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The Breckenridge news: August 2, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911080201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 2, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 4 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1911. The News Welcomes You to The Masons' Barbecue Thursday, August 10th CUSTER WILL BE 'Writes ment some time ago' has again opened forbmlness. Attorney V O. Babbage. OVER ONE who was the assignee, and who has had his matters in hand for several HUNDREDCONVERTS GREATEST PLACE weeks, Anally succeeded in bringing about a settlement that was satisfactory to all concerned. Mr. Preston will Dr. Meador From Way now continue his business the same At Irvington Tent Meeting-Do- ors COME Down In New Mexico-Thin- ks as before. No Vacation Yet Robert G. Gardner of Hardinsburg, years opened his book store twenty-fiv- e ago this month and has never taken a vacation. He has never missed a day CUSTER HAS THE PEOPLE. on account of illness: and stranger still, he has never married. Mr. Gardner My Dear Sir and Friend: You pleaso takes a great Interest In his store and change my paper from Lake Arthur, has a host of friends at the county tf.M., to Nava Visca.N.M. As I have seat. changed ray place of residence and my wife and myself nre afraid we will miss Fairleigh Is Named. a copy of the Breckenridge News. I am glad to seo the steps you are takWil-so- n Frankfort, Ky., July 26,-G- ov. ing for a pike from Irvingtou to Custer today appointed David W. Fairleigh, and if that is a go, it will be extended of Louisville, Republican member of on to Leltchfield, then the people will Commisfrom Hardins- the State Board of Election get busy and build one sioners. Fairleigh succeeds Thomas II. burg and Ellzabethtown, by the way of Shelby, of Lexington. Garfield. So Custer will be the greatest Breckenridge County for she place in has the people and the country. If every body knew the need of such roads as I do in the Custer country, they would not mind to turn their time and money Smith is Thrown From Train by to such work. If Custer and Irvlngton pike should Two Tramps And His Arm is be built you should have credit for it. Broken. I know. Mr. Babbage you would make man for a good Westerri News-pape- r you are a"Uooster"when you get startOnThursday morning as a fast freight ed. was coming est two miles above Lewis-por- t, I am 4O miles west of Dalhart and my O.P. Smith, a brakeman, discovfriends who have lots there are going ered two tramps stealing a ride on his to make trood with them, as there is train, and he ordered them to get off f going to be another new R. R. there in and started to put them olT, when they a few months, and Dalhart will"Boom" resented it and attacked him. After a again. With success to you and the i.truggle they succeeded in throwing 'good roads. I am, Your friend, him from the top of the car, and one Dr.R. W. Meador, arm was broken tnd several bruises Nava Visca, New Mexico, July 24 I9IL were inflicted. The train was stopped at Petiie and the hoboes there made News Editor would Make A Good Man For Western News-pape- r Fields. Well-Know- n Minister Of their escape. The trainmen then went back and got and he was taktn Illinois At The Castle. to Louisville, Smith he is where low being ,, The Rev. Mr. Iiu-t- t McDonald and Mrs. McDonald and daughter, Miss Mary Katherine, and son, Jouett McDonald, Jr., arrived yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. Frank Mattingly. He is pastor o the Presbyterian church of Morora, III', where he recently went from New York. It is hoped that his Cloverport friends will have nn opportunity to hear him driver a discourse at the Lucile Memorial soon. Boarman Held To Grand Jury. Noel Boarman, the accused murderer ion. of Burt McCarty, the Lewisport, Ky , railroad agent, was held to the HanEngagement cock county grand jury at his prellmi'- -' cared for in a hospital. He will recover. The officers were notified here and at Lewisport and search was made for the tramps, but without success. It is believed that the men made their escape across the river. Coming so soon after the tragic happening at Lewisport in which Bert McCarty lost his life, there was considerable excitement over the matter, and many regrets were expressed because the remaining trainmen did not arrest the men or run the train with the men on board up to Hawesville, where they could scarcey have made their escape. Hancock Clar- is Announced. nary hearing in Hawesville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Boyd of St. George Raerlck, who had accused Boarman of the crime, was suspicioned and Louis, Mo., announce the engagement arrested also but was released at the ex- of their daughter, Anna Belle Bruce, to amining trial. Cannelton Telephone. Mr. Samuel Rob Heauchamp of this county. The wedding will occur WednesIn Hickman day, August Oth. Hancock Clarion. $ Dwight Randall III Miss Cleona Weatherholt and Mrs. Marlon Ryan are in Hickman this week where the latter went to move Dwight Randall Was taken 111 last 'Uav VinncaVinlrl rrnrwle. Rvnn has Mrs. - - J wwtov. II V 1 UWUIIVUVIU Wednesday, and is threatened with not vet decided where she will make typhoid fever. He has many friends her home. in Louisville and among the joung people of Cloverport who hope his IllFirst Visit In Forty Years ness will not be serious. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Randall. Mr. Hardaway, of Bewleyvllle, is In, visiting his son, W. G. Hardaway and Miss Ditto Not Coming 1 Mrs. Hardaway. This Is his nrst visit to Cloverport in forty years. Next February he will be eighty years old. . Miss Addie Graham Ditto, who was Mr. Hardaway Is a distinguished man expected here last evening, has returnoi the old school. He has ten children, ed to her home in Louisville, after a all living good and all making good delightful visit to relatives in Decatur, III. She will visit Cloverport later livings. ft'" " this summer. Mr. Harris III I. Fair Like Pictures. Webster Stone Company, is ill of rheu- - James G, Harris, Manager of the WiUiani Ditto and W. C. Ditto, of iwatlsm at Webster and not able to be Hardinsburg, were here Saturday disv at his olllce. He is a lormer citizen or tributing advertising matter for this place. the Preston Makes Settlement Km, Preston, who made an assign- Breckenridge County Fair. Mr. Ditto said that many had asked him if the air ships and the ferrls wheel that are in the big colored posters, would be had at the fair. scrlption and that of my mother, Alice it to Miss Lane, Barboursvllle, Weatherholt, for one year. I am nl Messrs Fred and Guy Jolly have reways glad to get the News, as it takes turned from a two weeks visit to Evansfirst place. I enjoy reading the serial vllle, Lewisport and Hawesville. OF story. Dr.W.A. Walkerhas located in Stur We had a fine rain here yesterday, gis. every thing was getting very dry. Breckenridge Fair Aug. 22, 23 and 3 J. Evangelists Return Home After I remain, yours truly, Mrs. Rosa Ditto and daughter, VirWm. Weatherholt, Of All Churches Will Be Successful Tent Meeting-M- any Moweoqua, 111. ginia, of Brandenburg are visitors in P. S. I believe I am also entitled to town. Week-S- ix HunOpened This Visitors Leave Little the farm paper. Messrs Jno. D. Shaw and Allen R. City Preparations On For dred Dollars Given By Free Kincheloe were in Owensboro last week. Good Roads Barbecue. Will. HARDINSBURG Samuel Evans has returned from Lewisport. BAPTISING AT DENT'S BRIDGE. TWENTY PERSONAL ITEMS. Mrs. Lucy Hughes and daughter, Miss Niratri Wiliett spent Sunday in Martha Ellen, left Saturday for a visit Irvington. Irvington, Ky., Aug. 1 (Special.) Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Fuqua, of Fords-vill- to her sister, Mrs. Silas Pate, Hopkins-vlllIf you want to save money lu buying were guests of Mr. nud Mrs. J. The great tent meeting which has teen Jewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old re. in progress for the past seventeen days, J. Tilford last week. Prof. H. Walz, Columbia College, liable jeweler. was brought to a close on last Sunday Misses Martha and Islelle Gardner Owensboro was the gnest of Jno. O'Reil Mrs. J. H. Gardner and son, James evening with nearly I5OO people in at- returned today to Haidiusburg, having ly Jr. last week. Mr. and Mrs.Zeno Hendrlck have re Howard, spent Thursday with Mrs. J. tendance. These evangelists, Hoicomb spent several days with Mr. anil Mrs. turned from ajvisit to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, Oakland. and Tredway, with their J. C. Payne. Miss Isabel Hendrlck has returned B. Miller, Eddyville. rendered valuable service to the town Mrs. Elizabeth Johnston and daughand the community and their work ter, Miss F.tnuia Mr. Jno. P. Haswell was in town from a visit to McDaniels. Johnston, and niece, among us will long be remembered. Miss Irene Smith, of The children of the Baptist Sunday Fordsville, left last week. We wish them much success where-eve- r this week for their homes. Miss Mary O'Reilly is on the sick list. School and their teachers had anoutincr the Lord leads them in this wonMiss Ella Ahl left Monday for a vis- - last Wednesday at the Lake. Mrs. Huston Wimp and Miss Olivia derful work of soul saving. Geo. hvans has returned from ChiThe free 'will offering, which was Orr, after being the guests of Mr. John cago where he has been visitincr his taken at the Sunday morning service, Wiuip and family, have returned to brother. NEW SHOW BOAT amounted to over $600, besides the Brandenburg. Balloon ascension each day of Fair, The Misses McGlothlan had as their "pudding pan" contribution which was A party from here visited Tar Springs near f2s0. There was about 180 who guests for Sunday Miss Lizzie Hall, of Tr On last week. All report a grand time. The expressed a desire to lead a 'new life Webster, nud visitor, Miss Susie I'rout, "Mill At Tlin Dnnpc" nun ni lie I COO IU UG following composed the party: of Louisville. and many will unite with the churches Brown McCubbins, National Played Here By Needham girls have arrived at the homes here and other places. The various deLittle City, Cal., W.A. Walker; Misses Anna, nomination! will open the doors of the of Mr. and Mrs. Eiil Beuuett and Mr. Amusement Company. Bettie, Catherine and Nellie Kincheloe churches this week for the reception of and Mrs. Henry Jane. A fins boy at and Katie Stith; Messrs Coleman members. There will be a baptising at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Janus jarett. Announcement is given in this issue Payne, Cleveland Brock and White Dent's Bridge on Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Will Kjler, of Hawesville, was of tne i.ow snow boat that w.ll arrive Kincheloe. 3 o'clock. at the guest of Mrs. Chas. Fritz last week. at this Port August 8 at Stephensport 7. Bring all your poultry to the Fair. Mrs. G. M. Cilloway and twj chil- Cloverport's curiosity is aroused to see Jim Dean, of Glen Dean, was in All His Own. dren left Friday for St. Louis. the "Man at the Press" on the stage, town last week. Mrs. H. C. Hart ha returned from a notwithstanding siie has a chance to The other day Mrs. Llghtfoot told Mrs. E. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, her little grand-son- , John Charles. week end visit to her parents, Mr. and see him in real life at the News olllce was the guest of Mrs. P. M. Beard last Branson, at Bakett, Ky. every Tuesday anyway. Leitch, that he must take his thumb Mr. week. Mr. and' Mrs. J. T. Mmiugly were out of his mouth. He seemed perfect Cleveland Hendrlck was a visitor In r ly indifferent to his for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank the country Friday. in Ulovjrport. she had told him that manv times be Miss Emma Lou Moorman has refore. When she left the room, John Mrs'. G. W. Iirite aud ton, Wilbur, turned to her home in Glen Dean after did take out his thumb long enough to of Lewitpori, are the gins s of Mr. and Miss Ruth Davis Guest of Honor a two weeks stay in town. say to his mother, "Guess I can do Mrs. O. F Brite. baking success is guaranteed what I please with it Nobody's thumb at a Pretty Party Given by Rev. Lewis aud MUtes Louise if yon use the Lewnport BEST Flour." but mine.'' and Allieue Hardaway, of Clovvr-poi- t, Miss Delia Winchell. Sold by J. H. Grduer. were guests of frien is tu the city Friday evening. "Jay Bird" Moorman Here. Mrs. JessSttth is slowly improving. Mrs. Clareuce DeWees, of Fordsville, Mrs. Wilson, of Lafayette, visited visited Mrs. J. J. Tilford last wetk. Jesse Moorman Mrs. Morris Beard, of Hardinsburg, Miss Nina Weatherholt a few days !ast boro Wednesday was here from OwensOf Judge James Hickman Wills the guest of Chas. Falweek. spent SUuiday as the guest of Mrs. W. Mrs, Lillian Davis and daughters, lon. He looked splendid and' had many Held Last Wednesday-Interme- nt J. Piggott. Virginia, returned to their interesting experiences to tell of his Misses Katharine Wimp, Virginia Ruth and In Elmwood Took Place home in Louisville Sunday afternoon, trip around the world with Uncle Sam's Head, Julia Lyons yid Ilu Payne atfleet. Mr. Moorman has resigned from Cemetery, Owensboro. tended the little picnic near Webster after visiting several days at G. W. the uavy and will live in Owensboro. Saturday, given by Mrs. Clint Crutcher Winchell's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paulin were in for her Sunday School class. Remembers Breckenridge. The funeral services of Judge Wills Troy last week. Mrs. Harry Huff and baby, of Louis were held at the home of Mrs. Francis Judge J.L. Dorsey.of Henderson, was Mi's Willa Polk has gone to DecaSawyer in this city last Wednesday ville, will spend teu days with her tur, III., to vis't her sister, Mrs. John a passenger on the Henderson Route morning. Appropriate remarks were cousin, Mrs. Chas. Cliapin, Monday returning from Louisville. The Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Barkley, of Vaucoiiia. made by the Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis Judge has not forgotten the good peoG. E. Flauuigau is here working for and beautiful singing by members of Springfield, Ohio, who have been spendple of Breckenridge county and the Methodist and . Baptist church ing a few weeks at their old home in the Indiana Life Endowment. Co. His cordial reception given him in his the race Stepheusport, stopped over here on office is in Evausville. choirs. forjudge of the Court of Appeals. He Sunday, and were the guests ol Mi. and Mrs. J. D. Cockrell, of Franklin, said Breckenridge The body was taken to Owensboro on county has a high Iud,, who has been visiting her sou, class of citizenship and Is the 11 o'clock train and the interment Mrs. Bate Washington. one of the took place in Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Mary Hestoti has returned to Herbert, returned home Tuesday. best counties he visited while a candiSweet services were conducted at the Hardinsburg, Honier Weatherholt, of Owensboro, is date. The Judge Is a law partner of grave by the Rev. Mr. E. B. Cottrell, the Hon. H. O. Stanley, who is now so The Rev. R. F. Tredway left Monday here visiting relatives. assisted by the singers, Mr. Austin for Cleveland, Ohio, to joiu his wife, Miss Dell Winchell entertained about largely in public eye at Washington. Berry, Miss Maud Conyers and Miss where they will spend a few days be- twenty friends Saturday evening in Drew Hayden. The were: fore leaving for their home nt Maua honor of her visitor, Miss Ruth Davis, New Firm. Messrs. Eugene Owsley, Austin Berry, of Louisville. The evening was spent La. Wilson Owen & Co., successors to C. W. Grant, Robert Hayes, K. Y. Miss Mamie Adkisson and Miss Har playing games and dancing. Refresh W. C. Moorman, Glen Dean, will open Berkshire and R. L. Thornton. din, of near Lodiburg, spent the week ments were served nud all left at a late up this week with anew stock of goods Wm. McDonald, a cousin of Mr. hour, having spent a pleasaut eveuiug. bought for end as the guests of Miss May Baudy. cash and by an experienced Wills, and Mrs. Amanda McDonald, his 1. B. Sanders is builJing t house buyer, one who knows Rev. and Mrs, Walt Hoicomb, of the value of aunt, and Miss Tula McFarland met for Woldo Simons. goods and how to buy t.iem. This firm Mrs. Wills and relatives and friends at N ishvllle, Teun., left Monday after a Miss Beatrice Payue and Dr. Light- - will do a strictly cash business, one the train and extended their kindness two weeks stay In the city. price to all and that price the lowest. s'e who attended Coleman mid Mrs. foot went to Cauneltou Thursday. Mrs. Charlie in many ways. Th Miss Veva Winchell is on the sick They proposo to give that section a the funeral from here were: Mrs. Wills Piuitt, of Brandenburg, spent two days store that Is In every way and Miss Gense Wills, Mr. and Mrs. of last week here the guests of Mrs. L. list this week. where they can buy what they want at Sawyer and little Jane Sawyer, Mr. K. May. Joe Bread baking success is guaranteed if reasonable prices and receive fair and Mrs. Richard Warehouse, of West "Eread baking successls guaranteed you use the Lewisport BEST Flo'ur. treatment and a cordial welcome. See Point; Mrs. Lon Richardson, of Louis- if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". their ad on another page. ville; Mrs. S. D. Loyd, of Columbus, Popular Cloverport Ohio; Mrs. H. Behen, Miss Louise Conundrum Gets Here A Clean Show. Girl Entertained. Babbage, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, M. Gregory, Mayor Barry, George John Cooley & Thom presented the cleanest Weatherholt and Chas. Sawyer. Tea leaves would that give Coffee Mrs.Eugene Tatuin entertained Tues aud best show Monday night ever given grounds for divorce? Brought down day evening in honor of her guest. Miss at this port. Mr. Thorn was leading Saturday uight by Fred Ferry, Pur Hasel Holder, of Cloverport. After a man and was well supported. EveryHenderson Route Monogram On Team's New Suits. chasing Agent of L. H. & St. L. R. R. uleasant evening refreshments were body who went was well pleased with served, Those present were: Misses the plav, ''The Miulsterand the Maid." The Cloverport baseball team has or Edith Stoiay, of Evansvllle, Mina Mr. Thom has an unusual boat show To "John De Baptist". dered new suits aud expect to receive them this week. They are classy cuts Smith, Rllla Curscuer, Hazel Holder and is a real floating palace. BildM in tan aud gray. The most striking and Messrs Sam Farmer, John Cole- being an actor, he has an attractive thing about the suits la that across the personality whijh hag won luiuy Mr. John De Baptist: Dear Sir I man. Charlie Smith, and, Willie Tabor. chest the Henderson Route monogram friends for him down the Ohio. Henderson Gleaner. sending two dollars to pay my sub-- , am is itamped artistically on It. IRVINGTON NOTES e, e. I Mes-dam- es grand-mothe- Mat-tingl- y j "B-ea- d Bib-bjg- e pall-bearer- s , . THE OLD RELIABLE PERPETRATED BY WAIT Ac DOUGALL Old Aunt Jane $OMEBONE$ aft comjjoln BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 About her poor old bones But no arte: cured flow ill she fared Nor listened To her moatvs Until one ni Uht it Whctt Aunt June really owrvs. But now ills plain thai old Aunt Jane Need neve r M alone For we'll RVlD vivc her every pain While she still has u hone. Tlio. whole blame p ush comes in a rush The minute Aunt June aronnsf For you can DM vve dout forget She nas forty thousand bones . OUR RECORD: :!'.) years of honorable dealing. Passed through tliroe piinics and pmd every claim to its full MWMDl on demand. Never soiled a check. An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits 1 APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER ANDQPRONOUNCED A No. summer i RECIPES i JOSEPH R. RALPH IS BIGGEST MONEY MAKER. But It Isn't Hit Ht's Director of Government Bureau of Engraving. There Is In Wnshlngton n man who makes $1 l.nOO.HiO n day. Rut then it isn't his money. It belong to the Catted States government. The man is Joaehh i:. Ralph, director of the bureau of engraving mid printing and one of the most efficient men in the employ of the government Money is the science as well as the business of Ralph. Out of the school of ad riaty he came up from a rolling mill in .Toilet. III., where he went to work when he was twelve years up; uii from twelve hours n day over a machine that racked his young body and gave him a keen realisation of the hardships of the laboring ni.ui nnd the value of labor saving devices. Probably the most striking characteristic of the employees of his bureau is that the handling of such vast sums of money IS $11.0(10,000 a day breeds in most of them a spirit of economy. In several of them recently this spirit of economy became too strong. They began to do n thriving business lending money. The director put n stop to this, however. "Last year," Ralph said, "we turned out about $G.OOO,000.000 worth of stamps, money and securities. Half of that was In notes and securities. A fair sample of one day's work Is fit, . ! n "Juarez anJ Hell in ten minutes Diaz resigned in !" exclaimed General Trundle despair. tit wtin horse nnlish , chopped picKies ' i i i and Oraled Swiss cheese or peanut butter flavored with 0urli c . Grape Fruit may now be Serve J t Gravson Count, Fair Ky. ii I Leitchfield, 1 AUG. 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 iums than any fair in this section. Balloon ascension each day. Many improvements to grounds and track Oil Roads and Dustless Fair For Catalog Address Bigger and Better than ever More Races anil More Prem- H. H. WILLIS, Ass't. Secretary SMS If You Want-- a convenient channel through which to transact business, and if you are satisfied that Tour financial I GINK AND BOOB OR MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN IN FIVE STIRRINGTIPS. are used, so that cacti guesr may n:i vor Ills food to his tnste. The really up to date person nowadays pretends to be an export in pepper. Seemed to (live Him a New Stomach. ' - SPASMS TABLE All Ornateness SERVICE of Decoration Has Departed For Simpler Effects. I'usliiou Is tickle in table service ns well as in oilier tilings. The dinner table of today is not what it was a few years :ik". All the ornateness of decoration has departed, and cenlcr-pitCno longer reseniltle JuiiKles. while one can eat at one's ease without being surrounded by silly little china Cupids and swans. The whole scheme of decoration for the llliem dinner lalile makes for Any surest ion of ostensimplicity. tation is had form, 'l'he table is not strewn with trailing smilax and loose (lowers, nor la the hare mahogany seen as of old. except for luncheon or sufl te'l intensely utter eating mm of cotton, one from a had road territory ami the other fttHTi a good road no medicine or treatment I tried seemed weight In to do any Rood," writes H. M. Youug- - territory, the QtfferetM-View, showing the profits and losses that tv ts. Ivlitor of The Sun, Lake come from good and bad roads, an1 Ohio. "The first few do es of Chambershe", n lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets K"ve hetafl is hoped by the hackers of the It reli- -f and the second botme surprising present movement that the road iui tle seemed to give me a new stomach proveiueni train will stimulate the in and perfectly g " I health, " Pur tola by teresl ot the south, bring about the all dealer enactment id uniform laws and utii 0 . vantages Of good roafls and the dis- OOO.OOO." Pictures advantages ef bad ones showing doctors caught in the ruts of "I suffered habitually from constipahad roads While on their way to pa tion. Doan's Re-- lets relieved and tienls. undertakers' wagons delayed strengthened the bowels, so that they on the way to the cemeteries, auto ever since. "A. E. inoiiilists thrown on the road by a have been regular louds Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. bowlder in a bad road and two A THE FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. offers you advantages of safety and facilities, please rememher 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 HUNGRY PYTHON. your deposits by mail. Then is a reversal of taste in favor of good linen, plain glass, good Mowers anil a general practical simplicity (Jlass of service in every detail. howls with a few well sole- ted lowers jire ev mi supplanting the silver ones, hut the latter are often of such real beauty and lend to the table such distinction that it will be difficult to supplant them entirely. Odd little novelties for the table One of the have crept In recently. newest is small cruet frames for each guest, and these cruets contain nothing hut pepper of different kinds. Cayenne, Nepaal, aji (from Per), HnngnrUn, paprika and Chile powder breakfast. FOR THE GOOD ROADS Present Day CAUSE Are You A Woman Difficulties of Travelers Shown In Pictures. One of the most interesting methods An ordinary case of dianhoea CaUi as for ndvancing the cause of good roads throughout the south Is being under a rule, be cured !v a single dose of Chani-- h taken by the Southern Hallway comtwin's Colic, Cholera and lJiarrhoea pany, working In conjunction With the Remedy. This remedy hn8 no superior Lulled Stall's office of public roads. for bowel complaints. Pot sale by all The company has started u special leulers. "road improvement train." provided with lantern slides and stereoptlcon 4 and screen This train is touring the PROGRESS kND PROSPERITY south, stopping ut all the large cities Bud nios: oi the small ones. "The good roads movement is The stereoplicou equipment Is for not confined to any one state," the purpose of sbowinK all the nd says Clarence H. Bisseil, president of the New Jersey Automobile and Motor club, "and it is to the credit of the people that they are awaking to the absolute necessity of good roads in order to assure progress and prosperity." form methods iii the handling of the of maintenance and imprn enient roads and give the whole south an opportunity to realize the lull economic value of a complete system of improved highways. The First Course of His Meat Got Him Into Serious Trouble. In my travels I visited the jail at Thayet-Myo- , in Burma. On the morning of my visit there had undoubtedly been an unusual occurrence. A python twenty-twfeet long and twenty-eigh- t inches in girth had entered the vegetable garden and crossed It to the fowl pen. Besides the fowls, there were some five ducks In the pea. Now, the front of the pen was fenced with diamond mesh galvanized wire netting of a strong type. The snake could not resist a fat duck, so, putting its head and neck o FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier :: C. W. BOHLER MARION WEATIIERHM J J. W. PATE through the stout diamond frame, it 0 marching through the cabbage patch without any visible means of support, gave the alarm and then opened fire. The prison guard rushed out and BRANDS NICKELS BOGUS. also opened fire, and very shortly our hero lav dead in his frame, lie was Joker Causes Wide Alarm by Story skinned nnd his sklu cured and dress1910. That None Was Coined In ed in the jail, where they are noted S. i:;e joker ill the middle west has for this kind of work. Forest and banks, the Stream. caused the Washington treasury, the secret service and a lot of oilier pers .ns a heap of trouble. A story eras' spread that the govern ment coined no nickels lu 1'JlO und that every five cent piece In circulation hearing that date must be n counliuy it now. seized and swallowed one. I hnve no doubt whatever that it would have "mopped, up the bunch" inside the house, but that in adjusting No. 1 to make room for No. 2 It became aware of an ueasy feeling owing to the wire around its waist. Neither have I any doubt that in addition to becoming uneasy it became seriously alarmed. Being now unable either to disgorge or to get away, it tore off the whole section of netting, 0 feet by 8, and returned with the necklace or waistNot unband through the cabbages. naturally, I think, the sentry, seeing a ti by 8 foot wire section of fencing Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, "'f Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Now is the time to buy a Estimates on Application Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 terfeit. l'he facts are the mints clicked off flfl iflftlsTVI nickels during lull), and about 9140OJJ00 worth of tbose coins are In cin ulai ion. For several days the mint bureau service wen; besieged jnil the Keei-ewith culls for help from bunks of the middle west. HE bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera mil Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer tain to he needed before the summer is over. This teniedy has no superior. For ..in- by all dealers. Abous the Vulgar Gaza. 1670 U was uciinst the law for iiny subject to uu.1 K:iTfd Cntu DESERVED DEATH. Who HI upor of hok at lb political n fifteen und attendant only his bark. When b first left the alia a the shutters of all the Mouses had lo lie drawn, iiml no one was permuted In the streets. Even today. Will You Join Us? Thi a cordial Invitation to YOU to become u depoti So Chicago JuHnt Tells Prisoner Intimidated a Wonan. pal court announced from the bench that he would have killed a man who uppeared before him as defendant. J. it. Jobusou was In court on complaint of Mrs. Lena Oraf. "I met him, and be told me that he would kill me If 1 did not elope with him," she said. "lie drew a revolver and told me he would give me half an hour to go borne and pack my clothes." Turning to Johnson. Judge Scully Huid. "If this plaintiff had heeu my ulster I would neve kill f you." i Judge Scullv of the CkleajN munlcl Brtrtag through tan atraatf like one of his subjects. It Is not eoiisMi-reyulto proper lo east u gluuee at hlm. Expsrianee. Is the host teacher," quoted the wise puy. "Yes, but her eliarues ure mighty high." added the simple mug Philadelphia Record. vhen tho emperor lias the privilege of henktbjtt is under the management of a banking force of the bighn4 Intagrit and ficieacy. tor of this institution Mail deposit-, me solicited. on time We carry ti c a:id burglary law rami and pay intafeet deposits. "Exp'Th'ue THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburg, Ky. a J. D. SHAW, Cashier. Naturally. "I heard he wus lu had odor with her fumlly U that true?" "Draw your owu conclualon. It was a centleue ma n iage " Baltimore Be Sure to Read Our New Story RKFdltT Oli" THE CONDITION OPTHK 1 m mrt rm m-- E. H. Slielmai) & Go., Bankers, doing business in the town of Irvlngton, county of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the cjose of business on the 18th day of July, I9II. RESOURCES Loans and DIscounts....$J4,2U0, U. S. and other Donds, 10, i 11 fft 1 Ly ! 1 81 A ROOMFUL OF GOOD FURNITURE 11111 1 I 1 Stocks and Securities .... Due from Banks Actual Cash on hand Checks, cash Items and exchange for clearing .... 0 Overdrafts Secured,fS6. 3 4 5 7 2 ai;5;! J: 313-31- 5 IJSlf HAH-- ONLY cnh huvs this set of $2 stlc 10,151 4,307, Unsecured, $36.44 Current expenses 122. and 10 , taxes paid Ileal Estate, $1,026.22; Furniture and Fixtures, fOJ5.m;total 0 Other Assetts not included under any of the above heads 8 fine solid onk mission library or living room furniture; nnd you enn pay balance ns it suits your convenience. Tlie wliole set. large rocker, arm chair, reception chair nnd handsome library table. Kvery piece is full size and exactly ns 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 $7.50; the arm chair $7.00; the table $6.50, and the small chair J4.oo-fj5.- 00in nil. Just think of the value when you can get nil four pieces for $13.75; only $2 cash and you can pay balance nt your convenience. l.iiSl, ia M Total 10 S0,672 (I3 I 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In, in $15,000.00 Un- - URNITURB CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only 4-Passe- nger . . . (pOiiJO COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., AO Cash 11 Surplus, $10,000 000; We own nnd operate the largest store in Louisville, anil control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. tft'jfe uiviaeu total Dro its, moi.sv; . l3.984.37 De-ppsi- ts YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us; no matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms oi cash or credit that we give to our thousandsof regular customers right here at Lome. To show you how fair we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, W. MARKET ST, Louisville, Ky. I clip till Coupon from the est is patd. deposits I3 $9,100.20; interest is not paid, f47,177.33; total on which '50,283-5- BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPOKT. niul would ulars n to NEWS, KY. partic- Cashier's checks, outstanding, 81,209.40; Certified checks, .00. total 14 Due to Banks 15 Notes and Bills .00;BUls payable, .00, total 16 Other liabilities not In- eluded under any of the above heads redis-counte- 1,269 40 .00 00 and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut out nnd fill in the COUt'ON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DA- to your home station; thus putting yon on exactly the same footing with cusand tell us just tomers who come right into our stores. WRITE US Refrigwhat you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or erators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, TO-DAGo-cart- s, WE PAY THE FREIGHT lite to have full Name LOUISVILLE, KY. ItEI'OItT OK THE CONDITION OK THE UEI'OIIT OK THE CONDITION OK THE P. 0. I'reight Office Eg 135.27 SS6.672 63 Total STATE OP KENTUCKY J ot-County of Breckinridge I, M. H. Cornwall, Cashier of the above named Banl-- do solemnly swear that the .above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. M. H. Cornwall, Cashier.. Subscribed and sworn to before me by M. H. Cornwall this 24th day of July, I9IK Matt P.Payne, Deputy County Court u , heads 206 86 KEPOBT OK THE CONDITION OV THE Plain Picture Frames Now. Are Favorites Total 10 11 $75,477 HI Breckinridge Bank Doing business at Cloverport, county of Breckinridge,State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 18th day of July, 1911. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts... $134, 405.44 2 U. S. and other Bonds,' Stocks and Securities... 57,490.14 3 Due from Banks ... 3C717.27 11,6US.S0 4 Actual Cash on hand.. 5 Checks, cash items and exchange for clearing 21.28 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in cash in, $15,O00.CO Surplus, $870.77; Undivided profits, $245.61; tutal Deposits on which interest is paid, ?32,2H9.0S; Deposits on which interest is 1,122.38 12 Clerk. ( Correct attest (E. R. S. Bandy L. E. Henderson H. Shelman not paid, Deposits 13 $27,125.55; total 50,355.53 Directors. REl'OIlT OF THE CONDITION OF THE State Bank, Doing business at the town of Irving- ton, county of Breckenridge, State of r Kentucky; at the close of business on the 18th day of July, 1011. Cashier's checks, outstanding, .00; Certified checks, .00; total . 14 Due to Banks 15 Notes and Bills payable, .00; total 16 Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads i Total I J .00 .00 6 Overdrafts Secured, .00; Unsecured, $558.34. 558.34 92.71 .00 Current expenses and ta.xespaid 8 Real Estate, $3,724 71; Furniture and Fixtures, 7 $2,319.20; .00 f75.477.01 0 Other Assets not includ ed under any of the above heads 145.58 total..... 6,043.91 RESOURCES ?56,59?.63 1 Loans and Discounts 2 U. 6. and other Bonds, .00 Stocks and Securities 7,791. 67 '8 Due frorn other Banks.. 4 Actual Cash on hand., 4,006.59 5 Checks, cash items and 49.99 exchange for clearing 6 ,7 Overdrafts Secured, $843 10; Unsecured.$351 35 Current expenses .and taxes paid '8 Real Estate, $4,000.00; Furniture and Fixtures, $1,069.81; total ,9 Other Assets not includ- ed under any of the above STATE OF KENTUCKY oou County of Breckenridge I, J. C. Payne, Casrlier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me 1,091.4s by J. C. Payne this 25th day of July, 1011. Louis Jolly, Notary Public. .00 My Commission expires February 16, 1014. 5,669.81 f Jno. R. Wimp Correct attests M. P Payne $217,462.17 Total LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid In 45,100.00 cash 11 Surplus, $7,300.00; Undivided profits, $1,645.00; 8,045.00 ; total 12 Deposits on which in- terest is paid, total deposits $123,677.74 Deposits on which interest is not paid,$00,738.53; 103,410.27 lW. J Piggntt Directors, Cashier's checks, outstanding .00; Certified . checks, .00; total 14 Due to Banks 15 Notes and Bills .00; Bills payable. .00; total 16 Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads 13 redis-counte- .00 .00 .00 .00 f247.463.l7 i A Welcome Change Smoke curling up from the farmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable home. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing fire. Your wife can escape this with a Mew .' Perfection Oil Cook-slove- STATE OF KENTUCKY I g County of Breckinridge f I, A. B. Skillinan, Cashier of the above named Bank,do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. B. Skillman, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn before me by A. B. Skillman, Cashier, this 25th day of July, lgll. Marion Weatherholt, Notary Public. My Commission expires Jan. 10, IOI4 fO. T. Skillman Correct Attests S. P. Conrad (John C Jarboe Directors. A Kitchen Convenience. Thcro la u new device for tho kltch on which Is most convenient. It is a ncnt nickel plated holder to attach to tho faucet, and as tho hot water passes through It you have n most perfect suds always ut hand. It can bo so arranged nu to turn on and off so that you cun get tho clear water for rlns-iiibut thcro is no trouhlo ubout lmv ing to "muko" suds. Moreover, It saves soap, for every particlo la utilized, and oven tho smallest rims cun bo placed In tho "maker" nnd answers tho purpose as well as does a wholo bur otherwise used. The picture f mines used by the mo?t artistic people nowadays are In plain Doing business at the town of Glen effects. Burnished pold and mahogDoing business in Wall Street, town of Dean.county of Breckinridge.State any are the newest colors for frames. Brecken-ridgCounty of Cloverport, of Kentucky' at the close of Tho former Is n dull gold so dull, in State of Kentucky, at the fact, that it blends beautifully with business on the ISth day of close of business on the 18th mahogany. The effect of such a comJuly, I9II. day of July, 1911. bination Is entirely unlike tho old style of framing with wood and a RESOURCES strip of gilt next tho glass. The blendRESOURCES. 1 Loans and discounts... .$27,060 .'19 ing of mahogany and the burnished 2 U. S. and other Bonds, 1 Loans and Discounts.. $ 37,350 42 gold Into frames bring out the tones Stocks and Securities 2 U. S. and other Bonds, beautifully in sepia pictures. 3 Due from Banks 2,005.63 An authority on picture framing Is 0 00 Stocks and Securities.... 1,065 4O responsible for tho information that 4 Actual Cash on hand .. 3 Due from Banks 1,001 10 tho gold alone, the wood alone and the 5 Checks, cash items and 4 Actual Cash on hand. 1,385 63 two In combination may be used to exchange for cleat ing 5 Checks, cash items and successfully frame nil kinds of pic0 Overdrafts Secured, 0 00 exchange for clearing tures that are generally to be found .00; Unsecured, $1,122 22. 1,122.22 on 0 Overdrafts Secured, the walls of living rooms, libraries 7 Current expenses 31(1 13 and $292.05; Unsecured, $23 58 and bedrooms. 806.01 taxes paid 7 Current expenses and The newest frames are narrow. From 8 Real Estate, $3,0S8.7l; one to two Indies is tho correct width 1,252 05 taxes paid for medium sized pictures, while for Furniture and Fixtures, 8 Real Estate, $0.00; $1,300.00; total 4.3SS 71 smaller subjects, such ns photographs, Furniture and Fixtures, only a half Inch frame Is required. y Other Assets not includ1,100 00 $1,100.00; Total.. Tho latter Is usually of dark wood poled under any of the above 0 Other Assets not includished to show the grain. IO9.OO heads ed under any of the above Both oval and squnro frames aro 411 70 heads Total $37i75".42 correct. The latter are moro expensive, because more ditllcult to innke and $ 45,877 0!) Total LIABILITIES polish. Wooden frames are lint and plain LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid in except in a few cases when a llttlo $15,000.00 cash 10 Capital Stock paid in, carving Is used as a motlff placed in $ 15,000 00 11 Surplus, $850.00; Unin cash the center of tho top of tho square divided profits, $11S 01; 11 Surplus, $2,609 15; Unframe. Tho plain frames are, how008.01 ever, considered better taste. total OOld divided profits, $1,461 40; 12 Deposits on which in4,070 55 frames are very dainty In design, TctaK terest is paid, $7,715.94; small delicate tracings being preferred 12 Deposits on which into bold patterns. Tho copperlsh lookDeposits on which Interest terest is paid, $9,017 05; ing gold combined with reddish oris not paid, $12,073.17; Deposits on which interest ange tints in the polished wood makes 19,789.41 total deposits is not paid, 813,938 89. tin nrtbillc frame when used In tho 23,856 54 13 Cashier's checks, outTotal Deposiu right proportions that Is, widths. And standing, .00; Certified 13 Cashier's cheeks, outa better effect is gained by using a checks, .00; total standing, $0 00; Certified wider width of gold than of the wood. 0 00 14 Due to Banks But, of course, much of the success checks, SO 00; Total.... of framing depends upon the subject 0 00 15 Notes and Bills 14 Due to Banks framed, the wall upon which It Is to .00; Bills pay15 Notes and Bills 2,000.00 hang and tho furnishings of tho room, able, $2,000.00; total Bills payable, but one cannot go far wrong with tho 2,950 CO 16 Other liabilities not inTotal new frames. cluded under any of the 16 Other liabilities not in- above heads eluded under any of the 0 00 above heads Total $37,707 42 ? 15,87 O9 STATE OF KENTUCKY ) Total County of Breckinridge f &ct' We have many subscribers who can STATE OF KENTUCKY oct I, Louise Moorman, Cashier of the County of Breckenridge afford to take the News one year, who above named Bank, do solemnly swear are subscribing for it every three I, Paul Lewis, Cashier of the above do solemnly swear that that the above statement is true to the months. We wish all who can convennamed Bank, best of my knowledge and belief. iently give us yearly subscription, would the above statement is true to the best Subscribed and sworn to before by do so, as it is quite a little work to of my knowledge and belief. Louise Moorman this 27th day of July, change the dates so often and frequentPaul Lewis, Cashier. W. C. Mcorman, Notary Public. ly you miss copies of the paper. ThankSubscribed and sworn to before me by I9II. My Commission expires February 23, ot ing you for favoring us in this way, I Paul Lewis, Cashier, this 26th day 1011. am, Respectfully, John D. Babbage. July, I9II. f D C. Moorman My commission expires Jan. 10th, Correct Attest F. F. Dean e, redis-counted- BANK OF CLOVERPORT Bank of Glen Dean , redis-count- ed, . 1 19M. Mnrion Weatherholt, Notary Public, B. C f John A. Barry, Correct Attest 4 A. A. Simons, ( R. L. Oelze. Director?. I A. E.Smith Directors. Notice Thut resolutions of 1110 published n,t 5 cents per lin Ploiu-- do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. ra-pr- ct Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or bums without a scar. Cures piles, ec zeuin, ealt rheum, sny itching. Djan's Ointment Your drugg'st sells it. Perfection keeps a kitchen many degrees cooler than any otha range, yet it does nil a coal or wood range can do. It saves time, labor and, fuel. No wood to cut ; no coal to carry ; no ashes ; no soot. Wkhthc New' Perfection oven it ii the best cooking device you can fiad aaywhere. A New V, " " 4 datevo'" Mda with 1 , 2 wd 3 burnen. wiA tat, tarquow blu nrolJ cbmpejrt. iUod. onefer fioUtud throuihout. Tha 2- - and bunxr tioYct un U hd with or without uUsct loo. which u tttcd with drop ihthrw, lewd rub, etc Detlen evtrywhertt or writ for bWip Ur dicuUr la tha burnt tocjr ol tha .. T n 4, Standard Oil Company (IacorpraUd) Head' 1'eel languid, weak, ache? Stomiich"off"? Just a plain case uflazyliver. Ilurdock Blood Hitters toues liver nnd stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. run-down? f ! WHY? It Is nothing short of remark able how a long suffering and tax paying people put up with the incompetency and negligence of their publlo servants. The little brood of politicians who pro- tend to manage such grave Inter- etts as road Improvement should ba uttarlv discarded, and men of engineering skill, sound wisdom , tana approved morn .1 inouiuj do speedily substituted. t Subscribe Now Why They Are Cleaner. "Women's minds are much cleaner paid a woman to her husX than men's," v band. ought to be," replied her hus"They NOTICE band. "They chungo them so much Ladles Homo Journal. ofteuer." Breckinridge Circuit Court. 4 R, L. Newsom, Uxecutnx f Plaintiif Spiteful. against "I wonder why Mabel looks In tho Breckinridge, JJank, etc. (.Dcf'ts. 4 All persons having claims against Y glass so often." "Mnyuo sho has A grudqo against the estate of II. L. Newsomrdeceased, will apDear and prove thelr clalrns beherself." Clevolnnd Plain Dealer. fore uie.Uie undersigned Commissioner and receiver on or before tlie llrsfday Manners must adorn knowledgo und or September, I9U. This the tenth world. smooth Its way through tho Lee Walls, Cam- day of July, 1011 Chesterfield. iEilnner nnd Keeetver. J THE BRECKENRiDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1911 Subscription l'rico $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, and $ cents for ench nd- ditional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per line, money n advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct plcaeo The New and Classy . Tuesday Q August O AMERICAN FLOATING THEATRE CLOVERPORT Presenting an Interesting, Instructive, Electrical and Mechanical duction entitled Prc- -. MING! "THE otify us. BEJV JOHXSOX IS TRUE BLUE. 'The Republicans arc disorganized and have no hope of a victory except by making inroads into Democratic ranks," says ucn ,101111 son. "Thov can make no headway with mo and my friends by tell incr mf Mint. Afpfirpnrv wants to defeat mc for Concrcss. In the first place ho could not do so if ho wanted to, but ho docs not want to; and, if ho wanted to and could do so, ho could not drive mo out of tho party by doing so. I have always had my choice in Democratic primaries), and many, many of these choices have been defeated therein, but I have always made tho party choice my choice tlierc-iifteSo let that end the mention of tho matter insofar as myself and my friends aro concerned. No man will endeavor to do more at tho next election toward tjic election of Senator MoCreary, Ollic James and tho rest of the ticket than will I. My friends will bo with mo, and they aro staunch, true, loyal Democrats." r. Monday, H j 3 A man at the press" Host of High-cla- ss Vaudeville Acts. Distinctly Different from all others STEPHEN SPORT " Positively the Best Show on the River N BE Aave EY Mr. Sp.vnrn 5m not sneeiallv seeking tho nomination. Ho says if ..... 1 t I l")Miinp.Hits in convention think ho can carry tho Democratic ban thn ner to victory ho is willing to do his best to .help them, or if they think any other Democrat will make a better race no win iramn support that man. And oipht more davs f n- for the barbecue not much time left to Clovcryort's red letter day so we had better bo get-tiget read for FOli THE LEGISLATURE. a hustle on us. On tho first pace wo aro giving you a cordial The time has about arrived for the Democrats of this county to invitation which we hope you will accept. Cornel Wc mean it. a man to make the race for the Legislature. We want a strong man, and a man upon whom the party can unite. The News has Wc w nit to see tho dirt Hying on the Irvington to Custer road been looking over tho Held and it is our opinion that the. candidate ik u'ill us nil the Lincoln Wav. It can be done, and must bo done. for this place should come from Clovcrport this year. Not that we Get your picks, your shovels and your h cs ready with a bountiful have any selfish ends to conserve, or that Clovcrport has any ax to supply of enthusiasm with "On to Cutter" as the slogan. grind in otl'cring a man for the place, but that a man may be put forward by the party whom tho people all know, and a man who if Tho. I'ditoi wants to thank all for their congratulations on his elected, will servo the intesot of the whole people. The News has hirttwlnv. II" bus been misrhtv happy during tho last ten days con- (3 " in mind Mr. D. II. Severs. Ho will accept the nomination if given so many good, thoughtful and appre throughout the county, can be irratuhiting himself on having him, and being a man well known ciative friends. elected. 1 V On to custer with a good road should be the battle cry at Irv This week wc have some very valuable as well as interesting reading material. The bank statements are of utmost importance to ington now. It will be worth barrels of gold dollars to that town. nil interested in financial affairs and in the business standing of our own banking institutions. Mr. Sanders has a live letter about the' Njrthern cities. We have news items from the County Seat, Irvine-ton- , LITTXK STOIUKS WH1TTKN Mattingly, Pisgah, Fryniire, Lodiburg, Union Star, Raymond, besides a bunch of state and town news. Our advertisements arc tilled with announcements no one can all'ord to miss. Don't skim over 1JY LOUISE The Brcckcnridgo News, read it carefully. Wo have taken pains to niiike it entertaining and profitable. While The Press Thunders The price of Plenty is small; it only means beginning to BANK and SAVE money when' young. Every man owes a DUTY to his Wife and children and the one time to provide for their future is when he is young, well and prospering. Just say a man is an actor or belongs to a circus or is advance agent for a show boat, and a girl just naturally stops to look at him once. Wednesday the advertising manager for a certain boat show drifted into the Mews office. is fendinsi out cards to all the accomplished young women inviting H e beyan at once to deal out a bunch them to donate specimens of their handiwork for tho hall. We "Men lauL'h at you if you tell Of dope. wish that every citizen in tho county will take an active step them ycu are with a boat show. I am this one only for tne present. t make the Fair a greater success this year than ever. Tho young withwent on to say that he had made as He blood has hold of it and should be given tho support of the fathers of much as 100. 00 per week with hlgl.er f the county. class shows, but last year he lost all his savings of $1,000.00 on a pony and Tho only thing and best thing tho Democrats can do is to declare doL'show "I started out when l" was for a count unit bill. The people wa nt it and they should have it nine years old and have been following at. least they seem to want it. It is a Republican plank, but tho shows ever since." His parents live his mother Democrats have as much right to it as they have, seeing that nil their in Iowa. He has not seen traveled all for three vears and yet has other planks aro as near Democratic as they can be. Besides the over the United States so many men adoption of such a plank, as W. 1 "W alton suggests, would take all are thoughtlessly doing the same thing We handed him Rupert Hughes tho wind out of the Itepublivun-sais and relegate to tho rear the beautiful story. "The Old Nest,'1 in question that Judge O'licar prefers of all others to be an issue. The Saturday Evening Post of June 3 had The people of Irvington aro certainly to bo congratulated on the It tells about a young man who see let his years slip by without going to success of the meeting just closed there la?t Sunday night. It was a precious mother and when he went.she Just twenty days until our County Fair opens at Hardinsburg. P esident A. T. Heard and Secretary John M. Skillman arc the busiest men in the county getting ready for three big days. Floral Hill will be a place of unusual interest this year. Mrs. L. E. Reeves sin-cerely was dying from longing to see him. The sight made his heart ache for ever afterwards. Thn show man threw the magazine down on the desk and said "That's ti darn good story. I write to my mother three times a week." 0 0 0 Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay TUC IIL DkVV UHI1IV 3 interest on Time Deposits. 9. (Xl nC Ul UlDniLCDIIDfi IJHIIUinOUUIlU TDIICT IIIUOI Pfl bU., Hardinsburg, Ky. A young chap who has lots of sense, is he who has enough to realize that his mother and father have a little more sense than he has. 0 0 0 house-keepe.r, "When you come to Irvington next Thursday don't fail to see McGlothlan & Son's demonstration of the FARMERS! 11 One of the girls down in St. Rose Court, who is a splendid said last Thursday that when she goes in the kitchen to prepare a meal, she always ties up her head in a thin, soft rag. Old veils are nice and cool for this purpose and are easily washed. 0 0 0 Fearless Manure Spreader The Great feature that rr.akes the ''Fearless" such time and .labor saver and so efficient is the CIRCULAll BEATER. No other spreader possesses this feature and consequently, no other spreader can do tho work so quickly or as well as tho "Fearless" l Lavender ties are quite correct for men' who are clever dressers. THE PRESS HAS STOPPED" day celebration. They report a large crowd and an enjoyable time. I do not know for certain Mr. Bates age, somewhere on the shady side of 50. Mrs. V. Hinton, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Pate, has returned, to her home at Louisville. She was accompanied by her IVIcGlothan & Son Irvington, Ky. mighty uplift to that community. It cemented the bonds of church fellowship and put to work tho young bu&inos men for higher and better things. They gave up their time and money and a now light was shown them. It is good to see a community dwell together in peaco and harmony and at work for a higher and more exalted plane Mrs. Mildred Pate Celebrates of citizenship. Keep the good work going. Birthday. h Her Turn back to the first page of this paper and look at tho yellow Mr. Bates Also Has A Party. label. Docs your subscription expire this month? If so, renew promptly before your name is set oil' the list and save ua the inconMrs. Mildred Pate, mother of Mr venience of resetting it. If your name is not on tho label, subscribe, VNN. Pate, of Mattingly, celebrated and have a paper all your own. Got any friends who would like to her birthday, July 3lst., a. Mrs. the home of her be remembered with a subscription ? Ninty-Fourtninty-fourt- h grand-daught- er, mother. Mrs. Cornelia Shafer, nee Miller, of Hardins neighborhood, and Mr. Gabe Brickey, of Clover Creek, were married July the23th,at the home of the bride's Rev. mother, Mm. Mary Miller. Bowlds, of Cloverport, officiated. Immediately after the ceremony they left for the home of the groom, near Clover Creek church. Bread baking success is gunrauteed If you use Lewigpoit BEST Flour. 1 Been Putting it Off? "Tomorrow" is nhvnys vague. There is no time like NOW, especially so if you are ever goinjr to save. Onen uo tho account. Start it with a couplo of dollars and you will become 0 steady depositor. Drop by drop the olTensive discharge with hfe force of men has put the Iron Ore hill and severaal more in fine con- caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the Charlie Gross and A. II. Payno, of liewloyville, aro very enback of the nose into the throat, setting thusiastic over tho Good Roads proposition from Irvington to Custer. dition. They were almost impassable up an infiauiation that is likely to mean Thoy think it can bo built by tho people and ut very little cost in last winter. Chronic Bronchitis. The mcst satisfacMiss Carrie Bowman, daughter of Mr. money. Their plan is to u-ustho rock ulong tho road at different and Mrs. Sam Bowman, has typhoid tory remedy for Catarrh Is Ely's Cream Balm, and the relief that follows even points, and then have it hauled by tho farmers along tho route. Both fever. the first application cannot be told In these men say thoy aro willing to furnish teams. James Taul, of Oakland, Ca1.,Is visit- words. Don't sutler a day longer from ing his father, W. B. Taul. the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh. Cream .Thos. MfrHnvoi'k. of Wnhsror. kiivk bo hiii! rlirnn nf Mm flnncfr Thomas Bates, of Pisgah, was agree- Balm Is sold by all druggists for SOcents, colts irnthe ounty two niulo colts and a horse colt by llourko ably surprised last Wednesday, the 26, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren when his friends and relatives began to Street, New York. at his home with well filled buy him. People in tho county would like to see these colts at tho arrive of everything good to eat, it baskets Do vuuuiy x'mji. being the occasion of a surprise birth The Kanawha, with tho Congressional Rivers and Harbors Committee on board, passed up Ovvcnsboro and Henderson on their trip down tho rivor. At tho latter placo thoy missed twelve barbecued Tar Fork, attended the birthday dinner sheep and several mint juleps. After all, perhaps it was a good thing at Mr. Thomas Bates last Wednesday. for had thoy gotten oil there, under such tempting circumstances, The road working has been all the go thoy might not have been able to get any farther. for the past two weeks. B. F. Frame, Despite her age she is Alf Hawkins. well, has her eye sight and hearing ami , has a splendid memory. lames Brickey and two daughters, of Liberal Interest Paid. Bank of Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport, If s Fine We Neat Job Work Are You Reading Our New Story? RnoDert. brother ot Frank Ruppert, of G(en Dean, is very low with typhoid fever nt l'nynesvillfe'. Ely's Cream Balm Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps gave a It oukkljr itbtorbtd. boat party Friday cveninj in honor of ftfvet Relief nt Once. Miss Jane Crenshaw, of Versailles. AffWtR It clcnnie, soothes, Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Hardin heU and protects tlw diseased mem Grove, Ind., to see her little grandbrano from daughter, Eunice Wheelo'r Duncan. Catarrh and drives awav A nniii in li Mises Rebecca and Martha Willis . J cave a beautiful dinner yesterday conv stores the Senses of IsHT I Miss Jennie Mabel Harris. Tate anil Smell. Full size 150 eta., atDntg-gist- s plimentnry to Mrs. Fred Ferry. Mrs. Francis Smith or by mall. In liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, CO Wnrroa Street, New York. and Miss Emily Reid were guests of Mrs. Homer Dasvley in Louisville Inst week. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Ford, of Colorado MIis Einiitn Springs, is the guest of Col. Ernest Robeitson and Mm. Robertson, 6f Glen Dean. GENERAL OFFICES new york and chicago Mrs. lacob Morrison, of Irvlngton, Branches in all the principal cities and son, Edward, of Owensboro, are in Louisville to attend the GregoryHart wedding Thursday evening. 15he Breckenridge News. Mrs. S. D. Loyd left yesterday for her home nt Columbus. Ohio. She was WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1911 accompanied by her aister, Mrs. J, H. Wills and Miss Gensie Wills. Mrs. Alice Johnson and daughter, Bessie, Mrs. Nannie Frank and neice, Miss Myrtle Tate, were the guests of LOCAL BREVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson Tuesdny. Mrs. J. C. Leitch and son, Johu Charles, returned to Pittsburgh Friday after n short visit to her mother and Lafe BeHen Is improving slowly. brother, Dr. Chas. Lighifoof. Mrs. Mary Dellaven is critically ill. Mrs, Will Woods and Mrs. Fred Ball Editor Brock, of Hardiusburg, was and little daughter, of Louisville, who hee last week. have been visiting Mrs Walter Graham Miss Margaret Skillman has returned nre now the gu'ests of J. D. Gibson, of home from Louisville. Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mattlngiy, of Miss Susette Sawyer is visiting relatives near Hawesville. Oklahoma City, and Miss Margaret y Misses Mary Joe and Aguita Matting-l- Benton, of Centertown, Ky., are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl visiting in Hardiusburg. nre of Louisville, spent Benton. Edwin Riggs, Mrs. Charles Moorman, of Versailles, Sunday tne guesi or. rruns iiuu.umu. Warfield and Mrs. Frank leaves this month to visit her sisters, Miss Jennie Eraize left yesterday for Atlantic City. in Chicago, Toledo and Benton liar bor, Michigan. Mr. Moorman is takMiss Jaunita Carr, of Ellzabethtown, a business trip east. arrived Friday to Visit Mrs. J, Proctor ing Mrs. Wm.. Hawkins, of Owensboro; Keith. Miss Lillian Miller, of Hardinsburg, Wm. Ball & Sons, of McQuady, made Miss Eula Chattel, of Rosetta, are and sold this season 2030 tobacco hogs- and visitors at the home of Judge Waggonheads. er and Mrb. Waggoner this week. Mrs. Nannie Frank, of Glen Dean, Mr. and Sirs. Clyde Morrison and visited her sister, Mrs. Alice Johnson, children, Mildred and Wallace, and week. last Harold Gregory left yesterday for LouMrs. Herbert Bell, of Garfield, went isville to attend the wedding of Miss to Allen, Texas Monday to 'join her Inez Gregory and Mr. James Hart tohusband. morrow. Hon. Tice Jolly says the Democratic .ticket is a sure winner, so say all Mildred Five Years Old. Democrats. Miss Edith Wheeler, of Hardin Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison enterInd., was t"he guest of Mrs. J. H. Rowtained Friday afternoon in honor of their land Friday. daughter, Mildred Naomi, filth anniverMiss Myrtle Tate, of Kirk, visited sary of her birthday. The guests were: her cousin, Bessie Johnson, several Anna May Tatum, Irene Penner, Loudays last week. ise Reed, Kathaleon Squires, Gladys Harry Dorst, the fine young son of Bohler, Anna Clyde Hedden, Carrie Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorst, has returned Mae Jackson, Elizabeth Furrow, Helen from Big Clifty. Francis Berry, Ethel May Connor, LeoMr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer have nora D.Morrisoty Mary Lee Reed, Samreturned home from a delightful stay uel Edward Conrad, Robert O. Oelze, Raymond Morrison, Wickllffe MorriIn North Carolina.. McQuady, re- son, Paul Edward Berry, Robert ConMrs. J, D. Baum, of Lee turned Saturday from a visit to rela- nor, Maurice O'Connell, Bernard Marlow and Wallace Morrison. tives in Ohio county. StiOSt A Chain and Locket with init RAYMOND ials M. N. M. Return to Clyde Mor A Remedy Reliable ITARRH fohn N- -o. 1 LVl.ll Dr. Hardcsty, Paynevllle, was called to see B, J . Coomes Sunday. Alex Darger was through here last week threshing. Henry Cashman lias a very black eye from elTects of a school boy throwing a rock at him. W. L. Black and lamlly visited near Union Star Sunday. Miss Eula Adkisson, Khodclm, is spend ng several days with her cousin, Mrs. C. L. Avitt. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne and children, Lodiburg, and Mr. Byron Johnson, Garfield, spent Sunday at F.M. Johnson's near here. Mrs. Wm. Chappcll and son, Lau- j Wants. A man o I ONLY 8 DAYS MORE ...before the..L 1 rence, visited at Carlt Chappell's near Brandenburg from Friday until Sunday and attended the picnic on Saturday. L. T Pollock was in Irvlngton Monday. The men gathered in Saturday morning and cleaned off the cemetery at this place. Wlnfield Hendry, of Irvlngton, spent last week with his mother. We are glad to sei Winfield able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardesty and Miss Lillian Elder attended church at Payneville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Philpot, Stony Point, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Sunday. The telephone meeting that was to have been here last Friday afternoon was a failure on account of not being enough in attendance.' Bread baking success is guaran- or woman In cacVi locality. To Join tho Supremo Council of this oclty nnrt lntroilu-our llencftt Certificates ninontr friends nml acquaintances, Must be between in and CO years of one. dive nil or only spuro time. Wo pay cash bone-(It- s for sickness, Injuries, accidents nnl deaths, Kxperlcnco not necessary. Can make from K0.00 to HIi.OO ft month and up, A plensant ami highly profitable profession. Uvory member uocurcd means n ccrtnln nssured Income for you every month thereafter. Why not not Into business for yourrelf NOAV7 No capital needed. Send for particulars. WANTED Barbecue ARE YOU NEEDING ANYTHING FOR THE BIG Masons' BOX LA-29- 3, COVINGTON, KY. DAY? Sliropsliiredown Sheep for Sale herd buck; registered nnd jrnde lamii highSTITII, yetrilrm Huston, A. bucks; jiradcewes-- W. Ky. Mint RF.GISTEItKD Lost o. Parasols, Fans, Gloves, Belts, Gold Cuff Button. Hit, Monday Handkerchiefs, A Neckwear, a Hold cull' button Just below null Creek bridge next to river. & will be paid for return of button in pood condition to the llreckenrldtfp News or to JucIrh .1, L. Dorsey, Henderson, Ky. Purses, Hosiery, Oxfords splendid line of For Sale 500 ncres lino fertile land COU SA 1 located In Mr Spring Valley; a part of the Hen O Clarkwm farm, owned bv Mrs. Jl. It. Kemper and Mrs. A. M. Hardawuy, of Mlnot, .S. I). Will sell as a wholu or In two parts. Terms reasonable; for further Information call on or address. IIKN C. CLAItK-f-OIlljr Spring, Ky. I.E-Al- xnu Local Views and Fancy Post Cards For Sale COU SALK-- A 15 horse power stationery Oas Engine; Watklns la good repair. Ilrccktnrldgo News, U.overrort, Ky. For Sale COK SALE Deeds, Mortgngcsand nil kinds of legal blanks. Hreckenritlgu News, J. urn C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ' teed if you Use Lewisport Flour. lie-i- t tSc5s3tsSS3CsSS3l LODIBJJRGCLIPS pOIt For Sale Scholarship People Coming And Going-Perso- nal SALE Scholarship In tho Howling Green University, good In any deuart mem ui uiiii university. jirccKenriugu .2ws, Cloverport, Ky. Building Material Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you Paragraphs Those You Know. About 1- - Miss Hazel Board, of Garfield, spent tie week end with Miss Luclle Parr. Misses Nina Hardin and Mamie Ad kisson attended church at Irvlngton Toilet Articles, Face Powder, r.son and receive reward. Misses Phillips, ot Tennessee, are Sam Brown, Lodiburg, was at Lt T. gues's at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. W, Poclloks Saturday taking pictures. Glen Dean. R. Moorman at last .week. A. M. Hardin was at Battletownlast week and spent Thursday night with Austin Claycomb, of Sirocco. W.B. Argabright attended Children's day ut Salem church Sunday. James Fitch, of Cloverport, spent the week end with his cousin, Wilbur Keys. Mrs. Will Robertson and daughter, of Union Star, were in Louisville last ween. Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and fam ily were visiting friends in Meade last Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hardin, Mr. and Mrs,. Eugene Fontaine, of Brandenburg, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. , Hardin Sunday. Misses Mary Noble and Annie Keys attended church at Irvlngton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson visited Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Bandy, of Krymire Sunday. D.E. Deacon went to Louisville Monday. He has a position there. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. i Talcum Powder, and Creams 1 AT COST GIBSON & SON 1 only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. m s I West Point m m i Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky Clean up that back yard now! Hon 3 Mrs. James Larkin is quite sick. The recent showers revived somewhat, but it will take a down pour to settle the dust. Dr. Wm. Howard, of Mattingly, was the guest of Mr. H. F. Newman one day last week. The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicelv. with W. B. Taul as superintendent and Miss Lillie Bates secretary. IOC HOE Father Brey, of Cloverport, was callMr. and Mrs. B. F. Frank, of Mattingly, were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. ed to see Mrs. Ryan, who is very ill at her honit- - near here. Wells Sunday. J. N. Brickev and daughters, Misses Garden stuff and fruit are almost a Jessie May nnd Bessie, attended the total failure here. birthday dinner at Mr. T. M. Bates and Messrs. W. O.Pate, Edward Goatley, Goatley were the week end guests of Mrs. Well?, Ira D Wathen and Raymond "Bread baking is guaranteed a success snent Sundav afternoon nt the Tar Springs if ynu use the Lewisport BUST Flour". 3 ,ni itc C cior) c 30C 0 10th Annual Masons' Barbecue 10th JJitOM o Main Line FAltE $2.00 0 Cloverport, Kentucky KAltK FltOM Louisville Medora... West Point Howard Bartles Hook Haven Long Branch Brandenburff Ekron Guston , Irvington Webster Lodiburg Mystic . . 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.16 1.00 .90 .80 .70 Sample Srephensport Addison Holt Skillman Hawesville Petrio .... .L... r . . . $0,45 40 .35 .30 35 .50 .50 .55 Thursday, Aug. IP, More Amusements . '11 In addition to reultir train service, a spoeial train will bo operatand Cloverport on the following schedule. ed from Ford-vill- o Branch Line "SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE" . All Adair Lewisport Waitman Maceo t BIGGER THAN EVER BEFORE Pates 00 .Owensboro 50 Evunsvillo on .05 .75 .00 1.05 1.25 2.00 $1.00 From all poin's (Fordsville the Fordsville Branch and Attractions Reduced Rates from all Points on Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis R'y. Lv. Fordsville " Ellmitch " Oaks " Askins " Van Zant " Bockvalo " Dempster " Glen Dean " McQuady .' . Branch Line Points - - - $1.00 A. 7:00 A. M. 7:03. . " " " 7:07 7:15 7:1S 7:22 7:27 7:33 7:47 7:55 8:00 8:11 " " " " " Lv. Ilarncd " Garfield " Basin Sprinc. Ar. Irvington Lv. Irvington " Webstei " Lodiburg Myst.c " Sample to Basin Springs Inclusive) Tickets to be Limited For Return on Date Only. Return Limit Kirk........ " Junction " Hardiusburg. " " " Stophenport " Addison... Holt Ar. Cloverport... ' . . . 8:23 8:32 .. 8:47 9:00 9:10 9:10 9.24 9:31 9:35 9:43 9:47 9:50 10:05 M " " " " " " " " of Sale Sec Schedule HOE Returning Leave C overport 5:00 P. M. Tickets rending to return destination between Cloverport and Irvington and on FortUvillo Branch will bo honored only on Special Train leaving Cloverport 5:00 P. M. SEE THE BIG BILL m llCIOI3lfc nor: HOE 0 IOC 5j( IOE 51lC30EZ5I The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN CopyrKM. 1910. Whispering Br Ann lUlhtrin Rohlli Pines In tho faint murmurs which now and then came down from nbove. where reigned and th'e unconsciousness Ptrlckcn brother watched over tho delirious sister with a concentration md abandonment to fear which made hlni oblivious of all other duties and almost as unconscious of tbc rttes ;t)?3 being held below over ono who aad bcctTps amotuer to him as tho ski; "girl EcrecTf, with her ceaseless TTcd importunate "Lila, Lila!" The. detective, watching this preoccupied stranger, shared in some measure his secret emotions and thus was prepared for tho unexpected occurrence of a few minutes later. The final words bad been said and tho friends present invited to look their last on the calm face which to many there had never worn so sweet a smile in life. Some bad hesitated, but most had obeyed tho summons, among them Sweetwater. But bo had not much time in which to fix those features In his mind, for tho little girls, who had been waiting patiently for this moment, now came forward, and he stepped aside to watch them as they filed by. dropping as they did so a tribute of fragrant flowers upon the quiet breast. They were followed by tho servants, among whom Zadok had divided his roses. As the last cluster fell from the coachman's trera bllng hand tho undertaker advanced with the lid and. pausing a moment to he sure that all were satisfied, began to screw It on. Suddenly there was a cry. and the crowd nbout the door leading into the main hall started back as wild steps were heard mi tho stairs and a young man rushed Into the room. "Take It off!" he cried, pointing at the lid which had Just been fastened down. "1 have not seen her! I must see her! Take It off!" It was the brother, awako at last to the significance of the hour! The clergyman, aghast at tho sacrilegious look and tone of the Intruder, stepped back, raising ono arm in remonstrance and Instinctively shielding the casket with the other. But the undertaker saw In tho frenzied eyo fixed upon his own that which warned I us enter by tho sldo door," suggested Sweetwater ns the two moved toward tho house. "And be sure you plnco mo where I enn sco without being scon. I havo no wsh to nttrnct nttcntlon to myself or to bo Identified with thop3-Jlrijintll the necessity Is forced upon ? r CIIAPTEn VIII. "lila lila!" i time to ttnip by the now faint and barely hoard reiteration of the name of her who hod Just boon borne away "I.IIa. Mini" Sweetwater, however affected by this scene In the funeral chamber, had not lost control of himself nor forgotten the claims of duty. IIo noted at a glance that while the candid looking utrnnper whoso lead he had boon following was as much surprised as the rest nt the nature of the interruption which he had possibly anticipated and for which he was In some measure prepared he was of nil present the most deeply and peculiarly impressed by It. Sweetwater took occnslon likewise whilo the excitement was nt Its height to mark what effect had been made on the servnnts by the action and conduct of young Cumberland. It was not so easy to determine ns the anxious detective might wish. Only onp of them showed n simple emotion, and thnt one wns, without any possibility ofdoubt. the cook. She was n rtnrann Cnthollc and was simply horrified by the sacrilege of which Oif hnil Ihm'm witness There was no mistaking her feelings. But those of 'Jitxtucr two women wcro more com bo 'were those of tho men. Sndotf ipeclally watched each movement of !ils young master with open dlstrUsl and very nearly started upright In his repugnance und dismay when that intruding hand fell on the peaceful brow of her over whose fate to his own surprise he had been able to shed tears. And the women! Might not tho same explanation account for that curious droop of the eye with which tho two younger clutched at each other's hands to keep from screaming and interchanged whispered words which Sweetwater would have given considerable out of bis carefully cherished hoard to have heard. It was Impossible to tell at present, but he was confident that It would not be long before he understood these latter at least. lie had great confidence In his success with women, homely ns he was. lie was not so sure of himself with men. and ho felt that some difficulties and not a few pitfalls lay between him and. for in-- ! stance, the uncommunicative Zadok. "But I've the wffolc long evening before me." he added in quiet consola- -' Hon to himself. "It will be a pity If I can't work some of them In that time." Plans had been made for carrying the servants to tho cemetery, and. despite the universal disturbance consequent upon these events, these plans were adhered to. Sweetwater watched them all ride away in the last two hl clwirp! friend. But he could soy nothing In face of this evidence. The spot was a flour mark. In which could almost bo discerned the outline of a woman's thumb. and thp fntlipr hud bmi CHAPTER IX. THE MOTIONLESS FIGURE. HE coat Is here, too." whis pered Sweetwater after a moment of considerate silence. "W'o had better lock it now, had we not, till you make up e your mind what to do with this bit of evidence?" "Yes. lock it. I'm not quite myself. Sweetwater 1 shall never survive tlu He turned nway. strain If" Sweetwater carefully returned tho hat to Its peg. turned the key In the door and softly followed his superior back Into the dining roonj and thence to their former retreat. "I can sop that It's likely to be n dreadful business." hp ventured to remark ns the two stood face to face again. "But we'vp no choice. Facts are facts, and we've got to make the T lest of them. (jo on You mean mo to go i.wJLiiiiw'Aun, Hut his drooping hpad. rtftld fare. with ileprate thinking; his rettxed band closed around the neck of a decanter, which nevertheless be did not lift, made upon Sweetwater an Impression which nothing he saw afterward ever quite effaced. "When I come back tbnt whisky will be half gone," thought he and lingered to see the tumbler filled and the firpt draft taken But no. The hand slowly unclasped and fcjl away from the decanter, bis head sank forward until bis chin rested on his breast, and a sigh, startling to Sweetwater, fell from bis lips, nexford was right only ono. thing could arouse him. Sweetwater now tried that thing. Ho knocked softly on thp sickroom door. This reached the enr oblivious to all else. Young Cumberland started to his fppt..nnd for a moment Sweetwater saw again the heavy features which nn hour before had produced such a repulsive effect upon him in thp rooms below. Then the nerveless figure sank again Into place with the same constraint In Its lines and the same dejection. Swectwjtpr'? hand, lifted In repetl- - DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours; 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Marion Weatherholf, Notary Pcblic . Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty yenrs' experience in tho execution of " these cursory investigations. Hexford's step could be heard on the veranda, and Sweetwater was anxious to locate himself before the officer came in. Entering the room before hlin, ho crossed to the small group clustered in its farther doorway. There were several empty chairs In sight, but he passed around them all to a dark and Inconspicuous corner from which without effort he could take in every room on that Hoor from the large parlor In which the casket stood to the remotest region of the servants' hall. The clergyman had not yet descended, and Sweetwater had time to observe the row of little girls sitting in front of the hearers, each with a small cluster of white llowers in her hand Miss Cumberland's Sunday school class, he conjectured, and conjectured rightly! lie also perceived that some of these children loved her. Ills eyes dwelt Hngerlngly on thesie before passing to that heaped up mound of tlow-er- a under which lay u murdered body and a bruised heart. Ho could not see the face, hut the spectacle was sufficiently awe compelling without that. "Would It havo seemed yet more so had bo known at whose request tho huge bunch of lilies had been placed over tpXW&h we won't go In togetlier," decided Ilexford. "Find your own place; A you won't havo any difficulty. Miss Cumbercrowd Isn't expected. land's condition forbids It" Sweetwater nodded and slid In at tho side door, lie found himself at onco In a narrow hall, from tho cud of which opened a largo room. A few people were to bo scon In this latter place, and his first Instinct was to Join them: but, finding that n few minutes yet remained before tho hour set for tho services, ho decided to improve them by a rapid glanco about this ball, which, for certain reasons hardly as yet formulated In his own mind, had a peculiar Interest for him. The most important object within view, according to his present Judgment, was the staircase which connected It with the floor above, but If you had asked his reason for this conclusion ho would not have told you, ns Itanelngh might have done, that it was because It was the most direct and convenient approach to Caraiel room. Ills notice led him next to a rack upon which hung several coats and a gentleman's hat. lie inspected the former and noted that one was finished with a high collar, but he passed the latter by It was not a derby. The table stood next the rack, and on Its top lay nothing more Interesting than a clothesbrusb and one or two other insignificant objects; but, with his memory for do tails, ho had recalled the keys which one of the maids had picked up somewhere about this house and laid on a hall table. If this were the hall and this the table, then was every Inch of tho latter's simple cloth covered top of tho greatest Importance in his eyes. He had no further time for even Cutn-berland- 's Tollowlng up tho ctews which you Save yourself given mo? I've only finished with one; there's nnother" "The bottles?" "Yes, the bottles. I believe thai I sholl not fall there If you'll givb mo a little time. I'm n stranger in town, you remember, nnd ennnot b expected to move as fast ns a local detective." "Sweetwater, we have but ono duty to follow both clews as far as they will take us. Only bo careful. Remember the evidence against Rauc-lagYou will bavo to forge an exceedingly strong chain to hold your own against tho facts wblch have brought this recreant lover to book. You see oh. I wish that poor girl could get ease!" ho Impetuously cried as "Lila. Lila!" rang again through tho house. "She Is the only one who is wholly Innocent in this whole business. Consider her at every point Her life is invaluable to every one concerned. But she must not be roused to the fact not yet. Nor must he bo startled either; you know whom I mean. Quiet does it. Sweetwater. Quiet and a seeming deference to his wishes as the present head of the house." "Is the place his? Has Miss Cumberland made a will?" "ner will will bo read tomorrow. h. r Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable Work fotflrst-clas- s I ' I Livery, Feed .ail. -- I AND- "mnt I HEART SHOULD BE THESE. HEART, UEK HEART! " HER Sale Stable The Traveling Mens' Choice Located near Depot wr y rnav i ix v "TAKE IT OFF I " HE CItlED. passed by. There were live persons in all two men mid three women. Only two interested ok. with whom ho had already made a superficial acquaintance and had had one bout, and a smart, bright eyed girl with a resolute mouth softened by an Insistent dimple, who struck him as possessing excellent sense and some natural cleverness. A girl to know and a girl to talk to was his instantaneous Judgment. During tho services Sweetwater found himself watching, with anxious curiosity, tho nttltudo and absorbed expression of u good looking young man whom ho was far from understand. "Break it open, I say! Break it open suspecting to be tho uecrofc representatho present suspect, whom no- and see if her heart Is there!" tive of It was too awful. Men and women body could forget, yet whom nobody wished to remember at this hallowed and children leaped to their feet and dushed away into tho streets, uttering hour. Ilnd this uttitudo and this absorp- smothered cries and wild ejaculations. his tion been directed toward tho casket In vain the clergyman raised dead,voice, over which tho clergyman's words and bade them respect the empty foro tho rooms were well nigh rose und fell with over Increasing ho had finished his appeal. Only ho might havo noted tho the least of the children remained. man, but would scarcely havo been Soon these, too, wero gone, and the held by him. Hut this Interest, sinundoubtedly was. casket was-- re fa stoned and carried out cere and strong as It shrinking bearers, leaving In centered not so much In tho services, by tho desorooms a as he was to maintain a de- - those darkenedwas nnlv trail of from oareful broken same, but j lation which w&om Httitudo toward tba hlm-Zadbe-for- that silent heart? Tho sister sick, the brother invisible, there was little more to hold his attention In this qifartur, so ho let It roam across the heads of tho people about him to the distant hall communicating with tho kitchen. Several persons were approaching from this direction, among them the servants of tho house, no doubt, for they came In all together and sat down side by sldo in tho chairs Sweetwater bad so carefully Za-do- k him to comply with the request thus harshly and peremptorily uttered. Unscrewing the lid, he made way for tho Intruder, who, drawing near, pushed aside the roses which had fallen on the upturned face, and, laying his hand on the brow, muttered a few low words to himself. Then he withdrew his hand, and, without glancing to right or left, staggered back to the door amid a bush as unbroken ns that which reigned behind him in that open casket Another moment and bis white, haggard faco and disordered figure would bo blotted from sight by tho door Jamb. The minister recovered his polso and the bearers their breath. The men stirred In their seats and tho women began to cast frightened looks nt each other and then at the children, some of whom bad begun to whimper, when In an Instant all were struck again Into stone. Tho young man bad turned and was facing them nil, with his hands held out in a clinch which in itself was horrible. "If they let the man go," ho called out In loud and threatening tones, "I will strangle him with these two hunds!" Tho word and not the shriek which burst irrepressibly from more than oue woman before hlin brought him to With a ghastly look on his himself. bloated features ho scanned for ono moment the row of deeply shocked faces before him. then tottered back out of sight and fled toward tho staircase. All thought that an eud had como to the harrowing scone, and minister. and people faced each other onco more, when, loud and sharp from nbove. there rang down tho shrill cry of delirium, this time in articulate words which even tho children could i "You're not ready to go? "Wish to search the house perhaps. It has already been done in a general way." "I wish to do it thoroughly." The coroner sighed. "I should be wrong to stand In your way. Get your warrant and the bouse is yours. But remember tho sick girl." alcove you mention?" "That's why I wish to do the job "No; there's a partition or two be- myself." tween. If you go up by tho side stair"You're a good fellow, Sweetwater. case you can slip Into It without any The keys tell the talc tho keys and ono seeing you. Coroner Perry and the bat. If the former had been left In the clubhouse and the latter found Mr. Clifton are In front" without the mark set on It by the "Is the side door locked?" mechanic's wife Ranelngh's chances "No." "Lock It. Tho back door, of course, would look ifs slim today as they did Immediately after the event. But with is." things as they are he may well rest "Yes; the cook attended to that" "I want a few minutes nil by my- easily tonight. "The clouds nro lifting self. IIclp me. Ilexford. If Dr. Perry for him." Tho coroner gone, Sweetwater made has given you no orders take your stand upstairs where you can give mo warn- bis way to the room where he had last ing if Mr. Cumberland makes a move seen Mr. Clifton. He fourid it empty to leave his post or the nurse her pa- and wns soon told by nexford that the lawyer had left. He followed Ilextient" Klve minutes later Sweetwater had ford upstairs. "I'd iiko to see tho girl and I'd like slipped from sight, and for some timo not even Ilexford knew where he was. to see tho brother when he thought no ono was watching him." he said. "I wonder what she meant by that "Di. Perry, may I havea few words wild cry of 'Tear It open! See It tier with you?" heart Is there!' Tear what open-t- ho The coroner turned quickly. Sweetcoffin?" said Ilexford. water was before him. "It'll not take "Of course. What else could she long." added the detective, with a short have meant?" significant glanco in the direction of "Well, delirium if) a queer thing; Mr. Clifton. mnkes a fellow feel creepy all over. 1 Dr. Perry nodded, excused himself to don't reckon on my nights here." the lawyer and followed tho detective "Ilexford. help me to a peep. I've into the small writing room which be got a difficult Job before me. and 1 had occupied during tho funeral. In need all the aid I c an get." tho decision with which Sweetwater "Ob, there's no trouble nbout that! closed tho door behind them there was Walk boldly along: he won't notice" something which caused tho blood to "Ilo won't notice?" mount to tho coroner's brow. "No; he notices nothing but what "You havo made some discovery?" comes from tho sickroom." ne lissaid he. tens all tho time." "A very Important one." was the "Does tho nurso'know this?" quick, emphatic reply. And in a few "The nurse is a puzzler." brief words tho detectlyo related his "How so? interview with tho master mechanic's But go seo "Half nurse and half wife on tho highroad. Then with an for yourself. Here's a package to tako eager "Now let mo show you some-- ' In inodlclno from tho drug store. Tell thing" he led tho coroner through the her thero was no ono else to bring It dining room into tho sldo hall, where tip. Sho'll show no surprise." ho paused before tho staircase. Muttering his thanks, Sweetwater "Up?" queried tho coroner, with an seized tho proffered package and hasobvious shrinking from what ho might tened with it down tho hall. Ho had encounter above. been as far as tho turn before, but "No," was the whispered reply. now bo passed the turn to Und, just "What wo wont is here." And, push- as bo expected, a closed door on the ing open n small door let Into the un- left and an open alcove ou tho right der part of the stairway, he disclosed The door Jed into Miss Cumberland's a closet and in that closet a coat or room. Tho alcove circular In shape two ami one derby hat Do took down and lighted by several windows, protho latter and, holding it out to the jected from the rear of the extension light, pointed to a spot on the under and had for Its outlook the stable aud side of Its brim. the tiugo sycamore tree growing beTho coroner staggered as be saw it side, It and glanced helplessly about bim. no Arthur' Sweetwater coM not tuid known this family all tfaplr Uvea. . carriages. This gave him tho opportunity he wanted. Leaving bis corner, he looked up Ilexford and asked who was left in the house. "Dr. Perry. Mr. Clifton, the lawyer; Mr. Cumberland. hls sick sister and the nurse." "Mr. Cumberland! Didn't ho go to the grave?" "Did you expect him to after that?" Sweetwater's shoulders rose, and his voice took on a tone of indifference. "There's no tolling. Where Is ho now. do you think upstairs?" "Yes. It seems he spends nil his time In a little nlcovc opposite his sister's door. They won't let him insido for fear of disturbing the patient, so he just sits where I've told you. doing nothing but listening to every sound that comes through the door." "Where's his room? In sight of th'e For tonight Arthur Cumberland's position here is tho position of a master." "I will respect it. sir, up to all reasonable bounds. I don't think he meditates giving any trouble. He's not at all Impressed by our presence. All be seems to care about is what his sister may be led to say in ber delirium." "That's how you look at It?" The coroner's tone was one of gloom. Then after a moment of silence: "You may call my carriage. Sweetwater. I can do nothing further hero today." Sweetwater threw open the door, but his wistful look did not escape the older man's eye. tlon of his knock, bung suspended. Ho had not expected quito such indifference as this. It upset bis calculations just a trifle. The door was opened to him this time. As it swung back be saw first a burst of rosy color as a room paneled In exquisite pink burst upon his sight, then the great picture of his life the bloodless features of Carmel calmed for the moment into sleep. Sweetwater gazed at tho winsome brown bead over the nurse's shoulder and felt that for blm a new and important factor bad entered into this cace with his recognition of this woman's great beauty, now deep a factor he was far from suspecting or he would not have met the nurse's eye with quite so cheery and self confident a smile. "Excuse the Intrusion," he said. "We thought you might need these things. Hexford signed for tbem." "I'm obliged to you. Are you one of them?" she sharply asked. "Would it disturb you if I were? hope not. I've no wish to seem intru3 Stephensport, :: Ky. Live Horses, New Rigs Trunk Wagon per day Horse and Buggy " $2 50 1 50 Allen R. Lewis Proprietor sive." "What do you want? Something, I Give it a name before there's a change there." She nodded toward tho bed, and Sweetwater took advantage of the mo ment to scrutinize moro closely the nurse herself. She was a robust, fine. know. looking womnn, producing an impression of capability united to kindness, Strength of mind and rigid attepdnnco to duty dominated tho kindness, bow-eve- OCCDllO BALL OO CHOCDi & MILLEfl Feed and Sale liny, r. Stable Bus Meets all Trains "I want nnother good look at your patient, and I want jour confidence since you nnd I may have to seo much of each other before this matter is ended. You asked me to speak plainly and 1 have done so." "You are from headquarters?" "Coroner Perry sent me." Throwing back bis coat, be showed his badge. "The coroner has returned to his office. He was quite upset by tho outcry which came from this room at an unhappy moment during the funeral." "Lknow. It was my fault. I opened the door Just for un Instant, and In that Instant my patient broke through her torpor and spoke." She bad drawn him in by this time and. after another glance at ber patient, softly closed the door behind bim.. "I have nothing to report." said she, "but the one sentence everybody Hardinsburg, : Ky cz3on3ooocnoizz WOOL UDESandEUR! Btic&Dttlttt, t e. saw ?i I we can da . Vt'c r.- letter for YOU ldin Reference: anr tack v... i . U'a! tftth or tfmmUtinn narctiinti. .i: la LouuTiHt. u--- 1,. - fsrr kh v. t his wishes. Unconsciously a low exclamation escaped him. He was young and hnd not yet sunk the man entirely in the detective. Ills eye went wandering nil over the room as be spoke until It fell upon a peculiar looking cabinet or closet let into the wall directly opposlto the bed. "What's that?" ho asked. "1 don't know. I can't mako it out. and I don't liko to ask." Sweetwater examined It for a from wbero he stood, then crossed over and scrutinized It moro It was a uniquo specimen. What it lacked in belght- -it could not have measured more than n foot from tho bottom to tho top it inado up In length, which must have exceeded Ovo feet. Tho doors, of which It had two, were both tightly but as they wero. made of trnuMvarptii- plus tbn mo-mc. heard." Sweetwater took in the little memorandum book and pencil' which hung at her sldo nnd understood ber position and extraordinary amenability to 1M.SABEL&S0NS ir,"ir iwfccr;. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people- are now using - Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho new toilet germicide- powder to be dissolved In rvnin no tinmlnl For nil toilet nnd hygienic ,uses it is better and moro economical. ao cieanso ami whiten tho teeth, remove tartar aud prevent deenv. To disinfect tho mouth, de stroy aiseaso germs, aud PUrifv thfi rmtli To kefin nrHfl.tnl - ro remove nicotine from the teeth and 4.0 eradicate perspiration and body Continued on page seven or by mall postpaid. Shmp1 The best antiseptic wash known. Relieves and strengthens tired, weak InUamedeyes. Heals sore throat, wound and cute, 35aud60cts.abox.anrgieU. THE PAXTONTOBTOO.,Wn.Mam. Fe. t doom, "if tnii.it make you nil fool queer," he wound up, '"to think' you have waltod on him nnd seen him tramping about those rooms for months Jmt ns If he lind tut wicked . feelings In hi heart and meant to marry Miss Curnberland-n- ot to kill her." "Oh. oh!" Maggie sobbed out. "And a perfect gcntlornnn ho was too. I can't believe no bad of him. lie was not like" Her brenjli caught nnd so suddenly that Sweetwater wns nlways convinced that the more cautious Helen had twitched Her by her skirt. "I.Ike like other gentlemen who came hero. It was n kind word ho hnd or n smile. -r She mndo uo nttempt to finish, but bounded to her foot, pulling up tho more sedate Helen with her. "Lot's go." she whispered "I'm afenrcd of , tho man." The other yielded and began to cross the floor behind the Impetuous Mng-glI- In the upper hall, and tho man, Clarke, Ho hnd n word with tho forIs the purpose bolow. JOHN JACOB ASTOR The House of the Whispering mer! of the little door In tho wall buck of the stnblc?" "It .connects these grounds with those of the Pultons, Tho Pultons Ike on "What GOOD ROADS IS A ENTHUSIAST.1 Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Deo. 4, 1010 147 Pines B? ANNA KATHARINE Copyright, 1910, GREEN by Anna Katharine nohlfa objects bclilnd ilii'tti were qulto visible. It wns the nntttro of those objects wlilrh rnnde the mystery. The lonjjer Swpetwnter esnmliml them the less he understood f ho reason for thilr collection, much loss for their preser-vntlon In n room which In nil other respects expressed the quintessence of . ?. not perched on n twig, hut lying prono dn Its side. Near It was n doll, with scorched fnco and limbs half consumed. Next this the broken pieces of n jhlnn bowl and what looked like the torn remnants of some very Dno lace. Further along his eye lighted op a youug girl's bonnet, exquisite In color and nicety of material, but crushed out of nil Hhnpe and only betraying Its Identity by Its dangling strings. "Some childish nonsense." he remarked nnd moved toward the door. "The servants will be coming back, and I had rather not ho found here. You'll see me ugaln. I cannot tell just when. Pcrbnps you may want to send for. me. If so. my name Is Sweet- taste. At one end he saw n stuffed ennnry. Sweel water summoned up his courage. "One moment." he prayed. "Will yon not tell me before you go whether the candlestick I have noticed on tho dining room mantel Is uot one of a pair?" water." His hand was on the knob, nnd he was almost out of the room wheu he started nnd looked back. A violent change In the patient had occurred. Disturbed by his voice or by somo Inner pulsation of tho fever which devoured her, Carmcl had risen from tho pillow aud now sat, staring straight before her, with every feature working and lips opened ns if to speak. Sweetwater held his breath, and tho nurse leaped toward her and gently encircled her with protecting arms. loudly, before: Flinging out her hand, sho cried out just as sho had cried an hour "Break It open! Break the glass and Her heart should bo there. Her heart, her heart!" "Go or I cannot quiet her!" ordered the nijrse, nnd Sweetwater turned to look In. obey. But n. new obstacle offered. Tho brother had heard thl3 cry and now stood In the doorway. "Who are you?" ho impatiently demanded, surveying Sweetwater In sud- way? den anger. "Yes; there wore two once." said flolen. resisting Maggie's effort to drag her out through the open door. "by "Once." smiled Rweetwrtter: which you mean throe days ago." A lowering of her head nnd n sudden make for the door Sweetwater changed his tone to one of simple Inquiry. "And wns that where they always Htood. the pair of them, one on ench end of tho dining room mnntel?" She nodded. Involuntnrlly perhaps but decisively Sweetwater hid his disappointment Tho room mentioned was a thorough fare for the whole family. Any mem her of It could have taken the candle ntlck. "I'm obliged to you," said bo and might have ventured further had she given him the opportunity. But she wns too near tho door to resist tho temptation of flight. In another moment she wns gone, and Sweetwater found himself nlono with his reflections. The moon shone that night, much to Sweetwater's dlscomforturo. The house presented an equally dolorous and forsaken appearance, and in the stable It wns no better. Zadok had bought un evening paper nnd wns seeking solace from its columns. Sweetwater hnd attempted tho sociable, but had been met by a decided rebuff. Soon Sweet water realized that his work was over for tbo night nnd planned to leave. But there was one point to bo settled first. Was there any other means of exit from these grounds snvo that offered by the ordinary driveHe had an impression that In ono of his strolls about be had detected tbo outlines of n door In what looked llko a high brick wall In the eitrwne rear. If so it were well worth his while to know where that door led. It might be as well to try Iho .ock. but he would have to cross n very wide strip of moonlight In order to do so, nnd be feared to attract attention to his ex- "I brought up tho drugs," was tho quiet explanation of the ever ready detective. "I didn't mean to alarm tho young lady, and I don't think I did. It's the fever, sir, which makes her .talk so wildly." "We want no strangers here." was young Cumberland's response. "Remember, nurse, no strangers." His tone was actually peremptory. Sweetwater observed him In real astonishment as be slid by and made bis quiet escape. He was still more as tonished when, on glancing toward tho alcove, he perceived that, contrary to bis own prognostication, the whisky stood as high In the decanter as before. treme inqulsltlvcness. CHAPTER X. IIELEN SURPRISES SWEETWATER. servants returning from the drove up Just as reached the lower floor. He was at the side door when they came in. and a single glance convinced him that all bad gone off decorously nt tho grave and that nothing further had occurred during their absence to disturb tbem. Ho followed them as they filed away into tho kitchen and, waiting till the men bad gone about their work, turned bis attention to the girls, who stood nbout very much as If the.v did uot nmrw just wum 10 uo wuntnem- - THE sclves. "Sit. ladies." said he, drawing up chairs quite as If be were doing the honors of tbo house. "You're all upset, you are. by what Mr. Cumberland said in such an unbecoming way nt tho funeral. He'd like to strangle Mr. Rnnelagh! Why couldn't ho wait for the sheriff? It looks as If that gentleman would have "the Job, all right." "Ph. don't!" wnlled out one of, the girls, the Impressionable, warm hearted Maggie. "Tho horrors of this bouse will kill me. I can't stand It a mlnuto longer. I'll go I'll go "You won't: you're too kind hearted to leavo Mr. Cumberland nnd bis sister In their desperate trouble." Sweetwater put in. with u decision ns suggestive of admiration ns ho dared to stays.'1 ' She rolled ber eyes toward him in a slow, surprised wny that would have abashed most men. "I don't know your name or your business here." Bald she, "but I do know that you take n good deal upon yourself wheu you say what I shall do or shan't do. I don't even know myttelf." Wltb the most Innocent air In the world be launched forth in a tirade agalnm the man then in custody, as though his guilt were an accepted fact Mod uothlng but the foroalltlea of the law tood betweea bin aad. hi i&al assume. Her eyes filial, and she said no more. Sweetwater shifted his attenWorking nround by tion to nclen. her side, he managed to drop tbeso words Into her ear: "Sho talks most, but sho doesn't feel ber responsibilities any more than you do. I've bad my experience with women, and you'ro of tho sort that Advancing In n quiet, sidelong way ho bad. be laid bis hand on the small knob above the lock and quickly turned It. The door wns unlocked and swung under his gentle push. An alleyway opened before him lending to what appeared to he another residence street. He wns nbout to test the truth of this surmise when he heard a step behind him and. turning, encountered the heavy figure of the coachman advancing toward him wltb a key in his hand. Zadok was of an easy turn, but ho had been sorely tried thnt day, and bis limit bad been reached. "You snooper!" lie bawled. "What do you want here? Won't the run of tho house content you? Come! I want to lock that door. It's my last duty NOTICE. before going to Please do not ask us to send you the bed." t Sweetwater as- News without paying for it cash In adsumed the Inno- vance. John D. Babbage. cent. wns "And Just going this Often The Kidneys Are way. It looks like a short road Weakened by. Over-Wo- rk. Into town. It Is. Isn't It?" Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Yes!" growled the oth' Weak and unhealthy kidneys are reer. "Whichever sponsible for much sickness and suffer! ng, mereiore, u Kiuney it Is, It isn't your trouble is permitted to road tonight. continue, serious re"TOO SNOOrERl" HE prlvato That's sults arc most likely BAWLED. property, to follow. Your other Tho alley you seo belongs to our neighorgans may need atbors. No one pusses through there but tention, but your kidmyself and" neys most, because they do most nnd Ho caught himself In time with a should have attention sullen grunt which may fiavo been tbo first. Therefore, when result of fatigue or of that latent inkidneys are weak stinct of loyalty which is often tho yourcan understand how or out of order, quickly your enmost difficult obstnelo n dctcctivo has you hotly is affected and how every organ tire to cucounter. seems to fail to do its duty. "And Mr. Ranelagh, I supposo you If you arc sick or "feel badly," begin would say?" was Sweetwater's easy taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. A trial will conKilmer's Svami-Roo- t. finish. No answer. Tho coachman simply vince you of its great merit. The mild aud immediate effect of locked tho door and put tbo key In bis Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney and pocket bladder remedy, is soon realized. It Sweetwater made no effort to deter standi the highest because its remarkable him. More than thnt. be desisted from health restoring properties have beeu further questions, though bo was dying proven in thousands of the most distressto ask where this key was kept at ing cases. If you need a medicine you night and whether it had been in Its suouia uavc uic Dest. usual placo on the evening of tho mur- Sold by druggists in and der, no had gone far enough, bo fifty-cesizes. You may thought. Another step and he might a bottle arouse this man's susplclou, if not bis havemall 6ample also a free, by enmity. But be did uot leave tbo shad- oamnuiei leuiutr vou n.m. ows Into which he again receded until how to find out if you have kidney or be had satisfied himself that the key bladder trouble. Mention this paper went Into the stablo with the coach- when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., man, where it probably remained for Ilinghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Roo- t, this night at least. a dealer and It was after 10 when Sweetwater something don't let of Swamp-Roo- tsell you if the house to say good nlgbt you do you in placedisappointed. will be HaxfOXCL fla foHnd Mm an. watrh 1 drunk hard. Asked whore ho got tho liquor, he maundered out something .about a saloon, hut none of the places which he usually frequents hnd soon him thnt night. I have tried them all nnd some that weren't In bis books It wns no good " "Thnt door li unpinned to he locked nt night. Zailnk s.i.vm that's his duty. Was it lofkod thai night?" "Can't say. Perhaps the coroner can You see. tin' 1'iqulry ran In such n dlf foront direction nt ttrsl Unit n small matter like that may have I n over looked " Sweetwater snlxlnod the natural tort and., revert rmr io the sulilcci of the saloons, pit oinc spcclilc Infuriiia flon In rciranl m iIhmh Then ho passed tlioiightfullv downstairs, only to conio iipn'i Union, who was Just extinguishing the front hull light. "Good nlulti." ho staid In passing "Good night Mr Sweetwater" There was sninctlilut: In tier topo which mndo lilin stop nnd look buck She hnd stopped Into the library and wns blowing nut tho lump there. Ilo nnsed n moment nnd sighed softlv Then ho stnrted toward the .door, only to stop ngnln nnd cast auntlior look back. She was standing In one ot the doorways, anxiously watching Dim and twisting lior tlugers In nnd cut in nn Irresolute wny truly slgnlllcnnt in. one ot ber disposition. He felt bis uenrt leap. Returnlpg softly, he took up his stand before her, looking her straight In the eye. "Good night." he repeated, with an odd eraphnsls. "Good nlgbt." she answered, with equal force nnd meaning. But the next moment she was speaking rapidly, earnestly. "I never "1 can't sleep." sho said. can when I'm not certain of ray duty. Mr. Itnnelngh Is an Injured man. Ask what was said and done nt their last can't tell you. 1 didn't dinner here. listen, and 1 didn't see what happened, but It wns something out of the ordinary. Three broken wineglasses lay on the tablecloth when I went In to clenr away. I hoard the clatter when they fell and smashed, but I said nothing. I have said nothing since, but 1 know there wnsn quarrel, nnd that Mr. Ranelagh was not in It. for his glass was the only ono which reinulned unbroken. Am I wrong In tolling you? I wouldn't if If It were not for Mr. Rnnelagh. Ho didn't do right by Miss Cumber-lnnd- . but be doesn't deserve to be In prison, and so would Miss Carmel toll you if she know wbnt wns going on nnd could speak. She loved him and I've said enough I've said enough."' the agitated girl protested ns he leaned eagerly toward her. "I couldn't tell tho priest any more. Good night." And she wns gone. Ho hesitated a moment, then pursued his way to the side door nnd so out of the house Into the street Soon he returned to his old habit of muttering to himself. "One thing I will solve, nnd that Is where this miserable fellow spent the hours between this dinner they speak of nnd the time of bis return next day. Hoxford has failed at It. Now we'll see what a blooming stranger can do." To be continued 1 Ilucstcd street." "Are the two families Intlmnte?" "Very. Mr. Cumberland Is sweet on the young Indy there." "He uses thnt door, then?" Sweetwater pursued. "Probably." "Did he use It that night?" "He didn't visit her." "Where did ho go?" 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Through Pull, man sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No I4I will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers frc m weHt of Cloverport. Hartford Line West Bound Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle KlrMOIasi No. 118 STATIONS East Bound Second Glass No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 second Chits Cuts nml bruises may be healed in d about the time required by the No. 9 No 7 usual treatment by applying Chamber lains Liniment. It in tin antiseptic and Mixed ErelR't 1'al'y Urtly ex-- s causes such Injuries to heal without ma f 15am turation. This liniment also relieve sore- - 0 45pm 8 30 ties') of the muscles and rheumatic pains f" 55 09 S 53 20 t? 0 21) For sale by nil dealers. one-thir11 111 First CIum No. 112 Pass. Dally ex Sun 11 Pass. Dally ex Sun lOlOim f 1) 51 s 9 35 f 9 20 s 9 22 s B If 9 11 Sund'y Only IOOOi f 9 35 S 9 12 f 0 00 s 3 53 H S 40 Dally ux-S- Kralg't Dally t. I (Jam Origin of Bridge. A gront many people piny bridge, nnd n few fortunate ones occasionally make grand and little slnm. but a very small minority have any Idea of the origin of tho name of this pleasant but uncommon score, says a writer in nn Euglish magazine. Close to Boston, in tho Fnltcd Stntes. Is the outlying town and harbor of Salem. Certain prisoners kept here In confinement amused their weariness by inventing and playing a card game Into which the.v Introduced terms borrowed from the place names In tho neighborhood. In the bay nre two Islnnds called respectively Groat and Little Mlrfery. Those names were adopted for tholr game nnd have found their way Into ours. Wo oven have n game calied misery bridge. It Is rather to think of those Boston prisoners Inventing these terras, which were destined to come Into use again nfter "Slnm" Is nil those days Intervening. simply Salem abbreviated to n monosyllable. cu-lio- 7 "7 f f7 s3 si 23 34 41 SI 50 57 10 sK 10 fS 21 f 30 9 53 10 13 10 25 10 43 10 53 U 00 11 10 11 11 11 0.0 3i) fll all fll ,0 sll 49 Ml 51 MSOIpm f 12 OS flS 15 I.v..lKVINaTON..Ar ...1IASI.N HI'HINU.. ..UAKH ELD .. IIAItXEl) ... . ...IL'NOriON ... HAItDINSHUKO .. JUNCTION. KIIJK .... . . . . . . . . ' .sIS 27 M2 31! . f3 34 84 20 1130 tt55pm 3 50 im 112 ill s 1 00 fl2 fl2 fl2 40 45 5i) ... GI.EN DEAN. .. DE.MI'STEIt ... HUCKVALE VAN.AiNT .. A?KINS. . . OAKS . Mi'OIJADY . f 9 03 f 8 50 SS S s f s- 8 3!) 8 30 f 8 22 .3 . f f . . .. 3.30 Ar EAKL'OTON..L.v KoitnsVl ELLiMlTCH.. 1 f 3 .. r t-- 45 30 ! 33 8 27 8 24 8 13 8 15im s 8 10 05 f3 2 f2 H2 S2 S2 f1 f1 S S S 1 1 4 loim 15 It 10aa 10 10 10 52 37 30 15 50 30 15 05 53 47 s f S 00 f 7 51 f 7 50 f 7 45 7 35 7 30im 35 I 23 s 23 f 1 17 f 1 t .1 1 1 03 Oi) n 5 45 "' 12 50pm 10 10 10 01 9 51 9 43 9 30 9 31 9 20 9 23 9 15 0 10 9 05 BOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Roup;h. cias EAST BOUND 3- - Mixed Monday; uVn.r"rlU-- 25 Passenger Passenger Dally Dally Hunduy op " & uK"" a m ?$AJ 19. 1910. TIMETABLE at 11:39 & 76 gg Passenger " pm Passenger D.lUy Mixed .Monday, Only I HK7". 1J 5i, i) . STATIONS Except Sunday . Except Sunday 12 n 1y Judlfc only 1 is n m V,U Of HOUGH 15 a in 13 p m 43 pm Real Estate Department Do known Des Moines wouihii nftt i may find just what you need in this department. Jf you are intereafc-e- d suffering miserably for two. days from in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner's bowel complaint, was cured by one dose ot Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at one Diarrhoea Remedy. F rsHlely all telling us and let A well you want to buy a farm or business 'i Li you do yo 'No! sir. What It Tsuoht Her. To top oil mi expensive educntlon a young married woman of no particular nhlllty In any one line took a course nt n dramatic school. Sho never attempted to secure an engagement, so one day a close nnd candid friend of her husband asked what good all that training had done, anyhow. "So fnr ns I can see." the friend said, "thnt $.'00 you spent on Ethel's education has boon practically thrown a wny." "Oh. no. It hasn't." returned tho mildly. "Oh. no. It hasn't. Her stage experience has taught bor to dress In u hurry. Nowadays when I ,ask ber to go to any place with mo sho can change her clothes in ten minutes. It used to take over an hour." New York Sun. bus-bau- are looklnrj 3 Y us introduce you to the man who has what you want and where you want it thovery property yo f r. Wo recommend tho following properties and fair in price. as being Eproductivt your farm or business?!! It yo for your property, send price and description at once and lot us show you how wo bring buyer and seller jtogether. This department is conducted solel' for the purposoof enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties tojnnko quick sale want cash u Want toSell Jno. 3 miles from IrvlniUon: well wittered : luys wuil ; good young orchard; good timber :un rural route: school iiouso few vurds fro house: Improvements; good four room dwelling wltli kitchen on back porch; two good birns; and teneut house una cis tern buck in tnu uciu; meat und lien house; wood bbed: will sullou easv navmenis: nlentv of Km-- II fruit. Further particulars address Jno. D. Ilabbago, Cloverport, Ivy. D. Babbage $3 ruu Ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms und side roomi good .stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenunt housei. Plenty ot good timber 'tor furm purposes good land to clear. Price f,000 H cusb. nt one-doll- urr.i FOU SaLE A farm containing 250 acres nd under fence. A ulce cottage ct fire rooms, two cisterns, it watled collar wltb a store room over It, two gool stock barnst one tenant house; about 500 apple und peach trees, also pears, quinces and apricots; most all kinds ot small trutts, Including a nice Cheapest accident insurance Dr. or "W acres tour grapes; west of 9 nnd olemleane, 3 miles miles' brtinrh vlnyurdof choicest 125 acres200 acres cleired, 4X.,UUV7 from In grass; sevjr w balance Thomas' Rclectiu Oil. Stops the pain ratlroad;ultfresli lands 100 acres in cultiva- tf&yesof lu woods. black locust sulllclent for posts U 50 acres In irrass: will nroduci tlld lllst wnb the whole farm In. It lies near Ekror nndhenlsthe wound. All druggists sell it tion: com, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; on I.. II. & St. U. It. 11. price Is 5,000 or piuuty lusting water, wen lit aoor oi uweu- - long and easy payments. A Bank Ir.dorces Good Roads. Tho First National bank of Moultrie. Ga., opens up u new Hold for helpfulness and usefulness on the part of banks. Tho following resolutions were ndopted by tho directors of this pro gresslvo hank recently: "We. tho officers of the First Nntlonnl bank, do hereby heartily Indorse the movement made by tho chamber of 8 Mr. lHtrmor, aro you interested 1 If fo, call on tho commerce to Improve the roads in this manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph county Company and have him explain tho special "Far"The First National Is always eager to push nny movement that will help mers Lino" rate. nud gratefully benefit the working people and the deserving fnrraers of Colquitt. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY "During this good road movement. If (Incorporated.) ft at any time the deserving farmer sees that It will bo necessary to put up a new wire fence, build a new house or Improve his farm In any way. 'wo stand ready to loan you tbo nccossnry monev to make these lmtroveroonts " 15 lrn I'RURAL TELEPHONES I Subscribe Right Now. See Us forDuatpeto Job Work i: The Breckinridge County Fair $100 Saddle Stake $100 Harness Stake $100 Derby Stake August August August County Day 24--Der- by Day Day as-rK- Ur. Bigger and Better Than Ever A Horse Show Running and Trotting Races Each Day, nnnc r L. I L. HADlED rAKIVCIv, The noted balloonist will make a baloon cension and Parachute Leap on each day of the fair, "DON'T MISS IT" Something all the Time Sp.SHa'.l Ayi""& Zii eral Premiums on everything. Reduced Rates on all Roads. A. T. BEARD, President I Trains stop at Grounds. Write for Catalogue JNO. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary Jane Bruner this week. Miss Ruth Frymlre, of Garfield, Is visiting In Louisville. Mrs. Susan Shellman, of Shiloh, was the week end guest of Mr?. Fannie T .ivincr of ChilH of Twelve Children-L- ast Frymlre. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chrlsal, of Tell Five iMen Robbed in The War Remaining City, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Member of Twelve who Built Garfield Baptist Umrcli Sam Philpot, of Raymond. 4 "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a success If you use Lewlsport BEST flour." If all of the children of Mr. Jesse though he must have been the spoilt should spend one month at home chap, he developed into a splendid Macey and each one should eat three biscuits citizen, a devoted father, and a man UNION STAR at every meal, Mrs. Macey would have who would fight for his country. Durto make two thousand and seven hun- ing the civil war a band of Gurrillas ITEMS dred biscuits. Think of itl There Is passed through Garfield and robbtd Breckinridge every man except Mr. Macey. They not a prouder father in county because he has ten living child- took 170.00 from the pockets of ThomHas Reunion. ren: George Macey, and Mrs. Stanley pson Johnson and made four others Black Family of Allen, Texas; Enos Macey, of give up small sums. Mr. Macey is Scott, Fever Sufferers Typhoid Dallas, Texas; Warren Macey, of Fort only man of the live left to tell the and Miss Lydia tale. He is also the only man living Worth, Texas: Warren Improving-Ma- ny Visitors In Macey, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; of the twelve who organized and built And Near Town. Mrs. Nester Black, af Eldorado, Okla.; the Baptist church at Garfield. JESSE MACEY 1U I inc up-to-da- KUdLIL , On or about the 3rd of August, 1911, we will open up for your inspection at Glen Dean, Ky., one of the and also the cheapest stock of largest and most te JEWS MERCHANDISE Ever offered to the people of Breckinridge and the surrounding counties. In the first place the floorman stock will be closed out regardless of cost to make room for our Mammoth Stock of New, Fresh and goods in every line, just from the Manufacturers. Besides our main buyer, fir. Hardin Wilson, of Louisville, has bought up some bankrupt stock for up-to-date traveled quite a bit. He was in Kansas City when there were only two stores a hotel and a blacksmith shop. That was in IS57. This pioneer citizen of Breckinridge has been a game fellow, that Is.game and nervy enough to rear ten practical, sensible children. The secret of his success is that he has lived the simple life, a life without pretense. The good name of Jesse their marriage. Macey will be handed down to his Mr. Macey is the last child left of twelve children of Wm. Macey. He children to be remembered in many, the was the youngest of the family and many years to come. h Miss OIlie Macey,and Mr, Thos. Macey, Mrs. Paul Compton, of Hardinsburg. Mr. Macey lives at Garfield in the same house where he was born,seventy nine years ago. He has been a farmer all his life. When he was just a young man, he was left a widower with three little chlld'en, and at the age of thirty-tw- o years he married Miss Sarah Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Macey will soon celeanniversary of brate the forty-eight- Mr. Macey in his younger days OTHER INTERESTING NEWS The Black family had a reunion at the old homestead near town on July 30. All the family was present. They were: Messrs. Wash Black, ot Raymond; W. B. Black, of Addison; Mrs. Thos. Cart, Mrs. L. A. Cart and C. C. Black, of Union Star. Peyton Canary and family, of Roberts Bottom, were guests of their cousin, M. A. McCubblns Sunday. Mrs. Geo. E. Schreiber and Miss was Interviewed, she said: "I gladly re- Catherine' Richardson Schreiber, of J3 A commend Doan's Kidney Pills again. I Orange, New Jersey, are spending the do not think there is another kidney summer with their parents, Mr. and as Many a Cloverport Reader Will medicine on the market as goodpeo- Mrs. D. S Richardson. Doan's Kiduey Pills, especially lor Miss Mattie Milner is at home after ple of advanced age." Feel Grateful For This an extended visit to Louisville and Price 50 Lexington. For sale by all dealers Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. Miss Cora Bennett is spending severNew York, sole agents for the United al weeks in Roberts Bottom the guest When your back gives out; States; ot Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robbins. Becomes lame, weak or aching; Remember the name Doan's and Dr. Milner was in Louisville last When urinary troubles set In, take no ot her. week with a patient, Miss Wilda RobYour kidneys are 'ln a bad way." ertson, who underwent a successful Don't delay use Doan's Kidney " LESS THAN 50c ON THE DOLLAR That will be placed on sale here and our customers will get the benefit of same. These bankrupt stocks are staple goods and the prices they will be sold for will astonish you. Our buyer will be on tho lookout for just such bargains all tho time. Our Terms will be Strictly Cash and no one need over nsk for credit, as this is one store that will be run without any books or bookkeeper. We will thank you for one call, then you will come again, as our prices will draw Yours truly, you. WILSON, OWEN & CO.! GLEN DEAN, KY. Pills. Here is good evidence of their worth. Mrs. Andrew H. Nichol?, Fourth St., Cannclton, Ind., says: "My back was very lame and I had pains across my loins that caused me no end of suffering. I was troubled by dizzy spells, was ixiremely nervous and had so little strength that I could hardly attend to my housework. When I read about Doan's Kidney Pills, I had my husband get a box for me. Their use sosn brought relief and improved my condition in everyway." (Statementglven April I7, 1907.) On March FRYMIRE. operation. Miss Laviua Curry is convalescing. Kl9l0, 8Day Atlantic City Philadelphia Washington City THURSDAY, QQ ffA Byron Cart, of tne L. H. & St. L.( Mrs Daisy Basham and Mrs. Hattle Milner family. made his usual week end visit to his Frymire and little daughter, Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herrmamn, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cart. visited Mrs. Tom Hall, of Raymond, Tell City, visited relatives here last Willie Dutschke, who has been ill for Saturday. weeK. the past six weeks, Is not so well. Misses Kate and Francis Severs and Mr. and Mrs. Dave James, of Brazil, Bread baking is guaranteed a success Ind , are visiting Mrs. Dave Reynolds. little nephew, who have had typhoid if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. fever for several weeks, are improving. Misses Blanche and Kate Severs and Miss Lillian Cart, one of our bright Severs, of Union Star, brother, James and attractive girls deserves commendaTo Visit Her Grandson. have typhoid fever. tion for her ambition and success along Miss Alleine Biddleis teaching school Mrs. F, T. Heyser will leave next educational lines, She secured a first at Raymond. grade certificate at the recent Teachers week to visit her flue little fjrandsoit Mrs. Jane Frymire is visiting Mrs. Examination with a general average of who has recently arrived at the home when Mrs. Nichols , 00 per cent or more. In a former ex- of his parent-- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heyser, of Cincinnati. amination in May she was also successful but was debarred because Of her youth. She will teach the Shiloh toGoes to Niagara. school. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Weatherholt Mrs. Annie Shefmyre and sons, Of and sous, Forrest aud Leonard, left yesChicago, and Mrs. Floyd Bait, of Lou terday for Niagara Falls and other isville, are spending the' summer with Mr. and Mrs. Thos, Cart, near town. Mrs. Judith Watllngton sustained a painful injury from a fall in her room. She recently celebrated her 87th birthday and owing to her advanced ego her recovery is progressing slowly. Mrs. R. V. Vaughan (nee Ellie Helm) and Miss Esther Vaughan, of Lexington, are visiting their cousins, the J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN . SOBJ Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. Tour from Louisville -8 SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News 'iff Louisville Evening Post Frommow until after the November Election. fri WANTED! RIVER BOTTOM pltj Send Subscription to Miss Clyde Severs will teach her second term at Hazel Dell school this The Breckenridge News, points of ititsrest. Mr. Weatherholt Is one of the busiest men in the com merclal circles of this county, and his friends wish him aud his family a pjeas. aut trip. :: Cloverport, Ky. term. H, L. Bruner and "Patf Barr went to, Hardinsburg Saturday to play ball with the Hardinsburg team vs Toblns-por- t. U AUGUST 17, 1911 Louis-PJD- MISS SEVERS TAKES VACATION Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jes Asklns a your round trip railroad furo from fine boy, July 23th. ville, hotel bills during tho entiro trip, three Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard, of Harddays and nights at Atlantic City, ono day in Philadelphia, insburg, visited their parents here Sunmid two days and nights in Washington City. Sleepday. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Pollock ure the ers and meals on train additional to above named proud possessors of a fine 13 lb son, rate. If interested write mo for literature on Arvil Hermau. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. tho above tour. Hayneshavea beautiful little daughter, Lena Ellen, who is on the Dresden order. L. B. Hall will teach his 2nd term at WEBSTER, KY. 1 Chenault, where he proved himself an :: :: Breckenride County efficient, popular teacher. FARM 40 to 100 Acres Will'pay cash for ono that suits rae. Writo mo. TRIP J. C. CRUTCH ER, R. R. Agent C. P. GURLEY, FREDONIA, IND. Miss Lula Margaret Severs left yesterday for Hinton, W, Va., with Duncan-DeJarne- tt Mrs. Koscoe Severs to spend three weeks. While Auvay she will take Miss Ressa Duncan.of Beechfork.and several sido trips to West Virginia Mr. Ernest DeJarnett, of McQuady, summer resorts. Miss Severs Is takiwece married at the home of tho bride ng- a much needed vacation as she has been very busy with a large musk Wednesday, July 20; Rev. Willett class during the last year, The. bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nt Taul and is a favorite of her Henderson Route Nett s. many friends Immediately after the ceremony they left for the home of the Reduced Rates to Niagara Falls July groom at, McQuady, 3I1 Aug.U, Aug 15.