and they became close friends. Frau IIusso visited Dr. Moraweck on his farm, near Brandenburg, in Sho becamo ill Meade county. and died thoro in 1910. In a codicil to her will sho loft Dr. Moraweck tho villa in Ger many, which is valued at $25,000, in appreciation of his services to her, Dr. Moraweck is well known in Louisville. Louisvillo Times. , County administration. Endorsed Judge O'Rear and instructed the delegates to vote for him as long as lis name was before the Conven tion and to vote as a unit on all questions. Tho Convention then adjourned. Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Tatum enter tained Saturday afternoon from three until five at their homein Oak street for their daughter, Anna Mae, It being the seventh anniversary of her birth. Quite a number of her little friends accepted invitation and she received several nice prerents. Games were enjoyed by the little folks, after which refreshments were served. Those present weie; Lillian McCracken, Louise McCracken, Eva May McCracken, Eva Wroe, Virginia Furrow, Edith Ward, Kathleen Crist, Harry Crist, Mdrrace O'Connell, Ramen O'Connell, Paul Edward Berry, Louise Reld, Lillian Pauley, Grace Pauley, Hettle Murrel Falth, Leslie Berry, Ralph Berry, Henry Penne'r, Irene Penner, Elmer HofHous, Rodgers Harder, Mildred Morrison, Carrie Mae Jackson, Pearl Louise Boyd, Elizabeth Bishop, Homer Boyd, Ruth Matheny, Warneta Math- eny, Katherlne McCracken, Ernest Edward Tatum, Mary Lee Reld, Heleu Francs Berry, Forrest Rodgers Jack- rtt son, I'rancis ievion anu aioai Belli Berry; Miss Elisabeth May, Mrs. Wrm Hofhious, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. BeWy, Mrs. Chas. Jackson, Mrs. Sam Beijy, Mrs. Clinton Reld and Mrs. Fred NeSon. 1 eo fof Bab-bag- Little Baby Dies. ttation8. ;ractlBce of! the prlnte I9O4 Monday .mo e ad- - the Maso m of (' Klerk brother, aresplen ierlng ed In the worked on ome Journal to learn ,de, and is well school- V one of his age. His is here too and they ys. III Fredias It's Liberty Hall for a lucky spell, but tomorrow it will bo gone. There are many days of labor ahead; thorb,aro days of pinch and pain, Before wo canhopo to read tho dope that Juno has come again.1 Down in old Clovorport wo fain would journey back; Down in old Brackanridge, where troubles never rack; the vision of that lovely, fleeting day-- lip .Iu droamj we'll there in swelt'ring Louisville, with Louise far away. A. l s Clovorport, ,Ky., June 28, 10U. , Owen Edgar Kasoy, tho 18 son of Mr. and Mrs. Kasey, of Bewloyville, died Owon of llux at their homo last Monday. months-old Robert E. Moorman Recovering. Information has been received that Robert E. Moorman, who has been ill it the home of his father, Hon, D.C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, is recovering after an Illness, threatening typhoid fever, Mr. Moorman has friends all over (he county who are glad to learn that he is convalescent. fe Behen Lafe his hom frletutei wish hi Is ill. of typhoid fever at lie West end; His many to hear of his Illness awl Ipeedy recovery. ting MecMtU guamtUtfd d baking success Is 'guaranted if the Lawisport BEST Flow. t4 ......... jhiuj . i aw H.G.ttTh.r.JU.ITh.S.m, I believe the poor blacksmith has the hardest time of any mechanic in the world. His customers never think it too cold or too hot for hltn t) work, They will so to his shop when It Is too cold for him to work taking their reel footed horses for hinvto shoe, and If he happens to put ou a shoe cross wise or hind part before, or if he falls to keep a grindstone with a patent crank and rollers upon which they may grind their grubbing hoes and axes, they will call him bad names. Furthermore, they will go to the shop when it is too hot for them to work on Saturdays and carry four days' work and because the smith can't do It all in one day, they will call him old and slow, when he has not had time to straighten up his back for three days. They will make him wait twelve months for his pay, and then if he doesn't have three sworn witnesses by which to prove every Item they will dispute his account and if they agree on somo items, they will say:''come over old man, and get some turnips or onions." I knew a good blacksmith who sung and worked himself to death around his anvil, and he had to take a lot of such stulT. He had ono old customer upon whose plow he had to put a lug every spring. For this he received a small cake of tree sugar, his two little 9 girls eating the sugar before he could get the iron hot enough to do the work. lU3fflfc aaaaaawaa v. 11 I Mil! m .n l i .t"tt i 1 aw.iasi iHtlt khi i 111 I 1SME I I MhMBE iaa jji ' i vmta i iiMaaaw ih mi It. ' i. ..i A I i K . imm I' fr w l 4 'ht -' TP-"-iiiii i ' ami K"'uvtei ootn furniture; stms balance asit solid oak mMonJ ,Mfr.iftrm chair, reception v -r nee. The whole set. M Fverv n's nlctured. Best grade of chart leather Is used in the uplioisiertng n( the chairs and rocker. The Btlrings are oil tempered and sag proof? The rocker is easily worth SSSifaS-wInall- . piece Is full size and exactly handsome library table. a . FURNITURE CARPETS, RUBS, STOVES, ETC.. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest 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 thousandsof regular customers right here at home. To show yo'u how fair we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, OUR CHEAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN rOrder I and the small chair Just think o value when you can get all the four pieces for $13,755 only cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. i a 4-Passe- nger One of Our 1 , Aum Ouiinnrr tnlw i I ;U $3.98 COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD LoulsviHe, Ky. I clip this Coupon from the BRECKENRIDGE and ulars as to NEWS, to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cus tomers who come right into our stores. WRITE US aud tell us just Refrig what you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or erators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by re- turn mall, giving you full particulars ot the wonderfully low prices we can make, and tne easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUAR ANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DAGo-cart- s, TO-DA- WE PAY THE FREIGHT CLOVBtfRORT. KY. would like to have full partic- Name II LUUISVILLl, a. BBM JPtt m II IVY. J P. Q.. I Freight Office N Mrs. Forrest Head and children, of Ky., Owensboro, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Joel Keenan and children are Never leave home on a journey withvisiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Owen Swallowing Land. Colic, out a bottle of Chamberlain's Cho'era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is Seaton. Distressing news has been received canWhen I was a lao, living only a few almost certain to be needed and not be obtained when ou board the, cars here from Wynoka, Oklahoma, of the miles from the Missouri river I used to conttnueu aroutn. Hot winds are watch that stream during the spring or steamsnips. For sale by All Dealers. parching all the vegetation with the floods to see it eating away the land on tempature one hundred and three either side. I have seen whole farms Programme. Even life is threatened. This year has disappear in an hour. One night a certainly been an off year for the farm party of us boys were camping out nenr The fourth annual meeting of the ers. The failure of all kinds of fruit the old river. We went to sleep on the Womans' Missionary Union Auxiliary and continued drouth that will cut the east bank of the stream and woke up on to the Breckenridge Association, will crops short is very discouraging. The the west bank. During the night, the Stephensport, A.ugust 30, 1011. farmers life is not always the life of river had cut across a low place east cf meet at 1. Meeting called to order at 10:30 ease and contentment as some may us and changed its channel. In doing suppose. by Vice President. so it had swallowed up hundreds o 2. Song. B. F. Frank, of Mattingly, who re acres of land, deposited two or three 3 Devotional exercises Mrs. C. R. ceivea me contract to nuua a new feet of sand on hundreds ot other acres Shepherd school house at Pisgah, has completed and made citizens of Missouri over into 4. Welcome address Mrs. J. F. a nice, up school house. citizens of Kansas. Winchel"Bread baking success is guaranteed As I started out to say, I used to 5. Business i: you use the Lewisport Best Flour. think the old Missouri could swallow 0. Song. land at a greater rate than any other 7. Special prayer for guidance of If vou havn't the time to exercise institution. But new comes tny good Holy Spirit in our work Mrs. Lucretia regularly, Doanjs Regulets will prevent W. R. Patrick, of Sarpy friend Senator Hensley. constipation. They induce a mild, easy county, Nebraska, with a story of a land 8. Do the Heathens Need Our Mes- healthful action of the bowels without swallower that has the Missouri rive sage? Mrs. Bate Herndon. griping. Ask your druggist for them. backed off tne boards and yelling for 9 Adjournment. Dismissed with !5 cents. help. prayer. Mrs. M. P. Compton. An acre of land contains 43,560 square NOON. feet. At $43.56 an acre that is just 1 SALE. Meeting called to order by Vice Pre COMMISSIONER'S mill per square foot. Then my friend proceeds to figure that every sident at 1:30. Patriek 1. Song. time a man pays 15 cents for a drink of Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Miss Etta 2. Devotional exercises booze, and that is the standard price, H. A. Oelze, Plaintiff. strawberry English. he is swallowing a 150-foAgainst o. Letter from Mountain Missionary. Mary patch. If you invite four friends to B. Oelze &c, Defendants. Miss Maud Smyth. Very drink with you the five swallow a 750 Equity, No. 3341. 4. W. M. U. Training School foot garden patch. An ordinary spree By virtue of a Judgment and Order of pasture. If 5. Solo Miss Ellen Munford. will swallow a good-size- d bale of Ureckenridge Circuit Court, 6. Short talks on Sunbeam Work by rendered at May Term thereof, I9II, in you are a "moderate ririnker,"and con sume only three drinks a day you swal Mrs. Lottie Richardson; Royal Am- the above cause, for the sum. of six hundred dollars ($600 J with interest at low 3,150 square feet of land per day, bassadorsMiss Sallle Robertson. me rate or u per cent, per annum from Margaret Home. Mrs. W. D. the 22d day of January, joll. until na.d. Hlemer, of Texas. 164;250 square feet of land per year. or 7. and all coats herein, I shall proceed to That means that you have swallowed Wilson. Miss Elizabeth Frymire is visiting acres 8. The W. M. U's. opportunity's in offer for sale at the Court House door In her brother, Glover Frymire. in a year a bit over thirty-seve- n Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at of good land in the last ten years. Now the world Mrs. Gregory alternate Mrs. rututc Auction, on Monday, the Miss Ruth Frymire aud Lawrence 24th stop and figure out how many acres of Mclilothlan. day of July, I9II, at one o'clock p. m., Sills went to Hardinsburg the Fourth. or thereabout, (being County Court day), 9. Reading Miss Esther Payne. land old King Booze is swallowing The Picnic at Lodlburg was a sue 10. How to secure ana maintain an upon a credit of six and twelve months, every year in this country of ours, and the following described property, cess. you'll realize that as a land swallower interest in Mission Work Open discus A certain house and lot situated, The farmers around Frymire have lying and being in Cloverport, Ky., the Missouri river is in the amateur sion led by Miss Bulah Payne. 11. Present the Recomendatlons of Breckeuridge county, situated on Sec- splendid crops. class. city, and fronting on I'm reminded of the story of the man the Boards. Mrs. W. C, Moorman al ond street in said feet and running back Mrs. Jane Bruuer is visiting Mrs. Second street 100 ternate, Mrs. Rebecca Brickey. said: who went to a doctor and to an ally, and being the same property Dollie Chism, of Rhodella. 13. Adjournment. in wbich Mary B. Oelze resides. Said Fruit around Frymire is a failure. property not being susceptible of diMiss Elizabeth Frymire has a po Stops earache in two minutes; tooth vision, same will be sold as a whole. ache or pain of burn or scald in five The purchaser, with approved surety sltion In Louisville. or securities, must execute bond, bearminutes; hoarseness, one hour; muscle-achVery "Bread baking success is guaranteed ing legal interest from the day of sale two hours; sore throat, twelve until paid, and having the force and ef- if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". very serious matter to ask It Is a hours Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, mon fect of a judgment. Lein retained to Ssr one medicine and have the secure payment of purchase money, arch over pain. Sprains require careful treatment. wrong one given you. For this Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's wo urge you in buying to reason Approximated debt, interest and cost Liniment freely. It will remove the MATTINGLY b cartful to get the genuine $8I3..10. LEE WALLS, soreness and quickly restore tbe parts Commissioner. For sale by All to a healthy condition, BLACK-&H- T Dealers. Mrs. Ernest Pate, of Cloverport, FRYMIRE. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Liver MedlclBe Hambleton, last week and attended the Death At Vanzant Perkins-Brick- ey wedding. Tfcs reputation of this old, relia-- W Mrs. Dave Reynolds is on the sick msdiciae, for constipation, Miss Settle Pate, who has been visit list. sad liver trouble, is 8rm ing her sister, Mrs. Vachael Hlnton, ia Uncle William Zackery, of Vanzant, ly established. It does not is&itate 'Mrs. Jane Frymire is visitlug Mrs. Louisville, for the past three weeks has died Tuesday. He was an old soldier It is better than tfcer medkiae. Dave Reynolds tills week, returned home. and made his home with John Moore, ethers, r it would, not be the fawith a larger Mlso Alliene Biddle has a new piano, where he had lived for many years. vorite liver powder, Miss Mayme Hawkins, of Louisville, combined. aaic tbaa all others Mrs'. Henry Somniers haa as her Uncle Bill was well known ia this who has been the guest of her grand- Fa m town arents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hanible- - guest 'her daughter, Mrs. Harges vicinity. Argeaaut. I believe the blacksmith has the hardest time of any mechanic in the tea world. G. E. Settle in Etown News. "Doctor, look at my throat." The doctor did so and said: "I see a Right in your busiest season when very badly inflamed condition, sir." you have the least time to spare you "I should think you would!" said are most likely to take diarrhoea aud the man. "I've sent 360 acres of good lose several days time, unless you have land, fifty head of cattle, four spans of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diur! good house and barn and a lot rbo'ea Remedy at hand aud take a dose horses, a of outbuildings down that throat in the ou the first appearance of the disease, last three years. The Commoner. For sale by All Dealers. ton, and other relatives, has returned home. Arnold Cooper, of Vanzant, made a short visit to our town last Thursday. Mrs. V. Hinton.ot Louisville, is vit.lt-nher parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Statement of Condition of g Pate. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust, Co. Hardinsburg, at ihe close of business June 30, 191 f. RESOURCES. $251,838.7,6 Notes and Bills Cash in Safe and Cash Items Cash in Other Banks . ... Stocks and Bonds , . . ,16,975.13 . Banking House and Lot ' .a to-da- te Other Real Estate . Furniture and Fixtures . .1 Total LIABILITIES. . 47,908.03 6,051.74 1,800.00 1,834.29 400.00 $326,807.95 '. . ,T . - Capital Stock Paid in Surplus Fund Undivided Profits $ 50,000.00 . Dividend No. 42, 5per cent. Due Depositors ; . , 17,500.00 3,294.31 2,500.00 253,513.64 -- Total . $326,807.95 t 1 respectfully, M. L BEARD, Cashier. MARION C. W. BOfll WEATHERhOLT k. J. W. PAXE I to-w- it; Boiil and AL C0NTI Cloverport, Kj Serious m Work ' in e, Road, Bri Concretiri Work and Pile Drivini -- T-' Building St( ie, Co him on Piling. Lumbe Lime and stock. Write! prices oi line. on. sou Estimails on Affn I V 3ai $50,000.01 the interest paj BONDS BEARING' 8 PER CENT. INTEREST NOW OFFERED FOR SUBSCRIPTION AT PAR. Mill Company, of Owensboro, Ky., the bonds payable in five years. Issued by the fst mortgage on their buildings and real estate and entire property, of every description. The Central Trust Com- (Ky., has been appointed Registrar and Trustee for the bondholders. semi-annually, if , Anglo-America- n and secured by pany of Owensl ued in (lenominnt nns nf 10O Thcso Honds will ss of $4 each attached to each each, with 10 interest pons will bo payable on January .$100 Bond, ono of whii ertch of the next, a vphm. nr. the 20th, and July 2Cth, jeipal, .$100, will bo paid for each end of which time the Bond. These interea ipon's will be nnid at the times mentioned at the oflii FTho Central Trust Co., Owens- boro, Ky. ' Pt Capacity 25 bbls. per day of the best flour; any man can become a miller on. one-hathe capital usually required. Our mill will make a barrel of flour cheaper than any other mill in the world. These mills arc in operation all over the United Slates. Wo have them in the following States: Virlf ginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas. Oklahoma, Michigan nnd "Washington. Each ono of them has proven remarkably successful. The demand for the "Midget" Marvel has so exceeded our present manufacturing facilities of one mill per week that mi arc compelled to build u larger manufacturing plant that can 'keep pace for a time with our increasing order. i. '4 r The tion, organized in li with the following of L. FREEMAN W. L. RENO, Si Directors: J. W. McCULI W. L. RENO, LUCIUS P. Lll Law. C. A. ROGER eery Co. L. FREEMAN. The Alsop Flour Prd Anglo-Amc- ' Co., is a Kentucky corprira- l.rith a capital stock of $1Q,Q,000, Ljlill LE, Cut Out Coupon and Mail July . t .1911 Co President. ry and Treasurer. . ,, To W. L. Reno, Sec'y and Treas., Anglo-America- n .Mill Central Trust Co.,lOcnsboro, Ky. Dear Sir: I hereby suscribe for (Mention the No. of Bonds Wanted) Bonds of the par value ot f 100. each, of the $50,000. issue of the Anglo American Mill Co., of which the Central Trust Co. Is Regis, which Is $25. cash trar anil Trustee, and I enclose I payment on application for each Bond, and I agree to pay a further $25. on eachf)f 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 on the date I make my final payment. " President Green River Dis't.lCo. ' ir Central Trust Co. , of Little & Slack, Attorney at tsident Gunthcr "Wholesale. Gri. IlLE, Late Managing ?)Ltd., of London, England'c.. . Director6f (Sinned) (Address) : Business of the Angte; American Mill Co.. is the Manufacture and Sale of Marvel Self-Containe- Tattersall's English "Midget" d Roller Flour Mill. We have pi chased the brick building formerly occupied by the Hoagland Buggy Co., in Seven Hills, Owensboro, Ky., with about two acres of ground; we ha' 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; epacity of one complete mill per day. The operation of the "Midget" Marvel Mill is the best money making proposition for the man of small mean. Ihat has ever been offered. It is the only small mill that can compete with gigantic trust mills. It has been predicted by conserv- ative persons nnected with the trade that sooner or later the "Midget" Marvel will eliminate all of the smaller mills throughout the country. We sell ouj nills on the following terms: $50 cash with the order, $700 cash on shipment, and the balance of $1,000 divided into six equal pay- ments due in ii,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 Imply because we have the only Subscripti nsfor any of these bonds will be accepted until July 20th, or will close at an earlier time if same are entirely subscribed. Subscrip tions will be ei ted strictly in rotation in which they are received. We reserve the right to reject any subscriptions. Those subscriptions received after all of th tonds are subscribed for will be returned. Terms of subscription are as follows: self-containing cash to be sei Iiith the application for each $100 Bond. 20 on each $100 Bond. payablo on 20 on each $100 Bond. $25 payable on S it it, 20 on each $100 Bond. $25 payable on The first intd kcoupon on each Bond amounting to $4, 20, 1912, at the Central Trust Co., will bo paid on Owensboro, Ky. $25 $25 Bonds will be allotted on July 20, 1011, and all of those having Bonds allotted to them will bo advised at onco by The Bonds will be registered and delivered on the final payment Oct. 20, or at any earlier time that the full mail. $100 is paid up on any Bond. This Company will have the privilege of redeeming any of these Bonds at the end of one year, or at any time theie-afte- r, days' notice, by payiilg the accrued interest to the next coupon date and $110 for each $100 Bond with 30 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 in the number of Bonds for which you wish to subscribe, and inclose same with $25 cash payment for each Bond you subscribe vertisement for, to W. L. feno, Secretary and Treasurer, at The Central Trust Co., Owensboro, Ky. If you wf t to ad-lli- ng To intern m purchasers of Bonds we will be glad to confirm any of eral charactc ofour business. Write for our new catalogue, "Ttie will be glad Isend these statements here at our office, show our books, or orders and the gen- Stiory oi a wonderful Flour Mill," it will interest you. We it. Central OMAN'S m m seir-asseruon,; he trust Building Self- - Anglo-Americac- ri Mill PB Company, Owensboro, WWJW Kentucky. HW PIVfll OPPOlllTC Hei wncipal MMPWi TTTW fWWW rWWWT TTTfW TTTW fWW9 fW PVF s realization, Need. the Editor of The to see that woms K to be represents jwgettes who pose .law last nd ir sex and are its ny.of us have beei In our youth, bul found peace of iders it enemltjl by thelft f I of us, have found thei ,paths. I never ng things was old law of expe iiietbliiK. wIIl usefuf time-- : re- Id ft that them, ll counts smootu- I which Life ben we accept u re and incliuall that uien show ttelligence over perception and is very obvious iuMtovery mi are by best I. ic only way In ve ever fperiorlty Ib in their :ceptance this point rajkubtedly uj are nc countlnuq well be will publid under tk en that they the duties ling If the iitl won't 1, but ami has to take care of the children and home, and it is not an unusual thing in this enlightened country to see a father struggling in the courts ugainst his wife and her frieuds for the right to protect his daughter. The strong woman was not invented in the twentieth crntury nor in America. Her price was above rubies ns long ago as Solomon, tit. Monica was a strong woman, so were Queen Louise of Prussia, and Florence Nightingale. As every one must, they "found their strength in limitations" and iu pouring their whole strong natures into that for which tVey were best endowed. I don't doubt, I never have coubted, that women could by coinb.ued effort wrest much of their power from men, but I do int admit that advisability, and I most 'firmly believe that we should py a heavier price thau we could' afford. It ,al) resolves itself into a question of "Is Jhe priie too high for the good I am sure that it lis, and will always conscientiously use what email influence I have, and ray children listen to me against it. I, entirely agree with Martha Mc Cullech-WilHarVery much the same expeiieuce befell we about the A number of ubi9.ni tous small boy. crowded on a car. The small verucd by instinct and happily deviHU maternal instrnetlou in mat- UrsM Lq Hteueis, fought valieotly fnr a got it. I WM ovmt fr&tti Md ,'tuchtd M14r and ns. said to him: "I don't believe you saw thaf old lady standing, did you?" The poor little fellow turned crimson and got up at once, while several people smiled who had been looking at him with disgust. It wasn't the child's fault. The manners are the women's business, but the women in this country are so hopeless.ly dominated by the masculine ideal thnt they fail to assert themselves. j I have lived iu less modern countries for fifteen years and have seen poverty made beautitul and life uiaue smoother only by the wisdom of the women. And they are not less capable than ours, bread wlnuers and home makers as a matter of course, often highly educated as well, but wotneu and wives and mothers first, always ready to sacrifice power to their deeper interest. There more is less -- THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD An : 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through threo panics and puid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Novor scaled a check. absolutely Safe Place (o do Business. EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 3 per cent on Time Deposits t 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 I will add another anecdote: Iu Rome one day au aged peasaut woman too.c long in getting off the car, and she said tu the handsome youth who, as conductor, was htlplng her: 'I am old, my Bon." He raised his hat with a sweet smile and replied, "We'll all be old soms day, mother." It was a charming incident. 1 think as our race grows older it also will grow wfser in these ways. Julia T. Waterman. By HeaS, N. J., July 1. Your County Fair. Don't overlook showing your stock at the county fair. It is one of the best places for the stock man and the general farmer to compare the merits of the different breeds of stock and also for tnem to see the advancement being made by you in your herd and it will bring' you good returns for the time and mosey expended. Make it a point to shew your stock to your own neighbor-lu- g fairs. j RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have hira explain the special "Farmers Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH UnoerperaUd.) COMPANY i Subcrib Right Now. THE BRECKENRIDGE m. . NEWS, CO. BAIIAGE SONS' PUBLISHING that, by a great majority, he is the nominee of the Democratic patty. With sin right good will ami cerity we proclaim and Acclaim him whole-hearte- d Ieeucd Every Wednesday. leader. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911 Subscription Prico $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per Ijno, and 5 cents' for cnch ad ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per 'line, monoy in advance. Examino the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. The Republican party of Kentucky at their State Convention held in Louisville Tuesday nomirated Judge- O'Rear for Governor. This lins bteri predicted for tome time, and he is the choice of the Republicans of the State for tills- office. Judge O'Rear is a roan of ability, but the combined strength of his party cannot elect him to this office this year. The pretext State administration has been n great disappointment to the people, and they will turn the whole thin? down m November by electing a full Democratic ticket, with McCreary in the lead. McCrcary is a man of great experience in public affairs, and ho has the ability to copo with any man tho Re publicans can rut forward. The State ought to go twenty thousand Democratic this fall. The Democratic Campaign Committee of this State has invited some very earnest speakers to come into the State this year and whoop things :p for McCieary. It is believed that McCrenry's majority will be something like twenty thousand; but the old Democ racy is to bo aroused, not only for the present campaign, but also for 1912. Such men as Wm. J. Bryan, of Nebraska; Woodrow "Wilson, of New Jersey; John Sharpc "Williams, of Mississippi; Henry D. Clayton, of Alabama; Gov. Judaon Harmon, of Ohio,' have already consented to jpeak in the State this year. It will boa great inspira tion to the Democrats to have men of such ability to speak for them in this campaign. "We want to make a Hiiggestion regarding the good roads movement at Irvington. That is that the women organize a Good Roads Club and push the matter. Women are the greatest factors in any movement for tho benefit and uplift of a community': They have inaugurated good roads clubs in other places and worked them successfully. "We are sure the good women, .the enterpr.sing women and home improvement women from Irvington to Custer will be glad, to help in this good cause. The home battle Immediately before us has the greater significance and moment because of the state of parties in the country at large and its relation to next year's national battle. It is as a skirmish In force before a general en gagement. From it we shall not be able to eliminate the transcendent issues which will determine the presiden tial election. From it we shall not be able to eliminate the issues made by the Demociats in the Lower House of Congress with the Republicans o: the Upper. If the Republicanstould carry Kentucky this year it would be to them the herald of coming victory in the larger field next year. They would hall it, and rightly hail it, as a turning of the tide now setting against them. Correspondingly, it would deliver black eye to the Democrats of the whole cQuntry, discourage the efforts of the Democrats In Congress to secure us better government .along with reduced taxation and lower cost of living, and hearten every Trust and Trust Magnate in the land. Happily, In Kentucky, we are a united party; thrice happily we are to be led by a man whp needs no introduction and knows not what fac- tionlsm is; just an old fashioned Demo crat from Wayback, a Democrat with out fear and without reproach. The Courier-Journentertains not a doubt of the result. We shall elect the ticket "hands down." The stars in their courses fight at last for Democ racy. The streams as they sweep on ward to the sea are freighted with Den ocrats, not with Republican, hopes. The" time has come for a change of parties in the State and in the Nation There is none other way to reach and to remedy evils that are seen and known of all men. McCreary will not lose a Democratic vote. He ought to receive the solid independent vote. He has been often tried and never found want ing. He is safe, sane and upright. The people have always known where to place him. They take no risks after nearly a generation in sendinc him back to Frankfort, and there they will send him, no matter whom the Repub licans put up against him. So, sound the bold anthem and whilst the band" plays "Hail to the Chief," let Brother Addams and Brother Blackburn conduct Brother McCreary to the grand stand. Henry Watterson in Courier-Journa- l. al 1 At Less T Dry Goods, Clo m Cost! We have sold our stock oi ic It is to be eht to reduce turned over Aueust 1st. tjve will offer the stock and in order to everything at and below co g, Hats, Shoes and dons to a point that u:d the goods or tn iae in fact, every article will be marl will compel you to buy whether not. Be sure and come and see have to offer. Accounts and Pro uChecks All outstanding accounts not paii byigust 1st will be 1 placed in the hands of our attorn Collection. m Bring your produce checks ii )b August 1st as we cannot redeem them after that m m W. C. jVIo man The Breckinridge AUGUST 22, 23, $100 Saddle Stake $100 Harness Stake $100 Derby Stake i i nty Fair Our old friend, Ed Shelman, who was one of tho strong workers for Addams, and had as much to do with securing the large vote for that highly esteemed Democrat in this county as any man in it, is tin jit, 1 In ve your senses? When two of them, taste and smell, having now wm king just as hard for McCreary and the whole ticket. He beeu impaired if not utterly destroyed, by Nasal Catarrh, by says the ticket will win, not only in tho State but in Breckenridge my s vream lialm, re fully restored tliat can you doubt county. Mr. Shclnian's loyalty to Democracy and the ticket is to be this remedy deserves all that has been commended. All Demociats should and will get in line with Mr. said of it by the thousands who have used it ? It is applied directly to the af Shelman. fected and begins its heal ing work at once. Whv not get it "Work on the Webster Stone Company's plant, near Irvington, All druggists or Bros. is progressing nicely. They have just completed a well of fine water 56 Warren Street, mailed by Ely teceipt, XewYoik, on which will give them all the water they need. The concrete founda- of 5O cents. to-da- BiggerMnatter than ever. ire purses. !a Something Doing all the Time. Reducel Write for Catalogue! on all Railroads A. T. Beard. Prest. Jno. M.1 m an, Sec'yv tions for their engine and crusher are all finished, and the machinery is being placed read' for running by August 1. This will bo one of the finest plants in the county, and will give employment to a number of men when in full operation. T T Island, about 8 o'clock, Tuesday morn We are indebted to Mrs. George Lyddan, of Irvington, while on ing. He had been ill for several months of tuberculosis. He was a fine young the train, for a piece of the finest fried chicken we have had in a man, son of Colon Harris at this place. long time. Mrs. Lyddan knows how to raise chickens; how to pre- The funeral was.held Thursday, at the M. E. church here. Mr. Harris leaves pare them and how to cook them. She is a model housekeeper. a wife, father, sister and Chailio Hook, miller at the Irvington mills, says tho present to mourn bis loss, besides many friends. crop of wheat is ono of the best' ho ever saw. It is all testing right Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meckert. of Owensboro, spent the Fourth here with up to tho top. You can look for good flour now ho says. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cockrell. Wm. Anspach. of Toledo, O. is here Tho Breckenridge News this week is tho best printed exchange visiting friends. that we have seen in a long time. Loitchfield Gazette. Miss Emma Sanders, of Kansas City, who has been(here visiting her mother No use to ask God to save your boy after you have voted for the returned home Friday. things that will ruin him. Farm Journal. Wallace Weatherholt, of Indianap olis, has returned home, after ten days Tho special edition issued by the Mndisonvillo Hustler was visit with his parents here. Misses Veva Winchell, May Leaf, splendid. Wlllia and Verda Polk, Beatrice Payne and Naomi Simons spent the Fourth in A line rain hero Monday put everybody in a good humor. half-broth- Mr. Alfred Harris Dropped Dead People in this town don'l know how much thev are missing by NOTICE. At His Home Al Rock Island. not attending the Sunday services at the Methodist church. Rev. Please-dnot ask us to send you the Buried There. Lewis never fails to have something that is good for his hearers. He News withput paying for it cash in adtells us in his own good way things that will help us to live, help us vance. John D. Babbage. to think and help us to become better men and better women. His Alfred Harris, aged twenty two years Hropped dead at his home. at Rock church should be crowded'at every service. No Potato Famine. o Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Boultinghouse, of Tell City, spent the Fourth here with relatives There is no chance for a potato famine says the Cincinnati Pro duce News. New Jersey and Long Island are about ready to supply all demands. Tho high prices will not prevail a great while. Tho American crop may bo a trifle short, still wo do not believe there will be any necessity for importing stock this winter. NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free Ii v. aIII I LJi in 4. Thanks Mr. Pile. CASH AND CUPID are very James B. McCreary. The 15th of last August, referring to the candidacy of the former Governor and Senator McCreary, which had been announced the day before, the Courier-Journ- al said: "The announcement qf the Hon. James B. McCreary us a candidate for Governor of Kentucky makes a triangular contest for the Democratic nomination to be determined a little less than a year hence, Congressman Johnson and Mayor Head being 'already in the field. It might be considered invidious of the Courier-Journ- al to say 'the more the merrier,' though it is quite likely that before the lists nre closed there will be other entries. It goes without saying that the and will both enliven the canvass and complicate the probabilities. He is an old campaigner, has a large and influential following, and, when he shies his castor in the ring, it means business. As has often been said in these columns, the Courier-Journplays no favorites. It will not be thought amiss of us, however, if we sav of a very old and highly-regarde- d friend that he made a good Governor when he was Governor, a good Senator when he was Senator, and that he is a Demo, crat and a citizen of the highest characal ter and quality." Committed to the individual crats, the Courier-Journ- al ambi- tious of no man, noncommittal as between the rivalries of individual Demo- felt that it could say no less of an eminent and distinguished Kentuckiun who, through forty years of diligent and acceptable public service, had won the respect of s his and brought honor to the State. It can say no lew now fellow-citizen- Hawesvllle. Wesley Steele, of Cloverport, is here est print, and best of the District pavisiting friends. Let OUR Bank. pers I've'seen coming to this office. Thomas Hyde, of Indianapolis. Is here We pay 1 interest on T'Sposits. Respectfully, visiting relatives. Joel H. P'le. THE BANK OF HARDINSgUM TRUST CO,, Mrs. Hugh Finch returned home to C. of Ben Johnson, Washington, D.C. her home in Coffeyvllle, Kans. after Hirdlnsburl Kjl spending several weeks here with rel "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a atives. success If you use Lewisport BEST Jflour." Mrs. Jno. Lyons is no better. Todd of Frankfort, are visitors of Miss Mrs. Chas. Hawkins of Decatur. 111. ed under the shad Maggie Scott and Miss Fannie Hard is here having been called to attend the BEWLEYVILLE away. funeral of her brother, Alfred Harris. ATM man, Wrather Jo The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs, has co, Miss Gertrude Thrasher is up again stay at the home A party, of about forty people, chao- after a few weeks Illness of typhoid eroncd by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury, Tom Stith was the scene of a pleasant and M?e by Bandy. ,8 occasion June a3rd. when the many fever. wrs. will take a boat trip to Cincinnati, relatives and Robinson W. to the number of friends James Winchell returned to his work Monday. Kentuck ted Laura Stith at Cloverport, Monday,after being home Mrs. D. C. Moorman, Mrs. Frank Pey ninety gathered to assist in celebrat- at Bewlel Thursday July ing the of their children. several days sick. ton, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hardaway and For the firit time all the childreh, elev the meet ake and or Miss Grace Allen, of Louisville, has Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hardaway attenden In number, were at home together. served been visiting Mrs. Q. K. Groves. ed the funeral of their mother, Mrs. A fine dinner, with lots of riell cfclck- Miss TV! lithof Louisvill f Ernest Weatherholt has returned Tom Hardaway, Moaday the 3rd. itlng her U, Mr. en, (Mr. StUttf you should ha seen home from CofTeyvllle, Kans. Mr. Walter Jeffers tad Mbs Lillian th ) ckes ice cream ar inon- - Stith. j Since writing you this Dear.News: morning I've received a bundle contain Ing last three N03. of the News. Thank you. It Is the brightest looking, neat- Cupid, oflen. At any rale, providinififortfcnd Besides. PLEASURES can come to yoftandeBin you journey inrougn lire, you always sytu-Whame i cm. iuur niuiiey mil grim rapicw in n goodfrien;l'hen Cash leaves, sa children is a Banklie w, greater number,,. you make audi fc - tra. s C horiie-comln- g I Jes, AM . . Wanted 3s fal sheep and beef cattle for Masonic Barbecue. H. L. Stader. Mrs Joe Fallon and children, of Owensboro vs. Clowport Fordsville, are visiting Mrs. A. Fallon. Mrs, Rosfcoe Severs will arrive toEhTs Cnam Balm day to visit Mr. and Mrs. D H. Severs. M fWeklt tbiorbed. West End Ball Park Mm Rtlltl at Once. Mrs John Ridge and ton, Vernon It cleanses, soothes, Gault, are visiting relatives in LouisMr. Raymond Dowell, clerk for B. F. ls and protects ville. Mm dlftAea mem. Beard Co. , has returned from his vabrone resulting from Catarrh and drive Mr. and Mrs. J no. Lawson and son, cation, mray a Cold In the Head quickly. Restores John Arthur, spent Sunday In Louis, Hm Senws of Ttwto and Bmell. Amos Board left Sunday fora week's Full size W cts. at Druggists or by mall. Liquid vllle. vacation, Oream Balm for use in atomizers 75 eta. Misses Susie and Rosa Newton have Misse9 Nelson are the guests of their Wy Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. returned from ft two week's visit In cousin, Mr. Cirtyton Heard. Henderson. Jno. l Has well Jr., came home Fri THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Misses. Rosie and Josie Hall and day for a few.days visit and to be presADVERTISING BY THE Frank Miller spent the Fourth in ent at the Republican Convention. Hawesville. Mrf, Molllc De Jarnctte has returned Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and son, Hugh from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Bell, GENERAL OFFICES Barrett, are here visiting Mr, and Mrs. Stcphensport. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO D, H. Severs. BRANCHES PI AIL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES . Davis Uowell has rented Jno. P. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Bowmer leave Harwell's house and will move in the this week for a several weeKs visit in first of August. 15je Breckenridge News North Carolina. Miss Neta Heard has returned to LouMrs. Robt. Pierce has returned homo isville, after a visit to relatives and from a visit in. Louisville, Pevvee Valley WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911 friends. and West Point. Miss Bernice Withers is at home Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and daughter R4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS after a visittoMrs. Bell, Stephensport Jane, arq in Hardinsburg the guests of Little Miss Dewey DeJarnette is Mrs. Herbert Beard. very sick. 2.C0 For Precinct and city Offices L. J. Irwin and W. O. Hensley, of v For County Offices $5 00 the Henderson Route, paid a visit to Mrs, Jane Gibson has returned home 1 f OC Tfnr tttntff Ptnl nlctrtot nffifOC after a visit to her son, Mr. Larkin the News Office last week. Gibson. 10 For Calls, per line Mr. and Mrs. Vachael Hlnton, of For Cards, per line .10 Louisville, were visitors of Mr. r Mrs. Jno. D. Shaw spent Saturday in and For All Publications in the interLouisville. I5 E. Scott last week. Mrs. est of individuals or expression Mr. Lum M,cGlll. of Louisville, came Mrs. Sam E. Bishop left Sunday to of individual views per line".... .10 down Saturday, for a visit to relatives visit her mother, Mrs. N. J. Jewell, of 4 Mill Rutriy 8ATARRH rod Base Ball I W 3l r 1 KUc-roo- Sunday, July X6 ts. hen-hom- For Sale Cottage. COIt SAf.K cottage! line shade. e, Rood, col Inr, (rod cMcrn. hum, poultry yard, pood well of water In o.irn lot. Hnc place In town to raise poultry, fjooo p'titure for cow, hoc nnd horse. O roe and lake a look tefore buying elsewhere Thoi Smith, Stoplieinport, Ky. For Sale. One Foil M.l.lj UMll (IHAlfl It Engines. Urt... 16tinII. II llX. If Hill, CUUfctillUlU I. pnclnes In Rood condition, ami will be sold at m vr uncus on tasy terns. Address Sltnm. Thomas, lliiwcsvllle. Ky. SALE-Trac- tlon 1 Good Selection of Hot Weather Goods for You Silk Hosiery, Mesh B. V. D. Underwear Parasols, Fans, For Sale COIt PALK A li horse power stationery 1 Oas Ermine; Wntklm rake. in Rood repair. Ilnckinrldci' nuws Cloverport, Ky. For Sale COK SA Alor timtfes and kinds ' of legal blanks. IlrixkcnrldRo allNews, Clorcrport. Ky. LE-Ile- cos, ' Scholarship In the Howling Green University. Rood In any debart' nit in in unii. university. lirecKenruiRO aews, Cloverport, Ky. For Sale pOIt SALR-Soholars- hlp' Handkerchiefs, Soft Shirts, Soft Collars, Four-in-Han- d Ties 10c up We your nearest druggist, but we may, not be 1 Reduction in Straw Hats. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senntor, OLLIE M. JAMES, of Crittenden. For Governor, JAMES B. McCREARY, of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor, E. J. McDERMOTT, v of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS G. RHEA, of Logan.-F- or Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette. For Attorney Geueral, JAMES GARNETT, of Adair. For Secretary of Stale, C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public . In- struction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford, For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of Franklin. LOCAL BREVITIES Mrs. Forrest Pate is very sick. Try the Home Bakeries fresh rolls. Virgil Hill was in Louisville Sunday All kinds of pies at the Home Bakery. Fred Pierce was in Louisville Saturday. Good coffee cakes 'Bread bolting success is guaranteed honor of Miss Lillie Muir Waller, of if you use the Leviport BEST Flour." Morganfield. Sold by J. H. Gardner. MisA Virginia McGavock has returnHenderson Route Notes. ed home after a several weeks stay with her aunt, Mrs. L"ucy McGavock, at the McGavock Homestead. Catholic Church. Picnic. Mr and Mrs. West Merritt, of TobStanley, Ky. July 19, $1.14 round trip lnsport, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller from Cloverport. Tickets good to' reand children spent the Fourth in Can turn same day. nelton with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Merritt. Miss Margaret Carter has returned Masonic Picnic, West Point. home from an extended visit in Louisluly 22, $2.08 from Cloverport. Tickt ville and Irvington. She was accomets good to return same day. panied by her neice and nephew, Ellen and Edmund Carter, of Irvington. Reduced Rates to Atlantic City and Misses Purel Ahl, of Holt, Ada and return July 20 and Aug. 2. Anna Merritt, of Tobinsport; Mrs. Wessley Merritt and children, .Allen Reduced Rates to Niagara Falls July and Mike, of Tobinsport; Mrs. Jim 3l, Aug.ll, Aug I5. Blackford and son, Henry Allen, of De- paw, Ind., and Miss Lucy Hall were, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller last LOWER TENDENCY week. Sulphur Wells, who is very ill. Mrs. Wilburn Gregory and son, of Louisville, have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bohler. The Owensboro base ball team, will play the Hardinsburg team on July 15 and Cloverport on July 10. The Owensboro base ball team Athe- letics will play the Hardinsburg team on July 15 and Cloverport on July 16. Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, and Mrs. Virgil Fountaine, of Louisville, were the guests of Mrs. Emma Skillman Thursday. Misses Myrtle and Bessie Tate and brothers, Hubert and Thurman, of Kirk, attended the ice cream supper at Hites Run. Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps gave a boat party last Thursday evening in Athe-letlcs and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton left Sun day for a visit to Texas and Oklahoma. While they are gone Mrs.Minor Comp ton will be with their children. Mr and Mrs. Silas Miller and son, Robert, came over from Cloverport and attended the Red Men's picnic, Tuesday July 1. Miss Isabel Gardner has returned from the meeting of the Epworth League at Elizabethtown. On her way home she stopped off at Upton and made a visit to Bro. CundiiTand family. Mrs. David Penick and children are the guests of Mr.J.B.Stith. Mrs.K.C Richardson and son, Saxton, are the visitors of Mr.P.M. Beard and family. try to come the nearest pleasing you GIBSON & SON steady small supply occasioned market; selected, IG5 pounds and up celling at $0.80; 120 to 105 pounds $0.70; pigs $0.45 down; roughs $G. 05 down. The market closed slow and weak in sympathy with other markets. Sheep and Lambs Keceipts head. The quality wa genera 1J ly very common and the market was slow in opening. There was nothing sold up to the time of going to press, but the indications were that prices would be lower. The prospects were that the bulk of the best lambs here would $G 75; had there been at $0.25 choice heavy Central Ken- any 11 I. 11 cucKy iamo.s uero iney wouiu sen higher; seconds $4.25 $4.75; culls $2.50 $3; fat sheep steady at $3.25 down; medium and com mon sheep very dull. 11 7,-71 1 J. C. NOLTE Sc BRO Plaster CLOVERPORT, KY. Lumber We aim to maintain. the best assorted stock df thoroughly seasoned, correctly graded lumber that can bo, obtained. Our stock of AVe are headquarters for the best grade of plaster See us manufactured. before you buy. We also wnntto talk to you on the subject of Lath WEST POINT BRICK & LUMBER CO. WEST Lime FOINT, KENTUCKY has been carefully selected and we know that you will be highly pleased if you place your order with us. We also We can give you homo good "pointers" on that score and will be glad to doit. us. Come in and see We hell only the carry a fine stock of clear Red Cedar best and most popular brand of 11 Shingles Cement THE SILVER DOLLAR. at the Home HARDINSBURG IN LAMB MARKET Many Changes In Its Design Since It Was First Issued. Bakery. John Felix Jarboe spent Sunday in Louisville. Mrs. "Win. Allen is ill at. her home in Oak street. , 'Mrs. Noel is ill at her home on the East Side. Miss Virginia Hill has returned from a visit in Evansville. returned from a Mrs. Rodgers-ha- s visit to Toblnsport. An ice cream supper will be given at Big Spring July 15. Mrs. Joe Allen, who has been very sick, is some better. Pauley Bros, have opened a meat shop on Main street. Y,ou can get nice, fresh rdlls and buns .t T t Tl ai ine numo caKery. Miss Francis Smart, of Hites Run; is Visiting in Toblnsport. Mrs. Graham Jolly and children have returned from Tell City. J . W. Steele enjoyed a pleasant trip (in Toblnsport last week. Mrs. Sam Bishop Is. seriously ill at her home on the East Side. Miss Btulah Ahl, of HitesTRun, is visiting Miss Minnie Embry. Miss Ethel Matthews, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mrs. Napper. DrJwChas. Lighttoot was in Hawes-vill- e several, days last week. Clovas Bowlds has accepted a posi tion in the Hawesville bakery. Mrs. Wick Moorman has returned jme from a visit to Versailles. Mrs, J no. Newton spent the week end it Jolly Station with relatives. Mrs. Leonard Oelze and son, Robert, visiting in Louisville, ave . Newman, the new baker, makes Jviw. coffee cakes and rolls. .1 ...lit Burns, or .vaDkvtiio, wins ine . in . . . . i tv. it r - Mr. M. D, Beard went to Louisville Hogs Open Steady, But Close Tuesday. The next day he was joined Weak-Cat- tle Steady and a by his father, Mr. B. F. Beard, family and Mrs. Judith DeJarnette, all of Point Higher. whom went to Lake Winona for a two weeks stay. Louisville, July 11. Cuttle Mr. R. S. Skillman has been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jno. D. Shaw for The receipts were light, 1,179 several days. head. Pretty good buying crowd Little Miss Elnora Roberts on visited out and tlio market in some inher grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- stances was better than had been sley, last week. anticipated. A scant supply of . A. Walker spent two days In good to choice butcher cattle gave Louisville last week. opportunity to elevate Miss Katie Stith has returned from a salesmen an on that class, visit to her sister, Mrs.Staten, Bowling the price but the medium and common Green. kinds were slow and unMr. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloe and grass-fe- d daughter, Miss Catherine, were visitors improved. The feeder and stocker in Louisville last week. trade was quiet with last week's If you want to save inoneyitu buying close. Bulls dull; cannors draggy; Jewelry, call on T, C. Ltwis,,he old remilch cows slow. The feeling was liable jeweler, on choice shipping steors. Editor C, C. Brock was the guest of steady in Bowling Green, for the Pons pretty well cleared, but we friends don't think so much of the outFourth. Mrs. George Wolfe and children are look, as today's advance was octhe guests of Mrs. M. H. Beard. casioned by a light supply and Mr. Robert J. Ball has returned to his should bo regarded as being only home in Louisville, alter a visit to temporary. friends and relatives here. Quotations: Prime export steers James Howard Gardner Jr., and C.L. $5.5005.70; shipping steers $5 Beard Jr. ,attended the wheat threshing at Mr. A. N. Sklllman's Thursday and 5.50; beef steers $45.50; fat took dinner with Wilson and Morris heifers $45.40;fatcows $34.85; Jolly. cutters cannors $102; bulls Born, July 3, to the wife of Rev. M, $2.5004; feeders $3.7005; stackL, Dyer, a son. Another Methodist ers $2.5001.75; choice milk cows preacher. $35042.50; common to fair milkMiss Bertha Walls has returned ers $15035. home from Bowling Green, where she Calved Receipts 158 head. The has been attending school. market ruled slow. Choice light For Dental work see Dr. Walker. Miss Lilian Hook is at home from a veals 606&c; medium 50Cc; common 2J5c. visit to West Baden. Hogs H'eceipts 1,508 head. An Mrs. Philip McGary, of Wet Baden, Go to the HaMiakery for your &orrTVywman, baker, visiting her father, Mr. Squirm. is urgeut demand in the face of a bfd. J Dr.-W- 10loc The silver dollar has undergone n grent many changes since It was put In circulation In 1794. On the face of the first dollar there was stamped th'j head of a young woman turned to the right and with hnlr (lowing, as if sbo was In a gale of wind. But In 170U congress came to her relief and ordered her hnlr to bo tied up with n bit of ribbon. The fifteen stars which appeared on the first dollar were after this reduced to the original thirteen In recognition of the number of states. In 1S30 the design was again changed, nnd the dollar boro tho flguro of a woman dressed In a flowing garment Tho designer forgot, however, to put In tho thirteen stars, nnd the coin was soon called In. tho new design having tho woman surrounded by stars. ITer air was defiant and stiff looking, and In 1S38 dollars were Issued which were more artistic In treatment. Tho first dollars bearing tho motto, "In God We Trust," were coined In April, 1804, and In 1S73 tho era of tho trade dollar began, lasting Just flvo years. Tho Liberty dollar made Ha appear-ancin 1878. Miss Anna W. Williams, n public school teacher of Philadelphia, sat for tho portrait. St. Louis o Globe-Democra- Hi FIGURES M(,Er HfF. .0'-t- a. DIR IIOII' II.1KO IT IIIILS rOV II ILL fl .iRB f.iST TOIR MIME LAT AI1L fOR OLD AGE AXD tC IURP THE CHARITY ATH ES OR I K1E BOOK 'II EP voi' Kson-TO IT IS - 11 oil' ISVEI'ESVEST RlOF L Ot cRomso V THE UGl KLS POSITS lK LIAR WEEKLY HAVE SO ACCOVT-STA- roi is r xK UE I h rou T TO 'DAT ( p BANK IhiTi OF CLOVERPORT i r 3 Liabilities . t. FARMERS BANK Hardinsburg, Ky. At tho close of business Juno 30, 1911 Bills discounted Stocks and Bonds Cash and duo from Banks Keal Statement of the Condition of the $23; bn to start with. "Now, understand, this Is a concession torou ulono nnd must be regarded as subtly confidential. If you tell a soul In tho house that I hare made a reduction In your favor I shall have to chargo tho original price." Within two wcehs rents had gono up. "Mrs. Smith Sure of a fyfre- An enterprising woqMn who rents several npartmeuts in a new building and sublets them furnished, room by room, has profited at tho rate of several hundred dollars n year by wom an's propensity for telling everything sho knows. To each applicant for a room sho named an exorbitant prion Resources . 80.24' 40 Capital stock 3,280 00,! Surplus I Banking house and lot Furniture and FixOverdrafts Total Estate 12,504 231 Duo other banks 434 55 Deposits , 1,000 00 875 00 175 25 Undivided Profits $15,000 00 7,000 00 53 02 .. 410 53 70,041 88 $98,511 43 Total tures... $98,511 43 TT tells me," said the astuto landlady to each gossiping tenant, "that you told her you pay only $3 for your room Instead of $7." And as no one was in a position to plead sot guilty the additional- - rental wax New York Times. added to surplus out of the earnings the last six months. Very respectfully, a dividend of 8 per cent placed to stockholders' credit and $1,000 We present tho above statertent aud solicit your patronage; exacted. JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier o 1 The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN CopyrUM. 1910. , By Ann Knharlnt Rohlfi Whispering Pines tueir Mtrunge protuowuuce now) mm recklessly bent on flight, vras halfway across tho floor when my feet wero stayed 1 wonder my reason was not unseated by a sudden nnd tremendous attack on tho great door below, min gled with loud cries to open which ran thundering through the bouse, calling up Innumerable echoes from Its dead and hidden corners. It was tho police. The wild night, tho biting storm, bad been of no avail. An alarm had reached headquarters, and all hopo of escape on my part was nt an end. Vet, because at such crises Instinct rises superior to reason, I blew out tho cnndlo and softly made my way into the hall. I bad remembered the window opening over a shed at the head of the kitchen staircase. I could reach it from this rear hall by Just a turn or two, nnd onco on that shed a short leap would land mo on the ground, after which I could easily trust to the storm to conceal my flight across the open golf links. It wns worth trying, ut least. Anything was better than being found In the house with my murdered betrothed. I hn'd no reason to think that I was being sought or that my presenco in this building was even suspected. It was In tho houso or had been in tho nllght well be that the police wero for the largest number of actual cures house only tho two women. A stick even ignorant of the tragedy awaiting of female diseases. or two still smoldered on the hearth- them across the threshold of the door In the ashes lay some scat- they seemed intent on battering down. through It to where tuese mcu stood stone. tered fragments of paper which The gleam of a candle burning In this weighing the chances in which my crumbled ut my touch. On tho floor closed up house or even the tale told life and honor were involved and In front I espied only a stray hairpin. by the rising smoke may have drawn those if one other of whom 1 dared Everything else was In place through- them from the rontl to Investigate. not think. With a spring I reached the window out tho rootn except the cushions and ballroom, aud it In It tnat Horror on uie lounge, wnlflhg tbo by which I hoped to escape nnd quick was was darkllttlo the so in the cor only a less ' 1 tiad so far rofraiued ly raised it. A torrent of snow swept second look ridor. All the light was in that room. from giving It. In. covering my face and breast in But I still slid along the wall like a It 'Ut cnlnntlilnr I ..,-x ltd UUlLilllUri IliUl That look I could no longer with . n fnntTUint muim. ill ' thief, with eyes set aud ears agape 1 hold. must know the depth of the It cleared my brain, nud I remembered any chance word which might gulf over which tiung. I must not my poor horse standing In this blind- - for wrong with a thought one Who had ing gale under cover of the snow reach me. Suddenly I beard one. It was this, uttered i smiled upon me like un angel of light packed pines. Every one knew my with a decision fh iifflr. n young girl. too. with the dew of inI could commit no greater horse. wmcn had tue nocence on her beauty to every eye but folly than to flee by the rear fields strange effect of mine and only not to mine within while such a witness to my presence lifting my head Bhall 1 say ten awful minutes? I remained In full view in frontWith and making a would look again and perhaps discover i no sensation or n trappca animal I man of mo again: that my own eyes had been nt fault: tecloscd iho window and cast about "That settles It that there were no marics on Adelaide's for a safe corner where I could lie lie will And it 1 throat, or. If marks, not Just the ones concealed until learned what had hard to escape my fancy had painted there. brought these men here and how after this." Turning, I let my glance fall Urst on much I really had to fear from their He! 1 had been the feet I had not noted them before, presence. dreading to hear and I wns startled to see that the arc1 had but little time in which .to u nhe. Yet why? tics in which they were clad were tilled choose. Tho door below had just givWho savo myway. and a party of at least three nil around with snow. She had walked en self could know then ns the other was walking now men were already stamping their feet that Carmel had she who detested every effort and free from snow in the hall. I did not been within these was of such delicate make that exer- - llko the tone of their voices; it was Woeful walls toI FIND IIEIt LTO'O tlon .of unusual kind could not readily j too low nnd steady to suit mo: I had night? Relieved UCKE DEAD." bo associated with her. Mud she come rather have heard drunken cries or a by the discovery. alone or in Carmel's company, nnd, if burst of wild hilarity than these stern 1 Orew myself up and stepped quickly In Carmel's company, on what osten- and purposeful whispers. Men of res- forward into tho room where the two sible errand If not that of death? Her olution could, have but one errand here. olticiuls Btood. My hands were clean dress, which was of dark wool, showed My doom was closing round me. 1 of this murder, and, allowing the surethat she bad changed her garments could only put off the fatal moment ty of this fact to take a foremost for this trip. I had seen her at dinner, But It was better to do this than to place In my mind. I faced theso men, and this was not the gown she bad plunge headlong into the unknown fate and with real feeling, but as llttlo disworn then the gown in which she awaiting me. play of it as possible I observed: had confronted me during those few I knew of a possible place of concea"You have como to my aid In a critintolerable minutes when 1 could not lment It was in tho ballroom not far ical moment This is my betrothed meet her eyes. Nothing spoke of the from where 1 stood. I remembered wiff the woman I was to marry dinner party or of her having been the spot well. It was at the top of aud I find her lying here dead in this dragged here unaware, but all of pre- a little stolrcuso leading to tho musi- rlovd and lonely house. What does vious intent and premeditation. Surely cians' gallery. A balustrade guarded It mean? I know no more than you do." hopo was getting uppermost. If I bud this gallery, supported by a boarding The two men eyed me quietly; then dreamed the marks wldo enough to hide a man lying be- I'vllceman nexford. whom I knew, But, no! There they were, unmistak- hind It at his full length. It would pointed to my shoeless feet and sternly able and damning. Just where' tho offer me the double advantage of con- retorted: breath struggles up. I put my own cealment and an unobstructed view of "Permit me to doubt your last thumbs on these two dark spots to seo whnt went on In tho hall through tho You seem to bo in better poIf, when What was It a lightning main doorway opening directly oppo- sition than ourselves to explain tho stroke or a call of fate which oue site. 1 could reach this ballroom and circumstances which puzzle you." must nnswer while sense remains? I its terminal gallery without going They were right. It was for mo to felt my head pulled around by some around to this door. A. smaller ono talk, not for them. But hero emotion unseen force from behind and met communicated directly with the corri- seized me. and I 'almost broke down. Glaring Into mine through tho glass of dor in which was then lurking, and 1 was In a position ujuch more dreadthe window a pair of burning eyes. toward this 1 now made my way with ful than nny they could imagine or Or was it fantnsy? For in another mo- all the precaution suggested by my should bo allowed to. ment they were gone. But the possi- desperate situation. No man ever movTheir silence led mo to examlno bility of a person having seen me in ed more lightly. The shoes which 1 loelr faces. Ilexford's mouth had this position before tho dead was had taken off In the lower hall wero nettled Into a stiff, straight line, and enough to startle me to my feet, and, yet iu my hand. 1 had caught them tho other man's woro a cynical smile though hi another instant I becamo up nfter replacing tho cushions on I not like. At this presage of the convinced that I had been the victim Adelaide's body. Even to my own alfflcultles "waiting me I felt ono of hajluciuatlon. 1 nevertheless made ' straining ears I made no perceptible strand of the rope sustaining me ,T ,,,, ,,,. . , baste to cross to tho wlnaow una take ubovo this yawning gulf of shame and a look through its dismal panes. A way. But stretched ,myself out at full length be- - Igr.omlny crack and give of blinding snow was sweeping ? , . hi tbn courage, which had served mo in fast, miking all things Indlstlngtdsh. t h,Dd1tu,e leaner extremities did not fall me now. he ower floor able, but the absence of balcony ont.,ow and. kueellug down before my dead l Ui I side was reassuring, and I stepped has- , tmtroMied. kissed her cold white' . ., br,ght?n; hand with sincere compunction before tily back, asking myself for ho first I10' d,arknu8a n wh cb dvanf,n& lnntera' ? u"dc.r time what I should do and where coming attempting the gnrbled and probnbly Bhould now go to insure myself from beard tho steps of two men totally Incoherent story with which 1 being called as a witness to tho awful down tho bull. It was a steady If not endeavored to explain the lnexplain-abl- o rapid approach, and I was quito occurrence which had just taken placo situation. for their presenco when they In this bouse. Something I must do to Thoy listened I will do them that savo myself tho anguish and Carmel tlnally reached the doorway opposito much Justice but it was with such the danger of my testimony In this and stopped to look in at what must an air of incredulity that my words to them a vast and matter. She must never know, tho bavo appeared fell with less and less continuity and world must never know, that I bad empty space. When 1 lifted my bead finally lost themselves in a confused again it was to catch a glimpse of their seen her here. Btammcr as I reached the point where elseI could not bo the death of two wom- Bldo fuces as they turned to look where for what they were plainly in 1 pulled tho cushions from tho couch en. Tho loss of one weighed heavily and made my ghastly discovery. enough upon my conscience. I would search of. An oath, muffled but stem, "You seo seo for yourselves what a .word abovo fly the place I would leave this srblch was tho firstncara lssuo xroin confronted mo. My betrothed a whisper that I baa ghastly And to tell Its own story. The their lips, told mo that they bad reach- dainty, 'delicate woman ueffS. alone, spot, the night was stormy, tho hour late, the room and bad como upon tho In this solitary, faraway spot a remote ono and tho road to it ed tho which lay victim of what? I usked myself then horror but llttlo used. I could easily escape, I ask myself now. 1 cannot underby my own Intolerable poBut it sition, drawn by a power I felt it im- stand it or those glasses yonder or and when the morrow came was tho present I must think of now possible to resist, I crept to my feet or those marks!" They were black by be igthis hour, this moment now came I took my staggering way down the this time unmistakable not to to stay bo long? In feverish haste I be- and dozen steps of the gallery and nored by tbem or by me. half gan to throw the pillows back over the thence along by the left hand wall "We understand those marks, and you ought to," came from the second quiet limbs, the accusing face. toward the farther .doorway and man, (he one JL did not. know. I aid tkoseeyea (I understood CHAPTER IL "orESl" mentioned poison as my was a natural IOAVD thought. Itundoubtedly of the result having noticed two small cordial glasses standing on a little tablo over against tho 0 replace. When I was conscious again of my own fears I crossed to tho tablo and peered into these glasses. They were not club Classes, and they both wero empty. However, they had not been so long. In each I found traces of anisette cordial, and. though no bottle stood near, I was very confident that it could readily be found somewhere in the room. What had preceded nnd followed the drinking of this cordial? Alas, there was but little more to seel A pair of curling irons lay on the hearth, but I bad no sooner lifted them than I dropped them with a shudder of unspeakable loathing, only to start at the uoise they made in Btriklng the tiles, for It was tho Belfsame noise I bad heard when listening from below. These tongs, set up against rhe .side of the fireplace, had been Jarred down by tho forcible shutting of the large front door, nnd no man other than myself Mr rtrtitf reft rorwarfl. My .tips re fused to speak the word. The vWon of the one woman bonding over the other was n maddening one. i snooK myself free from It by starting to my I gasped. feet "It's-lt'- s""She has been- - strangled," qooth nexford doggedly. the 'A dog's death," mumbled other. "You had better sit down," nexford suddenly suggested, pushing a chair my way. "Clarke, look up tho telephone and ask for three more men, I am going into this matter thorough' ly. Perhaps you will tell us whero E. To Lydla the telephone is?' be asked, turning my way. Vegetable Compound go tho room Scottville, Mich. " I want to tell toTho second man left" he did so to nexthe telephone. As you how much good LydiaE.rinkhama Idly watching, v oro ia Die com- ford lit tho candle. pound nnd Sanative for nothing now could mnko mo look wash have done me. nt tho lounge ngnln, I noticed tho can ,n I llvo on a fnrm and dlestick. It was of brass and have worked very style nnd workmanship a candlestick hard. I nm forty-flv- o to bo remembered, one of n pair, peryears old, nnd am (ho mother of haps. I felt my hair stir as I took in the thirteen children. details of Its shape and ornamentaMany people think tion. If its mate were In her house it strango that I am f No, no. no! I would not have it so. not broken down I could not control my emotion If I witli hard work and let my Imagination stray too far. The tho care of mv fam- - candlestick must bo the property of ilyi "but I tell them of my good friend, I It had only forgotten. your Vegetablo Compound, nnd that tho club. was bought when? While thinking, there will bo no backacho and bearing down pains for them if they will take planning. I wns conscious of eye fixed steadily upon mo. it as I have. I nm scarcely ever with-ou- t "Did you go Into the kitchen in it in the house. "I will say also that I think there is your wanderings below?" ho asked. no better medicino to bo found for I "No," began, but seeing that I young girls to build them up nnd make had made a mistake. 1 bungled nnd them strong and well. My eldest added weakly. "Yes; after matches." daughter has taken Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's "And did yon get them?" Vegetablo Compound for pain "Yes." fill periods and irregularity, and it has "In tho dark? You must have bad always helped her. always "I am good ready and willing to trouble in finding them?" speak a word for tho Lydia E. "Not at all. Only safety matches Pinkham's Remedies. I tell every ono aro allowed here, nnd they are put in I meet that I owe my health and ha- - a receptacle nt the side of each door. piness to these wonderful medicines." I bad but to open the kitchen door, Mrs. J. G. J oiixsoN.Scottville.Mich., feel along the jnmb, find the recep-tacl- o H.F.D. 3. and pull tho box out. I'm well Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made frpm nativo roots and used to nil parts of the houso." herbs, contains no narcotics or harm"Where did you light your first ful drugs, and y holds tho record match?" OWES HER HEALTH Pinkham's to Hex-ford- 's 1 to-da- "Upstairs." 1 1 ... - 1 "Not In tho kitchen?" "No. sir." "That's a pity. I thought you might' be able to tell mo how so many wine nnd whisky bottles came to be standing on the kitchen table." I stared at him. dazed. Then I re membered the two small glasses on the little table across tho room and instinctively glanced at them. But no whisky nnd been drunk out of them. The odor of anisette is unmistakable. "You carry tho key to tho wine cellar?" he asked. I considered a moment I did not know what to make of bottles on the kltrJien table. Thns women nnil bottles! They abhorred wine; tbe'y had reason to. 1 remembered tho dinner nnd all that had signalized It and felt my confusion grow. "The keys were given up by tho Janitor yesterday," I managed to stammer at last "But I did not bring them here toulght They are In my room3 nt home." I finished with a gasp. I had suddenly remembered that these kevs were not In my rfconis. I nap Iuttt them with mo nt Miss Cumberland's, and, being given to fooling with something when embarrassed. I had fooled with them nnd dropped them while talking with Adelaide and watching Carmel. 1 had meant to pick tbem up. but 1 forgot and "You need say nothing more about it," remarked nexford. "I bavo no right to question you at all. Lot us see wha: there is in here." stepping into the adjoining small room, into which I had simply peered in my own Investigation of tho place. As he did so a keen blast blew in; a window in tho adjoining room was open. He cast me a hurried glance and. with the door in bis hand, made the following remark: "Your ladylove, the victim here, could not have come through tho snyw with no more clothing on her than we see now. She must have worn a hat and coat or furs or something of that nature. Let us look for them." As I followed him Into the closet he pushed tho door wide, pulling out an electric torch as he did so. By Its light Ave saw almost at first glance the coat and hat he prqfessed to seek, ly Ing in n corner of the floor, beside an overturned chair. "Good!" left my companion's lips "That's all straight. You recognize these garments?" I nodded, speech less. said be. "1 have left my bed to Have n few words with you and learn If vour detention here Is warranted. They have told me what yoa had to say In explanation of yoar presence here where a crime of some nature has taken place. But I should like to hear the story from your own Hps. You have been Intending to marry Miss Cumberland?: "Yes." I looked the man directly In the eye. "Our wedding day was set" "Did you love her? Pardon me. If I am to be of any benefit to you at this crisis I must strike at the root of things. If you do not wish to answer say so. Mr. nanelngh." "I do wish." This wns n He, but what wns I to do. knowing how dangerous it would be for Carmel to have It publicly known where my affections were really entered? "I am in no position to conceal anything from you. I did lovo Miss Cumberland. Wo have been engaged for a year." "I seo. and she returned your love?" "Sincerely." Wns tho room light enough to reveal my guilty flush? She had Ipved mo only too well, too Jeal ously, too absorbingly for her happiness or mine. "And tho sister?" It was gently but gravely, put, and Instantly I knew that our secret was out. however safe we had considered it This man was cognizant of it and if be. why not others? Why not tho whole town? I made my reply In these words: "Her sister Is her sister. I hardly think that cither of us would be apt to forget that Have you heard other wise, sir?" He was prepared for equivocation. possibly for denial. but not f6r attack. His manner changed and showed distrust, and I saw that I bad lost rather than tnudc by 'this .venturous move. "Is this your writing?" bo suddenly asked, showing mo a morsel of paper which be had drawn-- from his vest pocket. I looked and felt that I now under stood what the pines had been trying to tell me for tho last few hours. That compromising scrap of writing had not been destroyed. It existed for her and my undoing. But Carmel was no fool even if she had wild and demoniacal moments. This could not be my note to her fatal note which would make all denial of our mutual passion' unavailing. "Is It your writing?" my watchful inquisitor repeated. I looked again. The scrap was small er than my note had been when it left my hands. If it were the same then some of the words wero gone. Were they the first ones or the, last? It would make a difference in the reading or. rather, in the conclusions to be drawn from what remained. If only the mist would clear from before my eyes or he would, hold the slip of paper nearer. Tbo room was very dark. The -t- mmf hf thuted me itte a strantffr. "1 am th coroner ef this iMstrfct," "1m U f rcrmanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 6 p. m. Dentist Clever erf, Ky. Marion Weatherhilt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiience in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable Work for First-clas- s Livery, Feed -- AND- Sale Stable Tho Traveling, Mens' Choice Located near Depot Stephensport, :: Ky. "Is It your writing?" Coroner Perry nsked for the third time. There was no denying It My writ ing was peculiar and quite unmistak able. I should gain nothing by saying no. he Live Horses, New Rigs cannot be sure in this light. May I ask what this bit of pa per is and where yo.u found It?" Its contents 1 think you know. As for the last question, 1 think you can answer that also if yod will." Saying which be quietly replaced tho scrap of paper in his pocketbook. 1 followed the action with my eyes. I caught a fresh glimpse of a darkened edge and realized the cause of the faint odor which I had hitherto experienced without being conscious of It The scrap had been plucked out of the chimney. Sho bad tried to burn It 1 remembered tbe flro and the smoldering bits of paper which crumbled at my touch. And this one this, tho most important, the only important one of them all haa flown, half scorched, up the chimney and clung there within easy reach. Tbe whole incident was plain to me. and I could even fix upon tbo moment when nexford or Clarke discovered this Invaluable bit of evidence. It was Just before 1 burst In upon tbem from tho ballroom, and it was-tbundoubt ed occuslon of the remark I thflu over 1 tantly, "but It looks llko it." I admitted reluc Trunk AVaJion per day .. . Horse and Buggy " .$2 50 1 50 Allen R. Lewis Proprietor aoo o BALL oo aoo & MILLER and Sale Livery, Feed Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. czjoEZ3o1o1blcioizz) CnAPTEIt III. A 6CIIAP OP TAPER. ... ..,, t rh.n pro-par- after this a fresh arrived, and SIIOUTLV police whole house be- I the ing ransacked. I had found ray shoes and was sitting In my own private room before a fire which had been lighted for me ou the hearth. I was in a state of stupor now. The storm, which had been exeped tngly fierce while It lasted, bad quieted down to a steady fall o snow. Had Its mission been to scm, as a blanket to this crimo by wiping out from the old snow all telltale footsteps and such other records as simplify cases of this kind for tbo detectives it could not bavo happened more apropos to tho event Wnllo this filled me with relief in ono way, it added to my care in another, for the storm there-Madden- which could accomplish so much In so short a time was a bitter one for a young girl to meet, and Carmel mnst have met it at its worst in her lonesome struggle homeward. The door behind me opened, and I statement that an errand bad taken turned to face Dr. Perry, once a prac- me Into town. ticing physician and my father's intiIt would be bard to find an alibi for mate friend, now a county official of Carmel if suspicion once turned ber no ordinary Intelligence and, what was way. She bad not met me at tbe better, of no ordinary feeling. train. The unknown but doubtless It Ho cannot escape us now. During the momentary silence which now ensued I tried to remember the exact words which had composed this note: Tonight-Hlt- fO tralu-- we will be married ut P. Come. come, my darling, my life. She will forgive when all Is done Hesitation will only undo us. Tonight at WiW. Do not fail mo. I shall never tiitirr ) any one but you." Was that all? I hud an indistinct remembrance nt having added some wild and Incoherent words tit passion- ;Up affection utllxed to her name Her uauio! But It may be that tn the tiur ry and flurry of tbe moment these terms oi endearment simply passed through my mind and found nz ex pression ou paper. 1 could not be sure any more than I could be positive from tbe half glimpse 1 got of these lines which portion bad been burned off tbo top. In which tho word "truln" occurred, or tbe Anal words, emphasiz ing a time of meeting and my determination to marry no one but the per son addressed. Tbe first gone, tbe latter might take on any sinister mean ing. The latter gone, tbe first might prove a safeguard, corroborating my heard: "This settles WOOL a.' IDESandRUR: BciaDtltts, Ut tommissiea ffiachiatt. I nciettsccMasjlha iltnU Loomilx. re IviHk iiok la better yoa or Wool Ht.f i Free to oar ihippws. YTriieLr price WE BUY 'i wecasdo list r M.SABEL&SONS "S'a or LkL-.C-;, Cj. i m A ... Instead of Liquid Antis tptics Ptroxid many people aro now using Pax tine Toilet Antiseptic For all toilet and hygienic uses it is better and more economical. To cleanse and whiten the teeth, remove tartar and prevent decav. To disinfect the mouth, de stroy uiseaso germs, and, purify tho breath. To keen artificial teeth and bridge work clean, odorless To remove nicotine from the purify the breath after smokin. I To eradicate perspiration and bo4m odors by sponge bathing. ine nest antiseptic wash knows. Relieves and strengthens tired, wbk, inflamedeyes. Heals sore throat, woad and outs. 3ft aad,S0 ots. a box. drogfttte ' or by wail pestpald. SahibI THI PAKJON TJ9HKT flflLjiilMjIllJ ' Tho new toilet germicide powder to b dissolved in water as needed. J Sbud-erlnglj- r. sot desceaded to sac, and for the ne- - His attachment to mj father had CoBtinued on page seven I V Wmmk 'an mm k Will ky my arittttr Tin. m Km 8tt BJt4g RiMfifelt IRVINGTON ITEMS. of the Whispering Pines r ANNA KATHARINE 1810, GREEN .0f rrlxht. safe by Anna Katharine Rohlfi - to be found man wno Had hanerM m her note could swear to that Then the note Itself I bad destroyed It. H to true, but Its phrases were present to my ralnd. They were these If she were Innocent, but bow wlstlve In the light of ber probable I SJwMt! H cannot. Walt till tomorrow. Then you will ace the dcpih of my love for y what 1 owe ytiu. what I owe not n look or "MOTempnt ot miiip mid escaped the cetolderate hut wtitclifuiv eye of the Mo before me "You do not relish my questions." ; dryly' oloerved "Perhaps you Wld rather icll your story without Jstierruptlon. It so i len you to be LM explicit x poxsthie The clrrutu-stance- s are scrimis eiiouiiii f"r perfect candor on your p;irt " 1 took a quick resolve would appear to throw discretion to the winds, to. confide to him what men usually hoid sacred, to risk my reptitsitton as 'a gentleman, rather tlntn Incur u sua ptclon wblcb might Involve others mere than It did mysoir will give you on account of said I. "I did love Adelaide once, or thought so, but my feelings changed. A great temptation came Into my life. Carmel returned from school and yon know her beauty, her fascination. A week tn ber presence and marriage with Adelaide became Impossible. But bow evndo It? I knew only tbo coward's way to luro this Inexperienced young girl, fresh from school, Into a runaway match. This evening I fcad set as the limit of my endurance , 11 1 my-elf," Afetalde." t was conscious thn Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, PrepdlKouragesandlessensambitlon;. beauty, Many Social Features-B- ig vigor ana cueertui-ues- s arations For the Union Meet soon disappear ITS when the kidneys are TTfwr-st- e ing Which Opens Thursday out of order or diseased. Night. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it Is not uncomMiss Mary Alexander has gono mon for a child to be born afflicted with to Louisville to join a house party weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds given by Miss Marietta Cuin. the flesh, or if, when ths child reaches an Mrs. T. K. Blytho and two age when it should be able to control the children who have been visitinsr passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wting, depend upon it, the cause of the di ffi relatives in Clovorport, had a deculty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of lightful overland trip homo Satthese importantorgans. This unpleasant urday in the motor car of Knott trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a Hurdin. habit as most people suppose. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and children and Mrs. Nannie J. and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Wathen enjoyed an outing an Salt Swamp-Roo- t is soon realized. It is sold river tho Fourth of July. oy druggists, in fifty-ceftSjA J. C. Crutchcr, of Webster, size bottles. You may who has conducted several par;sJ!S5S3 have a sample bottle by mail free, also a ties to Niagara Falls, will leave pamphlet telling all et nt one-doll- Mrs. Allic Claycomb and little daughter, Mury, loft Saturday for & West Viow for n visit to relative?. TIME TABLE Mrs. Brown and daughter, Miss Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 Mary, spent a few; days of last 147 HS 143 HI H6 142 144 week in Louisville. 5TATI0NS Ditly DHy Dlly Dlly Dally Dilly Miss Grace Schotlenfcls, of 9 21 pDl 40pm a 40 um Lv Ar 7 la am 12 3D pm 7 40 pm ...STKAWIIKIUIV .. 114 JU Louisville, camo last weok to I1IHHOKK .. tit 23 (7 08 ffl 09 Bw MKOUItA .. M 42 (12 13 spend tho rest of tho summer with fj II (9 14 HTITES ft) 3) (7 OS 12 07 f5 17 .. .. (12 04 " 2'i Miss Mary Horon. 10 01 S 21 9 ... WK8T POINT .. "fl m" 0 23 12 01 (9 23 f3 23 MOW A Kb. .. . ni3Him (1)54 IS 31 f9 30 nAUTLKS ... Mr. and Mrs. Lon Kondor and (I) Ml 50 m 34 fS 3T ...ItOCK IIAVKN. til 43 (0 41 f3 43 40 ..LONG 1IUANCH.. little daughter, (II 37 of Louisville; tfl 33 5 52 9 49 tillANDKNIIUKU 11 29- 0 23 10 M 5 39 KKUON spent tho Fourth with Mr. and fl 10 fll 21 fiO 03 0 UUaTON 5 44 (11 13 fl 08 Mrs. Bato Washington at their 01 11 03 I 10 43 10 13 MVINQTON .. h 41 10 55 f 5 31 fA 31 flO 19 WHHSTEIl .. beautiful country homo. (10 47 (5 42 ro HO 37 .. .. LOOtlttJKU (10 38 (5 31 tn 44 MYSTIC (10 31 Mr. arid Mrs. Davo Honry, of rib 37 to 54 SAMPLE (10 23 (3 23" n 5fl 10 44 - 8TEPII KrSlORT 10 14 3 14 Chattanooga, are visiting Mr. and r7 03 flO 48 ADDISON (10 09 (3 10 f7 04 tlO 50 HOLT no 01 (3 08 Mis. John Lyddan at Webster 0 a in 11 'M 7 15 11 00 ... OLOVEHPOUT. 4 57 9 55 4 57 SHOPS this week. til IS ws?" SKILLMAN (9 40 Ifl 45 7 37 It It 18 .. HAWK.NVILLK .. 4 33 9 31 4 3) f7 43 Mrs. J. B. Biggs, of Louisville, fl ST PET It IE.. .. (9 25 fa 32 f7&0 A DA K (9 20 .... ..... tO 40 7 39 stopped over on Saturday and fll 37 LEWISPORT ... 9 12 45 t8 03 Louisville, Henderson St. Louis Ry. I I 4 . . . . . . . . . . 41) . tV) . . . OH . . 015-02- 5' II . 8 15 . . -- 1 fg 7 (7 (7 7 ar 53 46 57 SO SB 1 (1 f on her way to to bo tho guest of her Steph-enspo- rt 0 53 U 03 n 14 f8 24 IS 33 im fii'49 ... -- WAITMAN MAOEU N ttl 8 mm including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers who found Swamp-Roo- t to be just the remedy needed, in writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. for her since ber motbor died. I have not that letter now or I would show It to you. In my raging disappointment I tore It up on the placo where I received It and threw the pieces away. I had staked my whole future on one McGlothlan & Son are having desperate throw, and I bad lost If 1 their opening this weok. Come I stopped, warned had had a pistol" by an easy movement on the part of in and see them. the man 1 addressed that I bad better 1 Miss Margaret Peyton, after not dilate too much upon my feelings. being the guest of Miss Susie 1 pulled myself together and proceedBandy for several days, left Suned to finish my story with greater dl rectness. "I did not leave the station till the 10:30 train bad gone, it was from sheer preoccupation of mind that 1 drove this way Instead of straight out by Marshall avenue. As I reached the bend In tbe road where you get your first sight of tbe buildings 1 saw a thin streak of smoke rising from one of Its chimneys, and. anxious as to Its meaning. I drove in" "Wait, Mr. Itunelagh, 1 am sorry to Interrupt you, but by which gate did you enter?" "By tho lower one." "Was it snowing at this time?" "Not yet It was Just before the clouds rushed upon tbe moon. 1 could see everything quite plainly:" My companion nodded, and 1 went breathlessly on Any question of his staggered me. I was Ignorant of tbe facts at bis command. I was not able to conjecture by what chance or at whose suggestion the police bad raid ed the place and discovered the tragedy which had given point to that raid. I continued, but I omitted all mention of the most serious part, of sy adventure en id nothing of my of Carmel or tbe terrible concln Hons "which her presence there bad wakened. "There la no more to say," I conclud-ed- t "I , know otb.lng.,;, It Is .all a no more phantasmagoria to me--wmeaning than a nightmare. She Is dead I know that but beyond that all is doubt confusion. I can neither n ith again on August 1. The young ladies of the party will bo chaperoned by Miss L. B. McGloth-lan- , of. this city. Miss Anna Lyddun, of Owens-borwas tho week end guest of tho Misses Greenwood. Mrs. Charlie Fritz has returned home after a visit of a week to relatives and friends at Hawes-villo, e. tof the Intolerable situation. During a minute of solitude preceding the dinner at Miss Cumberland's house on the bill I wrote a few lines to her sister, urging her to trust me with her fate and meet me at the station in time for the 10:30 train. I meant to carry ber at once to P., where I bad a friend In the ministry who would at once unlto us in marriage. I was very peremp- tory, for my nerves were giving way under the secret strain to which they bad been subjected for so long, and she herself was looking worn with her own silent and uncommunlcated conflict "To write this note was easy, but to deliver it Involved difficulties. Miss "Cumberland's eyes seemed to bo more upon me than usual. Mine were obliged to respond, and Carmel, seeing this, kept hers on her plate or on the one other person seated at the table, ber brother Arthur. But the opportunity came as we all rose and passed together Into the drawing room. Carmel fell Into place at my side, and I slipped the Bote Into her band. She had not expected It, and I fear that the action was observed, for when I took my leave of Miss Cumberland shortly after 1 was struck by ber expression. I haii Bever seen such a look on ber face before, nor can 1 conceive, of one pre-- i 'seatlag a more extraordinary contrast to tbe few and commonplace words Vttk which she bade me good evening. MI neither knew Adelaide nor did I bww the girl whose love 1 bad so overestimated. She failed me. Dr. Perry. I was met at the station not by Herself, but by a letter a' few hurried lines given me by an unknown aula in which she stated that 1 bad aeked too much of ber that she could not se wrong ber sister who bad hreugjit her no and done everything truding piles after years of suffering. At any drug store. day for Hardinsburg. W. S. Lawrence, of Corydop, Ivy., was the guest of his sister, Mrs. II. B. Head, last week.Mrs. Durwood W roe and children returned Tuesday from a week'3 visit with relatives at Hawesville. Miss Irene Bandy will return home today from Louisville where she has been visiting Mrs. Pomp McCoy. Miss L. B. McGlothlan arrived last Tuesday from Enid, Okla. Misses Mary Quissenberry and Agnes Lewis, of Fordsville, have been spending several days with the Misses Cardon at their country home near here. Miss Eula Chapel, of Kosotta, is visiting Mrs. A. B. Head for the week. Things are coming to a head, and finaj preparations for the union meeting are under way, The tent has arrived and will be pitched early in the week on tho Jolly lot adjacent to the Cumberland Presbjteriau church. On anderatand nor explain." j Wednesday night there will be a Bread baking is guaranteed a success preparatory song and praise servTo be continued meeting if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. ice in the tent and the Itching piles provoke profanity, but proper will begin on Thursday Most disfiguring skin eruptions, Doan's night. profanity won't cure them. pimples, rashes, etc., are due to Everybody come and impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters Ointment cures itching, bleeding or pro- bring your friends. scro-sula, daughter, Mrs. ICirby Blaine. Miss AUieno Hardaway, of Clovorport, was tho guest of her aunt Mrs. John Galloway, for a few days last weok. An enjoyable day was spent at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewi." Henry on Tuesday in honor of tho of their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Honry, of Chattanooga, Dinner was served on tho beautiful lawn in a picnic fashion. The relatives present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lyddan and children, Mr. and Mrs. Vm. Kendall and children, of Webster; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Anderson, of Guston, and a few invited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Drury left yesterday with a jolly crowd for a trip up tho Ohio Ilivcr to Cincinnati. There were about fotry-fiv- o in tho party, and will bo gono until Thursday. Mrs. L. B. Moremen and son, Louis Bennett, are spending the week iu Brandenburg with Miss Mattie Leo Moreuien. McGlothlan and son are now ready for business in their new quarters on tho East side of Main street. Kov. and Mrs. J. M. Hardaway arrived last week from St. Louis, Mo., for a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Cox. Mrs. J. W. Herndon and son, Fairleigh, will return home this week from a brief visit to her sister, Mrs. Will Ashcraft, in Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tilford have moved here from Fordsville and are occupying one of the Park bungalows on Caroline street. Dr. L. B. Moremen and Jno. Akers have returned from a business trip to Soymore, Ind. homo-comin- g "7 13"' T33" 8 40 fS 4 fH 5:i f8 57 f 03 lit 10 fl) 10 9 18 1210ptn .. .. -- DUTCH OWENSUOIIO-- pates .. .. ti 3 50 58 4a "(4 oi" 43" (7 7 15 (7 04 "fl 55 sr" rf 31 n 7 33 t7 40 7 40 flS 27 ... . CONWAY MATTINULY . ... . . "is 33" "3 "is 23" (8 i ti it) (S to .. .aiUPTITU . "r'iiiT" (3"5" (0 37 6 34 U 3b 21 f7 M 7 58 8 (0 8 S3 . - NEWMAN.. HEED HEALS .STANLY ... .. ts ot 1 30 0 42 1 55 10 15 7 40 am t9U 1 1 OS 3(1 7 40 pm SPOTTSVILLE... .. . MASK ETT .. - HENDERSON .. -- ...EVANSVILLE.. ST. LOIT1S. .. . i9 3 00 2 33 7 10 00 pm' (7 59 7 51 7 52 7 39 (s ic s 13 (3 11 A Oft (3 07 2 55 5 55 pm am 2 30 8 34 um Signal. Where no time shown trains Lknot .stop. carry free reclining chir cars betwosn Louisville aud St. Lfluts, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Throutrh Pull, man sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. I4I will stop at stations west of Clovorport to discharge passengers from JTStops fralns on 145 and 146 oast of Cloverport. . No. I44 will stop at stations east of Clovorport to discharge passengers from weat of Cloverport. Hartford Line West Bound aoeoud Glass No. 9 I ! Between Irvlngton and Fordsville FlrstCliiHS No. 1 Cast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 First Glass 18 No 7 No. 112 STATIONS Mixed 0 f0 I7 (7 87 7 Daly; 45pm 50 0U ErelK't Datiy ex-S- .u Puss. Dully n nSft inn Lv. lUVINOTON.Ar 1010am . HASIN SPRING . ( i 51 .. UARKIELD. ... S9 3S It ARNED .. ( 20 . ..lUNOriON s 9 22 . U Sund' 0uly Da"y 'rK.T"' t. 815am 8 30 II (U II lOim 35 (1 20 23 34 R55 9 0 10 10 10 10 if 2(1 all 111 I. (7 50 (7 57 b8 10 1.8 19 i7 4t 3) .0 sll 58 13 24 43 Sll 49 54 s I20lpn (12 08 (12 15 27 sl2 38 (12 40 (12 45 (12 50 HAiujiNsnimo JUNCTION KIUK McOUADY . .. s 9 17 19 ( g 03 ll (8 (8 (8 (8 s8 8 21 30 31 42 49 53pm 00 10 It 20 11 30 11 38 11 50 11 It 53 sit s fI2t() 1 00 in 3 30 AalvlNS ... OAKS t ELLMITCII. s .. FORDSVILLE Ar EARL'UTON. Lv . .. olen dean ... dempster ruck vale VAN. A NT ( 8 51) . . S830 8 43 lOOOim 4 15am ( 9 33 r 3 15 8 9 12 8 2 52 ( 9 00 f 2 37 8 8 53 s 2 30 S 8 41) s 2 15 8 8 39 8 2 03 ( 3 30 ( 1 55 8 22 t ( 1 47 S 8 10 s 1 33 lOgia 10 50 10 31 io 15 U ."" JO ". . ( S 33 ( 8 27 ( 8 24 8 18 8 15im 5 45 8803 ! ' " 00 M t '( 7 50 S 8 8128 1 10 10 01 9 54 U 43 t 23 17 13 9 31 9 20 9 23 15 U 10 9 05 030 1 ... . - 7 45 33 7 30m a fI t I 03 1 00 12 50pm - BOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Roujfh. gg 31 BAST BOUND aa PMnger P",ly Sunday Mixed aa " Pajjenger Ual,y timetable STATIONS yyErtPSTER .Of RODOH.. ass Dally Except Sunday & 26 Pasienger D lly 24 Into etroct Sunday, June 19. 1910, at U:39p m Passengar 31 W&i Paly Except Sunday Except Sunday I2 35 12. 15 H, only2 08 1 48 - Mixed !5 S m w 50 li p. S I i2 a m DMam TiuTmT 8 15 am pm p tn pm pm Real Estate Department If you do yoi may iind ust what you need in this department. Jf you are interested in any of tho folio wing proprieties write us at once for ownor'i name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at onca toll ins; us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has thovery property yo Do you want to buy a farm or business ' are looking I r. Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's ionic. Cardui is made from 'gentle herbs, acts in natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs som times used. As a medicine tonic for weak, tirtd, worn-owomen, Cardui has been a popular , success for over 50 years. t ut Go to McGlothlan & Son if you want any thing in tbe line of hardware, farming implements and REPORT OF COLORED' harness. Mrs. Jennie Calloway and DISTRICT CONFERENCE daughter, Miss Virginia, have taken one of the now cottages in Mrs. G. D. College Addition. Held at A. M. E. Zion Church Calloway and two children, of St. June 29, to July 2. A Flat Louis, are with them for the sum mer. tering Report.. Mrs. G. L. Brady and daugh ter, Miss Jessie Brady, who vis The Colored Disttict Conference which couvened at the Cloverport A. ited relatives in Louisville, have closed Sunday returned home. M. E. Zion :hurch Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Penick who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Penick, have gono to Louisville. Mrs. Hiram Willet and charm ing daughter, Miss Wanda, ar rived Friday to bo tho cucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ashcraft. Mrs. Columbia Rhodes, who has been on the siok list for' several weeks, is slowly improving. ST Tito Tht Woman's Mrs. Tonic night, July 3. Both citizens and vis itors expressed their pleasure and good will for each other. Indeed it was a great success along all lines. Money taken iu was as follows: $ 15.10 June 89, For Education June 30, For young women and 3.00 buds of promise June 30, For W. H. aud F. M. Society . 13.00 33.50 12.50 55.47 1.23 Lula Walden, of Gfamlin, C, followed advice. Read her letter:., 1 was so weak, wfatii I first began to take Grfui, that it tired me to walk-jus- t a little. Now, I tan do all the general one, for a family of Try Cardui for your It may be the remedy you need. a July 1, For support of District chaperoned tho following young people out to Dent's Bridge on : $125 72 Tuesday afternoon: Miss Eva Mc Total We hereby extend our thanks to the Glothlan and A. B. Suter, Miss public, aud ak the blse&lugs of Al- Nellie Smith and Kendriok Jolly, mighty God upon you all, Signed: Miss Wula Drury and Jamas S. Rev, W. W. Dorsey, D. D P. E, Younger, Mii Mabel McGlothRev. T . II. Mwrlwetuer, Sec. lan and Johnnie Johnston. K, B. WUlIaaM, Faster. Uev. 5.00 Coaference July 3, Public collections From saleof refreshments during four days session From donations to District Con- ference, cash Provisions valued at Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Jolly onade and cream, it was a real Fourth McKaughau. of July indeed. Mn. Eunice Koblnsou, of Fulton. Mrs, W. P. Litchfield weut to Lewis-po- Worthy General Matron of the Order of Saturday to visit her pareuts, Mr. the Eastern Star,, visited our chapter STEPHENSPQRT. and Mrs. LeiboviU. Wednesday eveulnf, July Stk. We hope Mrs. Sue Wadding, of Cauntltou, was that our chapter will be greatly beneMiss Lelah Belle Ilawklus left Sun the guest of Mrs. E. T. Connor a few fited by her visit, and hope ta have ' ' with us agala, day forllardlasburg toucan her school. days lust week. j Bread baking success Is guarHttl. Gordon l'aype Mate home Sunday She will tach the Shclluiau achoi Uardlusburg. Miss Hawklua will fiom Irvlagtoa whwe he has bseu for a if you me Lewisport BW&T Fleur. Wo recommend tho following properties as being "productive and fair in price. is a cleauslng blood tonic. Makes you d, Do Y u Want tolSell your farm or business? Gil yo want cash for your property, send price and description at one and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller jtogether. Owen'sboro Police This department is conducted solely for the purposo'of enabling Looking for "Heir" buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to'jmake quick salM O wonsboro, Ky. , J uly 9 A young Jno. D. Babbagc man apparently about twenty-tw- o years of ago, claiming to be Joe 1 acres, 2 miles from Ouston, inn H0 mile,, from irvluicton; well ing; log dwolllng, 2 rooms and side roomi pOjOUU ; 3 tobacco barns Hobson, of Now Or loans, and watered : lays3 well ; good young orchard ; good good stablegood timber (or ; 3 tenant houses. Plenty of (arm purpose I dousa few claiming that his grandfather re- timber ; on rural route ; schoolgodd (our yards good land to clear. Price $2,000 H casn. room frou house: Improvements; on cently died leaving him $150,000, dwelling with kitchentenentback porch: two good turns; birn and house and cisSaLE A (arm containing 250 acres tern uaclc tn the Held; meat and ben house: FOR under (ence. A nice cottage cf aol five and that he has an estate of $40,-00- 0 wood shed; will selloneasypaymenisiplenty 5 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar with o(sm til fruit. Further particulars address a store room over It, two gool stock barna left to him by his father, who Jno. D. Uabbage, Cloverport, Ky. one tenant house; about 500 apple and peach trees, also pears, quinces andaprlcots; moat died eleven years ago, is the cause all kinds of small (rults, Including a ulca Vor ISO acros four nillea'.weatot vlnyard of choicest grupes; 300 acres cleirod, ? uuu of a great amount of excitement mP, ft DO alenduane, Smiles (rom branch balance tn woods, 1S5 acres In grass; several railroad ; all (resh land; 100 acres In cultiva- groves ot black locust sufficient for posts te in Owensboro. tion; 50 acres lagrass; will produce tbs best wire the whole (arm In. It lies near Kkroo L. R. It. II. In neighborhood; He attempted to order sovon corn, wboat and tobacco at door of dwell on L. and & St.payments. price- Is (S.Ott) oc easy long plenty lasting water, well suits of clothe but wound up by purchasing a $5 second-han- d suit, no doubt give perfect satistactlon, aud few weeks in the depot as telegraph opand has been running a manufac- we wish her much success in her work. erator. Miss Blanche Martin was the guest of turer's automobile around the city With her sweet disposition and winMissCorlnue Conn Sunday and Monuntil yesterday, when tho owner ning ways she is sure to be successful. took the machine away from him. The family picnic given at the home day. George Darkley on Rose Hill Mrs. Sam Cohen and little daughter, Tho police have recoived telegrams of Mr. the Fourth was a pleasant day to all, of Louisville, are gueits of her sister, from Now Orleans asking about There was forty in attendance, tome of Mrs. W.J. Schopp. him, but tho local officers have been the families representing three gener Miss Katie Bella McKaughau spent unable to get any information con- - ations. A fine dinner and supper was Saturday night aud Sunday Iu Cloverserved, and with au abuudauce of lem- port the corning him. gueit of her brother, A. B. clear-eyed, clear-braineclear-skinue- Subscribe Now rt kr atr XTi-- e P.llnn TforaliftnM nf T.An FA . I. Lesson In Odd Fellowship 11TA.T. MAODON'ALD. 2 !k 2 tsvillo, was tho guest qf friends m imd near Lodiburg Inst week. Mrs. Faith was tho guest of riends in Stcphcnsport last Mon- V. K. Motsmgor, of Madora, B When man Is born Into this world his work Is born with htm. There Is much work to bo done and a need for all the workers. Each must do the work his hands firid to do or stind aside for another. The work must be done. If you are a worker the only thing to be done Is to work. Your work, be very sure whatever it Is Is Important. No useful labor Is lost. No life is In vain. There Is no star without a purpose. Your life and your work are necessary they count for something. They are parcels of the Great Life and the Great Work. It is not always, easy to see the purIt is difficult pose of one's life work. to know the outcome. But it is also Hut dlfficult.to know the beginning. there was a beginning, and there is an What matters it if bcth outcome. First and Last are unseen? Life is here. And work. And both are pats of, the wholei The weaver who sits all day long at the shuttle cannot see all the beauty of the fabric, but every flight of the bright Do not steel helps on the outcome. stop your little machine. It is Intimate ly belted up with millions of other ma chines, big and little. Make your dole Do not spoil the small. of the output Somewhere out of slirht and sense is the ble dvnamo that sets all the shafts to running. You are connected up win one 01 inown.nms..ue.nw All tmt noorl In rirt to tf cap tlmr vnttr pullevs run true. Keep your little machine going rlzht. The head engi- neer will look after the rest. Work Work (or the joy of working. because life and health and salvation depend upon your working. You are built that way What would become of you If there were no work to do? Work on whatever your work wheth er It be of the highest art or whether It be the heaving of clay out of the ditch. Need anyone be remembered that in the above are embodied all the princi Ind., was tho guest of Mrs. Ida Nottingham Ipst week. - L V L m H m b on " work. his strength" stays but a while. Make that "a while" worth while by working vuu WArnnu 2ft 01 West TOint, Visited friends and u relatives in this neighborhood. g Harshficld, of Shepherds villo, is the guest of friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robertson, of Irvington, are tho guest of relatives hero this week. .Tubal Hardin was the guest of his uncle, N. D. Payne, of Web ster, last Sunday. Miss Clcona Parks was visiting her sister, Mrs. Claycomb, of Webster, last week. Heed these ples of Odd Fellowship? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson words before "the leaves are scattered were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ground " to the Remember that man "in the pride of C. W. Bandy, of Frymirc, last I I See the Biggest Thing that Ever Happened BARBECUE At Bandy's Grove, 8. A 1VI . W. Mile OF1 A. West of Webster Depot mere cnrinv. J The barbecue given hero on the M., W. of A., was tho best ever given. A one of largo crowd, plenty to cat and m;".,i. Miss Emoreo Bandv sot Ul la Ixi the $5 ring for being tho prettiest youn lady on ti,0 Rr0Und. Mrs. Ed Kroush's baby got tho $2.50 nng. The judges were: Sam Bas- sett, MttC Pnvn0 anti Harrv stow tf ' nrti Tho most popuiar youn m,!, ffas 3llin urown. tno prize boinB a siik necktie. Jim Ilurn cnn.j0d off the prize for being the ugliest man. Bread baking success is guaran teed if you use Lowisport Best Flour. Saturday, July COME! COME! 22 Reunion Magazine is no goal won wittiout Fourth by tho $100 SUBSCRIBED ribbon. MeetIrvington to Custer. 5. Collection of 12 kinds of For Aug. 1. seeds grown by one school in homo ing Suggested Everybody Talking. Good ana scuooi ganens: urst prize ovwuu u.uu t i Roads Now. Let Everybody ti? i voncor tins cuaracter is oeing Get to Work. given much attention in tho schools now and it is developing a love and appreciation of nature and an ar Irrlneton Joly J. J. 'V. St. is no tellinff what can be tistic sense in the children. There in any community i accomplished HOE DOC 3P C HOE NEW BETHEL. tho concentrated efforts of a few energetic, puolic spirited people BIG SPRING. put their shoulders to the whee Hie scorching sun of the past QUESTION and talk up, write up and interest week has injured crops and gar others in any given movement. Mrs. C. B. Witt left the Fourth to dens very much. visit her father at Jeffersontown. Oloverport People Are RequestOnly the little suggestion, con The New Bethel will is visiting at Miss Emtna Miller in lust week's News, of a taincd a convenient channel through which to transact your financial ed to Honestly Answer This. open July 31, with Miss Mary Cecilia. road to bo constructed from Ir Harmon as teacher. business, and if you arc satisfied that Misses Verlie and Vernie Moorman vington to Custer is causing the u., A. turner ana wito were returned Monday from a visit with re Is not the word of a representative THE FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. question to bo discussed by tho of Cloverport more convincing thuu guests of Mrs. Amelia Adkisson latives at St. John and Rineyville. of people living business men of our town. One offers ypu advantases of safety and facilities, please remember Mrs. Flowers returned Thursday to the doubtful utterance Sunday. everywhere else in the Union ? Read this that it is easy and convenient to do your BANKING BY MAIL. of our prominent men', a member Viae Grave, after a visit with her son, Price Graham, RailtodSt.,Cloverpott, James Barnes .has treated him Eugene Harpool. If you would like to make this bank your depository, and you of one of our most successful bus Ky., says: "I can recommend Doau's are not near enough to call to see us, just write us for informae bug- Miss Fannie Hardaway and brother, Kidney iness linns has started the sub self to a nice new Pills as a remedy that lives up tion, and we will take pleasure in telling you how to forward iidgar, left Monday with a party chap- - to representations. lfor lour yeats Isuf- scription with One Hundred Dol your deposit.--, by mail. Wm Withers and familv. Qf eroned by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drury fered from disordered kidneys and the lars from his own private account for Cincinnati kidney secretions were too trtqueut in not mentioning what the firm will Clover Creek, attended church FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky, Dr. Strother spent the week end with passage, obliging me to arise several subscribe. Being a wide awake here Sunday and yerc guests of his mother and sister. times during the night. Whenever J. C. PAYNE, Cashier firm and doing such a big business Mr. and Mrs. M. Hendricks. Miss Zelma Strother was. in Vine caught cold, it was sure to settle in my we are .safo to count on the firm Ueunie I'urrow is confined to Grove Thursday. kidneys and greatly aggravate my for a liberal tlbsoription. his home with that dreaded dis Come to the Ice cream supper Satur trouble. My back ached severely aud This movement is the best thing ease, tuberculosis. day July liith, given by the ladies of when I stooped, I Was seized by sharp Methodist church. All are cordial- twinges through my loins. The'ache in that ca.n happen for every farmer Miss Iiena Walls is spending the my back at night greatly disturbed my ly invited. within from two to three miles on the summer with her aunt, Mrs. rest and in the morning I arose feeling Misses Ellanor Scott, of Vine Grove, either side of tho entire line of the Henry Trent, of Louisville. DEALERS IN and William Todd, of Versailles, and lame and sore. I was very nervous, tho twelve miles of pike. Deniue Miller and family, of Mr. Jeffers, of Frankfort, visited Misses slightest work tired me and I often felt dull and languid. Doau's Kidney Pills, In one Count)' in Kentucky Granite and Marble llardinburg, wore guests of his Maggie Scott and Fannie Hardaway procured at Fishei's Drug Store, reltev where a pike was recently built, last week. brother, D. S. Miller, of this ed me in a short time and it required land on cither side the way and for Ice cream supper July 15. the contents of but four boxes to effect )lace, last Monday. which there was absolutely no marMiss Maggio Scott, of Louisville, is complete cure. I can state that this Mr. and Mrs. Porter Atwood with her aunt, Mrs. Morris. ket, has hi nee the construction of cure has proven to be a permanent one Dread baking is guaranteed a success and it theiefore gives me pleasure to this pike been refused at t2UU per visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ann ' How strong at Sample Sunday. if jou use the Lewisport BEST Flour". recommend Doau's Kidney Pills toother about a Good Itouds acre. WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. persons afflicted iu a similar manner.' Rev. Duggins, of Ilarnea, tilled Convention to be held in Irvington by all dealers. Price 50 For sale Hon. James Garnett. about the li rat of August. This is us lobular appointment at iNew Co., Buffalo, cents. our opportunity to. rise from the Bethel thfc Hrsc Sunday. A good New York, sole agents for the United slough of despondency. There is A urpnt tnnnv nponlp In this sepHnn States. ' Remember the name Doan's and good land within our borders, fine Carl Armstrong and wife, of were anxious that the ambition of Mr. take no other. timber and men and women of as Sample; Taylor Bashain and wife p. H. Pollard to be Attorney General 1 line mettle as o'er fought for right and C. J. Cox, of this place, at- - should be Ratified, and aided him to Happiest Girl In Lincoln. end, but and liberty. Lets meet tho occas- tended church here tho first Sun- - that so good a even these soare pleased This is a cordial invitation to YOU to become u deposi-to- r A Lincoln, Neb., grl writes, "I had Democrat, fine a lawthat ion with a solid line of battle and day and were guests to dinner yer and so accomplished a gentleman been ailing for some time with chronic of this institution a bank that is under tho management of I enroll tho name of Breckenridge with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Miller. will be on the ticket for that ofiilce as constipation aud stomach trouble. begun taking Chamberlain's Stomach County in its proper place on the a banking force of tho highest integrity and efficiency. Silas Miller, Jr., attended Hon. lames Garnett, of Adair. Mr. and Liver Tablets aud iu three days I jinnals of State. Garnett is one of the marked men of church at Sample Sunday. Mail deposits are solicited. Wo carry (i;o and burglary the State and we confidently expect was able to be up and got better right Will liasham went to Ilardins- - him to go much higher in the scale of along. I am the proudest girl in Linin children alFor insurance and pay interost on time deposits. coln to such a official position. He is a man of pre- For sale findAll Dealers.good medicine." ways ive Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera burg Saturday. by possessing appearance, a and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, Mr. and Mrs. John Seaton and and captivating speaker, andconvincing his voice and a speedy cure is certain. For sale children visited at D. S. Miller's will be worth many Votes to the party by All Dealers. lhe Democrats have put up n this fall. THE FARMERS BANK, Hardinsburg, Ky. splendid Stato ticket: one that wo Heretofore there has not been a great Kentucky State Fair. CRATIC DOCTRINE. deal of. attention paid to the lega medict can win in November hv a J. D. SHAW, Cashier. ability of those who were given the office . . As an encouragement to tho,pu-)il- s nanusouio majority. of Attorney General, but with the elec- - campaigu contributions before the day ' of tho city schools throughout "Bread baking success is guaranteed tion and installation of Mr. Garnett the of the election. We have given our sauctlon to an order of things will be changed. He is tho State, Strasscl-Gun- s Paint Co., If you use Lewisport BEST Flour. freer trade relations with the Dominion Ing tor their crops, that they may proa lawjer of pronounced ability ar. J will amendment to the Constitution of the of Canada. By our organization we of Louisville, has offered a special duce the world's food and clothing bring to the office experience n capac- Uulted States to authorize the select- have sent the Canadian pact at to the less cost for the benefit of LODIBURG. premium of $15 to'be distributed all. ity which ougnt always to he filled by ion of Senators of the United States Senate of the United States, where it We have passed through the Hou ' ut tho Kentucky State Fair as fol- an eminent lawyer. W. 1 . Walton, by a direct vote of the people. wlll'be passed before this session of with the loss of only We have passed the necessary resoone Democrat Lexington Herald 1. Collection of 10 troublesome Congress adjourns, carrying to the vote a bill Miss Lucille Parr is spending repealing the inlqultou lutions toautboriza'the Immediate weeds, pressed and named: tiret tho .week with hor uncle, Mr. American people larger markets for schedule K of the Into the Union of the Terri- their surplus tarfT.? ' Echo Meeting. products.openlng way act, that levied an average prize .$2, second prize $1, third Board, of Ekron. tories of Arizona and New Mexico, for better homes and greater the tix of education per cent on all the woollen prize ribbon. goads keeping the pledges of the Constitut- facilities, by raising the Missftc Tinn nnri Annin T.nn TTnr. embargo on American people buy a tax 2. Collection of leaves, twigs Sunday evening at the regular hour ion to hundreds of thousands of free that in lumber, wood pulp and paper. cases went as high as 150 p9r oTU and seeds of 10 native trees, press- dm wore visiting Miss Ossio of Epworth League service( Mls3 people that they should be'admltted to we have sent to a Republican Senate Payne, of Webster, last Saturday Mamie DeHavehand Miss Lenora Mc- - all the rights and privileges of self ed and mounted, first prize $2, seca free list bill removing the prohibitive Clothing that the nnr,r ,... Jl . 'h Gavock will glre an ond prize 41, third prize ribbon. and Sunday and attended church th(J conference held echo meeting of government guaranteed In the national duty on many of the necessities of life, substituting for this at Iilizabethtown. Constitution. Indefensible m2- - ft at Webster on Sunday. giving to the people in need and in 3. Exhibit of Honors fresh, or , ,,. T , . Tliey were Deautlfully entertained at , We came to the rescue of the Presi waut free bread and free meat and free that .averages rf vuHiuur bjowmiB the hom8 o Mr, and Mn clarence dent of the United states discredited by pressed, raised' in tho homo or 432' rX show, giving to the farming classes blankets and the pr cm weelf omi witu Alva, Ann Payne. Keith. cheanr ...4- -. I. I isohool garden: first prize $2, sechis own party, In his efforts to bring the tools of their husbandry, the cover flannels amounU to only Mftjtf To The Good ond prize $1, third prize ribbon. 4 Exhibit of 5 products raised in the home or school garden: first Road Movement prize $2, second prize$l, third prize I I Austin O'Bryan and Bros, will Furnish Music Free conveyances meet all trains; a good dinner and plenty of Refreshments of all kinds; a large, cool spring and abundance of shade and seats on the grounds. 11.1 1 I . I COME! I Clair, Dr. T. Managers Hendricks, Adie Kendall If You Want-- - cit-i7.- tuo-in-on- :: J. E. KEITH (l SON Monuments Will You Join Us? Foster-Milbur- n " summer-diarrhoe- :: 1 Payne-Aldri- ch . sol' 'a' : - ,M,T . p I