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The Breckenridge news: August 23, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911082301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 23, 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 VOL. XXXVI NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVLRPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1911. will Pages IVo. 7 H. lighten the burdens of others and make the world brighter and better. It MARY DeHAVEN is not hard to find a simple task to perform one suited to those who are IN DEATH bent with age, such tasks crowd themASLEEP selves into every dav affairs, and may be found each day without looking. man Morning. They knock at the door of every wi,l-in- g Came Friday and woman and silently plead for hands. Those of us who are yet Funeral Saturday Afternoon, young should try to make the old be. Conducted By The Rev. Mr. lieve they are yet useful that there is yet a great ieat of work for them to do. Dillon, Former Pator. In doing lM we will not only lighten the bear's of the aged ones but we will HAD SUFFERED LONG. lighten the burdens of the toiling i.JI!g The First Day of Fair. The first dnv of ImIt openelnp with a fine attendance, bigger than ever he- fore on the firft day. cattle show, hogs siifl sheep, sn1 good races. All Day i Service. Was held The funeral Saturday afternoon at of Mrs. Mary DeHaven 2:30 Mr. Mr. Charles Jennings Dies. Hewleyville. Aug. 22, Special There will be an all day service at Hewleyville Methodist church Sund .y Aug. 9j, in honor of M iss Bevvio Cain, our Mis sionary to Mexico. Bewleyvillt, Irvine-tosnd Webster Missionary societies will join In giving sn interesting program. Special music Iirs been prepared. Dinner will be served. The Rev. O'clock from the residence. Mr. Gentian P. Dillon, pastor of the Methodist church here last year, was called from Greenfield to conduct the Music was rendered by Mrs. (vlanrKnr. Simons. Lawrence A. rrav amr Miss Margaret Burn. The 'erment took flace in the Cloverport Mrs, DeHaven died Friday morning a meterv. Mrs. George Jolly Sinking. Jennings died at his home on the Pike Friday, after a serious illyears of age Mrs. Oeorge W. Jolly, who has been ness. He was sixtv-on- e and for many year's was keeper of in a critical condition from uraemic the toll gate. He leaves one daughter, poisoning at her home on St. Ann street for several days, is sinking rapidly, Miss Annie Jennings. and her death is probably but a matter Owensboro Enquirer, of a few hours Miss Denham's Death. August 21. Ml tie She had been after six o'clock. Miss Maud Denham, daughter of Dr. months and ever since Christmas for r daughter, Miss Mamie DeHaven, Dock Denham, died Saturday at the -I fearcelv left her bedside. Her home of her father on the Pike. She years of age. death was caused from a complication was twenty-seve- n of diseases. At the time of her death Mrs Deyears of age. OLD CITIZEN DEAD Haven was sixty-eigShe was born and reared at Falls of Rough and in 1850 she was married to the late Mr. John Riley DeHaven. She Clayton Beard Stricken With by one daughter, Miss is survived Paralysis- - Union Soldier and Mamie DeHaven, and four sons, Messrs. DeHaven, of Carl, Orfilo and Wickliffe Fine Man Passes Away. this city, and Dr. Fred DeHaven, of Louisville. Hardinsburg, Ky. , Aug 23. (Special) On August 15th., his seventy-eightMrs. Freeman's Poetry. birthday, while at his place of business, Mr. Clayton Beard received a stroke of paralysis. He was carried to his boardart borrowed by a friend, If thuu ing house where medical aid was given Right welcome shall he be him. At times he was .conscious, savTo read, to study not to lend, ing that he knew the end was near and But to return to me. Not that imparted knowledge doth making all arrangements in tegard to his property and burial. But he grew diminish learning store, worse until Thursday night when he u,t books, I find when often lent, . fell asleep at 7:30 o'clock. Return to me Tio more. Mr. Beard joined the Union army at Read slowly, pause frequently, think He belonged seriously, keep cleanly. the age of twenty-eigh- t Return duly, the corners of the leaves to Company K. Third Kentucky Cavalry, of which he was sergeant. Captain not turned down. Shacklett recruited and was captain This poem, written on the fi: st two years and then Captain Scott beleaf of a book, was composed by Mrs. came caotain. She was 94 years dd During the war he was married to M. Freeman. Miss Clara Kin.heloe, who fell asleep in Sunday, August 13. At the Jesus just a few years ago. close of the war they moved to Missouri, where his people lived, and reVisiting From Rockport. mained there two years. Having formKentucky, they moved C. S. Lamb and child- ed a love for Mr. and Mrs. back to Hardinsburg, where they lived ren, Misses Ruth and May Lamb and until his death. He leaves two sisters, Frank Lamb, of Rockport, Ind., are did visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tate. one of which came to see him but htttf not reach here until after his death. They like Rockport because the town The funeral services took place Sathas all the conveniences of the city. urday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from Mr. Lamb is starting on his tenth year the M. E. church of which he was a of success in the insurance business. member. Dr. Shepherd conducted the services, aftet which he was laid to rest At The State Fair. in Ivy Hill Cemetery. J Never Too Late To Mend. Ed. O. Leigh, of the Bowling Green Messenger, says it is the "modest little woman who is the man behind the gun" and shapes the fortunes of nearly all successful men. '' Then wny don't you get one, you old dried up bach? Calloway Gazette. cause many sn old farm to get In touch with the more progress-'vlife It means bet'er education, civilizaliving PIKE tion, higher aideas ofmove and life WIN AT HOME Cause many one to the well or water supply near the kitchen door so wife would far John T. Ditto Says That Good thatathe of water. not have so in to Soon Be Ready For 'The Hen tug pail I'ut a sink the Roads Lead To Better Living-Caus- es kitchen that she might empty the dish Dederson Route'-Kelly- ites water in. instead of dashing out on the Men To Put Sinks In ground at the kitchen door to cause feated The Kitchen And Make Things stench anil attract our common enemy, Players On Both Teams the house fly. Over. It is a great step to a higher and better way of living. Farms on a pike PRETTY GAMES ALWAYS sell for twice the money as one off. WANTS ROAD FINISHED the great comfort of getting to Manager Marion Weatherholt with some place in any kind of weather. his hustling "kid" team of ball tossers Mr. Editor: With a three hours ride I called on a friend a few days in from mv home, Decatur, III., o?er to Chicago, who was at one time a great enjoyed Capt. KcHy't "kids" frnm Hawesville on the local diamond last this point to make a connection for horse fane ier and owner. asked him Thursday. When the dust had cleared Ky. , I got ample time to gaze over two if he still kept horses. Said: "No it's copies of the Breckeuridge News and too slow a way of getting about, I use away the score stood 7 to I, m favor of Cloverport. absorb with interest their contents. the automobile now, get somewhere in It will be remembered that the One of the interesting items of the very short time." Same is true of the Cloverporters' sojourned to Hawesville papers was the pike proposition from pike. You can get somewhere on one. on the 11th in the first game of the Irvington to Custer. That is a great have known the roads out to Custer series, and took the scalp of the Kelly-ite- s movement. Aad one that every farm when it was almost impossible to get to the tune of 3 to 2, was one of er should take, not only a kind interest there. May the good work he pushed the best games ever played in the rein it but an active one. A pike out to a finish. Yours truly, cord time of "s minutes. Keyed up to through that section of country would John T. Ditto, the highest pitch and with the string be of untold benefit. One that the peo- Terra Haute. Ind. of defeat on their own diamond. They ple would wonder after it was completcame full of revenge, WANTS IRVINGTON JSTER Twice-Determi- ned I ed how they did without it so long. determined to ht 1 Kentucky is interested from a patriotic standpoint in the celebration of the centennial, in 1913, of the victory of Commodore Perry, over the Biitish on Lake Erie, in 1812. A commission named by the Governor has been appointed to represent this State on that It will be of occasion at interest therefore to the public to know that this famous navil feat will be reproduced in tire by the Allen Pyrotechnic Company each night during the State Fair, which begins in Louisville, Put-in-Ba- y. Mr. Cox Believes In Early School Training. Mis an1. Mrs. S. D. Cox and four children, Samuel, Wilbur, Evelyn and Garmon, have returned home after a visit to his brother, Chas. Cox, at Mr. Cox is agent for the Tobinsport. Henderson Route at Sample. Mr. Cox has just started his children to school. The oldest is seven or eight years old, aad the two that follow he sends by the September 11 and continues to mid- day and pays the teacher extra for them night, September 16. as they are not of school age. He All the art of the pyrotechnist will be thinks that a few days in school every used in this presentation, which will be week, while the weather is good, is one of the most spectacular ever at- fine training, for the little tots. tempted on Kentucky soil. Another big feature of Fair week will Returns From St. Louis. collision on the afternoon be a head-oof Saturday, September 16, wheu two Ed. Alexander returned last week forty ton engines will be turned loose under full head of steam and per- from St. Louis. He said business is mitted to crash together in front of the booming over there, he could hardly go grand stand. This will be a reproduc- the rush was so great. He bought a merchandise for tion of the thrilling event witnessed by big stock of President Taft at Indianapolis on July his large store at Irvington. 4, last, at the Indiana State Fair n If the farmers could possibly be aroused to the point of the great ad vantage a good road has to improving a section or country they would rally-t- Celebrates His Sixty-Eight- h the effort of putting it through so Birthday at Paynesville Home quick you would not have time to bat Card Of Thanks. your eye. Nineteen Grand Children We wish to extend our thanks to our It would not only more than double Present. friends and neighbors for their kindness the value of their lands in price, but during the sickness and death of our would stimulate them to improve the father, Wm. P. Beavin. producing qualities, beautify their At the home of Mr. John Mattingly a Mr. and Mrs. Wm I. Taul. homes and surroundings. It wouu! fine dinner was given in honor of his SB birthday, those present were: Four children and their families, Mrs. Nettie Kennedy, Mrs, John Frakes, Mrs. TABLOID STORY OF John Fackler, Mr. Henry Mattingly . and 19 Leonora Wilson and brother, Herbert, from Cloverport, M grand children, from Paynesville. The neighbors invited were: Mrs. Carl AND HIS WORK Schen tt and son. Bcinie, Mrs. Joseph Facklcn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe "You are a Dutchman", said a vis- a year there he went to New York to Flaherty and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ker- itor to Miss Mary Kathrine, the attracti- prepare himself for the work that ap- rtck. ve little daughter of the Hev. Mr. t pealed to him most. During his four McDonald. "No I am not", she an years at the Presbyterian University-hCerf- - Cerf Wedding. was assistant to the Chaplain of the swtred ijuickly, "1 am a Presbyterian". Possibiy she is because her father is, Presbyterian Hospital and after his Maximilian Cerf, Jr., of Louisville, but Mr. McDonald said Saturday that graduation was appointed Chaplain. the reason he chose the Presbyterian He realized success and happiness in and Miss Alene Cerf were married at church for his ministerial work was New York, but lost his health. One the bride's home in New Albany at S for the fact it is the most American of night while listening to the grand opera o'clock August 16. The wedding was all denominations. Uncle Sam took his at The Metropolitan a vision of a church qu'te a pretty affair. The groom is a plan of government from tha Presby- as grand and as beautiful as that opera successful young man, is the son of Mr. house came to him. He was soon called Max Cerf, the friendly and popular terians Mr. McDonald and family have re- from New Y'ork to Maroa and weut traveling salesman. turned to his home at Maroa, III. It there for lighter work. Here his vision was interesting to hear him tell of the followed him and he began at once to On To Custer new church that he has built. Th's in- put it into reality only on a smaller stitutional church cost $10,000. Besides scale. He has succeeded. The soliciting committee- of the the auditorium and Sunday School A Man Of Business. Irvington AOd Custer Pike held a room, it has a reading room, a gym, Mr. McDonald is a thorough business meeting here Friday after-noo- n kitchen and dining room and every of man although his church finances are the past week. The names of sevhandled entirely by the laymen. Every en other men residing along the month he draws his check alsame as a ... railroad president or a bank cashier. proposed route were added to the "I think the happy day is coming when original committee. An article of the wives, daughters and sisters will agreement has been placed in the be given allowances." He preaches hands of each committeeman therethis in his church. Heally Mr. McDonby authorizing him to receive conald has studied life in its every phase. tributions of either mouey or labor He tries hard to make people see how practical religion is, how it can beau- to be used in the construction of tify the ugliest life and turn every sor- the proposed highway. row into joy. A division hasnri-e- n as to which even up matters, but the inviucibles were too much for them, and while they gave the umpire his usual bumps for raw decisious, admitted after it was over they were beaten fairly. They are a tine set of fellows and deserve much credit for their good behavior away from home, and their courteous treatment to us at their home. The game was enjoyed by an enthusiastic crowd, and the opinion of all was: the "kuls would soon be ready for "The Henderson Route. " r MATTINGLY Mrs. Wm. Frank, of Owensboro, who has been visititing relatives, has returned home. A protracted meeting began at Pis- gan church last Sunday night, conducted bv Rev. Mr. Lawrence. James Brickey, of Tar Fork, is de lighted with the I'isgah Sunday school and says it is the best he ever attended. Miss Eunice Jennings gave an ice school-house j uett n. Mcdonald Ju-et- grand-children- - . cream supper at Hardin's Friday night and was largely attended. William Hivin, of Cloverport, who has been seriously ill for sometime at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. I. Taul, died Sunday, Aug. Ml He leaves a wife and seven children and nine One sister, Mrs Jas. Perkins. The interment took place at the Pisgah graveyard Monday at one o'clock. A daughter was born to the wife of Clarence Mattingly. Aug. 8. Morn to the wife of Stile Keenan, a daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Lawson and little son, of Cloverport, who have been visit ing friends aud relatives, have return grand-children. ed home. James Sanders, while making ties re became overheated and ha been seriously ill, is some better at this writing. One of his little boys it also sick with malaria fever. Mrs. Llizt Orum and daughter, Mabel cently, grand-daughter, Ihe Woman Of His Church. musical instrument from a pipe organ to a pianola including a brass band among the boys. Mr McDonald believes that the church should be the impulse of the home, social and business life of the world. He thinks it shuuld furnish thought, traiuiug and amusements. grounds. Way To Keep Young, Says Hodgensville Herald. A man's usefulness may be hindered some by age, but the man who ceasas to try to accomplish things because he feels that he is too old, hands himself Y over to a miserable fate bound and ' V gagged to wait the end in the gloom of misery. There is something in the world that may be accomplished for good by feeble and palsied hands some little thing each day may be done that Suggestion To Cloverport. Mr. McDonald says that before churches can realize their ultimate There will he no horse show in Louis-yill- power, thty must be willing to die for this fall. Lack of Public Patron- each other. That Cloverport use one age is the only cause that is given. church for a house of worship, one for a library and one for a gym and entertainment hall, was his suggestion. He Be Boys. Boys Will declares that the churches should furnish clean, wholesome and attractive Last week some parties made a raid amusements for young people. patches of Phil on the watermelon Studied In New York. Smith and Murry Stidum and stole a Mr. McDonald attended the Central lot of their melons. Warrants are out Mrs. Lynch, of Glen Dean, is in Cinfor the boys arrest' snd we understand University of Kentucky and from there cinnati this week buying millinery Boys, went to the University of Michigan to they are Fordsville boys, too. buy your melons. Pordoville Argonaut. 'take up the study of law. After staying i00 lor Wilson, Owen & Company. No Horse Show This Fall. e Mrs. McDonald has the work of Mr. McDonald and his church at heart. She ioves it. But she is a thorough home woman and a busy mother looking after the daughter and the son. A great deal of her time is taken up iu the Manse pike as originally which is a handsome new home just tended, there will now be two. Duiit tor them. Mrs. aicDonald is a Dr. P. V. Foole i out in a strong Decatur woman, but completed her edWEBSTER ucation iu New York city. circular letter in which lie indorse-thi- s The McDoualds' visit at The Castle pike movement, and in which Miss Either Payne, of Stephensport, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattingly he donate-- , the ue of four traction is spending this week the guest of her was certainly a Dleasure to many iu Cloverport, particularly their personal engines to be used in crushing and couhln, Miss Mae Bandy. sprcadinir the metal. Ir. Foote is Miss Hum Stewart, uf Louisville, is friends and to the church people. quite enthusiastic and will leave the guest of Miss Lelu Stewart. Miss May Claycomb, of Louisville, is no stone unturned that will assist Dinner Party. visiting friends anil relatives her. in further iug this cause, MUses Mrs. D C. Heron, J, Keith Cloverport,Susie and Rosa Newton, of Mrs. Emma Skillman was hostess at visited Mrs. Hugh McGavock a dinner party given at her home Fri- and others are donating the right Sunday. day evening. Covers were laid tor: Mr. ot way across their farms thereby Miss Lucy Burr, of Owensboro, and and Mrs. Chas. B. Skillman, Mr. and shortening the distance by at least Mrs. Price), of Brandenburg, are the Mrs. Jas. Randall, Misses Elizabeth one and one (matter miles. guests of Mrs. Tom Lydduu. Skillman, Lenora McOavock and Mil, Fred Tinius and Miss Tillie Riu, of These facts with the existing died Babbuge, Messrs. William White, amount of pike and the wide road Louisville, spent Sunday with Mrs. E. Virgil Babbage and Vivian Pierce. bed practically made, are strong M. Hall. Miss Esther Payne and Miss Mae points in favor of the Eastern In Cincinnati. Bandy were guests of Mrs. B. T. Payne route. . and Dolljf Hopper, who have been visiting relatives here, have of the two existing routes the pike rttorned to their home in Kvansville. Mrs. Charley Howard aud daughter, shall follow. Etch route having Julia: Mrs. John Iliukiusand daughter some strong feeders from other Ruby; Mr. and Mrs. Myrou Moorman, sections, it now eems probable Mrs. V. Hinton.al! ot Louisville, attend that from Irvington to Hewleyville ed the Masons' barbecue. instead of there being only one Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewigport BF.ST Flour. invvn- line of $3.50 Saturday and Sunday. Emery French, of Stephensport, Evening Post and Breckeuridge News visiting his cousin, Herbert Haddock. one year 95. SO. Continued on Page 3 LouisvilUi is O'REAR MAKES STATEMENT On the Bradley Election and ignation Question. Res- rupted tha party. I EVIDENCE IS LACKING That portion of .lin!(?e E. C. O'Rnar's opening speech at Kllzabethiown which dealt with Senator llradloy's election and with the question of his own resignation from the Court of A; peils while making the race for (iovmor on the Republican ticket is as follows: Notwithstanding our platform was adopted more than a month ago, and that Its provisions were In the main aet forth in the announcement of my candidacy four months ago, not one Journal or speaker of the opposition has assailed any one 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 thny were defeated In their own party It would seem that their criticisms were not well received. This silence of the Democratic press and speakers, Inclrdlng nominees, la Kspecialy Is this time significant when it Is viewed In the light of the treatment liv Mint press of our ticket. You have observed that all their denunciation has been directed at me personally. The effort Is to detro the public's confidence In me; to maka It appear that I am untrustworthy and I can not believe this is insincere. because of any personal malevolent feeling tow. n me; that I of all men In the Republican party in Kentucky who have been nominated for thl high office am so woefully deficient in character and so dnngerous In tendency The true reason appenrs to me to be that as our platform Is invulnerable, is nn advanceil presentation of live subjects In keeping with the public pood and the popular demand. It Is necessary. In order to destroy our chances of winning, that the ticket And ns I made my canupon vass before the Republicans these identical policies, and was because of theni overwhelmingly chosen to head the ticket, my destruction would best Insure the defeat of our ticket, ft Is therefore this bitter, per sonal, partisan attack Is made upon me. My position as a member of the Court of Aipeals for the past eleven years has given me great opportunity for serving the State well or bad. In that, my learning ns a lawyer was not more Impor'ant than my character as n man. Yet none of these papers that I was unfitted to serve you In that high and Important office. 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 tn carry out the plan of the opposition, find the public must be deceived by litem so as to distract attention from the true issues. Hence the Interpola tion of Immaterial Issues. I do not MU to Imply that my own sincerity and uprightness as a man and as a public official are immaterial, hut tha' the efforts resorted to so far to establish that fact are Of these the two most harped on by the press are my ntb.slon to Senator Rradley's title and my failure to now resign my office as Judge, pending the eampalgn. Of the first. I have this much to say: My training and habit of mind are to presume every man Innocent or crime until at least th"re Is some substantial evidence to the contrary That Is not only the course of law, tint Is the only decent way of treatment of the matter It has beronie a common prMtlet in this country to accuse the highest public offlrials of th'-criminal purposes without any evidence and without any fnudatlnii 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 responsi Me statements on the subject ought at least be free from that national weik liess I begin, therefore, with thp pre numptlon that this high official, repre Seating Kentucky In the Senate of the Vnlled States. Is as guiltless of crime In procuring his office as his distin gulshed colleague or any other inetn-IeThis presumption should stand until there Is contrary evidence Thn' be was elected by receiving the vote-o- f four Democratic members of tb Kentucky Legislature, In addition to all the Republican members. Is well known. There has been no suggestion the support of any one of the Re I U hi leu members was procured by corruption It Is only as to the Heme cnillc votes tl.at this accusation Is MM hinted have no knowled-- e whatever that any of them was cot rupted, nor have I ever heard of an lota of evldenre to sustain the Intln'ii ' ion. On the contntrv. I had upposed ti'Ht those members who voted lor Mr I'radley did SO In order to defpaf Mr ReeltMM, and that they finally voted for Mr Hradley for that purpose alon" ft III be remembered that Mr Beck htSfl and Mr MeCreurv bad Just made i r ice In the Democratic primary for the nomination for I'nlted States Senator, Beekham piteked his easjpalgri U the qeeatlnn of putting the liquor trMto oui of politics In Kentucky. He had. advocated a coun'y unit law, and bad procured a partial one to be p.isM d He h: deeply of fended the llcp or lOjtereatl In Ken taekj by that fact, and bad Incuri" their bitter enmity They oppo ad rdm Holldlv. with Ihe'r riioncv am' votes, McCreary siii port hag ltm Jlcckham was the nominee ' Imc to ie:- The liquor Inter. nothing as settled lev of accepting that was not settled tbe-- win. ! In the I afltalatMM, Tlie'i II r' the fight chief organ then as now, the Com r Journal, editoiiaiiv s4 visas' tha l' crat.lc members to holt Mr. Itackham'x nomination: counseled his defeat as a fitting punishment for his party perfldv In abandoning the liquor people during his administration. 1 utppoaed Mia' the Courier-Journa- l rated by no worse motive than re reset upon an adversary whom it could not defeat nor control In the havi-though- t . tl-aaI so-ca- l! 1 wn-get Courier-Journa- l were. In fact, living exponents of its political teach Ings. They of all the Democrats In the Legislature exemplified exactly political attitude, the Courier-Journal'which was to defeat Beckham, and thereby further the liquor trade's Interests. That may have been bad pontics, or bad taste, but It was not per se corrupt. Among those who bolted Mr. Beckham were, besides the four that afterwards supported Mr. Bradley. Mr. William F Klalr, of Dexlng ton, and Mr. L. W. Arnett, of Covington. They were both elected on the same ticket that had been nominated with Mr. Beckham, and were elected They supported Mr. as Democrats. Beckham for awhile, but finally bolted like the others, and continued thereafter to vote against him, as did the others. All of these bolting members voted for about a month for some other Democrats than Mr. Beckham. None of then began by voting for Mr Bradley. Some voted for Mr. Ollle James, Mr. Henry Watterson, J. J. Colonel John R. Allen and Senator McCreary. I Inferred from the course of these gentlemen, shifting their votes from one to another, that thatf real purpose waa to defeat Beckham, and that tliey were casting about for smne one upon whom enough could unite to accomplish the result without There seems electing a Republican. to be no doubt that If those supporting Beckham had gone over to the Insurgents led LjT Mr. Klalr and Senator MrN'uft, any Democrat whom the latter vara si. porting could have been After some weeks of futile elected. balloting, Mr. Bradley says he notified the Insurgents that unless they voted for him the next day he would resign his caucus nomination, thereby absolving the Republican members from further supporting him. In which evpnt he tredlcted enough Republicans would vote for Mr. Beckham to elect him, In spite of the insurgent Demo crats. 1'nder this threat four of the seven iBSurgeats voted for Mr. Bradley the next day. and be was thereby Two of the other Insurgents. elected Klalr and Arnett, continued to vote against Mr. ham, but ilid not vote for Mr Bradl Ijr, In a speech delivered at Frankfort at a consolation banquet tendered bin by his friends a few days later, Mr. I'.eckham declared that all seven of the insurgents were equally guilty for his defeat, and that all seven had voted against him at the behest of the liquor interests. It Is true he Intimated thai some of them (perhaps all of them) bad been corrupted lo do so, but did not state any fact showing it to ha so. I understand that the Franklin Circuit Court, while the was still in session, charged Itl grand Jury to Investigate those Charges of corruption, and that It did so, reporting that It could find no evidence upon which to base an indictment. The Jndga of that court is an official of I Hill III and the personal friend and appointee of Governor Beckham. The Commonwealth's Attorney is a man of great ability and Integrity. I felt assured they had done thalr full duty. I assumed the inves'i-gatloI was energetic and earnest. have never heard anything to the contrary. Two years later another Legislature was elected. Both branches of it were Democratic. It did not offer to further Investigate the alleged corruption of Its predecessor. That It bail the :mver to do so is not doubted. Thg party press, after the first burst Of disappointment following Governor Beckham's defeat, was silent on the subject. Later the Democrats of Covington nominated Mr. L. V. Arnett for St Hi Senator and elected him. That was equivalent, I take It, to his vindication by bis party. This summer the Democrats of the Second Ra mad Commissioner's District have nominated Mr. W. F. Kluir for Railroad Commissioner on the same ticket with Mr. McCreary. I took this to it can his vindication by his party of tlr- imputation of corruption. Among those voted for by some of he Insurgent Democrats was Senatot McCreary, then a Democratic I'nlted States Senator at Washington. Mr. McCreary. though called upon bv party friends and some of the party press to repudiate such votes (as Mr. nilie James did l, failed to do so, there by leaving the inference that he was willing to receive them, and Other! flka them. Of the four Insurgents who t ally rated for Bradley, three of than ware the first to vote for Senator McCreary when they began balloting Me.Nutt. Charlton and l.lllard. Were ha Baa who voted for Mr. McCreary corral tad to do so? I have not thought M On the contrary, my deduction has een that they were animated by the ;ole purpose to defeat Beckham. Wits t a worse crime morally for them to bolt and vote for McCreary than to bolt and vote for Bradley? Certainly, tceording to political ethics It was a less offense for Bradley to receive ueh votes than it was for Mr to have received them. As the latter did not feel called upon to repudiate them, the former was nov Mr McCreary's silence then and ever dnce on this subject allows the lnf' r etice that he did not regard the bo' having been purchased or otlier-isc corrupted. To sum the matter p: The Courier-Journat' 'tiled and recognized leader of the Daaoeratlfl party in Kentucky, openly dvocated the bolt against Beekham. Messrs. Klalr and Arnett participated in it to the last: they were held by Mr. Bock hum to be equally guilty with 'he others; the liquor Interests w: bitterly Bahttng Bed ham's election out of raven aa not i eonase Ms alee ilon to the I'nlted States Senate coubl materially affect thalr business In Kctituol tiny Democrats, Including Mr Mcf'rt v were vo'e.l lor ptrsbt ently by the Insurgents for weeks In the sole effort to def it Beckham. The legislature of DUO failed to Inv.-t- ! gate the corruption of the Insurgents; the arand Jury of Franl Mn County I' dlcially exonerated thaw av ' tbe Drmocrat of Covington their action placed their seal of ap ' on the bolt and en it sunpo-I nival motive (the retirement of Peckharo so hav" tha Democrats of the Second DUtrlct.com Railroad prising on " third of the State. No tat I.,, been staled to tbe pub evr He which would be accepted In any s by having been bribed. Those n. embers who bolted Mr. DeniocratW Iieckham were of the same stripe as did not sits ert It was cor- Bl Leg-tatatur- a l, self-cons- tribunal as evidence, showing or tend Ing to show that Bradley or anybod) else bribed any vote for him. In vie.v oi inese iscis, was i inn warmiiim oi htating that there Is no tatnt on th man's title as a Senator from Ke.i tucky? By taint It Is understood the bfibei ue of corrupt means, such asI want 10 Now In obtaining his till" go one step further and say thai II those who would accuse upon n ei suspicion and condemn by lnni:enio have any knowledge of corruption M that election, they ahewM state it, an i produce the evidence; they should pat up or shut up. If they have such evidence, If Mr. Bradley was guilty ( Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's having obtained his election by brining any menber of the Legislature, or Vegetable Compound If the bribing was done by the liquor Morton's flap. Kentucky. "I suf Interests In his behalf, then his title fered two years with female disorders. would be tainted. my health was very I do not agree with Senators Brad had and I had a ley and Baynter on their vote In continual backache ca.e. They are both able which was simply lawyers, and I have no doubt acten awful. I could not upon their oaths and consciences In stand on my feet voting for Lorlmer to retain his seat long enough to cook I differ from them on the law of that a meal's victuals matter. If the evidence shows an without my back member voting for a I'nlted Stat nearly killing me, briber! to do so, and thet-lSenator was and I would have such dragging other evidence as to bribery as I others, then the title of that Senatot could I waa tainted, although the one .vote hanllv hear It. id soreness in each side, could not did not alone mak bis election pn " l ie. and he should tand tight clothing, and was irregular. have been expelled. I was completely run down. On ad bitterly oppose corruption In edice I took I .yd in, E. IMnkham's Vego-ibl- e tions, and am In favor of making It Compound and Liver Pills and useless to the corruptors by depriving in enjoying good health. It is now them of Its fruits. I draw no distinc.lore than two years and I have not tion In favo- - of party. All corruption-ist1 do all my i. ad an ache or pain since look alike to me. If my critics mean to hold tha' what own work, washing and everything, would he a virtuous or permissible and never have the backache any more. course for .Mr. McCreary would be a I think your medietas is grand and I corrupt, one for Mr. Bradley, then I praise it to all my neighbors. If you dissent from their view. If the two think my testimony will help others acting precisely alike, are to be held you may publish it." Mrs. Olltk to different standards of moral and po vVoodai.l, Morton's Gap, Kentucky. lillcal ethics, then It must, be submit Backache is a symptom of organic ted to the people whether that Is elth weakness or derangement. If you er logical or Just. The only poii ' have backache don't neglect it. To here at Issue Is my sincerity. Is m ?et permanent relielf you must reach root of the trouble. Nothing we sincerity to be tested by a different standard from that applied to Othel know of will do this so surely as Lydia Itrople? Have I not the right, and do E. Pinkham's Compound. I not rest under the duty, to emptor Write to Mrs. Pinkham, at the commonly accepted standard- - 01 ' ynn, Mass., for special advice. judging? If I was mistaken as to the iir letter will bo absolutely nature of Senator Bradley's title, ticlential, and the advice free. was led into the mistake by the course of the press, Legislature, grand Jur-anENTERING PORT ARTHUR. party action of Democrats at staled. I was not at Frankfort for two or three weeks before Senatot Something Akin to Sailing It I Bradley's election, nor for two weeks Through a Picture Frame. I was then absent In Florid;! after. Getting Into the hnrboi of Port I had no persona' on a vacation. is 'somei liliiu like nn Alice In knowdedge of the affair. My Inference? Wonderland tri k. Ons sails through were drawn from the proceeding which I have just described. n picture frame the rocky bluffs at As to my resignation: fi this I an1 the mouth, barely wide enough for a not being treated by that part of thf stout ship to BqaeeaS through without Democratic press which is criticlzln lacing Wondering how there can be me ns it has treated Democrats.. Thc objection is made that I am holding room for a ship to anchor between the one office and running for another frame and the picture Itself, a small Let us look at the usual course C hamlet somewhat Swiss or Norwegian la homelikenoss. But once behind the such things, and be governed accord ingly. There are four Democrat!-fr.imo the wonderland unfolds. The re n l ers of the Court of Appeals small bnsln of water becomes a lakeelected while holding other of- like body, delightfully protected befices, none having resigned their for hammer offices before their election to the hind sheltering cliffs. The littletowns, latter. Tbev were Justly not criti- let reaches out into two big one on either side. cized for their corrse. Senator Payn Tbe old town to the east contains ter. While a mom' er of the Court of buildings, barracks. Appeals, having about five years of the older Ituw-dnbis term unexpired, became a candi- Storehouses and the Hka. Flere also date for ('. S. Fenator. He was nom- now are the small Japanese shops and inated and e'ected, and did not resign the poorer classes of Japanese dwelas Judge until nbout five months after ling. o in construction, bis olect'on. He was not criticised for that. Mavor Head, of Louisville, with the ramshackle Chinese qunrter and Judge Peed, of Pnducah, the lat- on the outskirts. The new town to the west Is an Circuit Judge tad a gentleman ter open, modern Kuropenn or American of delicate sense ef lienor and unblemished reputation, became Candida' residence section, built largely by the Governor eltber resigned, nor Russians in the palmy (lays, Imposing was It suggested that they shorld. Mr. government buildings erected by tbe Johnson, a mem hat of Congress, be- Japanese, a hospital, a shndy park and came a caiK'ia'e for Governor. He did not resign. Mr. OUie James, a member a well run modern hotel. New Orof Congress, is now nominated for C. leans Tlmss rtamnrrnt S. Senator, and is running for that office. He has not resigned, and no newspaper has suggested that h should. Notice I have noticed but two Instance where nominees for higher offices n That resolutions of respect are signed the ones they held when nomIn order to prosecute their published at 5 cents per line. inated. free fri m the Imputation of Please do not send obituaries to greediness Implied In the criticism I am noticing. One was Judge Robert the News without expecting to Rlddell, who. while Circuit Judge, was pay for the publication of this nominated for Judge of the Court of Appeals. He resigned kind of matter. He was also defeated. The other was Judge Alton B. Parker, of tbe Court of Appeals of New York, nominated for President lbMARINE JUNKMEN. resigned as Jrdge, and was likewise defeated for President. The BIS ferity of precedent Is not to resign Carrier Snaili Load Their Back With It also appears to be unluckv. Besides All Sorts of Refuse. the criticism In this Instance dors tn' The earlier snail is to the sea what strike me as being sincere My distinguished opponent also holds an offic the Junkman Is to the land. It reof rower nd dignity, perhaps of some ceives its earns from its habM of carprofit also at times, which he Is nelt'i rying foreign ohjeets on Its back er reouested nor exnected to resign. Nothing comes unilss to the carrier This election will terminate my career snail if It Is net too Id;;. CastolT sheila ns a Judge of the Court of Appeals of mollnsha, hits of broken coral, Kentucky. You need have no fear of of small tiny stones and even fragments of that. The onlv nitestlon Is who should appoint my successor until the people broken glass dropped overboard from can sled one. The court will not con- passing vessels are cemented llrinly to vene again until the latter part of tbo edges of the growing shell, nor Is It Is now September. up with Its this curious creature sutlstied when docket. My absence for five or fIx the shell Is completely covered, bill re weeks will not with the pub- continues to add to Its collection by lic's hi sice before the court, To fastening new pieces to the old ones only fmiioslt'on involved will be thtt already plied upon Its back uutil It Is Of a Httle more labor for that time en no longer aide to move beneath Its bur my colleagues, who. I am happy to believe, would not in the least Mgradge deu. me that usual and simple courtesy. Ah It is an Inhabitant of tropical w;i In the allusions I have made to nn tern swarming with voracioua fish, distinguished opponent, no eritlel crabs, etc., there is method In Us mad Is Intended. His long public carei r la ness. Its hungry enemies puss It by. familiar to all Kentucklans, and I unable to distinguish It from the rocks would sav nothing to disparage whatever irrrit be has dll idaved. or to dS and shells on the sea bottom. Some of tract from his standing as a parti tbe snails show u preference for tiny man. I have Intended onlv to state pebbles all of one shape and equal size, cendltlons which have prevailed In ethers accumulate only shells of one Kentucky for m e e:irs nnt. of a po kind, and one picked up off the coast During these debate lltlcal aspect. of Japan hed Its portable house entiretell more will eeces-sarH'be sab' ly roofed with rlasH. New York Press. 1 as Illustrating these conditions. stand for changing them for the fiet LOU isvillS Evening Post ter. What be stands for can best bf fft 1 Kll and Breckenridtje News determined from his own utterances and conduct. I purpose pltchlna thf cammlen so far as 1 am concerned Not What She Meant in the h'gbett rounds. You shall b "Dear tenchei. wrote little Ediths 'old the truth as to pertinent facta affecting the situation, and the renson mother, "please excuse KdltU for uot Ine employed will be such, I trust,.-wil- l coming to school yesterday, us she fell appeal to the high standards of iu tbo gutter Hy doing the suuie you Intelligence and patriotism. will greatly oblige ber mother" Youth's Ooiiipiiiwn MAT isnMseeMmHHiMmeeemMMBiMaBei C memi J W W KOMI I H VURION W Mill MIIKI T PATE AWFUL BACKACHE Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. . Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in tw vii nMtrf (liriv 111 Alisi ti WUI VV IWI IVV7 IM 7.VWIe Wf I ti tr- trii-S I sen-satio- t. T 1 I - 1 I 11 II I I I I II a I line. Estimates on Application JLskjgtkahsjkigA a s PIBLC SALb ttii -- w a 0 aaar r -- I during the fair at Hardinsburg, Ky. Sale will take place immediatel' after the Jersey Cattle show on the morning of the last day, AUGUST '24th. This if. by far the best lot of Jersey's I have ever owned, and any one a hiph class butter, cow will do well to attend this sale. Cows are two and s four years old. all in full milk. A number of Heifer Calves will be offered, sired by Mr. Jackson a registered bull richly bred and a tine individual. Mr. Jackson has served me three years, which is as long as I can use him. lie will be off ered also. He is out df Adrina second by Adt ina's Fox, he by Flying Fox; so this bull is a grandson of thc great Flying Fox, one of the greatest sires known to Jersey breeders. For further partieulars, address de-iirin- high-clas- wh-we- P. M. BEARD :- -: Hardinsburg, Ky. cvsiiisr: Bomi-Japaoes- cr; cstasr 4ts ttois tJirisr: siztei rxa'ji rsir-- (iai- - 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. can-russe- t West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky int-rfe- SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription to M From now until after the November Election. The Breckenridge News, :: lt) te Cloverport, Ky. gf H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PMARHACY Oldest Dry Goods Establishment in The South Always "The Best For Less" Have Always Kept the Faith of The People By Giving Satisfaction To All High-Gra- de Merchandise at Popular Prices Comprises 43 Comprises 43 Complete Departments Complete Departments Each Department ' ' Each Department ' Complete in Complete in Itself Itself Address 330-33- 4 West Market 213 Fourth Avenue, Louisville IBACONasoHS INCORPORATED Miss Myrtle Leaf, of Riverview, rethe guest of her uncle, A. Dutschke, turned home Tuesday, after a visit at last Saturday and Sunday. , the home of her J W. John Gibson and sister, Angil, of IrvLyons. ington, attended church at Walnut J no. AM, of Evansville, visited Alex Grove last Sunday and were the guests of Miss Lucile Parr. Ahl here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Payne attended Mrs. Eva Rickert, of German, is visiting relatives. church at Union Star Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Wheeler and son, of James Waddington, of Union Star, Caruthersville, Mo visited Mr. and was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Charlie Payne last Saturday. Mrs. Sanders here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. lames Avitt, of Indiana, Prof. Louis Sanders, of Connersville, who have been visiting his parents I ml., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Confor the last month, returned home last rad Simons, Claude Havden has returned home Friday. "Bread baking success is guaranteed after spending two weeks with friends if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. in Danville. Lon Gilbeit has bought the Ahl property and will move into it in a few Cuts ami bruises may be healed in grand-father, one-thir- Address 330-33- 4 West Market 213 Fourth Avenue, Louisville Irvington and ' Custer Pike Will be Built Being a member of the committee selected to solicit subscriptions for ti e proposed pike from Irvington to Custer via Bewleyville, 1 hand you this foreword. The committee is composed of a dozen citizens who are distributed along the proposed route; they are to solicit aid in money and labor to defray A pike then built cost of construction. by subscription. No bonding the county. No increase of taxes--. A free pike when we complete it. And we expect to build it from Irvington to Custer. But it is that section extending from to Bewleyville 4 miles) that I am directly interested in and authorized to solicit for, that am now speaking to you about. I say this to you. The pike from Irvington to Bewleyville will be built if you along the route and others who will benetit from its use will come to our aid and subscribe money or labor in proportion to your ability. It can be built for very little money, but it will take lotfs of work. For those of my name who live in this good section I will say: we stand ready and anxious to furnish engine power to crush the stone for this four miles of road tree of charge if it is necessary. Or engine power for grading or hauling or both. Further, Mr. R. S. Bandy, who owns a farm along the way and who also owns two traction engines, has very generously placed these at my command if needed in the construction ot the pike. You, therefore, see that with this engine power we could, In a few days, do the grading, and could then crush the stone faster than it could be put on the road and with P. I engine power to do the rolling we would soon have a piko. And it would soon extend to Custer and other points. Leaving Irvington we go South i miles, intercepting the road that comes in from Garfield, Rosetta and up the creek points at R. S. Bandy's farm. This road is a great feeder of the proposed pike, its numerous branches bringing travel from a large section. We therefore, expect much aid from this territory; continuing South miles we reach Hardinsburg and Salt River road; thence, on said road Hast mile to Bewleyville Advantages of this route are briefly. Most direct, short st, least grade, best roadbed, accommodates tour times as many county people, acomniodates both rural routes from or into Irvington. Lays a mighty temptation on the county to aid some at least on Hardinsburg and Salt River division and lastly we can get the wherewith. am promised a little aid outside cf section and district aud this four mile of road can be built easily if we determine to do it. Then we are in our part, f500. 00 worth of work to start the thing and that much more to finish it if nothing less will do. Our section Is in the clutches of a severe drouth, but my crop of wheat and corn is both larger and better than has been grown on this farm in 40 years. I want the pike, and I9I2 will be rather a leisure year to me and I would like to devote the spare time to observations "down the pike.'' Let us build it. Start now; yours truly, Dr. 3 Breck-enridg- e 1 The Aftermath of being a spendthrift is rather unpleasant. It usually means poverty to the man who throws his money away wastefully. Better let us take care of it for you in the vaults of this bank We pay interest on time deposits. FIRST STATE BANK, :- -: Irvinrton. Kv. d about the time required by the "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a usual treatment by applying Chambersuccess if you use Lewisport BEST lain's Liniment. It is an antiseptic aud causes such injuries to heal without maflour.'' turation. This liniment als.) relieve soreAn ordinary case of diarrhoea can, as ness of the muscles and rheumatic pains. For sale by ell dealers. a rnle, be cured by a single dose of ChamColic, Cholera and Diarrhoea berlain's Remedy. This remedy has no superior for bowel complaints. For sale by all NOTICE. dealers. days. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN & SON Granite and Marble LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Decker and family, of French Lick, I nil., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dutschke and Mrs. Lewis, of Ammons, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dutschke We have many subscribers who can afford to take the News one year, who are subscribing for it every three months. We wish all who can conveniently give us yearly subscriution. would do so, as it is quite a little work to change the dates so often and frequently you miss copies of the paper. Thanking you for favoring us in this way, I am, Respectfully, John D. Babbage. Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT. KY. Home Merchants Must Advertise For Mail-Order- s. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.Gus Dutschke, of visiting Mrs. Ida Nottinge W. Foote. Mrs. Jack Gun Club Organized. A gun club has been organized at Winfied Henury says that he is the best shot in Breckenridge county and challenges any man in the contest. T0BINSP0RT Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thrasher and son, Roy, are here visitirg relatives. Wincbell, Ratio of Hardinsburg. visited his uncle, Q. W. Winchell, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Winchell and daughter, Kuth, of Tyrone, Okla. , arc here visiting relatives. ham Sunday. Dave Noble, who has been in Califorville Wednesday. nia for the past ten months, returned Mr. and Mrs Frank Sanders purchas ed a new piano last week from Arthur home last Friday. Roy Philpot, of Brandenburg, was Clark, of Evunsvilie. Dr. Richard Anderson and wife re- the guest of Sam Brown last Saturday turned home Sunday after visiting re- and Sunday. Mrs. Bateman, of French Lick, Ind., latives here. Miss Marienna Hemphill, of Canuel-to- n, is here to spend the fall and winter returned home Sunday after spend- witn her daughter, Mrs. A. M Hardin. ing several days with Naomi Simons. Mrs Annie SheJIman, of Holt, was Hartley returned to Evans- Irvington. . liuv it now. Now l ttlf tlm. ,.. k.... m v....v ... . bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Itisalmost certain to be needed before tbesumuiti is over. This remedy lies no suDeruir- Vn 1 by sll dealers. 11 In every community there is a certain element who miht well be called mailorder fiends. They am wer advertisements fortcatch-penu- y merchandise, give an utter stranger the chance for profit and tnereby throw sand into the eyes of the local merchant. When you examine goods across a local counter and know what you are buying there is little for you to be Even in the case of dealing with reliable houses by mail, it is well to first consider the reliability of a local concern and give them a chance to at least compete. Middlesboro News-Recorhood-winke- As a ruls, man's a fool. When it's hot, he want's it cool, When t's cool, he wants it hot; Always wanting what it's not; Never liking what he's got. I maintain, as a rule, Man's a fool. Our lives are songs, God writes the words, And the song grows g lad. or sweet or aad As we choose to f aslnou the measure; We must write the music, whatever the song, Whatever its rhyme or meter, And if it is sad, we can make it glad, Or if sweet, we can make it sweet. 1 . Clean up that back yard now! THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAOF. SONS' PUBLISHING CO. any MoegratS farm snd ju-- t as fertile. The land in that valley i jut We are glad to ee as good as any land if it in rightly taken care of. It will Bros, t iking the lead in redeeming their land. the Adkis-o- n pay them an hundred fold. The Democrat- - got their heads together at the convention last week and adopted one of the be-- t platforms the party has had in twenty year .. If is safe, ane and progressive and just what the pen And now let them get their hearts together and shoulder pie want. SJ shoulder, with their good right hand extended to all fellow Demo rats and all men in general, and with McCrearv and his splendid ticket we will march to a glorious victory in November. -( -- Our Clothing and AHKgoinsr likego-hot cskes. them Shoes EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT. KY WEDNE8DAT, AUG 23. 1911 cents for - ple are finding it out. the price Our cash system Do you know whRt is right and the peo- It is aid that dudge O'Kear is about to drop under the heavy weight of his platform endorsement of Willson's administration and If he CARDS Off THANKS over RfffJkM charged for at the rate of the declaration that Senator Bradley's title is without taint. 10 cent- - jier line. he will don't drop now he will in November, M far out of sight that OBITl'ARIKS charped for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money nocr be heard of again. in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plea-- e Charlie Bush, of the Ohio Valley Tie Company, sold last wetk notify us. one million ties. We wish it bad been two million. There is nothing too good or too big for Charlie Bush. AMD THE KID TEAM MR. WEATHERHOLT The business man who uses hum stationery makes the same Marion Woathorholt should be given I vote of thanks from, at as the pretty woman who wears false teeth. least, ten mothers and fathers of this town. He has taken charge of eleven toys that is, he is taking time from his business to see to it Tomorrow is the last dav of Our County Fair. that the bovs are given some clean, wholesome amusement. He has organized a baseball team for them, manages and directs their plans Congress has adjourned. Mr. Weatherholt has taken the "Kid Team" to and arrangements. Hawesville and Irvington, and whenever a game is called on their home diamond he is the first man there to see the youngsters play their best. Friday the team went to Irvington. No town could boast I.ITTI.K STOMF.S WRITTKN of a better eleven: they are healthy, neat dressers and are boys who have respect and thought for others. They tip their caps and try to We tru-- t do nothing that would cause their parents disappointment. HY LOUISE that when the enson is over, that the "Kid Team'" will stick together, orjnniM dab, meet through the winter months and take hold of porta and amusements that will develope them into splendid, active, Not lontf ago there was a girl named their big yard when they lived in St.. e young men. School will soon open and may they realize Dorothy P. CsilllS who ended her Rose Court. When Miss Harris was a the importance of going every day, having all the fun they can and life in New York and left B note pin- little girl her mother pointed out to making good with their studies. "The boyhood shows the man as ned to her night gown explaining why her the spiders of different colors and She wrote: "My now she does not think so much of the morning hows the day" and we believe these boys have the she killed herself. picking at me, so I their poison fangs. Spider webs which people are always rirht sort of stuff in ihem that it takes to make honest men men that will give them a chance to pick at they spin to protect their eggs and entrap their prey, are the best kind of are worthy of American citizenship. They are: some one else.'Halbert Perkins people sometimes fly traps. Walter Weisenberg Haven't yo.i known Virgil Uoulds to get started to picking on one girl in Kliner HofHus ooo a community until they pick the very Merle Morrison ,Iese Hall The latest fad now cf Louisville girls life out of her soul and body? Perhaps Forrest Weatherholt J, I). Morrison is a "hope chest". Many keep their she is a woman. A story abcut her, no Addis Kramer Carlo Mattingly from the fingers busy embroidering towels and falls more than a Forrest Moorman lips of someone, another picks it up, everything beautiful for a linen chest n. Subscription Trice $1.0 a year in dvan p. BUSINrS LOCALS 10 cent- - per line, unci ONE PRICE TO ALL and that the lowest, we find is our winnintr card. The peor Ic arc finding it out. too. Thev rind they can save from N to 50 per cent under this new system of doing business in Glen Dean. If you havent called on us, do ho, it will pay you. 5 onr-- Wilson, Owen & Company Casti rVf erchants Glen Dean, Ky. N. 4DJ Bigger and Better Than Ever While The Press Thvmders NINTH ANNUAL -- Kentucky State ...LOUISVILLE... I'LL BE THERE i THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-O- N COLLISION SATURDAY- prog.-essiv- i - -- SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911.' a OP - WILL YOU? snow-flak- e, adds to it till finally it gets as big as a We dropped in on Manager .las. (i. Harris, of the Webster big snow ball that children roll and roll winter. It freezes Stone Co. at his big new plant, near Irvington. lat Saturday. This while at play in the socially and friends the woman to death is one of the biggest things in the line of a rock crusher we ever MW. for a time shut their hearts and doors It- - capacity is 1000 tons of crushed stone per day or lifty car loads. in her face. 15ut after all, when the It will require force of 100 men to operate it and a locomotive busy sun shines, no matter how great is the to handle the cars. It is equipped with a two hundred horse power snow ball it melts. The same is true with Personal Picking, personal talk as if their wedding might take place in the early fall or following winter. In Floral Hall at the Breckenridge Fair this week Miss Addie Fairleigh has on exhibition some exquisite pieces from what she calls her "hopeless MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue (vrite to jo) PERRY M. SHY. Secretary, chest." 000 team engine nd two 360 ateem boilers. Three railroad tracks run into the plant to handle the cam. Mr. Harris aaya he has spent $18,-00and the plant is not near completed yet. Next to the Railroad Shope in this city, this plant will be the biggest in the county. We congratulate Mr. Harris and his hoard of director! on the splendid work thev have accomplished. We hope it will prove a gold mine to them and while it is benefitting them the larger benefit will go to the community. 0 that frequently starts about the domestic or business affairs of men and women. The joy in doing what you dislike, is doing the job well, so well that no one can excel you. Is there a Dorothy in your town? In your home or your neighborhood whom The fellow who has always been tied people pick on through jealousy or to his mother's apron string, should through misunderstanding? uot have any trouble in getting a girl merely Look for the sunshine for her instead to tie up with him. of a snow-Hake- . In honor of their mother's birthday the children of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox held a family reunion at the old homestead near Irvington Friday. Besides The house of representatives has failed to pass the free list bill the seven daughters, Mrs. R. M. Hardaway, of St. Louis; Mrs. P. W. over i he president's veto, the vote being 22ti to 187. The two-third- s Foote, Mrs. Rod Foote, Mrs. Will majority necest ary thus was not realized. Tat't's veto of this measure Jolly, Mrs. Thos. E. Ditto, Mrs. Sue ha- - proved his insincerity in the matter of his interest in behalf of Jolly, Mrs. H. C. Cain and one son, VV. the farmer. He claims that his reciprocity measure will give the L. Cox; there were twenty two grandfanners the desired relief, but it will never do it. When the Repub- children and two You fellow- - who have been blaming Beckham for all the troubles of the Democratic party in Kentucky, and we confess to being one of the fellows, should have heard him present the platform of principle-t- o We never had a greater inspiration. the Democratic Convention. It was like a good Methodist sermon, to our ears. Mr. Beckham is a Courageous young Democrat, with convictions. He is not afraid to stand up and declare them regardless of higher powers who differ with him. If he has done any thing in the past hurtful to the party or to any man in it, let us forget it. Democrats have been fighting among Let US all get together themselves long enough. It is time to quit. for the platform anil the ticket and elect it. New moon tonight. See it clear, then Did you ever notice a spider partic- look for good luck. ularly? Miss Jennie Mabel Harris, of Louisville, was telling Friday how her TDK PRESS HAS STOPPKD! mother used to watch the spiders in ooo ooo s Mrs. Cox Celebrates Birthday present. SBH Mrs. Cox before her marriage in I856 was Miss Klizabeth Clarkson, daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Thos. Clark-so- n of Meade county. She was seventy one years old Friday. She is proud of mi A ox&m mac I , r - (J . her age, still prouder of her children and husband, and the grand and great grand children make her heart beat with both joy and pride. man, Louisville. Sixth District All meh can MAKE Money, but few men know how to invest money. When you make money vou depend only upon YOURSELF: when you invest No man serves others as well as money you must depend upon OTHERS. he serves himself. That's why putting your money into something you can't WATCH is almost always unprofitable that is if you wish more than a 4 per cent return. Beware of schemes. lican minority defeated the passage of the farmers' free list bill over the president's veto, it put the party on record as opposed to any genuine relief for the agricultural classes and that party will be held responsible in the next national election for its failure to miko good Owensboro any of its pi omi-e- s to the farmers of this country. T. S. D. Rouse, Coving- Farmers who are interested in the building of the Irvington and Custer like should read Dr. Foote's circular published in this Lssufv Dr. Foote and R. S. Randy are going after the road in the right way. If all the laud holders along that road will contribute in propotion to Suppo-- c Ihaas men the toad will he built. a farmer contributes a Yours Respectfully, vention. dolhi! an acre to that road, it will increa-- c the value of his land at D. H. Severs. least B5 an acre. And taking it from the standpoint of an invest- Cloverport, Ky., August 14th lill. ment, it is better than putting your money in the bank or in governThe Campaign Committee. His plan j ment bonds. We like the spirit of Dr. Foote's circular. right plan. the Road Master, Sam Stites, of the Hender-o- n Route, is doing a lot of work this summer getting his road ready for the winter. He is now at work on the hill just above Skillman, cleaning off the ujider-bfua- i and trees and cutting drains to lead the water from the big pond-o- n top of the hill. These ponds, he says, keep pouring the down the hill side and it is almost impossible to keep the road water bed in tact. Water, he says, is the greatest thing wo have to contend with and we are sending lots of money to get rid of it. The Hender-on Route will go into winter with its track in splendid shape. ton. Seventh District J. Waller Rodes, On the solicitation of several friends Lexington. and after consulting with a good many Eighth District J. A. Sullivan, Democrats of the county, I have con- Richmond. cluded to announce myself as a candiNinth District T. D. Slattery, date for Representative of Breckenridge county in the Lower House of the Tenth District J. C. C. Mayo, next General Assembly of Kentucky, Paintsville. subject to the action of the Democratic Eleventh District V. P. Smith, party of Breckenridge county in con- Somerset. Mays-vill- Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay THE BANK OF i interest on Time Deposits. & TRUST HARDINSBURG CO., :: Hardinsburg, Ky. e. 15he The Adkis.-o- n Rros. are doing something on their fBrm ju-- t above Lodiburg, that every farmer along the Hender-o- n Route should do. Cutting the brush and bushes and tilling up the ruts and washed places. If they keep this up they will soon have a place as pretty as The selection of Gen. Castleman gives especial gratification to the Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county, who recognize in him a leader who can "make good." He enjoys the confidence and respect of all DemoThe personnel of the Democratic crats in the Fifth district and with him in State Campaign Committee was today in charge of the campaign here, Demoof only feed announced by R. H. Vansant, chairman crats expect to break former records. from will sow all of the committee, who, together with Louisville Times. Senator James B. McCreary, the nomiDo you use an atomizer in treating nee for Governor, and Judge J. A. SulNasal Catarrh? If so you will apprecilivan, vice chairman of the Campaign Committee, made the selections. The ate Ely's Liquid Cream Balm, the quickest and surest remedy for this disease. members are: P. Smith, In all Curative properties it is identiFirst District Denny um mm cal with the solid Cream Balm, which Cadiz. is so famous and so successful in overSecond District C. E. Sugg, Hencoming Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in derson. Mrs. Bowmer Better Baby Sister. is District J. R. Mallory, Elk-to- the head. There relief in the first dash Third of spray upon the heated sensitive Mr. W. H. Bowmer is very much The little girl who arrived at the All druggists 75c, including improved after a critical attack of home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve WiUon Fourth District W. C. Montgomery, last week. She wan taken sudden- August 3, has been named spraying tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., Marion Elixabethtown. ly last Thursday and a trained nurse 56 Warren St., New York. Gladys Wilson. Fifth District Gen. John B. Castle- was called from Louisville. American Grain J J Disk Whea,t Drills Surpassed any on the market It deposits the grain the furrow, and the the grain the bottom each cup that & McGlottian Ky. Son Irvington, ill-m- I J i k Reliable Remedy boat party on the "David M ", Fridav evening in honor of the Miter Fair- - Mm. Royd McKangbn And daughter. Miss Katie, are spending a few weeks CATARRH cigh. Order your engraved cards from the News office. Prices one dollar up for Ely's Cream Balm lift v with brass plate. It quick r ahirhd Mrs. English has returned home Ma ReMvt al One. KtotlMa, It from the south after a visit to her ami liroter-tf- l daughter, Mrs. McKwen. tbe dinpnopii nn'iii- J. H. Galloway, of Roff, was at Clan hmnn r"ultim tram Catarrh and rlrivr wny M 'M in thaHaad avlckly. Rpstir ean last week trading with Wilson. nm Sim II. Full Mzo thn H. ix. "I 'I Si Co. , the new cash store. LlqoM Owen Rt Dreggtota or by mail, 5o Mrs. F.d English and attractive litOrPRin Bulm for DM in nl miz rs 75 ets. Ely Btoi ban, M Warren Btnet, New York. tle daughter, returned home with Mrs. I'.nglish last week from Tennessee. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED fOR FOREIGN The morning trains meet now at ADVERTISING BY THE Sample. The west bound trains arrive here at 10:16 a.m., instead of 11 a.m. Miss Helen Hawkins and Hubert Hawkins, of Owensboro, were guests GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO at Judge Waggoner's homeon the pike. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Fred D. Ferry, purchasing agent for the Henderson Route, left Monday to Breckenrtdge News. join his wife who is visiting in Virginia. Hogs were I5 cents lower on the Louisville market Monday. Buyers refused 23, 1911 WEDNESDAY, AUG. to buy grassy half fat hogs at any Ii'-al- rlaa, h, i 2 at Sturgis. Archie McKAughan is visiting his grand-parent- s at Trov. T.rrail baking success Is maranteed if you use Lewiaport HEST Flour". I Henderson Route Notes 300 Cloverport to Lonisvillc and re ami for trains I4l and turn Oct. J of 17th, good to return Oct. 2.1. I Join Ky. and return, Sfpt. 22, 1 and for trains before due to arrive in Lexington $5. 6." Cloverport 000 Lexington. to 0 0 0 s, it . 24. PU1-- A man or woman In rh locality. To th Supiatno ConnrH of this aooUiy and Intmrlwn our MrrtefU Ortlnoat Mul mons frleii'l anil aciualntanroa. H nl fiO yaara of 'live be all nr only s.:ir tlrno We pay oaah han- Injuria, aecldnnt ami nn for slrkni-ssry. Can rlttntlis. Kxrlnre not n (( tr.o 05 to 2IR 00 a month and up. mnk from . profa-lonnd Manly profltabl A plpaaant Kvitv inpmhPr aacurad rnaana a rpitaln aurail Income for you pvery month thereafter, Why not et Into btial-nfor leilTSeM NOW? No capital nead-p.- l Send f"r particulars. Wairvts. rM FJEB US WANTED htwn a. . there in p school on Here's a list t f artirlo Umt every srhool child will nrerl, unci no resoon why they should not be equipped when thry enter 86 price. BOX LA 293. COVINGTON. KY. H. &. St L. Effective Aug. M, L. train No. Ill which is now due at Camera For Sale Cloverport at eleven o'clock, a. m. will LB HW View Camera. Foil I A, with lena. two extra holders. Will be due to arrive at 10:46. a. m .leaving aell !. O. Hrahitmlt. Cloverfor half price. Louisville at 8:57 a. m. , and arriving port. Kyat Evansvillc at 1:15 p. m., and at St. Shrop&hiredown Sheep for Sale Louis at 7:20 p. m. herd mastered and REGISTERED lamlm: MrIi irrade yearling 000 Imcks; irritderwra -- W. A. STlTH. Huston. fJIIH 3. Cloverport to Louisville and re Ky. l.u.-k: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Iead Pencils Slate Pencils Pen Holders Pen Points ( 'rayons Ink' 5, 1911 The pennies and dimes you save in their purchase here soon nmonnt to dollars and in our annual school sales we've saved many a dollar for the parent of this community. School Slates Peacil I?oxe Kulors Pencil Sharpeners Pencil Tablets Ink Tablets School Sponges School Scissors School Thimbles LOCAL BREVITIES Business good in this town. Dr. McDonald went to Kirk Monday. j Mist Mary Jarboe and Mr. Donaldturn Sept. 2, 3, 4; good returning Sept. son, of Bowling (ireen, were guests of S, Ml, Account of Elk's aviation her parentr, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe meet. Sunday. 000 Mrs. Mary Lewis, of Maytville, was f.L Cloverport to Louisville and rethe guest of Mrs. Robert Pterce last turn, Sept. 9 to 16 inclusive; good to reweek after a delightful stay at Tar turn Sept. 20. Account Kentucky For Sale MM) arrrs tine -FOB BALI InAlH)utSpring Valley; fertile land Hlir part of tlie Hen (' t'larkaon farm, owned by Mrs. II. II. KelDMf SDd Mrs. A. M. llarnaway, of Mlnot. .N.I). Will aell as a whole or In two parts. Terms reasonable for further Information call on or uddreaii. HEN C. CI.A HIk spring. Ky. 11 Ul-O- Tape Measuios Composition Hook Fountain Pens Bt New Line of Hijfh School Tablets for Pencil or Ink. ure to jfet one of them Springs. State Fair. Paul Lewis went to Iryington Saturday. Sam Brown was in Louisville last week. town Friday. Lodi-bur- g Miss Llllle McGlothlan was at Monday. Chas. Jackson was home from Louisville Sunday. John F. Jarboe is spending his vacation in the west. George Jolly, of near Hardinsburg, was here Monday. Harvey Wilson is expected home from St. Louis soon. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McCoy returned from Union Star Sunday. Joseph O'Bryan, of Leavensworth, was in Union Star Sunday. Miss Clara Dyer is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harris at Philpot. The Rev. Mr. Lewis has returned home from Athens, (la. Misses Margaret, Edith and Isabelle Burn were in Louisville Monday. For Sale BOB lAItl Deeds, Mortgages and allklmls Mrs. Lida Sebastin and daughters, Claycomb Bros, are receiving and Hreckenrldge News. of legal blanks. Mrs. Clint Reid went to Louisville Miss Sebastin and Mrs. Freeman, of putt'ng up their stock of hardware on Cloverport. Ky. Friday. Shrevesport, La., are the guests of Mr. Main street. This is quite an addition For Sale Scholarship to our town and we wish them success. Sterrett Jarboe has gone east for sev- and Mrs. A. R. Fisher. in the Howling DOR eral days. Thos. Compton, Forrest Claycomb, Oreen I'tiiveralty. good In any depart Miss Jennie Mabel Harris, who has ment of that University. Hreckenrldge News, coal man, was in been the guest of Misses Ree and Mar- Glen Ilendrick and Herbert Haddock Cloverport, Ky. W. E. Monical, Mrs. Frank Fraize and Miss Jennie Warfleld were called home from Atlantic City last week on account of the illness of Mr. Fraize. WEBSTER Continued from Page For Sale SALE A 15 horse power stationery lias Engine; Watklns make. In good repair. Breckinridge News. Cloverport. Ky Clllt 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. . ' SAl.E-Scholar- thlp tha Willis and the Misses Planl-turned to her home in Louisville day. , re- Fri- James Boling was taken to his home in Irvington from Dr. Simons' office Monday. The amputation of his leg was successful and he is improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone leave Saturday for Bloomfield to visit Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henkle. They will visbefore it other parts of the blue-gras- s returning home. spent last week down on Sinking creek camping and squirrel hunting. They all report a good time and seed ticks and squirrels plentiful. Victor Orendorf and Payton Claycomb were in West View Sunday the guests of Miss Essie Matthews. Earl Bohler, of Cloverport, spent Sunday with Frank Hendrick. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. r Toilet Articles, Face Powder, SEE HERE!! wi aa a rr m Talcum Powder, and Creams c Wanted to freight, timber, lumber, hay, grain, in fact any thing to freight by barges. Leave your order at SawFrom yer's store, he has the barges, boat and men to do the work. PLENTYOFPROOF. is always vague. There like NOW, especially so if time you are ever going to save. Open up the account. Start it with a couple of dollars and you will become 0 steady is no "Tomorrow" People You Know-Fr- om Cloverport Citizens. AT COST GIBSON & SONj depositor. Liberal Interest Paid. Clint Hook and daughter, M iss Flora, of Redlands, California arrived Monday to spend a month visiting his old home will be Daisy Beavin died Sunday morning. at Hardinsburg. Everybody glad to see Clint back home again. He leaves a wife and grown children. Says he is doing fine in California and Miss Louise Tucker, of Richmond, his wife who has of Mrs. James Cord-re- the climate is line for Va., is the guest entirely recovered her health Bread baking success is guaranteed Albert Marshall, of Iivington, sold if you u?e Lewispoit BEST Flour. Vx Robertson his fine saddle mare for y. The greatest skrptic can hardly fail be convinced in the face of evidence like this. It is impossible to produce better uroof of merit than the testimony of residents of Cloverport: of people who can be seen at any time. Read the to following case of it: Bank of Cloverport, $150. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Blain, of returned from Louisville Steph-enspor- t, Mon- day. Miss Lila Carr, of ElizabethtowD, has been the guest of Mrs. J. Procter Keith. Train No. 142 went into Louisville Monday with nearly OOO passengers aboard. Mrs. Hoftious Behen and daughter, Marion, have returned home from Owensboro. Jno. T. Ditto, of Decatur, HI., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Bab-bag- e last week. Mrs. H. V. Duncan is visiting her son. Editor David Duncan, at his home in Brandenburg. J. D. Jackson, of Tar Fork, was in town Friday and renewed his subscription to the News. . Misses Florence and Addie Fairleigh left Monday for Owensboro to visit Mrs. Mary Wathen. Mrs. Allen Kingsburry leaves next week for Sweet Sulphur Springs, Ind., J. C. Weatherholt, High St., Cloverport, Ky., says: "Two years ago I did not think it possible that I could aver be well again, in fact, had settled up my affairs. I cannot describe the misSTLPHENSPORT ery I endured from pains through my back and whenever I stooped, they bed Rev. Jarboe returned from came so sharp that it really felt as if Friday. someone were thrusting a knife into my was often very dizzy, dark Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith attended kidneys. the camp meeting at Kingswood Satur- spots Moated before my eyes and had day and Sunday. to grasp something to keep from fallShepherd will begin a ing. My joints became swollen to twice Rev. Chas. meeting at the Baptist church the first their natural size and lost weight rapidly until I was a mere skeleton. The Sunday in September. doctors' medicines or the many guarMr. and Mrs. Owen May, of Lexingcures that I tried did not help ton, are guests of relatives here this anteed I Kings-wooI 1 The Old Apple Tree I am In the market for an unlimited quantity of old apple tree butts; will receive them in 11113' (iinntity delivered on railroad or river. For prices and specifications call on or write C. A. TINIUS, : Stephen-sport- , Parties Wishing to Build! If You Want Building Material of any Kind Ky. Call on Gregory & Co. If You do not know Just How you want to Build COMMISSIONER'S SALE week. Hewitt Dix returned Friday from Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Morgan and children spent a few days in Cloverport last week. Dr. Nevitt, of Brandenburg, was in town one day last week. Miss Emma Bryant has returned from Cannelton. Miss Esther Payne and Emery French attended a house party last week given by Miss May Bandy at Irvington. spend several days. Miss Julia Staples, of Owensboro, to Oelze has returned was the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Paulman Miss Mary Owen home from Louisville where she visit- Uut week. and Miss Jessie ed Miss Elizabeth Wood. Dan Matheney Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bauer have gone Ramsey were married in Henderson west on a pleasure trip to Denver, Salt the 14th. Lake and other points. Miss Marion Dix is very ill with Eva and Kdith Plank gave a typhoid fever. Misses me and finally it was my good fortune to hear about Doan's Kidney Pills. I BreCKenridye Circuit Court Kentucky. ) immediately procured a box at Fisher's C. R. Mattinfly, PlaintilT equity no Drug Store and I was greatly surprised llenjamin again HouchensStC.,Delt. ) I had by tha results received. Before By virture of a judgement and order taken the contents of the second box, of sale of Hreckenrldge Circuit Court, there was a marked improvement and rendered at May term thereof) It'll, in the above cause, for the sum of live I continued using them until I was comhundred dollars, (fsOO.OO). pletely cured. I am now as well as any at the rate of 6 per centwith interest per annum man in this county and I give Doan's from the first day of March, loll, until Kidney Pills the credit." paid, and all costs herein, shall proPrice 50 ceed to offer for sale at the Court For sale by all dealers. House door in Hardinsburg, to the highFoster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, est bidder, at I'ublic Auction, on Moncents. New York, sole agents for the United day the 2Hth day ot August, l'.Hii at one o'clock p. m. . or thereabout (being States. Court (lay), upon a credit of six Remember the name Doan's and County the following described propermonths no other. take A certain tract or parcel of ty land situated in Breckenridge county Louisville Evening Post Kentucky,on the Cloverport and Howland Breckenridge News ing Green Hoad one and one half miles one year 3 5O. North of the Falls of Ruu'h, and is further known as the Frank Tuttle farm. Beginning at a post oak John Do Kskridge N. E. corner; thence S. 2" poles to a black oak and gum on a C 1 : Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to know just what your Building will Cost Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to make your building the most convenient for the least money Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to know just how to build your Save Time and Trouble house to Call on Gregory & Co. $3.50 We Neat Job Work Office Near v be had DepOt-lnform- atlon THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 : small branch, thence N. 57, K. 101 poles to a stone; thence N. 39 W. 8'i poles to .a white oak on a ridge: the DM S. 6', ''' poles to a black oak with pointers on a hill side;thence S. 4 W. to a white oak stump near the State in regard to prices of material can - at the Bank of Cloverport OUR RECORD 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never wealed a check. 3 road; thence S. 20 K. 7AM poles to a stone with pointers, to the begining. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and LMn retained to affect of a judgment. secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to complv promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost 71"). 03. Lee Walls, Commission- - RURAL TELEPHONES f If so, call on the the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph manager of Company and have him explain the Hcial "Farmers Line" rate. Mr. tarmer, are you interested ""notice 1 An absolutely Sale Place to do EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. Please do not ask us to send you the News without pitying for.itj cash in advance. John D. Babbit k. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Incorporated. COMPANY Clean up that back yard now! ffheltase of By ANNA the Whispering KATHARINE GREEN B. tut Cnpynnh. 191 ftalhtrlna Rshll Pines be myself till hear "It all came about through yon." he went on. "Yon fold me of the fellow vou saw riding away from the Whls oerlng Pines nt the time you entered he grounds. I passed the story on to :he coroner and he to a New York de tectlve they had put on this case. lie and Arthur's own surly nature did the 1 CHAPTEH KA!fKLAOn RX8I-ME- XIV. UTS STOBT. neveral dnys I had been 111. were merciful days to me I wns far too weak for thought. Then there came a period of conscious rest, then renewed Interest In life and my own fnte and reputation What had happened during this Interval? 1 had n cm fused memory of having seen Clifton's fare .it my bedside, hut rds hud passed I was sure that no between us. When would he come again? When should I hear about Car-mand whether she were yet alive 111 fill J dead, like her sister? I or mU'ht read the pnpers. Imt tliey had been carefully kept from me. Not one was In sight. The nurse would undoubtedly give me the Information I desired; but. kind as she liml been, I dreaded to consult a stranger about matters which Involved my very existence and every remaining hope. I would risk one question, but no more. I would ask about the Inquest Had It been hold? If she said yes nh, If she said yes! I should know that Carniel was dead, and the news, coming thus, would kill me. So I nsked nothing and was lying in a sufficiently feverish eondtUofl when the doctor came In. saw my state and. thinking to cheer me up. remnrked blandly: "You are well enough this morning to hear good news. Do you recognize tbe room you are In?" "I'm In the hospital, am I not?" You are In one of Mr. "Hardly. O'llagen's own rooms." (Mr. O'Hagen was the head keeper.) "You are detained now simply as a witness." I was struck to the heart, terrified In an instant. What has hap"What? Why? pened?" t questioned rapidly, half starting up. then falling back on my pillow under his astonished eye "Nothing." he parried, seeing his mistake and resorting to the soothing process. "Send for Mr. Clifton," I said. "lie's my friend; I can better boar" "Ilere he is." said the doctor as the door softly opened under the nurse's careful hand. With I gesture to the nurse (lie doctor tiptoed out. muttering to Clifton as he passed some word of warning Tbe nurse folor casual lllBlllH'lloil lowed, and Clifton, ronton forward, took a sent at my side. He was cheerful, but not too cheerful, and the air of Blight constraint wliieh tinged his manner us much 'as It did mine did not escape me. "Tell me why they have withdrawn their suspicions. I've heard nothing, don't unread nothing, for days. derstand this move." "You "You're stanch." he began. have my regard. Klwood. Not many men would have stood the racket and sacrificed themselves as you have done. The fact is recognzed now, and your motive" I must have turned very white, fur he studied and sprang to his feet, searching for some restorative. "Perhaps i had better wait till 'to morrow before I satisfy your curiosity." said he. "And leave me to Imagine all sorts of horrors? No! Tell me at once. Is Is has anything happened at the Cumberlands'?" "Yes What you feared has happened. No. no; Cartnel Is not dead. She Is holding her own just holding It but that is something in one so young and naturally healthy." could see lhat I bathed hltn. It could not be helped. I did not dare to litter the question with which my whole soul was full. I could only look my entreaty lie misunderstood it, as was natural eiioii'.'h "She does not know yet what is In store for her." were his words, and I could only lie still and look at him helplessly. ""When she comes to her self she will have to be told, but you will lie on your feet then and will be allowed, no doubt, to soften the blow for her by your comfort and counsel. The fact that It must have been you If not he- ""lle:" I iid I shout It. or wus the shout simply in my own mind? "Yes Arthur Mis guilt has not been proved; he lias not even been remand ed; the sister's case Is too pitiful and Coroner 1'elTy too soft hearted where any of that funilly Is involved Hut Do one doubts his guilt, nud he does not deny It himself. You know probably no one better that he ruuuot very consistently do this In face of the evidence, accumulated against him. evidence stronger iu tuuuy regards than tbut accumulated against yourself." Arthur! A booby and a boor, but cer talnly not the slayer of his sister, uu less 1 hud been woefully mistaken In all that had taken place lu that clubhouse previous to Uiy entrance into it ou that fatal night As caught Cltftou's eye fixed) upou me I said: "Don't speak of me. I'm not thinking of myself. You peak of evidence. What cnkIcim ' Don't you aee lhat I Give me detail sua Uurntnir with curiusllv? I shan't FOR lay. I cringed where work. The person who drove out of the clubhouse grounds while I stood In the clubhouse hall was Cnrmel. and the clew I had given. Instead of baffling and confusing them, had led dl rectly to Arthur. Seeing nothing peculiar or. nt all events, giving no evidence of having noted anything pecnllnr In my move ment Clifton went evenly on. pouring Into my astonished ears the whole long story of the detective's Investigations. Instinctively I did not feel as certain of Arthur's guilt as Clifton d!d. I knew Arthur even better than 1 did his sisters. He was as full of faults and as lacking In amiable and reliable traits as any fellow of my acquaintance. But he had not the inherent He snap which makes for crime. lacked the vigor which God forgive me the thought lay back of Carmel's I This was my softer characteristics. The episode of the ring confused me. could make nothing out of It, could not connect it witli what 1 myself knew of the confused experiences of that night. Put I could recall the dinner and the sullen aspect, not unmixed with awe, with which this boy contemplated his sister when his own glass fell. from his nerveless fingers. My own heart was not In the business it was on the elopement I had planned but I could not help seeing what I have Just mentioned, and It recurred to me now with fatal distinctness. The awe was as great as the sullenness. Did that offer a good foundation for had no crime? I disliked Arthur. use for the boy, and I wished with all my heart to detect guilt In his actions rather than la those of the woman I loved, but I could not forget that tinge of awe on features too heavy to mirror very readily the nicer feelings of the human soul. It would come up. nnd under the Influence of this impression 1 said: "Are you sure lhat he made no denial of this crime? That does not seem like Arlhur. guilty or Innocent." "He made none In my presence, nnd I was In the coroner's office when the ring was produced from Its secret hiding place and set down before him. There was no open accusation made, but he must have, understood the silence of all presac-He ent. I 1 k ' 1 no w I ed ged 1 1 some days ago. when confronted with the botin found tle road, Cuthbert that he had taken both it and u not her from the clubhouse just before the storm began to rage that night." "The hour; the very hour!" muttered. AKE YOU Itntl HE "He entered MAOI NO iitMAl!" and left by that upper hall window, or so he says, but he Is not to be believed in till his statements. Some of his declarations we know to be fulse." "Which ones? Give me a specimen, 0 ha rile. Mention MHnttblng he has said that you know to be false." "Well. It is hard to accuse a man of u direct lie. But he cannot be telling the truth when he says that he crossed the links immediately to Cuthbert road. bus cutting out the ride home of which we have such extraordinary proof." Under the fear of betraying my thoughts hurriedly closed my eyes. 1 was in un extraordinary posltiou myself. What NNMd falsehood to them struck me as the absolute truth. Carniel hail been (he one to go home; he, wlihout doubt, had crossed the links As this conviction peneas In' said trated deeply and yet more deeply Into my mind I shrunk inexpressibly from the renewed mental struggle Into which It plunged me. To have suffered myself -- to have fallen under the ban of suspicion and t he disgrace of arrest had certainly been hard, but It was nothing to beholding another lu the same plight through my own rash and 111 advised attempt to better my position and funnel's by what I had considered a totally harmless siibtcr fuge. Forced by doubt to open my eyes, I met Clifton's full look turned watch fully on me. Tbe result was calm lng. Even to my apprehensive gaze It My betrayed no new eullghlenment. struggle hud been ull within. No token of It had re. n lied him. This be showed still more plainly when he spoke. if 1 1 The "There will he a close alftlnp of erl- qnestlon wns on every tongue Yon will not crisis of her dlsense wns sppronching. dence at the lnrptet. hours would and the next twenty-fouenloy this, tmt the situation, hard n It may prove, has certainly Improved decide her fnte. and In consequence That my own. If not her brother Arthur's so fnr ns you are concerned the suspense of As I contemplated honld hasten your convalescence." hours I revolted "Poor Arthur!" Hirst from my Hps, thee twenty-fouand the cry was echoed in my heart mndly for the first time against the "What sort of man would you Hptfcf restrictions of my prison. 1 wanted him out t he when yon nrrne him air. movement, the rush Into dnnger, of robbing the wine vault on top of which my horse or my automobile might nfTord anything which would 1 murderous MMVJH on his sister?" It argues n brute, but drng my thoughts from thnt sick room "1 know. nnd the anticipated stir of thnt lovely he- ""Arthur Cnmlierland Is selfish, unre- form Into conscious life nnd suffering. Clifton told me no one wns allowed sponsive nnd hard, hut he Is not n In the sick room but the nurse and I'm disposed to give him th brute benefit of my good opinion to this ex the doctor. Kven Arthur wns denied admission nnd was wearing himself I ennnot Itellcve he flrt tent, Charlie poisoned and then choked thnt noble out In his own room, as I was wearing myself out here. In restless inactivity. woman." Clifton drew himself np In his tnrn. He expected her to sink nnd never to sfonlhmen' bnttllng with renewed recover consciousness and was loud In his expressions of rebellion ngnlnst distrust. the men who dared to keep him from h or yon. Rnnelngh!" he ex "Klfher when her life was tremclaimed firmly. "There Is no third her bedside bling In the balance. Rut the nurse person This yon must realize " had hopes, and so hnd the doctor. As Was Arthur In the clubhouse when for Carmel's looks, they were greatly first stepped Into It? It was just ptis changed, but Iteautlful still In spite slble. 1 had been led to prevnrlcate a of the cruel senr left by her fall gateI entered the lower to the moment ngnlnst the burning bars of her slaway, nnd he may have done the same ter's grate. No delirium disturbed the as to the hour he left by the upper hall rigid Immobility In which slie now Iny. window. Whatever his denials on this I could await her nwnkenlng with was convinced thnt quiet confidence In the Justice of God. or any sublect. he knew ns well ns I that Cartnel had Thus Clifton. In his Ignorance. been In the bu ldlng with her sister The day wns a bleak one. and the nnd wns Involved more or less person evening hours were no better. The ' ally In the crime committed there hnnds on my wntch crawled. When Might It not be simply ns his acces the door finally opened It enme as a sory after the fad? if only I could be shock. I knew that It was Clifton lieve this! who entered, but I could not meet his Rut she had gone in disguise to tbe eye. I dug my nails Into both my pnlms Whispering Pines, nnd she had returned home In the same suspicious nnd wnlted for his first word. When It enme I felt my spirits go down, fashion. down. I had thought them nt their The wearing of her brother Arthur's hat and coat over her own womanly lowest ebb before. He hesltnted nnd garments was no freak. There had 1 started up: "Tell me." I cried "Carmel Is dead!" been purpose in It a purpose which "Not dead." snld he, "but silly. Her secrecy. demanded That Adelaide testimony Is no more to be relied upon should have accompanied her under these CirCO BMta DCM was a mystery. than that of any other wandering as a tn.vs mind." Hut then the whole affair tcrv. totally out of keeping In all its CHAPTER XV. details with the characters of these women, save and what a fearful ex "BREAK IN THE GLASS.'" ception I here mak- e- the awful end was some time before I learn which, alas, bespoke the fiery rush and ed the particulars of Carmel's Impulse to destroy which marked Car awakening. It had occurred at mel's unbridled rages. sunset. With the exception of Of a less emotional altack she would the doctor and possibly the uurse, he as Incapable as any other good only those Interested In her ns a witwoman. Poison she would never use. ness In the most perplexing ense on It's presence there was due to anoth- the police annals were grouped in sier's forethought, another's determina- lent watchfulness ubout the room of tion. Put the poison had not killed. mystery. as all great It came suddenly, Roth glasses had been emptied, but alt. those glasses! What explanation changes come. One moment her lids had the police now for those two were down, her face calm, her whole repose; emptied glasses? They had hitherto figure quiet in Its statue-liksupposed me to be the second person the next her big violet eves had flashwho bad joined Adelaide in this totally ed open upon the world, and lips and limbs were moving feebly but ceruncharacteristic drinking. Knowing nothing of Cnrmel having tainly in their suddenly recovered She murmured, half petubeen on the scene, they must ascribe freedom. this act either to Arthur or to me, lantly: "Wh do you look at me so? Oh. and when they came to dwell upon What's the this point more particularly they must remember, I remember! cannot move as I used to see the Improbability of her drinking matter.' do. 1 feel- - feel- "with him under any circumstances. "You have hewn ill." came soothingly Then their thoughts would recur to me, and I should find myself again a sus- from the do tor "You have been in pect. The monstrous suggestion that bed many days. Now you are better Arthur had brought the liquor there and will soon be well. This is your himself, had poured it out and forced nurse." He snld nothing of the others, her to drink it. poison and all. out of who were an placed behind screens as revenge lor her action at tne dinner to be Invisible to her. She continued to gaze first at ore table a short time before, did not occur to mo then, but If It had there then at the other. As she did so the were the three glasses he would not flush faded and gave way to an bring three, nor would Adelaide, nor, anxious, troubled expression not just as I saw it. would Carmel. the expression anticipated by thosi Chaos however one looked at It. who believed that with returning conchaos! Only one fact was clear that sciousness would come returning memCarmel knew the whole story and ory of the mysterious scene which had might communicate the same if ever takeu place between herself und her her brain cleared and she could be sister or between her sister and her brought to reveal the mysteries of that brother prior to Adelaide's departure hour. for the Whispering Plues. "Vou have the same kind look for Did I really desire such a consummation? Only God could tell. I only me as always," were her next words know that the fear and expectation of us her glance finally settled on the such an outcome made my anguish for doctor. "Put hers bring me the mir"Let me see with ror!" she cried. the next two weeks. WouJd she live? Would she die? The my own eyes what I have now to expect from every one who looks at me. I want to know before I,ila comes Is she Why, lsu't she here? in. wlth-wi- th" Then in the shrill tones which will not be denied she demanded again. "The mirror!" Nurse Cnwin bronchi it. Carmel was still for a long time, during which the nurse carried Off the glass. causes heartburn, sour "I I don't like It," Carmel acknowlstomach, nervousness, edged quaintly to the doctor ns he nausea, impure blood, and leaned over her with compassionate more trouble than many vvoids. "I shall have to get acquaintdifferent kinds of diseases. ed with myself all over again. And so I have been ill! I shouldn't have The food you eat ferments thought u little burn like that would in your stomach, and the How Adelaido must make me ill. poisons it forms are abhave worried!" sorbed into your whole "Adelaide is-- is not well herself. It system, causing many disdistressed her to have been out when tressing symptoms. At the you fell. Don't you remember lhat she first sign of indigestion, try went out that nightV" J62 "Did she? She was right. Adelaide She has must have every pleasure. r 1 nrops nnfl go to sleep again." "1 "1 can't take It." she protested forget now why. but I can't take any thing more from a glass. I've promTake It away. ised not to. I think It makes me feel queer. Where Adelaide?" Rhe Her memory was defective. could not seem to take In whnt the doctor told her. Put he tried her again. Once more he spoke of Illness aa the cause of Adelaide's absence. while he Her attention wandered spoke of It. "How It did hurt!" she cried "But I didn't think much nlout It. I thought Next moment her voice only of rose In a shriek, thin, but impetuous, and Imbued with a note of excited feeling which made every person there start. "There should be two!" she cried. "Two! Why Is there only one?" This sounded like raving. The doctor's face took on a look of concern, and the nurse stirred uneasily. "One Is not enough! That Is why Why does Adelaide Is not satisfied. she not come and love and Comfort me. as I expected her to? Tell her It Is not too late yet, not too late yet, not too late" The doctor's hand was on her forehead. "Host." came In Dr. Carpenter's most soothing tones "rest, my little Car mel; forget everything and rest." He thought he knew tho significance of her revolt from the glass he had offered her. She remembered the scene at the ( drnberland dinner table on thnt fatal night and shrank from anything that reminded her of It. Ordering the medicine put in a cup. he offered it to her again, and she drank it without question. As she (piloted under its Influence tlie disappointed listeners, now tiptoeing carefully from the room, heard her murmur in final appeal: "Cannot Adelaide spare one minute from from her company downstairs to Wish me health and kiss me good 1 DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Hours: Dr. Owen's Office. Main Dentist Street to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m ( Invrrpnrt, K . 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Kven after Dr. Carpenter, with Infinite precautions, revealed to her the truth- - not that Adelaide had been murdered, but that Adelaide had passed a way during the period of her own illness Carmel gave but one cry of grief, then immediately burst forth in her old complaint that Adelaide neglected her. She had lost her happiness and hope and Adelaide would not apart her nn hour. This II pit lOB when I heard of It conv inced me. as I believe it did some Others, that her act of self denial In not humoring my whim and flying from home and dntr that night had made a stronger Impression on her mind than all that en tot after. Tills She never nsked for Arthur. may have grieved film; lint, according to my faithful friend and attorney, it appeared to have the contrary effect aud to bring him positive relief. When it was borne iu ou him, as It wns soon to be borne iu ou all, that her mind was not what it was he grew noticeably more cheerful and less suspicious in his manner. With this new shock of Carmel's inability to explain her own part iu the tragedy and thus release my testimony and make Bit a man again in my own eyes I lost t!u- sustaining power which had previously held me up. 1 became apathetic, uo longer counting the hours and thankful when they passed. Arthur had not been urrested, but he or allowed others to see that he understood the reason for the surveillance uuder which he was now strictly kepi. Of the inquest, which was held In due course. 1 shall not suy much. Only one new fact was elicited by Its means, and that of interest solely as making clear how there came to be evidences of poison in Adelaide's stotn-ucWit hoot the quantity being greut enough for more than u temporary disn 1 h Livery, Feed AND IT Sale Stable The Traveling Mens' Choice Located near Depot e Stephensport, :: Ky. I Live Horses, New Ri I I Trunk Wagon per day Horse and Buggy " 1 50 50 Allen R. 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SABEL ft SONS some of the contents hud escaped. lightened at the mishap, she had filled the vial up with water and put it. thus diluted, back on the shelf. No one had noticed the difference, and or she had forgotten all about the matter Prom her description, many jxioplo are now using until now. there must have been very little of Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic the dangerous drug left in the vial and the Jury rendered the noncommit- The new toilet germicide powder to be dissolved in water an needed. tal verdict: Fur nil toilet und hygienic uses it Is "Death by strangulation ut the hands better and more economical. of some person unknown." To cleanse and whiten the evidence, I had ex pei ted this. The teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. pointing as It did in two opposing directions, presented a problem which To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease germs, and a coroner's Jury could hardly be expurify the breath. pected to solve. I was allowed oue keep artificial teeth and "WHY ISM T SHI HEKK?" half hour of freedom; then I Tobridge work clean, odorless sweet 1 must be tbe of To remove was detained to await the action earned her good times. nicotine from the teeth and one to stay home now and look after the grand Jury, and so was Arthur. purify the breath after smoking. 1 dou't When 1 was informed of this latter To eradicate perspiration aud body things and learn to be useful. odors by sponge bathing. expo t anything different. Call Ade- fact I made a solemn vow to myself. laide and let me tell bur how how It was this: If It fails to my lot to be The best antiseptic wash Known. Indicted for this murderous offense I Relieves aud strengthens tired, weak, bulislicd 1 am." lullumcili ex. II ail - m .1 e rout .wounds "But she's ill. She cannot come. will continue to keep my owu counsel. and cuts, '."i and 50 cts. a ox. druggists Walt till tomorrow, dear child, ttest But if Ijweane and a tcu hill should by mail iiohtpaid. Sample Free. Is what you ueed now. Take these few THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,0osTOM,Msas Contined on Page Seven thing lie second girl, had some- 1WOOL DESanoRJRJ WE BUY flit, IfJ4 1 Antiseptics Peroxide Instead of Liquid 1 i 4iMlhiMli ! ii I ' ... i The House of the Whispering a farther down you will come across second cm motion of the like ehnr " Pines By ANNA KATHARINE Copyright. tx WO, GREEN by Ann Rohlf Kthrln found again! Arthur thn win I follow my hpitor inntlnct nnd reveal wlmt I linve hitherto i t roneealcd. pvimi If tho nrni(nt of t bo betrayal rlrlvo me to self destruction nfterwnrd. fnr t ne longer rliertalMa' the anMlleat doulit Hint to f'nrntel'K sudden rage, and to I but alone, the denth of Ade lalde wai due. My re.ison for this rt:iii,'0 from troubled to absolute conviction enn he It dated from the Mail explained. Inquest nnd will liest nppenr In the Matton ol an Interview I held with my attorney, rbarlea Clifton, very snon after my second Incarceration. We bad discussed the situation till seemed lo be nothing left to dis- i cuss. understand bin, and he thought be underatood me. Me believed Arthur guilty and credited me with the aame conviction. Thus only could he ex pin In my Incnnc elvnhle retii-encon rertnln points he was very well nssured I could muke le.ir If 1 would. That he was Dot the only mini who had drawn these same conclusions from my attitude both before and during the Inquest troubled me greatly and deeply disturbed my conscience. I introduced the topic thus: "You remember the detached sentences taken down by the nurse during the period of 'armel's unconsciousness. They were regarded as senseless ravings, nnd such they doubtless were, but there was one of them which attracted my attention nnd of which I should like an explanation. I wish I had that woman's little book here. 1 ahould like to read for myself those aeter "Yes; he:e It I. it was while the ubiquitous Sweetwater was mousing about the room." "Head the very words he heard. T Humor me hnve a reason. Clifton for this once." " 'ertalnly-n- o She bjM trouble. this time: 'Hreak It open! llreak the glass nnd look In. Her heart should heart!' Horbe there her heart-h- er rible, but yon Insisted. Uanelagh." "I thought I heard that word glass," I muttered, more to myself than to him. Then with n choking fear of giving away my thought, but unable to rcst the opportunity of settling my . I asked. "Was there glass own In the casket lid?" "No: there never Is" To be continued he mnv have thought there "Itui A well known Des Moines womm after was." I auggeated hastily. Then before be could reply, "What do you uffcrinx misembly for two days from think tin; nurse ine.ini by a -- lolent bowel complaint, was cured bv one '1 c change In her pMlient?" ol CliMtnbrlain's Colic, Cholera and lie roused up, I suppose "Why. I) an hoea Remedy. For sale by all deamoved or made some wild or feverish ler. gesture." "That Is what. I should like to know. Embroidery Ideas. Is the detective, Sweetwater, still in fe-irs- town?" "I believe so; came tip quest, but goes bac k tonlgln. See fr the In- Mb, Clifton. Ask him to re- aome of them to you if you will give me an idea as to which ones you wandering utterances." "You can," was the unexpected nnd welcome reply. "I took them nil down In shorthand as they fell from Dr. Perry's Hps. I have not bad time since to transcribe them, but I can read want." "Read the first what she snid on the day of the funeral. I do not think the rest matter very much." Clifton took n paper from her pocket and after only n short delay read out these words, among others: "December the 5th. At 3:40 p. m.. as the services neared their close, a violent change took place In her appearance, and she uttered In shrill tones those astonishing words which horrified all below and made us feel that she had a clairvoyant knowledge Of the closing of the casket then taking place. " 'Break it open, break it open, and see if her heart is there!' " "Pause there." I said. "That is what I mean. It was not the only time she Uttered that err. If you will glance know. (Jet him to talk nbout it. You can, nnd without rousing his suspicion, keen II they all say he is. And when In talks listen and remember what he says. Hut don't ask questions. Do this for me, Clifton. Some day I may be able lo explain my recpiest, but not now." "I'm at your service." he replied, but he looked hurt at being thus set to work In the dark, nnd I dared say nothing to ease the situation. He came In again toward evening, pud this was what he told me: "I have seen Sweetwater nnd was more fortunate in my Interview than I expected. He talked freely and In the course of the conversation described the very occurrence in which you are so interested. Carmel hnd been lying quietly previous to this outbreak, but suddenly started into feverish life nnd, raising herself up In her bed. pointed straight before her nnd uttered the words we have repented. That's all there was to it, and I don't see, for my part, what you have gained by a repetition of the same or why you lay so much stress upon her gesture. What she said was the thing, though even that Is immaterial from a legal point of view, which is the only view of nny Importance to yon or to me at this late this scene, lie was present, you glass!" I knew her room. I hnd been taken In there once by Adelaide, as a sequence to a long conversation nbout Carmel, shortly after her first return from school. Adelaide wished to show me the cabinet on the wall, the cabinet nt which Carmel undoubtedly pointed, if her bod stood as it stood then. It wns not quite full nt that time. It did not contain Adelaide's heart among juncture." Soon after this Clifton left me nnd could think out my hideous thought undisturbed. Carmel had pointed straight before her, shouting out. "Rreak in the 1 Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business f If you do von may find just what you need in this department. If you are inr,6ri-eiu any of the following proprieties write us tit once for owuer'i name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at one telling u what you want and where you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you d are looking for. Do You .I We recommend the following propsrties and fair in price. as being productive want cash J l. Want to Sell your farm or business? If yoo for your property, send price and description at one j l ' u 3 ,i conducted solely for the purpose of enabling This department buyers and sellers of farmsor business proprieties to make quick u ea is -- Jno. D. Babbage 1U. Mn ou. In. lex tn tbe oihar ; at aoraa Hardlnsburg; 1S4 scree lo.1 mile, from 100 acres from railroad. cated J :iiK acres 3 inlleamile from lohoOl1 miles from Harned; H mile of Klngswood3 4 near Sample ; one Co.iege. lus 1 e "crmf near Harned. II room fcouse barn, excellent school. Nfi O rwo tracts-1- 00 acre lu one and acre!. IIU. O mile of public cliool, IrhflOl Kood land. Will twin! llurdlns-lll)lis acre :t rultrs east r tiurtr. I miles north of of Harned. A tulle from Kkrou. Meade 1 res located oil the rallroaJ Nft ' If) from good barn 7 and crib, reasonably good house; well w.iter- d. outlet on every side. Portion of II. L. . Kurt farm. Price 13.000 Yt mile of cnnrcn and school, good bulldlniit and fences, good orchard and water: 10 acres In timlier, 10 acre Hue white oaks. Price O Hint i:rass: p!. my of tin. in lasting surlnir, good dwelling, i rooni nut and hen house, teuant house two hall, meat rooms, tonaceo barn, stable and corn crib. 300 yards from Mcyuady and school house. Price 11. 4i0. Kasy terms. Mrs. fJ 4tw acres noml land near Hasin IIU. spring, lire. keiirldye couuly, one .us In the county of the best avi u'i acres mlleJtoutli of Kocuvule, good land. 4 room dwelling Pltl. tenant bouse and necessary outbuildings. house and church In 3oO yards. Price Icbooi 1, IM cash. j I acres. 3 miles from Kirk, dw. ll iy I'lOs O inn h, M,.ry ti rooms aO' porch, good well, small tenant house, good barn and and stable. KOod orchard. 1 IIU. is.i er Iiiiht. Twofarms Lit aeiws, UUaoraai botboD the.river. good unpro apple trees just lu prime of life. Oood school, 3 churches, boat landing. acres, an level No 12 JOOd bam;food land cleared, laud. all well located; 3 miles from Irvington. Price 13.300 Min lyiug iu a No I 1 "" m dwelling and bullrallajri I ' Stenanl bouses, large tobacco barn; 2Hi miles Month of Kirk. H mile from school well watered 2 springs near barn; on Uurai Koute. No II '.'.600 12-- ! ; No NO feed ."ample. Kas I ') acres. 3 level; all can id. cultivated; 100 gaod dwellings; barns, big tobicco barn; teims 3 lie tubes from o i.e-- 5 soil, watered county road, New tobacco gid teimnt laud. Price Ib an food, strong lime stone by wells and springs, ou good near good school and churches. barn colt fl.'JUd, 3 stock barns. n, 100. '"'es in He Kasi louses, line cover and grass 10 acres 2 miles frou. Oustoo, Hi 3 miles from Irvington; lays well ; goe d young orcliard; good route school house few tuuier on ruralpro ; euts; good four yards vein roolu frou bouse m dwelling with kitchen ou back porcb: two bsrus; barn and I eueut bouse ami cls-ii- .' good a tern back In the Held; easy and beu bouse; payuueuls; plenty wAodshed; will sell ou of small fruit. Kurlhr r particulars address I) Babbage, Clov erport. Ky no $3 21 watered I ing; log dwe'llug. rooms and side room gisxl stable; I tobacco barns; 3 lenaul housai Pieuty of good tltnlwr for farm purposes good laud to clear. Price '.000 casb. -' acres anC COU sXLE-- A farm containing all uuder feuce. A nice cottage cf l rooms, two cisWrns, a wailed cellar wit a store room over it two goo stock bsrnt oue teuaut bouse; about ioO appla and pac' trees, also pears. u,ulacee aud apricots; no all kinds of small fruits, including a I lc .. ... 100 acres four miies'west of viuyard of choicest graphs; 300 aero lUUt ror (ileudeane. 3 miles from branch balance lu woods. Itt satss Iu grass, sarit. groves of black locust sufUcleut for posts l 100 acres lu cultivarailroad; all tresb laud, farm tion M acres in grass; will produce tbe best wire tbe wboie 1. U lu. It lias uaar Kkro. 11. price is K.OO0 o ou L. U. It. corn, wheal and lobi .ui iu neighborhood; plenty lasting watar, wall at door of dwell loug aud easy pavmenta. L&l 1 I $2 ; Thre is a disease prevailing in tbi TIME TABLE countrv most datiKcrous because no decep Corrected to Doc. 4. 1!10 tive. Many sinltlen deaths are caused Ml Ml by it heart dia. 147 146 144 42 MS 5TATIOS eaae, pneumonia, DMls ltdl.v Dally lull) llally Pally li.ll I)a4lj heart failure or 9 :i pm topni n 40 mn Lv Un lv ii i l.i arn 12 epei Ar sm STIIA W ll K K KV apoplexy are often H 43 ni1 .ji bl.sUuFK the result of kid-MfO C ft; 42 f MKliuliA f7 OH 02 13 disease. If n ii U 14 fti :i 12 0 STITO f7 02 r:, i? kidnev trouble is KAMI ION fl2 04 id oi s 21 . t s POINT t! I :i 12 it 51 allnwedtoadvancc r; f 23 IIOUAKII rn 4 rn -. thekidnev p'.isonfH 30 n si HAKTI.Ks fit 4i fli ."o KOI K IIAVI.N ed Mood will at n .ii fl 37 rn . fit 41 tV 40 f5 43 .... MiMl IIKAM II f., t.t tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of 04 hliAMU Mil HU ". 0 25 the bladder, brick-dus- t or sediment in t.' KKKON I III rn 21 It OS tne urine, head ache, back ache, lame flO 03 Ol MiiN . 4S i, p fli 13 back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousti 01 II 05 MO 43 10 13 IHVI.NOToN I 41 5 51 in :vr. ness, or the kidneys themselves break 31 flO II' WKIISTKIt r.. 12 flO 47 down and waste away cell by cell. f.. :fi flO 27 .. I.OIUHritO f5 M VSTIC fli 14 Bladder troubles almost a hwivs result no .ii Ii M flO 37 SAMPLE r: 22 no 23 from a derangement of the kkwayi and ll Js 10 44 ITRPII KMPOUT 10 14 5 14 letter health in that organ is obtained f7 02 flO 4S AHIdSoN f5 10 flO Oil f7 04 flO ,V quickest by I proper treatment of the kidIIOf.T f5 0" fin in 7K 11 00 ii - 15 LoVEKHoKT 4 57 9 54 4 57 neys. Swamp-Rocorrects inability to IHUPI hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, M ti H2 - ot IKILLMAM f9 40" 7 .17 II 4S II is and overcomes Mint unpleasant necessity at i i3 HAWI CVILI.E 9 31 4 11 f7 4S CF1KIK rj of being compelled to go often through M 3: f7 50 A HA IK f9 20 the day, a id to get jp m.inv times during h. 40 7 in LEWISIURT fli 37 9 12 f4 17 - c, tlie night. The mild and immediate effect I 4.'i WAITMA.N f Wl ru t S 5M I 14 MACEo f4 8 of Su the great kidney remedy f: M o;i r fs 24 PATES' H is soon realized. It stands the highest bent;Tcu cause of its remarkable health restoring 7 13 12 M tm ' H 1210pm fM 35 o ii" OWE.NfBoltO 3 50 3 45 I 40 COS WAV properties. A trial will convince anvoue. - r. fs 49 The derofad tmbroldanr is niwnys MATTIMH.Y 23 Sw:imp-Roo- t is pleasant to take ami is 11 31 fs S:i - 1'.. OKIKIITH looklntr out for BOTOittH, Here nre n sold by all druggists in fifty-cen- t fs r7 and ; 35 f!2 27 f XTAM.V M r3 2i few MtM for her ork .ft' 03 4C r NEWMAN n io size lottles. You ni.iv hav e a ft : in r. 10 rn n HEED fs 04 n. book that tells all Itolled cases wltll pie kets for jewel sample bottle and r; ...I If 18 HKAI.- f7 59 fti w about it, doth sent free by mail. Address, 7 is 9 Ii ry, plim, sinill toilet II Ik In, etc. n ll 7 50 HPOTTSVfLI.E nn Hi f'.' 4 a 04 7 52 HASKETT Y. r.i o7 AftarnoM hM sets, trny mnt, M Pr. Kilmer & Co., Ringhamton, N.gen!' 42 I o: 7 39 HRNDEKXOM 3 00 2 56 5 55 pa . When writing mention reading this IM 10 I : us I 10 urn EVANfVILI 2 30 rnv and serviettes embroidered o erous offer In this paper. Don't niake 10. 11)1 40 pm s 34 uni ST. I.OI s pin mutch. any mist.ike, but remember the name, Kmbroldcii'd boot covers not slip Sw and don't let a de aler sell cases, hut re illy permanent covers for vou KMIMthin in place of Swamp Root "f" Stops on Signal. Where no time ihown trains ix:not;stop. If you do yuu will be disappointed. fine books In satin and velvet. Trains I4S and 146 entry free reclining chair ctrs between Louisville and Sti I.inen nvTlidtng boxes for the guest Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pull-uiH- n room, the linen embroidered enses besleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. DYNAMITE. ing ca' able of being slipped off nnd No 1 4 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from washed. east of Cloverport. Oil Ml covers for hot milk or witter It Raised Ituctions tWors Nobal Learn No. 44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from ed to Control It. tumblers f r the Invalid, with cam Dynamtti is Qnak wotd for pow- west of Cloverport brio doilies sewed over them or en der. Ilsi hemieal nan a is ni I'O'.'lyccrin. elided ov at1 in heavy linen. Oratkaf boxes to hand around ll It was discovered lu I b ;uiory In tea. being the ordinary Ixtxes covered Paris by A. tofiMtO In 1S4T. Ho' rero escaped death a hundred times by the with silk Inside and out nnd em broidered with ribbon work. closest margin and wns never able to West Bound Between irvington and Fordsville Last Bound with Sachet sets- In moire trimmed wit li lenrn hew to handle the ribbon work nnd gold Ian nnd con- any safety. I'it-sc:.i-- , lecond Class Second Cim first Class taining every sachet from the scented About 18.".") AMNd Nobli, I Swedish No 7 No. 12 No. Ill No. 9 No. 6 No. S No. II :ont hanger" to tfi;' glove pocket. engineer, learned bow to explode the STATIONS liquid by detonatit ii. Nobel Bros, of Mixed Paaa. Paaa. areUft land's Dally Keif I'iti.y Oaiiy Dully "a''y Only "I suffered habitually from constipa BanDWI that year sent a young mnn ex-.- 1 u ; lo mintion. Doan's Regulets relieved nnd to America to introduce 4 .".am loooam ll 10in Lv IKVINOTON Ar lOlOjm lilOsa strengthened the bowels, so that they ers, lie met with no success, and a fti 4Bai USaai r 3 IS f ( 35 55 rn , IIASI.N Sl'KINO. f i. 54 ni 50 IN s 9 12 S 55 s 2 52 10 30 UAiiKIKI.il " A. K. tin can of the liquid left by him in I 7ii!' slf m SDK have been regular ever since. f 9 01 f 2 37 '' 20 9s 10 15 t 2.1 RAKNED ... fit til New York hotel when thrown Into the s7 20 I)avi9, grocer, SulpliUi- Springs, Tex. 9 31 9 Ij tills HA.It.'NcriON It i s 9 22 1 1 fl s 2 30 street wrecked the hotel, injuring s7 34 s I 4'i 15 I NSHI U Ml 51 III s s 39 s 3 04 0 10 II NCTIo.N a 9 11 si20:pm IM many and causing the nel: hborho d to s7 41 f s 30 f 1 55 10 01 f7 50 f 12 lis 10 13 f 9 03 KIKK "CROSSING THE BAR." rain glass. 57 f H 22 ft 47 10 2.S ft . M.OIAKV .... fl2 15 fllSfl IM s I 10 11 1. EN DEAN 10 43 43 s 45 sl 27 si Xt it wns known commercially at this s 10 s 1 05 s I 2s :i 3D 10 53 sl2 :v ll s s 3.1 HEMI'STEK "It Came In s Moment," Said Tenny-- . stage ns "glonion" nnd blew Bp by in- ss 2l s 23 f s 00 9 31 fS f!2 40 f s 33 1100 Itm KVAI.E 17 f 7 54 f son of His Groat Song. ri2 4 1110 VANZAMT f s 27 tfi cident a West Indies packet at Colon, IS 30 f 7 50 9 23 .44 f i 13 1120 02 50 fH3 to the thoughts, on Iminor killing fifty people nnd destroying fs 42 Parallel f 7 45 f 05 it 15 I I is fs II 30 02 .ti OAKS u 10 7 35 s I 00 11 3S 49 1 EI.I..MI It'll tuilty and the henv fter ns IJr. I.owry property worth a million dollars. Then Si I 00 7 ;iOm 12 50pm 9 05 s55prn KOKDSVILLE 1150m expressed them Is Lord AJfrad Teuny Its use was prohibited by law. It will 3 30 Ar BABL'OTOM Lv 5 45 song. "Crossing the burn nt certain temperatures if tin son's noble death liar." One of the three greatest death quantity is small. When exploded It songs ever writ ten, It comes to us ns a Instantly expands 10,000 times; the WEST HAST Between Dempster and Falls of Rnu?r. BOUND sublime prayer, a humble petition, I gases require 10,00(1 times the apace BOUND acrid belief of I great man. of the liquid. Klrst J8!S Second ,"' QUMM It was while crossing the Solent with TIMb TABLE Olasi At last Nobel learned to soothe nnd Class Class flaa CIAm hlu son Ha llaui late oue October's nft quiet the liquid by causing it to be nb T,,ls 'ri,n faU went 71 7 7. 21 29 24 16 32 31 aundty. It DQOP that the words came to the sorbed in Infusorial earth. It was this Mixed Passenger Passenger Into effect at 11 :al p Jane Passenger Passenger Mixed It. 1911, B Bind of the poet, who had Just recovpreparation that in 1808 was called Dally D lly Daily Dally ered front a siege of sickness. Ueaeh vv'.j',','7 by Nobel. When it explodes Monday. &x Except Kxi'"l,t i rld Ing his home, he nt once sat down the force plunges first downward nnd an.'U"r!!rv K STATIONS Sund:iy only Sunday Suudayj Sunday Only nnd penned the lines. Showing the then rebounds upward. Unless confinpoem 1 h'.s son. he declared, "It MIDI ed It has little lindane to lateral pres S 40 a ni 2s p m 12 3 u ni DE Ml'STEK I U a nij i2 35 p m 2 0s p m I4 pm 4" p tn 12 II p rn 15 'i iu a BMnnanl." i 112 15 p ui I 00 a rn Three years .after the sure. This is one of Its great peculiarEAI.f.s ok ROUGH birth of the lines Sir Alfred passed ities. Louisville Courier-JournaI tray, but the prayer lie uttered on t!int memorab'e afternoon remain a D Cheapest accident laavrane fitting manorial not ouly to the fiatv Thomas' K decile Od. S o,.s li e pail llsh poet lauraati. but to tbe memory of Ihose who have gone before us and and heals Ihe wound. All drvgglltl Mil t who helped to lay till foundation ol our liberal faith and liberal education A Primitive Visw of the Bullfrog In it nre blended the unfaltering trust Tbe fro,;s in Amerlra it ,mui and belief of all humanity. be observed, make a BO1 NlmUlnt The last lone man ou this terrestrial noise, some of ihem being nbanhitel; sphere wtH utter no grander words whistling, while others croak so bind when he sets sail to seas unknown by that it Is ditlicult at times to lei1 thnn those dropped as faith's anchor whether IV sound proceeds from a by the silent man of the yester nge: calf or a fro,'. I have more th in line I hope to see my Tllot face to face Evamville'i leading newi- 'THE JCURNAL-NEWS- , been deceived by lb noise when v ft When I have crossed the bar. Ing iu a meadow. These last fnets ; r; paper, will accept yearly subscriptions between "Songs Inspired by Sorrow," C.eorge calM bullfrogs. They mostly keep h the 15th of August and 15th of September for the Leon Varney, In National Magazine. pairs and are never found but ahere ridiculously lew price ol good waler. Their bodies are there Seemed to (live Him New Stomach. from four to seven inches long, and They "I suffered intensely after eating and their lege are In proportion. prodiuiou-leap-arc and take no medicine or treatment I tried seemed extremely active I'roin an Old Hook of Travels. to do any good," writes H. M. Young-pete- rs, for one year delivered at 'THE JOURNAL-NEW- S Kditor of The Sun, Lake View, your door by mail carrier for $1.25, containing all Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or Ohio. "The first few doses of Chamberwithout a scsr. Cures piles, ec the market reports, the latest news from Washington, lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gave burns me surprising relief and the second bot- zema, salt rheum, any itching. Dmn's political happenin?s of the hour, besides its other clever tle seemed to give uie a new stomach Ointment. Your druggist sells it. and interesting feature! such as "Tad's" famoui carand perfectly good health. " For sale by all dealers. toons, the Bettye Brown page for women and an Wanted Mo Fsvorit'. Editorial page that stands for something. She- - I will have no smoking; in t 'ti A Wonderful Painting. Do ynii understand I He Ten In the Wiert. gallery iu Itrussels is house. a wonderful palming, dating from the please extend tills prohibition to tic tinie of Waterloo, called "Napo'eon Iu Hot hi Baltimore American. Hell." It represents the great marshal Get the BEST newspaper in Southern Indiana for $1.25 Vessels large may venture more, er with folded anus and face unmoved a year for your daily reading this winter. keep near shore descending slowly to the land of the little bofcti ihould franklin. shades lielore him. filling all the background of the picture with every Send a Money Order or Cash to the CirculaNOTICE expression of countenance, are the tion Department M sent before him by tile unbridle. Please do not ask t's to publish card ambition of Napoleon. Three millions of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free uud seventy thousand there were in ail S so history tells us more than half of IfMLHANIA. EVANiVILLE, Laughter And Tears. They are not all them Frenchmen i'bey are only shown in the picture, Mated at. And behind the million Laughter aud Tears met one day In a shown or hinted ut are the millions ou shady lane. The sunshine and shade millions of men who niighi li.ne been pleasantly there, and the uud are mn the huge widening w .L mingled .'vi they went on together thru the better climb t lie feuce into the dark the possible descendants of the men breath of the woods was strong in the wooil uud walk thru the dead leaves." twinkling shine and shadow, and of each Who fell In battle. air, as was also the fragrance of the "Why don't you climb the other felt better for the company of the clover field near by. But the lane was Head all too narrow to allow both to pass, for fence," said Teurs, softly, "and run other. Peel languid, weak, And that is why it is that when you ache? Stomach "off"? Just a plain case Laughter was boistiruus and romped alon thru the clover in the MMklMf meet Laughter you are almost sure to IJlood hitters tones about so much that he took up a deal of I am sure you'd like it better." of lazy liver. liurdock liver and stomach, promotes digestion, room: while Tears seemed to be half "Well, rejoined Laughter, pleasantly, tind Tears not far away. purifies the blood. "I'm sure 1 don't want to quarrel with blind aud could scarcely see her way. Louisville Evening Host She said in a voice like the song of a ao gentle a maiden, and so, as we don't and Breckeuridge News "N0TICE. night-bird- : "Why don't you let me seem able to ugree about the path, one year 3 5O. Please do not aak us to send you the pass? This is my path." suppose I turn about aud go with you?" News without paying for it . ash in "No, replied Laughter, this lane is "That would be very pleasant, inDo John V. Babbage. said Tears, "for I am lonely, " uiiae, aud I'm in a hurry, ao ycu'd deed,' tho other lirokcn toys which Carmel hurl destroyed with hr own hnnd nnd foot In her moment nt frenzied pii slnn. Adelnkle hnd kept them all. locked behind rIiim nnd In full view of the child's pyo nlpht nnd dny, that the Mlnime of those past destructive moments might gnN ber from their repetition noil help Iter to understand her temper nnd herself. I could not 6nvM ber (rullt nfter this. Whntever wnco her forgetfulness had hrouplit. wliatecr Innocent longing after Adelaide. Hie wild cry of those first few hours, ore yet the Impressions of her awful experience hnd succumbed to dlsense. revealed her secret nnd liove tin workings of her conscience It had not lcen MftofMood by other. It hnd passed ns nn awesome episode The Cause of Many Sudden Death3. Louisville, Henderson & lit St. Louis Ry. i mm ot l 111 4.-- . I r- amp-Roo- t, n f- : one-dolla- 411 H amp-Rout, -- 1 1 HartfordLine I lty cx-S- t, It-- u-- e I - 1 1 I till) I i 1 l. 'it Grab This Tremendous Newspaper Bargain! $1.25. i- s THINK OF IT! ACT IMMEDIATELY 1 THE JOURNAL-NEW- J run-dow- n? $3.50 We ad-vau- Neat Job Work ...LUUILJH UIMIPI I IU MUM I ll Great Ten Per Cent Reduction! t j We will sell, as long as they last at ten per cent off, all our stock ot Buggies, Surries, and Runabouts. Also at the same reduction all of our Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Screen Doors and Windows and Screen Wire, Lawn Mowers, Lawn S wings'and Lawn Settees. We are agents for Hoosler, Empire and Superior Grain Drills. A full line of Owensboro and Studebaker Wagons at prices to suit all. Drop in and tell us your wants and see if we can't supply them in a satisfactory way IRVINGTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. Incorporated IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY J THE KENTUCKY 'POSSUM From Calloway County Gazette Col. Arch Pool, once a noted coon that constitutes the "chief d'oeuvre" and 'possum hunter in the wilds of this of the African hunter's camp and reanil Marshall counties, now a brilliant quires a day or two of careful cooking editorial editiou writer on the Courier before it may be served with credit to .Journal, and surpassed only by the one the artist of the veldt who prepares it, and only Watteison as a deft manipulIt eclipses diamond back, terrapin, celerator of the press pencil, pays the fol- y-fed duck. turkey stuffed with chest- lowing tribute to the 'oossum, that noble bird which vet dwells and multiplies and replenishes in the cre.ek bottoms and on the "bHrrens" of Western Kentucky: The Kentucky 'possum in the pawpaw season, when the yellow fruit of tree is tumbling in its the paw-paripeness and mellowness into a bed of brown leaves upon the Moor of the for rest, and when every clear night brings a heavy white frost tha transforms the air into iced campagne and purges all flesh ol impurties and grossnos, takes rank with nightingales' tongues, flavored with the music of the 'oulbul'o sen suous songs and prized by eastern prinIt eclipses the buffalo hump that ces. formed the "'piece de restince" of the prarie table in the days before buffalo running in the West exterminated the noble herds of animals yjfmk the Indians beleived rightly enough, were provided by the Great Spirit asfood for man. The Kentucky opossum is the peer of the roasted elephant's foot nuts and all of the other notable dishes upon which restaurants depend for fame and with which they tickle the palate of the jaded bon vivant of the boulevards which has been teased with cocktails and condiments until it has lost the finer susceptibilities of that of the hunter who lives in the open. The Kentucky 'possum had its greatest vogue when the wood lire with a "backlog" against the chimney and piles ofglowing embers on the hearth had not been supplanted by the modern range. In those days a longiegged iron oven with embers piled beneath it aud upon its lid war. presided over by a cook whocould regulate the heat above and below with as much precision as an electrician turns on a current of a higher or lower vol tage, and apply it to the 'possum with the faultlessness of touch with which a skilled pianist strikes the keys and produces. from an instrument of wood and metal the matchless music of Miss Viola Lewis, recently graduated from the University of Chicago and of the State College at Lexington and the High School in Louisville, has been en gaged to assist Prof. H. R. Kirk in the management of the Irvington College. Miss Maggie Handy, one of our home girls, will have crirge of the business depaitment. School will open about the first of September. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Blanfoid and children, of Lebanon, Ky., came last wee t to be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blanford for several weeks. J. Rosenblat, of Hartfor !, has opened up a general store in the old Jolly store house and are now ready (or business. He had his opening day Saturday which was quite a success. Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. Shorthand Bookkeeping. .TyiM-wtltln- . ... .. .. .. . . .Civil Service. .Commercial law. . . ...Arithmetic. ....Spelling. . ... Blinking, .. Rapid Calculation. Penmanship. .Commercial Geography. Reading. . Commerce. Mrs. J. B. Hemdon entertained a number of fiiends at dinner Mondav. The guest of honor ws Mrs. H. W. Hemdon, cf Bald, Okla. Fngllsb. .Grammar. . ...Punctuation. .Cse ot Adding Machine and other office devices. Xante . Address HARDINSBURG Misses Hoffman and Williamson, of Baskett, are the guests of Mrs. H. T. Driskell. Misses Annie O'Reilly and Shellie 001 nave returned from a visit to friends at Kirk. Miss Lthel Davenport, of Bowling Green, is visiting Miss Ella Ahl. M iss Kula Miller is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Hardie Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Hendrick have returned to their home after a visit to Mrs. Silas Miller, Cioverport. Misses Annie Lee Bishop and Ruth Kincheloe are at home after a visit to Miss Koote, Bewleyville. Master McCleary Mercer, of Hender son. is the guest of his grand-fathe- r, Judge Mercer. Mrs. J. H. Gardner and daughter, Miss Martha, attended the camp meet ing at Kingswood last Thursday. Miss Lillian McGutlin, of Louisville, is Miss Mary Helen Whit worth's guest. Miss Julia Maggie McGuffin is visit ing Miss Clara Heston. If you want to save money in buying Jewelry, call on T, C. Lewis, the old re liable jeweler Mr. L B. McCu'obins and MissAr.nE Kincheloe visited Mrs. A. A. Richard son, of Garfield, last week. l'rof. and Mrs. II. Y. Maxey have returned from a visit to Mays Lick. M. 15. Kincheloe is at home after spending his vacation at Benton Harbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shellman have returned from a trip to Chicago, Hen-toHarbor and other points of interest. Mr. Hubert Smith has returned from a vls.t to Garfield. Luther Board and daughter, of Texas, are the guests of Judge and Mrs. Milton Board. Mrs. Lawrence B. Graham, of Bowling Green, is visiting Mr. C. L. Beard and family. Mrs. T. W. Bowers and daughter, ot Blossburg, Ala., are the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Green beard. Miss Hannah Beard's visitors are Misses Lelia Hillsman, Li termors, and Bess I.ashbrook, Oweusboro. Little Miss Mildred Massie left for Louisville Sunday morning. Misses Anna Lae Bishop and Ruth Kiucheloeare at home after a pleasant visit to Bewleyville. Mrs. Bromine has gone to her home in Louisville after a visit to her daugh. ter. Mrs. Weston Massie. Messrs Amos Board, Wallace Brown; Misses Eliza Squires and Niram Wil-leatteuded church at Kingswood Sunday Mrs. Nancy Hudson, of Revere, Mo., is with Mrs. Charlie HesUo for a visit. Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville, la 1 n tt Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls. Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Chandler are the guests of Mrs. Will Duvall. Mrs. D. Muse, of St. Louis, spent a few days with Mrs. Will Duvall last Marvin Beard's guest. Mrs. J. C. Payne and daughter, Susie Thomas, are visiting Mrs. Mary 0 Heston. Mrs. Thos. H. Withers and mother, Mrs. Barnetts, are at home after a months visit to their old home in Vir ginia. Miss Ella Ahl entertained at a six o'clock luncheon at BearuVs Lake Sat urday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Ethel Davenport, of Bowling Green. The following were the guests: Misses Anna Kincheloe, Martha and Isabel Gardner, Rosa Lou and Meta Ditto, Hallie Brown, Maggie, Emma, Beulah and Ella Ahl, Niram Willett and Maud Smyth. All report a very pleasant eveweek. Miss Mattie Reid is Mrs. E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensboro, Ky. TAX NOTICE following places: Irvington Webster Lodiburg Stephensport Chenault i Miss Viola Lfta who has been visitIRVINGTON. ing her cousins, Mesdanies S. P. Parks ami J, M. Herndon.Uas returned to her Mtta BltobaUi Claire Jolly left Satur- home in Guston. day for BardttOWU wheie she will impend Miss Cornelle ( Iverstrert will give a ten days wilh friends. recital here the last of this mouth. Mis. J. M. Tydtnys, who lias been Mmic lovers in adjoining towns are invisiting in ttie Aly f'ir the past week, vite hs returned to Louisville. Koss and Schottufels, ot Miss Eva came down from Chicago, are spending several days at Louisville l.'st week for a two week va- "Mt. l';sgah" with Mrs. D. C. Heron. cation with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Mis, Mary Collins has returned home A. Sehiuder. after a leugthly visit in Custrr. Miss (MBit basliam, !;f Lodihui g, will Mr. Paul flager, of Chicago, spent spend the week with her auut, Mrs the wee end with his wife at the home WUkt Ater. of Mr, Nellie Marshall on Woodland Mr. aud Mrs-- J. J. Tilford, who have Ave. betn visiting their daughter, Mrs ClarMiss Hazel Richardson visited relatence Dewets in Fordsville, have returnives and friends in Louisville l ist week. ed home. Mrs. Hailey Waller, of Hopkiusville, Miss Augusta O'Britn, of Mooleyville was the guest of Miss Norn lijurd for Ky. , has arrived to spend the remainder ol the summer with her sister, Mrs. several daye of this week. Jno. R. Whiuip aud other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Witt left The seventy first birthday of Mrs. Jno, Thursday for louisville after a stay of a Cjox was celebrated with a twelve o'week wilh Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Witt. clock dinner a her beautiful country Miss Jennie Mabel Harris, 'of Louishome last Thursday. About thirty-fivville, who has been visiting in Clover- relatives and a few friends were pres port, was the guest of friends here Satent. urday. Rev. h. W. Graves, of Auburn, Ky., I planted a piece of corn and some who formerly lived here, was the guest beans ou the al of June aud ate beans 1th of August aud coru the l.ith uf Aug- of Mr. aud Mm. G. W. Bandy last wee'x. ust Johu Cox. After a protracted illness, Mrs. Martha The Rev. Clus. K Shepherd has Anne Thompson, wife of Geo. Thompfrom lii auileuburg where he son, a prominent citizen of this place, conducted a series of meetiugi at the died at her home on Thursday morn Baptist church. It is s.i i ! that it was ing. She was a good Christiau aud a one of the best revivals ever held in community, resulting in over 40 member of the Haptist church of this that city. She was forty-threyears old, and additions to the Baptist church aud 6 to is survived by a husband and five child-leu- . the Methodist. The funeral was couducted by Mr. C. C. Weyinoth and Mrs. L 11) Rev. Argarbright, at Sandy Hill and the files, ol Visa Grove, came last week to body was uttered iu the family burying be the guests of Mrs Cash for a stay of ground near by. a Week 1'iayer meeting at the Methodist Mrs. Lena Aldridge, uf Mattoon, 111., church on Wednesday evening. Lvery-bod- y aud her uiolher, Mrs. Whitwortu, of given a cordial iuvilatiou to come. Louisville, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Miller l'rauk and daughter, Alice K C. Sadeuwatei. were the week-euguests of relatives in Miss Either I'ayue, uf Stephensport, Hardllikburg. cauie last week to be the guest of Miss-e- l Mrs. Lydia A. Bsudy, alter spending Alton St. Claire aud May Handy. sometime visiting relatives in Louisville Mri. I. C. l'ayne a ad daughter, Susie aud West Poiut, returned home MonThomas, left Saturday for liardiusburg day. to spend a week with tier mother, Mrs. Mrs. R E. Turner aud sister, Mrs. Mary Healon. Nellie McClintrick, left for Louisville lira. B. B. McGlothlau has rcturued Sunday after beiug the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Cornwall. ttoui a visit in Louisville. -1 . e e . d Tax Payers of the Third and Fourth districts at the I will meet the Aug. 30 Mooleyville Fry mi re Sept. 14 Sept. Sept. 5 Sept 7 Sept Sept 12 1 11 to collect your taxes S. W. Bacssett. D. S. With a Bank Check in Your Pocket and an account in this safe, conservatively managed bank, you have the equivalent of money almost anywhere you go, without the risk of carrying actual cash in our pocket.. If you get a chance to strike a good bargain, you doojr have o siiy, "I'll give you the money this afternoon orttv BMrrOW," and give the other fellow a chance to repent. You just write a check for him on the spot and the minute, and clinch the deal and that's one of th least advantages you find in having an account at this bank. Come in and talk it over NOW. ning. Mr. Lee Walls and daughter, Linnie, spent last week in Louisville. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour." Sold by J. H. Garduer. RH0DEL1A Louise Humbert is able to be out agaiu. Mr. Spink's family is slowly Mrs. Cordie Rhode's family were the quests of Mr. Mse Kay's Tuesday. Roy O'Bryau has returned home from Louisville. Miss Georgia Murphy ami Miss Alma Watheu speiil Monday at H. ("..Vessels Homer Uarr has returned home for a recent Btuy. Gun Vesaels made his usual call Sun day. Called on Mr. Habe Adkisson Tues day night Misses Georgia Murphy and Aluiu Watheu and Messrs. Lum Khodes, Bill Itjdsou, Stanford Brushear. Austin and Roy O'Bryau aud were entertained by the Messrs. U'Bryan's music Mr. Tompsou and Mr. Louuster. of Flaherty, who have been the. uueats of Lee Rhodes, have returued home. Mr. John Mauniug called on Eula Ad- kisson Sundsy afternoou. Mrs. Nancy Drake is the guest of her sieter, Mrs. V. H. Miller this week. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Plour. THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsbur, Cashier. Ky. J. Eugene Vest, When Flying A D. SHAW, Boy, Made His Own Machine Here. George Harris told the following story to Attorney Virgil G. Babbage ' recently: Eugene Vett. who now lives in Cali- fornia, was for a long time oqe of the very successful business men of Cioverport. His father, Win. Vest, held this distinction for many years previous to his son's advent into the mercantile business, but when Eugene was a boy b bad various and sundry ideas about mechanism and things, At one time Master Jene conceived tha idea of inventing a flying machine and this was long before they reached their present stage of perfection. Jene worked on his machine for some time and when he thought he had it ready to operate he climbed upon the woodshed and called his father to see the thing go off He hadn't more tnan cleared the wood shed when the machine collided with the ground below. His father whs not disappointed at the results, but it suddenly put an end to Jane's experiments with a flying J