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The Breckenridge news: August 30, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911083001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 30, 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 BRECKENRI DGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI A FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages Dreamers SWEET LIFE Official Places. No. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1911. THOUGHT FOR EVERY Prederlck M. DAY. Steele. If von. my friend. just you and I, AGED CITIZEN Should mile instead of worry: If, as the days and moments fly Amid life's strcs and hurry, Respected And Honored Father We aim to make our thoughts more kind. Leaves His Children For Our hearts and words more tender, First Time - - Last Tribute Paid To be to others' faulte more blind. For evil good to render: To J. H. May. Then what a change would come about In all this dark world's story. MEMORIAL If thus the Christ through us shone out. FURERALAT LUCILE Revealing there his glory! The Sentinel. The funeral of J. H. May was held Dinner For Visitor. Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from The services Mr. and Mrs Weatherholt weie the Lucile Memorial. ji were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Adair, host and hostess to an all day dinner Kinging party given Thursday in honor of Mrs. pastor of the church and the The pal- Jake Bishop, of Kansas City. Among was rendered by friends. J. C. Nolle. George the guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. lbearer, were: Curt Weatherht.lt. Jesse S Baker, of Patesville. and Dr. Wm. Weatherholt, Weatherholt, Wm Ashby and Wm. Howard, of Mattingly. Je-se DEATH RELIEVES COUNTY FAIR CLOVERPORT SCHOOL Active Men. Not Needed in GREATEST OF ALL Secretary Skillman And Presi dent Beard Highly Pleased! With Success Financially And Socially TRAIN SERVICE GOOD Those who did not go to the county fair are sorry now. This year was Breckenridge county's greatest fairand everybody had a great time. It closed Thursday afternoon. The races and rings were line. The cattle show was finest ever. Nearly-al- l the exhibits of mules. hogs Hnd sheep were from home and the citizens of the county had right to be very proud of them. mormng at Mr. Mav died Thursday Alvin the home of his daughter, Mrs. he has been ill for the .Simons, where GREAT CAMP 1 last four months. Several weeks Louof MEETING his daughters, Mrs. Ike Meyer, Roth, of Mrs. G. W. isville, and their request. Martinsville, Ind.. were notified of the Louisville day was a big success. of their father and At Kingswood Writes Miss Tula serious condition Just an hand shaking day soon came to his bedside. Besides these Daniel Four Hundred Do- with the city folks and their country one other three daughters, he leaves kin. Many a fellow who had left the daughter, Mrs. Henry Solbrig. of this llars Raised For Missions-F- ine country and made good, came back but and city, and three sous, Henry, Owen still had the "country in him'1 and his MarPreaching Raymond May, one sister, Mrs. love for old Breckenridge. 111 and two garet! Herkes. of Warsaw, Fred May, President A. T. Bear.! and Secretary brothers, Chas.May, Sr., and ROAD BUILT John N. Skillman said the fair was a PRETTY Sr.. of this city. financial success. They are to be conLast winter the Breckenridge News H The grounds and grandenclose you gratulated Dear Mr. Babbage: gave a tabloid story of the life of J much ot interest some good clippings for the News. This stand were in good condition May and it contained his from the Commoner, (Bryan's paper) the clouds of dust. Any" to his friends. He had just reached you should put in. It will let the Demo-era'- s way the fair was great and the people year. seventy-fiftand Republicans see we have are looking formard to another bigger temperance men to the fore in the race and better next year. Goes To College. knows Watter-son'- s that is on. Every-onThey may were called to Brandenburg by the whiskey proclivitieseven-fo- r Miss Claudia Pate leaves this not all know of his downfall. This of death of his mother, Mrs. Mary , Nickerson, Kans., to enter college Kipling is fine: "If you can'' and The have returned home. as a day pupil. She will make her home South's contribution to the nation," Miss Sue Board, of Big Spring, and with Mr. and Mrs. Puther Meador He should go into your paper columns. is a brother of Miss Pate's mother.Mrs. We had a great camp meeting at her cousins, Misses Margaret an'. Anna Henry Pate, of this city. Kingswood, largest attendance in its Woodson, of Kansas City, Mo., were of Miss Pate is a popular member history. No gate fee. Amount f 400. 00 guests of Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan this Cloverport's younger set. She was for missionaries to Pusia collected in week. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron entertainsalutatorian of the 1H class of C. H. about fifteen minutes, "hilarious givS., and her past school days gives ing" it was in truth nearly $300.00, be- ed at a course dinner Sunday at her promise of a splendid career in college. sides was given at another time. Four beautiful country home in honor of Miss student volunteers for f jreign fields Hannah Beard and her house party. spoke. A great army of missionaries Covers were laid for the following: Return From Washington and preachers go forth from Kings-woo- d Misses Hannah Beard, Lelia Hillsman, College to bless the world. A Bess Lashbrooks, Wilda Herndon and Joel H. Pile have reMr and Mrs. beautiful road has been made by Bro. Eva McGlothlan, Messrs Arthur Beard, turned to their home in Hardiusburg. Hughes from Harned to Kingswood. Dr. Lex, Robert Lyons, Joe Piggott They spent a pleasant summer at Washnexe year and hear the fine and Harry Confff. Come ington, D. C, where Mr. Pile was Secyou will not retary to Congressman Ben Johnson. preaching and singing; Hughes and Mrs. T. C. Woolfolk and baby, who have been spending a few days with several outings regret It. Kev. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Pile took her aunt, Mrs. Allie Claycomb.have repoints of interest during wife are a great blessing to Breckento Eastern ridge county; sincerely, Tula Daniel. turned to Louisville. their stay. August 26, Hardiusburg. Richard Sipes and familv have re Thursday. turned from Walter, Okla.. where they Entertained have been visiting relatives several IRVINGTON. months, entertained Lewis Miss Florence Mrs. Sallie R. Appleton. of Louis Thursday afternoon in honor of Misses ville, will lecture to Ladies at the Bap Mattinglv. Agneta and Mary Joe Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McAfee moved tist church Wednesday at 'i o'clock Water melon was served during the into their new home Monday. Subject "The Development of Woman" afternoon and before the guests departMrs. G. O. Bailey returned last week Mrs. J. B. Herndon and son, Alfoid, cream and ed they were treated to ice visit to her mother, Mrs. Lyons, old-tim- e ago Floral Hall was crowded. There was a perfect deluge of beautiful handiwork by Breckenridge county women This committee was showered with compliments on the response given to . I g h e - More-man- cake. from a in Virginia. UNCLE BARNEY BOHLER LOOSES TEN SPOT "Uncle" Barney Bolder mtuds shoes in his cobbler shop, also sleeps there. Monday night while he was dreaming of why he was not "W. L. Douglas," two long arms slipped through his window and also slipped a "ten spot" and "some change" from his breeches hiud pocket. Uncle Barney says he knows oJ"AU Culprits be- who did the job. Miss Hannah Beard, of Hardinsburg, and her guests. Miss Bess Lashbrooks, of Owensboro, and Miss Lelia Hillsmau, of Livermore, will return to Hardinsburg tomorrow after visiting Mrs. D. C. Heron. Mr. and Mrs. Branson have returned to Baskett after a visit to Mrs. H. P, Hart. Master Herudon Met ke left Monday CARD I OF THANKS want to thank every fneiul tor the lovely kindness shown my daughUr dining her illuess and ut the end. Mre. Linnie Snyder F.mery. DROUGHT ENDED Relief Comes To Burning Corn Fields And Dry Potato PatchesFarmers Delighted The downpour of rain Monday morning brought great relief to crops and vegetation in tins section of the got a good soak As usual Cow-heand residents of that part of the ing town were In an uproar over their Blythe. flooded yards and streets. Dr. and Mrs. for Louisville. Miss Mary Alexander is in Branden burg. Miss Cornielle Overstreet, of Louis ville, arrived Tuesday for a visit to Mrs. L. H. Jolly. Mrs. H. W. Herndon and daughter, Miss Wildu Herndon, of Enid, Okla, left this week for Henderson for a visit before returning home. Kichard Hobson, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bandy, left Saturday for Roosevelt, Okla. Mrs. G. L. Brady and Miss Jessie Brady have returned from Fordsville and Horse Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hook entertained Friday evening at an informal affair in honor of Miss Wilda Herndon. Mrs. Bell Bruere.who has been spending the summer here among her relatives left Monday for St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. W J. Piggott and Mrs. Nora Board attended the funeral of Mrs. Geo. Jolly in Owensboro Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers, of Kirk, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. L. B. M 01 left last week for Hopkinsville where they will visit her daughter, Mrs. John Trice Waller. Later they will go to Nashville, Tenn., for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. I no. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tilford left last week for Dawson Springs. Miss Claire Jolly returned Tuesde.y from Bardstown where she visited friends. Misses EmM Johnston and Irene Smith, of Fordsville, and Mary Peyton, of Hardinsburg, are the guests Misses Kvu uud Mabel McGlothlan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown, of Brandenburg, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Neafus Sunday. Miss Nellie Smith left last week lor Hardinsburg for a visit to Miss Isabelle ENOS PEACEFULLY The people must put men of business and thought m official places or suffer from neglecting to do so. The demand Next Week Brings Another Year of the day h for men with ideas and Minnie Bell Snyder Ladened Of Opportunity And Victory strength to carry them out and not With Flowers For The Last men with dreams or desire to pamper Time--De- ath To Pupils. Teachers And to public favor. The people sooner or Came Sunday Inter set the errors they make anil one Parents Program Planned lesson should certainly be enough REV. MR. LEWIS OFFICATES Look wel! as to whom you give your FRIENDS TNVITED TO C. H. S. suiTerage and look ever to public wel Minnie F lib' v died Sund.-tfare and less to sentiment, which is Seems only another name for folly. Union shejist lived through the season of Next Tuesday morning at K o'clock Mowers, and when the leaves began to tow n Telegram. you will hear the old school bell ring get ready to fall she let go of this life. again. Vacation days will be over and For wpeks more than that -- nearly a SCHOOL NOTICE school days will begin. year this young girl whs in ill health The Cloverport Graded and High and her death had been expected all school opens September ". Prof Tan" The Clover) rt Graded School will open nmmer, ner is anxious tnat every child of Tuesday, Sftpt. 5, Ml, A full attendHer mime was Minnie Helle Snyder Marlon Weatherholt, school age in town will be present ance is urged and was the daughter of Mr. I, tunic Sec'y. School Board. with books, slate and pencils. Snvder Emery. Iis Snyder always The parents and friends are also inweut by her step fathers name. June vited to attend the opening. the fifteenth she was twenty-on- e years PIKE TO CUSTER of age. She was a lovely young woman with high ideals, gentle ways and a pure This Evening WILL BE THE GO sweet character. Flowers did not come to her too late. Friends of Cloverport The Kev. Mr. Frank Lewis desires and Owensboro showered them on her the presence of everyone who can con during her long illness and. never got veniently, to attend praver meeting at Irvington Has Good Meeting Sat- tired doing for this appreciative girl. the Methodist cnurcn this evening at The funeial was held from the Baptist urday Afternoo- n- Dr Foote church Monday 7:l!0 o'clock. afternoon. The Rev-MJames Lewis, of Fordsville. conductEngaged In Getting SubBuys Saw Mill ed the services, and the sermon and scriptions For Road music were beautiful. Lavender and whit- flowers c vered the white casket, Pat Keenan has moved his saw-mil- l and a large number of friends were and engine to Tar Fork. He bought it from Seaton & Weatherholt. HERON AND WILSON WORK present at the church and the grave. The were: Messrs. Wilbur II immau, Oscar Black, Vivian Tucker, HARDINSBURG Irvington, Aug. 28 (Special) En- Jas. LiSWSOH, Cris Brabandt and Charthusiasm in the Irvington-Custe- r pike ity Watt Babbage. In a comMrs. Gio. Schriber, of Hast Orange, movement is still N. J., spent last week with her sister. mittee meeting held at this place Sat Guests Of Mrs. Vest urday afternoon, reports of solicitors Mrs. P. M. Beard. Misses Willett have returned to show that the people along the route Mr. Eugene Haynes and daughter, their home in Louisville after a visit to are thoroughly in earnest and intend Mrs. Prince Davis, of Durant, Okla., building the highway. Several parties their uncle, Rev. J J. Willett. are enjoying a sight seeing trip la have subscribed thirty days labor with Mrs. Tom Richardson, of BirmingCalifornia. Thev were recently ena good team and driver. ham, Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr. lr. P. W. Foote is actively engaged tertained at the home of Mrs. Vest and sons. Messrs. John and Eugene Vest at and Mrs. Koscoe Eskridge. in scouring subscriptions for the west Misses Ruby Stone and Martha Moot- - ern division and is meeting with such .2.V West L'4th street, Los Augles, man, of Leitchneld, attended the Fair. marked success that he is planing soon Cal. Mrs. Kate Beard, of Louisville, is to begin the construction of this diFrank Fraize Out Again the guest of her many friends. vision of the highway. D C. Heron on the eastern division Miss Niram Willett entertained in honor of her cousins, Misses Willett. ot the pike, has a list of forty substan After beiug ontified to his home for tial citizens who have pledged them two weeks, Mr. Frank Fraize is again a Thursday evening. Rev. and Mrs. K.B English and son, selves with teams for, from ten to his office. Hit allay friends throughout the cuuuty will be glad to know of Everet Jr. , have gone to Stephensport thirty days labor. Beyond Bewleyviile Mr. B.S.Wilson this. to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. is tnoroughly entnused in this moveHat ve English Moorman Ditto has gone to Union ment and is meeting with great success; Baptist Association Meeting will Star where he will teach, havlngopened he insures that portion of theR.pike McReported by Mrs. B. be built. his school Monday. Glothlan. The Breckenridge county Baptist AsMack Brown is at home from Eddy-vill- e sociation will meet t S epherisport where he has been spending his Wednesday. The session will convene vacation. lowing from here are in attendance: two davs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trent were the Messrs Moorman, Bowman: Mrs. Jno. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls last D. Shaw ard Miss Meta Ditto. BASE-BALL week. Rev. E. I!. English, of Owensboro, MissOra Hendrick, of Webster, was preached at the Baptist church SunMrs. Dennie Miller's visitor during the day evening. Cloverport "Kids,"' vs. Hawesville Fair. Miss Elizabeth Baxter, of Glen Dean, '"Kids," Wednesday, Aug. ill) at FreeMr and Mrs. Heury Trent have re- was the visitor of MissHallie Brown man's ball park at , p. 111. Our invinturned to their home in Louisville after during the Fair. cible "Kids" will put up a bullv game. a visit to Mr. and 'Sirs. Lee Walls. JelT and Ed Dillon were with their Will you be there? Mesdames Dee McGill and Britt, of parents during the Fair. Louisville, were visitors in town last Last Quarterly Meeting. Miss Ella Ahl left Saturday morning week. for Seattle, Wash., to spend the winter. Mrs. Barney Squires and daughter, Clint Hook and daughter, of Next Sunday the last quarterly meetof Cloverport, were guests of Mrs. RobCal., are here for a visit to his ing of the Conference year will be held ert Hendrick during the Fair. Nther, Mr. Jubal Hook, Sr. at the Methodist church. Rev. S. J. Misses Hoffman and Williamson after Miss Ethel Davenport, after a visit to Thompson, presiding Elder, will preach a very pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ella Ahl, has returned to her home at 11 a. ra. and administer the sacraH. Driskell, have returned to their in Bowling Green. ment of the Lord's supper. home at Baskett. Secretary Jno. M. Skillrmn reDorts Mr W. J. Robertson, of (Hen Dean. that the Fair was a success financially Cloverport Kids Victorious. attended the Fair Thursday. as well as socially. Mrs. Thurman Smith and daughter. Miss Nell Smith, ot Irvington, is visn The Cloverport Kids beat the Eorena, were visitors in town during iting Miss Isabel Hendrick. Kids 4 to 3 in a game played on the Fair. "Ilread Unking success is guaranteed the ground here yesterday. It was an Mr. and Mrs. Weston Massle and if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. " exciting game and a large crowd preschildren will return to their home iu Soi.l by J. H. G miner. ent. Louisville this week after having spent . r, pall-beareRed-landCan-nelto- OPENS TUESDAY Hendrick. Mrs. T. I Ditto, of Louisville, arftl Mrs. J. M. Hardaway, of St. Louis, have returned to their respective homes after a mouth's visit to their parents, Mr and Mrs. John Cox. Miss Eva Carrigau, of Guston, has purchased a beautiful building site of Miss Emily Munford and will erect at costing once a beautiful residence . the summer here. Prof, and Mrs. Joel H. Pile after sieuding the summer in Washington City, are expected home the latter part of the week. Dr. W. A. Walker has come to move his family to Sturgis where he has lo cated. Mrs Sallie Shacklett, of Ekrou, w. the guest of Mr. Gut Brown last week. Mr. and Mrs. James, of Louisville, visited Mrs. Jubal Hook Sr , Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs J. H. Gardner eutertalned at a six o'clock dinner Friday evening. Mrs. Kate Beard, of Louisville, and Mrs. Powers and daughter, of Ala, JProf. H. Clay Smith, ot Hopkinsville, spoke at the Baptist churcn in the biLeague. te rest of the The Breckeutidge Association convenes at Stephcnsport today. The foi- Anti-Saloon Drury's Colt And Mule Show. 2nd day of September will have my annual Colt and Mule show at Bewleyviile. V . . will be shown first after which, the colts the get of Bourke Cochran. Have secured the services of W. H Barlow, of Cave City, as special judge in awarding these premiums. Joe Glasscock, of Fisher, has wired that he will be on hand for the purpose of buying suckling mule colts. wish to modestly ask that other stallion owners keep their studs at home on that day as that will be my prlvatt day. Would be pleased to have Miss Louise Babbage, Editress of The News, on hand. Chas. H. Drury. )n I 1 ANNUAL MEET -- Saturday the Of W. C. T. U. Month---Septemb- At er Hopkinsville To Next Third Twenty-Nint- h October $0000. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly spent Tuesday in Louisville. Biead btiklng is guaranteed a success if you use the Lewispjrt BF.ST Flour". ' Squirrels Plentiful emeu, Owen Whitehouse, of Mattingly, was lu town Saturday, and says squirrels He are plentiful in his neighborhood. killed nine Friday In' a few hours. who annual convention of The thirty-firs- t the Kentucky State Woman's Christ-IaTemperance Union Is hereby called to meet in Hopkinsville, Ky., Sept. 2U to Oct. 3. Committed to this organisation is the greatest work of our age. Kentucky has been transformed under the quiet insistent persistent work of the W. C. T. U. Hopkinsville n Ooo ooO I Speaker Clark's Review of INFLAM The Work of Congress Criticises President Taft For Vetoes of Tariff Reform Bills 00 o Speaker Champ Clark, tha firet Democrat to preaida ovar a houaa of represantativea in sixteen years, is decidedly of tha opinion that hie party has made a good record in tha firat congreee. aaasion of the For the first time in eixteen yeara tha Democrats have been in control of one branch of the national government. For the first time the Democrata hava had an opportunity to in'tiate legislation and control the action of one branch of the national legislature. su ri,.u mmiiIm the position by everyhedy familiar with leg- which . .. .. u. the ercond plac? of importance in tna official scale of the United States gov ernment. wri;-teIn the following signed article, Press Associafor the Amorican tion, he expresses his views of the work of the first session of the American congress in which the Democratio party has controlled the house of repMr. resentatives for sixteen years. Clark does not hesitate to criticise the president nor to bestow praise upon those insurgent Republicans who have tried to assist the Democrats in carrying out a tariff revision program. This utterance of Speaker Clark, not only on account of the official position he occupies, but also because he is one of the most prominent possibilities in tha next presidential campaign, is both interesting and important. Sixty-eecond MATiON AND PAIN Cured by Lydia Vegetable Compound. E. a long Proud of the Democracy's RecordPraise o 00 For the Insurgents Pinkham's only Mxty three majority In the their 'wenty-- t wo Insurgents stood l gun manfully mid courngeously. Ev- ery Itouiorrnt did his duty. One of the most piecing features to me of the extra session was the way the new metnlieis comported They di liaised their duty with fidelity. Industry, punetimllty and Some of them made capacity. records for new members. Not withstanding the dire prophecies of evil of the ktMi pnt press and tlie fears of timorous Democrats as to the Kmlta of the extra session. It Is now I. eei fully iidmltted on all hands that we bare itrengthenefl ourselves, paper in America ery DWWCTRtfc . - II l I.. without exception, nenriy an in independent press and some fair minded KepvMkan newspapers indorse our i ourse. 1 thein-nelve- Investigating Committees. Several of the Inquiries will ne continued during the Interval between tha trn session of adjournment of the congress nnd the convening of the tor nlar session In Itooember. Other com mlttees that have practically completed their work will make tip their re ports. One of t:ie most Important of these committees Is that Invest Igntlng tha steel trust. It Is composed as follows: Stanley. Kentucky, chairman: nan . Texas: Mttletotj. oeoruln: McOllllcuddy. Maine: York; New Sterling. IllinoisYoung. Mlchlsrnn: Pnnforth. New York, nnd Oardner C W B0HI tatiltia IK M ARION Wl THI PH01 I .1 W. PATE Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work C Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our (ft He-ill- - Ml Creston, Iowa. " I was troubled foi time with inilanimation, pains 111 bh k hMdaVOhCV and ner- my sitie, I ken so many medicines that I was disc on raped and thought I would in m vousness. had t ;i friend told me of Lydia, L J'inkham's r sret well. A I l'-- i . n Ktorcd nie tohMlthi t hnvfl Ti o more iinin mr nerves nre st rotiirer and I can 00 my o wn work. Lvdia K. I'inkliam's Vegetable Compound cured me aft r everytliiiijr else bad failed, and 1 recommend it toothi r suffering women." - Una. Wm.si.w.- - 000 W. Howard 8t, Crcstou, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited and Pennine testimonials like the above prove Democrats did not put Taft in the elllcieiicy of Lydia K. Plnknam'a He saved them the a hole. Vegetable Compound, which is made trouble. exclusively from loots and herbs. Women who suffer from those disSome III advised friends of Presi- tressing ills should not lost; night of OlBtltBg that we these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia dent Taft have been have tried to put him in a hole, but I K. PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound to said Friday, Aug. 18. in my speech restore their health. cicalas the debate oa the wool veto, If you want special advice write that instead of our trying to put him to Mrs. Pinkhnm, at Lynn, Mass. in a hole he bad saved us the trouble and had put himself in a hole. It was claimed by the standpatters 111 nun 1... n, ,.,..i.i,.f ni.iisoir t tint the hi in' "l It wool lilll was not duly considered. Is not true, ns I demonstrated in my speech by giving the dates. The members of the ways nnd means committee gave nenriy as much time to the consideration of the wool schedule atone as lie Republican members of the ways and means rommittee congressIn the Sixtieth and Slxty-llrs- t es gave to the wool schedule and the thirteen other schedules. So that asser and his stand pat tlon of the president - . . ...,...11.;.... Cdi s wnei e ine nmniniui' ci lorts preposterous and ts neth. It is simply a feeble effort to find a reason for the wool veto, for which there was no rea-m- i ovi'nt the demand of the stand- pntters. They Md they only, indorse the vetoes. Iem-Ocrat1 Vegetable nnd it Com-poun- d re. Investigating th The committee sugnr trust Is cmnposed of Mnrdwlck Georgia, chnlrman: Onrreft. Tennes see; SulJtor. New York: Jacowny. Ar knnsns: Itnker. Tallfornla: Pordnei Mlclllgan; Mnlby. New York: Madlon Kansas, nnd Hinds. Maine The committee In vest Igntlng the elo tlon of Senator I.orlmer consists af T lllln chn m. Vermont, rlmlrmnn: Oarn hie. South Pnkotn: .Innes. Wnshlnirf"n Kenyon. Pwn: .lohiiston. Alnbnrmi Fletcher, FlnrHn: Kern. Indlann. nntJ lea. Tennessee. The HHMItlttfV l"c"'lrlncr Into th tor Sle'd'ensou of Wis elect Ion of S I'o' urn. Idnlv consln N I s t rlnlrman: s- 'r'- 'd ftnHi Hrndlev - Massachusetts line. Kentiukv: Pomercne. !' i t r K '' run-dow- n'wkr. am! Estimates on Application Feel languid, weak, n' ache' Stomach "off"? 9f laajr liver, iardooa J Blood Hitter (mm and stouiarh, promotes digestion, liver purifies the blood. ut Heml a plain case Subscribe SUES FOR A 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. FORCED JAG. She will treat your letter as strictly confidential. For 20 years she has been helpititr sick women 111 this wav. i . ' roe 01 cuariie. hesitate write ut once. 1 Sunday School Teacher Wants $55,000 as Recompense. Harry J. Bohart. Presbyterian Sunday school toucher of Kansas City, has By CHAMP CLARK, Speaker of the House of called by President which convened on April 4, has been n long one. The lalxirs of the house have been ardu ous. It has made a magnificent rec- old. on which we can very well afWe tried ford to go to the country. our best to give the people some relief from the tariff barons and trusts, but President Taft blocked our efforts. Mine's the pity! Veto of the wool bill contrasted with President Taft'a speech at Winona. THE extraordinary session of .... Democrats made an honest to reduce the tariff on necessaries of life. three-fourth- The people will decide in Novem-lier- , s 1912, which Is the better cause, of the I habere that that of the Democrats or that of the American people, without regard to How lie could veto the politics, believe thai the rates of the resident. Payne Aidrlch tariff bill ought to tie reduced, especia'iy on the of life. The Democrat la both house and sonde and Hie Uopubllcan insm gents in both hottea and Hotiate tried boneatlf to redtae them, but lb pros, delft wouiu aave none oi it, aacwito. standing his solemn and fraqtMOtly In his Winona enouch from a jug to make him drunk. quoted declaration The petition relates that Bohart and speech tint the rates of the wool schedule a'-- too high and ought to be John Laughlin went to Lake City, a station on the .Missouri Pacific north reduced. ' of Kansas City, one day last fall. When they started to return they played "The only politics we found the train was late and would honwas to discharge our duty not reach Lake City until midnight. estly and keep our promises." They sought refuge in the depot from the cold while waiting for the train. The people are not fools, and they The petition alleges that the station deciding that agent will have no dilliculty in and operator informed Bohart wo bine stood their friends in all things that they expected to have a Jolly feel absolutely evening nnd brought forth a Jug of at this session, and certain that they will stand by us. whisky. Bohart. who up to that time The stand pat organ charge us with had never tasted whisky, was the first inning played politics. The only poli- to be asked lo driuk. When he re tics we played was to discbarge our fused it is alleged that the men forced duty bOMStlj nnd com iijieously and him nt the point of a revolver to swallo religiously keep our promises to the low the Manor. people, which according to my way of The Sunday school teacher claims to thinking, is the only honest and lion have 'become intoxicated and to have That's suffered a splitting headache the fol-- i orable way to play poUtica. the only sort of politics that I know lowing day. how to play the only kind I am willAd effort will be made in the suit to ing to play hold the railroad responsible on the ground that Its employees in charge of the depot were the prime movers in the affair. 1 ; Hied suit iu the circuit court asking $55,000 damages from the Missouri Pacific railroad because that company's employees forced hlui to drink whisky c West Point Brick isaasii: & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky Subscribe Now BY SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville JEvening Post Send Subscription to 04 Iwu From now until after the November Election. PERPETRATED WHITE. LIES YOU'LL HAVF TO FLOAT ME I WAIT If ANP DOUGALL DAILY PUZZLE . TO MEN ONLY. The Breckenridge News, :: Cloverport. Ky. you thi nk you ctre some superior lo a CANTr Lai 7 mils ' ust put your on wottuiti H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE What sort of an intellect goes witli a coiffure or hair delirium like this? A lovely set of imported reversible, self-curlin-o umlei-shir- t ' ' t asssrst i' en bdckiMdra tnd it . . try to tulton OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY I gaaaaal I I ( THE ONES WE HAVE TO TELL AnqnrjyiH of tfie soil of ou Inal poor iron NY fillw akrawe tin ll some of the most fertile trountl V Ifomo wnen il conies to endur HI Amcricu is being wusteJ strong arm work plus en hotel, office buildings. ance and Then some , can put it all over mere Man . cdfes and deptarlmenl IF YOU HAVE A HAIR LEFT USE 0Z0 stores. I a -- In about an hour it will down upon e rl 41 JUSTIFIED CONFESSION This bank wants your business we confess it. Gn the other hand, we know we are justified in asking your patronage. It is not always the biggest bank that gives you the trongest protection or the service The STRENGTH of a bank depends as much upon its MANAGEMENT as upon its CAPITAL. And the details of iu management fall largely upon its directors. The directors of this bank are large stockholders. It is their business to direct the affairs of the bank, making personal examinations of its business, thereby having accurate knowledge at all times of its affairs, and safeguarding the interest of every depositor MATTHIAS MILLER. President W. K. BARMS. Nice President putts will be given for -- the first sensible answer. oTTI BBBBaBBKR J. DIRECTORS D. SHAW, Cashier Asst. Cashier Z. C. HLNDKICk, Allen K. ."tn to aagajttgjM ay Aaaarlcan kincheloe, J. W. Guthrie, J. W, Teaff Glasscock Dr. Wen. L. Milner rress Alvin Y Skillman asso-taanaa Huston Alevander A. C. THE FARMERS BANK, IIAMf CLAlIl:. vvool :: Hardinsburg, NOTICE. Ky. bill, gap lgU lii Ifeg BaCt M his Winona sp. c Ii. it U ditllcult lo ills I (rgff. wlU novo; have chuko to re grot Ills veto uiesnagoM but ouce. and Unit will be a lung us he live. Not am In iiuod t the opinion that he Citizen of Cannelton Dies in Chiccago. Canntlton, Ind., August 24. J. H. Huuache, for years a merchant tailor of this city, died at the houia of hit daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Onclay, in Chicago, whare he had leeu for tha Naw members discharged duty punctuality and capacity. wlthataudlnu the power of the both in patronage and per ultfttaUnn we came very naar-. ttlu,; the two third rota to pas the bill ort bU veto, inn withstanding the fact that we hate admin-kstratloi with fidelity. industry, thair u y nece-sur- OUR MOVING PICTURE AfagSftN TEMPTgP THCM ANQ THitY QlP ftLiY V We have many subscribers who can artord to take the News one year, who are subscribing for, it every three months. We wish all who can conveniently give us yearly subscription, would do so, as it is quite a little work to was change the dates o often and frequentpast two month. Mr. Hunach ly you miss copies of the paper; Thankof age and wan born in ing you for taventy year tavoring us in this way, I am, Respectfully, John D. Babbage. Weatphalia, Qermany. F BANK TO BE OPENED FORMALLY SEPT. Celebration Which Will Continue a Whole Week Has Been Planned. HUNDRED Ohio vnlley clt- nnd town will participate the celebration nt Clnclu- natl of the opening of tlie dnm nt Fernbnnk, O., during the week of Sept 4. Practically every town from Pittsburg to Cairo, 111., will be represented. Fernbnnk dnm Is one link In a chain of fifty-fou- r dams which the United States government has started to build and which will be completed within the next ten or twelve years nt a cost Of $60,000,000. The Fernbnnk dnm cost $1,300,000. The purpose of the Improvement Is to nllow boats to navigate on the Ohio river during twelve months of the year Instead of being compelled to cease orierntlons at vnrl-ou- s times on account of low water, thus halting river commerce genernl-- j ly and the transportation of coal particularly. The series of dnras will overcome the fall of the river, which at Pittsburg is G91.W5 feet above sea level and at Cnl-r- o 272 feet above sea level, n drop of 410.50 feet, and provide a series of pools or Inland lakes, connected by locks, which will Insure a stage of at least nine feet of water nt all points from the source to the mouth of the river. The dams will be from eight to ten foot in heicht and constructed I ONE MILLION IN OHIO RIVER PATENTS ISSUED 4 r. rree p Ohio Inventor Gels Distinction by Many, Completion Marks Another Sought AMERICA . WORLD. Kaiiroad I rips To Louisville I, T. , . Step In $60,000,000 Improvement. Plttfd States army engineer, who Is LEADS THE the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Kail Merchandise to advantage Beginning September Thirty Per Cent of FIVE In charge of the works and Improvements on the Ohio river, gives an indl cation of the possibilities accruing from the construction of the dnm. The to All PaUnta Have Been Issued In This Country Nearly 10,000 Granted Before Serial Plan of Numbering Wae Adopted. Announcement of the Issue of trie millionth patent (since they have been serially numbered) was announced recently by Commissioner Edward B. Moore. It was Issued to nn Akron (O.) man for n puncture proof tire for automobile and other vehicles, depending upon rubber springs for Its resiliency. Commissioner Moore said the appH cation came up in the regulnr or ijr of business, was numbered nnd carried thronpb (lie regulnr channels and Nuwas signed without ceremony. merous requests were received from vnrious inventors for this distinction. but they were not heeded. Englitnman Got First Patent. although numbered This patent, 1,000,000, Is In reality not the millionth for the reason that prior to July 28, 1830, there were granted 0,057 patents without numlsrs, so thnt counting from the Urst intent granted, July 31. 1700, nnd including the 0.057 unnumbered patents, the millionth patent would be the one uumhered OfJOXMS. Issued April 18. 1011. The first one was granted to Clarence Thorvald Ilasen of Lancaster. England, for n machine to make tubes from fibrous materials. The American pat cut system was founded by nn act of congress April 10, 1700. Thomas .Jefferson, then sec-- I rotary of sta(e. Inspired it and may ile be said to have been its father, took great pride in it, it Is said, and gave personal consideration to every application that was made for a pat ent during the years between 17'.hi and 1703. and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: URCHA5E a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in tnl number of registered steamers In Major Jervey's district Is 2(1, the net registered tonnage 41.057. the numler of passengers carried the past year 4. ,'UXr2S. The total value of the freight carried was f.158.RO!,800 and amount of freight carried wns IMIMN tons. Program For the Week. The week's festivities will begin on Monday with receptions to distinguish ed visitors nnd a monster "home coming" meeting nt Music hall at night at which guests nnd leading citizens will make addresses. On Tuesdav. Sept. It there will be a nande Of all the steamboats In the bnrbor. with many coming from other After going portions of the river from Cincinnati to the upper end cf the "nine foot stage," n distance of about twelve miles, the gayly decorated Heet will proceed down the river to the I'ernbatik d;nn. located thirteen miles below the city, and after the Invited guests have disembarked the formal dedication of the dam will take place, concluding by passing two of the steamers through the k"k In order to sales checks, which are given vou with each pur chase, at once, to the Credit Desk, first floor, South end of the building, and we will refund in cash, 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales Special Notice to Charge Customers Refund made only account. Market St. and Fourth Ave ; in cash at time purchase; refund, can-n- ot be credited and at the time of the settlement' of the i I Bacon a son INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky Special Attractions in Louisville September 2, n r 3 Under this act applications for patents were examined by a board of cotn-- l mlssloners consisting of the secretary of state, the secretary of war and the attorney general, and after having been passed upon by this tribunal they still required the certificate of the at- torney general nnd the signature of the The first board consisted president. of Thomas Jefferson, secretary of state: Henry Knox, secretary of war, and Edmund Randolph of Virginia, nt-- i torney general. The first patent was granted to Samuel Hopkins on July N 1700. for manufacturing potash nnd pearlash Fees Then and Now. The act of 1700 prescribed the following fees for the granting of patents, which are in striking contrast with those exacted today: "For receiving and tiling the petition, 50 cents; for tii-- I lag ipoclflcatlona, per copy sheet con-- i taining lOO words. 10 cents; for uink-- ! ing out the patent, $2; for affixing the grant seal, 1; for Indorsing the day of delivering the same to the patentee, In cluding all intermediate services, 10 Today the government fees cents." Aviation Meet and 4. r' c.,. 1 a A Texas Wonder. The Te.xas Wonder cures kidney and removing grnvel. bladder troubles, cures diabetes, weak aad lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If rot sold by vour druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of sfl.(K). One small bottle is two month's treatment and selcoin fails to perfect a cure. Dr. B W. Hall, MM Olive street, St. Louis. Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. The Aftermath! spendthrift is rather unpleasant.' It usually means poverty to the man who throws his money away wastefully. of being a Better let us take care of it for ou in the vaults of this bank We pay interest on timedeposits. FIRST STATE BANK, aLLKiA BEsSSe x 'f flHnHHealtliLfl ' ..MPB3saflcl!m x' STLPHENSPORT Miss Marion Uix is improving. Dr. Shively and family, have returned home from a trip to Tell City, Troy, llookpurt and Owensboro. Miss Lula Fuequa, f Owensboro, is the yuest cf Mrs. G. Shively. Mrs. M. E. McCubbins and grand son otto Fox, spent a few days in Hardins- burg last week. W. 1!. Ulainc retuintd from Florida last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanimau and son, were guests cf relatives heie last week Norman Darbee has gone into the grocery business in the J. W. Thomp son stand. Bread baking success is guaranteed it you use'the Lewisport BEST Flour. amount VIEW OF THE FERN BANK DAM AND STEAMER IN IDE LOCli. liaiul conceits, (he serving of the mous Keutucky burgoo, fireworks and itlier features. On the Cincinnati side of the river at the same time there will be a series of baud contorts at League ball park in the morulug and afternoon and a displuy of tlreworks pass beat from one level to the other. at night Thursday, Sept. 7. will see another The lock, which forms one of the most vital parts of the dam, is on the river parade in (lie form of a pageant Ohio shore. It is 000 feet long and 1 l'J :if decorated pleasure boats, several feet wide, and the walls forming It an hundred in number, with cash prize thick and heavy. The lock la closed by for the bouts showing the best decora an upper and h lower gate made of lions. Friday, Kept. H. two attractions wil Each gate steel and heavy timbers. be offered, in th afternoon there will la operated by a compressed air en glne. The lock is so large that it can be motorbout and rowing races on the river Immediately hi front of the i it v hold and lock through several steam or ten coal barges at once. When Including a race between three boats ltoatt 'I a vessel enters the lock from the lowei tli :i are capable of making upward of thirty-sevemiles an hour. At night pool the gates are closed and watei i street pageant, illustrating by a the lock through slxteei pours Into sluices in the upper wall of the loci series of twenty floats the evolution f navigation from the time of Noah's to raise the level to that of the uppei ark up to the present day battleship pool. There are als-- sluices In Hi ud ocean liner, will be given. There gates, so that water may be udinitt.'i through the upper gai and dischargee, will be many untfuruisd organisations through the lower gate. In the lowc In this parade The flntil day of the celebration, Sat side of the lock wall are sixteen sluice- thj water t flow out of to urday. Kepi 0. will be given over to to permit OtOOftoMI road races and aeroplane luck exhibitions A receut report vt Major U. Jexve Ohio side is located the lock, which Is Used at low wuter. This lock la l.HOO It long with Its approaches. The lock proper in which the bouts ure raised or lowered to the level or the ri er Is 000 feet long und 110 feet wide, it requires about twenty minutes tn 1 n at a distance of twenty or more miles illustrate to the visitors the method by tnpurt. according to the topography of which boats are taken from a niftier I e country. A number of these dams to a lower level, or vice versa. Aftei ceremonies nt the dam the marine jl,'id locks are already completed. avalcade will return to the city, & Construction of the Fern bank dam heft tit night there will he "wel 1905. It Is about as begun in M U mil- ... ninde 111) of .'125 I'uiue uome tires imrnca on an me . j, iuii c....i . ,i Tickets, each slightly more than three hills overlooking the liver. Wednesday, Sept. 0. will be Coving fcet wide. At low water inesu wickcis :Jre raised, forming a dam twelve feel ton (Ky d;:y. the business men of that city having provided entertainment gin height wlilt li exienus across me en Is high the for visitors In the shape of trolley tire river. When the river Kentucky ttiBStrcJ wickets ure lowered and lie perfectly rides, genuine on the bottom of he river. On the shows, moving picture entertainments, flat faIn. - no and from thnt time until tem was maintained and every application that was made w as granted. In ISM congress passed new laws that are the foundation of the present patent laws. It w !s in this year that patents were first nntnl er d. July 8bV i8.".o. Patent No I vast: anted 10 John haggles of TtMBthxti n. Mi'-- for a locomotive steam e: : i'l- - fof Inclined planes. Since that till: I.V2MUIKI coplh-ntloii!) c'.i l.0OO,tJ have been Bind, of TUv e are IMX000 been im :i ed have :: v d These pending: ti e r ' 'JKSItWa represent an S ! v "' iI troin of MTjOIMXUQ In t rtn'tti the Inveiitoi's ah ne ' Under these laws a t nl baari of eonaUaslouvrs aras ulsiilHafd. " and the power u v. at potVUt vested in the se rotary nf satn it ut was not until I83U thai IBs1 "I suffeied bsbinally fxni innlipa commissioner of tteutl was establish Uaav Daaa'i Kegniets nliavtel ami Henry L. BUlWOItb was the In exl. strengtrentd the bOWaW, to that lliey cumbent have been tegular ever since." A. Grinding Out 35,000 a Year. Davifi gtoetr, Sulphu. Springs, Tex. i America lends the world as an tiff nation. France coining next, with taMOO patents; then (lre.it BritBEWLEYVTLLE ain, with 430.000; tieimany, with IBtV 000 Belgiuin. MOjOOOj Canada, IfAjOOO, The Bahamas and I.Iberia share the Miss Lula Nuunelly, ti Louitville is imiiliy" prize, wiili two patents aach. number of patents granted spending ten i'.hvs v ith her many friends The total iti this neigliboihiod. by all nations of the world is S.1&0,-(Kiof which .'!) par cent have been Jus. f, lliuiy, of Braiiiienburg, las granted by the I'nited States. been on a visit of a few days with hi The patent ollice is now granting Drury. patents at the rate of 35,000 a year, ln ther, C. II. C lnuiy ipeiit Tuesday at being received at the late II. applications of U5.000 per nniLiiin, the examination of which requires 375 examiners. Miss MiunieStith reluins to Washing Owing to the enormous Increase lu ton City alter a six veks visit with the the business of the puteut ottlco lu the last few years its building litis become aaaaa loiks. peut Sunday it very much overcrowded, and CommisOveilou lilxnfoid sioner Moore hopes that congress will C'eeilian. appropriate the $7,000,000 now In the "TCF, Haulaway visited iu Oleu Dean treasury to the credit of the patent Sat ui day. office for u new building 'lelchar Hlauford and family ate uwk-- n g their annual summer visit at the More Railroad Employee. Nearly .'(m.ixjo new employees were home of Chafe Hlauford. mlded the pay rolls of the railroad Viigil and Kldred Babbage, of Clover-por- t companies of the United State are visiting relatives. and June 30. 1010. hNM lune tDk Sam Cross, of California, is at home uccordlug to th't annual reiort of the luterMtnte conimen e commlsaton. tor an indefinite stay. 183(1 sys, s M to $.'15. In 1703 the patent laws were revised, tj w ti J. 4 C. ir Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier wnr f mmv0 :: " anjii'i J. E. KEITH HEALERS JIN (& SON Granite and Marble '''' Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. -: CL0VERP0RT. KY. !'' Misi I loreuce Cin i with relatives for hei Maanaci aacaiiaa. On account of ra'ii the I Beard, James Younger and Mis. (ieo. Wolf, of Kenti.vky. missiunaiy NOTICE. Biease do not ask i s to send you the News without payirg forjt cash in advance. John 1', Babbage. REVENGE Kevcngc is a naked sword It has neither hilt nor guard. Would'st thou wield tr is brand of the Lord: U ih v grasp then firm and hard? kui-tei.ts service at the Melludist church postponed )ii t aftaraoaMi, The t of severl baskets whs much bv the frw iln.t had bi.tved the wtiilhtr. More assembled in the after-moand thr iiiain pait of the progiam was carried out. Veiy rnteit lining, in structive arid helpful la'.Us were nnlt HajgeMli of Ii til by Krv. May, Mr and Miss Cain. The music was I y all. "Bread baking success is guarantee'! if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. n Uian-denbjir- Will Live In Deeper wound in thy nand is made It i thy blood reddens tha steel. And when thou hast dealt the blow Mrs. Elixa Taylor and Miss Bettie When the blade from thy hand has Taylor will keep house in Hardinsburg flown for the daughters of Mr. Alfred Taylor Instead of the heart of the toe of Cuater. The Misses Taylor will enter The may'st And it sheathed iu thine school there next week. own! Hardinsburg But tha cloaer thy clutch bf the blade, The deadlier blow thou would'st deal, During School Term. Entertained In Philadelphia. Card Of Thanks Ii. We wish to thank our many friamla Mr and Mrs. John E. Matthews, of Philadelphia, were host und hostess to a and neighbors for tha klndneaa shown dinner uiven Friday evening to Mr. us during the lllnaaa and death of our and Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mr. Morris father, 11. J May, Sr. Tha Children. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, J0. D. BABBAfiE -uod Mill)'. - Il li - w I.I II I N SONS' PUBLISHING CO. Kverv Wednesday. While The Press Thvmders I1V OLD HICKORY jl"25 t.ol HE How do you think ot a railroad I Or have you ever given it ft thoucht I Do you take a pride in helping to keep the station neat and Do you throw paper or apple peelings on the passenger cars clean I ; Everybody who passes in a depot door or puts his foot the floors on the train can give the railroad a certain amount of consideration, that if every man would give, would mean much to the company. Manv people seem to think of a railroad rs a money concern that CM pay for anything, no matter how trilling or tremendous. Railroads are humans from the fact that they are run by human beings men like you and me. And we should treat them so and extend to than the courtesy that we wish them to extend to us. We mean the people who run the railroads, and these include the men on the section to the President and General Manager. If we knock on thern and carry it to the point of discourtesy, they will knock us and we had rather whlk than to ride with a grouchy conductor or come in contact with anv employee who does not have regard for the public The Golden Rule is a valuable asset to the man who travels on the railroad. Kd Pate waa up town Monday Mr with her baby son, Jame McDonald. He Ik the jollieat chunk not to be able CLOVERPORT. KY WEDNESDAY, AUG 30. 1911 to sav a word, walk a step or bit a crumb, that anyone could wih tQee. Subscription Pricr fl.00 a year in advance. Jamt McDonald just learning to A few days back Mr. P.it C awl. BUSINBFS LOCALS 10 cent- - ptf lino, and 5 cents for each found him on the floor kicking up hi iflMTtloa, heele and throwing out his flat with a CARDS OK THANKS over five line charjM for at the rate of vengeance. He was covered from the crown of his head to the soles of hi 10 cent. per line. OBITl'ARIKS charged for at the rate of I cents per line, money feet with salt! She was startled and called her three- vear-olon. William in advance. Athhy, to learn what had happened to Examine the label on your paper. If it in not correct plea-- e little brother. William Ahby hesitated then explained: "Mother, uncle to'd notify us. me that McDonald wa almost joilt to piece and he needed a good salting." i d EIGHT PAGES. duduc Waggoner, attorney Kskndge and the members of the Fiscal Court met at Holt Saturday to look into the matter of bridges so badly needed on the liver road. They decided to build two iron bridges: one ISO foot span, the other 100 foot. The sites are located above the railroad. Iron tubingand concrete will boused. This road has been impassable for two years, the bridges have been down and the farmers of Holt have had to depend on the railroad alone to tome to Cloverport to market. The repairing of this road will mean a great deal to the welfare of this town and the good name of the county. The road can be een from the train and its terrible condition gave cause fpr many detrimental remarks from passengers who were citizen- - of other communities". Nearly all of the public schools open next week. This is one of the most important months of the year the beginning of another term of school work. All persons having children of school age in sending tliein the very Brat day and should should be intere.-te-d lend personal aid in making this school year the best ever known to the teachers. This is the age of school progress. We all DDSt take part in t he movement to establish cl ser unity between the parent, teacher and pupil. This can only bo done by occasional visits to the school and getting in touch with the work of both the pupils and the teachers. If the young DO) 8 and girls in your familv are not reading the , pet them interested in it. Lot them form the reading habit. We try to make oar paper a life improver as well as a recorder of event-- . Let them find out things for themselves, even the news items. Who is 'more interesting than the person who knows a bit of real Urge the children to reed. It will make their little day new-- ; dreams higher and will make them grow fuller andnoblet. New-- Kay Heysr has rotten as demand If yen like to hear the Krench harp, much pleasure out of being a wall. ask Vivian Pierce to play tor you. Th flower as many a girl hasin berg instrument, perhaps, it antique, but he the belle of the ball. carries it around a though it were the "In ourselves, the sunshine dwell latest musical stunt in Newport society. From ourselves, the music swells; Mr. Pierce is home from the West and By ourelves, our lives are fed he is thoroughly enjoying his visit. He With sweet or bitter daily bread." says this is the lirtchance he has ever When visiting and at home turn had time to be with the boy9 and girl what you don't know and don't do into much. They are glad to have him for a charm. There are many others like he makes fun for the whole crowd. you who have few gifts and few graces; One of the girls of the younger set you can give yourself out to them in said the other night; "If Viv promises sympathy understanding! It's just that you a stick of candy, he gets it"' gay, happy little way a girl flashes out a bit of sunshine to other that is the ooo secret of real charm. We never have said: " I seen an I ooo taken," but not until the other day John D. Babbage, Jr., representing did we learn that it is not correct to the Lanston Monotype Company, of say: "He don't." We should say: "He Philadelphia, was home Sunday from does not." The verb do is plural and Memphis. He says that one of the best cannot be used with a singular noun. money-savin- g equipments recently When you want to use "don't," first made now for traveling men is the try "do not". Every day a person can placing of typewriters in the room of learn something, if he has mastered hotels. Drop a dime in the slot on the that hard lesson of being willing to be machine and it is unlocked for thirty taught. minutes Hotel stenographers charge 20 cents a page for and a ooo man who uses the type-writcan write Have you the fad of saving pennies? ten or fifteen letters in a half hour, The Plank girls, Mildred Babbage and ooo Addie Farrleigh are saving every penny J. H. Sturgell, of Midway, 111., wa they lind. here last week purposely to buy a farm in Breckenridge t ounty, which he saw Ooo advertised in the N'ews. When he got Few girls wear hat pins now. Mr. the farm the owner raised the price Odewalt, the genial jeweler at Gib- to $ 1000 more than it was advertised and son's, tried to sell two young ladies Mr. Sturgell did not take it. A represome pretty hat pins Friday. One had sentative of the News'asked Mr. Stura basket hat on and she told him the gell how he knew of the farm "I lace lining held it on securely- "You picked up two copies of the Bracken-ridg- e News off the station platform wear one, don't you9", he said to the girl who wore an enormous creation. at.Midway about two weeks ago" he The girl gracefully lifted her bisr, black said. These were the papers Mr. John hat and he was amazed to see that she i Ditto threw the train You remem- . wore not a single hat pin. No rats, no ber in his letter published in the hat pins, almost like being a little girl News last week, he mentioned having two topic of the paper. It pays to ad again! in a newspaper that is attractiWe were talking recently to a young vertise ve enough for a man to pick up after woman who had returned from a visit it has been thrown away by some one in a large town where full fledged soelse. ciety events were pulled off nearly every day and night in the'week. Before THE PRESS HAS STOPl'KD! she went she learned that dancing and type-writin- ooo cards were the leading amusements there; she wa not accomplished in either agd for fear that she would be a stick for her hostess she mastered both before paoklng her trunk. A soon as the girl arrived in the town every person asked her: "Do you swim, M' Smith?" She wa orely disappointed. She wa like a lish out of water and the art he had purposely mastered were no mora than rusty tool. After all he had to depend on her own personality to make a hit. Mis Smith made it. In fact, it not tennis, dancing, cards, swimming, singing, or any at tainment that make a girl known a a charming visitor. Sh can be a wallflower on every occasion and yet be in i Strong & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only $1.23 Regular price the world over $1.75 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. Wilson, Owen & Company I Strictly Cash and One Price I Glen Dean. Ky. 40; J vo .Digger and retter man n,ver NINTH ANNUAL- - Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVILLE... SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. I'LL BE THERE -- ? WILL YOU? - THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-O- N COLLISION SATURDAY- MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to CO PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building (QI ( .... . n jfft -- mn Am some m AND v ' RPAP A - mW ma vest C. L. Hoard's sale Saturday. September will be a splendid "Eread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". opportunity to purchase a good, mall farm and fine Jersey cattle and Miss Lee King after having sDent hogs. A man can go to this sale and equip himself for next year's ten days with her father. Rev. King, business It it the mall faun well tilled that is now bringing results. returned to Peoria, 111., Thursday. T. The loo acre lainier is the man who is making money farming in Mrs. Ray i'rice and children have returned home after a two weeks visI'm kenridge county. --- Mrs. Kate Kasey returned home Saturday after a month's visit with her son at Owensboro. arrived Friday to visit her brother, T. R. Moorman certainly is in bad need of a sewerage or drainage of ome kind. Every time there is a hard rain the yards and atreeti are flooded. The town ought to mahe an effort to bring relief to the residents out through Oak street and take steps to Maiat them in protecting their property from the waters off the hills. l ow Heel -- The show of line cattle, hog-- , iieep and poultry at the Kair last week, opened our eyes as it did the eyes of many, to the great improvement in our stock interests. We have always preached that Rreckeni icige county has as good as the best in Kentucky and now we know it. We are producing the goods. --- In a few days we send out notifications to ubscribcr- who.-- e subscriptions aspire in September. We urge you again to send in vour renewal for one year of three months. Send it promptly. This ave- us Inconvenience and make thing- - in our print shop move with vstcm and at isfaction. burg. in-te- ad -- -- -- it with her mother, Mrs. King. Will Murdock, of Vine Grove, spent several days here last week helping Mr- - Carter to invoice his goods. The ladies of the Baptist church will give an ice cream supper Saturday night Aug. 'i. All are cordially invited. Miss Vennie Moorman leaves Thursday for "Juincy, 111., to resume her work. Miss Myrtle Moorman after a ten days visit to Louisville has returned home. Mr. Vogt, of Louisville, wasthe guest of his daughter, Mrt. C. B. Witt, last week. Mrs. Will Miller and children are with her mother, Mrs. Lillie Scott, after having speat several weeks with her people at Hodgensville and Greens On the solicitation of several friends and after consulting with a good many Democrats of the county, I have concluded to announce myself as a candidate for Representative of Breckenridge county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic-party of Breckenridge county in convention. Yours Respectfully, D. H. Severs. Cloverport, Ky., August 14th 1111 Cocaine which dulls the nerves never An Unsafe Savings Bank An L'lster county farmer made a savings bank of the summer kitchen stove during the winter, and everv tpare one dollar or five dollar bill William got he stuffed into a tin box which he kept in the oven. When the hot weather finally came his wife concluded to Local. fire in this stove, with no suspicion of what mignt be in the over. When she called her husband to breakfast and he discovered the hot stove he clawed the hot box out of the oven to rind that his money was burned to a crisp. Edmenston, N. Y. start up the Bank your money until you get enough together to make some sound investment, from which you can REAP A RICH hARYEST. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay i interest on Time Deposits. & TRUST pie-- - Mrs. W. H. Strother, of Owensboro, left Saturday for Kli.abethtown after good it will do you. Is applind directly We thank the management of the ) crstreet recital given at sore spot All druggists, 5ic. last evening for the complimentary tickets extended to the pending a a week here with relatives. to the by Kly Mailed Bros., 56 Warren Street, Mrs. Vennie Kasey. of Hopkinsville. and regret it waa not eonreaieni to attend. Xew York. Jrv-Lagt- yet cured Nasal Catarrh. The heavy feeling in the forehead, the stuffed up sensation and the watery discharge from eyes and nose, along with all the other miseries attending the disease, are put to rout by Ely's Cream Balm. Smell and taste are restored, breathing is made normal. Until you try this remedy, you can form no idea of the THE BANK OF HARDIN SBUR6 CO., !! Hardinsburg, Ky. TAX NOTICE following places: Irvington Webster Lodiburg Stephensport Chenault Mooleyville Tax Payers of the Third and Fourth districts atthe I will meet the The man who do. s the right thing at the right time is the right man in the right place. BIG SPRING Kev. Atkinion delivered fine sermon while here. Mr. and Mri. John Hichardon and Mr. and Mr. Jim Norris attended the Uajitiet Asioclation at Salem iaat several week Wanted at Once! I Aug. 30 Mri. Jane Morrie and daughter, Mike School open Monday. Sept. 4, with Kate, of New Albany, Ind. .were the Midi Myrtle Brown, of lkron, at teach-r- . liuent of Mr. Jack Colline lait week. Mm. Moorman Hardaway and her Mr. and Mr. J.H.Meador end daugh- mother, Mrs. Julia Clarkeon, leave ter, Miee I.eah, and Ms- - Maud Scott thortly for Chicago for a month's stay atteuded The Breckenride Countv beforegoiDi- - to Minot, N D Mr. HardFair last week. away' horn. Rooms for Light Housekeeping j Sept. Sept. Sept. 5 Sept 7 Sept Sept 12 1 1 1 W. A. ROFF News Office to collect your taxe or Cloverport Hotel j S. W. Bssett. D. S. A Reliable Remedy CATARRH mww Ely's Cream Balm rfiM . Jr. . t fiit Relict It clan1, it quickly thtnrtml at One. f.wtthe, haW and iirnlpftn mom. the discnw-'hranp nsultinu frmn Catarrh anil drive nwav a Cold In lie Hfaii .ui. kiv. fc V tores tba Hcnaei of tlM Tadte and Hm. II. Full siz. .".I) otx., at Irili-ait- a or by mail. In liquid form, 71 caata. Ely Brother, M WatTen Street, New York. l 1 h-i- was the truest of Mr ar,d Mrs Albert Mct'acn Sunday. Miss Surah Wright and Celastinf ) Connsll spent the vrttk end at Mrs P. T. Ballman's Mr. A. C. Ccmpton, of Henderson county, and Mill Viola Chapln were am mm mn MN I Two Farms Located ntar Webster W a. rv t s . f mmf'x a ' 5gOM ".I al I mm ".' 'I 'J wi wn 'J ' I '.I ' I ' I ' 1 ' I ' or Sale Camera View married August II. , Mr. H. U Stader has returned C"K home v rruro I tit FOR FOREIGN THIS PAPER REPRESENTED ADVERTISING BY THE from Vine (trove where she visited rel atives of Mr. Stader. Cloverport society boys arc to have a dance Thursday night in the River-vieDancing Paviilion. Mrs. (ieorge Reese was the guest of a dinner given Monday at the home of To be Let on partnership 1!IM. All .l farm ra. Com- klete Wish Irni. two ftrn lioirierx. Will (1. Krulinnflt. Cloer-imr- t. fur half rl SA LK 'xt"4 Ky. applicants notify Ky. Shrnpshiredown Sheep for Sale bmi REQIfTSRICD lamli ; back i reartawref ami Hffli jr'n yrariliir W. A. sTlTII. Uaston, trraib' lni.'kv 21 H For Sale f Here'a a r i ' r . t 11 ' 2 fJEW YORK AND CHICAGO IHANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES opnfral offices Forrest Lightfoot. Mrs. Augusta Tutie, of Newport, Ky. visited her Brother, Col. Jack Simmons, at Hardinsburg Ust week. Mr. and Mrs. James Skilloian, n Owensboro, were guests at the Skill- Mrs. , 1 Mrs. Emma H. Skillman Cloverport, Ky. State qualifications tt five rrfeences lalaatf Fi lit M LI Inaikhh Macrae fM rectipun ..f hltt Spring Vall. y: the Men 0 Clarkaoa faras, ownml by Mrs. I. II KeatMf and Mrs. a. m Haraawar. of Mlnot. V I) Will aril h a whole or In two pari. TVriim reaaonahle for flirt Iiit Infor r uililr. iv HEN C. C'.ARKmnllon call soN. Wis Sprlnir. Ky i is no reanon why they (.hould not be eq'i schoul on there list ( f article" ilmt every school rbild 'pi! will need, anrl Wkfll la v enter TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, . 1911 For Sale man home Sunday evening. Bhe Breckenridge Newj. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30,1911 Sterrett Jarboe returned home from Atlantic City last week on account of il.ness. He is improving. Mrs. Walter Graham and Mrs. Price Graham went to Owensboro Monday to visit.Mrs. Wm. Minnettt. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Witt and children, of Cincinnati, were the guests of Mrs. BREVITIES LOCAL S. H. McCracken last week. Mrs. Frank Stein and daughter, Virginia, of Pittsburgh, were guests .f Miss Addie Fairleitfh, of Louisville, Mrs. F. M. Smith last week. is here. Mrs. Nora Board, of Irvington, was Chas. Sawyer went to Owensboro the guest ofc Mrs. J. C. Nolle enroute Sunday. to.her home from Owensboro. attended the Fair j,Mrs. Wills and Mil GensyWills James Burk Thursday. have returned from Columbus, Ohio, McC'ann. of Rome, spent Sun- after a vis-- to Mrs. S. D. Loyd. Condor day here. Mrs. J. T. O'Connell and little ton, Miss Edith Burn whs in Louisville Raymond, and; Miss'.Su-ie- ; Haffey "the Fair at Hardinsburg Wedneslast week. In1-iana day. Miss Elsie Gregory has Kn t0 to visit. Wm. Hall returned last week from a John D. Babbage Jr., leaves for Phil visit to his sons, Steve and Frank, in BHllard county. He says his sons nre adelphia today. doing well. returned from Mrs. Joe Mullen Sunday. Russell Lawson and June Lawson, Oscar Black, of Addison, has return- of Lewisport, were guests of MtMCI Virginia McGavock and Susette Sawed from Louisville. Roth returned to Martins- yer Sunday. Mrs G.W. ville, Ind., Saturday. Miss Addie G. Ditto, who has been Recommend The Breckenridge News ill at hei home in Louisville, is convalescent and will open her fall trade to every house-hold- . W. Owen arrived home yesterday September the first. J. from the south. Mrs. Manie Moorman and M's. John Harrv Dorst and Daniel Faley spent Kincheloe and little daughter, Nancy, Sunday at Tar Springs. of Hardinsburg, attended the funeral of Mrs Mary DeHaven. Owen Wardruff will lead the League Sunday night. Mrs. Faley accompanied by her son, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lynch, of Allen, Daniel, and mother, Mrs. Canne, and Ky., are visiting relatives. Mrs. L. S. Tiffett. of Hawesville, visJudge O'Rear speaks at Hardinsburg ited Miss Lewis Sunday. next Saturday at 1 p. m., here at night. f Miss F.lsie Allen, of Tohinsport. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammon.Mr. and Mrs. Owen May. and Ike Meyer attended the funeral of Mr. J. H. May. Eftie Snaulding, colored, of Cincinnati, said a te was just bound to come home and see her people. She is Fore-ladat the Kinestrong Cherry Factory Colt palr. Rrerkt nrlrtgr Nfn. Cloverport, Ky. Una Engine; Wiitklna SALE- - A II horse mike power utiitlom ry In iro.ul ri The pennies and dime yem save in their purchase here soon amount to dollark and iu our a . nual arbool sales we've saved many a dollar for the parents of this conmiunity For Sale Mortgages nd nil kinds Col! HA Breekenrldge News, of legal blanks. Cloverport. Ky. fls. 11 Lead Pencils y For Sale there. J -- Howling DOB IALJD ' Oraen GnlTeratty. good in any di u;irt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsom and lit- ment of that ('Diversity. BreekeDrloge News, tle daughter, Margaret Jabine, were Cloverport. Ky Ust week the guests of in Louisville r. Mrs. Brashear and Miss Gense Bra-shea- Scholarship fckolaraMf In the Slate Pencils Pen Holders Pen Points 'rayons Ink School Slates Pencil Poxes Killers IVnril Sharpeners Tape Measures Composition Booki Pmoil TaUtti Ink Tablets School Sponges School Scissors School Thimbles Fountain Fens Bt New Line of Hi?h School Tablets for Pencil or Ink. sure io jfet one of them t Wanted to freight, timber, lumber, hay, grain, in fact any thing to freight by barges. Leave your order at Sawyer's store, he has the barges, boat and men to do the work. Misses Kva Reid and Elizabeth Wal ter May entertained a few of their relatives on the first anniversary of their birthday last week. They are popular little twins ard received many gifts. Toilet Articles, Face Powder, J. C. NOLTE 6c BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Talcum Powder, and Creams TO THE DEMOCRATS OF AT COST GIBSON & SON SAD ACCIDENT y Ep-wort- h The Democratic Committee of Brtck-enridgcounty met Aug. Hi '9l li pursuant to the call of the chairman, T. J. Moore, and after consultation, adjourn-e- l until Wednesday, Aug. 23, at which meeting the MM eomrnitte; called a Convention (or the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Rep resentative of the lower hcuse of the General Assembly of the S aie of Kentucky, to be voted lor at the next e Nov-euih- 0 tJJESTlOV TY1.1 Joseph O'Brien Badly Burne- dClarence Chism Injured And Boat Burns Information was received here last week of the accident which happened to Joseph )" Brien and Ciarence ( 'hism, both beintf badly burned fron a tfasi,line explosion on boat, Louise li. HAVING tlection 101 1. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkins, of Steph-ensporwere here Saturday shopping. Mrs. Mike Craft, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. T. O'Con-nel- l. t, SASAFRAS-BROOM-SA- GE VISION SHATTERED Luther Board Miss Florence Lewis was in Hawes ville last week the guest of Mrs. Mary Faley. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a sur.Yt, if vou use Lewisport BEST The said conventions to be held in the various precincts of the county, at t lie usual voting place in each pieciuct, at 2 o, clock p. ni. on Saturday, Sept. 9, lyll, at which preciuct convention the Democrats of s.iid precincts shall name the delegates to attend the coonty convention to be hehl at the couit house iu Hardinsburg, Ky at o'clock p. ni. 011 Monday, the 1th day of September . 1 - The lyll, accident occured at Leavenworth last Monday night. The gasoline was ig nited accidentlv while trying to start the engine. The boat was totally de stroyed. Mr. O'Brien had recently had his boat put in a model condition by the Cloverport Foundry and was to run it for the traveling public between Leavenworth. Ind. and Stephensport. I I If If IN CHECKING KI Ht 1 CCO I' N I s i y h t. i iic v i FROM ILL DANGERS OF LOSS THROUGH RVRGLART. I II I I I URL I.V I) MOST OF 1 THAI MONEY ITS tAftr SOLVED r T hie Mnmw all THE POCK EL OF . ' MAM OllltH II Al IRES 10O FOR YOU CHECK HOOK HAS BANK OF CLOVERPORT II Returns From flour.'' Texas To Find Old BreckenHdge Teeming With Progress Dr. Harold Beard, of Livermore, Thirty-seveyears ago Luther Board has been the guest of Miss Ray Lewis left Breckenridge county the fields Heyser. groaning under Mrs. Elizabeth Brjwn, of Hender-on- behind him then were their load of sasafras and broom sage, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horace the woods were moaning with their Newton. heavily ladened persimmon trees, razor of Madisonville, was Luther Brooks, bony catbacked hogs and the guest of Miss Mildred Babbage tle were the farmers' btst efforts. Mr. Sunday. Board came luck last week from Texas Dr. John Linder, of Reserve, New with his daughter, Miss Ethel. At our Mexico, has been the guest of Miss EI County Fair Mr. Board's thirty-sevela Smith. year old vision whs shuttered he saw Mrs. H. C. Pate and daughter, Miss there fat, sassy Duroc and Red BerkClaudie, were in Louisville Mondiy shire hogs floored with the weight of shopping. their pork chops that fetch fancy prices ; iong-hornen The uuuiber of delegatts for each pieciuct shall be based upon the vote cast tor the Demociatic candidate for Presi dent in the year I9OS, on the basis of one delegate for each '.'5 votes or fractional part of 'i.s over one half cast for the said Democratic candidate for President. All known Democrats over of the aue of 'l years are who will be at the November election 1911, shall be eligible to participate in said conveu Parties Wishing to Build! You Want Building Material of any Kind Marion Denton and Robert Willis attended the ball game in Louisville last week, Ed Morrison, of Owensboro, attended the funeral of Miss Minnie Snyder here Monday. in Broadway cafes. The short-home- d Jerseys, the product and of the same old fields he lett behind. Mr. Board's trip into the county has shown him that sasfras and broom sage have given way to wheat, corn and tobacco, thatthe persimmon trees have Mr, and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and son. been crowded out by the profitable or James Franklin, returned from Louis- chards of fancy fruit. Mr. Board is going back to Waco ville Saturday. where he lives with a new vision of the Mrs. Jno. Beavin went to Canneiton new Breckenridge. blue-ribbone- d run-dow- n? Tu:sday to visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Weatherholt, Head (lieu Feel languid, weak, Taylor Dowel), of trvington, was ache? Stoniach"off"? Just a plain case here Friday and sold a fine horse to of lazy liver, liurdock Blood Bitters tones Roc'-ival-e Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera iiud Diarrhoea Remedy. Itlsnlntost certain to be needed before the summer is over. This remedy has no superior. Fl r tlOUB. Ity all dealers. The various precincts are entitled to sale the following delegates Henderson Route Notes votes Delegates Precinct 1 169 Hardinsburg No. 1 t5.0l CUverport to St. Louis and re" 90 No. 2 4 ood to returi. leaving St. turn Sept. 62 No 5 I Louis not later than i) p. m. Monday " IO9 4 No. 4 nitfht, Sept. 4, ' J 1. Tickets to be sold 3 7 Cloverport No. 1 for train No. It") Sept. 2nd onlv. ' 94 4 No. 2 000 6 151 " No. 3 3.00 Cloverport to Lonisville and re2 47 Balltown turn Oct. 1919 and for trains 14i and 102 4 Stephensport 139 I42 of 17th, good to return Oct. 23. 5 Uuiou Star IO5 4 000 Mouleyville 4 J Webster $5 6,"i Cloverport to Lexington, Ky. 4 IO2 Irvington and return, Sept. 22, 2i and for trains 3 68 Hewleyvtlle due to arrive in Lexington before 4s Big Spring Sept. 24. 6 149 Custer 000 4 Hudson J3. Cloverport to Louisville and re44 Mook turn Sept. 2, 3. 4; k'ood returning Sept. 5 McDaniels 1911. Account of Elk's aviation to-w- it: 1 1 Call on Gregory & Co. You do not know Just How you want to Build 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 Si Co. If You want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble Dean I34 5 4 5, Call on Gregory Sc Co. W meet. 0 13. Dr. McDonald. Mrs. Alexander Roberts, of Sample, liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. This Aug. I), Ifll. T. J. Moore, Chairman Democratic Com, J. R, Dillou, Secretary I 0 Cloverport to Louisville and return, Sept. 9 to 16 inclusive; good to reAccount Kentucky turn Sept. 20. State Pair. EAR Office Near Depot Information in regard to prices of material can be had at the Bank of Cloverport THE OLD RELIABLE TRUMPET FOR DOG. BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 1 An every legitimate years of honorable dealing. Parsed tltrouh three putties and ..aid claiai to its full amount on demand. Never sealed a check. 3 per cent on Time Deposits absolutely Sale Place to do Business. 3D OUR RECORD: EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 Animal, Going Deaf, Boneficiary of Science. a U.tndsome nmstllt own DomlnU-ked by Culted Stittes DUulct Attorney ml Thomas Wind. Jr.. of Denver known as a tree elitublng uud otln-wise uccomplixlied animal, bus kWNH the beneth bu y of m leui e. lie U be InK fitted with 1111 ear trumpet. Recently Itoiuluhk teuuie iboly ami failed to perform Ids in ki with euMo;nnry alacrity. A vetci inarv ,; wua visited uud It was found DmUbV Dominlek ll Now was koIuk deaf. to huve uu ear trumit to correct bis affliction. Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 3 50. Performing 11 r f RURAF TELEPHONES you interesicH If so, call on the manager ot'tlie 'tuuWerland Telephone A Telegraph Company ana nave him explain the peeial "Kar- inorH Line"' rate. Mr. .t. v-- r mmt tanner, are ( I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Incorporated.1 COMPANY v $3.50 mm mmmmat.-- mum of fee are old playmates of mine, but Arthur" I INC IIUUM, Ul By ANNA IIIU KATHARINE GREEN By Arm Whispering CoprrtlM. WO KtihsriM Rohlfa I ,h" ORAPTM XVI. AT 10 IJISTIAD or 12. DON'T cnre a rush what yon do to rne. If you don't believe Pines "Ella Fulton!" I exciatmea. ion wish to speak to me?" "Hush!" she prayed, with n frightenMT ed gesture toward the house. "No one I your own officer who swore he knows I am here. Mamma thinks me raw ItAnelneh'rt hands upon my In twd. arid papa, who li out. may Ob. Mr. Inter's throat, then this world Is all a come home any minute. Jumble Hnd It makes very little differ- Itanelagh. I'm In such misery, and no ence to tne whether I'm alive or dead." one but you can give me any help. I have watched you go by night after When these words of Arthur Cumberland were repented to me I echoed night, and I have wanted to cnll out them In my Inmost soul. I, ton. cared and leg you to come In and see me or let me go and meet you somewhere, very little whether I lived or died. 1 hnve not dared. It was so late. The grand Jury reeled off Its cases and finally took up ours. To the last I Tonight you have come earlier, and I and have slipped out and oh. El wood, ynu I should hoped sincerely. I think-th- at It's all be the man t suffer indictment. But won't think badly of me? If some BOBl one Arthur, and I shall die I hoped in vain. A true bill was I brought :(u'n lnt Arthur, and his trial does not help me and tell me how can reach him with a message." was set for Jan. 18. She was a girl of puny physique and The tirst use I made of my liberty of perwas to visit Adelaide's crave. In that nervous manner the last sort('umber-lanson you would expect Arthur I could best review my sacred place to admire or even to have patience past and either strength for the fuvery last sort who could ture. The future! Was It under my with and the be expected to endure his rough ways control? Did Arthur's fate bans upon find anything congenial to herself in my word? I believed so. Hut had I or dissipated and purposeless life. But to apeak that word? I hnd his BtrctiL'th exacted to; I hnd seen my duty clearly enough before the fitting of the , mm i . i a n trrnnd Jury. I'.ut SOW that Arthur was Indicted, now th.it It was an accepted fnct that he would have to stand trial Instead of myself. VII conscious of such a recoil from niy Contemplated AO tlon that I lost all confidence in myself and niy stoical adbefADCe to what I considered (be claim of Justice. I trusted Arthur: I distrusted Car-meflut she bad claims to consideration which ho lacked. Shi- was a woman. Her fall would mean Infinitely more to her tluin any dtoftrace to blm. Bran he had seemed to recognise this. Miserable and half hearted as bis life had been, lie had Shown himself man enough not to implicate his young sister in the crime laid to his cbarpe What. then, was I that I Should presume to disregard his lead In the difficult maze In which we were both lost? Yet bOCaasa af the self re stralnt he manifested he had niy sympathy, and I resolved to stand hi friend If I saw the case really going against him. TIM then I would con slder the helpless girl, tongue tied by her condition and tnjnrsd raOQgfe already by my misplaced love and lt ''vW s.il direful consequences. now allowed my The only change pelf was an occasional midnight stroll "SO ONI: KNOWS I AM ULUE." np HPSSted street. This was ns near endis I dared approach ' V rmel'swlndows the freaksit of youthful passion areloved was evident that they spy less, and I feared SOSJN1 watchful police Perhaps I feared my own hardly to be each other sincerely. Keassuringly pressing her hand, I rostra lniil londngM. was startled to find a small piece of This was before Camel left with her nurse for Lskewond, After that paper clutched convulsively within It. "T'or Arthur," she explained under event I turner! my head no more In her breath. '1 thought you might find I was not taking my midnight stroll. some way of getting to him. Father told the day at BOOT of her departure, and mother are so prejudiced. They Aupi'ily. perhaps for us both, for I have never liked him. and now they could BSTSf have kept away from the believe the very worst. They would station. 1 heard later that she was lOCh me up If they knew I was speakdeliberately driven past the Whisper-luing to you about him. Mother is very I'ines, though the other road was stern and says that till this nonsense more direct and less free, if anything, between Arthur and myself must Stop; from possible spectators. They thought, we must never, no matter whethno doubt, that a sight of the plaic that Silence, then er he is cleared or or" might raSWABet whatever memories a little gasp. of the last desperate SCOBS remained I hardly blamed the mother. preceding bet brother and sister's de"I I love Arthur. I don't think him parture for this out of tlie way spot. guilty, and I would gladly stand by They little knew SOW cruel was the I tiiui if they would let me. want test Of what a storm of realization .11m to know this. I want him to get might have overwhelmed her mind si her eye fell on those BCCBfSSd walls, nek comfort as he can out of my If and my desire to serve him. peering from their BOWBff of snow to sacrifice myself, but I can't. laden pines. Hut did. and I SOTS! want I can't!" she moaned. "You don't I learned how she hail borne rested till herself in her slow drive hf the two .now how mother frightens me. When guarded gateways merrily, it seems, she looks at me the words fulter on um) with no sign of the remembrances my tongue and I tail as if it would I feared. "I refused to be operated One sentence, and one only, reached i.c BBttat to die than to acknowledge on, the morning I heard my San of all she said before she dis- what is in my heart." 1 could believe her. Mrs Fulton was about Cardui," writes Mrs. appeared from tow ii. "If Adelaide were only going too! a strong woman, whom many men Elmer Sickler, of Terre lint I suppose I hiill meet her and .Mr. shrunk from encountering needlessly. Haute, Ind. "I tried Car"Yet your mother is your very best RBBelBgh somewhere before my re dui, and it helped me turn. She BIQal hi very happy, but friend," I ventured gently. "Not in this, not in this," she obnot so peaceful as I am. She will see greatly. Now, Idomyown that when we meet. I can hardly wait jected. "1 must get a word to Arthur washing and ironing." I must." for the day " I saw that she had some deeper rca-soOne incident more before enter upon tlie serious business of the trial. than appeared for desiring com- E 63 I started one night for my walk at munication with him. was debating 10 o'clock Instead of l'J. how best to meet went the old way. and. tin- old longing recurthe situation and Take ring at (lie one charmed spot mi the set her right as road, I cast a ulck look at the desoto my ability to lated house which, short us it was, serv e her without roused feelings which kept my head breaking down lowered for the remainder of my walk her spirit too seCardui is a mild, tonic riously w hen 1 north and to the very moment when, remedy, purely vegetable, ou my return, tlie same chimneys and felt her feverish overhanging roofs cauie again Into Ii ii n d pressing and acts in a natural manview through the wintry bra nc lies. note her ner on the delicate, womanThen habit lifted my head and I pausinto my unwilling ly constitution, building ed to look again, when the low sound palm. Of a human voice, suppressed Into a Hon't read it," up strength, and toning up moan or sob. caused me to glance she whispered, the nerves. In the past 50 about for tin- woman or child who had of all of years, Cardui has helped tel. so and only uttered this note of sorrow No one was In bight, but as I started to move anxious to secure more than a million women. good offices. on 1 heard my mime uttered in chuked ni You are urged to try it, tones from behind the hedge separat"It's for Arthur. because we are sure that ing the Fulton ground from the city I've used the thin"DON'T HEAP IT." ldewalk. nest p u p e r, so it will do you good. Had the issued from this iso that you cau secrete it iu something At all drug stores. la ted point of darkness'.' 1 went Im I be will be sure to get. Don't disapto see A pitiful figure whs crouching point me. I was sorry for you. too, uud KlaU when ibey iul you out. Both these, a fruil. agitated little being. 1 d 1 l. 1 be-le1 had to tell her I hid to dash her to the ground. smnll "Forgive me. Ella." I said.' "but I cannot curry him this message or even get It to blm secretly. I im wall bed myself. There Is a man who sees hltn constantly and may be Induced to is sure Arthur of your Belief and continued Interest In him. That man Is his Inwyer Mr. Moffat. Any one will tell you how to reach him." "No. no," she disclaimed hurriedly, "My last hope was In breathlessly. you. Yon wouldn't think the worse of me for for what I've done, or let mother know 1 couldn't tell a stranger even If he went right to Arthur with It." Then, stepping up to my side, she whispered In my ear. "There is something I could say which might" Right or wrong. I I stopped her. stopped her. She jsisscssed ev idence. or thought she did. which might help Evidence of what? to clear Arthur. Evidence which would Implicate The very thought unnerved me "I hnd rather not be the recipient of this confidence if It Is all important or at nil In the line of testimony. Remember the man I mentioned. He will be glad to bear of anything helpful to his client." ner distress mounted to passion. "It's It's something that will destroy my mother's confidence in me. I dlsolieyed her. did wlint she would never have let me do if she hnd known. I I used to meet Arthur In the driveway back by the barns. I hnd a key made to the little side door so that I could do It. I used to meet him late. I would get up out of bed when mother was asleep and dress myself and sit nt the window until I heard him come up the street. Then I would steal down and catch him on I I had a his wny to the studies. good reason for this. Eiwood. Fie Knew I would de there, nnd It brought him home earlier and not quite s- oso full of liquor. If he was very bad he would come up the other wny. nnd I would sil waiting and crying till 3 o'clock sfTBck, then creep Into my bed and try to sleep. Nights and nights I hnve done this. Nothing else iu life seemed so Import Ant, for It did hold him back n little, dut not so much ns if he had loved me more. He loved me some, but lie couldn't have loved me very much or he would bare sent mo some word or seen mo. if lint for a minute, since Adelaide's death. And he hasn't-h- e hasn't and that makes It harder for tne to acknowledge the watch I kept on him and how I know-hnever went through our grounds for the second time thai night. He I Went once, about D, but not later. am certnin of this, for I was looking out for him till 3 in the morning. If he came bBCh and then returned afterward to town it was through his own street, and that takes so long he would never have been able to get to the place they said lie did nt the time they have agreed upon. I know that he needs some one to come out boldly in his cause, and I want to he that some one. and 1 will de. too, whatever happens to me. if If I must." she faintly added. I was dumb, but not from lack of interest or front unsympathetic feeling for tills braes hearted girl. The significance of tlie situation was what held me speechless. Here was help for Arthur without my braving all the horrors of ('armel's downfall by any impulsive act of niy own. For a hope In one burning and renewing tlanie soared high in my breast. I was willing to accept my release In this way. I was willing to shift the load from my own back to the delicate shoulders of tills shrinking but ardent girl. Then reason returned if consideration baited, and I asked myself: "Hut is the help she offers of any practical worth? Would her timid declarations, trembling as she was between bar BWB of her parents and her desire to serve the man she loved, .weigh in tlie balance against the evidence btin.' district attorney?" hct ' Cnr-mel- ? m'o-me- Saved! -- 1 u 1 - The Woman's Tonic little - An effo- -t was mntre ny mm R pemed doubtful. She w.vnlrt not hnrrf. he believed, nnd I should hnve to hnck first of all to discredit me ns s witMy lack of appreciation for up her statement with my own hither ness to snppreed testimony- - I woman to Adelaide and my secret tint sbsorhtne love for Carmel were Inexorably lm sncrlnVed whichever course I took 9nch native chlvnlry s remnlned to brought out: also the easy, tenor of my life and my donired me urged me to "pare IMR little friend e In any course 1 thought of mine Then CnrmePs Image rose beMy consistent with my happiness. fore me, glorious. Impassioned, driven of som mighty by the fierce onrush was well In this Inlnrent force Into violent deeds un-- ' character my blrtb, andknown rowo of It would have dreamed of by most women, but when been folly for me to attempt to floss thus undrlven, gentle In manner, ele-- ! It over. I bad not even the deslrs to vnted In thought, refined ns only a few do so. If my sins exacted penance 1 rare characters are refined, and my would pay It hers nnd now and to tbe heart stood still again with doubt and full. Only Carmel should not suffer. I could not say: "It Is your duty to I refused to admit that she bad given save him at all hazards. Brave your any evidences of returning my reckfather, brave your mother, brave pub- - less passion. My tongus would not lie opinion and possibly the wrecking speak tbe necessary words, and it was of your whole future, but tell the not made to. It was not ber charactruth and t id your days of doubt, your ter, but mine, which Mr. Moffat was nights of remorse." I could not say endeavoring to assail. this. So many things might happen to Rut tbougb I was thus sbown up lave Arthur, to save Carmel, to save for what I wns. In a manner most I would the little woman liefore me. public and undesirable, neither tbe trust that future, temporize n bit and rulings of tbe court nor tbe attitude give such advice as would relieve us of tbe Jury betrayed any losa of conboth from Immediate fear without fidence In me ns a credible witness, compromising undoubted and. seeing this, the wily lawyer shiftArthur's lights to justice. ed his ground and confined biraself to Meanwhile something must lie said an endeavor to tbaks me on certain at once. As soon as she looked my definite and Important points concernway again I spoke: ing my finding of the body. Then he "Ella, this Is no easy problem you branched off Into a less harrowing have offered me. I can sympathize topic nnd cross examined me in rewith you. possibly as no one else can, gard to the ring. I had said that It but I cannot rach Arthur either by was on her band when I bads goodby word or by message. Y'our father is to ber in her own house and that tt the man to appeal to lh ease Interfer- was not there wjen 1 came upon ber ence becomes luvessnry nnd you must dend. Had tbe fact made me curious sieak. You have not quite the same to examine tbe band? No. Then I fear of hbn that you have of your could not tell whether tbe finger on mother. He's n Just mnn. Y'ou mny which she wore It gave any evidence shock his fatherly susceptibilities, you of this ring having been puUed off mny even lose some of bis regard, but with vlcleiice? No. I could not swear he will do the right thing by you and that in my opinion it was? I could Will you?" not. Arthur. "I will try. I could only tell father The asBsil flask of cordial and tbe on my knees, but I will do It If If I three glasses, one clean and tbe othmust. Now I must go. You hnve ers showing signs of having been used, been good, only I nsked too much." were next taken up, but with no reAnd with no other farewell she left sult for tbe defense. I bad told all I me nnd disappeared up the wnlk. knew about these In my direct examl I lingered till I heard the faint click nation; also about such mutters as tbe of her key In the door she had secret-- ' bottles found ou tbe kitchen table, tbe ly made her own; then I moved on.. leaving of my keys at tbe Cumberland As I did so I heard n rustle some- -' house and tbe fact, well known, that where about tne on street or lnwn. I the two bottles of wine left in the wine never knew whence it came, but I felt vault and tabulated by the steward as assured that neither her fears nor mine so left in the list found In my aparthad been quite unfounded that a lis- ments were of an exclusive brand untener bad been posted somewhere near likely to be found anywhere else in us and that a part, if not nil, we had town. 1 could add nothing more. and. I BS Id was having spoken the exact truth conhad been overheard. furious for an instant; then the sooth- ceding them from the very first, 1 ran ing thought came that possibly Provi- no cbance of contradicting myself, dence had ordained Hint the Gordlan even under the close tire of the opposknot should be cut In just this way. ing counsel Hut the event bore no ostensible Hut there was n mutter I dreaded to The week SBded, nnd the case fruit. see him approach and which. I was of the people against Arthur Cumberequally sure, with un insight unshared. land was moved for trial. I believe, by any one else In the whole courtroom, wns equally dreaded by the CMAITEIt xvn. prisoner. BU TtllS STOOD. This was the preseuce In the clubSHALL spare you the opening house Chimney of the half burned letdetails of the trial, also much of ter I hud long ago lsen compelled in Knough my own defeuse to acknowledge hav preliminary testimony. thai at the close of tlie sixth day lug written to the victim's young sisthe outlook was a serious one for Ar- ter. Carmel Cumberland. As I saw thur Cnmbeiisnd. The prosecution ap- District Attorney Fox about to enter peared to be making good 'its claims. upon this topic I gathered myself toThe quiet and unexpectedly dignified gether to meet the onslaught, for in way in which nt tlie beginning the this matter 1 could not be strictly defendant bad faced the whole antag- truthful, since the least slip on my onistic con rt room with the simple pett might awaken the whole world to plea of "Not guilty" was being slowly tbe fact that it could only have come but surely forgotten in the accumulat- there through tbe agency of Carmel ed proofs of his discontented life under herself. his sister's dominating Influence, his What Mr. Moffatt thought of it desire for independence and a free use what he hoped to prove in tlie prisonof the money held in trust for him by er's behalf by ruking this subject over this sister under their father's will, it was left for me to discover later the quarrels which such a situation The prisoner was an Innocent limn In would naturally evoke between charac- bis eyes. I was not. and. while the ters cast In such different molds and time hnd not come for bUn Ml make actuated by such opposing tastes and this openly apparent, he was not above principles, and the 11 mil culmination showing even now thai l lie ense conof tlie same at tlie dinner table when tained a factor which weakened the Adelaide forced him. as it were, to sub- prosecution a factor totally disassoscribe to her prohibition of all further ciated with the only uccepted theory use of liquor in their house. Follow- thut the crime was simply the result ing this evidence of motive came the of personul cupidity and drunken spite. still more damaging one of opporAnd in this he was right. It did tunity. He was shown to hnve been weaken It to the point in the clubhouse nt or near tlie time of of collapse, if the counsel for the deAdelaide's death. The matter of the fense had fully acted up to his opporbottles was gone into and the event iu tunity. Uut something withheld him Cnthbert road. Tt.a I was .called to Just at the moment when I feared the the stand and my testimony asked for. truth must come out he hesitated and 1 had prepared myse.f for the ordeal veered gradually away from this sub-Jsc- t. Thnt I and faced It unflinchingly. Iu his nervous pacings to und might keep intact tlie one point neces- fro before tbe witness stand his eye sary to ('armel's safety I met my in had rested for a moment on Arthur's. qulsltors now, ns before, with the ut- And with this result: The situation most candor in all other respects. In- Bus saved, but ut a great loss to the deed, in one particular I wus even defendant. more exact In niy details than at any f begun to cherish softened feelings previous examination. I acknowledged towurd Arthur Cumberland from this what had hitherto concealed, that In luouryiit. Was it then or later that my tirst entrance into tlie clubhouse I he begun in his turn to cherish new had come upon a man's derby hat and and less hostile feelings towurd mycoat hanging in the lower hall, and self? lie hud hated me and vowed when questioned more minutely on the my death If I escaped the fate be could subject allowed it to appear that It now dimly see opening out before blm was owing to the disappearance of self, yet I could see that he was glad these articles during my slay upstairs to see me slip from tormentor's that I had been led into saying that bends with my story uulmpeuchcd and some one hail driven away from the that he drew his breuth more deeply Whispering Pines before the coming uud with much more evidence of free of the police. dom uovv that my testimony hud been Tills, ns you will see. wus In open iboroughly sifted and nothing bad contradiction of my former statements come to light implicating Carmel. 1 that I had seen an unknown party even thought I caught a kindly gleam thus attired driving away through tlie In his eye us It met mine ut this critupper gateway just as entered by ical Juncture, and by its light I under the lower. Hut it was a contradiction oi'uil my tunu und what be hoped from which, while noted by Mr. Moffut, in, fie wished me. ut any risk to hims Arthur's lawyer, failed to Injure me self, to unite with him lu saving willi the jiu'.v and much less with the good name. That I should acspectators. That 1 should prevurlcute cede to this, ibat I should respect bis even to my own detriment ut u pre- generous wishes uud let him go to liminary examination only to tell the unmerited destruction for even so Imtruth openly and like a man when In perative an obllgiltluu us we both lay court and under the sanctity of an under, was a quesUou for the morrow. oath wus, in the popular estimation, Several short examinations followed something to my credit, and Mr Mof- mine, all telling In tbelr nature, all calfat, whose chief recouimciidutlon us culated to Us in tbe minds of tbe Jury counsel lay In his quick uppreclutlon tbe following facts: Klrst.-T- bat of the exigencies of the moment, did Arthur, swayed by cu Uot press ne too sharply on tills pond pldlty and moved to rage by tbe scene when be came to bis cross examina- at tbe dinner table, bad by some uu tion known means of a mors or less violent But in. other respects be drove me Cuntinsd on Page Seven hsppy-gn-Inekrst.-tep- DR. H. pr. 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Not nn Item of this All this stood rv iillftl upon AiitMiim rhurm In Most of be shaken Bi'iotnpniir htm to thp Vbsprln(f testimony could rini' In the mnll I'titter 10 which In It wns tnte.sosome of It false, but what wns unassailable by any ortlx ahaetwe f ,'vcry (Nrrnill nlmtit dinaryfalse menus that, ns I have already fh pl.ire. Iip hlnnwlf had said, the clouds seemed settling henv the rrny mure lly over Arthur Cumberland when, at Upwind In pri'pnrntlon fur thl Tlinl the end of the sljth day, the proceed obervn-tloremote from lult to n r ' lugs closed nnd rlned nirnlnt nil visitor I was early In my sent. My flrst they. flll for mime nukimnn renon. glance nronnd the courtroom wns nn fhptn n cnndle hnd rnrrlfl snw only the usual productive tick nnd candle, n flnsk of cordial, public, such as bad confronted ns mnll bottle three jtlnssesi and n the whole week, with curious nnd murked "I'oteon;" alwj some papers, Increasing Interest. Hut ns I searchcorrespondence, if leticrx or scrap InIn an ed further I discerned Bony i hem the rouipronitslnic line : corner the bowed head, hnd a rltten tn ( liirruel veiled almost beyond recognition, of Tlilrd That while In thN htiildititf. It was her first appearKiln Fulton at mi hour not yet nettled, n second ance In court. With her were her KtteTiHtlon bud rlen between them nnd her cold nnd dominating Or vme attempt Iteen made hy the fnther mother, nnd beholding her thus accombrother which hnd nlnrmed Adelaide I understood nn ngi fancied and sent her fly Inn to the telephone panied manifested by Mr. Moffat Rut tntlon In prent ncltnthin with nn nppeal to glance nt Mrs. Fulton assured the police for help This telephone another I was mistaken In this hasty was In n front room, and the Jury wns me that surmise. No such serious purpose ns I led to Judge thnt she hnd gained lay back of their presence here to It while her companion rnn feared alone explained It. sacked the wine vault and brought the today. Curiosity and as I realized what this meant nnd all bottles of spirit up from the cellar how little understanding It betokened Fourth. -- That her outcry had alarm going on In ed the prisoner In his turn, causing of the fierce struggle then the timid breast of their distracted behim to leawe most of the bottles child a sickening sense of my own rebeauty drove Carmel's sponsibility and Carmel's claims temporarily from my mind. and. following the direction of Ella's thoughts. If not her glances. I sought in the face of the prisoner a recognition of her presence, if not of the promise this presence brought him. His eye had Just fallen on her. I was assured of this, by the sudden softening of his expression the first real softening I had ever seen In It. It wns but a momentary flash, but it was unmlstnkuble In Its character, as was his speedy return to his former stolid9W ity. Tt The opening testimony of the day. while not vital, was favorable to the THX BOWED BEAD OF ELLA PULTON. prosecution In that It showed Arthur's low, and hasten op to the room, where conduct since the murder to have been be completed the deed with which he inconsistent with perfect Innocence. had previously threatened her. Many facts were brought forwnrd in That poison having failed, be grim array agnlnst the prisoner, with Fifth. resorted to strangulation, after which, opposition from his counsel or before, came the robbery of her but little betrayal of feeling on the ring, the piling up of the cushions and small His stolid face over the body in a vain endeavor to part of Arthur himself bad remained stolid even when the hide the deed or to prolong the search 'had fallen out of his sis-- ' for the victim.' then the departure, ring which wns shown to the Jury and behind ' ter's casket the locking of the front door pres the perpetrator, the flight of the gray the connection made between itsof his borne and cutter through the blinding ence there nnd the Intrusion storm, the blowing off of the driver's hand into the same. Then came the great event of the bat. the Identification of the same by means of the 'flour mark left on its day. In anticipation of which the court brim by the mechanic's wife, the pres- room hnd been packed and every heart ence of a portion of one of the two within it awakened by slow degrees abstracted bottles In the stable where to a state of great nervous expectancy The House of the Whispering Pines - i h1m1 Iimti - con-pinio- I s The prosecution rested nnd trie junior oiinsei for the defense opened his 'ase to the jury If I bad hoped for any startling dls rloure en nit Inter! to establish his rllent's alleged alibi or otherwise to free the same from the definite charge .if mnrrier. to be greatly had rea-o- n disappointed by this mnlden effort of a yoirig and inexperienced If lawyer not exactly weak there was an unexpected vacmeness In Its statements which seemed quite out oi '.reenlng with the emphatic declaration which he made of the prisoner's Innocence. Kven Arthur was sensible of the bad effect made by this preliminary adMore than once during Its dedress livery, nnd notably at Its conclusion, he turned to Mr Moffat with a bitter remark, which was not without effect on that ccntleinan's and nt once called forth n retort HtlWIfllHI enough to cause Arthur to sink Pink Into his place with the first sign t restlessness I had observed In him "Modal IN sly Moffat ha something I np Ills sleeve will wall till tie sees fit to show it." wns my thought. Then, as I caught a wild nnd pleading look added In positive nsser from Kiln, tlon to myself. And so must she" Answering Nf unspoken appeal with an admonitory shake of the tiend. I carelessly ici my ringers rest upon my mouth mull I saw that she understood me and was prepared to follow my lend for a little while longer My satisfaction at this was curtailed by the pull IflH of Arthur Cumberland to the stand to witness In his own defense. 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SALE To be continued - Seemed to (live Him a New Stomach. intensely after eating and treatment I tried seemed to do any good," writes H. M. Youug-peter- s. Kditor of The Sun, Lake View, Ohio. "The first few.doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief and the second bottle seemed to give me a new stomach and perfectly good health. " For sale by all dealers. no medicine or "I suffered TOBINSPORT Mrs. Kmma Earls is living in part of Mrs. Florence Simons' house. Miss Alia Lamb has returned home from Terra Haute where she has been attending school. Mrs. N. 13. Sanders is on the sick list. Horace Cox and sister. Miss Clara, of Muncie, are visaing their sister, Mrs. Anna Polk. Mrs. Frank Sanders has purchased an elegant piano and is well pleased with it. Elbert Lamb and family, of Muncie, are visiting his parents. Clyde Suddarth, who has graduated from the scientific course at Valpo, is spending his vacation at home. Mrs. Charles Calvin entertained quiet a number of young people Saturday night in honor of her brother, Conft farm or business : If you do von rad Bicen. it being his twentyth birthDd to may rind just what you need in this department. If you are interest- day. All departed at a late hour wishing him many mare nappy birthdays. ed in any of the following proprieties write us at ouce for owner'i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winchell aud name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at one daughter, of Oklahoma, who have been telling us and let visiting relatives and friends here for us introduce you to the man who lias the yOQ the past two weeks will leave Thursday for Stepuensport ar d Louisville to visit for. We recommend the following properties us leing productive his sisters, then from Louisville they will go to Franklin, Ind , to visit Mrs. and fair in price. J. D Cockrell. and from there they your farm or business? If you will return home. Do You to Mrs. Walter Weatherholt is convafor your property, send price and description at ono lescent. j together. aad lot us suow you how we Uv'inr buyer and seller This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling Misses Dell Winchell, Nina Weather-hol- t and Mr. James Winchell, went to buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick -Hardmsburg last week to attend the Real Estate Department you want buy what you want and where you want it Benjamin Houchens&C .Deit ) By virture of a judgement and order of sale of Mreckenndge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, lull. In the above cause, for the sum of live hundred dollars. (fs00. 00), with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the lirst day of March, I9II, until paid, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the Mtfa day ot August, 1911 at one o'clock p. m.. or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land situated in Breckenridge couuty Kentucky. on the Cloverport and Howling Green Road one and one half miles North of the Falls of Rough, and is further known as the Frank Tattle at a post oak John farm. Kskridge X. E. corner; thence S. tt poles to a black oak and gum on a small branch, tbence N. 57, K. lol l2 poles to a stone; thence N. 39 W. 8 i 00 s to a wni'.e oak on a ridge: thence S. 96j(, M poles to a black oak with pointers on a hill side;thence S 4 '4 W. to a white oak stump near the State K. 75 '4 poles to a road; tnence S. stone with pointers, to the begining. with approved surety Tne purcha!-er- , or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having tne force and L ir. retained to effect of a judgment. e payment of purchase money. Bidden will be prepared to complv promptly with these terms. Aporox'mated debt, interest and cost f18 u". Lee Walls, Commissioni St-c- Breeaenridge Circuit Court Kentucky. Mattingly, Plaintiff ) touiir to against V "f" Stops on Signal. Where no tune shown train Trains 4 " and 146 carry free recHtniiK chair crs between Louisville and St, Louis, i'ulltnan Local sleeper oetween Louisville and Evansville. Through Pull-na- n sleep;r between Louisville and St. Louis. No I4I will top at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from oast of Cloverporl. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from of Cloverport Inotstop. et Hartford Line West Bound ad No. 9 mi ' Between Vint 01a No. I in button and Fordsvllle PlntO ass No No. 112 bast Bound coud Clai 6 No. 8 No. 10 ass No 7 IS STATIONS y litly 55 ed frelor'l ex-fl lai,yj u I'h ex-Su- P. ,H ! 54 Past Dally n lund'f Only V Dally ex-S- H'relir't Dally ii fii 45pm llaaail '7 00 f7 20 s7 B s7 34 s7 f7 f7 11 IM III IM I 3i 10 III 10 10 50 a7 IM 1 0 3 sil fit sit sll 12 fill35 f 12 f!2 OS lllfaaXe.iMTIHOTOlf-A- i UASIN sIMilNti IIAUlilNSHTKlJ .UNCTION KIRK UI.EN DEAN DEMPSTEK MeUVAIlY f loiot ! liMIOpffl 51 ll'NCl'lON l: fT A KN KLU Kll f tt 2ii s H 22 Vi s r S t 35 4 I.'tin tt 12 tt oi S s 53 p s II 01pm sS 10 ss Itt fs :i is ;to fs M fs 42 sS 4:i lioo 2 43 53 0 si f!2 ru 12 t' 3l 4 15 40 50 li RixJKVALI VANZA.NT -- f !' 03 f s Jii s S 45 S 30 f I 27 f t!i U s s 3tt r - .v f imi I 5 24 - 22 s s ll ss f R 00 3 15 2 52 2 37 2 30 2 15 2 05 1 55 I I 1 10 50 10 3D 10 15 II lOta 10 10 47 35 2S 23 17 10 01 54 I I 43 I 30 I I 1120 II 30 II 3S (II s M s;.:uiii n 00 5tin 3 30 Ar EABt'UtUM l.v A KINS OAKS Kl.bMITCII KOKU8VILLE f s IS s s i.pm 45 f f f s 7 54 7 7 7 50 35 ; 1 13 I It I 31 30 23 7 45 05 Oi) I :iam t 5iipm 15 tt 10 tt 05 WEST BOUNO s,,,-un- Between Dempster and Falls of Rou?h. PUM IJIawl HAST HOUND Clas, 31 MeO Class TIMETABLE i .1 Clas. '' lr"1 t" Class "Zl lrt iMaaa cond ' Mixed Monday7" " fmsengtr Dally Sunday M .V, This Tim Tattle went 19 into effu t Ian tv. aae :. pm Passenirer l'.. Ittp), at Passenicer Dally Daily m Pscntrer I) lly K!"'"'iJt Mixed Y&fjfi'l K,',',,t Only I I yx''t'll Su lday s 40 Ii 00 STATIONS FALLS Or Kol'till HE K'-'-f- 1 ae4eJ I 3 " 13 Sunday 2 :i 11 11 aae only 2s p in 4s p m 12 i: j in p ni a a rn in PaTM a m. a ni pm p n Slhpa 4s p m er. skin. HiiiU cuts or Soothes burns without a Car, Cuics piles, ec zeaia, salt iheutn, at y itching. 1) hii's Omtmeut. Your druggist sells it. Bocks and Beeches. At a sale In New York a bibliophile said: "Book is n word Unit comes from the or bttCh. But whnt GtflMB b k got with connection has u beeidiV I'll show yni." The bibliophile led the way to a CaXtOO Unit had just been sold for ..".S(0. "This volume, you see," he said, "is bound in iioafds- iioi paataboarda real boarda, baach boeiWbv Thai is how all books vire boiiml when printing Yes. w hen print lag began in Oer-aanouch lacuna bOlOM, or early book, was lintind in buehe In beech inch thick, covered per boards half imps with leather, tipped and clasped with brass nnd studded with pruCkMM or semi pro ions stones." 11 b be-ftt- Grab This Tremendous are looking very property Newspaper Bargain! 'THE JOURNAL-NEWS- want cash Want Sell , Evansville's leading newi- - accept yearly subscriptions between paper, the 15th of August and 15th of September for the ridiculously low price ol $1.2.3. will an Jno. D. 100 Babbage THINK OF IT! THE JOURNAL-NEWS fair. J. E. Dillon, of Hardinsburg, j, is visit- Mr IIU. Nln I 70 y acres Iu one and Nn 1 IM acres In the Other') 1M acres lo omed 3 mile, from tl.iruinsliurjt lOu a. res ""' ' 3 wiles from railroad, miles from llarucd; H mile of KuiiiswoodI near aample ; one mile from schoo- - collexe. I acres neur Harned. ilroom house lcw burn, excellent scuuol. Q Two tracts mile from Ekron, Meade mile of public schuol, school. irood land. tulle a lis acres 3 miles east or Hardlns-IIU- . ivi bum, s miles north of llarucd. mile of cuurcti ami school, gcod hulldtiiKs fence-,uuod orchard and water: JO acres and In Umber, 10 acres flue white oaks. Price Ir 1 lsil.gradedcounty los acres j H 1 t located ou the rallroaJ Nf ' 1(1 H'UacreNfro"1 Komi baru and crib, reasonably i:ood liouse; well water-u- , outlet ou every side. I'orttou of II. L. Kurt farm. Prlce3.0u0 whsr, g 40 acres, all level 0 acres 111 O ami jrass: plenty of limber. laslluK sprlntf, irood dwelling, .. rooms and ball, meat aud lieu house, tenaut house two " " lllni la a I1 romns. Uioacco barn, stable and corn crib. Nn air room availing and ball ri ; I tenant 30 v irda from Mcljuady and school bouse. houses, larrfe tobacco barn ; SH miles South Price 11.450. Kasy terms. of Kirk, mile from school well watered, 2 sprluirs near baru: (p KuraiHoute. Nf A 400 acres UiKOud laud neat liasin IIU. J springs, ei coiiuty one lev.-.f"' acri s. all mm Nn I A cultivated; IM irixd dwellings: baJ of the best sections in the county 3 feed barus. bu toiitcco baru; 3 lut.e. from r.'.i lulu Sonth of Bock vale, Sample. Cas terms lWs xood level land. 4 room duelling tenant bouse and necessary outbuildings MHO mile Kasi tchool house aud church In 3jo yards. Price icr rood, tIt IL.0U cash. Mom soli, watered hy wells nnd itront springs, ou irood county road, near irood school und cbur ln s Q 74 acres, i ni.les from Kirk, dwell-lliwi O iug m story rooms an porch, New tobacco baru con l,200. 3 stock barus, fOod well, small tenant bouse. uod liar u aud Uood tenant h tuses, fine ciover aud irrass 100. laud. Price aud stable, good orchard. pVI or-II--' I farm, IM acre,. Iftiaervai both on tbe.river, Kood lmpro-trees Just prime of life. Mood school. 3churcbes. boat laadlnc. and level Nn I t goodacres Food laud cleared, land, barn; all located; 3 miles from I n lnmnu. price (0,301 nieuls; Nn . II 2,000 apple 111 j iiv. N) i it I 1, i''i. 111(1 140 acres, .miles fro a. UUalOU, wall 3 miles from Irvlmrtou; watered lays well good youux orchard uood tlmlter ;ou rural route school house few yards fro n bouse; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kltcbeu on back porch: two Rood barus; turu aud teuent house and cistern back in the Odd meat aud hen house; wood shed; will sellou easy payments; plenty of small fruit. Further particulars address lao, " Balibatfe, Oloverport, Ky $3 i" : ; ; tug; log dwudlug. . rooms aud side room, good stable; 3tobacco barus; 3 tenant house Peuty of good limber for farm purpose good faud to clear. Price 12.000 cash. -- COK MaL,E A farm cantatulug 2M acre ant all uuder fence. A ulce cottage cf Iv rooms, two cistern, a walled cellar wit a store room over It, two gool stock barer oue tenant house about SoO apple aud pcacl tree, also pear, quinces and apricots, mix all kinds of small fruit. Including a ole For 11 acres four uilleswest of vi i. yard of choicest grapes; DUO acre 'lr&ral 3 balance WW Uleudeaue, 100miles from branch grove lu woods 146 acres In grass,post i sevui acres in cultivaof black locust suftlcleut for railroad all fresh laud tion; bO acre lu urass, will produce tne beat wire tbe whole farm lu It lie uear Kkro ouL. H v St. L H. k. price Is .000 v com. wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood plasty lasting water, well at door of dwell long audeaay pavmeuUi. 16 ; $2 nili) , ; ; ing friends here. your door by mail carrier for $1.25, containing all Messrs. Owen Winchell and Chester the market reports, the latest news from Washington, Polk went to Cannelton Saturday with political happenings of the hour, besides its other clever a load of watermelons. and interesting features such as "Tad's" famous carMrs. Mary Van Conia and daughter, toons, the Betty e Brown page for women and an Dr Cheapest accident iiisunince I.ee, are on the sick list. Editorial page that stands for something. Kclectic Oil. Stops the paiu The association at the liaptist church Thomas' and heals the wound. All di uggists sell it begins Friday and closes Sunday. Mrs. Abe Fmch still lies in a critical Curious Anticipati-ns- . condition. Many yactyhar anticipations hate Get the BEST newspaper in Southern Indiana for $1.25 Capt. W. W. Weatherholt went to been cited nguiiist patent applications, a year for your daily reading this winter. owensboro last week to visit his son At one tllUe u cciiressuian took the patent ollii e n lock InVented by one of Dave. his rural The look was Send a Money Order or Cash to the Circula"Bread baking success is guaranteed 1111 exact eoustlllienlM. lock 'figured iu copy of u if you use Lewisport HEST Flour. tion Department "Price 011 Locks." showing the lock used ou u gati' of ancient Thebes, An ordinary case of diarrhoea can, mh of years before t'hrlst. The BOnV S a rule, be cured bf a single dose of 's Miiuiiilng the illustra gressman. in EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Colic, Cholera an.l Diarihoca tion which us shown him by one of Remedy. This remedy has uo superior the otlicers. ei laiined that he didn't for bowel complaints. For sale by all earo who thnt fellow iu Thelies wua he certainly stole It from his constitudeultra. ent. O11 another occasion mi application for n patent was tiled for a flower NOTICE to prosper in Illinois and has built up a GLFN DEAN basket whose construction correspondI 'lease do not ask us to publish card fine practice there. ed In detail w lib the Scriptural descripof thaulut, resolutions or obituaries free tion of the ark In which Moses was Bread baiting is guaranteed a success anil Mis EmMis. Krnest Uobt-rttoplucod lu the bub iishea, which we are if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. A well know n Des Motues woman after told In the second chapter of Exodus ma Ford, left Monday (or tilasow. suffering miserably for two daya from! was au ark of bulrushes daubed with Mrs. Stono. of Lcitchtleld, is the Cuts and bruise may be healed in This is ulao fiiest of Miss Noll and Louise Moorslliue uiul with pitch. bowel complaint, was cured by one doi-d the linie requited by the about ol Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and probably the first recorded lnataaee of man. usual treatment by applying Chambera concrete structure. SciDiarrhoea Remedy. For tale by all Mr. V. S. lb-- in, of Glsn Dean, is lain's Liuiuicct. It ia an antiseptic and entific American. visiting relatives. causes such injuries to heal without Thi liuttucut also relieve soreOr. H. D. Moorman, of Aurora, 111., Louisville KvoningPost Louisville Evening Post and Breckeuridge News New was home last week. He attended the ness of the muscles and rheumatic pat us. and Breckenridge On veal 3.S0 one year 13 5O. county fair. Dr. Moorman continues For sale by all dealers. for one year delivered at tl ACT IMMEDIATELY thou-sauil- s Cliain-beiUtu- THE JOURNAL-NEW- oue-thir- . $3.50 $3.50 LIST OF PREMIUMS AT BRECKINRIDGE First Day. C, ium Roberts, Owensboro. owner, prem$2.) COUNTY FAIR Best two produce of same dam, Moor Beef Cattle Vic-ma- n Bull, two vear olr1 and , & Son, premium J Bull, MN year and tinder two, MoorSon, f8. man Bull, under one year. Moorman & Son, premium fx. Cow, three yeai and over, Moorman A Son. premium 01 Cow, two years and under three, Son, premium V Moorman Heifer, one vear ar.d under two, ft R. Moorman & Son, premium S. Heifer, n nder one vear, Moorman & Son, 8. mm Best Son, premium $S. Horse combination horse, gelding. $15 Sterling Nichols, Harness Mares. mare or premium i Bet harness mare, two ve-- rs old and under three. Sterling Nichols, first premium 10 Heck Bros, second 5. Best harness mnre, three years old Ml over, W H. Barlow, first premium. Mi L. L Wells, second $5. Running Races Mule race, one-hal- f Boslev. H Mt old and over. la Best Boar, one year mile heats, Running race, one-halKennedy hros. , first premium, f6; M. best two in three, purse 50, R. War-fielO. Dononhue, second premium M.M V. Dickson, second; 1st money: Best Boar, six months old and under I D. Sands, third Owen, first pre one year, Moorman Third Day. mium, 5; K. I". Hardaway. second Swine All Breeds lt money Is; mile dash, L. H. .' H. Meador, . -- 50. Best Boar, under six months old, Owen, first premium 14; Moormun Cooms, second William Best Sow, one year old and over, ; Moorman & Owen, first premium Kennedv Bros , second f i 50. Best sow, six months old and under one year, Moorman & Owen, first premium, 5; E. P. Hardaway, second premium $2 50 Best sow, six months old, Moorman & Owen, first premium $4; Kennedy Bros. , second 2. Boar, any age, Kennedy Bros., M. Sow, any age, Moorman A Owen, f.V Sweepstakes. Best bull, any age, W. & R Moorman Moorman Son, MO Best cow, any age, W. R & Son, I0 riules. Horse mule, three years old and over. G N. Lyddan, premium $7Horse mule, two years old and under three, C. Mattingly, premium f:. Horse mule, one year and under 'wo, J. W. Kennedy, premium $7. vear. mule, under one Horse (suckling), S. T. Smith, premiumfT. Mare Mule, three years and over, L. O. Glasscock, premium $7. Mare mule, two aud under three years, Jas. Haycraft, premium I7. Mare mule, one year and under two, John Lddan, premium $7. Mure mule.under one year, (suckling) Pat Sheeian, premium $7. Horse mule, any age, G. N. Lyddar, premium f6. Mare mule, any age, L. O. Glasscock, premium $6. Best pair, anv age, L. O. Glasscock, premium $10. Jacks And Jennetts. Jack, anv age, C. H. Drury, premium $10. Jennett, any age, Thos. Beard, prem lum $5. - Sheep Best buck, one year and over, J. A. Boreal RlM premium f."; V. R. Moorman & Son. second premium It, Best buck, under one year, Win. 5; Wni. Coomes, first premium Coomes, second premium fZ. Best ewe, one year aud over, J. A. Buress. first premium t5 Best ewe, under one year, J. A. better." Buress, fin t premium $5; Wm. Coomes, second premium Best buck and ewe, one year and CURED TO STAY CURED over, J. A. Buress, premium $". Best buck aud ewe under one year, Wm. Coomes, premium $5. Citizens Can Best buck, any age, J. A. Buress, How Cioverport 1 FAIH NOTES Kay Heyter and Claona Wtathtrholt, of Cioverport, were guest of Mrs. John K. Kincheloe. The fair hop Wednesday night wn There were six largely attended men to every girl and the girls had the grand rush. One of the most popular dancct was Miss Hannah Beard, who wore a handsome yellow satin trimmed with points of black lace that were on on of her mother's dresses that she had when a young ladv. The yoke was veal lac handed down by her grand mothar. Arthur Smith's educated horse His training much attention. was remarkable. Messrs. Willis (irscn, Preston Qreen, Kobert Moorman, Dr. Harold Heard, of Llvermore; Chas. F.dmunds, of Louisville, and W. H Hensley. were amorg the leading beaux. One of them waited In Floral Hall entrance two hours for a Cioverport girl and she never did meet him. She was having a good time with his brother. There were fifteen carmel cakes this year. Mrs Reeves certainly was suchall and there cessful with the flo-a- l was a perfect deluge of beautiful things. Everybody was pleased and said it was the best, clemiest and best conduct ed fair ever hel . President Heard IM Secretary Skillman are to be congratulated. The best hogs, the best cattle, the best sheep and the best poultry, a. I raised in Hi eckenridge county, was one lock show. of the best features of the A stock man who had l.een to many fairs saiil: "The display at the State fail may be irger but it wont oe any Misses PUBLIC SALE! eyeWWSJWaSSSSMBSJSWWSSaMSSjeaa mw "mm w m wii'w'l Farms at Your Own Price On account of rain I was compelled to postpone the sale land and residence on the 25th of August. date of sale for of my Have now set the Saturday, September 9th NM0SJ This sale includes all of my land near Kingswood, also my residence in Hardinsburg. Have also added in this sale all my work stock consisting of 7 head of mules; 2 large horses; 2 large mares, each with a fine mare mule colt; some sows and pigs; about 35 head of cattle; all my farm implements and . and household and kitchen furniture. I have divided the land into four tracts containing from 70 to 100 acres and each tract is nicely shaped up for a farm home. Sale will begin at the farm at o'clock a. m. After disposing of everything there, the sale will be moved to Hardinsburg and the residence and contents disposed of. e from Kingswood in which is loThis land is only a cated Kingswood College, and will have the new public school building located on the land or just across the road. It is miles from R. R. station. only one and Terms of sale will be liberal and will be announced before sale begins. In addition to the above the herd of Jersey cattle shown by P. M. Beard at the Breckinridge County Fair will be offered , for sale. My address half-milone-ha- lf $5 Best ewe, any age, premium 5 J. A. Buress, Find Complete Freedom C. L. BEARD, - Hardinsburg, Ky. From Kidney Troubles. If you suffer from lackache From urinary disorders From any disease of the kidneys, Be cured to stay cured. Doan's Kidney Pills make lasting Jersey Cattle. Bull, two years and over, J. A. Buress, first premium, !f0; 1 110s Beard, second premium $'(. Bull, under two years, D. C Heron first premium, $6; Thos. Beard second premium, 3. Cow, three years and over, J. A Buress first premium $6; D. C. Heron second premium Cow, one year and under two, D. C Heron first premium $6; Thos. Beard second premium $3. Cow, under one j ear, P. li Beard first premium $6; J. A. Buress second horses For General Uti.lty. $.V Best stallion, one year old and under premium Bull, any age, D. C. Heron premium two cars, Thos. Beard, premium $10. ear old and under H. Best mare, one Cow, anv age, , A. Buress premium two, T. A. Richardson, premium $M. any age, Sterl-- i $8. Best mare or gelding, To c"w three years and over, giving L. L. 5: m Nichols, first premium or. day of show, having been most Wells, second $5. any age, Sterling milked cut at 6 p. m. day before show Best stallion, 15; Frank in presence f superintendent, D C. Nichobi lirst premium Heron 1st premium I7; Thos. Beard Kwtll, second premium mare colt, T. A. Rich- 2nd premium $3. Best suckling To cow under three years giving ardson, premium $10. H. Drury, most milk on day of show, having been Best suckling horse colt, C. milked out at 6 p. m. dav before show, premium fU in presence of superintendent, P. M. Best saddle and harness stallion, two years old ami under three, Beck Bros., Beard 1st premium $7; Thos. Beard W. R. Moorman & 2nd premium $i. premium HO; Best herd of Jerseys, consisting f Son, secoud $5. one bull aud four cows and heifers, J. Harness RingA. Buress premium $1 0. Best harness mare or gelding, two Special by Breckenridge Co. Officials and under three years, Sterling NichBest combined saddle and harness ols, first premium fio; Beck Bros., mare or gelding three years old and second $5. under, Sterling Nichols 1st premium Special Premium by B F. Beard & Co. 1C; W H. Barlow 2nd premium $0. Best harness mare or gelding, SterlHorses ing Nichols, first premium $20; YV. H. Best harness stallion, three years old Barlow, second premium $10. Best harness mare or gelding, three and over, Sterling Nichols premium years old and under four, Sterling 11$. M buggy horse, mare or gelding, Nichols, premium $ 10. Best saddle mare or gelding, three three years old and over, W. H. Barlow 1st premium $15; C. II. Drury 2nd years old and under four, 10. premium f5 Racing Program. Sweepstakes Running hall mile heats, two best in Best saddle hore, mare or gelding, three, porta $50, st money .Clairporess, Rod Warheld, owner; Jd Dobbins, J. any age, Sterling Nichols 1st premium $.'"; W. H. Barlow 2nd premium $10. H. Meador, owner. Model ring, best model mare or geldSpecial by The Bank of Hardinsburg ing, W. H. Barlow 1st premium 10; T. & Trust Co. A Richardson 2nd premium 5. Best 10 plants of Hurley Tobacco, I'.Ul Best model stallion, matured, C. H. crop, J O. Riley, premium $10. Drury 1st premium ftlOl W. R. MoorBest 10 plants Prior Tobacco, lltll man Son 2nd premium 5. crop, S. M. Smiley, premium 10 Saddle And Harness Horses Lady winning t he largest number of Best saddle and harness horse, mare prizes in Floral iiall or gelding, any age, to be ridden or Special by Farmers Bank, Hardinsdriven in ring, J. K. Fentress 1st premburg, Ky ium 15; W. H. Barliwfnd premiumf.. Hest red tobacco jrowt: in Brecken-ridg- e Best walk trot horse, mare or geldB lb samples, county in ing, premium W. H. Barlow. John Jennings premium 5. Saddle Sweepstake Best burley tobacco grown in Breck-enridBest saddle horse, mare or gelding, 7 County iu HMI9 KIO 51b samp-lesto till, 6 to show, 6 per cent to enter. W. Hendrick premium J. Mone il.vided (), ff and IS per cent. Sterling NichoU, 1st., !4nd and 3rd Louisville Day Second. premium, purse 1C0. Cattle Special by Breckenridge Co. Official Best herd over two years, Moorman Best Rockaway mare or gelding, W. tic Son, premium flu. H. Barlow, premium 112. 50. Best herd u let two years, Moorman Breckenridge County Derby. Sc Son, premium $10. 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Bread baking succeoa is guaranteed Roy Tabeling, of Wichita, Kansas, is if you use LewUport BKST Flour. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCarty, of Rivalry In Road Building. Ouensboro, have returned home after a pleasant visit to their sister, Mrs. T In Breckenridge county, where the H. Bates. good roads movement is making perMiss Marv Johnson has returned ceptible progress, ijome of the enterto her home in Evansville after a visit prising citizens are raising a fund to to Miss Ellen Bobbins. build a turnpike from Irvington to Our school is progressing nicely, with Custer. Several road meetings have Miss Sauie Hall. as teacher. been htld in furtherance of the enterIvan E. hates and J. N. Chancellor prise and considerable enthusiasm has attended the Masonic lodge at Glen been aroused. Donation- in muuey, Dean Tuesday night. labor, teams, implemenis and are being made by residents along Miss Beulah Rice returned home Mondav after a delightful visit to Miss the line, and the prospect is favorabl" Grace B. Jones, of 1'ellville. She was for the early construction of several thoroughfare. accompanied home by her brother, miles of Ernest, who had spent a few days there It appears that there ure two routes with friends. between the two towns by which a turnRev Leslie DeHurt, of McOuady, pike may be built, and this fact has preached an interesting sermon at Cave given rise to some differences of opinion Bro. Dellart is a us to which route is most practical and Spring Sunday. young man just starting in the ministry. feasible. In consequence there is a Corinth Baptist church, at McQuady, probability of the building of two turnis preparing to send him to Missouri. pikes where only one was originally This would be the He will start the lirst of October. Bro. contemplated. DeHurt was left au orphan when quite natural outcome of such a situation. young and was principally raised by When the good road is constructed othDr. i. L. Lynch, deceased. He is a de- ers are pretty sure to follow, for a good serving young man and too much road is a great object lesson, especially pruise can not be given him. during the winter season. Which ever Miss Ertie Cooney and Allen Baum route may be selected for building the were united in marriage at the home of turnpike from Irvington to Custer it Is Rev. and Mrs. C L. Goff, Wednesday reasonably certain that the other route evening at five o'clock. Rev. Goff per- will be subsequently improved. formed toe ceremony in the presence of It helps the road movement greatly several friends and relatives. The to stir up competition in road buildi g right-of-wafirst-clas- Doan's and bride is of Mr. 0 NOTICE! Good private board can be had for $3.00 0 The Irvington College will open its second school year September 11, 1911. Four departments will be maintained: Preparatory; Normal, Collegiate and Husical. The college has been able to procure the service of a lady who is graduated from Chicago Univer0 sity. She is able to give the very best insrtuc-tion- s 0 that can be had. Those who intend to take a preparatory or a college course will do well to give us your consideration and $3.50 per week. Address all communications to H. R. KIRK, 0 : or W. J. PIGOOTT, Sec. Breckenridge county if two & Treas 0 That has been demonstrated by the Lincoln Way and the Lincoln Central Road. Fortunately the rivalry between these two commendable projects has been and without any tinge of bitterness. Two good roads are to take the place of two bad ones, and the entire state will be benefited. god-natur- ed will likewise be the gainer turnpikes shall be evolved from a plan which embraced only one. The county cannot have too many improved highways and the project will be a moving force for more roads anu better roads. Courier Journal.