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The Breckenridge news: July 19, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911071901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: July 19, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREGKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI GROSSES THE RIVER OF LIFE FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages For Teachers. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911. Mr. Newman No' Better. A. 1'. Newman, who was critically ill In the spring, showa no i m p rj vein e tit sild Ills daughter, Ml Mnrgniet Nrw-m-Monday. W. who in II. Newman, wlio is in Kuropr, will re- No. 2 REWARD MAY BE ALL BUT ONE SPEND Good News Kentucky's STATE POLITICS u, ws tou T AT HOME. vearwill In i1 t Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson are reFUNERAL HELD TUESDAY. joiced over the fine son, who 'arrived at Although there are a number of war 13 He has been named rants out for the their arrest of Noel Bowr JUNERAL HELD FRIDAY Jameshome July Edward. mn, charging him with the murder of Mrs. Lyons, wife of J. W. Lyons, of Bert McCarty, the Lewisport ticket Tobinsport, died at home last Monday Capt. F. Marion Ryan died In Louis 000 agent, the officers have been unable to night, after an illness lasting a year. night at 9:45 o' i villa last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Randall are reShe was seventy-thre- e years of age and A:cloek after an illness of nix months. ceiving congratulations on their new-gi- get any trace of the supposed murder her life was one of usefulness and satiser. He was brought here recently from baby. It is claimed that the citizens of Lew faction to her family and friends. ;', Hickman, Ky., and three weeks ago A christian was Mrs Lyons and she isport have made up a purse of $850 for 000 was taken to Louisville for special Master uavia Marlon iienen nes a the arrest of Bowrman, and that the gov- - was a member of the Baptist church treatment. sixty three years. Her father was Although Cant. Ryan was born in little brother, Ira Behen, Ir. He ar ernor will likely offer a similar reward, Judge Tom Tobin, for whom the port ana with an additional reward of n years ago. rived at the home of his parrents, Mr. Tobinsport, Ind., He owned five hundred $250 offered by the L. H. & St. L , was named. Cloverport claimed him. He was the and Mrs. Ira Behen, July 13. will put the officers to work in earnest, acres in the bottom and was one of the son of Thomas Ryan, and his mother, ana within n few days Bowrman will most substantial settlers In Perry journal Card of Thanks. Mrs. Marv Catherine Ryan, survives county. doubtless be in custody. years him at the age of eighty-si- x We desire to extend our thanks to Besides her husband, Mrs. Lyons Sunday School Picnic. The latest warrant for Bowrman was 'Ooodbv. mother dear." were the last our trlends and nelinibots tor tuelr sworn out by George Rarlck, a section leaves six grown children, all have The members of tho Baptist words ho said to her when he was taken kiudntts showu us during the illness man, of Maceo, who found McCartv's lived up to her teachings and they were ounaay awav on a cot for Louisville. These and death-o- f our beloved mother and school gave their annual body, and who claims to have seen the pride of her life. They are: Mrs picnic lust Tuesday in Oglcsby's were always his farewell words ou the wife. Mollle Leaf, of Derby; Tom J. Lyons, Bowrman skulking away. 4 urove. lucre was a large crowd river bank when his steam boat pulled Mr. J. W. Lyons and Children. The accused Noel Bowrman was for: Miss Nell Lyons, Mrs. Carrie Tate. ana they all iud a delightful time out from Cloveruort durinir the last merly a section hand at Lewisport. Miss Minnie Lyons, James Lyons, of twenty years. Up until five years ago Suspicion fastens this most heinous Coffeyville, Kans. They attended the CaDt. Rvan .was connected with the SATURDAY GAME crime on him because it is claimed he funeral, which was conducted by the HAS THE RIGHT RING Louisville and .Evansville Transport had threatened McCarty 's life for re- Rev. Mr. Gabbert. Ion Company, and was Captain of the Tuesday night after the funeral ''Morning Star" and other steamers Frym ire's Team And The Clover- - porting him for the alleged stealing of twenty children and the father were towhisky out of the Lewisport depot. Friends he had among the river men, porters Have A Pretty Dia- Bowrman's discharge following He then gether. They stayed' at home, the Ed. Shinnick, Who Fought Mc In the cities, and at every light house went to Maceo, it is said, and secured a first time without mother. from the head waters of the Ohio to Creary, Swings Into Line mond Picture Here--Goo- d similar position, being again dischargthe gulf. Returns to Work. ed. Bowrman formerly worked on the And Urges Election of Nomi Crowd He leaves a wife and one sister.Mrs section at Havvesville, and has the rep Miss A. Louise Uabbage will be at Ryan was Miss L B. Perkins. Mrs. nee. utation of former trouble. He is a the News office every Monday and Marv T Cowden. whom he married in Clover Enthusiasm over base-ba- ll half brother of Mrs Aleck Alsip. living Tuesday nhd is glad to get back to wotk the seventeenth of September, I877 port is growing every day and an ex near town, and his mother resides at again. She hopes Editor Schinmck, of the Shelbville her friends will rewas held in the Baptist citing game was played Saturday. Deanhekl. The funeral member that she canuot write what she Record, made a hard fight for his favor church Friday afternoon The Rev. The score was 14, to 4 In favor of the Excitement over the crime runs hrh Mr. Lewis. Dastor of the Methodist home team. The boys played excell- at Lewisport and all over the countv, does not know, and will depend ou them ite, Mr. Addaras, in the State primary, church, otllciated. The services were ent ball and the battery was in fine and.if the perpetrator is caught, there to keep her posted ou all the news. but now proves that he is a true blue is little doubt that no expense to the During her absence, Miss Mild ed Bab-bag- e Democrat by coming out flat footed conducted at the grave in the Clover- - trim. The trains was as follows: county will attach to his trial. Owens.- for Senator Mc took charge of the work and did and unequivocally jftport cemetery by the Masonic body of Doro inquirer. Cloverport Creary, the nominee. splendidly. The following editorial from the Record of last Fri I p 0. A. I H. R "E. blanket of flowers and beautiful floral day, is chock full of bound advice. 0" 1 2 a 3 tributes covered the grave. The pall J.O'Briens s.. ATTRACTIVE GIRL Read this: 0I1 2 2 were: Messrs.William Gibson, S. Jarboe 11... 13 bearers In the primary election held last Sat 1 1 2 0 0 Chas. May, Wick Moorman, Charles L. Furrow 3b.. in uity uuumparauveiy small vote was Payne. R. Wilson Sawyer Julius Nolte.a'nd Frank Marries In Macon, lllinois- - Miss Lovely Young Woman Marries polled, yet Mr. McCreary was chosen 1 2 3 3 2 Those who attended the funeral from E. Gibson 2b .. by an overwhelming majority as the 1 0 3 a distance were: Harry Weatherholt, M. Tucker r f . 1 Bernice Roff And Mr. Ray- In Oklahoma City-Br- ide And party's nominee. We were not surpris I tiity; Mrs. Wyatt Bush and C. Hall p 0 I1 3 0 3 of Central ed at the result of the mond E. Gray Wed. ') 0 2 -2 0 Miss May Zirkle, of Louisville; Mrs. B. Tucker c f . Groom Both Weil-KnoIn tell the truth and face primary, but "to the devil," we 1 1 1 0 0 Hattle Wyatt, of Elizabethtown; Row- L. Pate f. ... I 2 were disappointed. We were auti-MCloverport. 5 27 I 11 I 13 Smith, of Stephensport; Mrs. Total land U Creary for what we considered good and Mr. and Mrs. Wave Roff, of tnis city, Thos. Linsey, of Evansville; Alfred Two base hit, Gibson; Double play, have received invitations to the mar sufficient reiuons, not the least of L'eeof Howell, Inu.; and Mrs. Holt, of B. Tucker to Jarboe: base on balls, riage of his Miss Addie Perkins and Mr. J. O. which was the belief that he would be sister, Mis Bernice Fay Irviugton. Bell were married in Oklahoma City, weaker in November than some other Hall 4; Struck out, Hall 4;hlt by pitch- Roff to Mr. Raymond E. Gray. ed ball, Hall 1. The wedding took place in Macon, July 5, at the home of his sifter, whose man. at the head of the ticket. J Visited In The City Sunday We are a Democrat in everythin III., last evening. The bride is the critical Illness compelled the marriage Frymire place there. that the term implies. We believe in p.p. I A. H. I R. E. sister of Mrs. Albert Whitaker, ot Ma- to take Mrs. Bell has had charge of the trim- - majority rule and are ready and willing con, who issued the invitations, I) 10 The following Grand Officers of the Barrc 2 0 2 Mrs Gray is an attractive and accom- Ing department of Mrs. Cordrey's Milli to do all we can in our feeble way, that lodge of Kentucky, were In the Shellman s s.. . K. of P. 2 0 2 2 8 plished young girl. Since she has been nery establishment in this city for sev the ticket may be successful in the gen U 1 1 city Sunday,on their way to Owens-bor- o Bruner 2b ft 1 As to the candidates grown, she spent one summer with her eral seasons. She knew Mr. Bell here eral election. way of Louis-util- e Grant from Lexington, by 0 rf brother here and visited friends in In- while he was with The American To nominated for the minor offices on the Cloverport in an automobile. Hall lb and 0I0I2 5 I2 bacco Company. They both have many ticket, there cannot be a word of addiana, !Mr. E. W. G. Hobbs, Sr., President of O'Bryan p .... 1 U 5 0 3 good friends in Cloverport. Mr. and verse criticism. They are, individual 'the Board of Control of the Widows Tavesay 1 f . . . . 0 0 0 0 0 Mrs. Bell will make their home In Elk ly and collectively, as good as could and Orphans Home. Mr. J. W. Carter, Brashear 3b... 2 0 0 0 Sweet Little Girl Dies. 4 City, Okla possibly have been selected. What has 0" G. K. R. & S. ; Mr. J. B. Hunt; Mr. E. Bassettc f.... 1 0 0 0 The been said of any of the candidates be daughter of Mr ,YY. G. Hobbs, Jr., wa.s chauffeur. The 13" 2 12 24 4 Total and Mrs. George Gregory died sudden fore the primary should be forgotten. party reached Cloverport about' 2 o'Barbecue Dance. Every Democrat should remember that Home run, Grant; base on balls, y in Louisville last week. The body clock p. in., and stopped at the home 1 ne young society men oi Clover May, Sr. Tney were O'Bryan 4, Grant 2;struck out.O'Bryan was brought here for burial and the port are making arrangements for the the prospects of electing a Democrat of Mr. Chas. Grant 3; hit by pitched ball O'Bryan funeral was held at the home of Mr. annual barbecue hop to be given Thurs rresiueni at tne next election grow royally entertained j until four o'clock I day night, August 10th. e .1 l better all the time. They should re ' ii ucuancu jui r Grant 2; passed balls, Shellman 2, Gregory's parents. wnen uiey wwcusuuiu. member, too, that Kentucky is tired of Barr 2. Umpire, Lee Yeager; score keeper, Republican misrule and for that reason III. Capt. Rowland they should work harmoniously to the David Phelps. 1 b--c rm. la m Capt. J. H. Rowland was taken sudend that the nominees selected last denly ill Siturday afternoon at the Saturday may be elected at the Nov Gardner-Perkin- s. Henderson Route shops. He is at home ember election. Let us pull together Miss Mamie Gardner and Mr. His health and is somewhaUitnproved. and have a Democratic Administration iu not been the best all summer, and Orvillo Perkins were married in Kentucky and later on we will give tfae Captain's friends regret that he the State's electoral vote for a Demo- Saturday evening. The wedding 4, atanbt enjoy the hot weather as much cr tic President. took place at tho homo of the rl fifty-seveI I --B- ELL Cast. Marion Rvan Victim 0 r ' In Louis Heart Disease-Di- ed villa Wednesday Niaht- - Was Fifty Seven Years Of Age,And years A Rivcrman Twenty-Fiv- e turn to New Yofk in September when For he expect" to c me back lure to, set Ms broth e, , whom he had not seen until r this prtug for vvaip. forty-fou- Apprehension of Noel Bowr-ma- n Mother Sleeps Gently Accused Of Murder Of Resting Place-M- rs. Bert McCarty, Of Lewisport, HAD MADE THREATS. Last Lyons Large Dies And Leaves Family. A Homes Are Gladdened. tchool per capita th be higher than It has ever neen In the hUory of the State nl tnough It has not vet been fixed The present per capita is $4, but in some counties where the dog tax brings In neat sum the per capita goes higher, as me iuuuuy is coiiecteu. 1 no straight per capita for the school children of the whole State has never been higher tha 31, which was the amount for last year This year, on account of the large In crease in the assessment on persona and real property and also because increased assessment on franchises there will be more money raised than in some years and the school per caplt may go as high as S4.O5. The school census has not been completed yet so ts not possible to tell just what the school per capita will be, but Frank P James, estate Auditor said last night he thought it would go as hieh as 51.10 Mr. james said tne per capita certainlv wouiu be higher than it had ever been and would be more than the 4 which was fixed last year. Frankfort News JLL Ben Johnson Stump-Sugges- AGLOW. Go to On the s tion of PermHeadquar-ter- anent Democratic in Louisville. OTHER DOPE OF INTEREST. Louiaville, Ky., July 15. -- It came to that several prominent Louisville Diiiiocrnts, having the good of the party at heurt, lire at work on a plan to incorporate a company with JP30.000 capital, divided into shares of $100 each or the purpose' of buying or erecting a suitable building near the center of the city, to be used as permanent Democratic headquarters, to be equipped with billiard and reading rooms and other conveniences. It is the purpose of the promoters to give the headquarters a State color by civlne the State Democrats a chance to take shares nt nominal sums. However, all Democrats, whether stockholders or not, will he welcome at nil times, and requested lo make the headqunrters theirs while in Louisville, Ben Johnson to Stump. Congressman Ban Johnson, of the Fourth district, returned to Washington this week, after spending several days wuu uis lamny at Bardstown. As Chairman of the House Committee on the District of Columbia, he is busy probing into the municipal affairs of Washington, a task of no mean pro Congressman portions. lohuson tooth ana toe nail" for the Demo cratic State ti:ket, .headed by Senator McCreary, aud will be found on the stump whtii the campaign starts his friends say. light today 1 c..4a2ll I I I I I I I Kimball For Chairman Many Democrats in looking around for a suitable aud capible Chalrnnn of the Diinocratic State Camnaiuii Com mittee, have hit upon former Congressman Willium Preston Kimball. His friends declare that he is in every way equipped for the onerous and resnon- ible work, and is without a peer in executive ability required to conduct a winning State campiiga. He is the present chairman ol the Lexington and Favette county Democratic Committee. c A1ATTI.NGLY A daughter was born to the wife of Len Keenan July 14. V. Hinton, of Louisviller came last Sunday to see his wife, who is sick at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I 0111 I I I .... three-year-o- ld W.N. Pate. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pate, of Heech Fotk, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Mason last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Hambleton visit ed her sister, Mrs. Pevton EskrMrm , c ast Sunday. Miss Florence Rhodes, of Kirk, com menced her school at Mattinclv last Monday. I I BB niv PICTURE FRAMES SM usual. From Old Friends The News received a phamplet on Kentucky, and Illinois it circuit I9II from W. T. Bullock, was U. S. ma'l agent on the Twrwcon,'l803 tolS75 and Zack Bark-tr- , wto was Adams express agent. tke Indiana, "Arrested at Havvesville. HawMvJlle, Ky.. July 15. City Marshal Mason made an exceptionally good catch Friday when he arrested Jamea Cooper, of Sbawueetown, 111., and George Rurdette, of Rockport, Ind., two yjmjr white men, charged with grand larceny, for the alleged theft of at Steph-ewpo- rt nsl' Btts am a aeveral days ago. Officer ton caught the two young men with fVlM! Ws aud the skiff in their poMwslon m1 wllM above tuts place, and, ogia tkw here, placed them in t await tre arrival ofaa officer bride's aunt, Mrs. Druror, of III. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins spent Sunday hero with relatives and friends. Thoy will make their homo jn Lexington whore ho has a position as pharmacist. Mrs. Perkins is a lovely young woman, and has made her home for several years with Mrs. Ifallou. Mr. Porkius is an excellent and young man. Du-quoin, am-bitio- $3.00 2.50 2.00 Frames for Frames for Frames for $1.49 1.39 1.19 LET US FILL YOUR NEXT GROCERY ORDER Staple Groceries at Reasonable Prices FULL WEIGHT AND " - HIGHEST QUALITY NOTICE We challeng any kid ball team for a series of three or live games; Our players are all under I5 years of age and this is the only restriction we place on opposing teams. We will treat all visitors nice, and wil play any team within the age limit. Cor respond with the undersigned, Marion Waatherholt, Mgrr. "Kid Ball Ttaw," Cloverport, Ky. tfl TRADE WITH US AND NEVER BE IN DEBT Thomas Wroo. His sister, Miss Miugarot Wroe,, went to his homo for a visit several weeks ago. She talked so much about homo that the "big brother" got homesick. Something rare for a follow to do those days, but "Ed Wroo" always lovod Clovorport which was returned aa ho was given a position in tho Cloverport Graded School every term for eight years. Jim Philip's horse died last Satur day. Mrs. Peyton Scott, of Cloverport, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Pate, has returned home. Morris Sanders visited Heber and Charley Hawkins on Ueech Fork Sunday. Miss Irene Brickey visited her cous- ns, Alice and Flora Brickey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Perkins went Sunday to visit her brothar,Bill Beavln, who is sick at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. W.D. Taul, of Plsgah. Mr. and Mrs. CD. Hamblaton enter Got Homesick. tained at dinner last Sunday, the folProf. Edmund Wroo, of JFlcm- - lowing guests: Mr. andMrs. B.F.Frank ingsburg, arrived lust week for a and daughter, Valeria, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brlckev and daughter, visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. . w. oinaers ana aauguter, Eula, Mrs. Haul ne MRS. First SI. J. S. LOVE, IrviMgton, Ky. m 8Uhwiport. Slow in Louisville. Mrs. Sallio Moorman loft Mon- day for Louisville. Sho comes to Ulovorport frequently and every timo who brings a now j'oko with her. This week Mrs. Moorman is telling about a Clovorport man, whoso name sho did not give, wh ent to Louisvillo recently to spend a fow days. Tho first night lore wa& so much noiso made bv tho street trallio that he could not sleep. Tho second night ho said Date Changed. thoro was as much racket aa the The Masonic picnic at "West night boforo. Thrt next day tho Poit will bo hold Friday, August Clovorportor said: 'I never heard as many wagons going at night in 4, instead of July 29. A big. time my life, they must be mighty beis planned. hind in their hauling." PLATFORM ADOPTED BY T Fourteenth We favor a uniform The platform of the Republican party Kentucky, adopted by the State con- syrtem of accounting in public offices In and the abolition of all useless offices. vention Is ns follows: Fifteenth We oppose doublb tnxa The Republican party In Kentucky, in convention assembled, adopts the tlon and favor a thorough revision of the tax laws which will equally dlstrl following platform: We recognize the high char- bute the burdensof taxation, reduce the First: acter and ability and the distinguished rate and not only retain the capital now public service of President Taft and Invested but invite the investment of cordially Indorse his administration and other capital into the State. We favor the submission to the people of a conunreservedly Indorse him for renomlnu-tlonlWe heartily commend stitutional amendment enlarging the 1913. our Republican Senator and our Repre- power of the General Assembly In the sentatives in Congress for the assistance matter of taxation, and when such adthey have given the national admlnls-tion- . ditional law is passed, to make it effectual only when submitted to and apIndorse the proved by a majority of the people who Second We approve and Republican administration of the affairs vote upon the same. We favor such of the state, and we approve and In- regulation by law as will consolidate dorse all means employed by that ad- assessment and collection of taxes so ministration for the preservation of that the cost of collection may be malaw and order, and favor the passage of terially reduced. We recognize the obsuch additional laws as may be neces- ligation the State is under to the disinterested men who have given their sary for that purpose. Democratic time and attention and of their means Third We arraign the party of Kentucky not only for its fail- to the Investigation and consideration ure to comply with, but for its flagrant of the question of the revenue laws of violation of the laws of the United the State. Sixteenth We favor the adoption of States, requiring the apportionment of Congressional districts, and of the con- a just and conservative law providing stitution of the State, directing the ap- for the arbitration and labor disputes. Seventeenth We favor the passage portionment of Judical, Senatorial and Legislative districts. We denounce the of laws which shall make effective the present apportionment as unjust and constitutional provision against the Isunconstitutional, and, In many instan- suance of free passes to officials and ces, a denial of equal representation to their families. Eighteenth We favor the adoption people In different sections of the State. We demand that equal representation of legislation to make effective the conshall be given to all the people of the stitutional amendment in favor of good State, and that the rights of all shall be roads. Nineteenth We favor the passage of protected by a just and fair apportiona law providing for the thorough and law. ment Fourth We demand the reform of effective inspection of State banks. the election laws for the purpose of Twentieth We favor further legislasecuring fair and free election; the re tion for the protection of miners from peal of the law which provides for regis unnecessary bodily injury. Twenty-firs- t We demand that tratlon certificates and makes them commodity In the local market; the American citizens abroad, whether na passage of a Corrupt Practices ac tive born or naturalized and of what which shall limit the size of campaign ever race or creed, shall be secure in funds in botli primary and regular eltc the enjoyment of all rights and pnvl Hons and provide for complete public leges provided by our treaties. Twenty-seconWe favor the enact' ity In respect thereto, both before and after elections; an effective prohibition ment of a law to punish the white slave of campaign contributions by corpora traffic in the State. Twenty-thirWe denounce lynch control of elec tions.and for Ings and mobs of every character and Hons, favor the passage of a law that will Fifth We demand the passage of n d d of the days when he had to muster twtce-a-weclie remembered whoa the Methodist church was1 divided and his parents took their place in the ranks of the M.E South. He was baptized In THE OLD RELIABLE infancy. Seven children, n 23 grand-chll-dre- u surand 3 vive All hlschildren live in Kentucky, BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Rev. Jarboe expects to begin a revival here next Sunday. We wish him success and It is greatly needed. We have good rains, crops look well and people arc surviving the hot 39 Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scro-sulpimples, rashes, etc., arc due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters Makes you is n draining blood tonic. clear-eyeclenr-brnlue- OUR RECORD An : years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand, Never scaled a check. 3 absolutely Safe Place (o do Business. EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits A il, clear-skinne- APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 IF WOKIENJNLY KNEW What a Heap of Happiness it Would Statement of Condition of Bring to Cloverport Homes. Hard to do housework ing back. with an ach The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky., at the close of business June 30, 1911. Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come from sick kid neys, 'Twould save much ncodless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys, Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them. Mrs. Charles Stephons, 526 Clay St. , Owensboro, Ky. , says: "I have used Dorn's Kidney Pills and believe they are a good remedy. I did not take them exactly as directed but they strengthened my back and relieved me of the acute pain. When I felt better, I would stop taking them instead of continuing their use until a complete cure was ef fected. I have improved in many ways since using Doan's Kidney Pills and can recommend them highly to all sufferers from kidney trouble." For sale by all dealers Price CO Foster-Milbur- n cents. Co,, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United RESOURCES. Notes and Bills Cash in Safe and Cash Items Cash in Other Banks . Stocks and Bonds Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate . ; Furniture and Fixtures . Total ... . $251,838.76 16,975.13 . 47,908.03 6,051.74 . 1,800.00 1,834.29 400.00 $326,807.95 $ 50,000.00 . LIABILITIES. 17,500.00 3,294.31 2,500.00 253,513.64 Capital Stock Paid in States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Epworth League Notes. At the July business meeting of the Cloverport Epworth League several moves were made that showed the life of this Chapter, and are noted in the following paragraphs law providing for compulsory direct primary elections by the leading parties, held by the State at the expense of the State and with severe penalties for ary infraction of the law. Sixth We favor an amendment to the State law permitting and encourag Ine joint nominations of the same can didate by different parties. Seventh--T- he judiciury of the State, in both, the Circuit and Appelieate on courts, should be chos-esun grounds and a continuance In office of faithful ju ical public 5e'rvants should be determined by no other qualifica tion than fitness non-part- i Uighth We demand a compliance with the pluin requirements of the constitution by the enactment of a uniform local option law, with the county as the punish by fine, imprisonment and sum mary removal irom omce, any peace officer who fails to protect a prisloner in his custody. We hereby appeal to all ci izens of Irrespective of this Commonwealth, party affiliations, to support the princi ples herein enunciated. John W Langley, Chairman, Frank M. Fisher, J. H. Gilliam, George DuRelle, Richard C. Stoll, R C. McClure, Calrb Powers, W. D. Cdchran, James Breathitt, C. M. Dividend No. 42, Due Depositors 5 per cent. . . . v. , Total . . . $326,807.95 ooo was pledged at thn Louisville Conference for missions. This pledge was given as a and gf.00 over this amount was given. The free has been adopted by this Chapter Instead of given enter tainments for the purpose of ralslnc money. The idea was suggested by Re v Dillon and Mrs. Dillon. Although the Leaguers bitterly opposed It last year, Last year $.'55.00 Very respectfully, k M. H. BEARD, Cashier. Henderson Route Notes. C. W. B01ILER MARION WEATHERIIOLT will-givin- Barnett, governing unit. Ninth The first duty of the btate is Happiest Girl In Lincoln. to provide for the education of all its we favor the present children. While A Lincoln, Neb., girl wtitt, "I bad law prohibiting mixed schools, we been ailing for pome time with chronic nevertheless favor the granting of constipation and. stouittch trouble. I to the equal educational privileges gan taking Chamberlain's Stomach We demand and Liver Tablets aud in three days I children of both races. that the public schools o: the State was able to be up and got better right shall be tuken and kepi entirely out of long I hiii the piou lest girl in Lin a good medicine.'1 politiei and that the interest and wel- coln to find fare of the children shall have first con- For sale by All Dealers. sideration in all school matter. We call for better schools and schoolhuuses, McGAVOCK. for longer school terms in the country and for better pay for the teachers, and Miss Vina Hathawav, of Owensboro, tnat all elections for school trustees be the guest of her cousin, Miss Lissie had on different days from other elec'umphrey, for a few days. tions. We favor separate manual train Miss Hallie Beattv left Sunday to be- ing schools in every county in the State for both races, and we favor compul- gn her school at Jackson. She was acsory attendance of children of school companied by her sister, Miss Nellie, age. who will enter school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. John Knight spent SunTenth We unqualifiedly condemn and denounce the "Third House, ' all day with Mr. and Mrsi John Ryan, cf corrupt lobbying and improper methods Victoria. used to iulluence legislation, and we J. M. Beatty spent Saturday the demand thaf such a Ihw be passed as guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. will provide adequutt punishment for Beatty. such practices, and if this cannot be Mts. J. M. Beatty and daughter,Miss otherwikc accomplished, we favor such Nora, were in Cloverport Wednesday mtmwirtM as will pUc more directly in shopping. the hamU of the people the power to "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a ocrruct thii evil. success If you use Lewlsport BEST Eleventh We fiivor either the crea- flour." tion of a competent and effective public utilities coMtuissiou, or the grant to Sprains require careful treatment. the Railroad Commission of the power Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's to regulate such utilities. Liniment freely. It will remove the Twelfth We demand the enactment eoreuess and quickly restore tt'e pats to it healthy condition. Fur sale by All conof a law providing for trol of penal and charitable institutions, Dealers. and for the abolition of contract convict labor; and we denounce the Board Aged Kentuckian Dies at of Prison Commissioners in hiring out Tucker's School House. the children under their charge at Reform School for the benefit of the whose morals and education that InstiWilliam S. Hall died of Bright's dlv tution was originally established, ease. He was born In Hancock county Thirteenth We favor the adoption Oct. 23,1839 and died July 10, 1911. His of aa amendment to the Federal Con- occupation In early life was stitution, providing for the election of on the Ohio river. He was well known United State Senators by the direct from Louisville to New Orleans. He vote of the people. was a democrat. Capt. Hall often spoke flat-boatin- g Maurice L. Galvin, Louis L. Walker, A. J. Kirk. Catholic Cliu-cl- i Picnic. they are being converted that it Is the Stanley. Ity. July 19, $1.44 round trip only nay to support this great work. from Cloverport. Tickets good to return same day. ooo A move was made at this meeting to Masonic Picnic, West Point. give a lawn fete to raise funds foracer-tu- n debt, butonly six voted for the plan uly 22, J 2.03 from Cloverport. Tick and ten against'it. ets good to return same day. Reduced Rate6 to Atlantic City and Strencous efforts are being made to return July 20 and Aug. 2. collect back dues and all' those in ar rears, please pay what you can to the Reduced Rates to Niagara Falls July treasurer. 000 PATE Bonier an GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. ooo jl, Aug.ll, Aug I5. No man In Kentucky has b'een more NOTICE nterested In League work than Hugh Please do not ask us to publish card B. Fleece, who for four years has been President of the League Conference. of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free Although Mr. Fleece Is a busy member of the law firm of DuRelle & Fleece, of Louisville, he consented to act as chairman of an important committee for the Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and.Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. STLPHENSP0RT, Conference. How Chas. Shepherd delivered The Echo meeting of the annual con the Baptist church Sunday. ference held Sunday evening at the de- Mrs. Dr. Grant, (nco Sue votloual hour of the League service of Panama, was the guest here was in charge of the delegates, of relatives hero few days last Miss Dehaven and Miss Leonora Mc Gavock. The program was continued week. during the church hour bv the pastor Mrs. John Gardner is vory low and Miss Alleue Hardaway. at this writing. Bra-shear- ooo two vory interesting sermons at ), 11 Estimates on Application Miss Bornice Ahl, of Evansville, was the guest of Miss Henrietta Slavery a few days last week. V. J. Schopp has returned from a business trip to Louisville. Mrs. G. "W. Payne and daughter, Miss Esther, and Mrs. Piko Conn attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Dow'oll at Sample Thurs day. Mrs. II. S. English, Jr., and children, have returned homo after spending sovoral weeks with her mother, Airs. Bello Crawford. Rev. Chas. Shepherd, wife and daughter, woro guests of Mr. and Mrs, P. D. Hawkins Saturday aud Sunday, Bread baking success ia guaran teed if you use Lewisport Beet Flour. ooo The conference pledged $1300 thlS aro the guests of Mr. and year; fcco or this was pledged by the Cloverport League. One thousand dol Mrs. John Dieckman. lars will be used for missionary work Rev. Jarboo has returned from n Cuba. Kirk, whore he has been holding oou The attendance at Elizabethtown a meeting. Mrs. A. Cashman and children was I37 and the guests were royally entertained. Next year the meeting will are spending a few days with her be held at Hopklnsville. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Barbee, Mrs. Nellie Dieckman and chil-dre- n NOTICE. We have many subscribers who can afford to take the News one year, who are (subscribing for it every three months. We wish all who can conveniently give us yearly subscription, would do so, as it is quite a little work to change the dates so often and frequently you mis copies of the papv. Thank-iag(yfor favoring us la this way, I am, RtcpMtfully, John D. Bbb0g, ou on Green Hill. Mrs." M. L. Roberts was hi Louisville last week. Otis Dowcll is having his cottage remodeled and is having another story added, to it. It will bo quite an improvement to the town when completed. Mr. and Mrs, Larue Barkloy and son, of Springfield, 111 aro the gueeta of their father and sister, Mrs. Percy Blaise, Bowling Green Business Univera-itInformation has boon re- -' coived that both the universily. and the journal aro purchaam new equipment and will be Utter prepared than over to their , friends. The Univm-aif,iui2' j ..Jr.,. a fflorinns ...jpuny preparing UUI1CH Business University Rises From Ashes. The big lire at Bowling Green caused a deal of regret in' Cloverport on account of its distructiqu toDenhardt Brothers newspaper plant and the building of the y. mm in ,iAn am UUi . wfciyiu n., -- - t Baseball News. The Breckenriil tll.ll.Ha1t nu, a i n.4.. .- uiooc piayea on the Sabbath. mi pltM tigs uwt, FRYMIRE. Wjuat threshing is the order of the IE fclw Lavina Curry has Typhoid fever H .Mr. Hattle Frymtre Is on the sick 93 I M i'1 1 111 "... i 1 U. i ?h . m. - S3 1:1 n II 111 n ll - n 1 Ite i a (To I A ROOMFUL OF GOOD 'George Edward Shellmah is at home Iff! State College, Lexington, to spend ' Ml vacation. iw tkhool opened at Frymlre last Mon i day, with Miss Halite Severs as teacher. jy Mrs. Annie Shettnlre, of Chicago, is viriting her mother, Mrs. May Cart, of tJirion Star Hubert Bruner has his new bunga low about completed. Mrs. 'May Graves, of Rising Star, Texas, Is visiting Mrs. Annie Shellman, i "I I no FURNITURE m03 ONLY $2 all. Justthinkof a mi II li u .11 mi .i I 8 iuu WAIMm I cash buys this set of fine solid oak mission style library or living room furniture; and you can pay balance ns it suits your convenience. The whole set, large rocker, arm chair, reception cliair and handsome library table, Kvcry piece is full sire nud exactly as pictured. Ilcst grade of chase leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs and rocker. The springs are oil tempered nnd sag proof. The rocker is easily worth f7.5o; the arm chair $7.00; the table $6.50, and the small chair J4.00-f25.- 00ln of Holt. Hurrah for the News and Its worthy editor. Bread baking Is guaranteed a success If you use Lewlsport BEST Flour. I $13.75 the value when you can get nil four pieces for $13.75; only fa cash nnd you can pay balance at your convenience. Itching piles provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure them. Donu's Ointment cures Itching, bleeding orpro- - Ira trudlng piles after years of suffering. At mm any drug store. i FURNIT XJ Ifc OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only 313-31- 5 4-Passe- nger . . . $3.98 COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., We own and operate the largest store In Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, nnd do the largest business 111 the South. ROSETTA is Mr. and Mrs. John Smith.'of Newton, Kansas, after a month's visit to friends and relatives, haVe returned to their home. Mrs. Claude Myers and children are visiting hep parents at Garfield. The following young people spent st vival. Sunday at Sulphur Well: Mlfses Ural success is guaranteed Bread baking Jordan, Elsie Baxter, Lillie Nell, Ava fAl you use the LewiBport BEST Flour. Anderson and Lillie and Emma Suping-er- , and Messrs. Masena Anderson. ' f l?or summer diarrhoea in childreu al- Colic, Cholera Herman Rice, Lawrence Taber, Jim ;ways give Chamberlain's bnd Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, Childs, Glen Bunger and Ernest Stith. Bread baking success Is guaranteed if 'and a speedy cure Is certain. For sale you use the Lewlsport BEST Flour. by All Dealers. visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Garner. Mr. and Mis. Willie Greer, of Texas, are visiting relatives here. I: rl00 T?1n fJinMft11 rAftlrn.l linmn iv. from Cincinnati Thursday. Charlie Mercer and Oscar. Adkisson attended church at Custer Saturday. Mrs. Press Mllburn, of Custer, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F. Board this week. The people of this neighborhood are glad Mr. Wroe has opened a store at this place. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Garner were called to the bedside of their son, G. C. Garner, at McDanlels Sunday. Misses Aline Ross and Bessie Brown are spending the week at High Plnins : with friends nnd are attending the re It 1 matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we gi ve to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fnir we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of trood people who do not live in Louisville, With us; no YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD W. MARKET ST. Louisville, Ky. I clip tliH Coupon from Hie BRECKENRIDGE CI.OVERPORT. NEWS, KY. to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cus- tomers who come right into our n;s. WRITE US nud tell us just what you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages fr Refrigerators, Stoves, Carpets, Rims. Linoleums or Mnttin tre fiHfl wo will rnt1t litr . turn mail, giving you full particularsof the wonderfully low prices we can make, "'LUle,casy len"3 we wiu 1)e Kln1 t0 R'vc you. We ABSOLUTELY GUAR- 7. h Vcry nrticle we cell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken birk end the MONEY P FFUNDED. Cut out and fiU in the COUPON in tl.is nd. and mail IT TO US TO-DAGo-cartTO-DA- WE PAY THE FREIGHT ami would ulars as to lite to have full partic- Name LOUISVILLE, KY. P. O. Freight Office Elizabeth ffendrick and The Golden Sunsets understand a mother's anxiety, if you know the joy of being a the greatness of being a d mother, perhaps you may know what life has meant to Elizabeth Hendrick. She has seen, at least, thirty thousand beautiful sunsets, for the seventh day of this month was the anniversary of her eighty-fourtbirthday. At her home in Meade county, near Guston, where she was born and spent grand-mother, Will You Join Us? This is a cordial invitation to YOU to become a depositor of this institution a bank that is under the management of a banking force of the highest integrity and efficiency. Mail deposits me solicited. We carry li.e and burglary insurance and pay interest on time deposits. If you have lived long enough to Bettle H. McCall, her great-gran- grand-daughte- r, GUSTON fsank Warmouth, returned to .JVC Notice it.iio viau iw iunci, UikCl it mis Louis- ville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wiedman, of Sample, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jolly Sun- Thut resolutions of uvo published at 5 cents per Hup. Please do not send obituaries to rc.-pe- ct Mrs. Edwin H. Jolly and her great grand daughter, Elizabeth Claire Jolly, her little namesake. Jlrs. Hendrick Is hale and hearty, able to attend to her farm and transacts all her business. She Is the mother of eleven children, eight of whom are living. They are: Garland F. Hendrick, Mrs. C. G . Wylder, Mrs. Win. Simmons, of Oklahoma; Dr. T. J. Hendrick, of Webster; J. A. Hendrick, ner girlhood days, this honorable oc- ot.Guston, Mrs. Bettle II. McCall, of casion was enjoyed by four generations Irvington, and Miss Hannah and Lucie of the family: her daughter, Mrs. Hendrick, who live with their mother. h THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg Ky. J. D. SHAW, Cashier. day. Payne and children returned to Webster Monday, after a few days visit to Mrs. Will Board. ' Mrs. G. P. Paul has returned home from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. MrS. Mack the News without expecting to pay for thd publication of this kind of matter. spent the week end with friends Raymond neighborhood. in. the LODIBURG. Miss Lillian Granel spent Sunday with Miss Ida Dutschke, of Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Basham were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roll Miller, of Webster, last Sunday. Owen.Kasey, of Bewleyville. Mrs. MolHe Gibsop and Miss Nina Willie E. Young and Everett Neff Hardin were at Garfield one day last turned to Moline, 111., Saturday. week to see Mrs. May Do well, who has jf, Mr. and Mrs Dave Henry, of Chatta- been very ill for the past month, and is nooga, Tenn , ha.ve been visiting Mr. I no better at this writing jj Anderson. . and Mrs. Charlie Allen Bandy and sister, Emeree.were Mrs, Childs and daughter, of Louis- r r tir . n 1.. 01r ..lliH oauuy, Mary Coleman last VJ3i""; ville, visited Mrs y .Mr. ana .Mrs. Wank Doan were at Irvington one day last week shopping. iuuis otm, 01 inuiana, is tne gues ot Frank Doan, this week. liyron Johnson, of Garfield, was the guest of hU daughter, Mrs. Grayson Payne last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Burch. of fat. Louis, is at home Frymire, last Sunday. w;ek. this week on a visit. Mrs. Nannie Payne was a guest at Misses Lillie and Emma Supinger and Frank Claycomb, of Union Star, was are visiting Irvington one day last week. little brother, of Frankfort, the guest of his sister, Mrs. A. Duts ' Jonas Mercer, of Bowling Green, their aunt, Mrs. G. J. Neff. chke, last week Mercer Basham and sister, Jennie, visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvington, Sunday There is to be an all day meeting at Walnut Grove next Sunday, July 23rd. Every body invited to attend and special Invitation to John D. Babbage. There will be plenty of dinner for all. "Eread baking success Is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". -1 Hook, Mrs. J. T. Hoben. "Bread baking success is guaranteed Mrs. Thomas Withers and mother, Mrs. Uarnetta, left this morning for a if you use the Lewiport BEST Flour." Sold by J. II. Gardner. visit to their old home In Virginia. tives and friends. Misses Agnes McGill, Mary Leigh Gregory and Lum McGill visited Mrs. Orrln Hardin las,t week. Mrs. Marcella Sheeran has returned from St. Joseph's Infirmary after hav ing undergone an operation. The Fair will be something great. Miss Annie Hendrick visited Mrs. liobt. Hendrick last week. The president, Arthur Beard, and secretary, Jno. M. Skillmau, of the fair, are doing everything in their power to make this the cleanest nnd best fa r that Ureckenrldge hss ever had. J F, Miller Iihs returned home after a two weeks vacation. Miss Myrtle Witheis Is very sick. The farmers in this community are through tliieshing their wheat and the yield is much better than was expected. Mrs. Deuuie Miller and children. William, Anna Belle nud George Evans Miller, have returned home after being the guests of Mrs. Hubert DeJamette for a week. Samuel Evans is spending his vaca tion in Lewisport. Mrs. Forest Llghtfoot and duughtrr, aue, are the guests of Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Alvm Skillmau entertained at dinner Thursday Mrs. II. M. Bevrd, Herbert Hall, clerk for F. Beard & Mrs. Forest Litfhtfoot and daughter, Co., is out for a vacation this week. Miss Jane Mrs Judith DeJarnette, Mr. and Mrs, The following from here attended the Republican Convention lust week: Marvin Beard and children returned Messrs. W. S. Ball, A. R. Kincheloe, Tuesday from a two weeks visit to Lake Herbert, Arthur and Diily Heard and Winona. G. D. Shellumn. Mrs. I'M la Hensley is out after a two weeks illness. Mrs. Arthur Jarboe died last and was buried iu the Catholic W. J. Robertson, of Glen Dean, was cemetery Thursday. Mr. Jarboe has in town on business Saturday. the sympathy of the cotnuiuulty. The following are on the sick list: Miss Mary '.eigh Gregory, of Hamtd, Misses Myrtle Withers, Anuie Lee has returned home after a visit to rela- Bishop, Wilhema Eskridge, Jeauette Amos Board bus returned from a stay 11 at Tar Springs. nialdehyde in a gallon of water. Sprinkle on the ground where yen feed the chickens after they hiuo gone to roost. This is deadly poison. Further particulars can be given by Mrs. Kobert Pierce. Cloverport Station Pretty. Tho station in this city has been beautifully improved, repainted and repaired in many ways. Tho ladies' room is now used for .white persons only and the men's room is used by tho colored people. The park is ono of the most at tractive places in town, tho trees and vines have mado it extremely pleasant this summer. II. Uehen, who is tho ticket agent and manager of the station, has taken every step to give tho public tho tho best service possible here. Mr. lichen is appreciated by tho company and tho city, and ho is being highly commended for his ollorts. Wed-uesda- y The Path Now Easy For Lovers. . HARDINSBURG piU If Unexpected Guests The farmer and his wife were about to sit down to a cold supper when they saw some old friends driving towards the house. The good wife was equal to the occasion thanks to her New Perfection Oil Cook-stove. She had it lit in a moment, and her guests hardly were seated M the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table ,oiiped in the oven and fresh coffee and the hostess W wwiagei and eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon, and rolls just heruelf as cool Mat as if she had not been near the kitchen. She sever could have managed it with an The New Perfection is the quickest, mott convenient and loQZ. bet range. cooker a the market hA -- - Madawuh 1. 2 od 3 bunen. with EturouoiM blua etumeltti dunim &aoKJ tkloufhout. To ttOTMCi 2iid3-tHtfiir- r bk.cj with ot for rriLfcstovc: soul OcWi trtry wheft I er writ vjjjn ctreutf to Ifaa bmxI Stufcri (W CmfMy Come to the Fair August 22, 23, 24. Jesse Lee Winebtenner is visiting his uncles, T. L. and J,, T. Smith. Miss Mabel Brown, of Brandenburg, was the guest of Mrs. J. J, Willott last week. Miss Anna Kiucheloe has returned btnie after an eight mouths visit to her sisters in California. The baby of Mr. aud Mrs. David 1'euick died at Mr. J. 11 Sttth'a Tuesday night of last week aud was buried at Custer the following day, To the bereaved parents we ex- ttnd our sympathy. Miss Canie Walls is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer. Mr. and Mrs, Zeno Heudrlck are visitors of Mrs. C. B. Miller at Eddy- ville. Mrs. L. B. McCubbius and daughter, Ruth, of National City, Cal., are the guests of her parents, Mr., aud Mrs. M. L. Kiucheloe. uu juonuay. Miss Mamie Mattingly has gone to The Owensboro baseball team played Evanjville to v'sit her sister, Mrs. the Hardinsburg team Saturday. Score Lawrence. 7 to 2 lu favor of Owensboro, ' Richard Lo Gallicnno, tiring of the eternal will of those who de cry the present as a dull, prosaic, age and bewail tho passing of tho "good old days of pocti'3' and romance," has written for the August number of Tho .Smart Set a strong argumen Card of Thanks. against this theory. Wo want to thank our friends, Xover, he says, have conditions neighbors, Rev. Frank Lewis and been so conducive to romance as they are today. Modern inven- tho railroad officials for kindness tions have made tho path easy for shown us during the illness and lovers. A century ago a woman at tho death of Capt. F. Marion Tho Family. waited for weeks or oven months Ryan. for a message from a distant lover: today "longdistance" brings them Get What You Go For. into direct citmmunication when over tho desiro arises and oven The fellow that goes after business may she speak with him far out the hardest Is the one who gets It. at sea by means of tho wireless. People eat as much and wear as much while by means of tho phonograph as they ever did. If you are not selling them perhaps you have not pushed your his very voice may ring in her business as hard as the other fellow. ears at uny hour of tho day sho Hartford Republican. Beard. wills to press a button. Romance Everett Ashcraft, of Irvington, was n dead? Every invention ot mau Frank Beavin Dead. visitor in town Sunday, tho railroad, tho motor car, tho Mrs. Miltou Coke aud baby are the telegraph, tho printing press, tho Word was received here of the death guests of her partnts, Mr, and Mrs. aeroplane joins in a great world of Frank Beavin which oocured Sun Win. Beard. movement to further tho plans and day night at Mattingly. He leaves a C, P. Eumuuds, of Louisville, was wife and two children and one sister, hopes of lovers. the guest of Mrs. Lucy Huyhes Sunday Mrs. Good For Gaps. Bertha Camp. His mother, Mrs. Allen Beavin Miller survives. To cuio chickens of tho gaps put three tablespoonfuls of for- - Subscribe Now THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, 0. Issued Every Wcdnesdny. jump off or on while it is moving. Thoy nover stop o look nr listen for a train when thoy cross a track, making a careful inspection in each direction. These things arc all against tho rules of tho company and should be observed carefully. ijt.&.','rju;ilmr.'K WU CAN 5TAOT YoOR HI5 OWN BOT IN A BU5INE55 EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 n year in advance. BUSINKPS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd 5 cents for cncli nd ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivfc lines charged for nt the rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money n advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct pleac notify us. Who is real interested in our boys between the aces of ten and nineteen years? A Boy Scout organization is what they want in Cloverport. Dr. .1. II. Hurt, lion. D. C. Moorman and Frank Huppert are being mentioned as suitable men to moke the race on the Democratic ticket for Representative. The country schools are opening all over the county. Pretty hot weather for the youngsters to stud', but they must remember 'ris beet to make ha' while the sun The address delivered by Claude Mercer nt Bardstown in June on the subject of "Duties and Responsibilities of a Bank Director," has been published and distributed in the form of a bulletin by the Kentucky Bankers' Association. Argus, political prophet for Kentucky, is being quoted everywhere. His predictions of both the Democratic primary and Repub lican convention were as good as any man could make about politics. Both Democrats and Republicans read his column in the Herald. We hope when the Louisville Herald gets into that new building suit that it will leave its old clothes and como out in a new will make it look young, sprightly and attractive. The Herald is a good live paper, but there is something about its dress that doesn't appeal to us. up-to-da- I.ITTI.K STOMKS WHITTKN While The Press Thvinders HY I.OUI8K fly Dad And Ills Birthday. Friday co one my I f is papa's birthday. Just in Tnere i 8 would rather write about than are unfortinate, indeed All of papa's friends. I nm nri Inln mn In wUlitr & him many glorious returns of the day. father. the last ten years Let us thank The MIddlcsboro Records The Jeffer8onlan, Argus in The Louisville Herald, Mr. Walton In The Lexington Herald, Mr. John Snced in The fiullltt County Pioneer, The Cou The Louisville Times, The Mcndc County Messenger and The Green River News for making note of the absence of this column from The Brcckenrldge News. Just a few ex changes, except the old ones on the pantry shelves at home, have we seen during the last four weeks. After all, that which counts most is not how much you are missed, but how much you miss when you are ill. rler-Journa- l, One of the best papers, and a well printed weekly, is The Telegram, published bjT Noel A. Berry of Uniontown. We have been reading this publication closely for several months, and find that the editorial department and news columns are filled with material well worth reading. There never was such a howl as is going on now all over this county about the roads nnd bridges. "They are the worst ever," is in the mouths of everydody Republicans, Democrats and Independents. And what everybody says must be true. The News man has not been over the roads much this season and does not know of their condition from seeing them. "We hope, however, they are not as bad as reported, and if they are, the powers that bo will get busy and fix them. J sisWD 1- - A while back when some Cloverport boys were too quickly criticised and misjudged in regard to some innocent incident that happened here, J. Byrne Severs ''As long as I live I am going to stand by the boy." The Cloverport boys of the ages o! twelve and lifteen.years are entirely lost sight of seemingly, and they run the streets at nights and on Sunday lost for entertainment, profitable emploj'ment and attention. The cirJs their age have their clubs, but the boys seem to have no tie that binds them. The Scout movement hero would bo a gnat thing. What a benefit and pleasure it would be for young Cloverport to hove a Scout leader? Isn't there some man in Clover port who has the boy's interest at heart and can take up the matter teriously? This suggestion may pass from your mind as quickly as ink dries on paper, but we are hoping for the boy that some ono will bo completely fused with the idea and not satisfied until the boys of Cloverport are lined up for the best training and choicest sports the world can give them. McVRK AIM'S SERVICES TO THE SOLDIERS. In a speech last week, Senator William Alden Smith, of Michigan, advocating the retention on the Senate's pay roll of Jim Jones, the, aged negro body guard of Jefferson Davis, took occasion to pay Senator McCreary a high tribute for his ell'orts in behalf of worthy veterans or their widow's seeking pensions. In fact ho said ho had never known a Southern soldier who fought for the Confederacy, to object to deserving pensioners. "Tho most eloquent plea I over heard," said he, "for a widow's pension was made by tho former Senator from Kentucky, Mr. McCrear', n Southern soldier, behind committee doors, where it was not for public ell'ect." he represented for twelve It was said of Senator McCreary,-wheyeurs in Congress tho Eighth district of this State, that no Federal soldier ever appealed to him in vain and that ho was a Republican cut no figure m his efforts in his bohalf. Tho Senator makes it a point after being elected to office to servo tho whole peoplo, not merely those who voted for him. Ho is the kind of n man wo want at Frankfort, and by tho eternal ho is tho kind of man wo are going to have. W. P. Walton in Lexington Herald. the nor. have I learned to know him well, but I can imagine seeing him n little boy, playing under the locust trees up on the corner across from the Baptist church. He didn't go to school much and the most he learned of books is what his father made him study while grand father was making n saddle, for he was and for a long time he a hamesH-make- r thought his oldest son would follow the trade. , If papa ever went up the creek fish ing he has never mentioned it. All 1 ever heard him sny wa about work and one thing that rfrouses his temper is for man to complain ot worK tie loves work and it seems to me he did every kiud until he found a printing press, then he became blind to all other trades and professions. The only reason he ever did any other labor after ht- - got a press, was because there was not n living in printer's ink in the old days when everybody did not think it necessary to use printed stationery. Papa used to handle tne express and had to go to the boats all hours of the night, passing through the covered bridge without a body guard or a pistol. He has carried hundreds of dollars, but no pistol did he need and today' his children are afraid at the sight of one. He tells us with pride about his experiences in war times sellfor as ing copies of the Courier-Journmuch as a dollar each. I never heard but one joke on papa and Mr. Dave Moorman, of Glen Den, takes pleasure in telling that. Once some one out in the country sent papa a note by a darkey. He came to town and asked for "John de Baptist". Everybody laughed at the colored uncle and old him that John the Baptist had his head cut off a thousand years back. He But the darkey wasn't satisfied. walked tarough the town looking for John de Baptist" and when he saw papa hancieu him the note anu asKeu: 'Aint you's Mr. John de Baptist?" In March 1001 there was an article in the Louisville Post about John D. Bab-bag- e and his loss by fire. Only those who had worked and lived and loved and lost with him.can understand what it must have meant to see h'.s work of a life time in ashes. I never saw papa cry but once. Just a few weeks after the fixe he was sitting in the Baptist church, his family and friends were with him. Big tears fell from his kind His little mother was brown eyes. there too she had dreamed her last dream. I think papa is a rich man. He has grit, patience; he can forget anu He is contented and his joy comes from the things that he does and not what he should like to do. His tastes have changed, somewhat, he used to loathe a garden.now he delights in bugging potatoes. He doesn't go to sleep in church any more. This dad of mine is slow, but sure. There are two things he puts off going to the very last minute; one is a train, the other a meal, but he rarely ever misses either. al tor-giv- Start to save for your boy and your boy will start to save for himself, and for YOUR OLD AGO, too. Saving is a habit the best habit you can have. Have you ever said to yoursclfl "If I only had $1,000 NOW. The FIRST ONE THOUSAND saved, easily and quickly makes many thousand more. We will help you make your money grow fast by paying interest. ooo J And there are others we want to We pay i interest on Time Deposits. thank: those who have sent messages that they have missed our paragraphs THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO,, and short stories. Your names have been Hardlnsburg, Ky, written in our little book where are kept the names of all those who have spoken one word to encourage and push us on in our work. Joy it is to glancts cnoueh for any girl to eat away from ASSIGNEE'S SALE. over your namesl home. ooo The undersigned, as assignee of Win. ooo The only way to stop gossip and scanPreston, will 011 Friday, the S8th day of Did you ever visit any place and July, between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. dal is to stop up our ears with kindness. If we are truly kind, we will not listen write njother to write you to come home ni,, and .r o'clock p. 111., on the prem at once? to either. ises of Wm. Preston, in Cioveroort. nffer at Pnlilir. Qo1 ir. Ilia o o.o ooo and best bidder, the stock of groceries. People say many things for a joke There are many persons who will when they really mean them for the think your visit is not a success unless notions and fixtures, such as showcases, etc. Also one noncorn and dpb. truth. you catch a beau. Let them wonder. nut roaster and one- nair of comnutlturB , r 000 scales. Said stock will be fold in par ooo cels, or 89 a whole, as may be determArthur Brisbane said that a newsEvery girl needs a visit If you don't ined for 'he best interest of all inter paper is a mirror and reflects our every- get rusty like the parlor ested. day life. I believe that every person is take one, you carpet and people will soon want to put All sums under 12a. cash in hand. a mirror, what I see in other people is you in the back room. Sums iihove that amount will be on a what is within myself. credit of three mouths, the purchaser ooo ooo being req'iired to execute bond with ap- If we can make-u- p our minds to keep For The Qlrl Visitor. luicicok uiwbit the Sabbath day holy, there will never dale. ii.uihi, ubniiut;BABBAGE,iiuui V. G. be a lonely Sunday. Assignee. Put your disappointments in the botTt i tom of your trunk and take them home Shake oil the grip of your old enemy, Dirmi utiiLiiji: sui'ucsh i! lMittrunieE to mother she will smooth them out Nasal Catarrh, by using Ely's Cream if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. all right Balm Then will all the swelling and COUNTY FAIR soreness be driven out of the tender, in- HENDERSON ooo Keep things lively at meal tjme. flamed membranes. The fits of sneezHENDERSON, KY., JULY 25 When there is a hush at the dinner ing will cease and the discharge, as ofyourself, will be table, say something, if you have to fensive to others as to stopped when the causes that produce turn over a glass of water! 1 -; 1 Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. and renewed health by the use of Creanr return July 30. Tell your hostess the first thing when Balm. Sold by all druggists for 50 cents, "Bread baking success is guaranteed you expect to leave unless she has al- or mailed by Ely Bros. , 56 Warren St., if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. ready set the time. Forty-twmeals are New York. o ooo It are removed. Cleanliness, comfort m. At Less Than Cost! 1 We have sold our stock of goods. It is to be turned over August 1st. We want to reduce the stock and in order to do this we will offer everything at and below cost. I m "Be sure His mottoes have been, you are right, then go ahead , anu 'print no news that isn't fit". I have heard men and women say that my father always published a clean paper. He has spent many a dollar for his country, more for his county anu would have been in right good financial cir cumstances had he not given so many free write-up- s to his town. He is devoted to Cloverport, the very name is dear to him and he would as soon say something about his own child as to say anything against his.homecity. He is my father, but I am not blind to his faults. He has three. He gets up too early. And papa will brag to Mrs. mother about the good McGlothlan makes, Mrs. Lyddan's fried chicken and the other meals he cats from home. He sits and talks too long when I have a beau I like real light-trea- d Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Notions v in fact, every article will be marked down to a point that will compel you to buy whether you need the goods or a. rr r not. jdc sure anu come ana see wnac we nave to orrer. 1 1 1 1 . well. His greatest work has been teaching others to work. He has started many a boy and girl out in the world from his He has patiently taught them and paid them by the day while they were learning. The most he asks of his friends is loyality, He thinks that loyality to each other in dally life is equal to the Golden Rule. could write on and on about mv papa, wishing him a happy birthday. Friday. Mrs, Dell H e will be sixtv-sl- x Hi nibleton and Mrs. Bob Pierce have ft same date for a birthday. Glad I am that I am working by his side. His work I honor and to see him at it is Girls one of mv trreatest pleasures. who do not understand their fathers print-shop. i Accounts and Produce Checks All outstanding accounts not paid by August 1st will be placed in the hands of our attorney for collection. Bring your produce checks in before August 1st as we cannot redeem them after that date. if STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! The Pennsylvania Railroad is sending out somo educational literature designed to prevent tho violation of common sense rules of conduct by passengers on railroad trains. Tho company hopes that by articles in tho newspapers there may bo brought homo to caroloss persons n realization of tho dangers inherent in such acts as getting oil cars on tho wrong side, leaning out of car windows, walking from ono car to another while trains aro in motion und standing on tracks to sco if trains aro approaching. It points out that such reckless conduct costs thousands of lives every year, and besides imposes on tho railroads expenses that must ultimately bo paid out of tho receipts from transportation charges. It is astonishing to see how careless somo peoplo aro in boarding or getting off a train. Thoy do not wait for a train to stop, but will C. W. GlenMoopmari Dean, Ky. .1 A Reliable Remedy CAT ARRH borbed. Ely's Cream Balm I attfcklr (W KttM at Once. It cleanse; soothes, lieals and protects tbo diseased away a Cold Jn tho Uores tLo brane resulting from CnUrch and drives mem- If you wmit to snve money in buying Jewelry, fall on T, C. the eld re liable Jew ler. Mrs. Jasper Dyer arrived from Tilt nols recently, and will spend the sum mer with relatives here and in Owens boro. Dr. MarjjL Graves (nee Miss Mary aheilman, of Union Star,) now of Ris Ing Star, Texas, is visiting Mrs, J. M. bert Mccarty of u Wints. For Sale SALE I'lvo-room in-i- h Cottage. l oitnirci Foil mlliir. tr iwl il..irn line shade, ...., Was Waylaid And Robbcd-- No linuHf. poultry yard, pood well of watf r In wrii iov. r place town to nilse poul Clue To The Murderer Was try. Oooo p inure for row, liojrinnd Uonv, i 111 hmi quickly. Tto and Smell. Full size 50 cts., ntDrug- - You can Ret nice, fresh rolls nnd buns Kwwu.r uy man. in liquid lorm, 70 cents. at the Homt Bakery. Miss Addie G. Ditto, of Louisville,, mj linpiucts, tiu warron street, New York. who Is visiting Mrs. John T. Ditto, in DEED WAS MOST HORRIBLE Decatur. Ill , expects to arrive home THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIG! by July 20 ADVERTISING BY THE Bert McCarty, ticket agent for the Taylor Scott, of Hardlnsburgj Mrs. Ed Beard and son, of Louisville, have Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Hallbeen the guests of Mrs. Mary Payne, way Company at Lowlsport, died at GENERAL OFFICES the hospital In Owensboro this after In Ktcphensport. UZ'J YORK AMD CHICACO noon about 1::J. o'clock, ns the result ERA.'ICrTO H l T"E PRINCIPAL CITIES J no. Newman, the new baker, mhkts of being waylaid and having his skull good pies, coffee cakes nnd rolls. fractured, while enroute to his home Misses Llllie Muir Waller and Lula from the depot Tuesday night 15 e Breckenridge News Severs and Mrs, Roscoe Severs, were The deed was a most horrible one.t8 guests sf Mrs John Kinc(ieloe in the young man was beaten almost Into WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911 Sunc" ay. insensibility by some unknown person Wanted 35 fat sheep and 3 beef cat to whom the officers of Hancock county tle for Masonic Barbecue. II L. Stader. have failed to get any clew. RITE FOR POLITICAL ANKOUNCEMENTS McCarty was found about 100 yards Allen Pierce, of this city; Mr. Wif- son and Miss Daisy Dean.of Glen Dean, from the depot, lying in a dark place- $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices were guests of Miss Reba Lewis at by three strangers, who had gotten off For County Offices f B.00 Fordsville Sunday. the "plug,"and they immediately gave For State and District Offices $ 15.00 Mrs. A. P. King and little daughter, the alarm. McCarty was removed to 10 For Calls, per line his home, and it was found that his 10 of Irvineton, returned Mondav from a For Cards, per Hue skull was fractured. He was brought visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. For All Publications in tbe interto Owensboro on the midnight train, Frank McGarv, of Kirk. est of individuals or expression and taken to the hospital, where an .10 of individual views per Go to the Home Bakery for your operation was performed by Drs. Wat-kinfresh bread. J no. Newman, baker. Irvin, Griflln, and Dr. Knox, of Miss Lucile Hardin, Mrs. Fontaine Lewisport. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET Fonand attractive little grand-son- , It was apparent from the beginning taine McGullin.are here from Holt,the that there was no hope for the Injured For United States Senator, guests of Mrs. Emma Skillman. man, and after lingering for about 20 OLUE M. JA'MES, John D, Babbage, Jr., of the Lanston hours, death finally r&leived him of of Crittenden. Mpnotype Company, arrived home his suffering. For Governor, McCarty was assulted with a single fooin Philadelphia Saturday night to . JAMES JJ. McCREARV, treg, which was found a short distance spend a few days with his parents. of Madison, Fqr Lieutenant Governor, Mr. Haley, of Utica; Misses Mattie from his body. Several freight bills E. J. McDERMOTT, and Susie Black, and Oscar Black, of and papers were scattered on the of Louisville. Addison, were here last week to see ground, which is conclusive that he For State Treasurer, Miss Minnie Embry,who is still serious had been waylaid and robbed. It is thought that the highwayman secured THOMAS G. RHEA, ly ill. of Logan. a confiderable amount of money, as It For Auditor, Is known that McCarty collected $3.' HENRY M. BOSWORTH,' from one man on Tuesday, and he us HEROIC DEED IS of Fayette. uany carried tne company s money General, For Attorney home with him at night. JAMES GARNETT,-o- f EOLLOWED BY DEATH. At the request of the railroad olll- Adair. Har-dlnsbu- rg licliAU CTUCD E.V Llf Hetwsof IlHT Fitch. Agent For L. H. & St. L. R. R. At Lewisport micro nieiiiMi iiiui tiiKo n iook i.crons inlying eise if. For Sale pnKlm-- COU SALE-Tract-lnn RnelneH. Onn In' II P. crick nnd one 10 It P. Oaar. Scott. Ilnth In Rood condition, and will Ihj sold at "wurireijn raiy terms. Address Sltnm Thomas, lliiwcsrfllc Ky. s American Beauty Corsets From $1.00 to $3.00 A sheet of Music free with every American Beauty. For Sale poll Oas imir. HAI,IC-- iirfuKrnnuKr horse power stationery Murine; Watklns rrrtke. in Rood re- A 1.1 News, uioverpori, uy, For Sale pOU SALIC-DeP- ds, 01 iPRai oianvs. Mortgages and nil kinds HreckenrlflRf News, For Sale Scholarship In tli IlowllnR ..-- Orcen University. Rood In any deuirt iit'iib 111 i .. n I . . ; iiiill tr .:nivrrniiv. itrfPLr,tiMfiir,i owb , pOU SALK-ScholaM- hlp ' AMERICAN DEAUTY Stjtc403 Kalamazoo Corset Co., Makers line.. s, We may not be your nearest I druggist, but we 00 ' try to come the nearest pleasing you I GIBSON & SON ( grassy or kinds, sold dull at 1025c lower prices. The feeder and stocker demand was light, 111c oest graties anu ior ii prices wero below last week, and "trading especially slow on the medium and common kinds. Bulls were dull, canners and cutter cows were lower." Milch cows slow. The heavy cattle trade was dull. Even choice kinds were lower, and the medium to fair shinpinir steers wero hard to get rid of. Pens not entirely cleared and tho trade closed dull. Calves Kecoipts 100. Market slow. The best ((? medium 5(L'0c; common 2i5c, and very nair-ia- c, "near-beef- " 1 1 ; Have a Good Line of 50c Corsets J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. Lumber We aim to maintain tho Plaster We are headquarters for tbe best grade of plaster manufactured. See us before you buy. We also wantto talk to you on the subj'ect of ; 11tnciuuing - 1 11, t best assorted stock of thoroughly seasoned, correctly graded lumber that can be obtained. Our stock of For Secretary of State,' C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendltton. For Superintendent of Public struction, In- James Barger Succumbs to In juries Received While Res cuing His Child From Fire. cials, Eugene Mi'ler and officer went to Lewisport ti ls morning in an automo lile, carrying the two bloodhounds, but on account of '( the drouth, the dogs could net get any scent McCarty was a married man, about years of age, and has three sons Owensboro Inquirer. Rob-bin- s, Lath WEST POINT BRICK & LUMBER CO, WEST POINT, KENTUCKY Lime BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, of Wojdford. For Clerk of Court of App?als, R. L. GREENE, of Franklin. whatever. 35 James Barger, who was terribly burned while rescuing his eight- daughter from their burn year-oling home near Lako Yoscinite Wednesday night, died this morn- ng about 11 o'clock at the M.er- eed sanitorium, after puttering 30 lours of ngony. As told in yes terday's Sun, Mr. Barger sustained his fatal injuries in a heroic .'lfort to save his child. It appears that Mrs. Burger and their infant were sleeping in one room of the house and Mr. Barger and their other two children wero in another room. Mrs. Barger was aroused by the roaring of the tlames that were destroying their homo and ca.llcd to her husband, at the same time carrying her in fant out of the burning building. Mr. Barger picked up one of his children and .carried her to safety and then returned for the other, a ittle girl eight years of ace. By this time the Humes had enveloped the entire structure and Mr. Bar- t .1 ger and tne mtio gin were severely burned before escaping from tho house. Mr. Barger was burned so severely that almost lis entire body was a mass of cooked ilesh. In this condition the heroic father carried bis suf fering child to tho homo of Mr. Iarailton, their nearest neighbor, a distance of about one mile. Mrs. Barger and two of tho childien escaped with their night clothes, burned from their bodies, Naked and suffering tho tortures of death, this man's only thought was to get his child, to a place where sho could receivo caro at tho earliest possible moment. Tho act was ono of great heroism and devotion. Tho deceased was a native of Kentucky and was 38 years of ago. Until two weeks ago ho resided for some time in Delano, Kern county, from which place ho camo to Merced to accept a po sition with tho Crocker-Huffma- n Land & Water Company as canal superintendent, and took up his esidonco in a house near Lako Yosomito until such time as he could find another and better location. He was a man of. splon- d 1 1 1 f LOCAL BREVITIES ) did chaiacter, a hard worker, and tho Crocker people had planned to place him in a splendid position, as they were very much pleased with him. He wns a member of tho Modern Woodmen of the 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 some good "pointers" on that score and will be glad to dojt. us. Come in and &ce carry a line stock of clear We sell only the Red Cedar best and most popular brand? of i j Try the Home Bakeries fresh rolls. Robert Moorman, of GJen Dean, is at French Lick Springs. Brabandt, photographer, will be at Jrvlngton July 27, 28, 29. Miss Wallett, of Frankfort, is the euestoftors. Robert Polk. Miss Ola Fallon is in Chicago the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl. L. R, Ramp, of Kansas City, has been the gdest of Anne S. Jarboe. Misses Irene Jarboe and Anne S. Jarboe went to Louisville this week. Mrs. H. C. Pate and daughter, Miss Claudia, spent Saturday in Louisville. B. F. DeJarnette and son, Lafayette, f Hawesville, were here Wednesday. All kinds of pies at the Home Bakery. Mrs. Leon McGavock and son, John ickman, went to Skillman Satur day. Miss Eubanks.of Frankfort, was the guest of Mrs. Benton Eubanks last week. Mrs, Mary J. Smith and daughter, Margaret Walker, were In town Monday. Mrs. David Murray and Miss Mildred World, holding his membership 1 he funeral in Delano lodge. will b"o held from the chapel of G K. Xordgren tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock and interment will bo in the I. O. O. P. cemetery. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to tho be reaved wife and the three children who have been so suddenly and shockingly deprived of tho love and protection of a good husband and father. The Sun, Merced, Oklahoma. James Barger was a brother of Walter Barger, of Frymire, and loft this county several years ago for Ohlahoma. His many friends will regret to learn of his tragic death. slow. Shingles Cemenl Hogs Keceipts, 1,114. Mar ket opened early, and on account of the light supply, salesmen put a dime on the prico. Selected 105 pounds and up selling at $0 75; 120 to 105 pounds, $0.G5; pigs, $0.35 down; roughs, .f0 down. The pens were well cleared and the market closed steady. Ml .1. BIG RUNJKATTLE The receipts As usual at this season of tho year on Monday the quality of the lambs was not extra good. Only a few loads of choice lambs hero. Market slow in opening, but indications point- ed toward a steady market, pros pects being that tho best lambs would sell 116 $G.507; seconds, $4.2504.75; culls, $2.503; fat sheep, $3.25 down. Medium and common sheep slow and down as low as lc per pound for tho com mon kinds. wero Sheep and Lambs b,3l lioaa. ill l ill it HOW " YOU KNOW HOW II.IRn IT IS TO U.iKF. HON El' WILL HE WHEN rou .IRE I'.IST YOL'K PRIME LJYJSl'DE THE CHARITY Or RLL IUKD IT fOR OLD .CE .1NO BE INDEPENDENT OF .ITII'ES OR ERIE DS KEEP THE FICLKES GROWING IN YOVK. H.1NK BOOK EPOSITS HAVE NO WEEKLY TO-DA- r IF YOU ACCOVNT-STA- D- T BANK OF CLOVERPORT Murray, of Indianapolis, are visiting Mrs. Fred Ferry. Mr? and Mrs. A. H. Murray are staving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chapin in Eastland. Miss Jane Hambelton, of Louisville, Is here the guest of her mother, Mrs. Adellc Hambelton. Miss Jennie Green and Preston Green, of Falls of Rough, spent the week-end Causes Decline in the Marke- tChoice Butcher Stock Steady. Hogs a Dime Higher. Sheep and Lambs Steady. Louisville, July 18. The re ceipts of cattle today wore 2,048 head, which number included about 300 distillery cattlo that wore sold lato Saturday evening. There was a pretty good attend ance of local traders and butch n ers, as well as some b) ors, but with a visible supply that would easily cover all requirements, tho trade was dull from tho start, with prices conerally below last week's lovol. A few early sales of strictly choice, han dy butcher cattlo wero mado at oloso up to steady figures, but tho majority of tho transactions on that class of stock woro consummated at a decline of 10c, while the medium and undesirable kinds, out-of-tow- They Wers "Hung Up." .Mm." snld the practical llki 11 glri. "hut yin'vo bachelor for so many ynr 'Imt I ftar you have You fallen Into 'llsriicoful habits. must lo awfully ciuvlcss. for Instance. about your wardrobe." "My dear. answered the suitor, "I give you 11 y word that every raj: 1 am not weaitiiK now Is tiling up." She believed him nnd accepted him. Hut what He meant by "hunj; up" and ' what she understood by It were two different Mings. New York Journal. 'i yi. -- J .. " FARMERS BANK Hardinsburg, Ky. At tho close of business ,$S0.242 40 Bills discounted 3,280 00 Stocks and Bonds Cash and due frcm 12,504 23 Banks 434 55 Ileal Estate Banking house and lot 1,000 00 Furniture and Fix875 00 tures 175 25 Overdrafts .Tunc 30, 1911 Statement of the Condition of the Resources , Good in Louisville. coffee cakes Wasted Time. at the Home Bakery. Miss Ja Ja Ashburn, of Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday with Misses Louise and Mildred Babbage. Miss Jane Crenshaw, ot Versailles and Miss Viola Lewis, of Louisville.are the guests of Mrs. David Phelps. Clayton Beard, Mrs. Nina and Miss Fjoyd Nelson, of Wluchester, III., have ben the guests of Mrs. Amlel Oelze. Wallace Stephens and Freeman Haw-leof Hawesville, were, the guests of Misses Julia and Katherine Wroe Sun toy. y, want that book bound, sir' fes. sir. It will cost 3 marks. But Ibero aro pictures In If. That will make it 5 marks, sir." "But why is it more with pictures'" "Oh, you see, sir, my helper will wnsto so much tlmo looking at them!" Fllegendo Blatter. You Capital stock Surplus Undivided Profits Duo other banks Deposits.. Total Liabilities $15,000 00 7,000 00 53 02 410 53 . 76,041 88 $98,511 43 Tramp Kin I get a blto to eat here? Woman Yes. If you'll saw tbat pile of wood. Tramp (sizing up tbe Job) 1 si n't askln' for no ten dollar a plato banquet, lafly.-nos- ton He Was Modest. Total $9K011 43 1 AVo present tho above statoiLont and solicit your patronage; a dividend of 3 per cent placed to stockholders' credit, and $1,000 added to surplus out of tho earnings the last six months. Transcript. a Very respectfully, Tbe only wny to bnvo one. Emerson. friend is to JOHN D. SHAW, Cashier V The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN CopyrUM. 1910. By Ann Kithtrin Rohtft Whispering Pines mo from ! ' understood now letter. . . lienrtou coroner, ffiio urged me to .toll W nxhfr. had my ,a,- - hoping that I would explain ,n,fl nct n,ul Rv" ,l,m ""'"p opportunity ' 10 '"uuigi in n uouni .nti i nan rnn ed to respond to the hint he hnd given I me. had been seen lingering my dead betrothed1 s throat and nothing I rould now say or do woild ever eon- liqueur." i tnce peoplo that she was dead beforo "I noticed that, yes." "Some one must havo drunk with my hands touched her. strangled by another's clutch. One' person cniy in her?" the whole world would know nnd feel "I cannot contradict you." "Was Miss Cumberland fond of that how false this accusation was. Andyesterday that one's trust In my guiltsort of thing?" "She detested liquor of all kinds. lessnesa would have thrown a ray of Sho never drank. I never saw a wo- light upou the deepest Infamy which could befall me. Hut today thcro had man 60 nvcrse to wine." I spoko I might better havo settled over that once innocent spirit I thought. been less emphatic, but the mystery a cloud of too Impenetrable a naturo of those glasses had affected me from 'or any light to struggle to nnd fro bo- twecn us the first. 1 could not contemplate that cloud, "There was a third glass. Wo found in the adjoining closet. It had not I could not dwell upon her misery oi it been used. That third glass has a upon the revulsion of feeling which follows such Impetuous acts. And it had been an Impetuous nct, the result of one of her rnges. 1 had been told of these rages. I had even seen her in one. When they passed she was her lovable self once more and very penitent and very downcast. If al! I feared were true she was suffering acutely now. Turning to the officer next to me. I put the question which hnd been burning In my mind for hours: "Tell me how you came to tnow there wns trouble here. What brought you to this house? There can be nothing wrong In telling me that" "Well. If you don't know" ho began. "I do not." I broke In. "I guess you'd better wait till tho chief has had a word with you." Where was Cnrmel, and how was sho enduring these awful hours? Had re- pentance come nnd with It a desire to own her guilt? Old she think of mo and the effect this unlooked for death would have upon my feelings? That I should suffer arrest for her crlmo could not have entered her mind. I bad seen her. but she had not seen me in the dark hall. No intimation of my dubious position or Its Inevitable consequences had reached her yet. When It did what would she do? I did not know her well enough to tell. The attraction she had felt for me had not been strong enough to lead her to "ONE OF OClt MEN SAW TOO WITH YOnit accommodate herself to my wishes nnd FINaiJUS ON UUIt TIIUOAT.'' mnry me offhaud. but It had been meaning if only we could And it out. strong enough to nerve her arm In And u small finsk of cordial. Tho lat- whatever altercation she may havo ter seems pure enough." had with her jealous minded sister. It "I cannot understand It." Tho was the temper and not the strength phrase had become stereotyped. No of the love which would tell In a strait other suggested Itself to me. like this. Would It prove of a gener"Tho problem would bo slmplo ous kind? Should I have to combat enough If It were nor for those marks her desire to take upon herself tho on her neck. You saw those, too, I full blame of her deed, with all Its take It?' and penalties, or should 1 havo "Yes. Who made them? Who was shames deeper misery of finding her the still the man? Do you know. Dr. Perry?" callous to mv position, nnd welcomlnK "There were three glasses In those rooms. Only two wero drunk from." he answered steadily. "Tomorrow I may bo In a position to answer your question. I am not tonight." Why did I take heart Not a change, not tbo flicker of one. had passed over his countenance at my utterance of tho word "man." Either his official habit had stood him In wonderful Btend or the police had failed so far to seo any connection between this murder nnd the young girl whose footprints for all I knew still lingered on tlic stnlrs. Would the morrow reveal the fact that Adelaide's young sister had been with her In the hour of death or would the fates propitiously All Relieved by Lydia E. Pink-ham'- s aid her In preserving this secret? Vegetable Compound. Thus the hours between 2 and 7 Sikeston, Mo. passed, when I fell Into a fitful sleep, "For seven years I I was in bed from which I wns rudely awakened by Buffered everything. lor lour or live days a loud rattle at my door, followed by at a tima every the entrance of the officer who had month, and so weak walked up and down the corridor all 1 could hardly walk. night I cramped and had "The wagon Is here." said be. backache and head, acho, and was so "Breakfast will he given you at tho nervous and weak station." that I dreaded to To which Hexford. looking over his eco anyone, or have shoulder, added. "I'm sorry to say that anyone move in the we havo here the warrant for your room. Tho doctors and a decent show of repentance for nrresL Can I do anything for you?" gavo mo medicine to his own shortcomings and the mad I burst out. "Warrants" ease me at those "What do you want of a warrant? It Is as a times, and said that 1 ought to havo an tasto for liquor which had led him witness you seek to detain me, I pre- operation. I would not listen to that, away from homo that night. Carmel and when a friend of my husband told was still 111 nnd likely to bo so for sume?" "No." was his brusque reply. "Tho him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- many days to como. Iler case was chargo upon which you are arrested Is table Compound and what it had done diagnosed as one of brain fever and of for his wife, I was willing to take it. a most dangerous type. Doctors nnd one of murder. You will have to ap- Now I look tho picture of health and were nnd pear beforo a magistrate." feel like it, too. I can do my own house, nurseshope busy at her bedside,being wns held out of her "But I am Innocent, absolutely in- work, hoe my garden, and milk a cow. llttlo nocent." I protested, the perspiration I can entertain company and enjoy able to tell' soon, If ever, what sho Btartlng from every pore as tho full them. I can visit when 1 choose, ana knew of her sister's departure from meaning of the charge burst upon mo. walk as far as any ordinary woman, tho house on that fatal evening. That What I havo told you wns correct. I nny day In the month. I wish I could hor testimony on this point would be talktooverysufferlngwomanandgirl." Invaluablo was self evident, for proofs myself found her dead" Mrs. Dejia Blthune, Sikeston, Mo. Ilcxford gave me a look. Tho most successful remedy in this wero pleuty of her having haunted her "Don't talk." ho kindly suggested. country for the cure of all forms o sister's rooms all tho evening in a con"Leave that to the lawyers." Then, female complaints is Lydia E. Pink, dition of more or less delirium. Sho was alone In tbo bouse, and this may as tho other man turned asldo for a ham's "Vegetable Compound. It is more widely and successfully have added to her anxieties, all of the moment, ho whispered In my ear; "It's no go. One of our men saw you with used than any other remedy. It has servants having gouo to the policecured thousands of women who have men's ball. It was on their return In your fingers on her throat, no had been troubled with displacements, clambered Into a pine tree, and the ulceration, tlbroid tumors, tbo enrly morning hours that she had shade of the window was up. You hnd irregularities, periodic pains, backacho, been discovered lying ill nnd Injured better come quietly. Not a soul be- that bearingdown feeling, indigestion, beforo her sister's fireplace. andnervouB prostration, after all other lieves you Innocent" Ono fact was mentioned which set This, then, was whjtt, bad doomed means hadf ailed. Why don't you try it? me thinking, Tho keja of the club- - CHAPTER. IV. rnuurtM Avn nrirT.rrTifisn. XOU say you wero not blind to surrounding objects, even if they conveyed but llttlo mennlne to rou " said Coro- uer Perry. "You must havo seen, then, that tho room whero Miss Cum bcrland lay contained two small cordial glasses, both still moist with somo V 'vl Ir burned liy the the start-t- hls I and that part- - KIllU bo-fo- re ! It SEVEN YEARS OF MISERY nny chanc which rtlreried nnflrtmi from berwlf? Ay communication between u. In spite of our ardent hoc) ungovernable passion, hiul Iwd Looks, n whispered nnd so slight. word or so. one furtive clasp In which our hnnds seemed to prow together, were nil I hnd to go upon nn testa of her feeling toward mo. Her chnrncter 1 hnd Judged from her face, which was lovely. W'hnt would relievo ray doubts7 As Ilcxford drew nenr me ngnln on our way to the head of the staircase I summoned up courage to ask: "Ilnve you henrd anything from tho hill? Hns the news of this tragedy been communicated to Miss Cumberland's family, nnd. If so, how aro they bearing this nllllction?" Ills Up curled, and for n mtnuto bo rt hesitated: then something In my look I or the strnlKhtforwnrd il . m nml IliknnfltPAP. fl i.im ..... m 1 frankly, If coldb: "Word has gouo there, of course, but only the servants nrc affected by It so rnr .miss nimucnnnu. me juuusih Is very III. and the boy 1 don't know his nam- e- has not shown up slnco last evening, lie's very dissipated, they say, and may lie In any one of tho Joints In the lower part of the town." 1 stopped In dismay, clutching wildly at the railing of the stairs we wero I had hardly heard tho descending tntter words. All my mind was on what he had said tlrst "Miss Carmel Cumberland 111." I stammered, "too III to bo told?" I was sufficiently master of myself to put It this way "Yes," he rejoined kindly as ho urged me down the very stairs I had seen her descend In such a stnto of mind n few hours before. "A servant who hnd been out Into heard the fall of some heavy body as she was passing Miss Cumberland's rooms and, rushing in. found Miss Cnrmel. as she called her. lying on the floor near the open Ore. Her face had struck tho bars of the grate In falling, and she wns badly burned. But 'if that was not nil. She was delirious with fever, AWAY FflOSI THE brought on. they DEAiyi HAUNTED think, by anxiety sroT. about her sister. whose name she wns constantly repeat ing. They had a doctor for her. nnd the whole house was up before ever the word came or what had happened hero." I thanked him with a look. I had no opportunity for more. Half n dozen officers were standing about the front door, nnd In another moment 1 wns bustled into the conveyance provided and was being driven away from the death haunted spot As the day advanced nnd I begnn to realize that I. ICIwood llanelagh. easy going man of the world, but with traditions of respectable living on both sides of my house and n list of friends of whom any man might be proud, was In a place of detention on the awful charge of murder I found that my keenest torment arose from the fact that I was shut (T from the Instant knowledge of what was going on in tho house whero all my thoughts, my fears and shall I say it? latent hopes were centered. To know Carmel ill and not to know how ill; to feel the threatening arm of tho law hovering constantly over her head nnd neither to know the Instant of its fall nor be given tho least op portunity to dlvg It! My examination before the magistrate held one element of comfort Nothing in its whole tenor went to show that as yet she was In the least suspected of any participation in my so called crime. But the knowledge which came later of how the police .first learned of trouble at the clubhouso did not add to this sense of relief, whatever satisfaction It gave my curiosity. A cry of distress bad come to tbem over the telephone, a wild cry in n woman s hoked and tremulous voice: "Help at the Whispering Pines! nelp!" That was til. or all they revealed to me. In their endeavor to find out whether or not I was present when this call was made I learned tho nature of their own suspicions. They believed that Adelaide In somo moment of prevision hnd managed to reach tho telephone nnd send out this message. It was lit a condition of mingled dread and expectation that I opened tho paper which was brought mo tho next morning. Arthur, the brother, had returned from his wild carouse and bad taken affairs in chargo with something like spirit raul keys whleh I hare M- - to d J; Jhvwaa rready mentioned as mining from my advtediscovery which frlml. but he was alw my Blnrmln Sight have acted as a clew to the sus- - ; and It wa as audi I bad muPriM-t&e honw hnl in th ride lying oft fWe lm roniwl (h Cumberland bn of I r. Iran in fnlft frumr of mind whi " me. I had nt for hlw la eae DR. H. dlr mo. ht Llb,r, as-ne- - dinner. Coming upon these keys lying on tho floor beside onb of tho chairs, sho had carried them out Into the hnll and laid them where they would bo moro readllv seen. Sho had not rcc- ognUed the keys, but had tnken it for crnnted that they belonged to Mr. 1 nnnclagh. who had dined at tho house that night. They were my keys, and I havo al- ready related how I came ,to idror ' thcm ITnil thnv lint' Htnvort n,i ttm flwii. nV,mi1, there! Adelaide, or wns It mlcht not hnve seen them nnd been .iSi-r22ei St S3? after I noird lMt.e.lT.pat.ttel.. Ing of his hand nnd so did not reach out mine. I was the first to speak. "I am an Innocent man so far as tho attack made upon Miss Cumberland goes. I had no hand In her murder, if murder It Is found out to be. My story nnd t , , rCfld Wllicu X lull lurcuu in u'V uui, Q'f q my own shnmo ftm, U)Bt an Bnved, 'other whom ..,,would fain havo,,,,, I , . i, ;nrrJvc t the Whispering Pines until wns uena. to , after Miss Cumberland .g g nnd Rm . . '.. " Cordis T a . "our rein tlons l' K im-to J. BOO Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Permanent Cloverpert, Ky. Marion Weatherholt, Notary Pi'blic Cloverport, Kentucky ,., 1 laJlifil-ifif-iff0pose. Incomprehensible possibly never to And full ? us now W' P'dcfeVeTou P'nnat'' Wt ! ... . T ..." ,. , may hereafter be called dead, tho o'her fleeing In frenzy, but not in such n thoughtless frenzy ns to forget these keys or to fall to lock tho clubhouse door behind her. That sho on her return home should have had sufficient presence of mind to toss theso Keys UOWIl IU Uic same m,a-- iuui which she or her sister hnd taken s them urgued well for her clear up to that moment. Tho fever must have come on Inter. Tho next mirngraph detailed n fact startling enough to rouse my deepest interest. Zndok Hrown. tho Cumber-land- s' coachman, declared that Arthur's cutter and what he called the gray mare had been out that night. They were both In place when ho returned to the stable toward early morning, but the signs were unmistakable that both had been out In tho snow since he left the stable at about 0. Ho had locked the stable door at that time, but the key always hung in the kitchen where any ono could get It. This wns on account of Arthur, who. If he wnnted to go out Into, sometimes harnessed a horse himself. Zadok Judged that he had done so this night, though how the horse happened to bo back nnd In her stall and no Mr. Arthur iu the house it would take wiser heads than his to explain. There was somo comment made on this because Arthur had denied using . UWiMl au Ulo ULIvl VIIUl UlU I head-cdncsVi . no convictions. MMLSSmiTlteaaon me as his guilty man nnd.Hewhat garded a on iaw"tImTr haVfiSde ,n d Fire and Plate Glass Insurance re- - I as all As for myself. I felt inclined to believe that the mare had been out. that ono or both of tho women had har nessed her nnd that It was by theso means they hnd reached the Whispering Pines. Adelaide was far from 6trong and never addicted" to walking under the most favorable conditions. I could understand now how ("armel had succeeded In roturnlug in safety to her home. She had ridden, both u- "7,designated ili bosh h concbnu:M tale -u UK.-.- eu now sue came to wear a mans derby and possibly n man's overcoat. "With her skirts covered by n bearskin she would present a very fair figure of a man to nny one 'who chanced to pass her. These wpre my deductions drawn from my own knowledge. Would others who had not my knowledge be in anywise Influenced to draw the same? Yet. If they let this point slip, where Should I be? Human nature is human all the way through, and I could not ul-u-i uumuk moments, wuen i nsKeu mysclf if this young girl were worth the sacri0.ee I contemplated making for her. Sho was lovely to look at, amiable and of womanly promise save at those rare and poignant moments when passion would seize her in a gust which drove everything before it. That she had had provocation I did not doubt. Adelaide, for all her virtues was not an easy person to deal with. Upright and perfectly sincere herself, she hnd no sympathy with or commiseration for nny lack of principle or any display of selfishness In others. She was a llttlo cold, n little reserved, a llttlo lacking in spontaneity, though always correct and always generous In her gifts and often lu her nets. iuVu..nu:uMiu- - . CIIAPTEU V. "I AJt AN INNOCENT MAN." STRUGGLED with my dllemmtv for hours. I had relatives and I had friends, some of whom had como to see me and gone away deeply grieved at my reticence. I was swayed, too. by another consideration. I had deeply loved my She was dend. but I bad mother. her honor to think of. Should It be said she hnd a murderer for her son? In the height of my Inner conflict I hnd almost cried nloud the fierce denial which would nrlse at this thought. Hut ere tbo word could leave my lips such n vision rose before mo of a bewildering young face with wonderful eyes and a smile too Innocent for gullo and too loving for hypocrisy that I forgot my lato antagonistic feel- - I "I WILIi TAKB YOUn CASE." Ings, forgot the claims of my dear, dead mother and even thosq of my own future. Such passion and such devotion merited consideration from the man who had called them forth. I would not slight tho claims of my dead mother, but I would give this young girl a chanco for her life. Let others ferret out the fact that she bad visited the clubhouso with her sister; I would not proclaim lt. It was enough for me to proclaim my Innocence. wns more to the point no doubt, as one for whom no pica could be made or nny rational defense undertaken. "You don't believe me," 1 went on, stijl without nny great bitterness. "I nm not surprised at It after what the . .. . . , f mfi I "PhnplM f1ipni. Twenty years' experience in to you I will confess that I did this tho execution of out of a wild desire to seo if tboso marks were really tho marks of strangling Angers. You shall believe mo ConDeeds, you must," I Insisted ns I perceived legal his hard gaze remain unsoftencd. "I dou't ask It of the rest of the world. Hut you. If you nro to act as my counsel, must take this denial from me ns gospel truth. She was dead before I touched her. Had the police spy whoso Prices Reasonable for First-clas- s testimony Is likely to bang me climbed the tree a moment sooner than he did Work he would have seen that. Are you ready to take my case?" Clifton Is n fair fellow, and I knew If he once accepted the fact I thus urged upou him bo would work for me with all the skill and ability my desperate situation demanded. I was conscious of n great leap of heart as the set expression of bis features re-- ANDlaxed and he responded almost warmly: "I will take your case, Ranelngh. God help me to make it good against nil nAila ' but conscoU3 of few h some of the oppression under which I Inhered lifted at those words. I had nS)ure1 one mon of my innocence! He The 'Traveling Mens' Choice was ready to speak before I was. "Then you had not been long on the Located near Depot scene of crime when the police arrived?" "I had been In the room but a few Ky. I do not know how long I minutes. was searching the house." "The police say that fully twenty minutes elapsed between tho time they received Miss Cumberland's appeal for help and their nrrlval at the clubhouse. New Rigs Live Horses, lf you .7ere there that long- "Moments are hours canot , ,.,, iDi0 I- "My emotions were too much for me, and I confusedly stopped. He was surveying me with the old distrust. In a moment I saw why. Trunk Wagon per day .. $2 "You are not open with me." he Ilorso and Buggy " .. . 1 50 protested. "Why should moments be hours to you previous to the lustant when you stripped those pillows from the couch?" This was a poser. I had laid my- SPlf nnn tn nnqntrlnn hv rm thnnvht. Proprietor lesg admission, and, what was worse, ' lt was but tho beginulng in all prob- ahmty ot many otuer possible mis- takcg. x had never taken tho trouble to moaSure my words, and. the whole tnUn beIng imposslbie, i necessarily BALL MILLER must make a sllp now and tnen Ho hnd bettor he wnmi nf this, t dirt not wlsu uIm t0 undertake my cause blindfolded. He must understand lta Livery, Feed and Sale difficulties while believing In my innocence. Then lf bo chose to draw back Stable well and good. I should havo to face I the situation alone. Bus Meets all Trains "Charles," said I as soon as I could perfectly control my speech, "you are : Ky quite just In your remark. I am not and cannot be perfectly open with CZ3QIZ3l000(ZZrOEIZl you. I shall tell you no lies, but beyond that I cannot promise. I am caught In a net not altogether of my own wenvlnpt So far I will be frank p with you. A common question may trip me up. Others And me free and ready with my defense. You have chanced upon one of the former. I wns In a turmoil of mind from the moment of my entrance. Into that faIIDESandRJR! tal house, but I can give no reason for It." Being Dotes. "You say you caunot be open with me. That means you have certain i we can do c'.ta for tju liia ai!tnts w commissioa nth atsn memories couuected with that night Relcrtnce: ttj bank la Lesuril:. V.'e laclsh which you ennnot divulge." it wi uifs tree to our rtipptrc. wUtwpianM. "IUght. Charles, but not memories of guilt f active guilt. I mean. I M.SABEL&SONS IwirfLlr;. am- perfectly Innocent so far as Adelaide's death Is concerned. You mny proceed on that basis without fear-th- at Is. If you continue to take an Interest in my case." or "I havo accepted the case, and I shnll continue to Interest myself In many peoplo aro now using It." he assured me. with n dogged Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic rather than genial persistence. "But I should like to know what I am to Tho now toilet germicldo powder to ba dissolved in water as needed. work upon If It cannot be shown that her call for help came before you en- For all toilet and hygienic uses it is. better and moro economical. tered the building." U.0 cleanse and whiten tho "That would be tho best defense teeth, remove tartar and possible, of course," I replied, "but prevent decay. neither from your standpoint nor mine To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease germs, and is lt a feasible one. I have no proof of my assortion. All I know and can purtly tho breath. swear to about the length of time I To keep artificial teoth and brldirowork clean, odorless was In that .building prior to the arTo remove nicotine from the tetk and rival of the pollco Is that it could not purify the havo been very long, since she was To cradloate breath after smoklHjf. perspiration and body-odornot only dead and burled under those by sponge bathing. accumulated cushions, but In a room Tho best antlbeptio wash known. some little distance from the tele- Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, Inflamedeves. Heals sorethroat phone." and outs. 25 and 50 cts. a box. druggUta or by mall postpaid. Sample free. Continued on page seven THE PAXTONTWI.ET CO.,Bmt,U. Fidelity Bonds ,,,, ,,r Mortgages, tracts and other documents Livery, Feed Sale Stable Stephensport, r. 1. If Allen R. Lewis cz3oi3loloocnorzz & Hardinsburg, WOOU , WE BUY 1 - "Mi Antiseptics Peroxide Instead of Liquid s V The House of the Whispering Pines ANNA KATHARINE 1910, GREEN Copyright. nohlfs by Anna Katharine ' "That will do for mo." snld he, "but arcely for those who nro prejudiced against you. Everything points bo Rdlsputauly to your ruIU. The note hlch you say you wrote to Carmel to ect you nt the station looks very Kch more like one to Miss Cumber and to meet you at the clubhouse." It was thus I first learned which part of this letter had been burned off. It was the top portion, leaving the rest to read: Come, romp, my tlirlinrr. my life! 9ha Will torsive wh-v- i nil ( .InmHesitation I It wan also t v ift. in Hint I had failed to iidu thine e..ri"iio!i' ot nflee-tlo- n i i.i Hit linked to t'nriiii'i wiileh had been In inv nnuil mill iiwukvtit-my keeniMt apprehension , "Otherwise.'' ;t i rilfnui. winit : cotild Have ink'ii i These lines said Ciiiiif.' ni.u sin-- " win. tor reasons which nm. he . i in ynii. who were iirtpntliited with iiff weak Ui-n- i as well as .st rutin points nowY No one knows, fly eiiani-- m ny on her part or tour", every servant was out of the Home ny 0 o'clock, nnd her brother too. only the sister remained, the sister whom you profess to have urped to leave the town with you that very evening, and she can tell us nothing may die without ever being nble to do so, Some shock to her feelings you may lnow Its'character and you may not drove her from a state of apparent health Into the wildest delirium in a few hours. It wns not your letter If your story Is truo about that letter or she would have shown Its effect Immediately upon receiving It that Is, In the early eveulng. And she did not. ncl-- , en., one of the maids, declares that she I saw her some time after you left the house and that she wore nnythlng but a troubled look: that. In fact, her countenance was beaming and beautiful." Carmel, beaming and beautiful at an hour I had supposed her suffering and full of struggle! I could not reconcile it with the letter she had written me. The lawyer proceeded with bis presentation of my caso as It looked to unprejudiced eyes. "Miss Cumberland comes to the club- Tiouse; so do you. You have not the jkeys and so go searching about the building till you find an unlocked win idow. by which you both enter. There ae 'those who say you purposely left this window unfastened when you went about the house f lie day before; that you dropped the keys in her house where they would be sure to be found and drove down to the station nnd stood about there for a good half hour fin order to divert suspicion from your self afterward and create an alibi In case it should be wanted. I do not j' believe any of this myself, but there are those who do. Your passion for Carmel. while not generally known, has not passed unsuspected by your or her Intimates, nnd this In Itself Is enough to give color to these. suspi cions even If you had not gone so far is to admit Its power over yon and the extremes to which you were willing to go to secure the wife you wished. So much for the situation as It appears to outsiders Of the circumstantial evidence which links you personally to this crime we have already spoken. It Is very strong nnd apparently unassailable." "Charles." I asked, "how do tbey account for the cordial that was drunk the two emptied glasses and the flask which were found In the adjacent closet?" "It's ono of the affair's conceded in- nn-r'-- will only unoo (hall never inaii o. ui bn. you. at 10:30. I congrulilcs. Miss Cumberland was n well known temperance woman, nnd the flask nnd glasses not come from her house you would get no one to believe that she had had anything to do Have you any hint to with them. give on this point I It would be a welcome addition to. our case." "Coroner Perry speaks of a third nnd unused glass which wns found with the flask," 1 ventured tentatively. "Ho seemed to consider It an important item." "It Is n curious circumstance. I will make a note of It. You have no suggestions to offer on tlio subject?" "None." "The clew Is n small one," ho smiled. "So Is the ono offered by the nrray oMxmlos found on the kitchen table, yet tho latter may lca!l directly to tho truth. Adelaide never dug those out of tho cellar where they were locked up. und I'm sure I did not. Yet I suppose I'm given credit for doing so." "Naturally. The key to tho wine vault was tho only key which was lacking from the bunch left nt Miss That It wns used to Cumberland's. open the wlno vault door Is evident from tho fnct thnt It wns found In tho lock." "You may add this coincidence to the other." I conceded. "I swear that I had nothing to do with that key." Neither could 1 hellcvo that It had been used or even cnrrled there by Adelaide or Carmel. though I knew that the full ring of keys had been In their hand- nnd that they had entered the building by means of one of them. So assured was I of their Innocence In this regard that the Idea which afterward assumed such proportions In all our minds had at this moment its first dawning in mine as well as Its first outward expression. "Some other man than myself was thirsty thnt night." I firmly declared. "We are getting on. Charles." Evidently he did not consider tho pnee n very fast one: but. being a cheerful fellow by nature, ho simply expressed his dissatisfaction by nn Imperceptible shrug. "Do you know exnetly what the clubhouse's wine vault contained?" he asked. "An Inventory wns given me by the stewnrd the morning we closed. It must be In my rooms." "Your rooms hnve been examined. You expected thnt. didn't you? Prob-nbl- y this Inventory hns been found. I don't suppose It will help any." "I will see you tomorrow nny tlmo tomorrow." I said. "Meantime I will give you a commission which you are at liberty (o perform yourself or to intrust to some capable detective. Tho letter, of which a portion remains, wns written to Carmel. and she sent me a reply, which was handed me on the station platform by a man who was a perfect stranger to me. I have hardly any memory of how the man looked, but It should be an easy task to And him, and if you cannot do that the smallest scrap of the uote ho gave mo and which unfortunately I tore up add scattered to the winds would prove my veracity in this one particular and so make it easier for them to believe the - CARE OF SEWING MACHINE. Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1010 147 rest." Ills eye lightened. presume the prospect of making any practical attempt In my behalf was welcome. "One thing more." I now added. "My ring was missing from Miss Cum berland's hand when 1 took away those pillows. I have reason to think or it is natural for me to think that she planned to return It to me by some messenger or lu some letter. Do you know If such messenger or such letter has been received at my apartments? Have you heard anything about this ring? It was a notable one aud uot to be confounded with any other. Any ono who knew us or who had ever re marked It on- her hnnd would ho able to identify it." "I have heard the ring mentioned." he replied. "1 have even heard that I - fChe Cause of Many There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive, iuanysuuuen deaths are caused by it heart dis- Sudden Deaths. 3H II st p ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often me rcsuu oi k.iu-ne- y disease. If nllowedtoadvance tlieklduey-poisoii- kidney trouble - is will nt Uck the vital organs, causing catarrh of brick-duor in thi bladder,head ache, back sedimentlame ache, th urine, back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous-kw- , or the kidneys themselves break 4ewti and waste away cell by cell. 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Whore It Is run quite conpains, I could scarcely stantly It should be oiled every night but where It Is used, say, n llttlo every stand on my feet. After day or so. once n week Is enough to three different doctors had clean and oil It. failed to help me, I gave It will bo best before the spring sewing is begun to overhaul the machine Cardui atrial. Now, I feel thoroughly. Set It In a good light, like a new woman." loosen the strap and loosen the plate. E58 Remove the shuttle If It Is a double thread machine und get every partlclo of dust and dirt out. A steel stiletto with a soft cloth wound around the good deal. A small point will liejp size camel rt hair paint brush Is a valuable aid In this cleaning process. Clean the wheel nnd all the lower part. Have two machine oil cans alA woman's health deways, keeping one tilled with good pends so much upon her Kerosene and the other with 11 standard machine oil It Is not economy delicate organs, (hat the to buy eheap grade least trouble there affects Use kerosene everywhere that oil la her whole system. It is ordinarily put. then fasten the plate and put the strap In placo and run the little things that count, the machine hard for n few minutes. in a woman's life and Let It stand overnight, and in the health. If you suffer from morning wipe every partlclo of keroBy this sene off and oil thoroughly. any of the aches and Is not meant deluging the parts, but pains, due to womanly couple of drops In using perhaps weakness, take Cardui at each place and being sure that none is forgotten. Run the machine a little once, and avoid more serinnd let stand overnight, and in the ous troubles. We urge morning run It some more nud wipe you to try it. Begin today. carefully. Most people use oil too generously when they use It nt all, with the result that It keeps coming out nml getting on materials. If thero seems to be much more diftrlct attorney when ho comes to Inter- ficulty In regulating the tension It will view you. I bear that ho Is expected bo better to have some one from the homo tomorrow. If you are Innocent shop come out and fix It. If tho shutyou can face him and his whole olllee tle tension Is once well regulated It is with calm assurance." almost never necessary to alter It. the "You are free," snld I, "I am not. regulating being dono with the outside Miss Cumberland will be burled before one. I leave these four walls. 1 hate to think of her going to her grave withNever leave home ou a journey with out one token from the man to whom out a bottle of Chamberlain's Cilic, she has been only too good. Charles, It is a few flowers, white, no wreath, just Cholera and Diarrhoea Retuedv. almost certain to be needed and cana few which can be placed on her breast or In her hand. You need not not he ohlaimd whtu 011 board the cars say whom they are from. It would or steanisllips. Ifor sale by All seem a mockery to any one but her. Lilies. Charles. I shall feel happier to FIRST AID IN FAINTING. know that they are there. Will you do this for me?" Lower the Mead to Let tho Blooa Back "I will." to the Brain. Is all." "That Fainting is a loss of consciousness Instinctively he held out his hand. I dropped mine In it, there was a slight duo to tho diminution of blood supply pressure, some few more murmured to tho brain. It occurs most frequent words, and ho was gone. I slept that ly lu weak, sensitive women, but may occur also to men as well. It usually night. occurs In crowds or In crowded halls, theaters and churches, where tho nt To be continued niosphero 13 close and tho nlr foul. Fainting usually lasts only n few K inu hiivn't the time to txercise minutes, and tho person recovers lm regularly, Do'au's Regulets w.ll prevent mediately when taken out Into the constipation. They induce n mild, eioy fresh air. but thero arc cases In which healthful action of the bou.tI without It lasts much longer, sometimes for nn gripii g. Ask your druggist for them. hour or more. Tho first aid treatment of fainting Is usually very simple. 5J. cents. Take the person out Into the fresh air and lay him tint on the back, with lower ER'S SALE. tho headcan bo than tho feet. done by grasping the This feet nnd holding tho body so that the head hangs down, fr take nn ordinary IirecketmdKe Circuit Court, Kentucky. straight back chair, turn it over so that tho back forms an angle with the II. A. Oelze, P.iiintiff. ' floor nnd place tho person on the back Agaiubt of tho chair with tho head hanging Mary IJ. Oelze Jtc , D feudants. down. This position with the head Kquity, N . 3341. hanging down favors the How of the By viilue of h Judgment unil Order of ot Ureckeurlilge Ciicuit Court, blood back to the brain. All tight clothing about tho neck nnd rendeied at May Term thereof, loll, in the above cause, for the sum of six waist should be loosened. Smelling hutidrtd dollars (600) with interest at snlts or aromatic spirits of ammonia tlieiaieoflj per emu. per annum tioiu applied to the nostrils nnd cold water the 22d day ol Jununry, 19II, until pa d, sprinkled on the face, chest nnd hands and all cools herein, I sliall proceed to help to restore conscIousne-33- . Nation offer for sale at the Court House door in al Magazine. Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at 1'nbliC Auctioi, on Monday, the 24 I1 Stops earache in two minutes; tooth day uf July, I9II, at one o'clock p. 111.. or thereabout, (being County Court day), ache or jwtn of burn or scnld in five upon a credit of aixatiii tvvelve months, minutes hoarseness, on? h utr; til ti cle l; the following described property, A certain house aud lot situated, ache, two bourn; sore throat, twelve lyiug and being in Cloverport, Ky., hours Dr. Thomas' Rlectru1 O 1, mon llreckeiuidge county, situated on Sec- arch over pain. ond street in said city, and fronting o" Second street 100 feet and running back Currant Pudding. to an ally, and being the same property ' Pound two ounces of blanched nl wbich Mary 11. Oelze resides. S.iid in ptoperty not being susceptible of di- monds, add four eggs well beaten, two tablespoonfuls sugar, four tablespoou vision, s inie will be sold as a whole. The purchaser, with approved surety fuls breadct umbs. two heaping table or securities, must execute bond, bear-iti- g spoonfuls butter. Put Into a casserole legal interest from the day of sale two cupfuls of wnshed and dried cur until paid, andlinvlug the force aun el rants, pour over them the above mis Leiu retained to feet of a judgment. secure payment of purchase money Didders will be prepared to comply promptly wuu these terms. Approximated debt, interest at.d cost S811.'.r)0. JjUli WALiLa, Commissioner. "I Am Well" 1 H6 tltlly 142 Dally 12 MX H3 14 H3 63 ' Ml Dilly a Wain "fii 69 19 14 l)lly !." Dally Dlly fl -- I pm t 40pm .... 10 01 STATIONS 1H Dully Lv. . ATKAWIlKilllY .... KATIIItYK- WKsT POINT HOWAUfj -- I.OUISVILI.U I1IHHOKK MKIIOUA STITK- - .. 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SKILLS) AN HAWKSVIM.E . fS 05 14 tn 21 12 fit fll ADAIR LKWISI'OltT PATK9 HUTCH OWENSUOttO 3IATTIMH.Y CONWAY WA1TMAN MACRO I'KTIltR .... f 40 fS 03 4 4 f9S5 td 9 tv 8 19 9 31 1! 7 52 45 37 29 S3 15 20 12 uG ii' if V. 53 f7 f7 7 f7 7 17 li! 35 3 45 W 55 37 34 St 11 7 13"' f7 27 35 m '8 f? 17 T7 31 7 35 40 74 5.1 7 5S 8 Ml 8 40 f$ 49 fa 53 N 57 fi 0J 19 10 ft) lfi 11 35" ClOpm fl2 27 3 50 fi ti "i f tl OleiFTITIl .... a It RED t's 23 " 75:41" f3 23 STANLY NEWMAN IP rs u; 11 I 05 1 30 7 40pm i ffl 1 1 8 23 7 30 55 10 40ani 24 9 42 15 HEALS St'OTTSVILLE HASKETT - IIENDEIOON EYANijVILLE.. ST. LOUIS ... . ... . p 3 00 1 35 oo pm ' f3 10 13 01 f7 59 7 5t! 7 52 7 39 10 ti ti 21 f3 11 f3 07 2 55 am 2 30 a 34 0 13 6 08 5 55 pm fa ie am 11 "f" Stops on Signal. Whore no time shown trains 1o""not stop. Trains 143 and 146 carrv free reclitiiiii? chir curs hetu-enr.nnlcvillc and St. Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evausville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No lJl will stop nt stations west of Clovemort to discharge nassenuara from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to discharge nassenpers frnm west of Cloverport. n Hartford Line West Bound I'COinl Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllie I'lrstClass Class No. 112 STATIONS No. 6 No. 118 Hast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 Class No N(.9 Mixed 7 Krclg't ex-r- f Utly 45 lUtiy Pass. Dally n Pass. Dully n Sund'y .11 n'y Dally 4 11 um ffl 55 (7 09 fi 20 s7 23 34 41 l.Vnn 8 30 8 55 2') 9 3) 90 9 53 1U 13 II ll'im Lv. IHVINOTON.Ar 1010am ru U .. HASIN SI'UINO... t b 51 Ml 3 s 9 35 OAUKIELD 111 6 Ml bll f7 50 r7 57 3 10 19 I0 10 51 M- - Olgmi 112 01 2. ri2 15 f 21 f! 30 f.i 34 IX 42 t 43 10 53 11 00 II 10 II II II MS 27 M2 3i 112 40 f!2 43 112 511 20 30 50 11 : 55pm s ri- -' . 1 OO 3 30 f HAltNED .JUNCTION.. s iIAlCDINSHUKU.. s JUNCTION f KI1!K r MeQUAUY ULEN DEaN s DEJII'STEIt .... s f KoCK VALE r VAN.ANT .. AMvINS. ... t . .. OAICS .. f ELLMITCI1 j KOUDSVILLE . Ar EAKL'UTON Lv . . . . 9 9 9 9 9 20 22 H 11 13 50 8 45 8 3t ( 33 si 27 8 21 8 13 8 l.'an 5 45 lOOOim r 9 35 8 9 12 f 9 01 s 8 53 s 8 4(1 s 8 39 f 8 30 f 8 23 s 8 10 s 8 05 f 8 00 f 7 54 f 7 50 f 7 45 s 7 33 7 30im l&im 15 Kf' ffi 1 1 10am 10 50 10 3) 10 15 f3 2 f2 a2 s2 s2 .N 52 37 30 15 05 f 1 55 f I 47 Hi 35 si si 23 f f 1 2.3 17 .. 10 10 g 0 0 O 10 01 54 43 38 31 13 t 1 05 s 1 00 1250pm 1 9 9 9 9 24 23 15 10 9 05 HOUND Srcou-- WEST l Between Dempster and Falls of Rousrh. 01ll',s 27 BAST BOUND '''rs Ciavi Jl Ului Kr,t TiAiRTinin cias l'''r!'t Atlxed PaS5enger Passenger Dally Exue,rt Sunday 12 3ti T',l'' Tlmo Table went T, Into olio jt iuuday. Juno Passenger 1!. I0IU, at 11:59 p ru STATIONS PALM HE .il'STEIt Ok HOUGH 8 Class Z. 26 Passentter I) lly iflr't Second Class 32 71 Mixed Monday. Dally .WrW'jr Oaly 1 I ,:v';i'')t Sunday 8 li Dally Ktcopl Sunday 3i a in' 15 Except Sunday 12 Krid only 2 03 ' 1 .V0'1?'''' p ra nm 2s p m 4s p mi l m 5tl p w 40 00 u ra a m um 23 p m la p n 43 Real Estate Department or business ' It you do yoo nay Hud ut what you need in this dcnnrtni6ut. Jf you aro interest ed in. any of the following proprieties write us nt once for owner' name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at onci telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has thelvery property yo are I jj'clng f r. Wo recommend tho following, properties as being productive and fair in price. your farm or business? z If yon )) If u Want for your property, send price and description at one, want cash and lot us show you how we bring buyer and sellerjtogether. This department is conducted solely for tho purposoof entiblin buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to.nmko quick salei ti fiu-- Do you want to buy S-l- toSell Jno. $3, 1Mn w ri-- D. Babbage . bttr i anu ttu nv an uruKKis.s in size bottles. You may have a nmbwf. vottle ana a book tiiat tens an . t itxmt It, DOtn sent tree py mail. Auureee, nuy-cc- ni . ft ,. T , , L ! 1 ...4. . 1 rf ... 1. .1 r. mum (Jo., ii nzuamton. in. y. 1mm writing mention reading this gen ,oKt in tuts paper. Don't mate iatakc, but remenilier the name. aud don't let a dealer sail itwMg m place ot wamp-K.u-o as. t, of tllo precious gems?" "No," sho replied. "What Is It?" "It's n fulry legend that my grand-mothe- r told me when I was n boy," An thn husbnud continued. "It was nbout a woman from whoso lips fell a diaTIIEItU WAS A BLIGHT PHKSSUHE. mond or a ruby at every word sho turo nud bake In a moderate oven for thtrtv rtilniitisi. Ro.it nn tbo whites of luo police are Interested in finding It, spoke." "Well?" snld his wlfo ns ho pause. threo eggs to a stiff troth, then add tut I have uot heard that they have "That's all there J3 of It, my dear," two tablespoonfuls of sugar, one You encourage me oeen successful. of vanlla extract and beat much by nssurliig mo that It was miss-lu- he replied. "Hut I wus just thinking you first saw If such things happened nowadays I ngulu. Arrange this meringue rouud from her hand when my fortuuo ns a jeweler." edgo of casserole, allow to brown and her. That ring may provo our most could umko serve. Tnble Talk. clew." valuable Right in your busiest seafou when "Yes, but you must also remember that she may have taken It off before yu have the least time to spare you NOTICE. she started for the clubhouse." are most likely to take diarrhoea and Please do not ask us to send you the "That is very true." lose several days time, unless you have "You do not know whether they have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd DlarJ News without paying for it cash in adlooked for U at her home?" rboe Remedy at band and tske a d&se vance, John D. Dabbage, "I do, net I will take good care of your latereeta from bow on. Be hope- ou the first appearaaae of the disease. Now. ful awl kew a brave treat te Um dla For sale by All Dealers. g Hi Vas Just Thinkina. man (o his spouse ''Mary,'' said win was gifted with rapidly movlug tongue, "did you over hear the story 11 11 dwelling with kltuheu on back porch: two good I) truss li .rn and teneiit house aim cis- FOR SALE -- A farm containing 250 acres aw. under fence. A iituu cottage ct Ut. tern b.luk tu tlie Held; u.eat and lien liouso; wood slied; will xeltoneasy payments; plenty 151 rooms, two cisterns, u walled collar wlu goo I stock harm-on11 fruit. particulars address ubtoru room over It, Further ot.sui tenant house; about 5j0 apple aud peacl Jno D. ItaboaKe, Cloverport, Ky. pears, quinces audaprlcots; mot trees, also alt kinds of small fruits. Including a nlo. 1''or ,B0 acres Tour lulies'wost of vlnyard of choicest grapes; 200 acres sleirwj CT Olendeane, amlles trom branch balauce lu woods. l'.'i acres lu grass, sevar. raliroad all tresh land; 100 acres In cultiva- groves of black locust nulllclont for posts u lu urassi will produce tlio best wire the whole farm In. U lies near Ekrov tion i 50 urn. who it and tobicco In neighborhood; on L. II & st L. It. It. prlno Is 3,000 o piouty ast'(K wutvr, well at door ot Uwell- - long and easy payments. 3 miles from Irvlimon: well eood btable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house, lav.s wo'ls irood vounirorehard: eood Plenty ot good timber for farm purpose iti lluilur ; on rural route; school house few yards good laud to clear. I'rlco .',000 H cash. fro-house; Imiirovuiueuls; ko.kI four room : IWaercs, Smiles from Guston, liu; lox dwelling, 2 rooms and side roonn to e nHl p,uuu s $ 1 r n Kill. Ml w Twik m nn I n it n PHII tl f M Y m T wi & b Mr. Farmer, tiro you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. t l ! I 4 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH llnoorporated.) COMPANY Subccribe Right See Us forDuatpeto Job Work 1 r Breckinridge County Fair TheAT a,nd HARDINSBUR.G, KY.. AUGUST 22. 23 Something Doing all The Time to amuse Both Old and Young 24 1 $100 Saddle Stake $100 Harness Stake $100 Derby Stake A. T. BEARD, The Greatest Floral Hall In the State Liberal Premiumns on Everything Reduced Rates on all Roads. Trains stop at Grounds Write for Catalogue Bigger and Better than Ever A HORSE SHOW Running and Trotting Races Each Day President JNO. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary son ) WILL BLAZE THE WHY TO CUSTER 1 APPEAL TO BRE o c 30C 3on Irvington And Citizens Along The Our Fifth Annual Fair and Live Stock Exhibition is Drawing Near ' and it is the Ambition of the Management to Eclipse all Trail Had Successful Good Former Efforts To do This the Support and Roads Meeting At Irvington of all is Necessary. J. C. PAYNE SECRETARY GOOD WILL, INTEREST As a result of agitation on the part of some of the good citizens of our town there was a meeting of the business men of Irvlneton and vicinity held at the tent Wednesday afternoon, July 12 at 3:30 o'clock, for the purpose of deciding upon a time in the near future, when a convent'on looking to the build ing of the proposed Irvington and Custer turnpiko might be decided upon. The result was a most enthusiastic meeting. In every movement, however good the motive there are those who at the out set say the end cannot be accomplished, so in the movement to construct the pike the km.cker is with us, but happy are we to say that his is the minority. When our forefathers made their way across Cumberland Gap from Virginia into what was then an unexplored country, known only as Kentucky county, a blazed trail or Indian pathway was their only highway. With the development of this county and its wonderful resources, both vegetable and mineral, other routes have become necessary quicker modes of travel and AND EXHIBITS ME! See the Biggest Thing that Ever Happened WILL HELP GREATLY. nearer. One of the Magisterial dis- trict's fine old man, who was for a num-- 1 Tne Ulllcm 9ervices at tlle Tabernacle wlU continue throughout the week. ber of vears a member nf tho Court and was an advocate of good Caching bv the Rev. R. F. Treadway. roads, who having passed to his re-- ' The u,orni"K services at 10 o'cloc.c and at 7:45 wi,h cottage prayer ward still livas in his doctrine of 3 the discussion of Good Roads es- ing up and writing up that which is for lneetlnK at 4 o clock each afternoon, pecially the building of a pike from the advancement of the best interest The churches being depleUd of their sei,ts t0 supply the Tabernacle, the Irvington to Custer and also the most of the countv. three Sunday Schools Methodist. Bap. advisable time to hold a good roads Master Edmund Carter and sister, tistand Pxesbyterian held a Union serat Irvington. Ellen have returned from a visit to vice at the Tabernacle at 9:3(' o'cloc'-A motion was mae by J.M Herndon "Grandma"Carter near Cloverport. Sunday morning. W. J. Piggott, Supt. that the chair appoint a committee to Miss Bessie Bentley came up from of the Methodist School, conducted the confer with the Fiscal Court to learn what appropratlon that body will make Henderson last week for a two wee' s Uuion choir, while J. M. Herndon, Supt. of the llapti-- t school, hud charge toward constructing the proposed pike. stay with her sister, Mrs. A. D. of the exercises. Each school was asAlter some discussion, the motion which was made to hold the convention Mrs. W. W. Holt attended the fun- signed a section of the room aud class- August 12 was carried. On motion the eral of Capt. Ryan, in Cloverport, on es were conducted aud reports made as if in each separate school. The novelty two committees were merged into one; last Friday. of attending Sunday school In a tent, W.J. Piggott, J.M. Herndon, and E. Miss B. Ada Drury, who has been despite the rain brought out a large II. Shellman constitute the committee. the guest of her sister, MVs. R. B. crowd, there being an attendance tf Motion to adjourn carried, McGlothlau for the past two weeks something ovei two hundred. J. C. Pa)r.c, Secretary." left Monday for Bay View, Petosky, The good Road Convention at Irvingand other North Michigan points. ton, August 12, is the event you must Mrs. S. P. Parks and sister, Mrs. IRVINGTON. plan to attend, lie sure to come, In ing J. M. Herndon have returned fiom all your family and a good supply of Brandenburg, where they visited their fried chicken, of which good speakers Mrs. H.H. Kemper, of Minot, North sister, Mrs. Will Ashcraft for several are to foud. l'rol. A. M. Schorel, of Dakota, left yesterday for Big Spring days. the State Experimental Station will be after spending several days here with Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain is at home on hand to deliver an address on good friends. after a few days spent In Louisville. roaas. Mrs. Sally Hastings accompanied by Mrs. Alf Newman Of Cairo, III., and Miss Mary Smith, of Guston, is spendher niece, Miss Anna Owsley, of White sister, Mrs. Percey Weaver and chil- ing this week with her sister, Mrs. Mills, came last week to be the guests dren, of Louisville, arrived last week New so m Gardner. of Mr. and Mrs. G T. Marshall. for a several week's stay with their Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Graves arMr.,t,. u. Moremen and son, Louis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington. rived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. . . i. Mrs. Jno. Childs, of Guston. was the and Mm. D. W, Henry. Maris rciurueoi t. nouic aiior pending the 1MUt week In week end visitor of her daughter, Mrs. Mr. aud Mrs. Paul 1'lager, of Chicago, C. S. Neafus ate spending some time here us the Mrs. Richard Bandy spent Monday guests of Mrs. I'lager's mother, Mrs,' iaa Heze ette. In Louisville, shopping. Hell Bruare, ut brr home in the Jolly M1w Lyddan, of Mrs, A. T. Adkins has returned from apartment. ! talk-!evcnlu- transportation. Before the coming of the musket the sword was a satisfactory weapon, but it could not reach far enough to count when the bullets began to whistlejwhen the high power rille displaced the muzzle loader, the old carbine lost its value its range became too shoit.So to day with the coming of che auto-va- n for heavy express and touring car and lim ousine for the business or pleasure trip, to say nothing of the light harness carriages, traps and runabouts of our modern farmer the blazed trail which long since has given way to the more modern dirt road; and we must now supply the present demand and give in place the modern turnpike, , Let every farmer,Mechanic, merchant doctor citizen whatever be vour vocation, respond to the call to assemble at Irvington, Aug. 13. Respond as one man; bring your wives, mothers, sweethamd hearts, tnd children a per and above all, au u lfhaching dtte initiation that the like can be and will oe built this fall. The following is a report of the meeting held at the tent: At a meeting of the business men and citizens of Irvington held July 12, I9II, Mr. J. B. Herndon was made chairman. He stated the purpose of the meeting to well-fille- It is useless to announce the gocd and lasting results and benefits to our countv and people which have been brought about by the four previous County Fairs. The great Improvement in live stock, poultry and even in our In every people is easily perceptible. department of the fair intense interest has been taken and the exhibitors have striven to excel. Each time an exhibitor has seen wherein his competitor has exelled him, he has been moved to try again with renewed determination. In this matter, as in most all others, competition and rivalry have resulted in progress, improvement and the general upbuilding and good of our community and its people. In the past, hundreds of visitors have made favorable and even flattering comments on the number and character of our exhibits in the various departments This has been the result of individual effort centralized. We desire each man and woman in the county to feel that he or she is a part of our fair, and that on each rests a part of the responsibility of failure or success It is not necessary that all win, neither but if you have something of which you feel gratified at possessing or having produced, you owe It to yourself and to the fai to add same that it may go to make up a 'arge and creditable collection of similar articles. Compare, see wherein the other excels, Improve your own article and thus raise the standard. We are already assured of a record breaking exhibition of all kinds of livestock; our concessions will be numerous, interesting and clean; our grounds will be attractive and pleasant; our attendance promises to be unnsually good, and we promise you something to entertain and amuse from early morn to late evening. That that we need most and must have to succeed and to benefit our county's live stock and agricultural interests, is the strong support and cooperation of our citizenship in attendIf a thing looks ance and exhibits. good to you, it will look good to many We are, others Respectfully, A. T. Beard, President, JohnM. Skillman, Secretary. is it possible, B A R.BECUE At Bandy's Grove, 8 A XI. W. OF1 A. Mile West of Webster Depot Saturday, July COME! J. V. St. Clair, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. 22 l u o I Austin O'Bryan and Bros, will Furnish Music Free conveyances meet all trains; a good dinner ana plenty of Refreshments of all kinds; a large, cool spring and abundance of shade and seats on the grounds. Owensboro, are spending the week as j a short visit to friends in Louisville. the guests of their aunt, Mrs. John I Mrs. Oiarence DeWees, of Fordsville, Akers. was the guest. of her parents for a few The following composed an all day days last week, picnic at Sulphur Wells, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.J.K. Bramlette and chilThose present were: Mr. and Mrs T C dren returned yesterday from a ten Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hale, Mr. days visit to relatives at Little Bend, and Mrs. J. I). Ashcraft, Mr. and Mrs Ky. David Hile, Misses Letltia Chapin, I Mrs. Albert Ashcraft who has been Theodosia and .Lottie Matheney, Laura spendin? a few days ,n Gustotli returned Messrs John Miles, Henry Kendall, Clen Bandy, Johnnie Simons, and Hu- COME! Dr. T. J. Hendricks, COME! Adie Kendall bert Bandy. The building of the Irvington to Custer pike on the cooperative plan, which now seems an assured fact, makes the opening of a new era in the history of the Fourih Magisterial District of old Breckenrldge County, it means the drawing in of the chords of union, the towns which today are twelve, seven and four miles distant, with the completion of the pike they will be drawn Friday. Mrs.D.C.Herron and daughter, Mary and Mrs. Jonas Lyons were in Louisville last week shopping. Mrs. Jas. Hattell and mother, Mrs. Rhodes left Sunday for Madora, Ky,, where they will visit relatives for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Will Greetings who have been on a wedding trip arrived here Sunday, and are spending a few daye as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlndler. For Governor, Kdward C. O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling. For Lieutenant Governor, L. L. Bristow, of Georgetown. For Attorney General, Thod. B. McGregor, of Benton. For Auditor, Leonard W. Betherum, of Mt. Vernon. Merman F. Monroe, of Louisville. Secretary of State, For A. J. Oliver, of iScottsvillo. For Commissioner of Agriculture, D. W. Clark, of Barboursville. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, T. W. Vinson, of Princeton. For Clerk Court of Appeals, C. S, Wilson, of Williamsburg. Miss Dee Bashaui, at Bellview. of Louisville, If You Wan-ta convenient channel through which to transact your financial business, and if you are satisfied that THE FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. For Treasurer, offers you advantages of safety and facilities, please remember that it is easy and convenient to do your BANKING BY MAIL. If you would like to make this bank your depository, and you are not near enough to call to see us, just write us for information, and we will take pleasure in telling you how to forward your deposits by mail. FIRST STATE BANK, R J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: conv-ntlo- n c J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN SON Pull-iat- Granite and Marble i , Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Ater Mrs.. If rank Jolly aud sou, who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Charlie Hiok, left Monday for her home near Hatdlnsburg, Lovo of Trees. Wo .And our most soothing companionship in trees among which wo have !!rcd, somo of which wo ourselves tnny hovo plnutcd. Wo lean against them, cloverport; ky. t- . ( and they never betray our trust, they shield us from the sun uud from the rain, tuolr spring welcome Is n new birth which never loses Its freshness, A Change of Name. tbey lay their beautiful robes at our "Who can give a sentence using the feet In autumn; la winter thoy stand and wait, emblems of patience and of worn penuuiuurr nsueu tho teacher. Little Rachel's hand shot up. The truth, for they hide nothing, not even the little leaf buds which hint to us teacher nodded encouragingly. et bene, the- last element In their triple "Llehtnlnir was Invnnteil hv Pant,,. - Richard Moorman Dead." Globs Trotters Plus. A number of tourists were recently Tho body of Kicharil Mooi-utalooking down the crater of Vesuvius. An American geutleuinn said to Ills Was brought to frlnn Tliun f4uu companion: St. Louis whero ho died in a am "Thut looks kuuiI deal llko the tarium. Tho funeral was Hld regions." An English Indy. nwrluarlng the re last Wednesday , conducted by ttt mark, suld to another: Kov, Mr. Piatt. Mr. Moomwtf "Good gracious, how theso Anierl was sixty-eigyears ofJapXiid cans do travel!" I.lpplneott's. ht was a pioneer citizen Jmmd countv. He leaves siv nWiM and was tho father of Guy Moormau who died recently. U ywbollam. Dr. O. W. Holmes. lum Franklin.' Everybody's. "Bread baking suacew if you use the Lewieport guaranteed t PUmr.