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The Breckenridge news: August 9, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911080901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 9, 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 BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 5 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911. Dr. Boone Takes Vacation Trip. Tomorrow Dr. Hillary J. JUETT MCDONALD GOOD ROADS Boone BRINGS GLAD TIDINGS (leaves for Atlantic City and other east" em points of interest. He has been very busy at his dental parlors here and is looking forwatd to an enjoyable va- Will Be Held Saturday Ireckenridge County Boy Re- cation. His mother, Mrs. Laura Hnj es, Irvington-Custe- r turns To Native Soil A Suc- will visit her son, Dr, Ray Boone, at Bardstown. Minister;-Deliv- ers cessful Two Splendid Sermons To Large Congregations Here Misses Robinson and Hensou, who were Mrs. Hardaway's guests, have LIVE MEETING returned home. Mrs. Jack Collins ITEMS Pearl, have returnedand daughter,Miss AT from a visit with relatives in Indiana. Mrs. H. Meyer, of Vine Grove, and At Irving-to- n Rev. Mr. King Assisted By Rev. cousin, Morris Jacob, of California, Breckenridge And Meade County Pike Adkisson, Of Louisville, Will spent several hours here Saturday Insurance Company In An- BIG SPRING JEWS call-ing'o- n Barbecue Mr. Brown, Of Begin Revival August 21 Spring Folks Whiskey Back In Big Children To See Father. Louisville Times Expected Oppose friends. llrcad baking success is guaranteed If ynu ue Lewljport BEST Flour. Meade. Mrs. Owen May, of Lexington; Mrs BIG DAY PLANNED FOR ALL G V. Roth, of Martinsville, Ind.; and Sunday. Mrs. Ike Meyer, of Louisville, arc here MANY PERSONAL NOTES Irvington, Ky., Aug. 8. (Special) to see their father, Mr. Jake May, who HERE. is ill. Mrs. Roth has not been here for The opening meeting of the Irvincton-Custe- r SAYS OPPORTUNITIES Henry Hardaway and daughter, Miss some time, Although her visit has a pike campaign, is to be held Mary, of Shepherdsville, spent several is The Rev. Mr. luett McDonald, bro sad mission, she glad to be in her old hero Saturday. Speakers who have as- days with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Mattingly and Dr. home aud, with her home people again. sisted in successfully launching such Hardaway, ther of Mrs. Frank McDonald, of this city, delighted two Misses Fannie Hardaway and Magmovements in other sections of the Urve niitHences here Sunday, preaching The Rev. Mr. Lewis gie Scott attended the Versailles fair grand old commonwealth, will be pres at the Methodist church in the morning Called To Georgia. ent to address the meeting in language last week. Thev will continue their the Baptist church in the evenand at visit several weeks. calculated to arouse tho enthusiasm ing. The congregations were made up Mr. Bradley was called from Meade Friday evening the Rev. Mr. Frank and stir the energy of every man, of Methodists, Baptists, Catholics, county Thursday t'o take up some stock members and Presbyterians. He Lewis was called to Athens-Georgia- , on woman and child along the entire that was out. He should have been is, a Presbyterian and is pastor of an in- account of critical illness of his, mother. route. Do not fail to be on hand to hear called earlier in the season and we Mr. Lewis is pastor of the Methodist stitutional church at Marora, 111. would not have had so many nogs and Sunday morning Mr. McDonald di- church and the only pastor residing how this great enterprise is going to cows on the streets. Christians as well with nearly 2000 people. His work has be handled. This is the opportunity of rected his remarks to Mrs. Katie Kasey is with her son, as those who have not declared them- been heavy during the last year, but a lifetime. Coma and join our forces, . selves so. He gave each one a shoe through it he has made many warm be a pioneer for good roads in th's sec- Orien, at Owensboro. i Misses Pauline Moorman, of Clover-por- t, coum friends among air the denominations. that fit, that tney tion; it is easy to fall in line after the and Mary Moorman, of St. John, in New York or on the farm, and many the street in battle Is on. . This is the time when spent several days last week with their have it on going down men are tried, the approach of the en- uncle, T. R. Moorman and family. L Cloverport today. ' gineering crow is heard In the disMr. McDonald took his sermon from Miss Leah Meador left last week for tance,, the rumble of the rock wagon the eleventh chapter of St.Jfijrtthew West Point to visit her sister, Mrs. T. and the hammer of the blasting is NEW all the way through his discourse he C. Williams. heard afar,wlth pick and shovel brighthung on to those words: "Take my We, of the other two counties, rely furnished and ready at hand. Let yoke upon you". He opened his reby saying that the religion of Farmers' Bank At County Seat every man be prepared and on hand gret that the voters of Meade are trymarks Saturday to help In this first meeting ing to get whiskey back here. Jesus is wonderfully simple and the Progresses And Builds New of the Good Roads Campaign. illustrations and the language, the The Ladies Aid Society meets WedWith this conclusions of Mr. McDonald were so Business House On Old Lot. other sectionsroad completed roads from nesday, August 16. All members lire and Intersecting this pike requested to be present as it is election beautifully simple that his sermon made at different points, will next engage of officers. wonder. those who heard CREDIT TO HARDINSBURG. the attention of our people until withHe pictured a yoke of oxen that he Rev. King assisted by Rev. Adkisson, in a few years, Breckenridge county had seen and worked with when a boy of Louisville, will begin a meeting over on Rough Creek and used their Hardinsburg, Ky. , Aug. 9 (Special ) may have a net work of good roads Aug 21. Everybody invited. length and breadth. struggling up the hills of Breckenridge The Farmers' Bank is now located In throughout her The program will open at 11 a. m. christians trying to part of J. V. Te-- ff 's store, where their The ladles of the Baptist church will as an illustration today. "Are you ola friends, and new ones, too, will re- Speakers are as follows: Walter E. give an ice cream supper Saturday Christ-lif- e live the Rowe,Dean College of Civil Engineer- night, August 19. wearing a collar or have you put onwc the ceive a cordial welcome. He-' University of Kentucky; Mr. he asked. yoke with" Jesus?", A handsome new two story unit brick ing, State C. H. Moormau spent Sunday with plained that unless you have Jesus with building .will be erected on the lot Brown, Editor Louisville Times: Mr. his sister, Mrs. W. A. Hynes? , you every day and every hour that liv- where the old one now stands. It will Geo. Pickett, County Attorney,Shelby-vjlleMrs. Lizzie Prlntlss, of Lexington, Ky.; Mr. Jesse Eskridge, County be tiresome, exasperating be an ornament to the town. ing would Attorney at Hardinsburg. Round spent last week with Mesdames Chas. and painful, no matter how hard vou They hope to have it completed by Scott and Chas Hardaway. Table conducted by Walter E. Rowe. were trying to do right. He said that the first of November. yoke made the burden of housethis iltpUnc hold duties, wasnins mc uuuss, Here From Pineville. light, made business milking the cows LITTLE STORIKS WRITTKN difficulties easy, made the child feel Mr. and Mrs. George Reese and dauthat its broken toy could be mended and made you love every boy in Clo- ghter, Miss Geniveve. and son, George, arrived in Hawesville Saturday to visit verport. HV LOUISE They The subject oflr. McDonald's even- Mr and Mrs. George Bentley. was: "Tremendous Trifles." expect to be the guests cf Mrs. James ing sermon It did great good and every one present Cordrey tomorrow. Mr. Reese is cash' went away, wanting to bear him again. ier of the First State Bank of Pineville, Easy job knocking without a ham-nu- think of paying the preacher for funeral services, but there are some, especially the Breckenridge News hopes and is known as one of the bet an J Later families of the old school, who consider to give some of Mr. McDonald's ideas on most efficient bankers in Kentucky. 000 that they are as much in debt to the pasbrief sketch of his min,- -. church work, a Good manners will take you where tor for his ministering at funeral services isterial. and something of his. personal fine clothes wou't. Try 'em. GUSTON. a they are to the physician. We asked life. ooo the woman how much she had gotten Now is a nice time to set small flower during the year. She was buying a silk Miss Mary Smith has returned home slips and raise them for Christmas gifts. shirt waist. Naturally, we were surMrs. Dowell Dead. from Irvington. Any neighbor ought to appreciate a prised when she said: ''$9." Mrs. Annie Dowell, wife of H.T. DowE. L. Smith attended the Masonic pretty growing plant in December. Lots ell, died of typhoid fever July 10 at her 000 picnic at West Point. u nicer than a handkercheif . home near Sample. She was Did you ever wonder what the inMr. and Mrs. Oscar Rice spent Satur years old anil married Mr. Dowell twenty We itials in certain names stand for? ooo five years ago. The fuueral was conduct- day at Ekron. Post cards are as popular as ever-jud- ging have more surprises in the News office Mrs. Eli Johnson and children are ed by the Rev. Mr. J. R. Shepuetd. from the sale at Nolte's this over persons' names In taking orders Before hver marriage she was Miss in Louisville. summer. They are looking forward to for engraved cards. Samuel P. Conrad Smith. Mm. Dowell was a kind, lovable Miss Jessie Taylor, of Corydon, Ind., a Thursday. 'Some we have heard' that name all our life big sale woraau, a Methodist and a Christian. is visiting Dr. Baxter. c.ald Mr. Eraeil Nolte," can be and not until Friday did we know what cards", tl.flMa. UGl t.i.af.oMil all. 1ni7q ntl(" UC3IU C3 iiu.imu " ' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith have re- kept up a year and no one will buy the initial is for and bet not a man in ' child. turned from a visit of several months In them." Cards of good cheer go faster own can guess. Mr. Conrad was born Mo., and Col than any. He showed us a box of left on a southern steamer at some port His parents were Ki ty Jones Dead. overs. Among them was a big bunch down in Louisanna, Mrs. Mary Coleman had for her he said, we on their way to market at New Orleans. all of one kind. "These," Auat Kitty Jones, a respectable guests the past week: Mr. and Mrs steamer was quite a dissell." On them t ,.1 Ul nt Itpr linmp nn Harry Lloyd, of Louisville; Henry neverMy Dear Father." was printed, Aboard the Kentuckian who became tinguished "To tiA hill Fridav atternoon. one was me Hardaway and daughter, 'of Bullitt very interested in the infant and asked ooo wife of Frank Jones, who at his death county., and Mrs. Lizzie Prentice, of the father, Mr. Henry Conrad, who Is nii'H miuir: wiiilu iiu iof r nor lu Lexington. Think of depending on funerals for now living ut Leavensworth, to name ' the' colored church. She leaves her Alfred Bruner, of Indianapolis, spent your dothes? Not long ago we heard a the baby on for him, The mother con,. mother, "Aunt Mary", who is 82 years a few days last week with Mrs. Oscar preacher's wife say that her husband sented and when she got back home Rice. . UlUi always gave her the money he got for every body called to see the new boy. funeral services. Some people never He had been named Samuel Pepper. non-chur. Rather Have "Taters" nual Session Tribute Paid To George W. Dodson, Originator Of Movement Wins Pay-nesvi- lle 'S ... . While The Press Thunders r. fifty-ssve- Mrs. Dehaven Lingers GLEN DEAN . Miss Nell Moorman leaves thU week to visit Mrs. Dick Owen. i Mrs Ernest Robertson is going to Glasgow soon. Robert E. Moorman expects to attend Mrs. lurks Better. the Etown fair. jfak Jehu Burks, who was critically C. Vic Robertson is atteuding the 1 t W bttn la Louisville last wnek. Lexington fair, It tfemifht ta b out of daagw a ad time "Bread baking 'success Is guaranteed MM htMt for bar reoovory, Her msthw, you use tawisport BEST Flour". '.Km. W. K. BewMMr, U Ml with )wr, if The death of Mrs. Mary Dellaven v?a$ momentarily expected every day last week. Her sister, Mrs. J. F. Harl, of Owensboro, and brother, W. Ri Cumtnlngs, of Falls of Rough, were called to her bedside. Hnr son, Dr. Fred DeHaveri, of Danville, with the 4hernembera of the family, ara with hC now. Mrs. Dellaven's best friends i sorry to know that her sutlering t'reat, but she' has stood it ben Mrs. Maggie Cornwall, and daughter, Miss MarVi of Louisville, are visiting Miss Amanda Dean. Misses Louise and Betsy Moorman, and Daisy Deau, leave Friday for CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION "Whereas, tho recognized authority of tho Democratic party 1ms named Saturday, August 12, 1911, as tho day on which County Muss Conventions uro to bo held in, the different counties of Kentucky for tho purpose of sending delegates to tho Democratic State Convention at Louisville oa August 15, 1911, and, whereas, no call has been issued in Brcckenridgo county, both tho County Chairman and Secretary of tho County Committeo being absent; now, in compliance with the State committcesdirection, tho Democrats of 13reckcnridgo county are hereby called to meet in mas convention at tho Court House in Hardinsburg on Saturday, August 12, 1911, at ono o'clock p. ni., to name delegates to tho Stato Platform Convention and to transact such other business as may regularity come before it. All Democrats aro urged to atterd, Respectfully, N. M. C. Mercer, Committeeman for precinct No, 1, County Democratic Committeo 13. C. Niagara Falls. for Owensboro The Kentucky orroti crop promises to be large, but onions enn't fill the G. VESSELS PRESIDENT void occasioned by the failure of the H. potato crop. As a table necessity, potatoes stand next to bread. Danville The stockholders of the Breckenridge Messenger. and MeHde county Insurance Company held their annual meeting at Irvington Beautiful Lucile Memorial last Thursday to hear reports from oillcers to elect a board of directors William McCrackeu has just finish and attend to other business of the ed a job of handsome work on the company. Reports from oillcers showed that the Lucile Memorial. The interior walls company had done a good business and oftho church have been covered with green "llatcoat". Sunday School was was still growing. Amount of insurheld there Suuday morning, first time ance now in force $S30,773.00. Policies in several weeks as the church has Issued during the year, 135. The Hon. Chas. Blanford was elect been torn up for a great deal of finish ed temporary chairman and Chas. H. ing. Drury. secretary. Secretary Drury read the minutes of last meeting which were approved. He CLOVERPORT also read a report of the business transacted during the year which was EXCITING GAME very satisfactory and approved by a committee consisting of Hon. H. J. Thompson and J. M. Withers. A. M. Hardin made his report as Irvington Defeated On Their Own treasurer. J2. B. Oglesby.Noah Hicks, Diamond In Ten Inning Con- and Hon. V. A. Stith examined same and reported correct. test.Chairman Blanford called the atten tion of the meeting to the death of one (By V. IU of the company's charter members, G. Lns-Stturday the Hejderou Routes W. Dodson. He said no man had done went to Irvington aud won an exciting more for the farmors in this commun ten inning game to the tune of 6 to 5. ity. He was the originator and organ Although the score indicates a close izer of the company and had been a gamr, our boy were never iu any jjreat faithful earnest worker and the stockdinger us tliey outclassed their oppon- holders owed much to him for bringing to their notice a plan to save them thouents at every stage of the contest. Neither Hide had been aide to score sands of dollars and full protection on until the fifth. In this inning M. Tucker, their property. He thought it was due the first man up, missed three uicsones. his memory for this company to adopt HillericU singled to right, pilfered sec suitable resolutions and spread them ond and took third on O'Bryans ground- - on the books of the company as a triber to short, which was fumbled by I). ute to his woith and work as a charter Lyddau. O Bryau was safe at first and member. E. H. Shelman moved that the chair stole second. Jarboe theu iced out a nice single scoring Hillerich. O'Uryau appoint a co umlttee of three to draft went to third and scored on Herndou's suitable resolutions to the memory of wlil throw. Jarboe was caught stealing Mr. Dodson. The chair appointed E. H. Shelsecuud, luitrow singled and Wilson was man, J. E. Monarch and A. M. Hardin out 1. a grounder to short. A The Irvington boys made their first as a committee to report later. run the mxUi on 'triors by lfurrow much discussed resolution was passed and Jarboe. It looked as if the locals continuing the policy of the company would win an easy 2 to game, but the In pacing two thirds of partial looses unexpected happened in the ninth. on all property, Instead of the full Batr singled, stole second aud took amount as advocated by some of the third on Park's sacrifice. Lyon popped policy holders. On motion the chair appointed a comto Hillerich Darr attempted to steal home aud scared on Furrow's error, ty mittee of live to select eleven directors to serve duriug the coming year. W. ing the s:ore. The teuth was a regular slamfest. H Miller, R. T. Coomes, Jas. StClalr, The locals scored four ruus on three John Kennedy and Dan Neafus were singles and a pair of while named. The committee retired and brought Irvington scored three ruus on three singles aud a Beaviu Tuck in the following list as directors: H. er SHved the game for the locals in the G, Vessels, A. M. Hardin, C.H. Drury, tenth by a seusatioual" catch of Lyon's Jas. M. Withers, E. B. Oglesby, W. T. Gregory, Joe Rhodes, A. F. Thompson, fly to center with two otr bases. The feature of the game was the pitch- D. S Neafus, J. L. Greenwell and VV. ing of Hillerich. He only allowed two H. Miller. Same was approved. The next order of business said the hits iu nine itiuiugs. chairman, was to select a place of meeting for next year. It was quite a contest and many ballots were takeu GREGORYS-HAR- T before a place was settled. Finally Paynesvllle was selected over IrvingThe ton, Hardinsburg and Ekron. Popular Girl Married To Louisplace and time Is Paynesvllle ou the ville Man- - Pretty Home Wedding- first Thursday In August 1012, where a welcome will be given and a -Friends From Here cordial free dinner on the ground. This announcement was heartily applauded. Present. The Board of Directors elected the following oillcers to serve next year: A wedding of muchinterest to many H. G. Vessels, President; W. H. Miller friends here was that which took place C.H. Drury, Secretary, in Louisville Thursday evening when and A. M. Hardin, Treasurer. Miss Inez Allen Gregory became the The meeting theu adjourned. bride of Mr. James Hart. The wedplace at the home of the ding took Epworth League Notes. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Grogory, in 15th street, the Rev. Mr. At the August business meeting of Porter of the Third Street Baptist the League f 10 was paid on the parchurch officiating in the ceremony. A, sonage debt, leading the remainder of number of Cloverport friends and 'rela- 125 to be paid. The League has Jlj . tives were guests. Leagur-er- s t ' Mrs. Hart is almost a Cloverport girl, owing to It from back dues.and are working hard to' collect them. having visited her aunt, Mrs. Clyde The League will be led Sunday night Morrison, here many times and has by Miss Elolse Nolte. many admiring friends in this city. Mr. Hart is making u success In rail In Old Virginia. road work in Louisville with the I C, Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Anne R. R. Murray, of this city; Mrs. Morris 15ard aud Miss Mary Frauklln Bard; of HarHenderson Route Notes. dinsburg, and Mrs, GeqrgrWolf, of Louisville, left Monday for HeriwleA, Reduced Rates to Niagara Falls July Va., to spead a moath with Mm. The. 3I, Aug.Ui Aug.lj, B. Aud and Mis Louie Aud, , A. t 1 11 111 1 rs two-lugge- Vice-Presiden- t; C5 IF! a i Great Ten Per Cent Reduction We will sell, as long as they last at ten per cent off, all our stock of Buggies, Surries, and Runabouts. Also at the same reduction all of our Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Screen Doors and Windows and Screen Wire, Lawn Mowers, Lawn Swings and Lawn Settees. We are agents for Hoosicr, Empire and Superior Grain Drills. A full line of Owensboro and Studebaker Wagons at prices to suit all. Drop in and tell us your wants and see if we can't supply them in a satisfactory way IRVINGTON HARDWARE ZZZ: CZLZrl Z AND IMPLEMENT Agricultural CO. Incorporated And Caring IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY For Seed Corn. CTZi TZi ZKZZ C, , O. W. Sanders of Northern Cities I came :5StasS5 Writes Extension-Selecti- ng To The Dear Old News And its Readers: I think I still have a few friends in dear old Breckenridge who would like to hear from me and I can think of no better way of reminding them that I am still in existence than through the columns of the Breckenridge News. On the 11th of May I left my home at Evansville, Ind., for a three months investigation of how the people in the East battle with the hardships of life. (Now friends don't think for a moment that I am touring the east in an Auto, neither am I riding side door sleepers. I am honestly earning my way by the sweat of the brow. My first stop was one night spent in Louisville, the Metroplis of Kentucky, from there I proceeded to Cincinnati, the manufacturing center of Onio, a city noted for its hills and valleys and the terminal of the Ohio river traffic After spending a short while there I started across the state to Akron, Ohio, passing through Dayton with its one the thousand factories (including National Cash Register Co.,) on through Marion with its beautiful residences and clean streets, also where the clink of wine glasses are heard no more. On and on we smoothly glided over the well laid rails of the Erie R. R. until at last we steamed up to the Union Depot at Akron, another town of hills and valleys, consisting of S0.00O people, of which 75 per cent are of foreign decent. This town is the norae of the Ouaker Oats, the world's bett adver tised cereal food. It also consists of the largest rubber industries in the world. The Diamond, The Goodrich and The Goodyear comprise the im portant factories. Examine your auto or bicycle tire and see if it is not made of the populain Akron; tion of this town are dependent on the rubber industries for a living. Barber-to- n, a suburban village, has a great mntch industry. three-fourths Pale Faces weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. I f you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, - CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky.says: "I was so weak I could I suffered, hardly go. nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui. my back hurt awfully. I only welched 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now. I do all my work, and am in tiood health." Begin taking Cardui, today. After spending four weeks in Akron to Cleveland, the metropolis of Ohio. Here I find a city of 600,000 inhabitants, all nationalities of the globe can be found here. This town is noted for its great steel and Wire industries and is claimed to be the largest electrical manufacturing city in the world. It is also the home of "many millionaires and great statesmen. It is called the Forest City, the name being derived from the beautiful shade trees throughEuclid Ave., with its out the city. beautiful lawn shades and residences is said to be the finest residence street in the United States Here in Millionaire Row you can see a beautiful home which was once, (while wealth favored him) the home of Tom L. Johnson, Cleveland's greatest Mayor. Farther out this avenue you will find the once luxurious home of Cassie L. Chadwick, Clevelauds noted Bank wrecker. One block south on Prospect Ave. , you will find the old home of President James A Garfield. On Cedar avenue you may see. the birth place of Wm F. Cody, or "Buffalo Bill". Just keep your seat on the car'a'nd you will soon reach Forest Hill, a beautiful forest consisting of 00 acres of land encircled by a ieven foot steel and iron fence. Upon the summit cf this tract of land you will find a most beautiful residence connected with all the outside world by telegraph and telephone service. In this luxurious home you will find, during the summer months, the richest man in the world, John D. Rockefeller' This city borders on the waters of Lake Erie and has mauv large vessels plying to points in Canada, also Detroit and Buffalo. The freight and passenger traffic is immense, especially through the summer season. Cleveland has many beautiful parks and leads the other larger cities in Boulevards. Automobiling is carried here to its highest pitch. On the Boulevards you may see in the auto line, anything from an eight wheel touring car down to.an electric coupe. We will now go out to the cemetery. In the center, on the highest summit in the cemetery, you will find the memorial monument James A. Garfield. Inside this spacious and beautiful memorial.you may view the. casket of the once great statesman just as it was placed there many years ago. We will now go back to the North Center of Cleveland to the Public Square. This square would be an honor to the city of London. Here is the terminal of all iuterurban cars entering Cleveland and is also the terminal of the city street railway. Here you may get a car for any part of the city. The square is dotted with weather sheds, drinking fountains and all other free accomodations for the public. The drinking fountains are so arranged that no con- tugious germs may not go from one to another. The water is filtered. On the square you can find weather forecast,, weather indicators, Sundials, e and standard clocks. You will find also the Soldiers and Sailors monuments, several buildings and last but not least, lots of newsboys. I took my first trip on a ship a few nights ago and while aboard I visited tlje wireless telegraph station and saw it in operation. Well, as I have but a few more days to remain here I will tell the rest when I see you. O. W. Sanders. bun-timsky-scrap- Every fanner who expects to plant seed corn next ycur of his own raising should select it in the Hold this fall and give it the proper care during the winter. Everyone who is not growing a variety with good breeding behind it should get such a variety beforo another year goes by. Once a productive variety is found, seed should be selected from one's own field rather than buy seed from a distance, as the imported seed is likely to be not so well adapted to local conditions as the'home-growseed. In buying new seed, it is safest to get it from a grower of reputation as near home as possible. Most corn growers select seed from the crib in the spring; therefore it is not possible to know anything about the conditions under which it grew. The whole plant, and not the ear, is the unit of selection. The reasonable way, then, is to go into the field when, the corn is coming into maturity, and select good ears on well developed stalks of the same maturity. The stalk should bo of medium hoight, stocky n Grayson County Fair Leitohfield, Ky. AUG. 15, 16, 17, 18, 1911 i ' ran ,n and vigorous, bearing the ear about four feet from the ground, with a good shank that gives the ear just enough drop to protect it from the rain. Select for two or three stalks in a hill, according as you expect to grow two or three in a hill. An ear that is good with one stulk in a hill might have been poor in competition with other stalks in the hill. See that there are no nubbin or barren stalks closo to the selected plants-- , as they are generally from weak seed, and the selected ear will have been cross fertilized by them. Mark the ears select, ed by tying a tag to them and allow them to mature thoroughly. Gather as soon as mature, husk and hang up in a dry, well ventilated place where there will be no injury by mice. A very good way to hang corn is to string it up so that the ears do not touch each other, very much as boys hang up their popcorn. Select at Uast twice as many ears as will be needed for seed, since many will have to be discarded a not coming up,to the desired type. These points cannot be determined in the field. In the spring beforo planting time, make a germination test of every ear, and discard all weak ones. Select 50 of the finest and strongest cars and shell them together and plant them in a seed block in a place on the farm where they will be leastexposed toyourneich-bor'- s corn. Then select the next year's seed from this block as directed for selecting in the field. Plant each year a seed block by using the best 50 ears. This procedure will improve the yield and quality of your corn. For further information address George Roberts, Agronomis Kentucky Agricultural Expeiiment Station. rs j III Bigger and Better than, ever More Races and More Prem-- H i urn's than any fair in this section. Balloon ascension each day. Many improveOil Roads and Dustless ments to grounds and track Fair For Catalog Address 1 H. H. WILLIS, Ass't. Secretary C. W. B0IILER MARION WEATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE Bonier and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common andFire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. T Mrs. Dieckman Rapidly Recover-ing-Re- v. Winchell Will Soon. Be- gin Revival At Big Spring great struggle succeeded in killing it. It was ten years old and measured over four feet. Mr. Stewart has one of. its fangs, which is a half inch long. Misses Virginia and Julia Kerr, of Louisville, spent a few days last week with their aunt, Mrs. Pike Conn. Mrs. John Dieckman is doing nicely after undergoing an operation last we"ek. Estimates on Application , Rev. J. Winchell will besrin a series Mrs. O A. Short and children, of Rock, Ark., are guests of her of meetings at Big Spring; the latter Little part ot tne week. sister-in-laMrs. Geo. Shively. Miss Leibovitz, of Lewisport, spent a Hewitt Hawkins and two sons, Floyd Unlontown, came few days last week with her sister, Mrs. and Richard, of Thursday to join his wife and children. Litchfield. "Bread baking success is guaranteed They will return home some time this if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. week. Mrs. L. B. McCubbins and little daugnter, Ruth, of California, are Seemed to Qlve Him a New Stomach. guests of Mrs. M. E. McCubbins. "I suffered intensely after eating and Mr. and Mrs. Larur Barkley lett no medicine or treatment I tried' seetned Sunday for their home in Springfield, to do any good," writes H. M. Youug-pete- rs, III. Editor of T;ie Sun, Lake View, Little Georgia McHaswell, of Hads-bur- Ohio. "The first few doses of Chamberis the guest of her lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gave Mrs. M. E. McCubbins. me surprising relief and the second botMiss Lillie Blitz, who has" been visit- tle seemed to give me a new stomach and perfectly good health. " Forsaleby ing her sister, Mrs. W. J. Schopp, Saturday, accompanied by all dealers. home her nelces, Misses Sadie and Aliene Choen, of Louisville. Juterculocis Not In W. t Schopp spent a few days at Tar Now. Springs last week and is very much benefited by his. trip. Seventeen cases of the new disease, There was several from this place attended the dedication at Hltes Run pellagra, are reported In the Lexington lunatic asylum. The disease is conSunday. sidered incurable and not contagious, There h quite a lot of sickness in the State Fair Man Here. community. Several cases of typhoid. but some of the nurses are much alarmed. Winchester News. Traveling Reprejentative of the KenJoe Stewart had quite an exciting The papers are full of reports of peltucky State Fair was In Cloverport last time a few days ago in capturing a rattle lagra case. Poor old tuberculocis is week distributing advertising. He gave snake. He was picking berries when loet sight of and people are now away some classy fans and catchy his little dog attracted hie intention to blng talking pellagra. where the ssake was and alter a very g, SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription to jr l&v i Cloverport, Ky. From now until after the November Election. The Breckenridge News, Would The Knight Let Her, You Reckon? If a typewriter wanted to make a date would the night letter? Caught over the wires by Marion Denton, Operator at the L. H. & St. L. Shops. Cuts and bruises mar be healed in d about the time required by the usual treatment by appljlug Chamberlain's Liniment. It la nu antiseptic and came such injuries to heat without maturation, This liniment also relieve sore-ne- a of the muscles and rheumatic pains. For tale by all dealers. oue-thlr- :: grand-mothe- r, Soothes itching sltiu. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, any itching. Doaii's Ointment. Your druggist sell) it. llagra Haswell Files Suitsv United States District Attorney John P. Haswell, of Hardinsburg, w&a ia the city Wednesday, and while here be filed three suits for The Hardinsbttrjr Bank & Trust Co., as assignee of, the Two States Bank. One is Store, another against Mie Dood Adair anu me toiru against Mrs. Mary AjMirJ The suits are a duplication of siutisr uwuuweeu at tne last terw ec court. Haseoek ClaHe. l.M Ttf 1 tfcl ex ti iiWm 1 S MH JBHK flHHK flMK flMK MM mbm flHNI flHKf MK flMK MM MM MH SWiH SWB 5HRt BWBH HHRl SIWB HWBB WSiR H5WC HRj BBWQ iMIa HMR MKt flMffl H5H8 MM oara 4HHH flHft?flMK? AMR! ASKS IMHKAMHiAMMIflHBftflMMl FOR. H6e Space In Breckenridge News SALE-Th- is Why We Know it Pays to Advertise C,Ve . CLDid you ever meet a person who had never heard of Ivory Soap? No! Ivory soap makers have been advertising for years and years. They are still advertising it must pay or they would drop it. CE,Royal Baking Powder believe in advertising, that is why we are using this space to advertise our business. We have faith in advertising and that is the reason we are offering it think how long that advertised and today nearly every NEWSPAPER you pick up contains an ad. for those absolutely pure materials. It pays or these people wouldn't spend thousands of dollars advertising. Ask any extensive advertisers anywhere and they will tell you that success is due to advertising. you have seen C,Got any old moth-eate- n piece of goods He Wouldn't Advertise in your store? If so, you know you would not sell it for perfect material. There was a man who hustled not Our advertising space is not moth-eateto you. n. To luck he trusted; 1 I C,Mr. Merchant, if you want your store He would not Advertise a dot CL Advertising becomes more valuable known tell people about it a store And so he rusted, every day people are opening their, can't blow its own horn; you must blow And likewise busted. eyes to its merits and are buying it for it and people will soon listen, then get the habit of listening to what you have to say. But like they buy show cases for their stores, Advertisbe sure you have something to advertise then advering appeals, attracts and convinces. tise it. Stick to your word in your ads. and folks will CWrite us for prices on advertising; space, stating size soon learn, to trust them and depend on them to trust and length of time you want ad to run, and we will be them and depend on them for information. glad to quote you prices. JNO. D. BABBAGE, rv Publisher I TO ter, Marie, Mrs. Lucretia Lamb and THEY ALMDEMAND IT two daughters, Misses Elsie and Rebecca, Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. C. Ryan and family, Mrs. Jane Lain, Mrs. Victoria Basham and baby; Messrs B.F.Frank, Cloverport, Like Every City and Robert Brown, George Lamb and J.J. Town in the Union,Receives It. Taul, of Oakland, Cat. Insurlanguid, run-down? E. L Moorman Alleges ance Feel weak, Head Removes Company ache? Stomjich"off"? Just a plain case Organs From Body Of Guy oflazyliver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and Rtouiacb, promotes, digestion, Moorman-Fil- es Suit $5000. parities the blood. CHICAGO COMPANY CHARGED. NOTICE. We have many, subscribers- who can afford to take the News one .year, who are subscribing- for it every three months. We wish all who can conveniently give us yearly subscription, would do so, as it is quite a little work to change the dates so often and frequently you miss copies of the paper. Thanking you for favoring us in this way, I a!m, Respectfully, John D. Babbage. - Aug. 3. Charging Los Angeles, local surgeons of the Continental Casualty Company, of Chicago, with having taken from the body of. his dead brother. Guy T. Moorman, its lungs, heart, kidneys, stomach, fpinal cord, part of the backbone and various other vital parts during an autopsy, E. L. Moorman, of Beloit, Wis., filed suit today against the insurance organization for fS.OOO and asks the return of the ilssing parts of his dead brother's body. Moorman alleges that when his broth- M er's tody reached Kentucky, his old .. hnrno it. waa nnintnirr more man u no- tuviuv, He claims the cpmpany low frame parts so his sister would removed the t be unable to prove that death was accidental and collect the 15,000. A well knowu Des Moines woman after suffering miserably for two days from .bowel complaint, was cured by one dose ot Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Hnd D arrhoea Remedy. For sale by all dealers. accident insurance Dr Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All druggists sell it. Cheapest Doing Big Business. The Cloverport Ice riant is doing a large business every day in the week. "We pull forty cakes a day", said Mr. Chas. Warfield Saturday and he showed it was no cool job as one might expect., Mr. Marion Behen says that ice is shipped all over the county and it keeps a force of seven men busy to keep up Squire Bates Surprised. (Special) Friends and neighbors gathered at the residence of Squire T. M. Bates on Wednesday, July 26th with well illled baskets of the good things of this life. The occasion being the fiftieth anniversary of his birth. The intention was to surprise him with-- fine birthday dinner. Every thing was planned and executed by Mrs. Isaar Wells, and was a decided success, there being about HQ persons present, and the host did not dream that he would have company that day at all. Those present wre: Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Wells. Mr. MtMMl Mrs. George Brown, Mr. and Mrs I. T. Pate, Mrs. Beatrice Tinlus and tov) little daughters, Mr. James Brick- two daughters, Jessie May and V9 te, Prof. Janes McGovernand sis- ' thr supply. Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera uiidDlarrhoea Remedy. It Isaluiost certain to be needed before the summer is over. This remedy has no superior. For sale by all dealers, Free, Ky., August 2, Injured Saturday. Jim Boling got his foot severely injured at the L. H. & St. L. shops SatHe is foreman on the urday morning. Ditcher. He has a large acquaintance who hope his Injuries will soon heal. An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as arnle, becured by a single dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no superior for bowei complaints. For sale by all dealers. a county as a unit, let reasonable people think for a moment whether th.y desire such a law. The Republican State convention inserted the following plank: ''We demand a compliance with the plain requirements of the Constitution by the enactment of a uniform local opPeuple with kidney ills want to be tion law, with the county as a governing cured. When one suffers the tortures of unit."' an aching back, relief is eagerly sought There are those who will clamor for for. There are many remedies a similar provision in the Democratic that relieve, but do not cure. Doan's State platform. Kidney Pills have cured thousands. But do reasonable people want it? Here Is proof: Think for a moment. Pleasant A. Scruggs, of "26 HathaA local option bill with the county as way St., Owensboro. Ky., 'says: "For the governing unit would mean that two vears I was afllieted with I idney smaller subdivisions of a county could trouble. I suffered severely from pains neither vote for the sale or the nonsale in the small of my back which were of liquors. It would thus turn aroutfd. greatly aggravated when stooping or that in many counties of the State, poslifting. I could obtain no rest and con- sibly in Warren when the wave of fa. sequently arose in the morning feeling naticlsm dies out.tWata vote would perso lame and tired that it was hard for mit the sale of liquors at every point me to get around. I felt languid and within the county. A community which nervous and the least exertion tired me. does not want the sale of liquors withHeadaches and dizzy spells also added in its borders would be compelled to to my atllictlons and I was annoyed by stand for It if outvoted by the est of spots appearing before my eyes. The the county. kidney secretions were too frequent in A notable example is that of Nelson passage and caused me to arise at night. county. A number of country precir.cts Hearirrg of Doan's Kidney Pills, I pro- voted against the sale of liquors. When cured a box and in about a week I was the county voted as a unit the county relieved. I continued taking this rem- voted against prohibition. But under edy until I was completely cured." the provisions of the present law, those For sale by all dealers. Price 50 precincts that had previously v.ted it cents. Co., Buffalo, out were not affected. They enjoyed New York, sole agents for the United their previous prohibition predilection. States. Under such a law as proposed by the Remember the name Doan's and Republican convention whisky could take no other. now be sold at any point in Nelson county from Bloomlleld to Ciethsemanl. If a county vote should govern in Mrs. Jackson Improved. Fayette. Jefferson, Kenton and Campbell, there would be no inhiThe friends of Mrs. Viola Jackson, bition to the establishment of a saloon who have been so kind and thoughtful in every crossroads in the remotest of her during her lenghty illness, will parts of these counties The present local option law Is strinbe glad to hear that she is convalescent. Mrs. Jackson sat up awhile Saturday. gent and gives every advantage to those communities which do not desire the sale of liquors. However large a majority against prohibition should be A In any county, the precinct or municiFJUEEJDBUND pality thathad previously voted against its sale would not bo affected until the period had elapsod, and The Rank Republican Plan To three-yea- r even then the territory would have anDeceive And Carry Kentucky. other chance to regulate its own affairs. Now, really, do you think you want "a uniform local option bill with the (Bowling Green Messenger.) county as the governing unit?" Outside of the fact that the present Constitution of Kentucky at no place NOTICE requires the enactmentof a law providPlease do not ask vs to publish card ing for a law to prohibit or regulate the sale of liquors on the basis of the of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free to-da- y 1 RURAL TELEPHONESl8 Mr. JJurmer, tire you interested? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND If t TEIEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY The Aftermath of being a his money away wastefully. spendthrift is rather unpleasant. It usually means poverty to the man who throws Better let us take care of it for you in the vaults of this bank We pay interest on time deposits. FIRST STATE BANK, Foster-Milbur- n J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier x For Safekeeping The vaults of this bank are an ideal depository for business men and others who appreciate the advantage of a checking account with a strong bank. Our courteous and accurate service, lind the security afforded, make such a connection a real business convenience. Won't you come in and see us 11- bout starting an account? THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburg, Ky. J. D. SHAW, Cashier. See Us forDuatpeto Job Work f lot of other monoy belonging to Mr Grcon Beard, who was county Mr. Beard said that he sheriff (hen, and who has told this story. He fled to the CO. nt the timo and saw what was coming. wns pioscnt JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING G. Ilaswcll, a Union man, woods. Who wouldn't? The late James Issued Every Wednesday. fled with him. Mr. Beard says ho was afriid tho Guerillas would get his fine hoi sc and a fine hoiso then was like a real friend. In the placo of this old land mark at Hardinsburg, a hew buildwill bo completed by November the ing o Hist. The material will bo tho unit brick laid with black mortar, CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 1911 something unlike any other building in the county. Perhaps Mr. Green Beard might give a sigh when ho sees the Subscription Price $1.00 n yenr in ndvnncc. last briok knocked down, but his heart is young enough to rojoico LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd 5 cents for cncli nd with us as the younger hands turn the wheels of progress in Brock-ridg- e BUSINESS . , ditional insertion. at tho county scat. CAKDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for nt tho rate of Do you know what it takes to make a good fair? Editor Breck10 cents per line. inridge, of the Lexington Herald, says: "Every community in which OBITUAKIES charged for nt tho rate of 5 cents per line, money there is a fair ought to support that fair to tho fullest extent." 'Tis n advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please true our people dont appreciate what a great benefit a good fair is to ' our county. At Lancaster two weeks ago, Vic uonertson said it was notify us. one of the best fairs ho over attended. Ho said every man and woman in tho county seemed to bo there, not onry in person, but had their THE 11A7JXG OF THE OLD BAJs'K Al THE COUXT1" SEAT stock there, regardless of whether it was good or bad. When our All over the South the old veterane arc now celebrating the people becomo generous in thought and are willing to take stops to Fiftieth Anniversary of the Civil Wnr and will continue for four show what they have, whether it is the best or not, then our fair will years. The are fighting their heroic battles over and throughout boa success and a benefit, Take your horso and your colt oi' anything tho entire country, tho boys of blue and the gray are narrating their you have. It will show your interest. It's not the premium so much experiences during the great conflict between our own North and our as it is your effort in helping along a great public enterprise. own South. There should bo a largo delegation of Democrats at tho Conven The razing of the old brick building, for years occupied by tho It has boon many Bank of Hardinsburg, brings to light an exciting war time tion which meets at Hardinsburg next Saturday. Farmers years since the party has had an opportunity to get together in a mass who is past eighty-siincident remembered by Mr. Green Beard, convention, and wo hope they will turn out from every section of tho years young. The old brick was built in 1854, by John Dean, grand-fathe- r of county nnd make the meeting one of unusual interest. Besides the lion. D. C. Moorman, Jesse Moorman and J. D. Beeler. It was a work of sending delegates to the State convention, we wish to name a pDpular stand, being on the corner on the Court House square. Every candidate to make the race for the Legislature, and in his matter man who came on horse-bac- k or in a carriage with his family to the eveiy Democrat should havo a voice. The News hopes that tho party county seat and every hare-foboy stopped or passed by tho biggest will not overlook this important gathering, and lot tho delegates at tend from every precinct in the count). store in town. Ilensley & Beard were the merchants who occupied the building Dress up in your best bib and tucker for tho barbecue tomorrow! at that time. They kept everything from a shoe string to a rine Cloverport knows how to open her hearts and homes to visitors, and rag carpet. "During war times", said Mr. Green Beard, "Frank Beard, partner of the firm, was standing in his store door one day. A that is why they love the town so well. Wo are .glad to have the opGuerrilla p:irty came up to him and as quick as lightning snatched portunity to extend hospitality to our friends from a distance. This his gold, watch from his pocket''. Think of anyone doing that today! annual Masons' picnic is when Cloverport takes time to give everyone ' It was just as exciting then and half the time men were not surpris- a cordial welcome and a glass of lemonade on the side. ed to see a citizen with his hair standing straight up on his head. Yesterday Mr. llardaway brought us four fine tomatocs--jus- t Scared, yes, scared crazy! You would be too if strangers came and demanded keys to your safe. The Guerillas demanded the keys to enough to co round over home. Thev were on one stalk and lust the store safe. Mr. Beard, tried to ward them off by saying that he lncked four ounces weighing four pounds. Tho Hard'iway garden did not always carry the kej's. That was like putting a chip of ice has beat ours all to pieces this season. Thanks to Mi. llardaway for on a hot stove and the Guerillas pointed a six shooter at Mr. Beard. that treat and thanks to Mrs. Bob Pierce for that glass of delicious If the keys had turned to a bunch of Mr. Beard could grape pickle. Any Methodist preacher could envy us! not have pulled them out of his pocket quicker. The Guerillas opened the safe and took $3000 in ca?h, besides a Another great event to tho good people of Breckenridgc county is THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, EIGHT PAGES. PUBLIC SALE OI Jersey Cattle during the fair at Hardinsburg, Ky. Salo will tako placo immediately after tho Jersey Cattle show oh tho morning of tho last day, AUGUST 24th. This is by far tho best lot of Jersey's I hifvo over owned, and any ono desiring a high class butter cow will do well to attend this sale. Cows nro two nnd four years old, all in full milk. A number of high-clas- s Heifer Calves will bo offered, sired by Mr. Jackson a registered bull richly bred and a. fine individual. Mr. Jackson has served me three years, which is as long as I can uso him. Ho will be offered also. Hois out of Adrina second by Adrina's Fox, he by Flying Fox; so this bull is a grandson of tho great FJying Fox, ono of tho greatest sires known to Jersey breeders. For further particulars, address 4 P. M. BEARD :- -: Hardinsburg, Ky. x the Kingswood Encampment, which begins next Tuesday. "The sole object of this meeting", says tho Rev. J. W. Hughes, "is tho glory of God, the conversion of sinners and the edification of the fully saved.'5' The meeting should have a largo attendance. ot Saturday at Irvington will be tho most important day for the future welfare of Breckenridge county. Everyone interested in the good roads movement should attend tho barbecue and the convention, as announced in this issue. Judge O'Kear's insincerity as displayed in his speech at the Phoenix. Hill Convention in slobbering over Bradley is costing him thousands of votes all over the state. The Catholic picnic at Hardinsburg last Saturday was a splendid success socially and financially. $500. being the net profits. - Splendid rains reported from all over the county Monday. Farmers are especially delighted so are we town people. Judge O'Kear will open his campaign atElizabethtown nextMon day. His speech will appear in this paper. Road overseers should read the article on road building printed in this issue. rattle-snake- s Our County Fair! Hardinsburg, August 22, 23, 24, 1911 3 Amusement, Profit and M m , Clean, Moral, Agricultural Ex- hibition. Something to Suit the, A 3 Three Great Days Gf Pleasure ALL RINGS AND RACES TO BE JUDGED BY EXPERTS Our Premiums this Year Justify the Statement that at Hardinsburg you will see the Finest Collection of Beef and Dairy Cattle in the State Taste of Everybody. SEE BIG CATTLE SHOW f V Big Premiums on Mules, Hogs and Sheep Second Day First Day Third Day LOUISVILLE DAY BREBKINRIDGE COUNTY DAY DERBY DAY No gambling devices permitted on the grounds and no intoxicants sold. Floral Hall and Poultry Department Special Features. Special Train Service and Reduced Rates on Railroads. Train stops at Fair Grounds. The noted Balloonist, will make a balloon ascension and Co L. Parachute Leap each day at 2:30 p. m. Don't miss it! PROF. PARKER, A. T. BEARD, President - JNO. M. SKILLMAN, Secretary K Riiiiblt -- Remerfy FOM -f vs? ri-r- t .Tf. -y s?- - CATARRH Ely's Craam Balm It qcricklf abnrbtd. Hvi Relief at Once. K cleanses, soothes, beflls and protects the diseased mem brane resulting from Catarrh ami drlveq away aCold in tho llcad quickly. Itotores the Senses of Taste and Siuoll. Full sizo 50 cts. at Druggists or by mall. Liquid Oream BMm for use in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE SOME TIMELY SUGGES- TIONS ON GOOD ROADS f By Hodman Hansbrouali In rnrmets HomcJournil I Much is being written regarding State heads nre usually better than one. Then for road worK, it is oest to repair the worst places first. aid ami supervision which is alright and probably will ul uo not dump your rock just any where timately prevail, but while we are wait that it can be used. First make sure ing for such aid, it is well to remem- that you won't miss some place that ber that much improvmentcan be made needs it worse Then you are on the in the present system by more intelli right track. Also, do not (as some do) place the gent work on the part of the individual contractor. Don't think that lack of piles regularly just so many. feet apart, "metal'' h the only, or even the chief without regard to the condition of the Carelessness pike, unless you have plenty of rock. cause of our bad roads. In applying, are Because If spread thick at each pile, nnd lack of judgment far worse. Of course, no one can ex- the spaces between will collect and hold pect to make a pike without rock, but water (the pikes greatest enemy.) And isn't it better and cheaper to Improve it spread thin, does not pack together the quality of the work, than to in- to make a smooth surface which is essential to good roads. Better leave the crease the quantity? over 400 best portions alone and "double up" on In this county, Shelby, with miles of turn pike, experience has the worst. 'aught us that even with the highest Rock should bespread at least three tax rate allowed by law, we cannot get layers deep In order to pack down and keen our roads in good condition smooth, therefore the larger and thin-e- r the rock, the rougher and weaker except whet ewe employ the most effi But then it can be done. the surface will be. Usually, the farther clent methods. Here are a few ideas cotten from ex out in the country, the larger the rock is broken; just where, with the lighter perience and observation: travel it should be the opposite. Some If we expect to have better roads, men seem to think that "doing good to more attention must be paid to details the road" means leaving the surface as It is a fact, thatsome men, with a given rough and jagged as possible. Thus amount of metal, will benefit the pikes we often see a bit of pike on which rock permanently and temporarily was put a year less.both before, and which has than others will with half the amount, never become smooth. It was spread I have seen contractors put rock thick thin the whole width of the pike, leavon the best portions of the pike, and ing no smooth strip along the edge so to not having enough, at that rate, that the travel might work toward the go round," leave some of the very middle, smoothing as it goes, but on worst daces without any for another the other hand the travel cuts the ruts work? Yet it vear. Is that Intellicent down in the same old places and makes gees on regularly. the ridge higher and forces much rock Gentlemen, let us use more "head- - out in the ditches to be' washed away, work " If we contract for the work, or to fill the ditches so that the rains we should try to place the rock to the may wash down the middle of the pike. verv best advantage, with an eye to Always srread rock in the middle or on present needs and also for better p- -r the lower side, in strips running lengthmanent results. Let us try to do just a wise of the road, always keeping the little better than the "other fellow, middle higher than the sides. Never For do leave flat and hollow places. Remember and take a pride in our work. not the roads belong to us as well as to the secret of keeping a road good, is anv one else, and isn't it partly our having "a tight roof and a dry cellar." own money being expended in their un In most cases that I have observed, keep? nbout 100 per cent, improvement could Let us try to get the worth of it for be made by proper spreading alone. ourselves and our neighbors, as we are Efficiency is the keynote of success in the most directly effected by the con- this as 'n any other business. dition of the roads. In conclusion,, I believe that the roads Before beginning work, go carefully will improve in proportion to the skill over your allotment, noting just where and intelligence used in maintaining, the rock should be put and how much rather than by an increased appropriacan be spared on each particular sec- tion of money, which might in some tion. If possible, have someone else cases mean only more waste. Shelbyville, Ky. of experience assist you in this, as two I W a. r t s . A New Line of Ladies To A man or woman In each locality. Join tho Supremo Council of this society Introdueo our Hcneflt Certificates and among friends and acquaintances. Must 1)0 between Ui nnd GO years of age. Olve all or only spare tlmo. Wo pay cash benefits for slrkncss, Injuries, accidents and deaths. Kxpcrlenco not necessary. Can make ftom 0.00 to $2X.OO a month and un. A pleasant and highly profitable profession. Hvery member secured means n certain assured Income for you every month thereafter Why not got Into business for yourself NOW? No capital needed. Bend for particulars. WANTED Reedy - Made Voile and GENERAL ( NEW YORK AND CHICAGO CITIES OFFICES BOX LA-29- 3, COVINGTON, KY. Panama Dress Skirts Let Us Show You CLOVERPORT, KY. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL 15he Breckenridge News. AUG. 0, 1911 Ky. Sliropsliiredown Sheep for Sale REOISTKUEI) herd bucks registered and liunti; lilgli jxnde yearling bucks; grade ewes W A. STITII, Uuston, KJ1IH Lost LOST-Ott- of Gold Cuff Button. WEDNESDAY, a null Crick brldeo next to river. 2 will be paid for return of button in pood condition to tho L, Horsey, HrcckenrldireNewHOrtoJudKrt.l, . Henderson, Kv. :OU S A LK- -A t:ln No. HP. Monday sold culT button Just below ( LOCAL BREVITIES I the ' Miss May Zlckle, of Louisville, Mlsrf Ola is locntiHl In Ken C Clarkson furtn, owned by Mrs. Ji. H. Kemper and Mrs. A. M. llHrdawav. of Mlnot. .S. I). Will sell as u whole or In two parts. Terms reasonable; for further Information call on or address. HEN C. C (..AUK-SO- For Sale bout 500 acres line fertile land iiltr .wnrlntf Vutlnv. tinrt nf Peasant Waists S2.50 to $10.00 $1.50 HlBprinn, Ky. SALE A here. Fallon has returned from Chicago. For Sale FOIl pair. J. P. Ditzenbaugh has returned to Louisville. Miss Letitia Chapin is home from power stationery EntrliH'! Wutklns in fund IlreckenrldRu News, Clovcrport, Ky. 15 liori-- r. J. m C. NOLTE & BRO. For' Sale OKSALE-Deeds, Irvington. Miss Annie Raitt has returned home from Cincinnati. The ten cent store wilj be open barbecue day. Call! W. T. Halliday was here and at Tar Springs last week. Chad McCracken attended the game of leiral hllinlift. Clovcrport, Ky. For Sale MortKaifes and all kinds pit Vnurd Scholarship In In unv University, cooil memor uiai university. Cloverport, Ky. colt Green SALE-Scholar- iblp tlie HowllnR Mim in Building Material Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you at Irvington Saturday. Miss Susie Newton spent Sunday in Tobinsport with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone spent Wednesday in Louisville. William Blackburn White has returned home from Louisville. Send us the names of your barbecue day visitors News Editor. Mr. and Mrs. Selby McCracken spent Saturday in Louisville. The ten cent store will be open bar-"bec- ue Toilet Articles, Face Powder, Talcum Powder, and Creams' I day. Call! , Mrs. Manie Moorman, of.Hardins-burpis the guest of relatives. Mrs. Edwin Bell and Miss Ida White arrived from Memphis Saturday. Miss Cora Moore, of Hawesville, was here Sundav to see Miss Minnie Emery. Mice 'EMith Wleonhprrr hns returned Jfroni a three weeks visit to Tell City. Mis' Fay Porter, of Champaign. III., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. G.M.Mullen. j AT COST GIBSON & SON only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. Eva Katharine, of Cannelton, have been guests of Mrs. Chas. May. Word was received last week of the death of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heyser, of Cincinnati. Miss Mary Owen Oelze went to Louisville Friday to- - visit the home of Mr. O'Connell spent Sunday at Addison.Ky. and Mrs. Robert E. Woods. Julius Hardin is visiting at the couMisses Florence and Addie Fairleigh, ntry home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike of Louisville, arc visiting Miss Bessie Hen-'dricks. Miss Lucy Adams, f.visiting her grand-mother, of Louisville, is Mrs. Nannie iFerry. Mr. Donaldson, of Bowling Green, the guest of Miss Mary Jarbo'e (Sunday. "was '.l Frank Blake, of Hbrdinsburg, has &een tne guest oi nis sister, miss .. . ... x.!r: Blake. Mrs. Hudson and Miss Virginia of nuu-so- n, Versailles, are guests of Mrs. J. D. Gregory. Mrs. Hannah Burk, of Victoria, was rthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. O'Connell last week. .Frank Plank and younger brother, Roy Plank, leave this week for Iowa to visit relatives. ; Mrs. Harry Hills and children, of Richmond, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Oelze. $ Miss Bessie Tate and brother. Thur-Wof Kirk, attended the dedication ,at Hltes Run Sunday. l' Miss Mary Jarboe, of Bowling Green, .has been visiting her parents, Mr. and ;Mrs.' John C. Jarboe. i Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and son, John Arthur were week end guests of relatives in Waitman. .' Mrs. Katheriue May and daughter, ' n, '. Simms, if Bowling Green. Mrs. Conrad Sipple was down in town Sunday and Monday Hfter a prolonged illness. She is delighted to be well and to be with her friends again. Miss Lillian Young, of Stanley, arrived Saturday to visit at the home of Mr. Jim Young, on the pike. Mrs. Joe Harpole and daughter, Margaret Moorman, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Leonard Oelze. Leo HalTey and Miss Susie Haffey went to Free, Ky , Sunday to .visit their sister, Mrs. Claud Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman Elizabeth Skillman, of Morgan field, will attend the barbecue. an-Mi- sued 200 handsome invitations to their annual barbecue hop Thursday night. Thev are expecting a targe acceptance. Mr. Hickerson, of Wltchlta, Kansas, Buren Hardin spent Saturday and has been the guest of Mrs. Gilliland at her home in Eastland. He is in Meade Sunday at Mook the guest of Joe Pyle. county this week to see his father who Miss Verna Bennette and Hunter Hen- is ill. ninger attended the dedication of New , Miss Jane Hambleton returned to Salem church Sunday. Misses Marie Burch, Bonnavier Kell Louisville Friday. She finishes her training at Norton's Infirmary next and Emma Kinzer went to Harned Sat May Her work has been unusually urday evening. comDlimented by superiors in her Mrs.F. A.Peake and Miss Zella Warner went to Hardinsburg Friday. Don't forget the annual Camp meetJohn BrJggs McGutl'ln, the adopted Everybody cordially sen of Wilbur McGuffin, of Louisville, ing August will make his home with Mr. and Mrs invited. Bread baking is guaranteed a success James Cordrey, of this City. He is a fine boy and is loved by young and old if you use Lewisport BEST Flour, 15-2- West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky i fjs Np JDigger ana retter man n,ver JNIJNTJHL AJN JN U AJL Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVILLE... SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. in -- Cloverport Miss Anne faterrett Jorboe gave a beautiful dinner" Thursday evening at 'S SALE -Hart Mrs. Wni.IIolIious attended the Gregorywedding in Louisville. The bridal couple is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Carr and little Dorothy Carr, of Elizabethtown, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Keith. grand-daughter, Jim. Doling came down immefrom Irvington Saturday to see diately her husband who was operated on at Mrs. Simons' Infirmary Send your order for engraved cards at The News Office Prices from one dollar to three dollars. Fifty cents for making 50 cards from plate. The young men of Clovcrport have Is Dr. THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized OUR RECORD: An six o'clock In honor of Miss Jennie Mabel Harris. The guests Included BreCKenridge Circuit Court Kentucky. Misses Rebecca and Martha Willisi C. R. Mattingly, Hlalntlll' ) mm o. Miss Katherine Moorman. against Benjamin ficuchens&C ,Delt. ) By virture of a judgement and order KIN0SW00D. of sale of Breckenriage Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, lull.Jn the above cause, for the sum ol live A. M. Hughes has returned from Ill- hundred dollars, (fsOO.UOJ.wlth Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum inois. from the lirst day of March, lgll, until Mrs. Florence Bennett spent the week paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to oiler for sale at the Court end at Brandenburg. House door in Hardinsburg.to tho highRev. J. W. Hughes and daughter, est bidder, at Public Auction, on MonMary, Mr. and Mrs. S.S. Furrow, Miss day the 28th day ot August, 1012 at Marie Buret), Mrs. Kell, Missos Lula one o'clock p. m.. or thereabout (oelng Court day), and Bonpavler Kell and Mr. T.G, Col- County the followiug upon a credit of six months properlins attended the dedication at New ty to wit: A certain aocrluea parcel of tract or Salem Sunday.land situated in Breckenridge county Rev. Jessie Galloway left Saturday Kentucky.on the Cloverport and Bowling Green Komi one and one half miles for Chennult, where he will assist Rev. North of the Falls of Rough, and is further known as the 1'rantt Tuttlc Jarboi in a revival. farm. Beginning at a post oak John Eskrldge N. E. corner; thence S. 23 poles to a black oak and gum on a small branch, thence N. 57, E. 101' poles to a stone; thence N. 39 W. 8 J poles to a white oak on a ridge; thence V9 poles to a black oak with S. pointers on a hill sidejthence S. 4J4W. to a white oak stump near the btate road; tnence S. 20 E. 76?.i poles to a' stone with pointers, to the beglnlng. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear1872 ing legal lutercst from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. L in retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidder will be prepared to complv - I'LL BE THERE ! --- WILL YOU? THRILLING FREE ACTS DA1LY--RACIN- G - - LIVE STOCK SHOW--FIN- E HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC--CLEA- N MIDWAY - EDUCATION- HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to UL PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, OP TAX NOTICE meet the Tax Payers of the Third and Fourth districts atthe following places: I will Irvington Webster Loci i burg Stephensport Chenault Mooleyville Hrymire Aug. 30 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never 6caled a check. promptly with Approximated er. coH $715.05. debt, interest and Lee Walls, Commission- these terms. Sept. Sept 7 Sept Sept 12 1 sept. Sept. I 5 1 1 4 to collect your taxes absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 3 per cent on Time Deposits A New Name For It Some old fellow drifted in town the other day and called the ten cent store BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No, 1 S. W. Bacssett, D. S. "the dime store". v. 1 ft t with angry ew dastard, whom may !ixl confound, ' sat again, tatttlH passed a letter across Adelaide lnf phiisls: (Tunnel's hand." he panted out "I "No!" snw him. but I didn't take It In. 1 "Yet yow recognize these?" "Why nhuuldn't I? They're mine. wnsn't thinking. I was" Only I dotrt wear them any more. "Wbo broke the glasses," urged his You must have Dr, Owen's Office, Main Street relentless Inquisitor, "ono at your They're done for. Hours: 8 to 12 a, m. 1 to 5 p. m, mate, one nt tanners ana ono nt tne i rooted them out from some closet" "Mr. Cumberlnrid."-t- he district athead of the board where sat your sisCloverport, Ky. torney wns very serious "this hat and ter Adelaide?" I tell these things? old us they are, were worn "Must Have It this coat then! I lea veti knows I think of It into town from your house that night Wo can enough not to be afraid to speak It This we know absolutely Marion out In words. Adelaldo never bad even trace them to the clubhouse," GREEN Mechanically, not spontaneously this much patience with me. She was a girl who only saw one way, wbllo I j time, tbe yuuug man rose to bis feet CopyrlxM. 1910. wanted pleasure, a free tlmo and n staring first nt the man who bad utBy Ann Klhrine Rohllt good drink whenever tho fancy took tered these words., then nt the gar me. You know what I aln. Dr. Pcrrj, ments which Sweetwater still hold ln Cloverport, and everybody In town knows, but tho view. Impulse which has always ruled mo "1 don't know anything about It," was not a downright evil one. or If It were the words wltb which he sought "No." a nTirn VT Suo wns mlRlity peremptory, and, was i called It natural independence to escape rrora the net which had been I C2 CUTIIBERT nOAD. The lamp In the coroner's room shono and let It go at that. But Adelaide tbus deftly cast about bim. "I didn't whnt wog morp she was ln ft g,.cat WEETWATER was soon at tho hurry t0 Cet rid of Mm. This hasto dully on the perturbed faces of tbreo suffered. I didn't understand It and Lwcar the things. Anybody can tell bottom or tue uiil, wnero mo j nnrj the anxious car she turned to- - anxious men. They had been talking I didn't care n Mg for It but she did you wbat clothes I came homo ln. street taking a turn, plunged . war( the hall enlightened him as to earnestly nnd long, but were now lmpa suffer. God forgive me!" Ranelagh may have borrowed" blm nt once Into a thickly pop the situation. There was some ono tlcntly awaiting the appearance of a He stopped and mopped his fore"Rnnelngb wore bis own coat and As this was still tho within hearing or liable to como within fourth party. ulatod district. head. "That afternoon." he presently bat Mr. Cumberland, you have told residence quarter, he passed on until hearing wbo possibly was not so stiff The district attorney courted tho resumed, "she was keyed up moro us that you didn't know at the time bo gained the heart of the town and under temptation. light nnd sat where he would be tbo than usual. She loved rianolagb, and nnd can't remember now, where you tho region of the saloons. Ilcro ho Changing bis tactics, be turned his first seen by any ono entering. Far- - he bad played or was playing her spent thlit night and most of the next blackened pace aud consulted a memback on the snuggery nnd surveyed ther back nud rather behind the lamp ' false. She saw him look nt Carmel. morning. All you can remember 1b orandum bo had mado while talking tbe offended woman with Just n touch than In rront of It stood or sat. as bis and she snw Carmel look at him. that It wns In some place where they to Ilexford. restlessness prompted. Coroner Perry, j Then her eyes fell ou me. I was e let you drink all you wished and leave of maudlin sentiment. old friend of Amasa Cumberland, It was not his Intention to revisit tho gry angry at them nll-a- nd I wanted "I say." ho cried. Just loud enough to Twenty years' oxpoiiencfe in fancy took you, and not bewhen places so thoroughly overhauled by attract the attention of any ono within with whose son be bad now to do. ' a drink. It was not ber habit to have fore. the was none of your It usual the execution list, ear shot, "you're a mighty One wo Behind him and still farther ln tbo wine on tin table, but sometimes tho police. lie carried another of haunts. You dreaded to have your that of certain small groceries and man nnd the boss of this hero estab shadow could be seen tbe quiet flguro when Ranelagh was there sbo did. sister know how soon you could eshotels, where a lishment, that's evident I'd like to see of Sweetwntcr. All counted the min- - She wns n slave to Ranelngh. 'Ring quiet, unobtrusive cape tbe Influence of that moment Deeds, iyiortgages, Conman could Hud a private room ln which the man wbo could say no to you. utes and all showed relief, tho coroner i tho bell.' I ordered, 'and have In the You wished to drink your fill nnd leave o drink alone. It being Sweetwater's lie's never sat In that 'ere cashier's by a loud sigh, when tbo door finally t champagne. I want to drlnlc to vour your family none the wiser. Am I legal conviction that in such a place, and seat where you be. of that I'm dead opened nud an otllcer appeared, follow- - marriage and the happy days In prosa place only, would be found sure. He wouldn't care for Overs if ed by tbe lounging form of Adelaide's j poet for us all.' It wns brutal, and I not right?" ln such "Yes. It's plain enough, isn't it? the tokens of those solitary hours spent you didn't nor for tens either." brother. knew It. hut I wns reckless nnd wild by Arthur Cumberland between tho Arthur Cumberland bad como unwlll- - for the wine. So. I guess, wns Rnne- - "Why harp on that string?" He began to edge toward tbe door, "You cannot remember tho saloon time of bis sister's murder and bis re- always eying her and always speak- Ingly. and his dissatisfaction did not , lagb. for he smiled nt her. nnd she in which you drank. That's possible appearance the next day. ing loudly In ndmlrdbly acted tipsy Improve his naturally neavy counte rang for the champagne When tbo enough, Prices Reasonable fotfirst-clas- s but perhaps you can rememnance. "I call this hard." be burst glasses had heen set beside each plate He asked the flrst passerby the way unconsciousness of the fact ber what they gavo you. Was It alley. to nubbell's "I'm a man who likes my own way forth. "My place Is at home and at she turned toward Carmel. 'We will Work It was a mile off. "That settles It." as well ns anybody, but I never quar- the bedside of my suffering sister, and all drink.' sbp said, 'to my coming whisky, rum, nbslntb or what?' question took bis irritable lisThe "Besides. I rel with a woman. I'm going, missus; you drag me down here at 0 o'clock at mnrrlage.' muttered Sweetwater. This mado Carmel turn night to answer questions about things pale, for Adelaide had never been tener by surprise. Arthur gasped and doubt if be would go Into an alley. I'm going. Oh!" Tho man has sunk low, but hardly so am completely Ignorant known to drink a drop of liquor In tried to steal some comfort from CoroThe man who had cutered was small of which low. as that. What's tho next address almost to the point of being a manikin, I've said all I have to say about tho her life. I felt n little queer myself. ner Perry's eye. but thnt old friend's 1 Where's and. more than that, be was weazen trouble which has come Into my fam- and not one of us spoke till the glasses face was too much in tbe shadow. have? Cuthbert road. "I drank absinth." bo cried at last that 5" of face and III balanced on bis two ily, but If another repetition of the were filled and the maid had left the "From this bottle?" queried tho othsame things will help to convict that dining room nnd shut the door. Espying a policeman eying him with tiny, ridiculous legs. er, motioning again to Sweetwater, scoundrel who has broken up my n.ore or less curiosity from the other "Then Adelaide rose. 'We will drink Is she making n fool of herself? -- ANDbide of the street, bo crossed over and asked the little man in a voice as home and made me the wretchedest standing.' said sbo. and never bad I who now brought forward the bottle requested to be directed to Cuthbert shrill as it was weak. "Do your busi dog olive then I'm ready to talk. So 6een her look as she did then. She he had picked up ln Cuthbert road. Arthur Cumberland glnnccd at tho road. ness with me. Women are no good." fire ahead. Dr. Perry, nnd let's bo , drank. We wouldn't call It drinking. bottle tbe "Cuthbert road: That's where the And he stalked into tho room as only done with It." for she Just touched tho wine with label, saw detective held up. saw tbo the shape and sank limply 'Sit down." replied the district at her Hps. but to her it was debauch. markets are. They're closed at this little men can. torney gravely, with a gesture of dis- Then she stood waiting, with the in his chair, his eyes starting, his jaw sustime of night." was tbe somewhat Sweetwater took out his bill, pointed , picious reply. "Mr. Cumber mhlla falling. Rtmnfrosr plnnm In hni- - Arn to the snuggery and tapped his breast missal to the officer. "Where did you get that?" he asked, Evidently the location was not a pocket "Whisky here." he confided. land, wo have spared you up to this Rnnelngb drained his glass and I 6vory one Bring me a glass. 1 don't mind your tlmo for two very good reasons. You drained mine. Ranelagh thought sho pulling himself together with sudden The Traveline; Mens' Choice "Is there nothing but markets there?" farmers. They won't bother me. were in great trouble, and you appear-- wanted some sentiment nnd started to desperate self possession. "That." answered the district attortaqulred Sweetwater quite innocent- What I want is a locked door and a say something appropriate, but his Located near Depot ly. eye fell on Carmel. who had tried to ney, "was picked up nt a small hotel It was bis present desire not still mouth In your bead. I want to tc be recognized as a detective even booze to my bPart's content, wltb no drink nnd couldn't, and be bungled on Cuthbert road. Just back of the by tbe men ou beat "I'm looking up body by to count the glasses. You've over bis words and at last came to a markets, not far from the Whispering Ky. n friend. pause under the steady staro of Ade Pines." He keeps a grocery or some known such fellers before, and that "1 don't know the place." kind of small hotel. I have bis num- cozy little room over there has known laide's ees. "It's not a high class resort not seber, but I don't kuow how to get to them too. Just add me to tbe list. It "'Never mind. Elwoodi' she said. lect enough by a long shot to have I know what you would like to say. Cuthbert road " won't harm you." "Then turn straight about and go But that's not what I am thinking of this brand of liquor In Its cellar. The man's hand closed on the bill. down the first street, and you'll reach Sweetwater noted the action out of now. am thinking of my brother, There were only two bottles of It left Live Horses, New Rigs It before the trolley car you see up the corner of his eye. but his direct the boy who will soon be left to find In tbe clubhouse when the inventory Those two bottles there can strike this corner. But glance was on tbe woman. Her back his way through life without even tho was last taken. first sew up your pockets. There's a was to blm. but she bad started ns unwelcome restraint of my presence. are now gone, and" "This Is one of them? Is that what I want blm to remember this day. bad block between you nnd tbe mar- be mentioned the snuggery nnd mado I kets." ris if to turn, but thought better of It want blm to remember me as I stand you I want to say? Well. It may be for 'Sweetwater slapped his trousers and and bent lower over her books. here before him with this glass In my all know. I didn't carry it there. ,1 Trunk "Wagon per day . .$2 50 hand. You see wine in it. Arthur; but didn't have the drinking of it." laughed. "I've struck tbe spot." he murmured "We have seen the man and woman I see poison. Carmel. you have grievwnsn't born yesterday." be cried exultantly to himself. "This Is tho "I Horse and Buggy " . .. 1 50 ed as well as I over what has passed who keep that hotel. They will talk and. following the olllcer's directions, place I want, and here I'll spend the If they have to." for pleasure in this bouse. Do as I night, but not to booze my wits away; mado straight for the road. Sixty-tw"They will?' His dogged 'self, posdo. and may Arthur see and rememoh. no." iwas not far off. session rather astonished them. "Well, ber.' He hesitated when he reached It. Nevertheless It was a ulght virtually "Her fingers opened; tbo glass fell that ought to please you. I've nothBccie houses Invite and some repel. wasted. lie learned uothlng more from ber hand and lay ln broken frag- ing to do with the matter." repelled. Yet there was than what was revealed by that one This house Proprietor A change had taken place ln'hlm. ments beside her plate. Carmel folnothing shabby or mysterious nbout slight movement on the part af the Tbe Irritability approaching to vio lowed suit. und. before I knew it. my It There wa 'he decent entrance, woman. own fingers bad opened and my own lence which had attended every lighted, but not too brilliantly: a row Tbe driving ln of tbe farmers, and glass lay in pieces on tbe tablecloth speech and Infused Itself Into every O CZIOEZD O of dark window- - ovr It. and above It the awakening of life in the market, OllCTIOEZD beneath me. Only Rauelagh's band re- movement since he came Into the all a sloping rnnf in which another and all the stir it occasioned inside tho room bad left blm. He spoke quietmained steady. Sbe held ber breath, sparUIo if light drew his attention to house and out. prevented sleep even if BALL MILLER watching that band, and I can hear ly and with a touch of irony ln bis an urP'T row of windows, this time be bad been Inclined that way. Soonthe gasp yet with which sho saw him tone. of the old dormer ibape. An alley ran er than was expected ot blm. sooner 'Then I have no doubt but you will set his glass down quietly on tbe down 'me side nf the house to tho than was wise, perhaps, be was on his stables, uow locked, but later to be feet nnd peering out of the one small "I CAL& THIS HARD," HE HUllST FORTH. board That's the story of those three do us this favor." volunteered Sweet Livery, Feed and Sale water ln his plensantest manner. "It's thrown open for tho use of the farm- window this most dismal day room ed to be lu tbe possession of no testi- broken glasses." Tbe district attorney sought out nnd not a long walk'from here. Will you ers who begin to gather here as ear- contained. He had not mistaken the mony which would materially help us. Stable ly as 4 o'clock. Nothing wrong ln outlook. It gave on to the alley and But matters have changed since you lifted a paper from tbe others lying on go there In my company, wltb your Its appearance, everything shipshape all that was visible from behind the held conversation with Dr. Perry on the desk before blm. It was the first coat collar pulled up and your bat well down Bus Meets all Trains nnd ask bad made ud yet "1 shall find some strange curtains where be stoo was the high tbe day following your sister's decease. movement hehis tale. since Cumber seat luover your eyes', and show for a the snuggery them rburncters here." was the Sweetwater brick, wlndowless wall ot the neigh- You have laid that sister away, the laud began "I'm sorry." said he. wltb a rapid' this bottle? They won't know that It's : Ky. comment with which onr detective boring bouse. He turned back into the will which makes you an Independent Tbe man is sbnrp and tbo examination of the paper lu bis hand, empty opened tli" door and walked into the room, disgusted, then crept to tbe winman for life has been read in your "but I shall have to dotalu you a few woman Intelligent They will see that oilcrzioczallollollollaopl bouse. dow again, and. softly raising the hearing, you are In as much ease of minutes longer. What happened after you are a stranger and admit you wmt n:i unnsninl hour for guests, sash, cast one of his lightning glances mind as you can be while your re It readily. They are only shy of one and tl' woman whom he snw bending up and down tbe nlley. Then he softly maining sister's life bangs trembling tbe dluUer? Where did you go from mau-t- be man wbo drank there on tho over a iwri of dek In one corner of let the sasb fall again and retreat- ln tbe balance, and. more important the table?" "I went to my room to smoke. I night of your sister's murdeK" the room lie -- trwle Into looked up ed to tho center or the room, where bo still. 'discoveries not made before tbe " he began, with a "You're a was upset and thirsty as a fish ," hpntlly, n'nwwi upi:rtiiiy stood for a moment with a growing funeral have been mado since, rendertouch of his old violence. But. realiz "Have you liquor In your room?" "Wt-llnud what Is your business?" smllo of Intelligence and hope on bis ing it very desirable for you to enter ing, perhaps, that his fingers were In "Sometimes" she Hiked. face. He bad detected close against into" particulars at this present moa trap, be modified bis manner again "Did you have any that night?" "I wnnt n room." he tlpslly confided the side ot the wall a box or hand- ment which were not thought necesand continued more quietly: "This Is "Not a drop. I didn't dare. I want to her. "In which I ean drink and cart full of empty bottles. It gave him sary then." ed that chnmpague bottle, but Adelaide an odd request to make. 1 won't go I cannot IIDESandWJRJ drink till Wbat particulars? had beeu too quick "Particulars? se& wbiky. Just an Idea. Wltb an Impetuosity he with you to that low drinking hell for me It wo whisky. Glvo me a room. I'll bo would have criticised In unotber man Dou't you know, enough as It Is to thrown uuless yon make me. but I'll swear" do believe, wasBtinfDealtti, quiet" Don't swear." It Is uuuecessnry to he Hung hlmseir out ot the room in hang the fellow? Wasn't he seen with ted" j we cm do "I'll give you uothlng." Sue was which he had been for so many hours his tlugers on Adelaide's throat? What say wbo spoke. "We wouldn't believe "So you did not drink? You .only billet (or no (ha f call or coamissioa nachiitls.1 hot and angry and full of distrust. confined nnd. coming face to face with can 1 tell you that is any more dam- smoked In your room?" you. and It would he ouly adding perIWerence: as; tmk ia LouisTiTt. We finish Tbe "This house Is not for such as you. the landlady standing lu unexpected aging than that? Particulars!" "Smoked one cigar That was all jury to the rest." Wool Etgi me to car scipftfi. write fx fri:e list. It's a farmers' lodging-hon- est men. watch before the door, found It a word seemed to irritate him beyond Then I went down town." You wouldn't believe me?" ;. endurance. who'd stare aud go mad to see a fel- strain on his nerves to Instantly LM.SABEL&SOXS u$l$r No; we have reasons, my boy "May I ask by which door you left cor"We can understand." said tbe ler like you about. (Jo along. 1 tell sullen, vaguely abused air were two bottles" tbe There the house?" you. or I'll call Jim. He'll know what with which he had decided to leave oner, "why you should feel so strong"Well?" "The side door the one I always ly against one wbo has divided the take " to do with you," "The other has been found nearer tbe house. Nevertheless he made tbe "Theu he'll know more'n I do my- attempt and if be did not succeed to hearts or your sisters nud played with your home." "What overcoat did you wear?" self." mumbled tbe detective, with a Iris own satisfaction he evidently did one lr not with both. But there are "I dou't remember. Tbe flrst one I or You're all up to "That's n trick crushed aud discouraged air. "Honey to hers, for sn made no effort to stop missing links still to be supplied, und came to. 1 suppose." tricks" many people aro now using oud not a place to spend It in! Why ulnf as be crumbled out and In her this is why we have summoned you "But you can surely tell what hat?" "Not In this case, Arthur. Let me can't I go ln there?" he peevishly In- final look, which be managed with here and ask you to be patient and Tbey expected o violent reply, und entreat you In memory of your father Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a little clearquired with n tremulous gesture to- iome addresn to intercept be pcrcelr give tbe district attorney they got It. to be candid with us We have ar Tho new toilet germlcldo powder to Le ward a half open door through which ed nothing out relief. What had ton er account of what went ou ln your "No. I can't What has my bat got rested a man He denies his guilt, but dissolved in water as needed. u glimpse could bo got of a neat llttlo In ber mind-fe- ar for blm or fear for own house before you broke up that to do wltb tbo guilt of Elwood Rane can produce no witnesses In support For all toilet nnd hygienic uses it is snuggery. "Nobody'll see me. Glvo tbemselve' He ronld not dwidf un- evening and you went to your de- iagh?" better nnd more economical. of his nssertlons, Yet such witnesses me a glass and Icaro mo till I rap tor til be bad rummaged that ran of bot- - bauch and your sister Adelaldo to her "Nothing, we hope." was the impermay exist. Indeed, we think thnt one 10 cieanso ana whiten the teeth, remove tartar and turbable nnswer. "But we find It Niich does exist. The man who took Knt hnur trait tut tit ill i thin orith dearth at the Whispering Pines." prevent decay. absolutely just tbe bottles from tbe clubhouse's wine To disinfect I , to establish CHATTER XII. I M tho mouth, deout attracting attention to blinlf la wbat overcoat and wbat bat you wore vault did so within a few minutes of stroy disease germs, and "WCBT I TELL THESE THISCS?" purify tho breath. when this crlmo was perpestreet that night" down the time OMETU1NO went on at dinner "I've told you that 1 don't remem- trated on your sister. He should be To keen artificial tenth nnil peddler went bis round through tbur time. It was not a usual meal," bridire work clean, odorl young man's color was ris- able to give valuable testimony for or ber." portion of tbe city a dinrcpolable lookput In tho district attorney. ing. The To Temove nicotine from the teeth and against Elwood Ranelagh." accompanied blm. whom ing fellow "You und your sisters" This Is awful! " Young Cumberland Topurify the breath after smoking. "Are. not these the ones?" queried ln Cuthbert eradicate perspiration and body "Stop! Don't talk to me about that ii --AYS? even tbo sharp landlady to recognizemaking a sign to had risen to. his feet and was swayodors by sponge road would have failed dinner. I want to forget that dinner. the district attorney, fro before them like a man The best antlsentiobathing. wash lr es tbe same man wbo bad occupied 1 want to forget everything but tbe Sweetwater, wbo immediately stepped ing to audween the eyes by some madRelieves and strengthens tired, 'wwik, HOUSE IS MOT FOR BCCH A3 YOO." the snuggery the ulght before. He was two things I live for to seo that fel- forward, with a shabby old ulster over struck lot inflamedeyes. lleala Rorwthrpat.wouiuk his dening blow'. The words bis urm and a battered, derby in and cuts. 25 and 50 cU. a box. dniKjrWU .wqrning. mars worth a many hours on tbe routu and bad low banged und to" band. 't'AMrttiink bo. mlssnn? And many new experiences wltb human choked him. and he let bis bedd fall, or by mail postpaid. Sample FrWT Continued on page (even Tbe vounsr mas started, rose, then 'wm THE PAXTONTOIUCTCO..B9.W rilMMjug over the fiver," nature. But he gained little else und but ijrtm'Htiy threw it no again. "That The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE Whispering Pines rn was considering with kmi words tic should acknowledge uIm defeat m police headquarters when be found himself again at the umrkets and a minute later In the alley where the cart stood, the content of which he hud seen earlier In the day. Do had followed the peddler here because he had followed him to every Hut he other buck door and alley was tired and had small Interest ln the cart which looked quite undisturbed and lu exactly the same condition as when he turned his back upon It In tho morning. Hut when he drew nearer and began to lend a band In remov ing tho bottles to the wngon he discovered that n bottle bad been added to the pile and that this bottle bore tho label which marked It as being one of the two which had been tnken from the clubhouse on the night of the murder. DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Weatherliolt, Notary Ppblic ' Kentucky S Fire and Plate Fidelity Bonds Glass Insurance an-th- ' , tracts and other documents 1 Livery, Feed Sale Stable Stephensport, -- 1 . o Allen R. Lewis & -- Hardinsburg, . WOOL LkL-C,!!- Wl BUY out-wast- ed-l as-Hu- - Antiseptics Peroxide Instead of Liquid necessary S Tun HKi ft.: r ..X mm t The House of the Whispering Pines Br ANNA KATHARINE GREEN SAVED FROM AN . OPERATION Pinkham's "IJvery word" OutUntil wont for fliolr nrori-nnf.on leaving did they speak again, nuJ then it was to sny: "At 10 o clock tomorrow morning. "At 10 o'clock." - Thousands tiaye Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it,1 How To Find Out, water and let tt stand Louisville, Henderson H5 l)ny tuny I & St Ar Louis Ry. 142 11. 712 Fill a bolt Ij or i onitnon glass with vour twenty-fou- TIME TABLE j To be continued NTTp McGAVOCK. r hours; a brick uust sediment, or settlimr. stringy or milky appearance oucu indicates an un- Corrected to Dec. 4, 1010 Dally 4 U 31 pill 14 40m' 53 Dally s 40 urn 79 Oil STATIONS U4 I STKAWIIKltltr .. I. OUIAVILL.fi Dally Dally lull I am 12 50(m 40 pm ' tion too freMrs. J M. Bcntty and daughter, Miss quent desire' to Norn, of this place, and Mr. Sam MatCopyright, 1910, by Anna Katharine nass It or nainln By Lydia E. Itohlfs . thews, of Cabot, spent Sunday the thi back are also svmntoms that tell Vbu the Kuest of their brother, Mr. Johu Mat and kidneys and bladder arc out of order uecd attention. ir i nna only aica tnnt nigiitr n Vegetable Compound thews and family, of Mattlngly. muttered, with his eyes upon tho floor Peoria. 111. "I wish to let every ono What To Do. There Is comfort in the knowledge so Mr. and Mrs. George ICnight, little nna every mus- know what Lydia K. Pinkham's reme dies nave tmno ior MI'S Helen and Master Goble Knight often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's cle tenso with mo. For two yeara Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy, the shock of this I suffered. Tho doc- spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. fulfills almost every wish in correcting I n mi ty. last cn had tu- and Mrs. Garret, of Hardins School rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, tors said I "Dr. Perry, let mors, nnd tiio only House. liver, bladder and every part of the urinary mo bo for toremedy was tho surpassage. Corrects inabtlity to hold water Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ballman, of Tar and scalding pain in passing it, or bad night. geon's knife. My Let mo moth&r bought mo Springs, spent Monday the guests of effects following use of liquor, wine or think. My brain Lydia E. Pinkham's his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry beer, and overcomes that unpleasant neIs nil In a wht cessity of being compelled to go often VoRctnblo ComI'll try to pound, nnd today I through the day, and to get up many tomorrow." nm a ncnuny wo The wheat thresher is in this neigh times during the night. The mild and But even ns ho MI man. or montns borhood this week. immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t is spoke he re- MMIli'I "ill suffered from in-soon realized. It stands the highest be- alized the futlll-t- y flammation,and your Sanatlvo "Wash reMiss Vina Hathaway, who has been causeoi its remarkable A.. of his request, lieved me. Your Liver Tills havo no the guest of Miss Lissle Pumphrey for health restoring propHis eye had fall- equal ns a cathartic. Any ono wishing the Inst three weeks returned to her erties. If you need a medicine you should en again on tho proof of what your medicines havo home at Owensboro Tuesday. have the best. Sold by bottle, nndjja its dono for mo can get it from any drugVi VJ can uso gist or by writing to me. You Several from here attended the Black'- - druggists In fiftv-ceBtinpc nna ten ,ii sizes. my testimonial in anjt way you wish, ford association at Hopewell church unu may have a sampleHot. oi ano.ki,i. talo label ho be- nnd Iwill bo glad to answer letters." You bottle sent free "IF t II AD ONLY LIED held n witness Mrs. CnniSTiA i.iiCD, 100 Mound St., near Askins Wednesday and Thursday. bymail. Address Dr, Kilmer & Co., Bing- THAT NiailTl" bound to testify Peoria, 111. "Bread baking success is guaranteed hamton, N, Y. Mention this paper andagainst him if ho kept silent himself. rememberthename, Dr. Kilmer's bwampif you use the Lewlsport Best Flour. Another Operation Avoided. Root, and the address, Ulnghdmtou, "Don't answer." he went on. "I New Orleans, La. "For years I sufN. Y., on every bottle. may ns well own tho truth and bo. done with It. I was in tho clubhouse. fered from severo femalo troubles. "I suffered habitually from constitia Finally I was confined to my bed anil I did rob tho wine rnult. I did carry the doctor said nn operation was neces- tlon. Doan's Regulets relieved and goes. off the bottles to have a quiet spree, sary. I gavo Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- strengthened the bowels, so that they Mrs H. Robinson has returned home and It was to some place on Cuthbcrt etable Compound a trial first, and have been regular ever K. since. road I went But when I've admitted was. saved from an operation." Mrs. from Owensboro. , Tex. so much I'vo admitted all. I saw Lily Peykoux, 1111 Kerlerec St., New Davis, grocer, Sulphu.-Springs"Bread bakiug is guaranteed a success nothing of my sister's murder, saw Orleans, La. if you use the Lewispcirt BEST Flour". nothing of what went on In tho rooms The great volume of unsolicited tesSTLPHENSP0RT upstairs. I crept in by the open win- timony constantly pouring in proves NOTICE dow at tho top of the kitchen stairs, conclusively thnt Lydia E. Pinkham's and I camo out by the same. I only Vegetable Compound is a remarkable Rev. H. Jarboe closed a very suc Breckinridge Circuit Court. wnnted the liquor, nnd when I got It remedy for those distressing feminine so mauy women suffer. cessful meeting at Tucker School House R, L. Newsom, Executrix f Plaintiff I slid out ns quickly ns I could and ills from which against last week. made my way over tho golf links to Breckinridge, Bank, etc. (.Def'ts. goir links" the rond." Hewitt Hawkins and family have re All persons having claims against "1 didn't fei nny light." The district attorney's volco sounded turned to Unlontown. the estate of R L. Newsom,deceased, A few more questions followed, but thin, almost piercing, as he made this Mr.Elden Gardner.of Bowline Green. will apDear and prove their.clalms bethey were of minor Import nnd aroused remark: fore me, the undersigned Commissioner "You entered by an open window. less violent feeling The serious por was the guest of Miss Corinne Conn. and receiver on or before the first day "Why didn't you go in by the door?" tion of tho examination, if thus it There Is a great deal of sickness in of September, lgll. Tnls the teuth onty ab"I hadn't the key. I had might bo called, was over. day of July, 1911 Lee Walls. our town and community. stracted tho one which opens tho wlno and Receiver. The coroner glanced meaningly at vault The rest I Ipft on tho ring. It the district attorney, who. tapping Miss Lelah Hawkins returned Sun was the sight of this key lying on our with his fingers on tho tuble, hesitated day after noon to her school. Made Foreman. hall table which first gavo me the for a moment before be finally turned Miss Naunle Hall, of Union Star, is Idea. I feel like a cad when I think again upon Arthur Cumberland. the guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith. of it. but that's of no account now." "You wish to return to your sister? Shelby Conrad was appointed foreMiss Mattie Mlliner, of Union Star. Flushed, ho slowly sank back into You are at liberty to do so. 1 will trou-bi- o and Miss Esther Vaughn, of Lexington, man iu the machine works at the Henhis seat No complaint now of being you no more tonight Your sleigh derson Route shops here. He is a most in a hurry or of his anxiety to regain is at the door. 1 presume." were guests of Mrs. M. L. Roberts. ' efficient man, and is receiving many bis sick sister's bedside. Ho seemed go. each as silent They watched him Mrs. Floyd Miller and little daughter. to have forgotten those fears in tho as he. The coroner tried to speak, but congratulations on his appointment. of Henderson, were guests of Mr. and perturbations of tho moment. His succeeded no better than tho boy' himMrs. E. H. Miller. mind and Interest were there: everySuccessful Operation. self. When the door opened under his thing else had grown dim with dis- hand they all showed relief, but were Mr and Mrs. Lewis Smith, of Clov- tance. startled back Into their former atten- erport, were here last week. Mrs. Francis Marlon Smith was oper"Did you try the "front door?" tion by his turning suddenly in the Mrs. Sam Thompson and little daugh "What was the use? I knew It to doorway with this final remark: ated on at Dr.Simons'mlirmary Wednester are visiting in Louisville. be locked." day morning. Dr. Simons was assisted "What did you say about a bottle "What was the use of trying tho with a special label on It being found Gordon Payne came Sunday from by Dr. McDonald and Miss Jane Hatr.-bleto- n. window? Wasn't it also, presumably, at our house? It never was, or, If It Cloverport to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs Smith is at fiome now and locked T was, some fellow has been playing you Mrs. G.W. Payne. Gordon is a fine boy Is able to see her friends who are glad The red mounted hot and feverish to a trick. 1 carried off those two bottles and is sure to make good wherever he to know she has been relieved. his cheek. myself. One you see there; the other "You'll think me no better than a Is 1 can't tell where, but 1 didn't take street urchin or something worse." ho it home. That you can bet on." exclaimed. "1 knew thnt window. I One more look, followed by n heavy Had been through It before. You can frown and n low growling sound in move that lock with your knife blade. his throat which may have been his 1 bad calculated on entering that Do a farm or business 'i If vou do on to way of saying goodby and he was way," gouc. may iind Ust what you need in this department. If you are interest"Mr. Hanelagb's story receives conA few more words, some understanded in any of the following proprieties write us ut. once for owner. firmation," commented the district ating as to the morrow, and Sweetwater torney, wheeling suddenly toward tho If none of these places suit you, write us at oi gone. The district attorney name and address. coroner. MHe says that ho found this was also coroner still sat but very little tolling us and he approached and the wiqdow unlocked when passed between The clock overintroduce you to the man who has the it with the Idea of escaping that way." head struck tho them. Both looked up, hour. Arthur Cumberland remained unbut neither moved. Another fifteen moved. minutes; then tho telcphono rang. Tho Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive Tho district attorney wheeled back. "There were a number of bottlea coroner rose and lifted the receiver. and fair in price. message could be beard by both taken from the wlno vault Some half The of this Do You your farm or business? If to dozen were left on tho kitchen table. gentlemen In tho extreme quiet Why did you trouble yourself to carry midnight hour. for your property, send price and description at ono "Dr. Perry?" np so many?" and let us show you how wo bring buyer and,sollorjtogether. "Yes; I'm listening." "Because my greed outran my con"Ho came In at a quarter to 12, This department is conducted solely for the purposoof onablinj I thought 1 could lug away venience. very wnue. t ran an armful,but there are limits to one's greatly agitated ana buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties tomake quick salei bo 1 realized ability. this when I re- upon him In tho lower hall, and me looked angry enough to knock 1 bad to go and so membered how far D. simply let out a curso but left the greater part of them behind." down,passed ho straight up to his sister's and "Why. whvn you had a, team ready room. I waited till he camo out; then Mr I TO acres near Harned. 6 room kouso No 9 Two truct,-l- 00 acres lu one and 1 tuw barn, excellent school. to carry you?" " - acres in wie otner; "i acres lo I managed to get hold of the nurse, iiu. "A 1 had no tenm." But tho denial " ".'u; muui iiaruiusuurx; iw acres a IV , 1IU. 1 300 acres 3 m told mo this queer tale: (rom Harned; M mile ol Klugswood cost bim something. His cheek lost and shewas all In a tremble when he neurSau)ple;onemllo(romsctioo. miles "He liouae, its ruddiness and took on a sickly 4 In, but declares ho had not white which did not Icavo it again as camo drinking, sheno went immediately Nr No I O 192nere located ou the rullroad 108 acres v good barn been ,J j county; '4lmtle (rum Ekroa, Meade1 and crib, reasonably cood Webster, well watermile ot puLtilu school, as the Interview lasted. long house; to tho bedside, but his sister was mlluRruded school. Rood land, ed, outlet on every side. Portion o( II, L. "You had no team? How then did stay there, but 159 acres 3 miles east you manage to reach homo in time to asleep, and ho didn't No A burtc, S miles north ot o( Hardins-- iiunz larui, rricefj.uuu. way back to Cuthbert road went over whero tho nurse was nnd mlleot church and school, gcodHarned. y, Nr I I Two (aruis- -1 14 acres, 125acres; make your buildings 11 both on began to hang about her till suddenly and fences, Rood orchard and water: 30 acres good Improveby half past 11?" ments; 2,600auple trees Just In prime o7 life. she felt a twitch at her side and, look In timber, 10 acres line white oaks. Price uuuu scuuui, jciiurunes, uoat lanumir. I went straight "1 didn't go homo. little book she across the golf links, if fresh snow ing quickly, saw tho back Into place. Mrw I O 122 acres, good and level land lu carries there falling good barn: all land cleared, well Mn E 40 acres, all level. 0 at'restimber, hadn't fallen you would have seen ol It and probably read lasting J chard and Brasss plentyrooms and located; 3 miles (rom Irrlngton, Price 3,300 sprlnir. cood dwelling, 5 my tracks all tho wny to Cuthbert Ho had lifted what sho had written in it during his hall, meat and hen house, teuunt house two INIn I road." rooms, tobacco barn, stable and corn crib. u 249 acres lylnjr In a valley: "If fresh snow had not fallen we absence.was displeased, but ho laughed 300 yards (rom McQuady aud school house. houses, ilawroom dwelllnuand hall; 2tenun tobacco barn: 2Vi miles Souil Easy terms. Price fl.450. "Sho o( Kirk, H mile (rom school well watered, should have known the whole story of sprltiKS near burn; ou IturalHoute. passed. when ho saw .that ho hod been caught Mr iw acres Rood land near Ilasln that night before an hour had and said bpldly: 'You nro keeping a t'Ul u Springs, Jlreckenrldye county, one Wa I A 190 acres, 100 level; all cau be How did you carry those bottles?" my sister's rnvlqgs. Well, I of the best sectlous In the county l of cultivated; 3 good dwellings; i "In my overcoat pockets theso record in tucm as you NIrt 7 125 acres I mile South o( Hockvale, teeu oarns, nu too&cco Darn; 3 miles irom pockets.1' he blurted out. clapping his think I'm as Interested right ampie. t,as terms. 4 room dwelliUK Rood level land, as you to IIU. aro and havo ns much house and necessary outbuildings, hands on either side of him. Sho mado no tenant house and church lu 3j0 yards. Price Nn I 175 acres 1 Dllle K.ist ot Uleu school you read as you to write. Outiuj good, strong lime stone "Had it begun to snow when answer, for they were Innocent enough, $1,050 cash. sou, watered uy wens anu springs, ou Booa left tho clubhouse?" sho'l! keep tho book away from Nrk R TI acres. 3 m les (roui Kirk, dwoll-1I- county road, near good school and churches. but . .nil- - l.,.n ?No." O story 0 rooms au porch, k'.lniI.l..ii,n..l....n.Ui.lll that you may be good well, IukIH touaut house, good barn and good tenant houses, tine Ail him after thls-- of clover and grass small "Waa It dark?" sure." lanu. if ice ro.iuv. and stable, Kood orchard. "I guess not; the links were bright ns "And what Is ho doing now? Is ho got over them day. or I shouldn't have eolntr into his own room tonight?" HO acres, 2 miles (roui Ouston. lug; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi 1 as quickly as 1 did." well "No. Ho went there, but only to 30,OUU 3 njties (rom Irvlnutoni Rood good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house laysweiliicood youuif orchard) quickly?" The dls-trl"Quickly? How purposes watered: 1'ieuiy 01 goou timixr bring out his pillows. Ho will sleep in timber on rural route school house tow yards goou lanu 10 ciear, Priceror tarm cash. l.'.OOO H attorney stole a glance at the tho alcove." (rou housei Improvements; icood (our room (lvfelllnic nith kltcheu 011 back porch: two coroner, which made Sweetwater ad"Drink?" SaLE-- A (arm containing 250 acres and good turns! b iru aud tenent homo and cls vance a step from his corner. drop, no has ordered teru back lu the Ueldi ttieit and hen House; FOR under (once. A ulce cottage c( Hvt "No, not a plenty 15 rooms, two cisterns, cellar wltt don't know. I don't understand tho whlskv locked up. I hear him wood shed) will selloiieasy payments;address a store room over It, twou walledstock barns good o(smll (rult. Further particulars those questions," was tho sullen one tenant house; about 590 apple und peacl moaning sometimes to himself, ns If Jno- D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. trees, also pears, quinces uudaprlcotst moa he missed It nwfully. out not n mini all kinds o( small fruits, Including a Does that "You walked quickly. grapes) bloful has left the decanter." nnfi Qlendeane, 3 four from branch balance In choicest 15 acres 300 grassjcleued $2 UUU For ISO acres miles mnesMreat or groves ototblack locust suUlclontacres posts t lu woods. setsri n you didn't look back?" "(loud night. Ilexfonl." (or rullmiiil i all franh land: 100 acres in cultlva "How look back?" will produce the beat wire the whole (arm In. It Ilea near Kkroi 'flood nlsht." tlon : 50 acre lu Krassi lu neighborhood) onL. 11.4c Ut. L. II. It, price 1 6,000 u "Your stater lit a candle in the small "You heard'" ThH t 'he district at- corn, wheat and tobacco at door o( dwell- - long and easy pavtaeata. plenty lasttng water, well where hw coat was found. 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LEWISI'OKT . (5 22 5 14 10 (5 03 4 57 ti 8 IS 40 31 4 (8 34 (K 4 3 U (0 20 9 12 ( (4 17 (9 35 14 (i'l 49" li'iop'm 24 35 im 8 35 8 40 M 49 18 5tl 78 57 fit 03 III 10 (It 10 9 18 .. . .. .. . . HACEU PATES DUTCH ONENStlOKO MATTINOI.Y CON WAV WAITMAN- - M 8 58 (8 48 3 50 (8 35 23" (8 19 (8 III (8 10 18.01 (7 &H 7 5(5 7 52 7 39 13 7 (I 3 04 7 83 (7 45 (7 37 7 89 (7 S3 7 15 (7 04 6 &T is" f? 27 f7 7 t7 7 7 31 35 40 48 .. . OKimTH STANI.V NEWMAN I'F.KD HEALS ii.iT" (8 37 (3 21 . r" i:l 8 10 is I I . . 825 ' JOutn 30 55 tan 42 10 15 .. I 1 05 40 pm m . IIENDKItON . . SPOTTSV1M.E MASK ETT EVANSVILT.E ST. I.OUIS 3 00 1 .. 9 oopm :i5 10. mi (3 (3 2 2 8 31 (8 2ti (8 21 (8 K fl 5 0 34 11 07 55 30 8 13 08 55 pm am "A. on Signal. Where no tune shown trains lXJNOT'STOP. Trains 143 and 146 currv free reclitiitiir chir cirs between Louisville and St. Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. Ul will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passeneers from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to dlscliariTB tinssenoern trcm west of Cloverport. "f" Stops Hartford Line West Bound Second Class No. 9 No Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle First Class First Class No, 112 STATIONS No. 6 No, 118 liast Bound Secoud Class No. 8 No. IP 7 Mixed Daly (1 Krelg't Daliy ex-- S u Pass. Dally n Pass. Dally u Sund'? Only 10 Dally ex-S- Krelg't Dally t. Com-ission- (8 55 7 45um 7 Olt (7 20 8 8 8 9 !l 15am 30 55 20 11 10am sll 111 (11 14 SJ 41 :u 3 ill 411 Lv. IKVINOTON .Ar .. IIAS1N SPIIINU . UAIJl-IELiD- 7 34 (7 50 (7 57 s8 10 s7 si (8 (8 (S (8 10 21 0 9 58 10 13 10 2.S 10 43 10 53 11 00 11 10 11 20 11 .10 11 38 11 50 Sll sll 51 sUOIprr, 112 US (12 15 3J 34 42 SS ID 55pm SI2 27 35 (12 40 (12 45 (12 511 (12 !() S I 00 sli HAltNED .1 UNO HON HAUliINSHUKU .JUNCTION KIKIv McOUADV OI.EN DEAN .. DE.MPSTEK .. .. . 10 10am ( 51 s 0 3; ( 9 20 s 9 22 i I 8 ( s 1 . an 3 30 liUOKVAliE .. .. 7 ( VAN.ANT f .. AsICINS .... OAKS . . .. ( E 1X51 ITCH s HOKDSVII.LH Ar EAUL.'OTON. Lv . s 9 11 7 It 03 ( 8 5(1 s 8 45 s 8 30 S s s s ( ( s s 7 8 8 8 8 33 27 21 18 ( ( ( loan s 4 15am 00am 9 35 ( 3 15 9 12 s 2 52 9 OJ ( 2 37 8 53 S 2 30 8 4ll S 2 15 8 39 s 2 05 8 30 I 1 55 8 22 7 1 47 8 10 s 1 35 8 05 s 1 2S 8 00 s 1 23 7 54 ( 1 17 7 50 ( 1 13 7 45 ( I 05 7 35 s 1 00 7 30am 12 50pm 11 109a 10 50 10 30 10 15 10 10 9 9 9 9 0 9 U W 10 01 54 43 30 31 30 23 15 i 10 05 5 45 WBST BOUNO Between Dempster and Falls of Roup;h. ';'!rst ,K,!r,t -- s- EAST UOUND Second Cl,lss 31 llrtlt 19, 1910, TABLE at 11 if.11 cias 24 K!r,t Class Z2 Second Class 32 Mixed 72 ' Mxed Monday. Passenger Passenger Daliy ExCCl,t " This Time Table wont IntoetTeut Sunday, June :5'l p m Passenger Dally Except Passenger I) Uy tWrw'S Only 28 48 i 1 1 Dally Kxcept li,01uJaJ!' ' Sunday 12 12 Suaday 8 40 9 00 STATIONS FALM DErtl'STEK Ok' KOl'GH S Sunday 835 15 Except Sunday i2 Real Estate Department you want buy p m 111 30 u m 5(1 pm am m a li t 1 only 48 am m 11 3i p in 12 15 p ui 208pm ; m J. E. KEITH l SON DEALERS IN are looking for. what you want and where you want it very pronertv vot It-- Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. ivant cash Want Sell yot Jno. Babbage 8 Day Tour from Louisville to 8 i- T iu. 'r" , Atlantic City Philadelphia Washington City THURSDAY, rtQQ ? A AUGUST 17, 1911 vr or-ii- if. nv. : f nu' nv. ij 1 Pays your round trip railroad faro from Louis-7''wvillo, hotel bills durinpr tho entire trip, three duyn and nights at Atlantic City, ono day in Philadelphia, and two days and nights in Washington City. Sleepers and meals on train additional to above named rate. If interested write mo for literature on tho above tour. ton qt J. C. CRUTCHER, R. R. Agent :: :: :: Breckenridge Couniy WEBSTER, KY. re-Pl- y. made her home once at the May's. This was her flrst visit In thlrty-Usw- e Mrs. Fladge McGary and Mr. Frank Mattlntfly, of McQuady. were hero Fri- years, The Miss as May gays a mm4c day to visit MK and Mrs. Chas. May. recital in her hooer and tk dky was Mrs. McCary before her marriage most pleasant Guests at May's. WILSON, OWEN & CO'S. Cash Store Glen Dean, Ky. Are offering the following low prices: extra-ordina- rv Just Think of Hoosier Cotton at, per Yard, Best Brogan Shoe on Earth Coffe as low as per Pound All Calicoes at per yard It! 5c $1 10c 5c CLOTHING Men's $12.50 Suits gff AQ 3it 83.50 Shoes, Standard Brand at The Woman's Missionary Society of and the proceeds amounted to $30 will meet Saturday Misses Eva and Mftbel McGlothlan the Baptist church at 3 o'clock. All of the mem are visiting friends In Fordsvlll'e. bers are urged to be present as this Miss B Ada Drury has returned from will he the last meetlntr befbre the As Mackinac Island. soclation. The men's prayer meeting was large Miss Lillian Hook left Sunday for a ly attended Sunday afternoon. visit to Louisville and then to West Mrs. H. W. Herndon and daughters, Baden. Misses Anna Mae and Wllda, will ar Rev. J. J. Wlllett is attendlug the rive this week from Henderson to visit Daviess county Association this week. Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan, Mr. and Mrs. David fcenick are the Little Eva May Chapln has returned visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J". BStlth. Louisville. from a two weeks visit to ' Two weeks from today will be Louis Miss Nell Ditto returned to her home ville, come and meet your friends at Parkland last week. the Fair. Bro. Uobt. Hardaway left last week Mrs. Mary Mattinely, Garfield, vis (or St. Louis ited her mother, Mrs. Nannie Snyder Miss Ruth Klncheloe and Anne Lee last week. Bishop, of Hardlnsburg, attended the Mn. R. F. McGary is visiting Mrs. ball Rarae here Saturday and were S. M Hennmgcr, West View, the guests ol Mrs. Sue Jolly. Ball it Miller have a new automobile. Wednesday at 11 o'clock the Cumber dedi "B.ead.baklng success is guaranteed land Presbyterian church will be A large attendance Is expected, if you use the Lewlport DEST Flour." cated. as Presbytery convenes here the latter Sold by J. H. Gitduer. oart of the week. The Woman s Mis- slonerv Society Auxiliary to these meet UNION STAR. ings will be held In the Baptist church The Rev Charles Shepherd Is Geo. G. Shelman was the guest of a protracted meeting In Branden Miss Martha J. Haynes Sunday. burg Mrs. W. F. Hawkins, of Owensboro, Mrs Tllford has returned from Fords-vlllis visiting Mrs. Crosson and Miss Liss Miss Edyth Marshall, of Louisville, Cashman. Mrs. Maxwell, of Louisville, Is visitwill be the guest 'of Mrs. N. J. Piggott ing Mrs. A. N. McCoy. this week. Robt. Canary, who was operated on News has reached us of the death of Mrs. Sallle Wathen Slmras' voung dau last Monday Is reported Improving. ghter, a promising young girl of about Dugan Severs was the guest of Miss fourteen years. Mrs. Simms has many Wllda Robertson Sunday.. friends here that will sympathize with ' Miss Brook Hall has returned from a her. e. visit to Mrs. Charlie Bashani, of Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Mrs. Parks, Mr. Adair and Mr. Compton Henderson at Mary Elizabeth Lacy.of Hopklnsvllle, tended the Meade county Sunday Saturday. and Esther Vaughan, of Lexington, School Association at Guston were guests of Virginia Helm Mlltier Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Thursday. Hardlnsburg, spent Saturday here.Miss Nannie Hall Is visiting Mr. and Two adult classes were organized In Mrs. R. A Smith, of Stephensport. the M. E. church last week. Dr. J. T. Milner, of Patesvllle, came The Baptist Young People society Monday to see his sifter, Miss Mattle was reorganized Friday night. Milner, who is ill. We reeret to learn of the serious ac Miss Etta English and niece, Elizacident that befell James Boltn while on beth Bain English, of Roberts Bottom, duty with the R. R. Ditcher at Hawes-vlll- e were guests of D. S. Richardson Saturday. He came very near losjng a foot. He is at Cloverport In Cline Robertson, of Lodiburg, was the infitmary and Is getting along nice the guest of Miss Hallie Severs Sunday. ly. Mrs. R.W. Vaughan and Miss Esther Mrs. Wathen, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Vaughan, of Lexington, returned home Piggott were in Hardlnsburg last week. Saturday. David Herndon, of Louisville, is Miss Pink Ricketts has been indisposspending his vacation here. ed. after-noo- n e. Fry-mlr- KINGSWOOD'S SIXTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT August OBJECT-Th- 15-2- 4 e sole object of this meeting is the glory of God, of fully saved. the conversion of sinners, the believers, and the edification of the t san-ctificati- on Dr. E P. Walker, of California, Mm. Carrie WORKERS: Crow, of this place. I risk nothing in saying that Dr. Wulkor i's recognized from ocean to ocean as ono of the strongest, clearest, and most helpful preachers of the Holiness Movement, and for the matter in any movement in any church in this country. Ten days under his ministry is worth more to tho average preachor, for his own soul's spiritual development and preparation to win men to Christ than a year in some Theological Seminaries. .Young preachers who want their religious experience enlarged, and their ability to win souls increased cannot afford to raissthis ton days of marvelous instruction, inspiration and general spiritual enlarge ment. Mrs. Carrie Crow, who has" been located here for nioro than a year, will soon bo in her now home in this place. She is universally popular us a preacher and a singer. Sho will assist in tho preaching and singing. Sho and her sister, Miss Lula Kell, known in the cast as the "Kentucky Sisters" will bo assisted in the music by Miss Dora V. Stone, "Prof. F. A. Peako, our music teachers and Miss Lydia Ward. Those will be assisted by a large and enthusiastic religious choir. A ten dav outing in this beautiful country place will be invaluable to you physically, mentally, and spiritually. Many havo promised to be present. A largo attendance is expected. Wo havo excellent quarters, especially in tho collego dormitories, to room the old as well as thy young. Dining room on the ground. 1 EXPENSES Furnished room in college dormitories, .$5. for ten days; 2 to 4 can occupy them. Board .$5. for ton days; or 25c single meals. Splendid shade and water for man or beast. Horses will be cared for at a reasonable rate. Splendid sulphur spring on the farm. Board and lodging free for all ministers, and thoy are not only invited, but urged to come and help press the battle. The founder and promoter of tho camp meeting invests himself, time, and money for its promotion, and asks those who are interested in its progress to contribute from one dollar to live to its support. There will bo no Sunday collection at the gate. . . Kingswood College 4 We sell strictly for Cash and you need not apply for credit. Produce same as cash. WILSON, 0 Mrs. A. B. Coleman, of Louisville, is In our city visiting old friends and re latives. We hope that Mrs. Coleman will return to our city permanently. Mrs. N. D. Major, Mary Rerder, Mrs. Robert Vaughan and daughter, Esther, of Lexington, have returned from a visit to Washington Place. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. & COMPANY Leaders in Prices OWEN "notice! Please do not ask us to send you the News without paying for it cash in advance. John D. Babbage. Glen Dean, Ky. a m HARDINSBURG Miss Eliza Squires has gone to West Baden to be the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Philip McGary, for a ten days k. m - -w a- - .aBu w Rev. Bruner began a series o meetings at Shiloh Sunday. He will be assisted by Rev. Blackburn. S. W. Bassett was in West Point several days last week. The condition of Mrs. D. S Richard son, who has been confined to her room for about two months, is improved. Miss Sallie Cashman gave a dining last Saturnay to the following friends: Mesdaraes W. F. Hawkins, (nee Miss Lydia Cashman) Owensboro; Nancy Cart, M. J. Crosson, Misses Malissa Cashman, Mag Cart, Nell Cashman and Alice Cart. Peyton Canary and family, of Roberts bottom, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Krousch near town last week. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a success if you use Lewisport BEST Next Session will open September 5, 1911. J. W. HUGHES, President. I15he Arrverican Grairv . I WheaJ: Drills : Surpassed any on the market It deposits the grain in the bottom of the furrow, and the only feed that will sow all the grain from each cup There is not a mechanic, clerk, bookkeeper or laborer who does not today make more money than did the philanthropist, R T. Crane, of the Crane Co., of Chicago, who each year now gives a Christmas present of a quarter of a million dollars or more to his employes. He saved If you bank only 50c a day, and banked his money when a young man ($15.00 a mouth) for ten yoars this amount and the interest will amount ($2,227.73) to over TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. aH We pay i interest on Time mm nc uioniLCDHDR w tdiict rn rut Ufl It VI iinuwin wwwiiw 9, wv v ! I Deposits, uiUxrhurn iihihiiiumhiqi v it f IRVINGT0N. Crutcher's method of handling a party, either large or small. Stanford Hrahear spent Sunday Mr. (.Mat re. Miss Lillie McGlothlan has just Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Moorman tender a delightful visit to Nlagra turned from Fall. She Is very enthusiastic over It ed their beautiful lawn to the Base Ball both from a pleasure and educational boys Saturday night for an ice cream tABd'peiat, and more than pleased wjth ( supper. They had a large attendance visit. Little Miss filuora Robertson, of Glen Hean, visited her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hensley, last week. W. J. Robertson and brother, Dr. Moorman Robeitson, were in town last week Misses Mary Franklin and Clora Beard visited In Union Star last week. Miss Nlram Wlllett .spent Saturday and Sunday with her grand mother, near Ekron. Mrs. J. J. Wlllett and daughters, Emmelina and Braulah D. have returned from a visit to Ekron. The L. H. & St. L. R. R. have put down a new platform at the Fair grounds. Everything is in readiness. Messrs Jno. D. Shaw and Allen R. Klncheloe were in Louisville Friday and Saturday on business. Just two weeks until the Fair Be sure to come and bring all of your friends. Misses Ruth Klncheloe and Anna Lee Bishop are visiting Miss Bessie Foote, Bewleyville. Miss Mildred Moorman, Glen Dean, is the guest of Miss Lillian Beard. Mrs. F. J. Bennett, of Kingswood, was here last' week on business. Mrs. Mary Leigh Gregory, of named, attended the picnic Saturday. Prof. H.R. Warner. Kingswood, was In town Friday. The picnic given by the members of St. Romualds church was well attend, ed. Everybody enjoyed the dluner. The members of the Epworth League entertained Friday evening at the home of Mr. C.L. Beard. A musical program was rendered and enjoyed by all. Ice cream conea were served to the guests numbering fifty. Misses Manatu and Catherine Kluch eloehave returned from a visit to Mrs. Orrln Hardin. flour." What is a cold in the. head? Nothing to worry about if you treat it with Ely's Cream Balm. Neglected, the cold may grow into catarrh, and the be so inflamed that you have to light for every breath. It Is true that Ely's Cteam Balm masters catarrh, promptly. But you know the old saying about the ounce of prevention. Therefore use Cream Balm when the cold In the head shows itself. All druggists, 50c, cr mailed by Ely Bros., 50 warren Street, New York. ' & rVIeGlottianKy. Son Irvinglon, w SEE HERE! i Card Of Thanks. 1 Mrs. Conrad Sipple wants to thank her friends for their thoughtfulness in so many ways during her Illness. c J V. "Tomorrow" is always vague. There is no time like NOW, especially so if you aro over going to save. Open up tho account. Start it with a couple of dollars and you will become o steady WANTED! RIVER BOTTOM depositor. Liberal Interest Paid. FARM 40 to 100 Acres Will pay cash for ono that suits mo. Write mo. of Cloverport, iBankCloverport, Ky. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . C. P. GURLEY, FREDONIA, 1ND. KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY