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The Breckenridge news: August 16, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911081601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 16, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI MANY DEMOCRATS AT THE Saturday To Attend Mass Hon. Ben FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST" 16, 1911. Little Girls 60 yards Race $3. pair shoes given by Con Slpple; won by A. Miller. Tallest Man,. Shortest Woman on the ground Man, 1 bridle giv,en by J. H. Drown, Shortest womnn, $. pair shoes by L. McGavock, won Pages No. 6 WILL BOOST PRESBYTERY Held LOUISVILLE AT FAIR Heights. Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. WiUon, near Bewleyville. Mrs, J. M. Tytllngs, of Louisville, i the guest of the Misses Munford on tne TAKE PART Johnson For Congress-To- m Moore Chosen Chairman. OTHER MATTERS DISCUSSED. baby, $7.50 given l.y M. Ham-ma- n & Son; won by baby of Mrs.Nelse Quiggins. What Time Did The Clock Stop? $5. in dental work given by Dr. H. J. Boone; won by Mrs. Shelby Conrad. Pig Race for men 21 years and over Is given to the one that catches it. Goes East For Vacation Pig must be caught by ears or tail;won by Sampley and Moore. One hundred Lodlburg people were Chas. Fallon and Emeil Nolte leave Sack Race 50 yards. Free for all. here. tomorrow for Atlantic City and other 1 pair $3. shoes given by J. C. Nolte & points east. Allen Kingsburry savs he Bro.; won by Frances Cragen. hopes that Chas. won't have anything Jesse Askins and son, Joe Dennle, of to eat except humming birds when he Frymire were here. Miss Murphy Here. gets to New York because he is so Miss Annie Murphy has been visit crazy to get there. Messrs Fallon and Irvington, was Able Gilllngwaterof Nolte are two of the busiest young here on his. first trip to Cloverport, and ing her sister, Mrs. Jene Kingsburry, and Mrs. J. D. Gregory. She makes her. business men of this city, and no doubt has lived in the county all his life, home with Mrs. Pearl Braniard Upton they will make up for lost time when in Chicago, and is extremely happy they get "down east." Johnnie Allen and daughter, Aline, there. Mrs. Upton is a most talented of Colfax, La., are here visiting This business woman and has a fashionable Mrs. McCoy's Funeral is the first time he has been home in Beauty Parlor in the Stuart Building. eleven years. He is married and has Her patrons are among the elegant rich Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kingsburry three children. Mr. Allen is an engin- and Miss Murphy says they pay any to Sample Sunday to attend the went funeral Colfax and New price to be made beautiful. eer and runs between of her aunt, Mrs. John McCoy, who died He Is do'ng well. go-ca- There was a large body of Democrats at Hardinsburg last Saturday to attend the mass convention to send delegates to the State Convention, vhlch convened at Louisville yesterday. The meeting was presided over by Thomas Moore, who was chosen chairman. The convention adopted resolutions endorsing the actions of Hon. Ben Johnson.Congressman from this district The and recommending his meeting was decidedly harmonious and strictly favored Mr. Johnson for reThe resolutions brought election. forth some discussion on the wisdom supporting Mr. Johnson over any other competitor, which the spirit of the resolution indicated, but the great majority of Democrats present, strongly favored the matter and it waspasstd. The question of selecting a candidate for Che Legislature was not brought up but was left to the County committee, who are to fix upon a time for choosing a Representative. This will be done at a delegate convention, to be selected from the various precincts in the county at a date to be fixed by the County committee. goner and Ina Bell Morrison. Little Girl's Race 12 years old and under, $3 5O hat given by Miss Evelyn Hicks; won by Alma Burdett Old Men's Foot Race 00 years old and over. 5O lbs. best flour given by Star Roller Mill. Second prize, 25 lbs. of flour given by Wm. Johnsou; Peter Ford and Alex Eskrldgc. Largest Lady on Ground One room pattern wall paper given by Edward Gregory, valued atf5.; won by Mrs. Keenati. Largest Family on ground 50 lbs. best flour given by L. C. Taul; won by Hyram Moorman. Oldest Man on ground $3, hat given by F. Fraize; won by Ira Banard. Best Preserved Old Lady on ground $5. cake given by 7O years and over Sam Brown; won by Mrs. Abe $10. Skill-man. by Chas. Wag- at Irvington-Lar- ge Attendance of Ministers and Delegates-Church Boosters tend Of Falls City Will At Day-Secre- tary Breckenridge County Skillman Delighted. Dedicated by Sister L. M. Moosley. CALLED BANDY MEMORIAL Fair Louisville R. N. Miller has returned to Indianapolis. In Good Roads Convention at IrMrs. Wlllard Arnold and children left this week for Owensboro, Fordsville and vington Saturday-T- wo HunHorse Branch dred People Present-M- en Mrs. Chas. R. Shepherd and little daughter, Dorothy, have returned from Enthusiastic Brandenburg. SPECIAL RATE GIVEN TO ALL. Winchester Rifle given by Payne & Co.; won by Virginia Helm Mlliner. Guessing Contest ft. pants or shoes given by Quiggins & Beavin; won by Lenard Pleasant. Baby Show Prettiest girl baby 18 months and under, gold locket and chain given by Gibson & Son, won by Dorothy Graham May. Prettiest boy con-rad, BAiCHTES ooo The Leitchfield Presbytery embracing about five churches with twenty five Ministers convened at this place August 8, 0. 10 with splendid attendance of delegates and visitors. The opening address was ably delivered by the Rev. T.C. Wilson, of Franklin, Ky. Miss Elvia Wilson, of Louisville, and the Rev. Price, of Providence, Ky., gave many Interesting and edifying talks on missions. Rather an unique feature of these meetings was the quartette singing of the Huff brothers, of Natch, Ky. The dedicatory sermon was delivered by Sister L.M. Moosley, of Caneyville. The church was dedicated without debt the pastor and people are rejoicing and it is called Bandy Memorial In hnn or of R. S. Bandy, of this city. This church is just a year old with a membership of 4S and 44 of them are heads of families. This certainly speaks well and very gratifying for this church. The Womans Missionary meetings auxiliary to these gatherings were held in the Baptist church and wefe of unusual interest and woll attended. One year from same date these good people will hold their meetings at New Salem, Ky. The Trade Boosters of the Louisville Commercial Club are planning to send n large delegation to the Hardinsburg Fair August 23, which is Louisville bay. John M. Skillman, secretary of the Breckenridge County Fair Association, has advised the Commercial Club that an elaborate reception awaits the Louisville visitors. A special rate of $ 2 has been secured for the round trip. The train will leave the Tenth-stre- et station over the Hen- derson Route, at 8:10 a. m. and will arrive at Hardinsburg at 11:15 a. m. and will arrive at Louisville at 7:40 p. m. President Timberlake has appointed every member of the Commercial Club a delegate and official notification will be sent out by Secretary A. B. Lipscomb within tne next few days. There are many people in Louisville who formerly lived in Breckenridge county and it is believed that a good many of them will take advantage of this opportunity to visit their old home. Louisville Herald. Mrs. G. L. Brady and daughter, Miss Jessie Brady, will leave this week for Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bland have returned home from Elizabethtown. Mr3. L. B. Moremen and son, Louis Bennett, are visiting In Brandenburg. Miss Letcher Matthews, of Bards-tow- n, arrived last week. Mrs. Bettle Lloyd, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyddan at tht-i- r country home, has returned to Louisville. Miss L. B. McGlothlan is the guest of Mrs. C. M. McGlothlan at West Point. Floyd Carter has returned to Clover port. Miss Lula Hnrdestry, after n visit with Mrs. Lawrence Speaks, returned home Friday. Mrs. T. E. Ditto, of Louisville, came Monday to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J no. Cox. Miss Susie Bandy is home from Hard insburg where she was the guest of 1 MEETING THIS AFTERNOON Notice Irvington, Aug. 1j. (Socclan Da- splte the fact that the Democratic convention for this district was in session at Hardinsburg, 250 enthusiastic citizens from nlong the proposed route of the Irvington-Custepike, met in the convention called here Saturday afterdoon at 1:30 p. m.,for the purpose of discussing plans and reducing the movement to a working basis. The meeting was presided over by J. M. Herndon, chairman of the committee. An able address on pike building as hu uplifting movement, was delivered by Walter E. Rowe.Dean of College of Engineer-ing- , Kentucky University Lexington. In his address Mr. Rowe ureed the citizens to get busy at once in this most laudable undertaking which already had been delayed years to long. The address by Mr. Rowe was followed by timely talks from Mr. Jesse R. Eskridge, County Attorney of BreckenMiss Margaret Peyton. ridge county. The Round Table led by Mr. Rowa Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tilford left Sun day for Fordsville where they will visit was participated in by a number of interested parties after which the foltheir daughter, Mrs. Clarence r e. J100 00. Miss Philomena Speak, of Stanley, is The civil term of the Cloverport Police Court will be held the first Mon- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Speaks. day in each month, the next court beMrs. J. M. Herdon and little son, ing Monday, September 4. The court Fairleigh, will return home today from has jurisdiction of all matters Involving Brandenburg. a controversy of amounts from 1.00 to Mrs. Floyd Roberts and daughter, V. G. Babbage. Dr. Meador Here Dr. J. W. Meador, of Custer, called at the News office last week on his way to Patesville to vis.it relatives. Dr. Meador Is one of the leading citizens of the Custer country and the News people were pleased to see him. In ooo ooo J. Piggott, Secretary and Treasurer.' committee on solicitations: J. B. Herndon, P. W. Foote, D. C. Heron, B. S. Wilson, W. G. Lawson. The meeting then adioumprf m moof again at Irvington, Wednesday afterMargaret, and Miss Rena Roberts spent noon, August 16. last week with Mrs. Kate Carter and Mr. and Mrs; Frank .Carter, near Clo I THINK OF THEE. verport. On Tuesday twenty-ninth, lowing officers were unamimously elected: Jesse M. Herndon. Present- - w Our Harbor Orleans. Boling, the popular Henderson Route conductor will regret to learn that he was compelled to have his injured foot amputated. The operation took place Monday morning at Dr. Simons' Infirmary. Dr. Simons was assisted by Dr. L. Peaslee-GaulbeMrs. John Gregory, whose home is B. Moreman, of Irvington, rt Comand Dr. Mc DItto,made oy near the Murray Tile Plant, entertain- Donald. pany last week. He has been made friends to supper after ed twenty-ffv- e traveling salesman In Alabama. Mr. the barbecue. Ditto started with the broom and dust Happiest Birthday pan about three years ago with this paint house. He will not be nineteen Mrs. William Glen Hardaway kept At the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. years old until September and his proopen house all day at the paritfage and served lunch to nearly all her Mattingly on the Pike yesterday, a motion is indeed creditable. friends. They ate a half a bushel of home picnic was given in honor of the anniversary of Mr. Mat-tlngl- BRIDE SEVENTEEN tomatoes and enjoyed the Hardaway's sixty-secobirthday. An elegant baskett hearty welcome as much as their to GROOM ONE YEAR OLDER dinner was served on the lawn and It mato crop. was a happy occasion for the family, ooo neighbors and close friends. The Miss,Roda Ann Woods, the pretty Many homes were opened from par- children present were: Mr. and Mrs. seventeen year old daughter of Mr.and including the bath room. Frank Mattingly, Mr. and Mrs. lor to pantry J. T. Mrs. Ben Woods, was married to Mr. Several visitors took a dip before they Mattingly, Mr. and Mrs. Roy MattingThadius.Applegate, eighteen year old left town. ly, Wallace Mattingly, Mrs. Carl Don-ar- son of James Applegate. The marriage opo Mrs. Uenverzatch and Mrs. Ben took place Sunday, August 6, at Hltes Knot Hardin certainly sported Rldgway. Father Brey, Mr. and Mrs. Run and the Rev.Mr.Bowlds officiated. around in his automobile. Mr. Hardin Juett McDonald and Dr. McDonald All arrangements were made for the says he wouldn't have a town girl as a were among the friends present, wedding to take place at the groom's craclous gift, but he made himself home, but Rev. Bowlds refused to Joy at "Welcome-All- ." jnlghty pleasant to them Thursday. marry them except under the parental roof of the bride. So the bridal couple Such a hearty welcome was never aud fifty guests returned to the bride's Jeff Hook brought a jolly party from given a baby girl as greeted littlo Miss home where tee matrimonial knot was big touring car. Hardinsburg in Ills The following party came from West Point: Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, Mrs. Pr-l- tt, Mrs. C.M.McGuffey and daughter, Fannie; Mrs. R. Masteu, Mrs James Robertson and daughter, Mamie; Miss Hoko and Zelma Brashear, Miss Hat-ti- e Barnett, C. M. McGlothlan, Jule Brashear and Mr. Murray. ooo James Bojing Has Foot Amputated. The large circle of friends of James ooo Seven gasoline boats were tied up down at West Harbor last week waitSaturday. ing for repairs rrom the Cloverport Mrs. McCoy's death was caused from Foundry. Seven men were at work on heart trouble. She was fifty-on- e the J. D. Kendall, which was launched years old and was an active christian Friday. Geo.Rlddell and Henry Pearwoman wno will be greatly missed. son, of Leavonsworth; Philip Pettltt, She leaves a large family. of Rome; aud Jim Winchell and Jim Polk, of Tobinsport, have the little Made Traveling Salesman steamer in tow. Mr. Will Pate says the Hoosiers are hustlers and will The Meade County Messenger an have the job finished by October. nounced the promotion of Holton Young IRVINGTON. Miss Marv Henry has returned home after spending several montns in Macon, Ga with Mrs. G. W. Warfield. Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain will leave Thursday for Atlantic City. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, accompanied by her two neices, Misses Eliza Piggott and Eula Wathen, leave the 17th for an extended trip East They will be gone three weeks. Worland Carter, who has the contract for the new railroad from Irvington to the crusher, near Geo. V. Lyddan, has ooo nd y's " evening, August the at the Irvington college will be given one of the finest opportunities to listen to a musical concert ever known in this part of the State. Seldom does Miss Cornielle. Overstreet give recitals in her home city, so well, indeed may Irvington be proud of this honor. Miss Overstreet's reputation as an artist and teacher of the pianoforte is national, having played as soloest with the Symphony orchestras of our eastern and large western musical cen ters numbers of times. Rumor has it on good authority that she will leave for Europe within a year to do concert work and teaching under Letscheizky. Let Irvington and the entire community make the most of this splendid opportunity. On and after Wednesday Aug 16 tickets at 50 cents each will be on sale at the Irvington Pharmacy. The program will appear in full in the next weeks edition of the News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGary, of Kirk, are spending a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Tony King. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Neafus and child ren returned Sunday from a brief visit to Mrs. Neafus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J no. Childs, near Guston. After the young peoples meeting at the Methodist church on Friday night the members Held an extra session on Mr Piggotts lawn where the merits of grapes and water melon were discussed. The Public School opened Monday with Mr. Coleman Payne as principal and Miss Ma; Watlington as assistant. The attendance was fine with the prospect of lots more. Herbert Beard and Jesse Esfcridge, of Hardinsburg, spoke at the Irvlngton-Cust- er pike meeting on Saturday. Mrs. Nannie Wathen is in Springfield for a few days. Miss Letitia Chapin will leave today for Cincinnati. Miss Edith Marshall, who has been visiting friends here, will return to her work In Ithaca, New York, next week. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewlsport BEST Flour. think of thee, when the bright sun light shimmers Across the sea: When the clear fountain 'in the moon beam glimmers, I think of thee. I see thee, if far up the pathway yonder rne oust be stirred: If faint steps o'er the little bridge to wander At night be heard. I hear thee, when the tossing waves low rumbling Creeps uo the hill; I go to the lone wood and listen, trem I bling. When all is still. where-so-eve- r thou art roaming And thou art near; The sun goes down, and soon the stars are coming; Would thou wert here. Goethe. I am with thee, Mrs. Cissell Dead Mrs. L. B. Perkins was called to Evansvllle Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Livina Cissell, who U well known here, having once lived lu Cloverport. She leaves three children, Mrs. Norman Howard, Mrs. Thos. Llndsey and Will Cissell. One Prosperous Calling. In a period when mauy business and professional men complain of unusual dulness In their various callings it is pleasant to record that oue occupation diligently followed by many persons of both sexes Is at Its height. We refer to the business of minding other people's business. New York Sun. ooo ' Cathrlne Clara Carter. She arrived tied. August the eleventh at the home of her Miller and Ball run their car from parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter. the barbecue grounds to the Ice plant, all day. They had passengers every ooo ooo CHURCH NOTES the entire grading near completion and expects to put the final touch on by the 1st of September. Mr. Carter is an enterprising business man and whatever he undertakes Is pushed through with perseverance. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lyddan gave an enjoyable surprise party to the young folks of the city on Tuesday evening. The party included twenty-fivguests. Misses Inez and Louise Walker have returned to Stithton after a visit to their cousin, Miss Etsie Kendall, near e No Place Like Home. Clark Owen came home from California last week. He has been away six years and was right glad to get back to home and frienda. "Gold dont lay around loose out in California" said Clark "It's as hard to find there as here. This train doesn't run fust enough to get me home to mammy." trip. "I Wonder." Webster, C. p. Smith has opened a grocery store on Main street and is now ready to sorve the public with all kinds of fine eatables, both canned and green. His mr'tto will be "The House of Plentv" sr give him a call and be served to the high class groceries at most reasonable NOTICE TO CHURCHES The Methodist Ladles Aid Society If a stork can stand on one fuot, Do will hold Us annual election of officers Prizes and Winners you think a Pelican? the first Monday In September. AJ members are requested to attend and Boys Contest $3- - shoes given by J, 000 to bring their birthday boxes to be open, T. O'Connell; won by Sherley Conlce. If Curtis should beat the flying rec, Ball Throwing Contest For ladies ord, Do you think he would be dqing ed on this occasion. 000 only. 1 doz. photos., given by 0. G,' Wright? All church announcements, except Brabandt. Second prize, 3. hat given 000 those of a business nature.are publishby Mrs, J. IH, Cordrey; won by Mrs. Xd Adams, and Miss Lucy Hall. wont March, Do you think ed free in the News. If February Ugliest ManonGround 1 box cigars April May? Caught from Evansvllle Louisville Evening Post given by Irvla leavln; won by David operatar by Moorman at L, H. & St. L. and Breckenridge News Shops. one year $3.50, Mich. Mr. Baur III. $3.50 prices. Mrs. F. B, Marshall, of Cincinnati, will arrive this week for a visit to Mrs. A. D. Pulllam. Mrs. D. T. Wilson and children and Mrs. David Bridgewater and son, of Greensburg, left today after being the When sending locals In for ice cream Billy Bauer, the well-like- d brakesman, who runs ou the passenger with suppers, remember this is advertising couductor Richard Stltes, is ill of fever. and it costs 10 cents per lino. Church His friends trust his illness will not be suppers are purely a business propo-sitioas much so as run serious. nlng a newspaper and thus charges are made for advertising them. We are For Mrs. McDonald glad to print free reports of all revivMrs. Juett McDonald, of Marora, als and services, If they are written 111., was the guest of honor at a de briefly and readable. Correspondents lightful reception given Wednesday writing locals for church suppers, sead afternoon at the home of Mrs. Samuel 10 cents for each line. Sia; words make P. Conrad. a line. John D, Babbage n, We will sell, as long as they last at ten per cent oil, all our stock ot Buggies, Surries, and Runabouts. Also at the same reduction all ot our Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Screen Doors and Windows and Screen Wire, Lawn Mowers, Superior Lawn Swings and Lawn Settees. We are agents tor Hoosier, Empire andto Grain Drills. Atull line ot Owensboro and Studebaker Wagons at prices suit all. Drop in and teU us your wants and see it we can't supply them in a satisfactory way CO. IRVINGTON HARDWARE fAND IMPLEMENT UNION Incorporated Punctuality Thrro Is nlon'tv of In 'London, IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY STAR. PUBLIC SALE 01 Jersey Cattle durinor the fair at Hardinsburg, Ky. Sale will take place 'immediately after the Jersey Cattle show on the morning of the last day, AUGUST 24th. This is by far the best lot of Jersey's 1 have ever owned, and any one denrins' a high class butter cow will do well to attend this sale. Cows arc two and four years old, all in full milk. A number of high-clas- s Heifer Calves will bo ottered, sired by Mr. Jack-f-o- n a registered bull richly bred and a fine individual. Mr. Jackson has served me three years, which is as long as I can use him. lie will be oHered also. Hois out of Adrina second by Ad rum's Fox, he by Flying Fox; so ibis bull is a grandson of the great Flying Fox, one of the greatest sires known to Jersey breeders. For further particulars, address P. M. BEARD :- -: Hardinsburg, Ky. i TV i 5v .Digger ana .. - man reuer T"i T- TP nrver business London, just as In America, but the English wnys seem to be mucu The "Board of Education" convened moro systematic nnd dignified. The here Monday for the purpose of elect man of business Is always attired with ing new officers etc. care pink net ktle. chamois gloves. Masonic barbecue at Cloverport frock coat, snats for business proce The with due was (,'reatly enjoyed by a huge number dure In England must bo met complianeo to English Ideas of propri from here ety. Mrs. L. T. Roberts, of Stephcnsport Appointments must be made by writspentSunday in town the guest of Mrs. ten notes-- nit typewritten, mind-a- nd D. S. Richardson. when the aiiDoIntuient is made It Is to ap Willie Dutschke, son of S. II. Duts-chk- e, bo kept to the dot. I kept nine pointments in one day and found every tyvho suffered a relapse from When you man ready and wnitlng. phoid fever Is slightly better. think that old London is slow Just Miss Hallie Severs has completed wake up. They don't make much fuss the 5th week of her school at Brashear about things, but they just plan and school house, Frymire, Ky. This is do what they set out to do. Joe Mitchell Chappie In National Magazine. her second term there. ' Cashman and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. A well known Des Moines woman after children spent Sunday guests of Mrs. uffering miserably for two days from M. J. Crosson and Miss Liss Cashman. bowel complaint, was cured by one dose Peyton Canary, Jr., of Roberts Bot oi Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and tom, was the visitor of Miss Brook Hall D arrhoea Remedy. For sale by all dealSunday. ers. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McAfee and The Egg and the Shell. son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. S Eggshells are made chiefly of carJolly Sunda'. bonate of lime, and tho yolk is half Mary and Adele Frymire, of Che water, half oil nnd albumen, while the nault, are spending a few weeks with white of nn egg, as it Is called, consists of water chiefly with albumen their aunt, Mrs. E. H. Shelman. will occupy his and a little phosphorus and sulphur. Henry Jarb-Rev. floats at tho top of yolk pulpit here next Sunday, his regular Tho white, alwaysbe as near as possible sp to tho appointment. to the hen when she sits upon it to Mrs. Milner and daughter, Mrs. Geo. hatch It. while two cords attached to E. Schrelber, and Catherine Schreiber the yolk, one at each end. prevent it were visitors in Stephcnsport Monday. from actually touching the shell. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or plication of diseases last Friday was cemetery near bums without a scar. Cures piles, ec buried in the Shelman zema, salt rheum, any Itching. Doan's Uahant. Ky., Saturday. Oiutment. Your druggist sells it. now. Now is the time to buy a Huy it bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera WITNESS. A COMPETENT n nd Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost to be needed before the summer is The Mule's Testimony Was Taken nnd over. This remedy has uo superior. For Accepted by the Juage. saleliy all dealers. The originator of a widely known probation system, Judge WJlIiam J puucu uuun, ia i'oiiaru or a sr.. SWAGES AND CLOTHES. the subject of a Boston Herald story way of Carefulness That Was Not Appreciated which Illustrates his unlaue dealing out Justice to minor offenders. by the Missionaries. a driver hail been brought before Ardent missionaries were trying to Judge 1'ollard. charged with cruelty to convert the natives of a village In undriving a gaiieu clad Africa to modesty as well as to animals. Ho had been mule, but ho had an expert witness In Christianity nnd for that purpose pro uini me vided them all with more or less com- a veterinarian who testmeu not pain natives sore on tho mule's back did plete outfits of clothes. The were delighted nnd spent several days the nnlmnl In the least. The 1udeo listened attentively to the simply in parading in civilized garb devillage street. long technical opinlous nud then through the one narrow manded to know the mule's But when Sunday arrived and tho Ho was informed that It was blacks thronged to the weekly church In harnessed to a wagou which stood on service, carrying tho new clothes i lie street lii front of the courthouse-bundles under their arms, the missionto were dismayed and feared some The Judgo then ordered that court aries be adjourned for Ave minutes. kind of barbaric outbreak. But since no took his cane and nrocceuea to there seemed to be tho usual mingling of curiosity and reverence on tho street, went up to tho mule and.ltl. ln nnri nt " nnne contlv touchthe part of tho natives they decided (,.IU It'U . va. lita to nsk no questions until after the cd the soro spot on tho nnltnal's back. service. Thero was a normal quiet The mule promptly trieu to kick iuo dnshhonrd off tho wacon. Once again until Just as the sermon wns begun. Then suddenly a hugo chief, who tho Judgo touched tho sore spot with bad been squatting with his face to- his cane, and the muio responueu as ward the open doorway, leaped to his before. Judco Pollard returned to the bench. feet with an exclamation. of tho tribe The prisoner was called before him. Immediately the others "With all duo respect to tuo expert did likewise, crying, "Tho sun-t- ho sun!" unwrapped their bundles and testimony vou have had Introduced in your behalf to show that tho mule's proceeded to put on their clothes. "What does It all mean?" Inquired back does not pain hlra, I win line i you $50," nnnouncea tuo juugc. one of the white teachers. The old chief turned to him with asked the muio If tho soro hurt him, "Of course," said and ho said it did." equal amazement. he, "we could not wear our beautiful ornnmcnts when the rain might como Cheapest accldeut insurance Dr nnd spoil them." -- New York Tribune, Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All druggists sell it cer-tu- in where-niinnis. rush and hurry In ( Grab This Tremendous Newspaper Bargain! THE paper, , Evansville's leading newsaccept yearly subscriptions between will the 15th of August and 15th of September for the ridiculously low price of $1.25. JOURNAL-NEWS( THINK OF IT1 for one year delivered at carrier for $1.25, containing all the market reports, the latest news from Washington, political happenings of the hour, besides its other clever and interesting features such as "Tad's" famous cartoons, the Bettye Brown page for women and an Editorial page that stands for something. 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O'Rear'B opening speech at Ellzabethtown which dealt with Senator Bradley's election and with the question of his own resignation from the Court of Appeals while making tho race for Governor on the Republican ticket Is as follows: Notwithstanding our platform was adopted more- than a month ago, and that Us provisions wero In tho main Get forth In tho announcement of my candidacy four months ago, not ono journal or speaker of tho opposition has assailed any ono of those planks as unsound or undesirable, save the county unit plank. True, certain gentlemen aspiring to nomination on the Democratic ticket took a fling at the proposed platform, but as they wero defeated In their own party It would seem that their criticisms wero not woll received. This silence of the Democratic presa and speakers, Including nominees, Is significant. Especlaly la this truo when It Is viewed In tho light of tho treatment by that press of our ticket. You have observed that all their denunciation has been directed at me personally. The effort Is to destroy tho public's confidence In me; to make It appear that I am untrustworthy and Insincere. I can not believe this Is because of any personal malevolent feeling towrrd me; that I of all men In tho Republican party In Kentucky who have been nominated for thte high office am so woefully deficient In character and so dangerous In tendency. Tho true reason appears to mo to bo that as our platform Is Invulnerable, Is an advanced presentation of live subjects In keeping with the public good and the popular demand, It is necessary, In order to destroy our chances of winning, that the ticket be discredited. And as I made my canvass before the Republicans upon these Identical policies, and was because of them overwhelmingly chosen to head the ticket, my destruction would best Insure the defeat of our sonal, partisan attack Is made upon me. My position as a member of the Court of Appeals for the past eleven years has given me great opportunity for serving the State well or 'bad. In that, my learning as a lawyer was not more Important than my character a? a man. Ye't none of these papers have thought that I was unfitted to serve you In that high and Important ofllco. This tardy assault now Indicates not only that It Is without foundation In truth, but is Insincere, and rested alone upon a sinister purpose. Collateral Issues must be Introduced to carry out the plan of the opposition, and tho public must be deceived by them so as to distract attention from the true Issues. Hence tho Interpolation of Immaterial Issues. I do not mean to Imply that my own sincerity and uprightness as a man and as a public official are Immaterial, but that the efforts resorted to so far to establish that fact are. Of these, tho two most harped on by the press are my allusion to Senator Bradley's title and my failure to now resign my office as Judge, pending tho campaign. Of tho first, I have this much to say: My training and habit of mind are to presume every man Innocent of crime until at least there Is soma substantial evidence to the contrary. That Is not only the course of law, but Is the only decent way of treatment of the matter. It has become a common practice In this country to accuse the highest public officials of the basest crlmlnaj purposes without any evidence and without any foudatlon In fact. We need not stop now to Inquire why this is so; It Is enough that It Is a fact. Yet those of us who undertake to make public and responsible statements on tho subject ought at least bo free from that national weakness. I begin, therefore, with the pre sumption that this high official, repm sentijig Kentucky In the Senate of the United States, Is as guiltless of crime In procuring his office as his distinguished colleaguo or any other member. This presumption should stand until there Is contrary evidence. Tha' he was elected by recoivlng the votes of four Democratic members of the Kentucky Legislature, in addition to all the Republican members. "Is well kn.own. There has been no suggestion that the support of any one of the.Re-publlcamembers was procured by corruption. It Is only as to the Democratic votes that this accusation Is now hinted at. I have no knowledge whatever that any of them was corrupted, nor have I ever heard of an lota of evidence to sustain tho Intimation. On tho contrary, I had supposed that those members who voted for Mr. Bradley did so In order to defeat Mr. Beckham, and that they finally voted for Mr. Bradley for that purpose alone It will be remembered that Mr. Beckham and Mr. McCrcary hnd Just mado a race In tho Democratic primary for the nomination for United States Senator. Bockham pitched his campaign on the question of putting the liquor trado out of politics In Kentucky. He had, as Goyornor, advocated a county unit law, and had procured a partial one to be passed He had deeply offended tho liquor Intorests In Kentucky by that fact, and had Incurred their bitter enmity. They opposed him solidly, with their money and vote, supporting McCreary. But Beckham was declared tho nomlneo-Thliquor Intercrts, trie to their Icy of accepting nothing as Bettled. that was not settled their way, kop' up the. fight In the Legislature. Their chief organ then, as now, tho Courier-Journal- , editorially advised the Democratic members to bolt Mr, Beckham's nomination: counseled his defeat as a fitting punishment for his party perfidy In abandoning the liquor papl during his administration. I supposed that the Courier-Journa- l was by no worse motive than revenge upon an adversary whom It could not defeat nor control In the n ment, tried It out. Perhaps other causes made his defeat Inevitable, without the machine But Mr. Edwards for Lieutenant Governor and Mr. Lnffoon for Auditor had ample opportunity for testing Its working qualities. Senator Blackburn came back to warn his party friends of tho presence and power of that machine. He declared It was here nnd at work. He declaimed against Its danger to good government. It was on that ground that he contested tho nomination ol Mr. McCreary and those elected by his machine for places on the State ticket. Tho warnlngB seem to have had the contrary effect from that Intended. It was hoped to arouse the voters In the Democratic party to a sense of party peril, as well as danger to the State. The voters, however, hail found by long and bitter experience, that a fight against tho machine, with the machine conducting the election, was a hopeless task. Hence they stayed nway from the election. Only about thirty per cent of the Democrats of the State participated In the primary, according to the face of tho returns, while If the padding done In Louisville and the Big Sandy region, not to mention others, be subtracted, not more per cent voted. than twenty-fiv- e A party machine is more than a name. Its existence can not bo determined merely upon assertion. It implies a number of persons In power In office, State or party offices, who by virtue of their power nnd Influence can control and do control the party's action, more or less regardless of the will of Its voters. A party machine Is essentially a body of men wielding official power In the party, and who stand together for the common end, the perpetuation of those men or their friends In office. The State Democratic Committee Is alleged by many Democrats, and believed by many others, to be such a machine. body. Its choice It is a for Governor won because he was Its choice. Otherwise he would have done precisely as all the others did who Btarted to get Into the race (except Addams). His committee called the to-wl- t, d ' ' ' ' ' " ticket It Is therefore this bitter, per- ,E. C. OTtEAR. primary at his expensive, behest, which Indicates that there wa3 understanding between a previous him, certain members of the committee and certain other Democrats not members, but who controlled certain members, that such would be the course. The committee. In short, at every step of the campaign, beginning' last December and up to the last meeting the other day, has. acted In perfect accord upon a program previously agreed upon between its dominant members and Its selection for Governor. The only break that we know of was In the' Railroad Commissioner's race In tho Second District. That break was not In the committee. It was because personal Influences outside of the committee, and which on all other matters were In accord with the committee, were not strong enough In that particular Instance to cope with the demands of the liquor Interests, and certain of Its allies In the lobby, as to that particular race. The nominations desired, planned nnd previously agreed upon by that committee have been made with an unerring precision that shows machine work. It may be that the gentlemen so nominated were better men than those rejected. A wise machine would not chooso tho weakest men In a close State. The fact remains, however, that ticket. It Is a machine-pickeNor does It necessarily follow that a party machine Is composed of corrupt men. It may be quite tho contrary. But It Is also true that such an organization Is not only ensler to bo reached by. designing Interests, or than the unscrupulous politicians, larger body of tho party Is, but It Is so frequently tho case that It Is so dominated that It has becdmo the general rule. In truth, such interests can not a party otherwise than dominate through a machine organization, nor do they ever attempt to do so. For those reasons, If not for others, party machines are regarded by the public ' with Intense and merited distrust unwise, because unsafe, It Is most for the people to nbdlcnte their supreme control In favor of any lesser It Inevitably body within n party. leads to abuse of power, and affords the surest nvenuo for tho entrance Into political power of the baneful Influences so familiar In modern times, the Interests, which special thrive upon the public because of un due preferences given or allowed them by law. Majority of Democrats Had No Voice one-side- d d of Kentucky did not even in making the present ticket It is not, therefore, their act and deed. AsIde,from the fear of mawhich seeniB to chine domination, have been well founded, the Democrats were not gives an opportunity of knowing beforehand, what the candidates Democrats It Is In Party Ticket. certain that a majority of the participate CTilno ruled, then offcnr.g stood for, and as It has b ; If both parties are come common nowadays for tho peoplt It would matter little to tho average to voto for measures as well as men,' voter which prevnlled, na ono party ma-It Is quite likely they wero unwilling chine Is ns objectionable when In In this Instance to commit themselves, power its tho other. Party bosses to any set of men, however mlnent In lobbyists and corruptlonlsts are all of character, without knowing also for a kind. what they stood besides holding office Urges Remedy To Deprive Machine of The falluro of a majority of tho DemoPower. crats to participate In the committee's If then It be true that Kentucky Is primary made It easier for tho comIn tho party that mlttco to provide tho result, as It la yet machlno-rlddc- n reasonably Buro that all whom the claims to be tho dominant party here, commltteo could control did partlcl-- what Is the remedy? Surely not to set pnrty up another mnchlne-rlddepate. In every hotly contested primary, That might be swapping the dovll for election or convention, unlawful means n witch. But I maintain It 1b to so are used to debauch such electors aa regulate government as that neither are vulnerable by that means. The party can, If It attempts to, prevail by fewer decent pcoplo who participate ,n machine, In the ast the effort has makes It easier for the briber to get. been and such was the ndvlco of SenIn his work. He has fewer voles to ator Blackburn only six weeks ago to overcome In that event That such; smash tho machine. That Is very good means were used In tho late primary as far its it goes. But thero Is nothing there are many evidences. How far, yet to prevent another machine's belns that affected tho result can not nowj Immediately got together, which would My be known. It Is pointed out as one of be no better than Its predecessor. the great dangers attending a commit- Idea Is, to make the operations of the tee primary, arranged, managed, and' machine more difficult, and to deprive executed In every particular In accord It of the dangerous power under the with the previous purposes of the law it now uses nnd abuses. To do mancommittee. It Is one of tho great dan- this, first, I urge the State-widdatory primary election law, held at gers of the machine syBtera. When the "platform convention" tho public expense. In which nil canwas called the committee wns careful didates must be nominated at the same to protect Its own tenure In office time, the officers of tho election being from the people by declaring In the call public officials, not party appointees. that the committee should not be re- Let nnybody become n candidate who organized by the State Convention, al- can muster enough support to reprethough the party law provides to tho sent 1,000 voters on his petition (for a contrary. Without that safeguard In- State office); let the printing of balserted In tho call by the committee by lots as well as circulation of literature tho consent of the Democratic nomi- setting forth each candidate's proposbe by public nees, it Is certain the committee would als and counter-proposal- s have continued to refuse the party n nuthorlty. the candidates bearing only actual cost of printing and postage. platform at nil, as It wob mainly with Its own tenure In office, Prohibit campaign funds of larger size therefore of power. Thus do tho nomi- than to defray such expenses and the nees agree In advance to continue In candidates' traveling bills and adverpower over the Democrats of the State tising. Prohibit the gathering of those a committer which is a veritable po- big funds that are bo necessary and delitical machine, In spite of tho party lectable to the "committee." Thus law to the contrary, and In spite of your machine would be shorn of Its any desire on the part of tho Demo- power for evil, and there would be no crats to change their committee. The more machines calling for "smash-Ings.- " This, you will recall, Is ono of platform Is yet In doubt. So Is tho fate of the State ticket. But not so the the planks of our platform, and one Democratic machine. It has wisely In the platform on which I went before provided for Its own security and per- the people and because of it In part petuity, regardless of the popular will. was selected by them. A machine can not run without But that Is the way of party machines. The point I make is, the Democratic greasing. That Is truo of political as party Is under the domination of a well as other machines. The lubricant party machine, which It has not a of the political machine Is a "campaign fund." That Is the committee's chance to rid itself of. power In final analysis. As It Is most People. Q'Rear Choice of the people. operated against Now let us look at tho other side. frequently chance of gettingthe funds Its You will easily recall my campaign for It has no Interests, or It was distinctly a from that source. InSpecial are then the the nomination. office, call to the people. A majority of tho party appointees latup supply. Republican State Committee was op- sources of the Kentucky Take havethe a not we posed to me. I never attended a meet- ter first In protection for the appointservice ing of the committee before tho nomi- civilofficials. They are at the mercy of ive nation. their superiors In office. The body havThe Republican State officials, with ing the most places nt Its disposal Is one exception, were all either opposing It Is now my nomination, or were so concerned the Prison Commission. In by the Legislature Joint sesIn their own as to be somewhat indif- elected sion. It must get Its votes there. ferent as to me. It Is supposed the Hence that Commission concerns Itself Governor did not desire my nomina- mainly with seeing that Its friends are tion. Naturally and not Improperly Legislature. In order to to he favored hl3 Lieutenant Governor. elected Its the friends It must have the was himself elect Tho Lieutenant Governor local committees and campaign a candidate for the nomination. The means, These are supplied partly by fund. camSecretary of State managed his the prison guards, who Tho Attorney General man- the appointees, "assessed" unmercifully, paign. not only aged the campaign of another one of are must see to It that local commitmy opponents. Tho Superintendent of but aro "right." Tho Prison Commistees Public Instruction supported energet- sion having such intimate relations ically his kinsman and county-man- , with the Legislature, by reciprocity Mr. Cox. The Treasurer, Auditor and also sought by other "InAgriculture were methods, are "representatives" before of Commissioner terests" as conthe each candidates before body or Its committees. Whether vention, and whatever their personal that Commissioners receive personal the preferences, were properly most con- pay, or contributions to the "camcerned In their own races, and whether paign fund," Is all,one to the public. so or not, disclaim any part In the system fosters the machine Idea, final actions of the convention in pro- The In fact has been so employed In of the present nnd curing the nomination Kentucky. The penal Institutions of Republican ticket. That left supporta poofficial, the the State are thereby made Into ing me alone but one State litical asset and managed accordingly. Clerk of the Court of Appeals. propose to make these boards biAmong Federal officeholders, the I partisan one party acting as a kind Senator was neutral, bo far as I know. of check to tho political manipulations. There are five Collectors of Internal of the other, and preventing assess-Revenue In Kentucky. Two supported ment of appointees, hoping to abolish one of my opponents; one the other, entirely; then let them be one supported me, and one waa neu- that feature by the Governor. They appointed tral. The two United States Marshals' would no longer have either the power offices opposed me; so did the Pension to meddle In electing Agent for Kentucky. The Surveyor ol or the Incentive friendly Legislatures or tampering the Port at Louisville and the United with that body after Its election. My States District Attorney at Louisville proposal Is to take that Commission supported me. The postmasters, with out of politics, by making It two or three exceptions, In the First as possible, and removing as and Second Districts, where they were both thofaropportunity nnd means for (a bad policy, also County Chairmen Its becoming a professional lobby at as well as unlawful) were nearly solid- the Capital. That Is ono way to ly against me. In other distrlcta that by withholding Its support was fairly well divided among "smash a machine." find a plank to lubricant. You will the three candidates for Governor. So that effect In our platform. you see that even if there was a maSpecial Interests Need Attention. chine In the Republican party, It did Special Interests have been much disnot prevail In this Instance. My nomination was most distinctly mado by cussed of late. We are learning raoro the people In the country, In conven- and more nbout their ends and ways tions In which wero gathered more They are of tho tribe who woidd reap than fifty per cent of tho voters In tho where they have not sown; who want party. The remainder of the ticket special Immunities or favors which was nominated by the delegates to the their competitors do not share. They convention,, some 2,400 men, not dl are essentially monopolists. In that rected by any Interest save tho public they want to enjoy conditions from Interest, and not controlled by the man- which others are excluded. This thoy date of any man or set of men. The can do In this country only In one ot either have legislation purpose of certain partisan newspapers two ways favorable to them, i or havo the lawB to show that the convention was though silly In the light of tho executed partially in their behalf. The facts, Is aimed to distract attention former Is much preferred by them, from tho true conditions In their own therefore they are most active nbout party. In one sentence they Bay that tho halls of legislation everywhere Senator Bradley controlled the con In Kentucky, New York. Ohio, West ventlon; In another they say that I Virginia. Missouri, Illinois, Colorado, It, and routed Bradley. California nnd at Washington. Those controlled Both statements are untrue. But what- plying In. Kentucky are such as either want a kind of monopoly In buying ever may bo unblushlngly none has yet arisen to say that any from us, or In selling to us. or In exspecial Interest or any lobby, or any ploiting resources found here. The corrupttonlst dominated the Repub- laws against monopoly are undergoing lican Convention, or had the slightest a constructive and testing ora. Kencontrol over It That Is ono point the tucky must take a hand should do bo people have gained. Nor did I uso a In order not only to protect her own dollar for corruption purposes; nor people, but the country at large. was a dollar used in that way on my These Interests employ agents at every behalf, so far as I know; nor did any Btato capital, charged to look after all Interest contribute n penny to my cam- legislation and t Is found to hear paign expenses. If ever there waa a tver so remotely upon the business or convention which was made up by the lhat Interest the order Is, "Kill It" no people and executed their commands matter wnat tho public good demnnds to the letter, both In ticket and plat- Another has a similar representation They combine their Inform, It was the last Republican State And so on Convention. If there are sorea among fluence and means because It Is not the Republicans, they are not on the only more effective, but cheaper ror people, but on the politicians alone each. It Is both dangerous and exwhose personal ambitions were disap- pensive to undertake to control the pointed, or those tied by stronger majority ot a Legislature after Its bonds than party unity to spme pet election. The better way, they think, Interest which has a grievance at the is to elect It, and It will then do from action of the convention, In that It a sense of gratitude what It could not be bribed to do. "Party" Is the great was ('run over." Men will do for I Bay this much, not In personal Jus- word In such affairs. tification or pride, but because It U a the party what they would not do for pertinent Inquiry of the voters. For he State. So If the party committer j n e, cn-cerne- d 1 boss-riddemla-stateIf-I- effect. This it has refused to do. It did not hnve oven tho flimsy excne that tho people did not want It They did, nnd do yet No other local quen-tlo- n has provoked as much dlBCUiwIon or as pronounced nnd unanimous pubStill, the lic sentiment In Kentucky. popular will and tho constitution have How nnd why? Tho been defied. liquor Interests, particularly tho brewers, have prevented It. They have It by means of their activity In politics In Kentucky In both parties maybe, In the Democratic party particularly, by which they havo controlled the Legislature. Thoy are assessed In every 8tnto and legislative campaign for political purposes, nnd they pay. In return they get Immunity as against tho constitution. They prefer to contribute to tho election of State Senators (thero are fewer ot them), then of Representatives, nnd lastly to the State executive officers. They are determined at whatever cost that that section of tho constitution of Kentucky (Section 61) shall not be carried Into effect by legislation. In spite of campaign after campaign In which that Issue has been presented In electing Legislatures, and In spite of emphatic majorities pledged to tho county unit and the constitution, the Legislature has not acted. The liquor Interests have defeated It to the shame of Kentucky havo controlled the Legislature for twenty years, and ''v tV 'nlnrn" of that that against the constitution nnd the vy notion Is people. A power such ns that 1b danbody In pnrtli- - ' to abolish tho n Why. They gerous. Well may politicians tremblo bring dlsgra" srtiT - inter as wit- at Its menace, and certain big newsInness Ohio o"d i'"in,V: 'hv IHi-papers dance to Its music. A power evitably corri'"Mrn' reti'd pub- that Is to bo feared Is a power also to lic business: they cur "ltutes. be courted by those who fear It moro When you RTm'i ti lob'iy you will dare It have swatted the mother of party ma- than theyclear away first some confusLet us chines. ing and misleading statements of thoso lobTho bustnefo of the the byist Is to either procure lel.Vntlon who nre today openly fighting this In which his emnloyer wnn, enTsh to battles of the liquor Interests StateThey charge that pay well for It or to defeat cfneral campaign. la Is legislation In behnlf of the nubile when wide prohibition not the Issue That by even proposed to curtail h's 'awVss onera-tlons- . not true. It Is It tends The lobbyist works for hire-w- orks our party ns an Issue, and could not always against the public, nnd be ndopted except by an amendment nlwayB to to the constitution. Everybody knowB for Interests conspiring filch the public. His concern is only In that no such amendment Is proposed. Nor Is It the Issue whether a man his pay. But his employer's concern la much larger. Hence he and his em- should bo allowed to drink If he ployer fight together against any one wants to. It Is not at Issue whether sobriety or any party proposing to put, them on the same footing with the rest of or total abstinence Bhnll be forced on the public. To be sure, they do not people as a legal Instead of moral maintain that a professional lobbyist status. Tho whole Issue Is whether the conIs a good thing; they do not care to discuss that Issue. They prefer that stitution shall prevail on this subject. It be not discussed. No more do thoy Wbether as to the retail liquor busidesire the merits and demerits of their ness the constitution shall be a dead particular business methods discussed. letter. Whether prohibition Is wise or unBut they know these matters will be discussed unless public attention is wise as n policy, whether partial or distracted by something else. Hence total prohibition should prevail, are they, and all who serve them and all utterly beside the question. For howwhom In turn they servo politically, ever one may think as to those thlngB, unite In a clamor to drown discussions the quest'on still comes back. What of the main Issue. False Issues must shall be done with the constitution? be raised Instead. The people must Is It tolerable that any Interest may be fooled and enough additional have the constitution nullified as to It bought to outnumber those who listen because the constitution Is not thought think nnd act according to clear judg- to be wise? If so then the Interests You need not be surprised which are mononolles could maintain ment. therefore In this campaign to hear mo that Section IDS of the constitution most bitterly arraigned for all kinds of against mononn'les be Ignored for their Imaginary or trumped-uthings. Per- benefit. Indeed, whenever It Is conweapon ceded that any exnet. mandatory prosonal abuse Is an that has done much service In the past vision of the constitution may be Igin obscuring real Issues. In the ab- nored by any denartment or business sence of anj real matter for complaint, Interest, because It Is Impolitic, or oththey will invent, lie slander, nnd de- erwise, the Constitution ceases to have stroy. Do not think that the Interest a value as an instrument of protection which deliberately plans to plunder a for the pooo'e. ? nla'n a proposition whole people would stop at any kind of need not be discussed. It seems Injury to him who dares get In the strange that anvone could bo. found to way. It has already begun in deadly seriously dispute it. The liquor business Is now a lawful earnest. You might look to see who It Is that speaks In behalf of these In- business where allowed by law to exist. terests. They employ talent, where It Its Interests are therefore to be treated Is for hire, always In preference to In lOntvky under the constitution as stupidity. They do not always pay In lawful. It Is not to bo treated differmoney. Office Is both a good and valu- ently, only so far as the law recogable consideration In such transac- nizes or creates the difference. The tions. Then by making their nttack Honor bus'ness Is not a natural right under the name of a great political It Is a created rteht so all thf courts party they can get for nothing the serv- declare. The doctrine Is universal I, Is the one business that Is regulated ices of the bigoted class of partisans by law under every government In thi Including newspapers of that class Bmall men blinded by party fury and world. Its legal status Is so well resnect that It Is even consumed by small hatreds. Such are settled In tb their methods, nnd It Is this fight accented without further contest bv which Is now on In earnest before tho the liquor' neonle. It Is n'so true tint many people p?iraged 'n that lms!neso people of Kentucky. ieslre to conduct it strict')' within tho Shall Liquor Interests or Constitution law. It Is a pity thev do nit orntml Prevail? the business. So mnny In the li'ialne'S There are a number, of such Interests refuse to live under tho law. defy It, back of this fight against, our ticket break It, and corrupt Its enactment, In Kentucky this year. I will from that the who'o business, as It were Is time to time speak of them nnd their treated In th? nubile mind ns helng methods In detail. Today I will men- cul'ty of these Infractions. In slmp'e tion one only. That is tho liquor inter- lustlco to the members est. Its concern is great. It is one of this statement Is made. The Innocent tho oldest, boldest and most successful members of the business aro thus subtrusts or rather, two trusts In the jected to a doub'e damrer: of being country. The public has not concerned subjected to harsher regulation Itself much with the commercial feaof the rebelliousness of their feltures of those trusts, because It was lows: or. having their business outnot concerned much whether tho price lawed as the on'y means of curbing tho of drinks wns high or low. Tho con- 'awlessness of the majority In It. Indition Is wholly unlike that presented stead of fighting socletv. they might by manufacturers of other commodi- better fight tho lawless element In ties. Hence tho whisky trust and the helr own calling. But the menace ot beer trust have' gone nlong unmolested that lawless element Is so Imminent and uninvestigated In so far as they and real that society must protect Itare simply trusts. The public has self. In this State we aro comm'tted dealt moro with tho question of regu- to regulation not extermination. lating the retail business, ns a matter Regulation Includes, under tho const!-Mitlr- n of policing, rather than with Its comtho right to deny tho privilege mercial feature. Among tho expedin given communities, The people ents resorted to by the public Is that aavo deliberately reserved to themot prohibiting the sale by retail at all selves the right to say In what comIn certain localities, as In sparsoly-settle- d munities the extreme or modified reguIn the lations shall nimly. Thn fight against rural communities. neighborhood of churches, schools, etc. 'he pponle nnd tho constitution has asKentucky undortook In the beginning sumed tho position by the liquor inter-st- s of tho discussion to regulate, not only of not only defying tho constltu-'Ion- , where nnd how, but whether liquors but of corrupting tho polities of should bo sold by retail In particular rhe Stato In order thnt the deflanco sectfonB. In 1S01 tho people adopted a may bo effective. Not only Is tho new constitution. Among Its subjects majesty of tho law ilnunted, but tho waa that of tho retnll liquor traffic. It very means of government nre deprovides that each county, city, town, bauched thnt this Interest may flourish precinct and faxing district shall have In spite of tho right or lawful reguthe right to legislate, for Itself upon lation. Tho condition Is Intolerable the subject whetherBuch sales shall rho meniiB are unbearable. Tho exert-s- d power of tho liquor business In polibe allowed within those units. Tho county Is named as one of tho units. tics threatens to overthrow tho Stato government not by arms. It Is true; TJie Legislature la required by tho d to provide by law for taking but, worso, by corruption. A people may regain liberty; n the sense of tho voters ot each of the jnlts. The Legislature has failed and 'orrupted peoplo aro hopeless. We, as a party, are pledged to the 'efused for twenty years to carry that Into effect as to counties hav- redemption of the constitution on this ing a town larger than the fifth class, subject. Hence we nre being fought by no as to make it the controlling unit he liquor business and by their sponIn prohibiting the sale of liquor. The sors and advocates, with all the bitterconstitution, made for the people and ness, Intolerance nnd venality of a bad adopted by them aa their protection aiiBe driven to desperation. Our position Is this, and this alone: against even tho Legislature, and all manner of oppression, provides a kind Shall the constitution prevail? Shall pf Initiative and referendum on the the corrupting lobby maintained by the subject of liquor traffic. It was left to browers and certain whiskey Interests the Legislature to provide the details be compelled to take Its dirty hand oft only of carrying the provision Into Continued on Page 7 I says that nueh and such an Interest contributed to "our" campaign fund, and must be dealt lightly with, tho argument Is effective upon many members. Tho "Interest" gets Its protection. It pays In party contributions. There Is no other earthly reason why they contribute to campaign funds. It Is for Immunity. And they must generally get what they pay for, or they would have quit paying. Only very rich concerns could stand such expense. Thpy of course expect to and do get their money back off the people whose representatives they have led to betray their trusts. Thus It has been that the great Interests "have grown so enormously In this country. They aro Democrats where tho Legislature Is Democratic, and Republicans where It Is Republican. Their agents are known as lobbyists. They are partisan, nnd They are always genial, kindly, courteous and corrupt. They aro cunning nnd quiet. They hate noise, nnd light, nnd tho confusion of public discussion. Their ways are furtive, their lnfluenco sinister, their power corroding. If these gentry should be curtailed In their activities two results may bo expectedone. thn ("imna'gn fund, so dear nnd bo ncfFFary to the of n iary miehln0. Is cut off; nnd the other, thn nople s representatives In the Leff,s'n''"v wruld be omnl-partlsamnln-tennnco pro-vent- f'r' r-- rn' pr-f's- n' p g be-ai'- n sub-lugate- to each individual it employs. Those behind teni. !id(lre--e- d this economy movement believe that the men will realize after a while that aviiiL' money for the company by eliminating waste in trifling things will make for the general prosperity of the companies employing them, and by that WtJ will better their own chances of increased road -- Wm O. Haswell accidently burned Louisville SutiifUv, where he h.; had position with L(h & Co. Mr. Ditto both of his hands last week. will teach the Union Star School. Mr. and Mra. Ous Shellman have JNO. D. BABBAOF SONS' PIBI ISHINfi CO. Mis Eli Squire is in the tore gone to Atlantic City. after a ten flay vacation spent with Mrs. Blanche Read haa returned from I Kvei v Vedne-da- y. Mra. Philip McGary. of West haden. a visit to Mrs. Silas Pate at Hopkins- Mrs Larlcin Gibson has returned ville. from a visit to Cloverport. Miss Lillian Bishop, of Cecilian, is M-Susan Squires is at heme after a the guest of Miss Cathleen Brown. vi-- it to Cloverport. Cleve Hendrick and Fred Jolly attendWEDNESDAY. AUG J6. 1911 CLOVERPORT. KY nd Francis ed the Masonic Picnic at CloverportMisses Susie Handy Moorman have returned to their homes Everett Ashcraft. of Irvington, was in Falls of Rough and Irvington, after the guest of friends In town Sunday. Subscription Price fl.0 n year in advan. e. a pleasant visit to Miss Margaret Pey Charlie Dean, of Glen Dean, was in IU'VI E8S LOCALS 10 Matl per lino. arid 5 cents lof ouch ton. town Saturday insertion. If you want to ssve money in buying Come to the Fair. The Secretary-haJewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old reCARDS K THANKS ovor five line charged for at tie rat.- ,.f had to order tents to be able to ac liable jeweler. comodate all of the stock men Come 10 cent" per lino. Mrs. Judith Dejarnette came up 5 cents per line, money from Owensboro Friday for a visit to on and he will make you comfortable OBITUARIES ckMpd for at the rate of Miss Ella Ahl has returned from a in advam p. Mrs. Marvin Beard. visit to Barboursville. Miss Mildred Moorman has returned Kxnmino the label on your paper. If it h not correct pleae Geo. Lane is at his post of duty, to ner home in llen Dein after a book keeper notify M, for B. F. Beard, after a week s visit to Miss Lillian B ard. ten days vis t to his home at William Evans has returned from a vi-TMtFLMS TA MAILROAD MA.YAOEME.VT to Lewisport. Samuel Evans is on the sick list Be sure to see the trained horse at Murray mown M ielivenng the papers Mukinir trifle- - count in railway management is the novel plan adopted by the IV re Marquette lino. To pav for one postnare -- tamp. the Fair. while Mr Evans is indisposed. Juite a number from here attended Miss Beulah Ahl attended the Masonic thev -- av a railnoid niu-- t haul one ton of freight a distance of throe the Masonic Picnic at Cloverjort. All picnic at Cloverport. and one half milt report a delightful day. Meet your friends in Hardinsburg at Bv imorerainffr that startling fact and manv facts like it on their r p 1 The ladies are to correspond with tbou-and- of employe-- , a number of railroad companies in thiseountry Mrs. L. B. Reeves if they want to send the Breckenridge County Fair, Aug. 22, 23 and are trying to make each employee do his bit toward economizing in anything to the Floral Hall. Miss Mary Helen Whitw'Tth is at ''Bread buking success is guaranteed little thiiiL'-- . home, after spending two weeks in Lou-- 1 if you nse the Lewiport BEST Flour. " a nicklo I l;iv for the company." is the slogan of one rail"Save I isville. Sold by J. II. Gardner. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, EIGHT PAGES. - (Cash Wins! w I are (ilon Dean. If we anticipated. well pleased with our business at much better than i Our customers are well pleased with our way The Cn-- h Wav- - and are taking advantage of the bargains we are offering. -- Hoosier cot- ton is till going at 5c a vard and our eotioo at 10c a pound is ''going some" too. We will always have bargains to offer in all lines. it Wilson, Owen & Company Casta Merchants Glen Dean, Ky. It -- I.ITTI.K STORIES WKITTKN pay. They appeal to their employe- - to cut out the trilles. wa-t- e in time, coal, waste, pikes, nails, oil, etc. They also give a li.- -t of what each trifle mean-- , not in terms of money but in terms of freight tonago: for instance, the loss of one 1iul pencil means the hauling of one ton track bolt equals the hauling of one ton of of freight two mile-- : mile-- : a pound of waste equal the hauling freight three and mile-- : one hundied f pounds of of one ton of freight ten and coal equals the hauling of one ton of freight twenty miles, and many other trilles they mention which how the men the importance of econ-one-hal- f one-hal-- While The Press Thunders P.Y I.oriSK stay at home than to take the trouble to dress up '. Girls who havn't a beau far or near, might beautify for the unknown. A little inspiration is better than none at all. every new tect fas fermiy omy. It is not only true of railway management that the little thins-nmhe looked after, but in every class of business the thing to do to cut out the trifles. -t BE SHOW AT OCR COVJltt FAIR to yonr county fair? Did you ever have swine Iid vou ever go and cattle on exhibition at Hardinsburg I Did you ever have a thrill of jiride in what your own neighbors are doing? Whether you can the-- e qoMtlOM in the affirmative or not, we urge you to get ready for The Throe I'.ig Day-- , (io over to the county eat and go the first dy of the fair, don't wait until the second or last clay but go the first. Be the first fellow on the ground if you can and make a reception committee of your own self. We need a great deal of county pride to figure strongly in the annual county exhibition this year. M lend your support. At the county fair you meet your old friends, your best friends and this annual gathering make- - the tio of friendship grow stronger. eggs and those big slices of home That fried chicken, those dre-se- d all these things besides real wholesome made cake! And the races fun all day long. Vou owe yourself the trip. You can get reduced rates on the railroad. The trains top right at the ground-- , which are every day growing more attractive. There is plentv of shade and no du- -t on the ground, something yon don't find at other county fairs. an-wer HOME PRIDE SHOULD -- Do vou ever leave your home simply to go down in town without telling someone that you have left the house? There are few homes without this one rule of letting others know when you have left. "I am gone", are often the last words hollowed back to mother or someone about the place. A person, who is used to this, can scarcely go awav even for an afternoon or a few hours without calling tnat he is leaving. It is iust like taking out an accident policy, and, somehow, you have a lighter heart. In the mountains of Kentucky and West Virginia the people when leaving always say to the host: I know a "Come go home with me?" little girl who says when she makes her departure, "I'll come back again". There are many sweet farewells and nearly every person has one of his own liking. No matter If tis no more than one word that much is better than going away in silence or rushing off mad! wti a BANK ooo MT. Trammell, an official member of The Sun Varnish Company, of Louisville, and owner of a handsome touring car, tells some funny experiences that he has had automobiling. Mr. Trammell takes trips south and uonn in nis car. you would be surprised to hear him tell how people take advantage of automobilists. "Country-peoplhave more sense than they are given credit of having". He said that the tourists had to pay more for eggs or for any produce they bought at the country-sid- e stores. Gasoline cannot be gotten for less than twenty-fiv- e cents by the man with the automobile who needs ten gallons more to finish his journey. One place Mr. Trammell got a black-smit- h to put a screw cap on his machine and he charged a quarter. "I am willing to pav you your price", said Mr. Trammell, "but tell me, if you did the same job for a man with a buggy how much would you charge?" The black-smitstood silent- for a minute then in all seriousness he spoke out: "To tell vou the truth, me wouldn't charged him a dam cent " -. e account H- i- i you have a little daughter, bank for her right now three dollars for her first year of life, six dollars for her second, nine for her third, and so on until ou can catch up to her present age; and then on her next birthday, bank to her credit three dollars for each year of her age and keep this up until she is 21. Shell then have nearly A THOl'TAND DOLLARS and you'll never miss the money. DO THIS it's your DUTY. ooo The girl who has a steady in her home town doesn't deserve so much Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay THE BANK OF 1 interest on Time Deposits. & -- credit for dressing up and looking sweet all the time. Any girl will primp up for the man that she likes above all other men, but the girl, whose suitor lives away, should be given the compliments for trying to look her best six days in every week or twenty-nin- e days in the month. Energy it t 'kes to put on your good clothes and you can If you love your hear women say daily, "I would rather secrets. HARDI1S SBURG TFUST CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. J5he friend, keep his of the News appears the announcement of Mr. D. II. In this , of this city as a candidate for the Legislature. Mr. Severs' announcement la made subject to the action of the Democrats of the county on that subject, of course. Being a life long Democrat he would not run in any other way. Mr. Severs has ome knowledge of at Frankfort as a member of that legislation, having I peal one body. He la a man of experience la public affairs, having spent a term a- - sheriff, besides being a member of the Legislature. He is to nio-- t of the people of the county, and being we think that any on all qoeetlona that may affect their intere-ts- : affecting their intere-t- - can be safely entru-te- d to his hand-- . matter he believes he can carry the party to He the nomination because Thi- - is the character of man the party need: victory in November. a man of ability, a man of experience, and one who can defend the parties interest whenever it is is-ue Sever-- T. On the solicitation of several friends and atter consulting with a good many Democrats of the county, I have concluded to announce myself as a candidate for Representative of Breckenridge countv in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party of Hreckenridge county in conYours Respectfully, vention. D. H. Severs. Cloverport, Ky., August 14th 1911, Rev. Winchell is holding a meeting at the Baptist church. ice cream supper the 19th will be given by the Woodmen instead of the American Grairvl y Disk Whea.t 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 The -- ladies of the Baptist church as was nounced in last weeks paper. Miss Ada Meador is visiting at Elizabethtown. an- friends well-know- n con-ervat-i- ve Dr. lohnson and wife passed through here Thursday in their machine enroute to Owensboro. Gabe Meador and Cecil Clarkson at tended the Fair last week. John Carr, of Elizabethtown was here Wednesday. We are glad to learn that the petition BIG SPRING. put in to have whiskey back here in Like sitting down to the dinner tattle with the liveliest member Meade county was no go May they picking up the exchanges Charlie Crider and Miss Edna Dowell always be unsuccessful when they try of your family absent - to -- et at your do-last week and visited o get it back. from the Lexington attended the Fair and find Col. W. 1'. Walton'- - editorials mi-sifriends at Cecilia. Don't forget the meeting which beHerald. He w rote on everything from the town pump to the I'nited gins at the Methodist church the aist. State- - government, including everything that is humanly interestMiss Myrtle Moorman left Saturday ing. Mr. EL W. Brown, managing editor of the Louisville Time-- , for a visit with her brother, Raymond, man to do is to get a disays that the harde-- t thing for a new-papin Louisville. We hope Col. Walton will not attempt it and vorce from hi- - work. The Misses Woodson, of Kansas City, that his separation from the pre-- s will not be long. who have been here since the first of July with their grand-motheMrs. Judging from the number of Breckenridga people on summer Talbott, will leave the 26th for their home. outing- - and plea-ur- o trijs cast, there surely - not a more prosperous a-- kd. k. ng er jVIcOloman & Son Irvington, Ky. aaiajwaaaaesaaAAAAiMMlajaaB ajlBaeMteMkBkkai 1SEE HER. EH 9 II w a ia a f m WANTED! FARM r, CL county than ours. Wo are plea-e- d that our folk- - are able physically and financially to take the-- e little journey-- , to meet new people, to see different ight- and grasp l're-- h ideas of ocial and life. It speaks well for Kentucky to have her largely renroaontad every Tin-i- summer in the ea-pel onal ad oi t ising for the Mule and no one who goes away would speak except in glowing term- - of "The Old Kentucky Home. " -- RIVER BOTTOM Ernest Hardaway was here day. Thurs- -- bu.-in.e- ss t. -- 40 to 100 Acres Will pay cash for one that suits me. Write me. louk-- , and latent I The w ise man or woman in crossing a railroad track, always stops, no. M. Skillpian, of Breckenridge Fair Association, have returned from n where they attended the Hardin Countv Fair. J Eliza-bethtow- HARDINSBURG Breckenridge County Fair next week. President A. T. Beard and Secietar C. P. GURLEY, I Kl PUMA, INO. Moorman Ditto returned home root 1. Harned and Miss Mayme Moorman, of Vine Grove, were guests of Mrs. Van Nelson Saturday. Lewis Charlie Moorman and Tillman n Clarkson visited their aunts, Mrs. and Mrs Talbott, of Elizabeth-tow- n, last week. Miss Emma Miller has returned from a two months visit with relatives at Cecilia. Mrs. Julia Clarkson and Mrs. Moorman Hardaway spent several days last week with Mr. Gus Richardson, of Guaton. Bread baking it guaranteed a success if vou use Lewisport BEST Flour. Mc-Can- is always vague. There time like NOW. especially so if you are ever mlaf to save.' Onea tin the account. Start it with a couple of dollars and you will become o steady depositor. i Tomorrow'no - Liberal Interest Paid. f Bank of Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport, $3.50 Louisville Evening Pott "Bread Imklng success is guaranteed and Breckenridge News if you ue the Lewisport Best one year 3.50. Flour. Rreadby,e CATARRH Et's Cream Balm H qufehly afetorbfci. t Once. fret Miss Dolly Burks Is very ill. '( k' ItelenneM, Koothe, ImaW and nrotcats the 1jcnW mem btAiiert'imltliiKfrom nnd drives Rwny n Cola In tlio Heart quickly, lie. Mores the enesof T TmIo nnd Smell. Full size GO cts., ntDnig-git- a or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, CO Wnrrca Street, New York. 6 Cuiimh UAV CCUCD LVLli nHl THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE 'Bn3XljS1IBlft7.E5 GENERAL NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BAUCHIS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OFFICES T5he Breckenrldge News. 10, 1911 WEDNESDAY, AUG. b tf LOCAL BREVITIES , L. A Murray has returned from Cln-- s n cinnatl. Miss Annie Raitt has returned from Cincinnati. Mrs. Adams has returned home from Hardlnsburff. J.N." Powers, of Kirk, went to Owens- boro Wednesday. Mrs. George Reese left yesterday . for Niagara Falls. Miss Virginia McGavock has return jed from Lewisport. Vivian Pierce has returned home from the North West. Mrs. Fred Fraize is the guest of Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles. Chas. Jackson has gone to Louisville for work at The Big Four shops. Judge M. B. Kincheloe, of Hardins l burg-- has gone to Niagara Falls. Mrs. Crosson and Mrs. Owen May.of Lexington, were here Thursday. James S. Younger leaves next week for Atlantic City and New York. Mrs. Foster Heyser is in Cincinnati Yisiting Mr, and Mrs. Roy Heyser. Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Smith leave this week for Oklahoma City to visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kendall and daughter, Essie, of Webster, were here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hanks went to Hawesville last week to vibit relatives. Miss Emma Lou Moorman has a position with J. M. Howard's store at Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tanner and son, Hugh, are expected home today fiom Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Witt, of Louisville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J C. Nolte last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamman, of Lexington, were here lastweel enroute to Arkansas to visit. Misses Florence and Addle Fairleigh, of Louisville, are guests of Misses Mildred and Louise Babbage. Misses Hook, of Hardinsburg, and Miss Gllliland, of Hawesville, visited Miss Alma Perkins last week. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot, Mrs. Lightfoot and Miss Josle Raltt took an automobile trip to Tell City last week. Mrs. A. M. Blomeyer and daughter, Mary, of Charleston, Mo., have been guests of Mayor Barry and Mrs. Barry. Edward Morrison, of Owensboro, and C.I. McCann, of Rome, were week-envisitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morri, Prof, Mnrtin Is conducting the Insti NATURESJrVARNING tute nt Lewisport. Mrs. Lucy Temple, of Owensboro, Cloverport People Must Recogcame up Monday to Lewisport. Mr. and Mrs. H A. Ater, Lodiburg, nize and Heed it. Were at Lewisport Monday attendlns the Institute. Kidney Ills come mysteriously. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White, of Petrle, But nature always warns you. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T.O'con-nel- l Notice the kidney secretion. last week. Sec If the color is unhealthy Mr. and Mrs. Carl Llshen and Mrs. If there are settlings and sediment, Passages frequent, scanty, painful. Fannie Tousey, of Louisville, were herb last week. It's time to use Doan's Kidney I'llls, To ward olT serious diseases, Miss Flora Smith returned Sunday Doan's have done great work In this to her home in Brazil, Ind. , after avis locality. it to her sister, Mrs. J L Isomo. Mrs. Lottie Nietcn, 1000 First St., Minor Compton at Hardinsburg is Henderson, Ky., says: "I have not onmaking him a beautiful home of the ly received great benefit from Doan's property recently purchased there. He and Mrs. Compton will occupy it this Kidney Pills, but those of my friends to whom I have recommended them winter. have been equally benefited through Prof. O'Bryan, of Mooleyvllle, was their use. My back was lame and I also here Thursday. He taught successfully had trouble from the kidney secretlont . in Irvington College last year and has I procured Doan's Kidney Pills and hs a position at Owensboro for the com- they entirely relieved me, I consider ing term. them an effective medicine for both Miss Ruth Sheets, of Elizabcthtown, uld and young people." C. F. Beasley, of St. Augustino, Fla., For sale by nil dealers Price CO and Mrs. AobyTerrel, of Ijvansvllle, cents. Co., Buffalo, were guests of Mrs. G. W. Hardaway New York, sole agents for the United Thursday. States. Miss Cecil Foote was taken to her Remember the name Doan's and home In Owensboro yesterday seriously take no other. HI and was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Grace Conover and her aunt, Mrs. Henderson Route Notes Virgle Babbage. Wanted to freight, timber, lumber, $3 00 Cloverport to Lonisvllle and re. hay, grain, in fact any thing tofreight turn Oct. l.Vlfl and for trains 140 and bv barges. Leave your order at s store, he has the barges, boat 143 of 17th, good to return Oct. 23. 000 and men to do the work. $5 6." Cloverport to Lexington, Ky. Ike Meyer returned to Louisville Friday. His friends along the road are and return, Sept. 22, 23 and for trains many. If he meets you in the city and due to arrive in Lexington before you don't know what car to take, no Sept. 24. 000 matter how green you look and act, Mr. Meyer sees that you find your way Effective Aug. 20, 1011- -L. H. &, St right. L. train No. 141 which is now due at Ballard E. Wilson, the young and Cloverport at eleven o'clock, a. m. will progressive merchant, of Glen Dean, be due to arrive at 10:46, a. m .leaving was in Hardinsburg Tuesday on busi Louisville at 8:57 a. m. , and arriving ness. Col. Bob Robertson said it was at Evansville at 1:15 p. m , and at St. connected with the license department jjouis at 7: p. m. Foster-Milbur- n Saw-yer'- 5?5eS!3fSi, i' Wnts. e I w R 0 GOING AWAY? A man or woman In each locality. To Join tho Snpicmo Council ot this society ami Introilu'-our Hcnoflt Certificates nmonff friends and acquaintances. Must bo between 10 and CO yearn of age, Ulve nil or only np.ire time. Wo pay coin bone-flt- n for Kli'Unoss, Injuries, accidents and dentin. Kxperlenco not necessary. Can wake from 110 00 to $2200 a month and up, A plcasiint and highly profitable profession. I'very momber secured means n ccttnln nrr urrd Income for you every month theieiifter Why not got Into (or yourself NOWT No capital needbUBl-neF- B WANTED ...MAYBE... Niagara Falls, Atlantic City or near-b- y points of interest. you may need a If so 1 I ed. Bond for particulars. 3. BOX LA-29- COVINGTON, KY. Shropsliiredown Sheep for Sale REOIMTEKEI) herd buck: redstcred and lamb jMrIi jrnide yenr-lBhiiekt; (trade own W A fcllTIl, Otnton, Ky. KIIU fiold Cuff Button. ttnlnNo. 14ft, Monday morn-U!K: ',lJ0ld cuff button below Crck bridge next to river. $2 Jim bo paid null will for return of button tn pood condition to the IrecKcnridc. News or to JuclRe .1, I.. Horsey, 1 OST--OirT Lost Henderson, iCy, For Sale 500 acres flno fertile land n part of .i. n''rw, '.,lB Slir,nR Viilleys hyMrt. Jl. furin, owni-Mi Kt;n,l)er..,intL?.Irs.A' M- - "orduvriiy. of . I) Will sell as a whole or parts. Terms reasonable: for further In two Infor. fcON, Mr Spring, Ky. COIt SA LE-A- tout n Travelling Outfit, Steamer Trunk or Canvas Trunk, Valises, Telescopes, Bags, Suit Cases, or you may want an Individual Drinking Cup, Comb Set, Collar Box and Collar and Cuff Bags AT ANY RATE, COME TO SEE US. For Sale COIt SALH-- A 15 horo power stationery GasEnulNo; Wntklns nuke, in cood repair. II ruckviirldKi! News. Cloverport. Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. For Sale COU8ALE Drpdi. Miirtfn,...o ,..,,! nil i.i..,i Clov0erpon:,Kyl"nkSFor Sale SALK-Pcliolnr- iMn - ""''' ". Scholarship COIt In (irepn UnIviTslt.v. irnnrl In tlio Bowline ..n fl. ...,.? inentoftli.it University. nreoljenrldReNaws, Cloverport, Ky. Parties Wishing to Build! If You i Want Building Material of any Kind , Toilet Articles, If Call on Gregory & Co. You do not know of thjs clerk's office. 0 0 0 - Mrs. Joe M. Fitch had as week-en- d guests the following: Mr. and Mrs. George Pierson and daughter, of Louisville, Mrs. Lulu Thompson, Owensboro, Elbert Keys, West Point, Mrs. Payne, Lodiburg, and Jesse Hatfield and wife, of Newark, N.J. James Kennedy's home recently burned near Hardinsburg is being rebuilt and when completed will be a nice, convenient residence. Miss Mary Kennedy, assistant advertising manager for J. Bacon & Sons, is visiting her parents and will stay for the Fair. f3. Cloverport to Louisville and return Sept. 2, 3,4; good returning Sept. Account of Elk's aviation 5, 1011. meet. 0 $3. Face Powder, Just How you want to Build Call on Gregory & Co. If You Talcum Powder, and Creams 1 want to know just what your Building will Cost 0 0- - Cloverport to Louisville and return, Sept. 0 to 16 inclusive; good to re turn Sept. 20. Account Kentucky Call on Gregory & Co. If You State Fair." AT COST GIBSON & SON want to make your building the most convenient for the least money KINGSW00D Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hughes, Prof. R. Warner and daughter, Miss ZellH,were entertained Sunday by Mrs. F. J. Bennett. Miss Maud Kell left Thursday for Springneld, 111. Misses Mary Leigh Gregory, Blanch Claycomb and Verna Bennett; Messrs, Bruce Moorman, Will Sklllman and Hunter Henninger spent Sunday at Tar Springs. Mrs. Florence J. Bennett and daughter Verna, spent Thursday at HardinsII If You Call on Gregory & Cot want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Ike Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Johnson, of Clifton Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kennedy, of Freedom, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Haynes Call on Gregory & Co. The Old Apple Tree I am in tho market for an unlimited quantity of old apple trco butts; will receive them in any quantity delivered on railroad or river. For prices and specifications Call on or wr.ita G, A. TINIUS, : last Sunday. Office Near v in regard to prices of material can hf hnrl nt tliR Rnnlr nf fJnvprnnrt Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Basham and family, were the guests of Mrs. Deik-ma- n, of Hazel Dell last Saturday and burg. Sunday. Misses Maude Kell, Margaret Hayes Dick Mays was in Louisville last and Mrs. Carrie Crawe, returned last week selling hs tobacco. Mrs. Grayson Payne spent several week from the east. Bread baking success is guaranteed days last week in Cloverport visiting if you use Lewli-por-t BEST Flour. friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben : Stephensport, Ky. j Hardin and Owensboro, were the guests of Mr. and $ SALE Mrs. Will Basham, of Sinking Creek last Sunday. Miss Johnson, of Raymond, was the Brecnenridge Circuit Court Kentucky. ) guest of Mrs. Grayson Payne last C. R. Mattingly, Plaintiff equity ho. daughter and Miss Winnie Hardin, of week. d son. Charles Henry Shempler and brother, of Louisville, were guests of Dwight Randall and Miss Claudia Pate last week. Joseph O'Bryan was here ast w,eek with his launch "Louise B." He will run it for the traveling public between Leavens worth, Ind., and Stephensport. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fisher, of Glen Rogers, of and grand-son- , Fordsvllle, attended the barbecue. Their first visit to Cloverport since the Rock-val- Mrs. Board, of Garfield, returned home last Saturday after spending a week with Mrs. Willie Parr, of Clifton Mills. sold here last IO5 tickets were Thursday for the Cloverport barbecue. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a success if you use Lewisport BEST e, fire. sale of Breckenndge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 1011, in the above cause, for the sum of live hundred dollars.(js00.00),wlth Interest at the rate ot 6 per cent per annum from the first day of March, I9II, uutil paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door inllardlnsburg.to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monflour." day the 28th day ot August, 1013 at one o'clock p. m.. or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six Boat Party By Misses Plank months the following described properA certain tract or parcel of Misses Eva and Edith Plank gave a ty land situated in Breckenrldge county delightful boat party Monday evening Kentucky,on the Cloverport and Bowlin honor of Mr. and Mrs, Juett Mc- ing Green Road one and one half miles Donald. North of the Falls of Rough, and is of to-wi- Benjamin Hcuchons&C, Dolt. ) By virture of a judgement and order against f THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 as the Frank Tuttle at a post oak John Eskrldgo N. E. corner; thence S. 2j poles to a black oak and t'um on a small branch, thence N. 57, E. 101 poles to a stone; thence N. 39 W. 83 poles to a white oak on a ridge; thence S. 86, 09 poles to a black oak with pointers on a hill slde;thence S. 43iV. to a white oak stump near the State road; thence S. 20 E. 75?.i poles to a stone with pointers, to the befinlnt'. The purclwecr, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing letfal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and havinjr the force and L in retained to ollcct of a judgment. secure payment of purchase money. Bidder will be prepared to complv promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost !f7l5.03. Lee Walls, Commissioner. The U. S. Government in its "Pure Food Law" does not "indorse" or''jfuar-antee- " any preparation, as some manufacturers in their advertisements would make It appear. n the case of medicines the law provides that certain drugs shall be mentioned on the labels, If they are Ingredients of the preparations. Ely's Cream Balm, the well known family remedy for cold in the head, hay fever and nasal catarrh, doesn't contain a single Injurious drug, so the makers have blmply to print the fact that it complies fully with all the requirements of the law. further known farm Building Material. Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. 1 West m Point Brick & Lumber Co. sssssss s!$35SS3-3- West Point, Kentucky GUSTON. School opened Monday with Miss Alice Carwin, of Brandenburg, teacher. Herman Rice is visiting in Hancock OUR RECORD Am : H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through thrco panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. absolutely Safe Place to do Business. EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 3 per cent on Time Deposits A BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 Hardinsburg, Kentucky Miss Mary Smith attended the bar becue at Cloverport. OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY Mrs. Frank Thompson and children are visiting at New Amsterdam. Mrs. HalIe Neafus and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, of Irvine Mrs. Claude Myers and children nre Irvington, spent a few days at the" home ton, spent the weak end at Geo, Board's, vlsitlnc Alex Myers, of Big Spring. of Mr. Geo. Neafus. county. ) s TAX NOTICE Tax Payers of the Third and Fourth districts atthe I DR. H. J. BOONE Street will meet the The House of the By ANNA Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I from womanly suffered troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no Rood. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a Permanent Dr. Owen's Office. Main Hours: ft to 12 a. m. 1 to Dentist 5 p. m. following places: Irvington Webster Stephensport Chenault Mooleyville Fry mi re Lodiburg Aug. 30 KATHARINE GREEN Cnnv"M 191 Whispering Cloverporf. Ky. Marion Weatherholt, Sept. Sept. Sept. 5 Sept 7 Sept Sept 12 1 I t? Anna KsthtrtoM Rohlh Pines should like to know what aevmry in In your minds now. Am I never to have pence?" "Pence and trngedy do not often run together," csme In the mild tones of his would be friend. "Mr. nnnelagh Assertion that he found Miss Cumber Innd dead when he approached her mny not tie. ns so many now believe, the reckless dental of a criminal dls- turbed In his act. It may have hnd a bnsls In fact." "I don't believe It. Nothing will mnke me believe It." stormed the other. Jumping up and wildly pacing the drawing room floor. "It Is all a scheme for saving the most popular man In society. But you hnven't told It seems to me me your discovery. It Is a little late to mnke discoveries now." "This was brought about by the persistence of Sweetwater, ne seems He to hnve an Instinct for things. wns leaning out of the window at the rear of the clubhouse the window of thnt smnll room where your sister's coat wns found -- nnd he saw. caught in the vines beneath, a little bottle, an apothecary's vial. It was labeled 'Poison' and It came from this very house." "How do you known that vial came from this bouse?" Dr. Perry looked up, astonished. He wns prepared for the most frantic ebullitions of wrath, for violence even, or for dull, stupid, blank silence. But this cnlm. quiet question of fact took him by surprise. He dropped his anxious look nnd replied: "It has been seen on the shelves by more than one of your servants. Your sister kept it with her medicines, and the druggist with whom you deal remembers selling It some time ago to a member of your family." I don't believe "Which member? this story; I don't believe any of your- "- He was fast verging on violence now. Facts "You will have to. Arthur. are facts, and we cannot go against them. The person who bought It was yourself. Perhaps you can recall the circumstance now." "I cannot." He did not seem to be quite master of himself. "I don't know half the things I do; at least. I didn't use to. But what are you coming to? Are you going to call It suicide? You can't, with those marks on her throat." "We're going to enrry out our In-- ! vest lgnt Ions to the full. We're going to hold the autopsy, which we didn't think necessary before. That's why I nru here. Arthur. I thought It your due to know our Intentions In regard to this matter. If you wish to be present you have only to say so: If you do not you may trust me to remember that she was your fnther's daughter as well as my own highly esteemed 61 1 new woman. Cardui saved my life! All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." Notary Pi'blic Cloverport, Kentucky 14 CHAPTER XIII. ON IT WAS He bad enough all through the lengthy conference, bi't a bnlf hour Inter any one who knew him well would hnve seen at a first glance thnt his spirits were no longer ut par. When nt 2 o'clock he entered the clubhouse grounds It was without buoyancy or any of the nntural with which he usually went shout his work. He wandered down Taking out his on the golf links. watch, he satisfied himself that he bad Mine for an experiment and Immediately started for Cuthbert road. An hour later he came wandering back on a d'ffereut line. He looked soured, The vaults of this hank are an ideal depository for busi-ne- s disappointed. When near the building men and others who appreciate the advantage of a checkagain he cast his eye over Its rear and prized long nnd earnestly at the ing account with a strong bank. Our courteous and accurate window which had been pointed out -make such a connection a crvice, and the security afforded, to blm as the one from which a posin and see us real business convenience. Won't you come sible lljrht had shone forth that night starting an account I There were no trees on this side of the honse only vines. But the vines wer bare of leaves and offered no obstruction to his view. "If there hnd Ky. THE FARMERS BANK, been a light In that window any one leaving this house by the rear would have seen It unless he hnd been drunk D. SHAW, or n fool," muttered Sweetwater. In contemptuous comment to himself. "Arthur Cumberland's story ls'one lie. I'll take the district attorney's suggestion and return to New York tonight. My work's done here." Yet he hung about the links for a long time and finally ended by entering the house nnd tnking up his stand beneath the long narrow window of the closet overlooking the golf,lnks. Mr. tamier, are you interested? If so, call on the With chin resting on his arms, he manager of the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph stnrer out over the sill nnd sought Company and have him explain the special "Farfrom the space before him nnd from the intricacies of his own mind the mers Line" rate. hint he lacked to make this present eolufion of the ense sntisfactory to COMPANY all his Instincts. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Whftt was thnt he saw In the vinos JL (Incorporated.) not. on the snow of the ground, but MMI fcfS PHD HMD HMV MMM leaMeV MPW NMV MMV ..-halfway up in the tangle of small branches clinging close to the stone of the lower atory, Just beneath this window? lie surely could see something that glistened, something that could only have got there by falling from this window. Could he reach It? No; he would have to climb up from below is of being a to do that. Well, that was easy who enough. With the thought, he ut once rushed his money from the room. In another minute he was beneath that window; had climbed, pulled, pushed his way up; had of for us found the little pocket of netted vines of you in observable from above; had thrust In his fingers and worked a small object out; had looked at it, uttered an ex- friend." on We pay Shaken to the core, the young man clamation curious in Its mixture of sat down. "My duty Is here." he said at last. FIRST STATE BANK, "I cannot leave Carmel." "The autopsy will take place tomorC. PAYNE, row. How la Carmel today?" "No better." The words casse with a shudder. "Doctor, I've been a brute to you. I am a brute! 1 bare misused uiy life and have no strength with Seemed to (live Him a New Stomach, KILL OFF THE RATS. which to meet trouble. What you propose to do with with Adelaide Is hor"I suffered intensely after eating anil It's a Mighty By Job. but Black Death rible to me. I didn't love her much no medicine or treatment I tried seemed Looks on and Waits. while she was liviug, but if I could "Tin- pMWMMle ptafM Im due to fci to do any good," writes H. II. Youug-peter- s, have saved her body this Inst humiliaiew, Kditoi Oi Tile Sun, Lake munnot. The nut run t lives in the tion I would willingly die right here Lake Baikal rectos. Kill it oeT aid it Ohio. "The first few closes of Chamberand now and be done with It. Must can aaailjf ba all lad tT mid tiie paa this autopsy take place?" lain's Stomach ami Ljvet Tablets nave monie plague will diaappeer fatavaf." "It must." me surprising relief and the second bot"Then tell them to lock up every The speaker, a baataHoladM of the tle seemed to give me a new stomach University of Pennsylvania, resumed: bottle the house holds or I cannot an"A VIAL,1' HE EXCLAIMED. ami perfectly good health. " Vur sale by swer for myself. I should like to drink "The bahoata ajaajaa is due to the suppressed emotions and let himself and drink till I knew nothing, cared rat. Kill the rat off and t he bubonic all dealers. down again into the midst of the two for nothing, was a madman or a ajagui win diaappaar, But t. kill off or three men who had scented the ad- beast" the rat!" Easy Enough. venture aud hastened to be witnesses "You wfll not drink." The coroner's He inaile a gesture of despair. Just before the capture of Savannah voice rang deep; he was greatly moved. "A litter of rats," lie said, "numbers t icitera I.oan, with two or three of of its outcome. "A vial," he exclaimed, "un empty "You will not drink, and you will come thin eeu. of these six win aa docs, a his stafT, entered the depot ut Chicago vial, but- "- Holding the little bottle to the office at 5 o'clock tomorrow. do rat will have her llrst litter at the to take tiie cars east on his way to reup between bis thumb and forefinger, We may have only good news to Imatre of iBfaa BWtha ami thereafter an join his command. The general, being he turned It slowly about until the part. We may flud nothing to compliother litter every six weeks all through a short distance in ndvuuce of the oth- label faced them. cate the situation." the year, winter and summer alike. ers, stepped on the steps of a cur, but On It was written one word, but It Arthur Cumberland shook his bead Thus if every member of these litters was stopped by an Irishman with: was a word which Invariably carries "It's not what you will find" said survive the pf0eilj o one pair of ihih "Ye can't go In there." alarm with it be, and stopped, biting his Hps and ill u year would number '.'.'. inio. "Why not'.-- ii ked the general. That word was poison. looking down. "They don't number that, of course, "Because them's ft leddics' caer, uud Sweetwater did not return to New Twenty-fou- r hours later, In the corhut they number something like it. no gentleman II be goin' In there with York that night. oner's office, sat an anxious group dis aud if our millionaire philanthropists out a leddy. There's wan sate In that cussing the great case aud the possible don't help us to exterminate our para caer over there if yecs want it." "I regret to disturb you, Arthur, but revelations awaiting them. The disBites our rats and mice, our eats aud "Yes," replied the general, "I see my business Is of great Importance trict attorney. Mr. Clifton, the chief dotes if they don't gp us to extei ini there is one seut.but what shall I do aud should be made known to you at of police and one or two others, Date all animals save those thut are of with my staff.'" among them Sweetwater, made up once." direct value t. us why, some day an "Oh. yer staff !" was the reply. "Go Sullen and in. mollified, the young the group and carried on the converother black death will nearly, will per- take the sale uud stick yer staff out of Dr. Perry only was absent. man thus addressed eyed apprehen sation. haps completely, exterminate civiliza- the windy." sively his father's old friend, placed He hud undertaken to make the aution."- Clin intuit I Kmpjircr. so unfortunately In his regard, aud topsy and had been absent for this purpose several hours. "I suffered habitually from coustipa morosely exclaimed Five o'clock had struck, and they "Out with It! I'm a poor band at tion. Doan's Kegulets relieved and NOTICE Strengthened the bowels, so that thev guessing. What has happened now?" were momentarily looking for bis re"A discovery a somewhat serious appearance, but when the door openhave been regular ever since. K. Breckinridge Circuit Court. one, I fear; at least it will force tha ed, as It did at this time, it was to Davis, grocer, Sulphu. Springs, Tex. K. L. N'ewsotn, Executrix f PluintirT police to new action. Your sister may admit young Cumberland, whose white ajraiaat face and shaking limbs betrayed his not have died entirely from straiiguluBreckinridge, liank, etc. Dcf'te NOTICE. tlon. Other causes may have tieeu at suspense and nervous anxiety. All pereone having claims against The door opened again and the coroPlease do not ask us to send you the work!" tha estate of It. L. Neweoni.deceaeed. 'Now, what do you mean by that?" ner appeared, looking uot so much deand prova their claims be- News without paying for it; cash in adwill apDear Arthur Cumberland was under his pressed as stunned. Picking out Arthur undersigned Commissioner fore own roof aud in presence of one who from the group, he advanced toward and receiver on or befora the firet dav vance. John D. Babbage, should have inspired bis respect, but him with some commonplace remark, of September, loll. Tnis the tenth day of July, 1911, Lae Walla. Com We Do be made no effort to hide the fury but desisted suddenly and turned upon the others Instead. "1 iaeioner and Recaiver. which these words celled up to collect your taxes WMTTC- T- night's rest had SWEETWATElfS him Take CARDUI Fire and Plate Glass Insurance S. W. Bacssett, D. S. For Safekeeping The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and Strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui todayl Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expedience in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for First-clas- s :: Hardinsbuix Cashier. J. RURAL TELEPHONES ? The Aftermath spendthrift away wastefully. I rather unpleasant. It throws usually means poverty to the man take care it Better let this bank the vaults interest J. time deposits. "i bnve finished the nutopsy." said be. "I knew Just what poison the vial hnd held nnd lost no time In my A minute portion of vnrlous tests. this drug, which Is dangerous only In large quantities, was found in the stomach of the deceased, but not enough to cause serious trouble, and she died, ns we already decided, from the effect of the murderous clutch upon her throat But." he went on sternly as young Cumberland moved and showed signs of breaking In with one of his violent Invectives against the supposed assassin, "1 made another discovery of still greater purport. When we lifted the body out of Its resting place something besides withered flowers slid from her breast and fell at our feet The ring, gentlemen the ring which Ranelngh says was missing from her hand when be came upon her and which certainly wns not on her finger when she was laid In the ensket rolled to the floor when we moved her. Here it Is. There Is one person here, at least, who can Identify it But do not ask that persou to speak. That we may well spare him." He laid the ring on the table, uot too near Arthur, not within reach of his bund, but close enough for him to see It Then he sut down and hid his face In his bands. The last few days had told on him. He looked older by ten years than he bad at the beginning of the month. The silence which followed these words and this action was memorable 1 Work Livery, Feed AND Sale Stable The Traveling Mens' Choice Located near Depot Stephensport, :: Ky. Live Horses, New Rigs Trunk Wagon per Horse and Btifrgy da- - " $2 50 1 50 Allen R. Lewis Proprietor nMCzaopiloTfolloTfSoBra BALL :: L Irvington, ky. Cashier & MILLER Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains - liardinsburg, : Ky. CZ3QEZ3 llQlfollollCriOP 1 to WOOL IIDESandfui Being Dealers, we cm oo . better for you tha o ceots or commission cterchull. Reference: en; iiak in Loim;"i. We furcish Wool mM Free to qui shippers. Write U price list i WE BUY I t "THK KINO, GENTLEMEN." "A. - I uit-.lh- a Neat Job Work To keep artificial teeth and bridtre work clean, odorle&a To remove nicotine from the teeth and purify the breath after biuokinir. To eradicate pen. pi ration aud body odor by kpouiru bathiuy. n? Feel languid, weak, Head The beat antiaeptle ache? Stomach "off "? Juet a plain caee Relieves aud ktreug-theu- wash known. tired, weak, ol lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bittere tone inflamed eye. Heals kore throat, wouuda liver and stomach, promote dlgeetion, aud cut. 3S aud 50 eta. a t.ox. drujrglaU or by mail postpaid. Huiuule Free). purlfiee the blood. THK run-dowa to everybody there concerned. Some had seen aud all had heard of young Cumberland's desperute interruption of the fuuerul uud the wuy his bund bad iuvuded the flowers which the children hud cust in upon her breast When at lust Arthur looked up It wus with u duzed uir uud uu utmost humble mien. "Providence bus me this time," be I muttered don't understand these mysteries. You will huve to deal with them as you think best." Turning a wuy. he made for the door There was In his manner desperation approucblug to brnvudo. but no mail made the leust effort to detain him. Not till he wus well out of the room did any one move: then the district at torney rulsed his Anger, and Artbur Cumberland did not ride back to bl borne alone. To be continued MSABEL k SONS Tlttr Lewsfi:, or t;. Antiseptics Peroxide many paoplt are nuw using Instead of Liquid Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet tferiuiciile powder to be dUbulved iu wuter a needed. For all toilet aud hvtfu uic Ubes it ia better aud more economical. to clcauMS and whiten the teeth, remove tartar and prevent deeay. To dikiufect the mouth, de stroy diaeake iri'ru and purify the breath. PAXTONTOIkBTOa3e.vea.Msea. O'REAR MAKES w siiffi' iont lusf mention for any mn nnnnni onnn wirt mit conm run ion m (onsfl'ntlnn Is th correct and th - STATEMENT Continued from I . ff Cold The farmer and his wife were about to sit down to a f e. Unexpected Guests supper when they saw some old friends driving towards the house. The good wife was equal to the occasion thanks to her New Perfection Oil Cook-stovShe had it lit in a moment, and her guests hardly were seated the porch before a hearty hot meal was ready for the table on sausages and eggs and long rashers of streaky bacon, and rolls just crisped in the oven and fresh coHee and the hostess herself as cool tad neat as if she had not been near the kitchen. range. She never could have managed it with an The New Perfection is the quickest, most convenient and best cooker . on the market ' Mad with I. 2 nd 3 txirnrn, with lost. Ilurquoiae blue enanwlrd chiranfr. New Tfergction irCook-stov- c HandaotnHy hnithrd throughout. IM 2- - and itoreican be had with of without a cabinet top. which u fitted with drop h'lvra, towel racks, etc. TYwhi Dei cnptive nr.cuUr to l he Dearest of the Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Grayson County Fair Leltchfield, Ky. AUG. 15, 16, 17, IS, 1911 Bigger and Better than ever More Races and More Prem- each day. Many improvements to grounds and track Oil Roads and Dustless Fair For Catalog Address iums than any fair in this section. Balloon ascension H. H. WILLIS, Ass't. Secretary Be Sure to Read Our New Story Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a frm or business I If you do on may bud jmt what you need in this department. Jf you are interest ed iu any of tlie following proprieties write ita at once for owner's. name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at onci telling us what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property yon are looking lor. Do You We recommend and fair in price. the following Jpropeities as being productive your farm or bomoMtl If yon want cash for your property, send price and description at once aad let us snow you how we bring buyer and seller) together. This department is conducted solely for the purpose"of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to'ruake quick sales Want to Sell In this thort grotunl for romproniUf, no pla Tlie lienor lobby is for trmporizlnat tho bi'llwpther of fii- - whole flm k of profrimlonal lobbying at Frankfort. It It In nil aorta of legislation. lonilnatopi the rotnmittep on "morals and religion," ns well tin the other Important commltteea In the legislative bodies. It and IIh allies have thwarted ill manner of legislation; they use Ihelr power of blot king legislation to trade for votes on their special sul- jects. Thy are (be most blatant anil dangerous enemies of the State, and yet they are in tonttol of the legislation of the State. Constitution and Liquor Question. You will hnve observed that I have ipparentlv assumed in this discussion that the constitution requires that the county shall at some time be the con trolling unit in voting out the sale of liquor by rattll. " would not bt fair debate to make any sneh assumption I if It were really an open question. do not think It Is open. However, cer tain learned newspaper mini have taken the opposite position. They deny that such Is the meaning of the constitution. Certain lawyers contrib uting to their columns sustain their views by expert opinions on the sub ject. They assert, and will (I take it) attempt to maintain thnt Section fil of t the constitution means that the unit. must be the controlling whichever w ay it may vote on the qUM tion. These papets have gone so far as to Impute to me dishonesty in assuming the attitude I have taken In stating the meaning of the constitution. They say my declaration Is fraudulent, and the construction false. I will not bandy epithets They are neither evidence nor argument. Con ceding to r.iy adversaries' even honesty of purpose pnd a desire to state the must question In its true aspect, nevertheless maintain my declared construction of the constitution a con struction which has also been charac terized as dogmatic. My own opinion. In view of my interest In my own can didacy, might be taken by the public with allowance, however good my unity for having formed an accurate opinion on the subject. The construction which I assert to be the correct one Is, It is true, my opinion as a man and a lawyer. It is shared. I know, by many others more capable as constitutional lawyers. Still, that would leave tlie question an open one for discussion, if that were all. The opinion shall from time to time be more fully elaborated In these debates, so that the public may have the amplest opportunity for weighing it. on its But today I go no further merits. than to say that the construction for which I contend is the construction placed on the section by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky the supreme that judicial tribunal of this State tribunal to which is confided by the constitution and laws of the State the final, conclusive decision of such questions. The decision was given in a case In a number of cases, in fact In which the question was squarely and necessarily presented for deter mination, and which the Court was bound to settle. It was settled after elaborate argument before the Court by able lawyers, who had carefully anil fully studied it, and who presented every one of the arguments against the conclusion reached which our adTho versaries are now presenting court was composed of seven members, one of whom at least was a member of the convention which framed the constitution. The opinion appears as the unanimous Judgment of the court. If there Is now a dispute as to what that provision of the constitution means, to what source must the public look for enlightenment? To Interested parties? To politicians having a race at stake? To newspapers seeking a political issue, or serving the objecting liquor trade? Or to that court which you have established for the settlement for you of just such controversies? I will not maintain that the courts are infallible, even in their construction of laws; nor that thereafter the public may not refuse to accept their opinions as conclusive when further legislation Hut I do maintain that Is proposed. so long as the opinion of the court stands. It Is the law of tltp land and is s no pre-cine1 op-po- tnr peoplo'i Letllatara1 Jno. D. Babbage Mn IIU. fvi 1U. Women as Well as Men are Made Miserable I house. by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Two tracts 100 acres lu one and 12 acres In the other; 124 acres located 3 miles from Hardlnsburg; 100 acres I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, 300 acres 3 tulles freui railroad, miles from Ilarued; H mile of Klngswood discourages and lessens ambition ; beauty , u,.:ir Sauiple;oneuillefromscu.ooi- - college. s "0 new barn, excel lent school. acres uettr Harned. room house t Nfj Q mile from Ekron, Meade lsU. H mile of public ticliool, 1 mile Kraded school, good land. a l&8 acres 3 miles east of Hardins-IIO- . pvl , urn, 2 miles north of Harncd. mile of church and school, good buildings and fences, good orchard mid water; 30 acres In umber, 10 acres Hue white oaks, t'rlce II,- - 1 J 10H acres located on the rallroaJ O '"lacr.(rom vr mnB wvbster, good burn and crib, reasonably good house; well watered, outleton every side Portion of H, L. Nf 1 t c O Kurtz farm. Price 13.000 Two farms-1- 44 acres, I2i acres; Ixtth on tbe.river, good Impro. e2. 600 apple trees Just lu prime of life. tneiits; Good school, 3 churches, boat lauding. Nrt II - 122 acres, Kood and lerel land, r acres, all level. 0 acres Iu good barn ; all laud well and ras; plcDty of timber, located; 3 miles from Irviugtoii. cleared,13,300 Price lasting spring, good dwelling, i rooms and ball, meat and In n Louse, tenant bouse two 25(1 acres lying in a valley; rooms, tobacco barn, stable and corn crib. Nr i ,t room dwelling and hall; i.etiuot 300 yards from Mouady aud school house. h' u ,, Ittrne tohucco burn 3W miles Smith Prl ll.tiO Buy terms. of Kirk. H mile from school, well watered, 2 springs neur burn; on UuralKoute. i W0 acres good land near O WO, A Bprlogs, Bretkenrldye county, oue Nrt I T cultivated; ItiO good dwellings; 1m 14 11 acres, 3 level; all cau I sections In the county of the feed barns, big tobacco baru; 3 tube from m 12j acres I mile South of Hoc vale, Sample. Eas terms SJ WO, room dwelling nuod level luiid, tenant bouse and necessary uutbuildliigs. pi Uleu School house aud church in 3ix yards. Price V,, 1 IE ITS acres udle Ivisthum- iSmm Deal j good, sarong II.IKOi "ili. oil, watered by wells aud springs, ou good o ?4 acres. 3 nulea from Kirk, dwell-W- county road, near good school and churches. fvt O ing 1V4 story t) rooms ana porch, New tobacco barn coll l. :no. 3 slock burns, good well, small lenaut house, good baru and good tenant bouses, line clover aud grass laud. Price t. 100. and stable, good orchard. vi 40 II t : ltu-.n- nv. i acres, ; inlies from Oustoo. s tulles from irvlitgtou; well watered: lays well good young orchard; good house few tlmlier:on rural route schoolgood four yards room fro house. Improvements; ou hack porch; two dwelling with kitchen good barus; baru and leiieut house aud meat aud hen house; hack In ihe wood shed; will aellou easy payments plenty of small fruit, further particulars address Jno. O. Babbage, Cloverporl. Ky. 140 11 cls-tor- n t s ?AA pa)aUvf ing; log dwelling. 2 rooms aud side room, good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house Pieoty of good timber for farm purposes good laud to clear. Price 000 H cash. t. pOU SaLE-- A farm centalulug 240 acres an s all uuder feuce. A nice cottage cf Iv lf rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar wlti a store room over It. two goo J stock barns one tenant house; about iOO apple aud peacl tree, also pears, uulncea aud apricots; inoa all kinds of smalt trulte, including a ale rtrtrt for 100 acre tour mUe;weal of vluyard of choicest grapes; 200 acres jlutrsC PXivlVFVr (jloudeune. 3 miles from branch balauce lu woods, 1M acres In graas, sertri black locust su acre in railroad. all fresh laud; 100 produce cultiva- groves of whole farm lu. (Helen t for poets l It Ilea near Kkroi the best wire the tion, 60 acre lu graas; will ou L U it HI L. It. U. price Is K.000 o L Wheat and tobacco In neighborhood, easy payment). ty lasting water, well at door of dwell loug aud O vigor and cheertul-nessoon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevaJent that it is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when thv. child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with "lependnpon it, thecause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step thould be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit a most people suppose. Women at well as men ure made miserable with kidney aud bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Boo- t is soon realized. It is sold jy druggists, 111 titty-ceand size bottles. You may i Itr- - - s b98Ss3 have a sample bottle by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all ii,u ..uwaiui about bwump-Koo- t, including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers to be just the who found Swanip-Roo- t remedy needed. In writing Or. Kilmer & Co., Biughamton, N. Y., be sure and Don't make any mention this paper. mistake, but remember the name, Dr. and the address, Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Uiaghuuitou, N. Y , ou every bottle. bed-wet-tnt one-doll- political legal conf'rncflon If th repreantR- vop of the I)rm''ratlc ;art MMHlMMl to writ a platform Ittf flits campaign, inspired by certain powerful MwVfMpVfl dpslro to ,itt;nk the cotirf's construction of the constitution: If they dnre appeal from the Toiirt of Appeal to patty voters purling the qttrstlcn of purty wXpW4lflf f to l first, that is their privilege sure In that event, I will feel called upon, and will undertake, to defend the court's construction as the legal construction, as the loglcil construction, snd us the best pollrv for th State to adopt, even If the constitution Hut the were sllert on that point lltl'inr Interests will not abide the decision of the question ndversely to themselves no matter who derides it If the Iecl'nfnre so declares the law. If It Is attacked as itneonstltiitbn-i- l the courts sustain the legislation. th courts are t and the members nin'icned. If the everutlve nfllrcts undertake to enforce (be laws thus and construed, these interesti defy the c'lcers. violate thp law. and seek to del. inch Jn?Mce Then they assert that the law ts impolitic hern use If can not be enforced Then they attempt to appeal front tho Legislature, from the constitution and from the courts, by packing political committees, manipulating conventions, and Anally by corruption, by a hired press, by the boycott, to elect a body of magistrates who will enact and construe the lnws as they demand. It Is this interest, reckless of means and Indifferent of all save Its own ascendancy, which has enut tolled the politics and legislation of Kentucky for more than a quarter of a century, and which is now proposing to continue that domination, which Is leading as well as backing the fight ngalnr.t onr ticket. It may not matter pn much to the people of KontneV-iside from tlie BMaUal of selection, whether a set of men ca Ing themselves Democrats, or another set calling themselves Republicans, he In possession for a term of the St:ite offices. Hut It is a question of tlie largest concern what interest selects and dominates those men. The concern is more than ethical. It involves more than pride, and decency in politics. It involves jour lax rata; it involves the efficiency and .sutiu u ticy of your school system; it involve the State'B power and resources to grow It involves in material development. whether we shall stand still us it people, or go forward 111 Industrial progress. uur party ts not fighting the liquor business as a business. We are fighting Its methods in politics. We are We proposing to put it out of politics are proposing this because it de bauches politics; because it corrupts politicians; because it perverts legis latiou; because it is destroying popu lar government in this State. To be sure, this is not the only ques A tion involved 111 tins campaign. number of others, equally important, are presented by our platform of poll-.- . s iin y M ill each be discussed lu order hereafter, each making a sep itiu ill be readily able i..v.m to summarize them all in one sentence, as containing one siguiflceut, elemental principle, which is, tile enlargement ot the people's power in their govern meat. At tlie very threshold of any policy lor improving conditions in the Stutt is the prime cause tor those conditions tile corruptionist in politics. Unless lie can bo lemoved from his position cf advantage all our other efforts will be iu vain. Otherwise, legislation oi a remedial nature is Impossible. Many important provisions of your cunsti tution have lain dormant for these twenty years because of his presence and pernicious Influence. Entrenched in power, accustomed to its successlul sway, hacked by unlimited means, a political strategist and a public em my. he will light bitterly every effort to dis lodge him. His utility to party bosses Is so essential that they will be his allies in the fight. They know full well that party platforms, public speeches of candidates, even party and personal pledges, are impotent if they can main tain their position of vantage. Clean legislation can not (low lroni a pol luted soune. Remove the pollution from the fountains of political power, and all other reforms are possible But not otherw ise. Whether Kentucky will undertake that kind of cleaning up is the ques tion. Whether you will follow the course of New Jersey and California ridden by political bosses and made to serve powerful monopolistic interests or whether you 'will allow a coutinu ance of those conditions, is the su prenie matter. This campaign is to unfold tltat pro gram. Hear not atone one side, nor one speech. Hear all. Then decide for Kentucky's honor, and progress. Louisville, Henderson Corrected to Dw, M7 Dalit n & 4. St. Louis Ry. 1!10 140 Hall? TIME TABLE 149 (tally pn i . iM (tally 4 Ml (tally 40ntn fl 0" f" II 23 ft 30 f 34 fM 40 f!i 5TAf ltiN. Lv 42 lla.lt mi Hslly lu ii m MS Dally f4 m 4flum m 11 17 21 THAW lit UK HII(DKK M I'll s ill I Ar Y I.IHIN 12 fil 42 ,'MI :.M ts It) 01 & ff. (.. 31 ffi 37 f& M 4.1 i I :i : b i M hRANIlKMU F.KKOM POINT i.l HAHTI.K" l K K II A f.N I.ONU MhANCII WIT HOW !TITK!" KATHKVN KlMiKA f A , (12 13 12 07 (12 "I 12 01 IU i; m f7 01 2H fil hi .HI ri m NN fii fi, 41 .1.1 f ;J : h M III SI 3H 14 03 I BviTUIl IHVINUToN 41 HI M fil 37 II "' f 21 j 25 I fll 13 . 10 43 fil ft (10 l no 27 .. l.olUHI'KO M IC WfcHKTKK no no 4 II K, in :,. 47 fil) .37 Mini I f7 05 f7 04 :t no 10 14 4h AMPLE CTEI'H EMl'ORT C flu rni :ii 23 fiO on fio 01 S7 ui 5M fM r; ,,i r: 22 5 14 f. 10 j II f7 fio M II on II - It IV 40 i 2 II 4i 7 37 f7 4. f7 ftO 7 f- "HOPH SK I I.I.MAN HAW MVIM.K I.OVKKI'OKT PETRI A AI'I'Ifo.N llol.T i" ii nv 4 57 II t mi 4 3 n t'. 40 31 IS r t, :: o:i f - o: i'.i 14 rn fii 7 LEW m WAITMAN PAT EC J4 3T apoRT MM'Fn E. HA IK I I fit 20 ft l' H 35 f4 17 fl 7 if ft 27 II Km j f- I - 1210pm ;t, (7 40 I f7 7 a.) 5S HI 2.i 7 n n f!' n n I 40 4(i s: M 03 rc: OWENHBORO CON WAV MAI IN'. V OKI i i n il ncTcii f 3 fl ui 3 f7 Ot II 50 tH 45 io i i or. i sr. 40 pm I K 10 i :..s 40:1111 1 fit 24 (' 42 10 U 7 RKEIl BEAL9 MpOTTfVILLE HA0KETT HENHERMON AN- I.I.I HT. NEWMAN STANLY - 23 f i;i f II "' 6" r: S7 fh 34 M If, 11 n ( f3 21 I 04 7 5ti 5 in f3 II f3 07 f7 51' 3 oo 7 f K Ull'l.i 30 I" uni 7 I .V. I 35 pn 2 30 34 it in "f" Stops on Signal, Where no time shown trams ivinot; stop. Trains 14"i and 146 carry free reclinini; chair cus between Louisville and St. Louis, I'ullman Local sleeper netween Louisville anil Evansville, Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. I4I will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharie pussenizers from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from went of Cloverport. Hartford Line West Bound jeeiiil'l Gluts No. 9 No 7 Between irvlnirton and Fordsville First Class No. bast Bound BeOOBd (. First Class Class No Ill No. 112 No No. S 10 Mixed Duly n; 5;) on fl 20 23 34 11 rrels'1 Hahy S Pass. Dally n STATIONS Pass Hally n ex-- 11 Band'f Only f 8 Dally ex-S- CffJlP t. I 45uin s s 30 s5 n W uaa H 30 5s si fll Ii I "an Lv IRVINOTON ill 4:i ;0 fll sll f7 M f7 57 10 m 11 mi :.i si'J olpta 10 13 10 35 10 43 10 53 fll sl2 m fll US Ar ItAslN BPRINti UARFIELH BARN ED JUNCTION IIAKlilNSUI'l.'ii JUNCTION KIRK McOUAUY GLEN DEAN lOim 54 t HI 17 lOfjHi II II 4 ( hS 37 12 OJ ss 53 4ti f 3 15 s 2 52 r 2 37 s j 30 s 2 15 s f : 1 ilea U 10 10 10 IT. 50 30 IS M 5ti 3ti II 11 17 tx 24 fs 30 fs M fs 42 It 00 11 11 sr.' M 40 4 10 I It II 11 20 30 f!2 Ml ail s 4W I ."irpni H ru rs DEMPSTER KoCKVALK VANZANT AsKINS OAKS f 1.1. M ITCH Lv 45 33 24 s s s ;i;i f I 30 f I 22 1 111 n.i 55 47 .t; I f s ID 10 10 01 a h 05 f s 00 00 50im 3 30 Ar FORDSVILLE is ilea 5W f f f s 7 54 7 50 7 45 7 35 7 s f f f s 2s 23 05 00 I 1 17 I 13 I I I I I K 54 43 34 31 20 2.1 15 10 3"im U Mpa EARlGTON I 05 WEST BOUND Between Dempster and Falls of Roup;h. Class OfisM ZZ EAST BOUND aaooad Clim 31 l'irl zs TIMb TABLE l das lrst Mixed Psssenifer Passenger Daily Sunday 12 IP! T. Tills Time Tabia went z IntoetTeirt Sunilay. .lune :5! p iu III, 1010. at Psssenirer Daily Klrrt Class IT " Psssrniter D lly Except Sunday 12 35 12 15 second Class 34 Mixed Monday, uhMmIUv Only I I ,:x',,"t .V. Daily Kx,'""t Sunday S !' Un'A7 STATIONS DEsl'STKK. FALLS Of ROUGH .. X E.xeepl s;inilayj 35 15 indFHa only 2 I 0- 2s p ui 4s p inllJ u in p di 40 00 a a ni tn a tn am p in p ui 4s p m -pm J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN l SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. 8- - -- Day Tour from Louisville to 8 STLPHENSP0RT Rev. H. Jarboe and family are at tending the camp meeting at Kings wood. Dr. Litchfield and wife left Sunday for Nebraska to locate. We are sorry tn see them leave. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Owensboto are guests of Dr. Shively. The drouth still continues and crops are iu a dreadful condition. Mrs E. A. Blaine returned Friday from Louisville John Deicktuan and wife are both able to be out again. K. B. Blaiue and family left Sunday for Louisville to spend a few days with Mrs. Blaine's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. Biggs. Mrs. Mollie Adkisson returned Saturday from Cloverport. where she spent a few days. Mrs. M. L. Roberts spent Sunday in Union Star the guest of Miss Mattie Miliner, who is very ill with typhoid (ever. Mrs. W. J. Schopp is in Louisville. Mrs. Eugene Connor is very much improved. ' Miss Marion Dix is on the sick list. Atlantic City Philadelphia Washington City THURSDAY, (Pk AUGUST 17, falitfl tlii' V0Al9 1911 Louis-$t)edU Pays your round trip railroad fare from villo. IioU'I lulls trip, three days titid niht- - at Ailantic City. (MM day in Philadelphia, and two days and nirhts in Washington City. Sleepers and meals on train additional to uliove named rate. If interested write me for lileralureon the ahove tour. J. C. CRUTCH ER, R. R. Agent :: Breckenridge County Joho Crawford came Saturday from Mississippi for a two moptlis vacation. Hs and bis motbor left Monday for Canada to visit. Mrs. Stanley Connor is improving and is able to be out after a tnres WEBSTER, KY. weeks illness. Mr. and Mrs. Fouuie Rhodes, of Medoria, passed through town Sunday enroute to Chenault to visit relatives. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you us Lswisport BEST Flour". OUR COUNTY FAIR! Hardinsburg, Ky. August Clean, Moral, Agricultural Exhibition. Something to Suit the Taste oi Everybody A 22, 23, 24 -- 3- Three Great Days ot Amusement, Profit and Pleasure r All Rings Our Premiums this Year Justify the Statement that at Hardinsburg you will see the Finest Collection of Beef and Dairy Cattle in the State : . See Xlie Big Cattle Show! Big Premiums on Mules, Hogs and Sheep First Day Second Day Third Day and Races to be Judged by Experts j Breckinridge County Day A CLTDESOALB- - Louisville 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. Grounds. Train stops at Fair Below is Fare on Main Line and Branch: A YEATII.INO. SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE TO OUR. COUNTY FAIR IVlain L uUville W Line Points KA I! I Sample Stephen-port KAKE f it Point 1 Howard Hurtles Ivock luvt'i) Long Branch Brandenburg Kltron I ustoa rvington baler Lodiborg i 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.Oo 1.00 .80 .75 Addison ..... Holt Cloverporl Skillumn Hawe.'ville. $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1. 00 1.10 1.25 1.35 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.75 2.00 Petrie Adair Lewisport. Wait man Maceo Dea.pster Fordsville $ .60 $1.00 .50 .75 Glen Dean Fulls of Hough .35 McQuady 95 Elltuitch .30 Kirk .90 Oaks .20 Harned80 Askins 35 Garfield Van Zant .70 Basin Springs .50 Rockvale .5 Date of sale August 22, 23, 24, 15)11. Return limit Augu-- t 25, 1911. Form of ticket, R. T. 2. In addition to the regular train service, special trains will he operated on the following schedule: - Branch Line Points 7.12 7.15 7.20 T.S8 7.52 7 40 Holt Addison Stephonsport Sample Mystic Lodihuig Webster Irvington Basin Springs Garheld ... Harned Junction .4.36 4.30 Ar. Hard.nsburg Lv. 8.50 Fordsville to Hardinsburg and Return Aug. 22-24. 7.50 8.00 8.10 8.26 8.38 8.42 6.05 6.02 5.58 5.49 5.42 5.34 5.22 5.10 5.os . . . . 4.53 4.40 7.12 7.15 .22 7.26 7.31 7.35 See note 7.40 7.52 7.58 8.07 8.15 Elltuitch Oaks Askins Van Zant Rock vale Dempster Falls of Rough Glen Dean McQuad . 5.33 5.29 5.23 5.18 5.13 5.09 See note 5.03 5.51 4 44 Kirk Junction 4.36 .80 1.00 LOO Cloverport and Return Aug. DOING 7 22-2- 4, 191 1 1911 RETURNING P. M. OOOra A. M. UPTURNING Mystic )wnsboro 00 ii. iu. Lv Cloverport Ar. 6. SO 7.05 Fordsville 5.40 Ar. Hardinsburg Lv. 4 30 Motor car will run between Falls of Rough and Dempster in connection with this schedule. J. P. GARDNER, Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kv. General Note: Ice Water Free! of The Shadiest Fair Grounds in the State! A Band Composed unsurpassed Musical Ability. I of Men and Women Hear the Lady Soloist "She Sings with the Band" Para-rKU- r. nnnc L. r L. n DlED rAKIVcK A The Noted Balloonist, will make a Balloon Ascension and Don't Miss It. chute Leap each day at 2.30 p. m. i A. T. BEARD, President JNO. N. SKILLMAN, Secretary i