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The Breckenridge news: September 13, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911091301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 13, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI O'REAR CALLED BY McCREARY KIT TO PRINT 14, 1911. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER in favor f4 extending the county unit law. O'Rear Dodges Question. I then asked him the following questions: Do you endorse President Taft's veto of the termers' free list bill? Do you endorse President Tafl's veto of the bill teducing the exiting tariff taxes on wool and woolen goods? Do you endorse President Taft's veto of the bill reducing the existing taxes on cotton goods? Do you endorse the votes against the farmers' ftee list bill, which were cast by Senator Bradley and Representative Powers and your campaign chairman. Representative Langley? Do you endorse the Payne-Aldrictariff bill which President Taft signed, and which he said was the best Repub-Pcatariff law aver passed? Do you endorse the pardon bv Gov. Willson of Finley, Taylor, Howard and Powers? To these great questions which every man, woman and child is interested Ifl and which contribute to the happiness and comfort of the people and which are attracting attention in every state in the I'nion, Judge O'Rear makes the following response: "To tell you the honest truth, I have not read one of the bills. I have been too busy getting to be governor of Kentucky to think of those things." Judge O'Rear seems to be like tnary other Republicans. They care but little about the comfort and happiness of the people, but are busv trying to get into office, and their legislation has been in the interest of the classes and not in the interest of the masses, but Judge O'Rear must not become a demagogue dodger and plead ignorance when he s asked great and important questions. When Judge O'Kear says he has not read the vetoes of President Taft. of the farmers' free list bill, of the wool and woolens bill, and of the cotton bill, he does not excuse himself tor not answering my questions, and I will continue to ask tnem, and the people will believe that if this distinguished Judge, who is a candidate tor governor, has not read these important bills, and the vetoes sent to congress by the Republican he endorsed for a second term as president he is very negligent of his duty, and should take teps immediately to inform himself as to the bills and vetoes re ferred to. h n . 8 Pages No. 10 JUDGE O'REAR IN CLOVERPORT Comes With Secretary And News- THE SPRAGUE TIES UP HERE Oeclares He Must Come out in The Open on Pardons. Makes Plain Speech at Kuttawa Campaign Opened Last paper - Correspondents At The Phelps Home Speaks In Oelze's Hall. HAWESVILLE ON BOAT By Wednesday- - Visited Many-Ca- pt. Carrol a Splendid Host Most Wonderful -- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL DEMOCRATS IN Tow Boat On American J IN FIRST DISTRICT k'v.. Sept. TO If Waters. WAITED The Demo cratic campaign was opened in the First district by Senator McCrearv, the nominee for governor, this afternoon, before one of the largest crowds that ever attended a political speaking in Before the speaking Lyon county. McCreary held a reception at Senator his hotel and Democrats from this and adjoining counties called to assure him of their support in the contest to free Kentucky from the yoke of Republicanism. Senator McCreary discussed the Democratic state platform along the lines of his opening speech at Bowling Green, and his utterances rang out true on every plank. His contrast of the administration ot state affairs under Democratic and Republican rule caught the crowd and made a deep impression He appealed to the on his hearers. First district Democracy to do its full duty in November, as the eyes of the nation were upon it, and the shouts of "we will" that followed, showed there was no doubt about the Democratic Gibraltar outdoing itself for the stale ticket. The speaker showed his old time vigor in going after Judge O'Rear, his Republican opponent, for his reckleus statements on the stump and attempt to dodge the questions that had been propounded to him. Senator McCreary said; O' Rear's Reckless Statements. JudgeO'Rear has made many reckless statements during his canvass, but his most reckless and unauthorized st itement was made in his speech at H irdinsburg on September 5 He says: "Sir.ce oiii platform stands approved Kmun. Judge E. C. o he wants, Rear gets the office FOR 20 FOOT RISE. little Miss Kathrine Hunter Phelps Will be privileged to say that the Governor of Kentucky dined with her mother anil dad, and that she took hitn to Hawesvillc in father's motor boat Judge 0 Hear and his party arrived here from Hardinsburg Tuesday evening, and he wa9 entertained to dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs. David Phelps. Covers were laid for the following: Judge O'Rear, J. E Long-stree- t, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps, Col W.B. Phelps, Mrs. J. W. Crenshaw, of Versailles, Messrs Leonard Oel.e. Frank Payne and the Rev. Mr. Lewis, of this city Oelze's Hall was opened "after the mail was up" and he spoke to a crowd as large as usually turns out for political speeches in Cloverport. With Judge O'Rear. besides Mr. Longstreet, were: Thos. L. Walker, of Lexington, repre senting the Republican Campaign committee, Mr. ormentrout, Correspondent for The Louisville Herald, and Mr. Kelley. Correspondent for The Courier Journal. Wednesday morning Judge O'Rear and his party left for Hawesville on "The Nancy." Special Train, Cloverport To Louisville September 14. For the accommodation of its patrons m litrinrr aku.iuLia l,aa mlKW mtiu i," efitina w W V ,k. .ally IllUril" ing train is not scheduled to stop, the L. H. & St. L. K'y., w!ll run a special train from Cloverport to Louisville and return, making all intermediate stops, Thursday. September 14, on account of ALL KENTUCKY DAY AND PRESS DAY at the Kentucky State by the Democratic nominee for governor and the Democratic press, what Coulmu (1 on pwte reason has any Democratic voter not to Gets Promotion. vote for it?" will read my speech and be can If he Fair. Fied Pierce has been promoted asdid he will find that I spent much time The train will leave Cloverport six sistant to H. Behen, agent a' the HenSATURDAY'S GAME severely criticising and opposing the o'clock a. m Returning, it will leave derson Route station here. He is first part of the Republican platform, Louisville six o'clock p.m. seventeen years of age. which is as follows: Made One More Defeat For The We recognize the high character and ability, and the distinguished public HardinsCloverport Greys services of President Taft, and cordial3 to 1 burg Victorious-Sco- re ly endorse bit administration, and unreservedly endorse him for lenomina-tio- n in loll. W heartily commend The Cloverport Greys were defeat our Republican senator and reprt-set- i ed on the local diamond by the Hardtatives in congress for the assistance insburg boys Saturday evening by the they have given to the national admin- s ore of three to one. Both pitchers by UtiiyArd Kipling istration. were in good form, striking out eleven Re"We approve and endorse the men each. Tne score stood as fo.iows: you cau keep your head when all about you publican administration of the affairs 1 a H TTj 0 7lTT"lTTT Are losing theirs und blaming it on you; of the state, etc." H burg 1 0 0 o 8 0 u 0 0 " 3 If you can trust yourself when all men douht you, I am sure there is not a Democrat or 1 1 oTo 0 0 000T Hut make allowance for their doubtiiiir, too; a Democratic nswspaper iu Ken ucky Pate and TuckBatteries; for part of the RepubIf you can wait and not be tired by waiting, that approves that Hook and Thomas: two lican pl.ttform to which I have referred. er; Of, beino; lied abuut, don't deal in lies, Of cuurse, the various sections of the base hit Pate: stolen bases, M. Brown, Or, being hated, don't give way to hatiug, Republican pjatform which contain W. Osborne 8, M. Williams, Hook, J And yet don't look too good nor talk too wise; made 5 errors, principles which Democrats have been Hall, M. Tucktr:C-por- t 6; H burg, 2; hits 5; endorsing for years are not opposed, Jf you can dream and not make dreams your but all other parts of the Republican Bases 011 balls, off Pate 3; time 1:3s; master; made two in platform, inconsistent with the Demo- umpire, White. If you can think -- aid not make thoughts your opposed by me and 5th on singles by M. Brown and Oscratic platform, are aim; borne and errors by Hall and by Democrats generally. The Sprague, the largest aud most powerful tow boat used on American rivers, anchored at Cloverport near the Murray Roofing Tile Plant last Wednesday to wait for the twenty foot rise in the Ohio. She pulled out Thursday morning about 6 o'clock with her thirty six barges of coal for New Orleans. Wednesday night parties on The Mary Jane and other launches, went up Misses to visit the giant tow boat. Heyser, Cleona Weatherholt, Ray Mildred Babbage and Ora Hendricks, Messrs. Lafe Behen and John Felix Jarboe walked up to the plant and went down to the river to get a glimpse of the wonderful Sprague. They got lost in the weeds on the bank and the Captain heard them laughing and called to them. The search light was thrown out and in a few minutes Capt. Carrol sent his mate in a skiff for them They It is spent over two hours on the boat 321 feet long, has everything from a cook stove to an ice plant on it. There Not a were .seventy men aboard. woman is allowed on The Sprague, but down in the engine room pasted on the walls are pictures after pictures of beautiful girls. Ths engine is thirtv-siThe stern hundred horse power. wheel is as high as Nolte's store In The Sp'ague also has a bakery, fact, everv convenier.ee is provided for the captain and his crew. They live well. Thev have good food and plenty of it, cooking a barrel of potatoes for one meal. After being delightfully entertained ami given a comulete tour of the enti-boat, Capt. Carrol brought the party 10 the East Side harbor iu his private launch. x Mrs. Wood Writes. Dear Kditor: I fe that want to tell you that could rot do without The Breckenridge News as it gives me I I so much good word from home which my friends do not give me in a letter. When my time is out, I want to sub- Nominate Marshall Norton The us bend. You need no map nor aha rt. only the love of the Master. So open the doors of your hearts for God. Miy God bless you all, is my prayer. Mrs. Win. Woods, Louisvil e, Kjf. scribe for a year Standard Bearer of DemoIn reading the news I find so many In cracy Breckenridge deaths unexpected to me. I am sorry ta know that we must give up so many County. of our good Cloverport friends, but still God knows best when to take them. MEET AT HARDINSBURG. Dear friends of Cloverport, open the doors of your hearts, heedless of class and creed, when you hear the cry of a The Democratic Convention met at brother's voice, the sob of a soul In Hardinsburg lat Mondav at two o'clock need, to the singing heavens that over P. M. to nominate a eindidate for the Legislature, Hou. T. J, Moore presiding The delegates assembled promptly and were c.ilied to order by the chairman. The purp-s- e of the meeting was stated by the chair, and the convention was immediately organized. The was some little wrangle over the report of the committee on credentials, some of the districts not being properly represented, but thi- - matter was fin illy settled and the body got down to business The chairman called for the nomination of candidates and the name of Marshall Norton was presented by G.is Brown and seconded by James Jarbou, from Mooleyville precinct. D. H Severs was put in nomination by Mavor Birry, of Cloverport, and seconded by V. G. B.hbuge Tne MOM of Brawl Henderson was also but botn ot the last named gentlemen withdrew their names from the convention before the first call of the precincts were completed, and a member moved that ;he choice of Marshall Nrtou be :aaiic uoauimous. which was done amidst yreat enthusiasm. Mr. Norton was escorted to the chair, and in a few well chosen remarks thanked the convention and the Democrats of the county for the honor tney had conferred upon him and concluded by say. ing that he would be a winner at the November election. The meeting then adjourned, pre.-ente- New Officers. The Larlies Aid Society of the Methodist church has elected the following officers: Mrs. Forrest Lihlfoot, pre-- , sident; Mr. Shelve Oonr.d, Uiaa Li;:j;e bni'.lmau, secretary; Mrs. r.'lcklifff DiHaven, Treasurer. t; Miss Weatherholt At Home. Miss Stella Weatherholt has left the dry go uis department ot Nolte's sio:e and will not return unti' text January. She has many friends who have no'iced her absence. Her sister, Mis Cleona Weatherholt, has taken her position. IRWIN PRESIDENT Of Henderson Gayce Route Again Secretary Elected Treasurer -- Botts IF Louisville. Ky.. Sept G The an nua: meeting ot the stockholders ot BIG SUM the Louisville, Henderson & St Louis Ri'road company wai he'd ysterdiy morning iu the Columbia building. At the meeting of tne directors after the adjournment of the stockholders Lucicn J Irwin was reelected to the office of president. This election resulted as follows: Direct on Harry WsUsiuger, L. J. Irwin, William Marshall Bullitt, otto Marx, W L Mipother, Oscar Fenley. Milton H. Smith, J H Bllil and John L Helm Officers L. J. Irwin, president; W. L. Mapother, vice president, Ridgely t'ayce. Secretary, and L. W. Botts, RAISED IN HARDIN COUNTY I JIf 1 At a meeting of good roads enthusiasts he d at K i.abentown, Ky.,Tnur-daof Ifst week it was announced that a total of $41,000 had been raised by the various solicitors at work among the citizens of Hardin county tor funds to secure the route ot the Lincoln Way through that city and Hardin county. Tne first estimate of that .vriount needed to clinci the project was f jO.OOO. Tne citizens are el ited that more than the amount sought was r.vsed. y treasurer. Miss Nolte Leaves. daughter Miss Eloise Nolte the popular of Mr. and Mrs. . C. ai on August HI, asked me the follobinspjrt Defeats lrintn "Are you in favor lowing questions: heavy hitting Tobinsporters The of the extension of the county unit law found little trouble in taking the long in Kentucky, etc. and when di you II come to that conclusion?" Which were end of a to b score on the rivermen's diamond Saturday. Poor fielding and promptly answered by me in my Bowling Green speech as follows: "I have already weak batting caused Irvington to eudo;se lose. iid in my speech 10 lay that May-fiel, 1 1 Judge O'Rear, in his speech every section t tiie Democratic platInteresting Game At Hrymlre form adopted at the state convention at i,.i.t j au interesting game of baseLouisville on August 15,l!ll, but I will ball was played on the Fry mire diatay now specifically I am in favor of the extension of the present local op- mond Saturday, Sept. 9, between Hon e tion law as applied to the sale of liquors, and Frymire. The' scores stood close so that the citizens of each and every ' to tallying until the 7th inning it was county in the state may determine for tl to ft in Home's favor, butisthrmh themselves whether bpirituous. vinous ' and 9th innings the Frymire boys or malt liquors may be sold therein." I "polled" the bail so, at the closeof the -I, a I t'mmm vsi These are the exact words ot trie state H anil, viil oiuiv aivvw t, j 114 of home boys Den, icratlc platform. "1 came to this conclusion some time Mrs. Lynch Returns. ago when the question of the extension of the county unit law became promi Mrs. Wm. Lynch left Saturday inoi nent, and I regarded it as the best plan lag for Louisville to speud u tew days to settle an important question. " If Judge O'Rear had read on the day at the State Fair, after which she will of the state Democratic convention the return to her home at Allen, Ky. Mrs published account of the views of the Lynch says that the mountain boys and state Democratic candidates for office 'girls take more interest in school than bo woulJ have known that I and all they do brre, and that tbe W. C T. U. other candidates for state offices were baa an excellent school at Hindmau. v 11 I If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same; If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted ly knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to broken, And stoop and build Vm up with wornout tools; If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pilch and to-And Iosr, and start airaiu at your beginnings And never rains' I word about your If von can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And hold on when there is nothing in you Kxcepi the Will whicli ay to them. "Hold on!'' If you can walk with crowds and keep your virtue. Or walk with Magi nor lose the common touch; If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you; If all men count with you, but none too much; If you can till the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run Yours is the earth and everything that's in it, And -- which is more you'll be a man my son! s. lo-s; young Nolte, Chatlie Moorman, of Hardiu county, leaves next Monday for Louisville to got the premium on the best horse colt euter the Cross School. Miss Nolte has and Hnry Livers took the premium on resigned as assistant secretary ot the the mule colt at Drury's Colt Show at Methodist Sunday School and as secre Irvington. tsry of the Epworth League. Mr Kldred Bibbige was elected to the No Butter At Smart's League office, Takes Premiums. -- Methodist Conference. Mrs Cnas. Smart and daughters, Misses Jane and Francis Smart, were Mrs. Smart said in town Saturday. Tin Louisville conference M. E. that last week was the first time in church will conveae with the tirccn-vlll- e fifteeu years that she did not have church, Wednesday, Sept. 27. At butter to sell. No wouder Cloverport icatt 5oo delegates, imu'sters and vishas had a butter famine. She used to itors will attend. Greenville previous sell as high as 3 pouuds per week H ,s ly entertained the conference in and188o. Central City entertained the conference Ave years ago, the 27th of Garrett Walker. this month. Central City Aryus. -- .. .. . 1. Lt S ., w: T .uiss unuilii vjaticn, ui uklij ruiH, aud HaiuU Walker, of Clover Creek, wre married Sept 7th., at iheorae of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom C . Dr. Howard Leaves. Garrett. The groom Matt ngly, Ky., Sept. 10. (Special. ) Win. Howard left Saturday for is the son of Mr and Mrs. Louisvue, where he will be the guest Hardin Walker aud is a properous young of hit daughter. Mrs Charley Howard. fsrruer. Tbe brideis a lovely young Tbe Doctor has been very aiuk and Is girl. They will make their home with not much improved. He will be greatly missed in thia community. the groom's patents - Dr. Custer; Allen Baum, of Mattlngly, and Curious Seleetive Peveert Exhibited by the Tongue. Chas. A. Erlle Cooney, of MeCuAdy; salt and Four classes Newspaper Closer Compton, of Henderson, and Viola arid have lwen sweet, bitter, the sense Stands The assigned to Ben t H..rpe; Chapin, of Cloverport; Knows and Mary Cirman, bith near Hardin-- - of taste In human beings These four To The People-Edit- or classes with their combinations produce all the delicious sensations that More People Than Any Other hurg;. Marvin B?ard was in St. Louis last we asrrlbe to taste aa well aa all the Man. iwrk purchasing a fall stock of fOti disagreeable Impressions of thnt sense Co. for B. F. Beard newspaper is a greater Miss Lillie McGlothlan was here sevThe local of the moral and material in eral days last week Irom Irvington. terests cf the people than any other Mack Brown, who has been at home If it is one (actor in a community. for sometime with a disabled arm, it true to the traditions of the craft, to returns his work as guard at stand between the peo- the Eddyville penitentiary. never fails to might befall ple and any harm that "Bres 1 linking uccess Is guaranteed newspaper is closer to the them. The if you use the Lewisort REST I'l.ur. " exception of people, with the possible Sil by J. H. (iirdntr. the church, than any other institution The editor, says In the community. Liverpool (O.) Review, know TREES PROVE OF GREAT the East man in any trade, more people than any BENEFIT TO PUBLIC ROADS in the comm.inity. or MM profession wants, their wishes, He knows their follies, their Make Them Look Ornamental and Protheir weaknesses, their He M the custheir virtues. tect Traveler! From 8un. vices and He of their innermost secrets. todian gruesome skeleton has gazed upon the family It has lxpn po'"tpl out thnt fruit closet withpractically every in trees nre grown along the hlgbwnys f his newspaper, in the jurisdiction not speak out and tell all of European countries and ore and if he were to n community would be only an ornnnient and comfort, but ne knows, the source of revenue nt the same time. shaken from center to circumference Cherry trees, the fruit trees most used But with the revelations of scandal. In (iorm.uiy. gro v quite Inrge, about does not choose to speak out in that thirty feet high, with n crown spread he manner, for he desires to exploit only of equal dimension, nnd remnin sound the good that men and women do and mnny years after having reached full He would growth. thus exalt the community. Apple nnd pear trees, like rather exploit vittue than to expose the cherry, grow to great height nnd vice, notwithstanding that the majority spread nnd would therefore be suitof the reading public are clamorous for able for avenue planting. But It is His purpose is to desirable to use trees with persistent the sensational. elevate the standing of his publication as well as that of the community. cod-ervat1 NEXT TO CHURCH Mills, and Lulie Durbin, of Oarfield; R. H Milburn and Zenith Board, both of SENSE OF TASTE. Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . The tongue, however. Is not equally sensitive In all parts to these sensaIndeed, It has been shown that tions different tastes result from the same stimulus when applied to different places on the tongue. The tip of the tongue, for instance, Is moat sensitive to sweet and to acid tastes, while It Is far less capable of perceiving a hitter taste than any other part of the organ Some persons are unable to perceive any bitter taste when quinine Is np plied only to the tip of the tongue At the back of the tongue the bitter ih s of the drug Is perceived nt UN An explanation of the curious MlM tlve powers exhibited bp the tongue Is that a variety of nerve fibers are present in that orgnn. each kind being MtMttVt only to one of the four principal classes of tnste. These nerve fibers nre distributed in varying numbers over different parts of the tongue. At the tip. for example, the nerves thnt nre sensitive to sweet and acid stimuli nre most numerous, and accordingly In that locality those tastes nre the At the ones most readily perceived back of the tongue, on the contrary, tlie nerve tiliers concerned in the perception of bitterness prevail over the ot tiers. -- New York Press. . . ' . ' . - .Shorthand Bookkeeping. Typewriting. Knpltl . . c nil illation. .. . . .CrtU Service. .OoasMieasstJ law. . penmanship. Commercial (Jeogriinhy. ..Heading. Punctuation. . . . . . Arithmetic .Spelling. ffagtten. fJrntiiiuar. . . . . . ..flanking. Commerce. . . Use of Adding Machine and other office devices. Name . Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." PERFORMING Perils E. B. Miller, Pre. ?!fcr NJfciS t5iir-- . OwensborO, Ky. LIONS. tr ttMsc (svsii. SJfcisr Kyt-- . People Owe A Debt. BssSfllaMSffllpOTB .jdBBBYftlVi The peonle of every community owe a debt of graditude to their newspapers. Some of them are n3t always eager to discharge that debt. They are rather inclined to give the editor the worst of it. They seem to forget for the time being that th; newspapers have already shielded, or defended them, in their private lives and saved them from busiThe ness ruin and social ostracism. wmld probably do the same thin again even in the face of provocation and the memory of those peo The trouble is pie's base iugradit.ide. that, while exposing the moral obliquity of some, pain and sorrow and humiliation are brought upon others who are innocent. That is another reason why newspaper remains the quiescent under aggravating circumstances. new-paper- s d nt aaaeaealaawaMMBuasBaaVMBueaateLA - SHADED ROAD. fruit which the wind does not shake off; hence the preference for the cher- ry tree. Nut trees, like walnut, pecan or hickory, might possibly yield n small profit a few years after planting. Of the forest trees those would be preferable that attain large size, thnt are long lived, that withstand high winds and grow symmetrical without being trimmed into shape every year or JJDuirrh tea ll always m ne or less'pre-vals.1 n ing S ptemHer. He prepared two. These would Include the oak. for it. Chiiii'ierliin's Colic. Cholera and nackberry, linden, sycamore, varieties Diarrhoea Kisasytj is prompt and effect- of hard maple and others. To Insure success in planting trees ual. It etti always hi depend"! upon in their selection and is pleas nit la take. l; r sale by all rare must be taken with reference to the soil in which dealers. they are to be planted Some varieties, like the oak. locust and cot ton wood, will grow In any soli, while the elm HARDINSBURG and sycamore must have a deep loam free from BlkaH to develop into perfect peel Bens and nttnln a long life. late for lust week. As we have a great variety of native Dr. W, A. Walker and family left last trees It will not be dltllcult to find a week for Sturgis, where they will re- suitable species for almost any soli. side. The church, the Sunday Bchool and the society of Hardhisb urg lose a Roasting an Egg. The best of highly prlsad family. Every boy and girl down on the farm neighbors, tiieir going is distinctly tell in limes gone by used to roast eggs, and universally regretted. pieces of meat and potatoes in embers Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard left last in the old wood rook stove or in the Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. ROSCOS big open fireplace. Barns arum aoarrh Severs, at Hintou, Va. They wilt visit I'd for In ns' Beats, and the line, fresh eggst Were wrapped in heavy paper Washington City before returning. The pape r was dampened, and aereral Mrs. C W Moorman, of Cloverport, t lii Unesses of i: protected the eggs has been the guest ot Mrs. J. K. You know, wet pafrom sforehiug. per in a hall is hard lo Imrn. Well, After an absence of a few weeks in the "rapped up eggs were put on the the institute tatd in Webster anil other live coals and partially covered by Western Kentucky towns, Prof. F A. then In from live to Iftaaa minutes 'he egg was roasting hot and ready l'eake has returned to Kingsvvood, eat with sill, pepper and batter, to A where he is engaged in teaching. pin hole was i;::;de in the big end of Mm Blanche Smith, of Durham, N. the egg so lis lo let the sl"nm es.ape C. .arrived last wbek to be ready for her to Map it from bursting the shell and If you work as first assistant in the High lbs meals from running out Imve never as a small boy mustcd such School. MHJI you haVC missed one of childJoel T. Shrewsberry i carrying a hood's greatest joys. New York Press beautifully wrought hickory cane, the product of his skill with a pocket knite. Master WilUajn Evans, one of In For It! hustling businesslike boys, is First Sim.ll better be good. Seeord Small Hoy Why? First recovering (VOsfl an attack of fever. - I heard doctor tell mother Misses Julia and Lillian McGiyttin Small Hoy to take plenty of exercise. Woman's have returned to tiieir home in LouisHome Companion. ville after a visit to Clara Hi.ston and to the Misses Whitworth. Electr c Light Globes. Mr. and Mrs. JuVi T. Jarboe left Klectrle II, hi globes may be hetiply by dipping in a thin frosted or 11 I. Saturday tor Bra, Barilla; solution of white hslfsr and nleohol, Mrs. Mary Dinnis, ol (iarliuld, is the to which may he added tiny desired guvst ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jar Due. Sara St. Komiiald's Academy oj ene Monday with a big attendance and fine A Texas Wonder. prospects fur the year. Mr. and Mrs.C.C Beasley, of Orlando, Florida, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. The Texa Wonder curts kidney and bladdar troubles, removing gravel, W. I'eytof, ot the Commercial Hotel. Miss Liuille Haswell left lu it week rnrss rttshstm. weak and lame sac it, Different Opinions. for Louisville, where she will visit ner rncumatism, and all irregularities of There are so uiuny differing opinions. brother, the Hon. Julia P. Haskell, for the kidneys and bladder in both men A young married womuu's idea of an u few days, after winch she will go to and women, kegulatss bladder troubshe Caruthersville, Mo., to respme her les in children. If not sold by vour lmortant news Item is tbe uuuieCupl-ta- l druggist will ls sent by mail ou re- bus glveu tj her baby Topeka work of teachiug uiumc. ceipt of ?i Oue small bottle is'two The colored school opened lust Mon- month's treatment and selc'oni fails to same teachers at last year. Before and After. day with the perfsct a cure. Dr. E W. Hall, Wit Tbe glutton U always thinking of H. C. Walker, Olive atieet, Marriage liceuses: si Louis, Mo. Send for what be is going to eat. tbe dyspeptic of Matuugly, and Lcoua Garrett, of Kentuoky testimonials. Sold by drug of wbat be bas Just eaten New York Cloverport; Jew Howard, of Clifton gists. tiesa i 11 .i 'i .i v Kin-cheloI Hard-insburg's Hoy-We'M;-,1 That .Come With Mar;?ing Those Vicious Animala. I asked Captain Konnvlta once whnt he considered his mo- -i dangerous moment when he performed with his twenty-seveHe said that he lions. TERRIBLE WEAPONS. thought It was when be first entered the arena. The moment before, when Ferocious Knives Wielded by the Nabe hud to drive this great herd of lions tives of Hindustan. in. was almost as bad, but the first The weapon common to every part minutes when the crowd of lions of Hindustan, so as to deserve the few entered were terribly uncertain and " name of the national nrm. is the undoubtedly the most dangerous. This is a broad, two edged dagIn the first place, with such a crowd ger, the hilt of which is formed somethere was the danger at being pushed thing like an H- the hand grasping the crossbar, which is generally double, or knocked down Then there wns the among then) or of while the side bars extend on each danger of tripping stepping on their tails, for many of side of the wrist. Some kntars are made with five i hem would lie down and roll over nnd blades which unite Into one. but by over us u preliminary to the performsqueezing toirether the crossbars di- ance, and it he were uot struck by verge like the lingers of a hand when tbelr feet he was just as likely to be struck across the fuce or body with s the thrust has petti given. Other nre made In sets of two or even their strong, ropelike tails. In getting them into their places three, of diminishing sizes, the blades of the larger being hollow and form- there was also considerable danger, for In such a crowd It is difficult to ing sheaths for the smaller Some ot the southern Indian kntars. treat each animal according to its peknown as "death givers." are immense culiar Idiosyncrasies, nnd a Hick of the weapons, nearly two feet long In the whip intended for one lion who would blade, and the hilts are a mass of be fairly indlffereut to it Is likely to fantastic scrollwork nnd mythological be caught by another to whom It Will notstefa, the cobra with expanded mean instant revolt. In any sort of revolt the whole number will always bond Bearing largely. There is also the "bich'hwa." or side with the one that caused It. Ellen , in , Velvin In McClure's. . -' . .nigmi;, i'm'u n ger: the "kli.-- jar." n Inrger form of the anrne and the "peshkabz." or NAPOLEON'S POLICE. hunting knife. But none of these elaborate area pons has about It the terrl-bl- An Incident That Shows How Closely businesslike" look of the Khyber They Vere Watched. knife (fh'hnrai. with its ponderous sinDuring the reign of ICmperor Napogle edtred tnpering blade nnd plain leon I. at a dinner in I'aris the conver-MtkIvonr hilt. Chambers' Journal. turned upon the emperor and bis governiiieiii One of the com pn unNo Black on Nature's Palette. remarked l ha l he was a great man. Nature uses no black In any part of but wus too fond of war. When the her work I will not except the black- - party broke up a gentleman who was berrv and tin so called block pausy. present requested to speak in private On n bright, clear day shadows on the to the person who hud made that obsnow are pale ultramarine blue; under servation. "Sir," snid he, "I am sorry a blue sky in midsummer the color of for it, but i must request you to go the plneid lake is cobalt blue and the with me to the police." shadows on the grass are lilac: on a "Why?" said the other In the greatweathered gray boardwalk they nre est apparent alarm. "I have said nothnearly as blue as the sky Itself. The ing against the emperor but what evpalpitating aimosphere of a warm ery oue must acknowledge, that he Is July day lifts the coloring of the land- too fond of war. There can be uo scape to a higher but softer key in- barm in that." stead of rednelng it with grny. and in "With that I hnve nothing to do. the autumn, when the sugar maple's You must go with me to the police." leaves are turned to gold, the shad- The other uow begun to show the ows on the trunk and every gray rock strougest symptoms of fear. He enin the vicinity are tinged with strong treated tbe police agent in the most In fine, when the sun shines pathetic language to huve compassion lllnc. everything, even the shadow which on him. The other, however, stood we are prone tn believe is gray, is re- unmoved by all his solicitation, when plete wlrb color. -- K. Schuyler Math- suddenly the man lose from his knees ews. and burst into a laugh, to the utter astonishment of the police agent. Pie In Art. "You think you hnve caught me." An artist In Chicago tells of a lady said he. "You are a 8py of the police. In that town who. with her maid, went So am I, and was put over you to see to purchase a stlil life picture for her w hether you would do your duty." dining room She selected a eativas on which were painted a bunch of Imbeciles' Marvelous Memory. flowers, a pit cut in two and a roll Some imoeclleB art endowed with and was about to pay $'." for it when excellent memories and thus are en her maid approached lo whisper in her ubiel to acquire a great wealth ot exear. Hut. the lutelligence ot the "Excuse mo. ma'am," said the serv perience. being detective, the memory am. but you are making a bud bar- imbecile mechanically, gain saw a picture very much like is all lopsided It works The without judgment 04 selection this sold the other day for 115." most Inslgnitii iint miles are treasured "And wus it as good as ihisV" most important facta "Itetter. inn'iun There wns a good Just liketo tbe Owing tbeli marvelous meuiorv " l.liiluiott deal more pie in It. tunny Mipenoi idiots are uot rstrog nized hs such in sehool. but. on Its Indisputable Proof. contrury. ure eoiisidereii to 6i verv The Landlady - The gentleman thnt gifted pupils mistake occur- - sat wns occupy lie: the room lust. sir. was penally when ihey ure good natured a literary person The Possible Tenant A close examination and agreeable -- What makes ,vou think he was lit-til leu led idiots haw Landlady - Why. he hud Shows that lien erary? The learned ever) thing like u latt8UstfSpl Ink on his linger, air. an' be went utid repriMluce other ieople's thoughts, Cleveii way without paying his board. oplnious Hint judgments Where such land I'luiu I'caler. imbeciles ar living in simple, prlinl tlve. Idyllic surroundings their soft Oitcrimination. spots may pass unnoticed, but in the "What do you charge for your severe menial strains it life In mod rooms?" eru greut cities tne may become the "I'l e dollars up." most dangerous elements ot society. "Bui I'm a student" I.OUdoll tilobe "Then It s S3 down " Cornell Widow n "ka-lar.ka-tnr1 Etsf rwl- Wolse S - 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. West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky (EESl SCeSI rSfS 7 Notice to Taxpayers If you want to save the penalty and cost, please meet me or one of my deputies at the following places on said dates: VanZant, Rockvale, Glen Dean September 20 44 McDaniels " " 21 22 23 1 The State has forced me to settle and will have to force you. The 6 per cent penalty goes on December 1, 1911 Yours respectfully, Derrie Sheern JUSTIFIED CONFESSION confess it. Un the other hand, This bauk Willis your business--w- e are justified ia asking your patronage. It U not alwavs the biKkjest bank that (jives you the strongest protection or the service The STRENGTH of a bank depends as much upAnd the details of its on its MANAOEMENT as upon its CAPITAL. management all largely upon its directors. The directors of this bank It is their business to direct tlie affairs of the ure large utockholders. bank,, making personal examinations of its business, thereby having accurate knowledge at all times of its affairs, and safeguarding the interest of every depositor. we know we MATTHIAS Mil l W k. BARMS, I K. President iJ. D. C. ke President OIKBCIOKS J W Guthrie. Hustun Alexander 2. SHAW, Cashier Ml Mtkkk Asst Cashier Allen Ah hi K. Kiiululut, Skillmaii J. Or. W. Teaff L. A. C. Glasscock Wm. Milner THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburjr, Ky. Love L:tter of a Kaffir. Here Is a K illir love letter; Dear MIsh K Naaben. I have great In ihuniterina ihe width of mjr opinion thut "hall thank for klndnesa If you will give me the prlvtlear of letterlns 1 SUBSCRIBE NOW and keep in touch with the Political Situation i with you concerning love aa your most winning faca nan drawn my serious at tentluo to you. mid that I shall appreciate you In anticipation of an early reply mid also terminating this with supreme of high eaunclatlua. SAalUO ii niisVsll tr L .... ML. iL i SPECIAL TRAIN Cloverport And Intermediate Stations To Louisville And Return, Thursday. Sept. 14 At On Account Kentucky Day Kentucky State Fair, Special train will leave Cloverport Sept. Hat 8 a. tn., returning, leave Louisville at 6 p. m. dame day. $.VOO round trip. Hillous? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue roated? Hitler taste? Complexion sallow? Liver needs waking op. Doan's Regale ts cure bilious attar k. 2r ceeti at any drug store. GUSTON. Held over (rom last week. Several from this place attended Drury's Colt Show at Bewleyville Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rine Cox and little daughter, of Irvington, were guests of Jim Smith's family Sunday. Mrs. G. P. Paul is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Owen Kasev, of Bewleyville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, of near Brandenburg, visited Mrs. Malissa Smith Friday. Mrs. Nannie Robertson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kagin. at Frank- fort. Mk Oscar Rice and Miss Ava Ander son spent Sunday at Ekron. Messrs. Myers and Masena Anderson came ciown Saturday afternoon from Louisville in an automobile and attended Masonic Lodge at Bewleyville Saturday night. Misses Hattie Chisni and Hallie Thompson were visitors of Mrs. Frank Thompson's last week. Mrs. Raymond Durbin and children left Saturday to join her husband at Anchorage, where they will reside in the future. Miss Minnie Stitn, after spending her vacation at her father's, Z. T. Stith, left Saturday to resume her duties at Washington City. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Digestion And Assimilation. It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and assimilated that gives strength and vitality to the system. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions naturally. For sale by all dealers. RAYMOND Held over from last week. J Compton spent part of last week with her sister, near Garfield, who was very sick. Henry Cashman was at Stepbensport last week. Mrs. Harriett Parks, of Clifton MUk, came Sunday to visit Mrs. S. A. Stiff. Mrs. Jess Knott and daughter, Miss Edyth, and son, Rhoda, Mr. and Mrs. June Hall and daughter, Lenora, and Mr. C. H. Bassett were at Stephens-por- t Mrs. Taylor Thursday. Miss Myrtle Deacon, of Lodiburg, visited Mrs. Lillie Cashman Sunday. since she reThis is her first visit-herturned from Hannibal, Mo. Glad to welcome her home. Mist, Annie Reynolds, of Frymire spent Tuesday with Mrs. Leon Cash, , man. Mrs. Ola Robbins and two children, of Amnions, spent Saturday and Sun-da- y with her father, J. S. Ater, and was accompanied home Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ater and children. Several from near here atterfded an ice cream supper and ball at the Arnold School House Saturday night. Miss Leo Cashman is recovering from typhoid fever. Winfield Hendry and Chester Chap-pel- l, of Irvington, visited here Sunday. Mrs. Frank Collins and son, Master Avitt Eubank, of Hannibal, Mo., attended church and visited relatives here Sunday. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Farmers, mechanics, railroader!, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Klectic Oil. Take the sting out of cutf, burnt or bruises at once. Patu cannot ttaywhcre it ii used. LODIBURG Held over from last week. MissMable Adkitson,of Owensboro, spent the week-en- d with her cousin, lilts Blanch Hobertson. Misses Mamie Adkisson and Alma Key were vinltors of Mrt. Nannie BanPetition For Stock Law. Frymire Sunday Mr. and Mn. J H. Avitt were the I m Mail oiiirrs grtekearMte gueett of Mr. and Mrs Eugene Bean O petition far wtM.-- l,n un y v rt champ, of Clifton Mill, Sunday. It appearing to the Court, after havMm Mav Watllngton waa the guest ing btrn sufficiently advised, tnat Wm. Hall and , hers on petition lor of Mre. Charlie Payne at Hardinsburg law, being lin number more than a stM I twenty last week. naving signed the petition, ano being Clyde Hardin, of Chicago, wit the each and all nvtr tne age of 21 ears, and legal and qualified voters in Magisguest of Sam Brown latt week. terial District No. 4, of Brecker.ridge The protracted meeting which hai County, Ky., known as Hew eyvlue Magisterial District, and said petition been in progress at Walnut Grove for having been presenttd to tie county the latt two weekt, doted last Tuet-dt- court of said county at its regular term in August, I'll I, praying and asking for with 21 additione. a vote to take the sense of the legal and Miss Myrtle Deacon, who hat been qualified voters in said Magisterial Disvisiting her sitter In Hannibal, Mo trict No I. of county of Brecken-ridge- , known as Bewleyville Magisterreturned home latt week accompanied ial District, upon the question Of I, by her titter, Mrt. Sal ie Collins. we will whetr.er or not cattle generally shall Bread baking is guaranteed a tuc-cet- t run at large in said Magisterial District; if you ute Lewisport BEST Flour it being the desire of the petitioners herein to prohibit the running at large of all cattle generally and not only ier For bowel complaints in children al tain species thereof. URCHA5E a from home to LouisThe said petition having been preways give Chamherlain't Colic, Choltra ville. When you in completed in Remedy and castor oil. sented 1911, open court at said August and Diarrhoea term the same is now ordered sales It it certain to effect a cure and when tied of record, and the said petition given vou sales checks, which reduced with water and sweetened if having been duly filed more than ho each nur- pleasant to take. No physician can pre- days prior to the next regular Novemonce, Desk, floor. end ber election to be held in November scribe a better remedy. For 'sale by all I9I I, at which County of we will in 5 per and State officers dealers. may be voted for and the petiticners of up to railof having de osited with the County road fare. Court the sum of 37 00 dollars the amount required of them by the court FRYMIRE. to hold said election for the expense f same in said district upon said question It is now ordered by the court that Held over from last week. said election be held on the next reguOwing to the nice rain which fell lar election day in November. Mill, in Brecken-tulglast week, farmers are very buty plow- Magisterial District, No. 4, of Bewlev e County, Ky known as ing ground to tow wheat. ville Magisterial District of said county canMr. and Mrs. Spath, of Tell City.lnd. and a poll or polls be opened and ballots each pi 11, if there be more visited their aunt, Mrt. G. W. Dodson printed forfor than one, the purpose of taking the Saturday. sense of the legal voters in said district Rev. Bolton preached an interesting upon said question of whether or not generally shall run at large in sermon at the tchool house on Satur- cattle district; said that said election end day night and returned to Raymond notice thererecf and a copy of th:s for hit regular appointment Sunday order be published in the Breckenridge e News, a newspaper published in Miss Mary Gale Cawthon has returnCounty Ky., giving notice of ed to her home in Louisville after said election, and that same be publishspending the summer with Mrs. H. L. ed in H separate issues of said paper and for more than 2.) days prior to said elecBruner. tion. Miss Mayme Adkisson, of Lodiburg The County Court Clerk is hereby spent Saturday with Mr. and Mis.C. W ordered and directed to have the bali lots for i r various precincts in said Ave mm Bandy. INCORPORATED Magisterial District No i, of Brecken-ridgKeys and brother, Wil Miss Alma County properly prepared and bur. were guests of their aunt, Mrs. the question printeil upon the said ballots as follows, "Are you in E. F. Kroush. favor of making it unlawful for cattle Roy Dodson is ill of typhoid fever. to run at large on the public highways Amandus Biddle has returned to Ind and uninclosed lands of the Bewleyville Magisterial District, No t " iana after spending a few days with And thfj officers of the regular Novhis parents. ember election I9II, are hereby directMrs. Bower, of Indiana, is the guest ed to open a poll at each and all voting precincts if there be more than one in of her son, R. W. Bower. said District for said purpose as aforeMesses Lillie Biddle and Myrl Bash-a- said herein. L. L. Waggoner, attended church at Raymond Sun 13 poles; S. Judge Breckenridge County Court. S. :i2, E. poles to the 48 B 3O pcles, S. 3O, E U mouth of a day. A Copy Attest: hoc thence up the branch S. 76, W. H. M . Beard, Stanford Hrasl.ear was the pleasant Doles; S. 50. W zvi poles; S, 41, W, Clerk Breckenridge County Court. la 0 guest of Mi9s Aima Wathen Sunday. poles: S. SI, W. 26 poles; S ti6. W. 10 poles; S "17 W. VI po'es: S. 19, V The Misses Biddle entertained a 5 polet; S. 40. V 11 poles; 8. 44. W. large crowd of friends Sunday after6 poles; S 52, W 10 poles; S. 60, W. MATTINGLY S poles: N. H, W. poles: S. 42, w. noon. The music rendered by Messrs Dles; 8, SB W. I pales: 8 32, w. Bennett, Austin and Roy O'Bryan was poles S 90, W. 16 poies; N. 54, w. Held over from last week. greatly enjoyed by all. poles N. so, W 8 poles; 8 M. W, poles N. I7&W.30 p let: N 23, W, Dr. Wm. Howard is ill at the home Bread baking guaranteed a success The College will open secpolti N. 20, W. I poles; N 10, v. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen in Cloverif you use Lewisport BEST Flour. polet N. 8, W. 4 poles; N. .'7, W, ond school 1911. port. .'I pcles N. II W S pules; X. at, w, will be "I have a world of confideuce iu Tom Mason, of Evansville, who has 12 poles; to ;in ash; thence N. 8 B. PreparaChamberlain'sCough Remedy for I have been the guest of his brother, Wm. so poles to the begining, :ontaining 4(1 Normal, Collegiate acres by turvey. There is escecttd The used it with perfect success," writes Mason, has returned home. from this boundry a road way y leet college been able to service of Mrt. M.I. Banford, Poolesville, Md. For Mrs. Sam Taul is vsiting her tOBi wide on the entire West end of land. The purcnaser, with approved sale by all dealers. a lady who is FranK Walker, at Hites Run. Chicago Universurety or securities, must execute bond, Mrs. Ernest Pate, of Cloverport, came beanug legal interest from the day or 0 is very best insrtuc-tion- s 01 give out last week to visit her parents, Mr. sale until paid, and having the force STIPHENSPORT can be had. Those who Lein reand Mrs. C. D. Hambleton.and attend- and effect of a judgment of purchase tained to secure pament a or a college course will do ed the baptising at Pisgah. money. Hidoers will be prepared to Held over from last week. Miss Rosa Booman, of Tar Fork, was comply promply with these terms well to give us Lee Walls, Commissioner. Rev. Chas. Shepherd began a series the guest of Miss Settie Pate last Sunday. Good board can be had for $3.00 of meetings at the Baptist church SunMrs. B. F. Frank and daughter, Valday. $3.50 per week. COMMISSIONERS SALE. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson and daugh- eria, went to Patesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brickey enterter, Miss Mary, and Miss Alma PerkAddress all ins, of Cloverport, were guests of Mrs. tained to dinner Sunday the following Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Equity W. Trent, et. al. Plaintiff, guests: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bates, Mr J. Pike Conn one day last week. 1 No. Against H. R. KIRK, Mrs. D. 0. Hughes, of New Orleans, and Mrs. W. I. Taul, Misses Bessie Clyde Kasey, et.al. Dcfendent, 8900. By virture of a Judgement and Order of Owensboro, and Jessie Brickey. and Miss Allie Hughes, of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Chancellor, visitwere the guests of Mrs. Nannie Sills W. PIGOOTT, & rendered at May Term thereof, 11)11, in 0 ed Mr. and Mrs Will Mason Sunday. and Mrs. Bettie Napper last week. the above cause, for the sale ot the Bread baking is guaranteed a success hereinafter described Real Estate and Mrs. W. J. Schoop returned from all costs tierein. I shall proceed to offer Louisville last week accompanied by if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. for sale at the Court House door in father, Signor Blitz. her Hardinsburg, to the highest birlder. at Public Auction, on Monday the 25th Mrs. N. Tucker and her two youngest day of September, I9I I at one o'clock daughters, of Cloverport, were guetts COMMISSIONERS' SALE P. Mm or thereabout (being County of Mrs. E. A. Blaine Sunday. Court d ), upon a credit of six months, tne following described property, Miss Kssie Biggs, of Louisville, is A tract ure -- itfVst in this stronir hank. It's rUkj in town the guest of her sitter, Mre. K. U. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Breckenridge of land lying and being in County, Kentucky, anil is Blaine. Patrick TeatVs Adrm-.l'la'tlor country, to keep lurpfal fundi lying arouiul. iKACT NUMBER THREE, Equity known vs. and beginning at a pile of htone in old Jeny Patrick Teaft't Heirt, Deft. No. R. A. Smith and grand-se- n, pai ticularlv in tho country, where it is dnttjEtrQUa road, H. V. Scott's line; thence with Dennon, have returned from LouisBy virture of a judgement and order his line 8. 1, W 8 poles to Scott's & even to iiirrv money in the pocket. The fanner ville. of iale of Breckenridge Circuit Court Flower's corner 2 post oak, thence can dtpotil bin money here in absolute anfctj, School began here Monday with rendered at October term thereof, 1010, with Flower's line W 1'.'5 poles to two in the above cause, for the sale of the dead jack oaks, with rocks piled around yet with one of our elieek books in the house, Arthur Ater and wife as teachers. hereinafter described real estate, and them in Flower's line, Carters Corner; can ue it almost as fieely us actual cah. saving: Rev. E. B. Fnglish and family, of allcosts herein, shall proceed to offer thence with his and Carman's line N 53 court-houttime ami expense in remitting to door in W. I92 poles to two sand stones piled points, Owensboro, were guests of their par- for tale at the the highest Carman's at and avoiding nsk. Come In and talk it over the ents, Mr. and Mrs H. S. Knglisli latt Hardinsburg, to on Monday, bidder,25th one on N.the other, poles to a corner; I 'ublic Auction, 22, E. 6" pile of the thence week. day of September, 1U11, at one o'clock, stone in J. H. Minters line; thence with next time you're iu town. or Carl Tinius and sitter, Mitt Vera, p. m. , day,) thereabout (being County J. H. and H. E. Minters line due upon a credit of tix and poles a stone on the East side of a Court were guetts of relatives here Sunday. twelve months, the following described large to basin, H. E. Minters & A. B. FIRST STATE BANK, Ky. Mrt. Annie Hok, of Hardinsburg, is property to wit: A certain track or Kaseys corner; thence witn the division lying and being in Hue of A. B. Kasey & H. E. Minter S. the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. H. parcel of land,county, Kentucky, Breckenridge C. PAYNE, and 08 E. 3jM poles to the Beginning, Miller. bounded as follows: Begining at a stone Containing 35 acres, more or less. Out Mrs. Sue Weidding.of Cannelton.was in the Kincheloe line, one pole south of of this is reserved y acre for burying Beginning at a stone the guest of Mrt. Eugene Connor latt a black oak, them e down a branch N. ground, 79, Iv 'i'--i poles to a sassafras; thence marked "N. E." corner to the lot; week. 8. 07, K. lo polet to a sugar tree;then thence 8. 7 W. 23 poles to a stone Mrt. Pool and children, of Owens- ce S. 71, E. '.) poles to a mulberry; marked "S" in Kasey & Carman's line u .. E. M pules to a tnuall thence N. 51 W. .'iH poles to a stone, boro, are guests of her parents, Mr. and thence 8. hickory; tbence N. so, E 6 poles to a marked "K. " in said line, thence S. su, Mrs. Harve Perry. small hickory; thence N. 7 1, K 10 polet E. S3 poles to the beginning. Purchaser, with approved surety or "Bread baking it guarautecd a tuccest to a tinall locust; thence N. II, E H if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour". to a email pertiuimon; thence N. 80, E. securities must execute bond, bearing 14 poles to a double beech; thence N. legal interest from the day of sale until on, K. ti poles to a hickory; thence N. paid, and having the force and effect of "Generally debilitated for yeais. Had m), E. jO poles to a tycamore; thence a Judgment. Lein retained to secure K. tlcj headaches, lacked ambition, was N. M4, E. H 4 poles to a hickory, thence payment of purchase money. Bidders N 47, poles to a email tycamore; will be prepared to comply promptly worn-ou- t and all Hutduck thence N u, W 10 poles to two beech- with thete terms. Blood Bitten made me a well woman. " es on the crack; thence up said creek Lee Walls, Commissioner, OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHAKHACY S. 33tt, E. Id polet; 8. II, E. 1q polet, By Carrie L. Walls, Deputy, Mrt. Cums. Frcitoy, Mootup, Conn. dy of i o-- Free Railroad Trips To Louisville and continuing until further notice rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: y the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Fall Merchandise to advantage Beginning September p ; your round trip ticket your shopping have this store, take your return railroad ticket and are with chase, at to the Credit first South the building, and refund cash. cent your total purchases the amount your Special Notice to Charge Customers Refund made only in cash at time purchase; refund not be credited and at the time of the settlement of the account. Market St. and Breck-enridg- tJ-.- Fourth ..BACONasoNS Louisville Kentucky e Kentucky State Fear largt-branc1 SpeciaJ Attracctiorv in Louisville NOTICE! Irvington its year September II, Four departments maintained: tory; and Husical. has procure the graduated;from sity. She able to the that intend to take preparatory your consideration private and communications to I or J. Sec. Treas n ; t: FARMERS' FUNDS 1 . 53 1 e di-ta- nt :: J. Irvington, Cashier t: H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky lun-dom- THE BRECktNRIDGE jftt, D NEWS, CO. rURfui.t . PIBUSHING Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. '.OVERPORT. KY WEJDNESr AY. SEPT 13. 1911 Subscription FVtol $1.0 a vear in advance. BlINTS LOCAL? 10 rcnt fJtf life, bih) cents f r eneh ad ditional insertion. r YKPS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES ebarnd for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money In advance. e Examine the Inhel on your paper. If it is r,ot correct plea-notify m. .r MARS BALL JIOBTOJf I appearance before a Wo iniHirinp that public audience was ju- -t as L'reen and timid M our JOBDf mww MHrshall Norton, in his lir-- t speech secfcptinf the DtUOCmtk nomi Hut like Monday. at Hnrdinsburjr la.nation for the Lincoln. .Mr. Norton made himself voiy .clear . on the questions . of t J schools and temporance. Ho said ho was tor bettor sctioois ann tno uplift of many poor children all over the county, especially in the rural district-'- . Mr. Norton is a teacher and knows the hard strugHis heart gle of the parents and the children to get an education. the children in the and goal h set on bettering the school system for country. Ho wants better houses, better teachers and longer schools Ho has convictions that And the youne man is deeply in earnest. Von can tell what ho tand- for and where to place are boMtt him. He may not bo as FDOOth in speech and as learned as the wary politician but you can put him down on the side of right every time. Ve congratulate tin' young man for standing like a stone wall for What he think- - right, regardless of who may say nay also the DemoMar-ha- ll Norton can and should be electcrat- for their wise choice. Both Democrat- - and Independents can support him and ought ed. to support him. A he Line .In on hi- - ... Ml 1 Leei-latu- re -t ... . a 1 Taylor Bandy, one of the best known and substantial farmers of Brecken-ridg- e county, died at his home Frb'ay near Irvington. His death was caused from appendrcitlt after B week's illness. Mr. Bandy married Mitt Alice I'ayne daughter of Jas. Hayne, in November, IMS, He is survived by hie wife and two children. May and Zoe. He was M years of age He was the brother of Green and Charlie Bandy and 000 Chas. Bandy, Forrest 9tith,and Mre. W. H. Bowmer interestingly J. II. Hobson. of Roosevelt, Okla. tells a story that one day John D. The tuneral services were conducted Kockefeilow told his office boy to look by the Rev. Mr. Adair, pastor of the for a nickel he had lost. After a dili Irvington Presbyterian church of which gent search he told Mr. Kockefeilow Mr. Bandy was a member. The bur that he could not find it and surely. ial took place in the family grave yard. just a n'ckel made no difference to him But Mr. Kockefeilow demanded the Announcement. boy not to stop and when the nickel showed up, he taid: "My son, that is Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford Jan.oe the way I got my millions by looking announce the engagement of their for tha nickels." laughter, Anne Sterttt, to Mr. LeKoy Isadore Brown, the little son of Mr. Ramp, of Kansas City, Mo. and .Mrs. Julian Brown, of this city, The wedding will take place deposits every nickel he gets in The afternoon October ISth at home. Bank of Cloverport. His deposits often L'o cents a week . run up to t, Mis-dam- offer throiujn monthly duct, free-wil- l ings and pergonal giving. Some of the boy borrowed monry from the I.esgne to go to Atlantic 'it y on at least they would not pay their lines until after their tup Rant Than thay had to for at toon aa they got hack. they ha! little paace until they fetched up tha coin to the treaturar. The town or church that AMI not have an Kpworth League or an active yourg people' club doea not know how much it lackt A League hat recently been organized at Webster. At Nock-porInd , the Epworth League hat a fine bate ball team, and at Leitchfield. Ky.. the League duet a great deal of social work. The Epworth League movement is growing and it hat tone that la at tractive to young men aa well a to the young women. TAYLOR BANDY Dies After A Week's Illness An Influential Citizen Of Community Leaves -- Wife And Two Children Base Ball! at the West End Ball Park Saturday and Sunday SEPTEMBER 16th and 17th 0WENSB0R0 ATHLETICS VS. HENDERSON ROUTES If you want to sec a fast article of base lall now h the time a- - this is one of the fastest teams in the country- 1 lorr fc J. 0 SEATON hoc and W. N. HEAD, p Manarers 101 jjj Louisville Market. -- Are you a Democrat Docs it Have vou a grudge against some n.an in your party doing your best work I If so. you want to get rki of keep vou from the grudge and come to the help of your party. Senator McCreary has tood the test for forty years. Not a word can his opponent say against his record as a party man or an upright, conservative citizen. He is tried and true and why turn him down for an untried man .Judge O'Kear is a man of promi-o- - prompted by the desire. "Anything to make mo Governor". Will-o- n p'ayed the same game. He fooled the people on promises and never made good no not a single one. Mr, Democrat, don't fcil awnv your time voting for these goodv. good promising Republicans. They will fool you sure. I . -? Chnift t directors of the Texns Agricultural sad .Mechanical college has decided ru establish a chair of good ooo roads. The state of Washington and Why is it that girls, whose fathers the state of Virginia have done the or brothers are drunkards, rarely ever same. The Little Hock (Ark.i Gazette, take a firm stand for a temperance nothing thU hopes that the next Arkansas U'RMnturo will do the same cause? of Good Roads. Some people are named for flowers, nations, states and rivers, but rarely ever is a person named for a piece of money. We have heard of a girl whose first name is Fivecents. Her father was disappointed because she was not a boy and he said she was not worth live cents. She was christened Five- cents and although she is now a grown young lady and still goes by the name. her father would not take a million dollars for her. There was a good local and shipping demand on the Louisville muiket Monday for tup hogs at $7.s. Lambs were a shade lower, the best selling for 5 end 3l cents. Best veals 6,' and 7 ceuts. Egg 18 and I9 cent. TO THE CLOVERPORT LUMBER Is in TIE AND COMPANY TEAM In Cloverport, Ky. ROAD Three BUILDING. Colleges States Establish the market for The board Railroad Ties ooo Beavin TucKer said once that he did not mind folks knocking on him be cause as long as they were knocking on Beavin, they were not knocking on anyone else. thing. proprietor of the rock crusher at Mystic, was hero - he has had a lot of trouble getting his plant started He sayBooday. but it is now working tine and he is turning out from four to nine cars of tone a day. Mr. Davis has sale for all the rock he can get out. He makes a penalty of clean, even cut stone. S. W. Davis, --- ooo City people waste little breath in a business way. They depend on signs mostly to inform the public. Down at Fontaine Ferry Park in Louisville you can lind out nearly everything vou want to know without asking a (ues- tion. Hundreds of people buy for the different concessions and never pass a word with the men who sell them The sign at the entrance reads some thing like this: "Admission free: After six o'clock ten cents: Pay Here: How many?"' Last week a Cloverport girl and her chaperone went down to the park a little past six. The girl read the sign and at the ticket booth she inquired: "What time is it? Must I pay now? How much? .Must I buy the tick et here?'' The. man in the booth smiled at the green girl and asked: "Don't you read the signs?" The girl answered: "Yes," then slightly Hushed and add ed, "but I don't believe in them." tic-lot- Uii'j all over this state have bSCV taught to build roads we should sion have better roads." U says. "Son)'! of the graduates in road building would devote themselves to IBS Sllllll Ttllf profession of blg&WSJ construction and maintenance. "Others. It- various lines of busmen and espeeln'ly in fanning, would be useful to their communities in the matter of highways. How fortunate, for instance, would a township be to have for road ovi rsccr a graduate in null me-wh- "If we L u m bcr Write us for further information and all kinds of The Cloverport Tie and Lumber Company 0 ( Cloverport, Kentucky IQl )jC nor: Z ilfc 'Qi fo tntlkllnxr Intc e;iiny to Rjrdmakers. The nil. iii if ai. oKiibih-- . BOV owned in r'te I'uited States is estl i.e:"(l. .rid 11;:.. er I milted at In;;. rapidly IlK-France is s. j Ut have the must u perb system if hM v. vs i:i l!ie v.oil.l It Is said IMdl her giaxl r ,.i!s h:li cost her $11. i.ik 'M ('. Scientific tutil liu'.a.ers ar concei. ; r. trating Mttrtilliib uu v Ire surface tbui will wiili-ta- n I4 iiiendoas wn.i and t Notblns da nan s un :u; r sal r ;e' as much as j heavy machine driven a a high rato of sliced. Little uf y is inffi led nti;1IMllle moving at nay rate up to I went 5 mlc an hour. Psyoad that the damage I : n ' I Herald is gus. w ho wrote political article- - for The Loui-vill- e traveling abroad. We received a card from him last week and he wrote: "I would rather, by far, attend a summer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association than to spend Sunday in London, (ice. but its awful". A i The Hon. D. H. Severs gave a rousing Democratic speech to the convention if he did fail in landing the nomination. Mug Severs is a like a man. He will be heard ioyal Democrat and take-hi-defe- at from again before the campaign is ended. been appointed chairman of the Democratic county campaign committee for Hreckern idge county. His appontment will meet wit (he approval of every Democrat in the county. Lee Walls Ij ha- - m. seen- uiue-tentbtin-dus- t s of It is claimed that Worland Carter, of Irvingtoo, bad his t experience in the produced by man comes from bt. Dr. Boone is telling it around that While he did not land his man he game of politic- - last Monday. The road-shighways. while he was talking the other day a StlSStl aud showed symptoms of a good hand at the ame. therefore, linve been dubbed the "as fellow said to him: "I have reference to tloual dust factory." The dustiest what you know. " road is an itleal of builders. Dust not All correspondents please be certain to get your letters mailed on only means that the improved road Is Saturday. They are coming to us too late. Nasal Catarrh, an inflammation of the wearing away, but it is highly iujuri delicate membrane lining the air pas- ous to public health, to stock and to Maine voted Monday to repeal the Prohibition amendment to her sages, is not cured by any mixtures crops along the way. taken int.) the stomach. Don't waste constitution by a majority of !''4. Bill Nye'e Good Roads Sermon. time on them. Take Ely's Cream Balm "Our wagon roads throughout the Don't borrow The Hreckenridgo News, come to the office and we through the tnostrils, so that the fever- country." said 15111 Nye. "arc a ed, swollen issues are reached at once. to Civilization, and before we will give you a copy. Never mind how long you have suffered undertake to supply underwear and nor how often you have been disap sealskin cAvered Bibles with flexible pointed, we know Fly's Cream Balm is backs to the Africans it might be well the remedy you should use. All drug to put u few dollars into the relief of l LITTLE HTOKIE8 Win gists, 50a, Mailed by Ely Bros., 56 galled aud broken down horses that have lost their health on our miserable Warren Street, New York. highways." Lxliact From "State'11 Duty." lir-- oo .o . dia-grnc- e This is SAFER Hay Wages, store hills, or any kind of bills with checks. with money. You can also keep your accounts straight and than paying A checking account have a 1.1 GAL RECEIPT for every dollar you pay out. Come is also a great convenience. We want your "commercial" account. m let's talk it over. l l While The Press Thvinders BY - Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay LOL'IKK McGAVOCK. a Strange to say how many different addresses come on letters through the e. Paul Lewie reCloverport ceived one Thursday addressed tj "The Village Clerk." post-offic- The style now for the thirteen year old girl to wear her hair, is to tie It with one ribbon and let it hang down l,er back, (iirls up to sixteen and seventeen years of age are following this fashion. It is certainly pretty and girl 000 I come across anything ish. "Whenever 000 thai is good and I like, I always get a The Kpworth League of Cloverport supply,'' said a former Cloverport girl, who has recently been Fast and deserves a bit of honoraoie mention brought home several boxes of tine bo from tne fact that in the last two months memoers have paid into the treas rax. She knew that Dr. Kay, of Louis- the ury over twenty dollars. This amount ville, often prescribes borax water for was collected ou back duet and has eyes that are weak and burn and itch. gone to pay un the parsonage debt for Some people, he said, will not use it it the Methodist churcn. The League ex they know it Is just, plain borax water pects to pay $."0 for missions this year So be writes a prescription for it in to the annual League conference, and German and they have It tilled at the Mittes Leonora McOavock and Mildred) drug store. Or. Kay says that simple Babbage are having lots of fun collect remedies, often the best, are the hard- ing the auiount. The League has drop ped all plans for raising funds except est to get people to uee. nice raiu last week. M'.s Blttl Kyn ha returned home alter a two week's visit with relatives near Hardinshurg. Mai ion McGaock and Mist Bridget Kyan attended the Fair last week. Nora Heatty went to Cloverport Friday . Bread baking guaranteed a success if you use I.ewisport BEST Flour. We had What n Means to Farm.rs It is essential that farmers know how and S hat crops IS produce mot profitably, but wbut Is the use of knowing th it unless the fanner has a road over W hich he cun haul his bur vest'.Whj save money by practicing and lose money In farming hauling produce to mui'Lci s i interest on lime Deposits. A tuc qauv nr lURnucmiRP, trikt rn Hardinsburg, Ky. HOLT Hiuei Entertains At Mystic Rally Epworth League Meeting. the Kpworth League will hold its au nual "rally night" program Sunday eve mug. Those who have been invited to Use the Split Log Drag. take part are: Dr. McDonald, Miss Ray Where oeople eaunot build u perma Lewis Heyscr, Dr. Simons, Miss Milnent road they can at least grade uud dred llabbage aod Miss Lula Severe. crown the dirt road, using a spilt log drag, aud. while the immediate cost la Louisville Evening Post more, it will pay them to build con bridges on such roads rather and Breekenridge News one year J. 50. ilia n wooden bridges. Te Make Roads For Autos. lay lug out of comity roads neur Jacksonville, b'la., so that the center could be used fur t cuius and each side for automobiles have been submitted to the board. The purpose of the plans is to reduce the possiblllty of collisions between autos aud wagons. Plans for the Miss Lena Adkissou entertainsdiI daughter have ed at her home at Mystic Saturbeen visiting Mrs. AmerioH Bell at day afternoon in honor of her Jas. Drjaruette hue renltil sell Har- guest, MUs Ellen Kyan, of Reydin's place. nolds Station. Those present Jess Miller has reated the Cross farm were: Misses Anna French, Blau-ch- e again, lie has the best ciop of tobacco, n Hasham, Georgia Burton, it is said, in Holt's Bottom. And a fine Kyan, Kesaie Knott; jfsssirs crop ol corn. They say he hea an ear of Proctor French, Chas. French, corn as large as a mao's arm. Tom 1'lood has bought part of Mrs Arthur Bashaiu,Suni Brown, Clyde Cross' farm. He gave $00 an acre for it. Qibsoo, Abe Roberta; Mr. aud Bread baking success is guaranteed Mrs. (i. Cox. Cream and cake, if ynu me Lewisport BEST Flour. and wutei melon were served. llendric Kl-le- $3.50 Subscribe Now Games were played aud were joyed by all. en A Remedy ill Reliable CATARRH One. Ely's Cream Balm II tvtcHy ahtnrhtd. Sivei Rtlisf It Hntiiipv oitlin, and bl disown:umteot th Tin Mr. and Mrs J. P Thompson, of Tar Spring, are at tlir S ate l air this week. Mrs Clirence Miller, of New MM, was the guest of Mrs. John Dean Sunt day. Mr. ai d Ma. Vaie Miller pent the wrik-er.- d with Mr ai.d Mrr Mm m. ti FVaine Mr. arid, Mrs. Geo. Newman, of Evans r Toilet Articles, Face Powder, I j 1 Wants. A r raiting from Oatsrrh and drive Oold in the way HR(i i: jui.-uiv. Talcum Powder, and Creams iAV CCMCQ Taste Sm. II. Full i7..- 50 ct.H., nt liniu- iU or by mail. Iu liquid form, 75 rnts. ly Brother, M Warren Street, New lark. fin .1 T&he Breckenridge News. 18, 1911 WEDNESDAY, BBPT, IUTES F0 POLITICAL ANNOUNCED! NTS t 2 50 For Precinct mid city Office 15.00 For County Offices . For State snd District Office .. 15.00 10 For Calls, per line. 10 For Cards, ner line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression .10 of individual views per line DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator, of Crittenden. For (ioverncr, JAMES B. MiCREAKY, of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor, E. J. McITERMOTT, of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS O. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HKNRY M. BOSWORTH, I OLLIE M .TAMKS, near Mattingly hntlie ai d Unit Hook weie at C.len liean Friday to ate their ister, Mrs. Rod Mattingly. Mrs. A L. Bellman and children went to Giiffith to pend a week with her father, Thos. Winfield. Andrew Asbley, Wm. White aud Vigil Bablnge, Jr., leave this week for Kentucky 1'iiivernity. Misses Rachel and Nannie Sbadwlck, of Hawesville, are visiting their cousins, Misses Rosie and Josie Hill. Breekenridjre News were very popMi. Jess Willis, of Louisville, was tbe ular reading. guest of honor of a boat party on the If you come to Washington , David in., Thursday evening. Mr. and Mis. Cha. B. Skillman and don't fail to come to Ml M at the Very sindaughter, Miss Elizabeth Skillman, re- "Northumberland."1 Saturday. Morganfit-lturned to cerely youtx. Sallie M. 1'arket ; 1911. Washington, D. Courtney Babbage, Sr., ha returned Sept. , home from Hardinsburg where he was C. engaged in Haswell's names shop. Milt Miller and J. W. Carwile are MRS. LYDDAN GETS feeding Ml heal of hog and 70 head of BLUE RIBBONS cattle at their farm near McDanitls. vllle, havr been visiting relative . AT COST I GIBSON & SON man or woman In aaoh locality. To the Supreme Counrll of this social y anrl Introduce our lteneflt Certificates amona friends and nriualnance,. Must he Mtwaaa N tJMI f as. Olva all or only spare time Ws pay rash bene-fli- s for eJttUWM, Injuries, nerlflents and Can deaths Experience not make from M no to I. J. on a month and up. profesA pleasant and Manly profltahla sion. Every member secured means a certain assured Income for you every month thereafter Why not fat Into business for yourself NOW? No capital needed Rend ff.r part Iculara. Join WANTED nt nerery. Late Arrivals Wash Dress Goods, Gingham, Percal, Madras, New Poplins. BOX LA 293. COVINGTON. KY. For Sale 1; Hay Gasoline Engine and Grist Mill For Sale power Internal SALE Folt eniflne ;ind srlsl Ball complete. K. 1. OootDS, HaMlnatmrg, Ky. No. I. New Woolen Dress Goods, Serge, Panama, Broadcloth, Messaline Satin in new Shades. New silk Scarfs at 50c and $1 hir' FOR SAI,E "Oton eoud Ky. For Sale SA Imy W. L lliirr. I Camera VlewCatn-ra. d lens, two extra holders, Will sell tor half prl M.C. Q. Bfabanrit, Cloeer- port, Ky. FOK LK i'-t'- OMh New Ready - Made EVERYTHING Skirtsi Shropshiredown Sheep for Sale DK.rlTEKK.I) herd buck; registered anil V grade buck larniM.; Mch trade yearling n il. Uuston, bucks; grade ewes - W A -l NEW Ky. .'11 11 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tatum and chilvisdren, of Henderson, were week-enMr. and Mr. Weaver Tatum. itors of d Mr. and Mis. Wave Koff and rou, with Marion Clay, spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mr. Ja. Meador on the Pike, and Mr. Clyde Morrison and children have returned from a visit to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morrison at Irving-ton- ottered for 10 chickens, any age or the best breed at the county fair. The ten beautiful butt ()t phaningtons belonging to Mrs. Geo. Lvddan won them. Hlue ribbons were For Sale liout 5W ;i res line f Ttl!i land located in hig prb.g Va ley; a piirt of the Hen C. C'larkson farm, owned by Mrs. I' II. Kemper and Mrs. A. M. Ilanlaway, of Mlnot. .V I) Will sell as a whole or in two parts. Teras reasonable; for further Information call on or address. IIF.N C. CI.A 11KiN. Bid Spring. Ky, CO II SA LI A J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. -i For Sale pair. F11K IALJC A Engine; horse power stationery Watklns m ike, iu goKl reHreckenrtdge Mews. loverpon, Ky. 15 . Fayette. Popular Minister Here. well-know- n Parties If Wishing to Build! For Attorney General, JAMES GARNETT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Cliristlan. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, of Wmdford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of For Sale kinds eeds. FOK S A LK- - blanks. Mortgages and all News, Breckenridge legal Miss Winnie Isonie and A. M. Isome, of Assumption, 111., left Monday night for their home after a visit to Mrs J.L. Isotne. Mr. John Kiucheloe and her mother, Mrs. Manie Moorman, of Hardinsburg, were at Kirk Friday the guests of Mrs. James Withers. Mr. and Mra. Frank English have come here froru Skillman to place their daughter in school. They are at home on Second street. Miss Ora Hendricks, of Webster, who has charge of eighth grade at C. H. S. is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne on tbe East Side. Miss Bessie Johnson lias returned home after a two weeks' v'sit to relatives at The Rev. Mr. R. T. Brown, the minister who conducted a reviv- Cloverport, Ky. al at the Methortif.t church here last For Sale Scholarship sprirg is in the city. Dr. Brown's friends In the Bowllna in Cloverport are delighted to see him. FOR I'nlversltv. in anv de :j r mentofthat fniversity Breckenridge N ?ws, SALE-Scholarffot-tI You Want Building Material of any Kind Call on Gregory & Co. If ENTERTAINED THEM ALL AT MATTINGLY Cloverport. Ky. You do not know Just How you want to Build Franklin. LOCAL BREVITIES Brock, editor of The Fourth District Leader, was here Sat$3.00 Cloverport to Louisville and re- urday to attend the ball game and paid Year At CloverIllinois. turn Oct. 0 and for trains 140 and" his respects to The Hreckenridge News Falls Short This is attending the Louie Ditzetibach I4J of 17th, nood to return Oct. 23. High And port Graded office. Mr. Brock said the opening of State Fair. 000 the new school building at Hardinsburg School -- Nearly Fifty Short. Mrs. Foster Heyserbas returned from $5. 60 Cloverport to Lexington. Ky. was a red letter occasion for the counCincinnati. and return, Sept. 2a, 23 and for trains ty seat. He said many families would "Gee, but I have stiulted hard toChs. Jackson wa9 home fioui Louis- due to arrive in Lexington before move to Hardinsburg on account of the ville Sunday. if they could net houses. The day", 'said a little boy in the primer school Sept. 24. is as serious there as in srade on his way home from school the When tbe cream was whipped, did j house problem 000 second day. "Study Hard" will be the Cloverport. the cow bawl? f;i. Cloverport to Louisville and reslogan for C, H. S. this coming term. Miss Jean Burn will go to the State turn, Sept. 9 to 16 inclusive; good to reThe enrollment is 25, which is about FIVE DISTINGUISHED Fair this week. Account Kentucky-Statturn Sept. 20. fifty less than last year. Miss Mary Jarboe went to Bowling Fair. WIDOWS AT LEWISPORT The shortage occurs in the High Green last week. School, many dropping off to work inMiss Lula Brickev, of Mattingly, is From Mrs. Parker Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Webb, of I'orto stead of completing their school educavisiting Mrs. Joe Mullen. Gordo, F!a. ; Mrs. Smith, of Lewisport; tion. The teachers this year, beside Logan Glasscock sold a fine pair of White, of St. Louis, and Mrs. Prof Tanner, are: Prof. McCoy, Miss My dear Mr. Babbuge: En- Mrs. mules tor J55O last week. Gregory, of Owenstioro, have been Hendricks. Misses Mays and Wroe, and close find check for fl. for which spending the summer at Lewisport at Mr. Laslie. John Lawsun has gone to Howell, Ind., The teachers have started a moveplease credit mj subscription to the Hayden House. They are all tfood where be has a position. for one year from date friends and have had a happy time ment to get a piano for the school and Mrs. H. L Stader has gone to Louis- your paper are meeting with succeis. They expect during the last three months. of expiration Sept. 22. ville to attend the State Fair. to order it next week. We have had with us souie old Tbe piano contest at Sippel's shoe Colored School Opened. Store will close December 26th. Kentucky friends and it has given ROSETTA Mrs. G. V. Lawsou have me great pleasure to see them Mr. and The colored graded school of this gone to Colorado for her health. Mrs. Nannie .lolly Wathon and city opened Monday morning for a six Mrs. Weidman and children, of Mis Sida Hciinctt, of Custer, is visher nieces, Misses Figgott and month's term. The attendance was 65 were at Sample last week. iting Miss KuIh Cbappell. Wathen. Mrs. Aud, who was.len-ni- e pupils, ten more than last year. The LouMiss Alma Perkins is visiting relaMurray; Mrs. Nannie Murray teachers are: Prof. S. K. Dean and Mrs. J. W. Ware has leturned to tives in Louisville and Lexington. isville. Wolf and Hovious Rafferiy spent Rosa Howard Miss Evelyn Hicks left yesterday for Miss Mdel Slatou, of Louisville, spent several days with us. Mrs. Ferrv, the millinery market in Louisville. a few days last week with her uncle and Visiting Relatives. Bread baking is guaranteed a success of Cloverport, and Mi s. Beard, of aunt, Mr. aud Mis. Clid Slaton. if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. were with Mrs. Hardinsburg, Miss Djra GUplS, o High Hun, spent Mrs. John I'ate and Mrs. Alvin Pate la-- week with Miss Nellie Adkissou. Some one will get a piauo for Christ- Wolf in Virginia and all were t and children, of New Bethel, went to mas. Who will it be? Conrad Sippel. Misses Ivula and Ada Claycomb, of visiting Mrs. Aud. Cannelton Thursday to visit Dr. C E. Spencer, of Louisville, and C. I. IrviUKton, visited Mr. and Mrs. James The back numbers of The Cox and C. H Cox, of Tobinsport. McCann, of Rome, were here Sunday Claycomb last week. Mrs Hattie Davis, of Kvansville, Ind. , spent a part of last week with tier aunt, Mrs C. W. Kasey. Mrs. J. P, Gamer and son, Stuait, returned from liik Clifty Monday. Mr, Deutoti, of Kiii((swood, was the Kiiest. of D. Wroe l'rtday. Mr. aud Mrs. J. W .Huttiues, of Big with Mr. and Mis. Spring, spent P. C. Deal. Mr. and Mts. Klijah Carman, of Big Spring, spent Sunday with J. W. Carman. Mrs. Sarab Kaiey, of Custer, visited fiieuds here. Mr. and Mrs. W, ('.. Lawson aud youngest daughter left Wednesday for Colorado, for Mis. Lawsou's health. Cleveland 15-1-Haw-esville, Severs' soruui is good. School fhoes at Sippel's. See Drury's ad $10 reward. C. F. Tinius is home from St. Loui6. Allen Miller has returned borne from J Hardinsburg and Mctjuady. While there she visited her cousins. Misses Mr'Je and Bessie Tate, of Kirk, and attended meeting at Kingswood. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan entertained to dinner last Sunday the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Newman and children, of Evansville; Mr. and Mrs. Ike Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Lane, Nat Rice, Abo McQuady, Geo. Lamb, Misses Maggie ami Addie Newman, Elsie Lamb, Maggie Hates and Mrs. C. I. Hambelton. Strayed! dog with Snide head, white colliir imd dark Ssble body. 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 ISIO Reward II. if returned to Irvlngtun K for the least money DRl'KY, Call on Gregory & Co. If You Editor Brock Here. Henderson Route Notes SCHOOIJUTIER want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble Call on Gregory & Co. 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"You have not spoken of going Into the kitchen " "1 have not spoken of coming down- stairs." "You went Into the kitchen T" "Yes." "When ?" "When I first came down." "This Is not in accordance with your direct testimony. On the contrary yon said that on coming downstairs yon went strnignt to the rack Tor your oereo.it Stenographer, le.id u hat the prisoner said on this topic." A rustling of leaves, distinctly to tic heard In the deathlike sllenc of the room, was followed by the rending ot this reply anil answer: "Vet you ennnot say which of these two overcoats you put on when yon left your home nn hour or so after fin lshlng your dinner?" "I cannot. I wns In no condition to notice I wns bent on going Info town. nnd on coming downstairs I went straight to the rack and pulled on the first things thnt offered. " The prisoner stood Immobile, but with a deefienlng line gathering on his brow until the last word fell. Then he said "I forgot. I went for the key before I put on my nvereont. I wanted to sec how the flick horse looked." "Did you drop this key into yout pocket too?" "No; I carried It Into the hall." "What did you do with It there?" "I don't know Put it on the table, 1 suppose." "Don't you remember? There were other keys lying on this table. Don't you remember what yon did with thf one In your hand while you took thf clubhouse key from the midst of Mr Ranelngh's bunch?" "I laid If on the table. I must hav- ethere was no other place to put It." "Lnld it down by Itself?" "Yes." "And took It up when you went out?' "Of course." "Carrying it straight to the stable?' KATHARINE GREEN y Whispering C.pvnsM. 110. Ann. K.ih.r.n, Roblh Pines 0 r CHAPTER XX. mr. Morrnr MOOM to nts reet. nut the prisoner had answered before he SYLLABLE OF DOOM. THE could sneak. followed. Clifton and I "Just fifteen minutes." "ITow RECESS the opiortunlty of He exactly?"came yon to know the time so a few words. was voluble; I was reticent. "Reeause that day I did look at my "He bao laid him open to attack on wateh. I had an engagement In the very side. Fox hug but to follow bis lower town and had only twenty minload and tbe thing la done. I'oor Arute In which to Keep it. I was on thur may be guilty, but be certainly time" bould have every chance a careful flonest af the core This boy lawyer could give him. I have never growing rapidly In my favor Rut was this thought much of Moffat myself. He frank but unwise answer was not Wins bis cases, but" pleasing to his counsel, who would "He will win this," I muttered. very have advised, no doubt, a more genClifton started, looked at me precise reply. However. closely for a minute, paled a little I eral and less It had been made, and MofTnt wns not was very pale myself but fear that a man to cry over spilled milk. He did did not usk tbe question rising to his not even wince when the district atlips torney proeeeded to elicit from the "There is method in the madness of prisoner that he wns a good walker. a mun like that." I pursued with a Now. as the storm that night had been (loom I could not entirely conceal. at his hack and he was in a hurry to "He has come upon some evidence which he has not even communicated reach his destination It was evidently to his client. At least. I fear so. We incumbent upon him to explain how he had managed to use up the Intermust be prepared for any untoward vening time of forty minutes before ven l." "El wood," said Clifton, "you've not entering the hotel at 11:30. "Did yon stop In the midst of the been quite open with M" rijrlit to reproach me," storm to take n drink?" nsked the dis"You have said I. "but not wholly. I did not de- trict attorney As the testimony of the landlord In ceive ;. ua in essentials. You may still "Naturally." Cuthbert road had been explicit as to the fact of his having himself un"What did you do with It when yon corked the bottle which the prisoner came out?" had brought Into the hotel Arthur "I left It In the stable door." could not plead yes. He must say no, "Yon did? What excuse have you tr and he did. give for that?" I was too busy "1 drank nothing. "None. I was reckless and didn't I thinking. was so busy thinking I care for anything that's all." "Yet you took several minutes, for nil wandered all over those links." your hurry and your indifference, to "in the blinding snow?" "Yes. In the snow. What did care get the stable key and look in at a TOO'VT NOT QV1U OPEN WITH ME.' for the snow? I did not understand horse thnt wasn't sick enough to keep 1 your coachman home from a dance." believe me as guiltless of Adelaide's my sister being In tbe clubhouse. The prisoner was silent. was tempted ut times violent death as a man can be who did not like it. "You have no further explanation drove her tad hers into misery which to go back." to give on this subject?" "And why didn't you?" death alone could end." All fellows who love horses "No. "Baca WW I was more of a brute than "I wili uellee it," he muttered; "I must." And he dropped the subject, a brother: because Cuthbert road drew will understand." me in spite of myself; because" as he made me see. forever. He I drew a deep breath of relief. I stopped with the nrst unit or emotion CHAPTER XXI. had come very near to revealing my we had seen in him since the mornMMMON CAKMEL CrjJBEKLA.M." "1 did not know what was going ing. ecret. HE district attorney shrugged When we returned to the courtroom on there or I should have gone back." this answer away before be a defiant look at we found it already packed with a lie flashed out, with went on to say: "You have lisery subdued and breathless crowd. It his counsel. tened to Zadok Brown's test! differed somewhat from the one which "When you heard your sister's voice mony. When he returned at o he found pa in the morning, but Ella in the clubhouse how did you think had faced the stable floor locked and the key and her parents wore there and many she had got into the building?" hanging up on its usual nail in the others of the acknowledged friends of "By means of the keys Ranelagb kitchen. How do you account foi the accused and his family. had left at the house." this?" As he took the witness chair and "When, instead of taking the whole "There are two ways." prepared to meet the cross examina bunch, you took the one key you want"Mention them, if you please." tlon of the district attorney n solemn ed from the ring did you do so with "Zadok had been to a dance and may hush settled upon the room. any Idea she might want to make use not have been quite clear as to what "Was the Nit JTOU made to the wine of the rest?" he saw. or. tindiiig the stable doot vault on the evening of the '.id of De"No; I never thought of it. 1 never open, may have blamed himself for the cember the lirst one you had ever paid thought of her at all." fact and sought to cover up his fault there?" asked .Mr. Fox. "You took your one key and let the with a lie." "No; I had bOM there once before. rest lie?" "Have you ever caught him in u lie?" But I always paid for my depreda"You've said it." "No. But there's always a first tions." he added proudly. "Was this before or after you put on time." "Then you knew the way?" your overcoat?" You would Impeach his testimony "Perfectly." "I'm not sure after, I think. Yes, thou?" "And the lock?" it was after, for I remember that I had You have asked me how this "No. "Sufficiently well to open It without a deuce of a time unbuttoning my coat discrepancy could be explained, uud I difficulty." to get at my trousers pocket." have H ied to show you." "How long do you think you were In "You dropped this key Into your "Mr. Cumberland, the gray mare was entering the house and procuring these trousers pocket?" out that night. This has been amply "1 did." bottles V" proved." "I cannot say. I have no means of "Mr. Cumberland, let me ask you to "If you believe Zadok, yes." knowing. 1 never thought of looking tlx your memory on the moments you "You have heard other testimony t my watch." spent in the hall. Did you put ou corroborative of this fact. She was "But you know when you left the your hat before you pocketed the key seen ou the clubhouse road that night clubhouse to go back?" or afterward?" by a person amply qualified to identify "Only by this it had not yet begun "My hat? How can I tell? My mind her." to snow. I'm told that the tlrst flakes wasn't on my hat. I don't know when fell that night at ten minutes to 11. 1 I put It on." Was ou the golf links when this hap"Nor where you took it from?" Tboosands Have Kidney pened." "No." Mr. Fox asked "Whereabouts on "Whether you saw the keys first and Trouble and Never Suspect it. the golf links'.-- They extend for some then went for your hut or, having How To Find Out. distance, you remember." pocketed the key, waited" Fill a bottle or common glass with your "They are am yards across from tlrst "I did not wait." water and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; tee e the third hole, which is the "Did not stand by the table think a brick dust sedit f r-- h nearest one to Cutliliert road." Arthur tag?" ment, or settling. partleiilarlzcd. "I was uo. I can't tell stringy or milky "No; I was in too much of a burr;-.you ,1iit where I was at that moment appearance often "So that you went straight out?" indicates an unIt was pooi wtiy from the bouse. "Yes, as quickly as I could." healthy condiThe district attorney paused to be The snow came on very fiercely. For tion of the kidsure of the attention of the Jury. 1 a little while could not see my wuy." neys; too freWhen he saw that every eye of that quent desire to "How nut see your way?" Cow thoroughly aroused body was on Dass it or nam in "The snow rlew into my eyes." him he proceeded to ask: "Does that the back are also symptoms that tell you "Crossing the UafcaflL mean immediately or as soon as you the kidneys and bladder are out of order "Yes. sir, crossing the links." and need attention. "Hut the storm came from the west. could after you had made certain What To Bo. or held certain talk with some There is comfort in tbe knowledge so It should have beateu against your ne you called or who called to you?" often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's back." "I called to nobody. I 1 went out Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy, "Back or front, it lthered me. 1 fulfills almost every wish in correcting Immediately." could not get on as fast as wished." rheumatism, pain iu the back, kidneys, It was evident that he lied; evident, liver, bladder and every part Mr. Fox cast u look at the Jury. Did of theurinarv they remember the testimony of the too. that he had little hope from his passage. Corrects inability to hold water lie. Uneasiness was taking the place and scalding pain in passing tt, or bad landlord that Mr. Cumberland's coat was as thickly plastered with snow on of confidence in his youthful, untried, effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and tbe front as it had been on the back? undisciplined mind. Cartnel had spoken cessity overcomes that unpleasant neHe seemed to gather that they did, for to him in the hall -- I guessed It then, I throughof being compelled to go often tbe knew It afteruanj and he thought to times during day, and to jfet up many he went ou at once to say: the mild and deceive thi- - rOMJi and blindfold a Jury immediate effect night. The ot "You are aeeustomed to the links? of 5wamp-Rois whose attention had been drawn to soon realized. It stands the highest be Tou have crossed them often?" cause oi us remarkable this point by his own counsel "Yes; I play golf there all summer." health restoring prop, "I'm not alluding to the times when WST -' " you pluy. 1 mean to ask whether or District Attorney Fox smiled. "How, erties. If you need a i mm w - 0 " a , 'I. medicine you should I iir-I not you had ever before crossed them then, did you get Into the stable?" have the best. Sold by "The statue: Oh, 1 had bu (.rouble druggists iu fiftvceul directly to Cuthbert road?" In getting into the stable." r "Yea, I had " and sizes. 11 Muub Mua You may have a sample bottle sent free "Was it unlocked?" "In a storm?" A slow ttuab broke over the prison- by mail. AddiessDr. Kilmer & Co., King "No, not In a storm." bainton, "How long did It take you that time er's whole face. He saw where he had rememberN. Y. Mention this paper andt, the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-RooyuiLi Cutlibert road from the YVbls been lauded and took u miuiite to pull sud the address, UiugUauitou, himself together before he replied: "I N. Y., on every bottle. 'iues?" fc 1 1 .N 1 "Ho I've leen told " "The person driving this horse wore n bat. Identified H nn old one of yours wb. Ii hut was nfterwnrd found at vout house on a remote peg In s sel If yon were not thl iloin iied closet person, how can you explain the use of your horse, the use of your clothes, the locking of the stable door which you declare yourself to have left oen and tbe banging up of the key on Its own nail?" It was a crucial question how crucial no one knew but our two selves If be nnswered nt nil he must com promise Cnrmel. I had no fenr of his doing this, but I bad great fear of what Ella might do If he let this Impll cntlon stand and made no effort to ex onerate himself by denying his pres ence In the cutter nnd consequent re turn to the Cumberland home. The quick side glnnces I here observed cast in her direction by both father and mother showed that she had made some Impulsive demonstration visible to them. If not to others, nnd. fearful of the consequences If I did not make some effort to hold her In check. I kept my eyes In her direction nnd so lost Arthur's look nnd the look of bis eounsel as be answered, with Just the word I had expected short and dog ged: T w r$ prep-tration- s 1 m -- ''-- I one-dolla- "I cannot explain." It wns mv death warrant. 1 realized this even while I held Ella's eye with mine and smoothed my countenance to Twenty years' expeiicnce in meet the anguish In hers, in the effort to hold her back for a few minutes the execution of longer till I could quite satisfy myself that Arthur's case was really lost and Deeds, Conthat I must speak or feel myself his murderer. legal The gloom which followed this recognition of his inability, real or fancied, to explain away the most damning feature of the case against him, taken with his own contradictions and growing despondency, could not escape My answer was brief: Prices Reasonablejfor First-clas- s my eye, accustomed as I was to the do to habitual expression of most every per- I Ihave Not suchmake a confession of crime. Work no confession to make. But son there. But It was not yet the imI know who drove that horse. R. penetrable gloom presaging conviction, I had sacrificed Carmel to my sense and. directing Ella's gaze toward Mr. of right. Never had I loved her as I Moffat, who seemed but little disdid at that moment. turbed either by Mr. Fox's satisfaction A turning point had been reached In prisoner's open despair. I took or the the defense. That every one knew uft-e- r The Old Apple heart of grace and waited for the disMr. Moffat the trict attorney's next move. It was a openingfirst glance at morning's on the of tbe next session. fatal one. I began to recoguize this I am in the market for an very soon, simple as was the subject As I noted the excitement which this unlimited quantity of old occasioned even in quarters where self he now introduced. apple tree butts; will receive usually most marked and "When you went into the kitchen. control is emotions suppressed I marveled nt them in any quantity deliverMr. Cumberland, to get the stablfc such the subtle Influence of one man's exed on railroad or river. , For door key. was the gas lit, or did you pectancy and the powerful effect which prices and specifications call have to light it?" can be produced on a feverish crowd on or write "It- -it was lit. I think." by a well ordered silence suggestive of "Don't you know?" C. A. TINIUS, : Stephensport, K. "It was lit. but turned low. I could coming action. I, who knew the basis of this exsee well enough." "Why. thin, didn't you take both pectancy and the nature of the action with which Mr. Moffat anticipated keys?" startling the court, was the quietest "Both keys?" "You have said you went down town person present. Since it wns my baud Notice by the short cut through vour neigh-- and none other which must give this fresh turn to the wheel of Justice it bor's yard. That cut is guarded by a That resolutions of respect are door which was locked thut night. were well for me to do it calmly and published at 5 cents per line. without any of the old maddening You needed the key to that door more Pleae do not send obituaries to oue to the stable. Why didn't throb of heart. But the time seemed than the long before Arthur was released from you take it?" the News without expecting to "I I took it when I took the other." further cross examination and the opportunity given Mr. Moffat to call his pay for the publication of this "Are yon sure?" kind of matter. "Yes; they both hung on one nail. next witness. Something In the attitude he now I grabbed them both at the same took, something in tbe way he bent time." over bis client and whispered a few "Which of the two hung foremost?" Louisville Evening Post admonitory words, and, still more, the "I didn't notice." and Breckenridge News emotion with which these words were one year $3.50. "You took both?" received and answered by some ex"Yes, 1 took both." traordinary protest.aroused expectation "And went straight out with them?" to a still greater pitch and made my "Yes, to the stable." course seem even more painful to my"And then where?" had foreseen when dreaming "Through the adjoining grounds self than I weighing BALL MILLER over and the possibilities of downtown." WiCi something like terror you went through Mr. this hour. "You are sure I awaited the calling of my name, and Fulton's grounds at this early hour in when it was delayed it was with emoLivery, Feed and Sale evening?" the tions inexplicable to myself that 1 "I urn positive." looked up and saw Mr. Moffat holding Stable "Was it not at n later hour, much open u door at the left of the judge later, a little before 11 Instead of a with that attitude of respect which a Bus Meets all Trains little before 0?" man only assumes in the presence and "No, sir. I was on the golf links under the dominating influence of : Ky. then." woman. "But some one drove Into the stable." "Ellu!" thought 1. "instead of sav "So you suy." ing her by my contemplated sacrifice "Unharnessed the horse, drew up the of Carmel, I have only added one saccutter, locked the stable door and, en- rifice to another." tering tbe house, bung up tbe key But when tbe timid, faltering step We Do where it belonged." we could faintly hear crossing the No answer this time. room beyond had "Mr. Cumberland, you admitted in brought Its posyour direct examination that you took sessor within with you out of tbe clubhouse only sight and I perone bottle of the especial brand you ceived the tall, favored, although you carried up two black robed, heavily veiled into the kitchen?" woman who "No: I said that I onlv luul one when 1 got to Cuthbert road. I don't rememreached for Mr. ber anything ubout the other." Moffat's sustain"But you know where the other or, ing arm I did rather, remnants of tbe other was not need the fouud?" startling picture better fur you tks agents or commission met ctiiUTl of the prisoner, "In my own stable, taken there by Releteoce: si; Wok is looisrl'e. We furoita my man Zadok Brown, who says be standing upright Wool Ban F' to out shippers. Write (x price list. picked It out of one of our waste barwith outheld and M.SABELSONS 'ffilfr' LxsiZt,l':. repellant hands, rels." to realize that "This Is the part of bottle referred to. Do you recognize the label still adthe Impossible 'I SUMMON CAKMEL had happened hering to it as similar to the oue to be V 1.1 AM and that all off found on the bottle you emptied in which he. as well us I, had doue and Cuthbert road?" or left undone, suffered and suppressed "It Is like that one." carried thnt other bottle hud been in vulii. "Had .ni many people- are now using Mr. Moffat, with no eye for him or off. and had It been brokeu as this has Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic me. conducted his witness to a been broken, would It not have pre- for sented aii exactly similar appearance chair. Then as she loosened her veil The new toilet germicide powder to be and let It drop in her lap be cried iu dissolved in water as needed. to tbisT" tones which rang from end to end of For all toilet and hygienic uses it is "Possibly." better and more economical. the courtroom. "I summon Carmel "Only possibly?" To cleanse and whiten llie Cumberland to the stand "It would have looked the same; I lu her brother's defense." to witness teeth, remove tartar and cannot deny it. What's the use foolThe surprise was complete. It was Toprevent decay. di.Mufect tiio mouth, deing?" a great moment for Mr. Moffat, but stroy disease germ, and "Mr. Cumberland, the only two bot- for me all was confusion, dread, a veil tles known to contain this especial of misty darkuess through which Topurify the breath keep artificial teeth and were Iu the clubhouse brand of wine bridge work clean, odorless hone her face, marred by Its ineffuce-abl-e at 10 o'clock thut night. How cume scar, but calm as I had never ex- To remove nicotine from the teeth and one of them to get Into the barrel out- pected to see it again lu this life purify the breath after smoking. and side your stuble before your return the beautiful with a smile under which To eradicate perspiration and body odors rest day?" her deeply shaken and hardly con- The bestby sponge bathing. antiseptic wash "I cuuuot say." scious brother sank slowly buck Into Relieves and strengthens known. Weak, tired, "This barrel ntood where?" his seat amid u silence as profound as iuflanltdeyes. Heals sorethroat, wounds "In the passage behind tbe stable." the hold she had Immediately taken and cut. 35 and 50 cts. a bos, druggists or by mail postpaid. Sample Free, "The passage you pass through ou upon fll hearts i To be ..i.i.i THI lAXTONTOILKTOO..BTM.Mae, y 'mm wsy to tne floor lending Into your neighbor's grounds?" "Yea." The dreaded moment had come. This "Yes" had uo sooner left Arthur's lips than I saw Ella throw out her In nocent arms nnd leap Impetuously to her feet with a loud. "No, no, I can tell" She did not say what, for at the hubbub roused by this outbreak In open court she fnlnted dead away and wns carried o:it In her dismayed father's arms. This necessarily caused a break In Mr. Fox suspended the proceedings. his cross examination, nnd In a few minutes more the Judge ndjourned the court. As I observed the satisfaction with which Mr. Moffat scented this new witness a satisfaction which promised little consideration for her If she ever came upon the stand I surrendered to fate. Inwardly committing Carmel'a future to the Ood who made her and who knew better thnn we the story of her life and what her fiery temper had cost her, I drew a piece of paper from my pocket and. while the courtroom was slowly emptying, hastily addressed the following lines to Mr. Moffat, who bad lingered to have a few words with his colleague: There is a witness In this building who can testify more clearly snd definitely than Miss Fulton that Arthur Cumber land, for all we have heard In seeming contradiction to the ssme, might have been on the golf links at the time he swears to. That witness la myself. EI. WOOD RANELAOH. I was ready to meet the surprised lawyer's look when his eye rose from tbe words I had written and settled steadily on my face. 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Women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Here is proof: Natlck. Mass., "I cannot express whnt I wont through during the Change of Life hefore I tried Lylin K. rink ham's Vegetahlo (urn- m pouiul. I was in such a nervous condition I W could not keep still. My llnihs were cold. I had creepy sensations and could not sleep nights. I Was ImIIj told hy two physicians that I had a tumor. " I read one day of the wonderful cures made GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and N. I V ? have saved hopeless cases, and because I declaro consumption Is not money la not forthcoming to erect a ward. I finish this letter not using my Index flng-- r WAI.KF.lt, M. D MAM Surgeon of War lll-t- . S P If return ticket Is sent will come Immediately to you can decide If my finger la desired by yourself. Mrs. Waldorf desires n finger to replace one she lost in nn accident. She House;toving I Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick,f j Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Is reported to be independently wealthy nnd capable of paying almost any price for a linger, provided It suits her. ftntrer enn be She believes tb.it f grafted on her band and that eventu ally she will have n perfect one. Dr. Walker is eighty one years old. She figured prominently In the civil war M I surgeon and was one of the first woman suffrage workers in the country. years she hns worn man's attire. She is anxious to erect a hospital for consumptives, and In a note she says she would sacrifice much more than a finger if it were possible to realize her dream. Ihv Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound Jnnd decided to try It, and it has made DM a well Jwotnan. My neighlMirs nnd friends declare it has worked a miracle for me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetahlo Compound is worth Its weight in gold for women during till.' Estimates on Application letter." period of life. If it will help others you may publish this Mrs. Nathan IL Great! n, SI Wo. Main St., Natlck, Mass. Don't think that piles can't be cured. Thousands 01 obstinate cases have been cured by Doan's Ointment. ."(0 cents. at any drug store. WAYNE COUNTY (MICH.) ROAD FIEFOHE AFTEB U8I.NO OONCBETK. AND MUST limestone concrete of a one, two and a half and Qve mix. using first class cement, sand nnd crushed limestone. The top layer Is a one, two and three mix of the same materials, except that crushed cobbles nre substituted for limestone. The concrete is six and one-hal- f inches compacted depth and from fifteen to nineteen feet in width. An usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man fur three or four weeks, but l.y applying Chamberlain' lyini-UPrn as the injury is freely a- receive I, and observing the di eruons with ea h bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale ly all dealers. A SERVE THE CZAR TO INHERIT MILLIONS. Be Be ANOTHF.lt SI3IILAR CASK. Cornwallvllli', N. Y. "I have heen taking Lydia IS. I'lnkhain's Vogctahle Compound for OHM time for Change of Life, nervousness, and a tlhroid growth. Two doctors advised me to go to the hospital, hut one day while I was away visiting,!, I met a woman who told mo to take Lydia IS, IMnkham's Vegetable Compound. I did so and 1 know it helped me wonderfully. I am very thankful that I was told to try Lydia E Mrs. Win. Pinkluun's Vegetahlo Compound." Cornwallville, N. Y., Greene Co. ictPS a. t-- i J. E. KEITH & SON DEALERS JN Granite and Marble Houghton, Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. :- Eatate Said to la to Worth $163,000,000 Divided. RAINBOW PARTY. Birthday Celebration For a Little Girl May Be Carried Out This Way. Invitations are sent out "from half after 2 until (." "Rainbow purty" is written in one corner. The rooms nre completely transformed by yards of red, orange, yellow, green, blue. Indigo nnd violet cheesecloth, which Is used as portieres, window drapery, etc. It is festooned from the corners of the room to the gas fixtures iu the center and Is draped from the grillwork The hostess' mother or some elder may tell the old fairy story thr tv.-children who set out to discover the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Then each child is given a piece of string which he or she is to wind up without breaking, the cords having been arranged as for a spider web par ty. When the end of the string is reached a tiny pot is found tilled with peppermint candy which has been wrapped in gold paper. The birthday cake is crescent shaped, bearing candles of rainbow colors. This party Is really very pretty and not half the trouble to prepare as It appears to be from reading the description. An echo of the olden days of warring knights nnd kings was wafted across the ocean, and that echo called back to the old world one of the transplanted descendants of those knights in the person of Henry Melnshausen of Chicago when news came to him of the settlement of an old family estate and of the conditions by which he might become a beneficiary. Incidentally he was advised that he is a millionaire five or six times over and must return to the service of the throne. According to Mr. Meinshausen's story of the legacy, he Is one of four brothers In America who nre direct descendants of a line of fighters that can be trnced back to the year 1100 nnd whose name appeared among the crusaders who went with Rarbarossa to Jerusalem In the holy war of that year. One of the descendants In recent centuries went to Russia nnd. being n physician of prominence, became court physician to the czarina. In recognition of his services he was given a grant of valuable oil land, which at the lime of his death In 1831 was valued nt $50,000,000. lie died Intestate and childless, nnd the government since then has held the property pending the findlii.t of the direct heirs, and now the holding! nro valued at $108.-000.00- The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have thousands of such letters as. those above they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained This medicine is no stranger it has for love or money stood the test for years. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetahlo Compound has heen the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. raafl" VI rs. Pinkham invites :1! sick women jgm t write her for advice. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Addrc- .j Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mans. ' ill L KHhHAM i A -: CLOVERPORT. KY. Real Estate Department If you do yuu If you arejinterest-e- d in any of die follmvinir proprieties write u M once for owner't nm! and address. If none of these phiees suit you, write us at one tellintr an what you want and where"you want It and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property voo I Do timy Mini you want to buy a tern or business iit what you need in this department. are looking for. Do You EVERYBODY Plan DRAG ROADS! TUBERCULOSIS SUNDAY. We recommend and fair in price. the following properties as being prodmtna It Helps! Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Sip, Ky., writes: "I was so sick for 3 or 4 years. I had to hire my work done, most of the time. I had given up hope. When 1 began to take Cardui, I knew, right away, it was helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did it" E 64 Otto Melnshausen. Chicago; Gustav. Marlon, Ind.; Georre. Cincinnati. O.. and William, St I.ouls. A condition of the leaner was tnit one of the members of this branei of the family must return to the imperial Russian senlce, and ns Henry Melnshausen. now over fifty yenrs old, hns had military experience both Us 'iernuiny and the United States, having been in the Third I" lilted States cavnlry. he was selected. He expects to leai-- about July 1 to be enrolled as rotomri of the czar's own bodyguard It Moscow. There wer two other American heirs, sons the brothers, but both were killed in the Bpnnlsh-Amerlcawar in Cuba. . n The American brothers are .$3.50 FUTURE Louisville Kvening l'ost and Breckenrulge News one year 3 50. AMERICAN DARK. Take The "Malting Pot" Will Make Him Swarthy, Says Scientiat. According to Professor Frederick Ward I'utiiii in. head of the I'enbody museum nt Harvard, the American of tomorrow, the cltlze'i of the I'nlted States in the future, will I.) all llkell hood Ik- ;i sw.ii'lln man In contrast lo the llj:ht I'ouiplexlniieil individual of the present As M autliropologNt of 1i1ter1111ilou.il - The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back to health. It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it fame I 'rof or Is of Interest in view of ibe many that have been held us to the sort of American that will eventually develop from the great mixture of races brought here by Immigration from all opln-lon- PstMV'i otaswreHOM s helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will Try it Get a bottle today! iwrts of Kurope. "One great factor In preventing the approximation of this darker tyie has been found in the tendency of certain European luiUilgrunta to seek certain widely separated sections of the t 'tilt ed State for llielr settlement," he said Turned. won't have my Her Dad daughter tied to life to u stupid fool Her Suitor -- Then dou't you think you had better let tue take her off your hands.- -- liostou Trauacrlpt. Th Worm No, sir. 1 1 - Two Hundred Thousand Churches Have Been Enlisted to Observe It. April 0 has been set aside this year as tuberculosis day" and will be observed in 2(X.000 churches in the country in a manner similar to that of Sunday" in 1010, when over 40.000 tcrmona were preached on the prevention of consumption. In the official announcement of the occasion made by the National Association For the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis the leaders of the movement state that they hope to enlist nil of the SajPObOOO church members in the country. In (in! respect tuberculosis day will differ from tuberculosis Sunday of 1010. Instead of requesting the ' hurclif.s to give to the tubenulosi.! cnuse n special Sunday service. ih Nallout.l association is going to nslt this yetr that meetings nt which the subject of tuberculosis and Us proven tion can ba discussed he held on Sun ar day, A.irll 80, or on any 01 her tint date, either in the week preceding .ir the week following. Th" National association Is planning to 'r statistics from thousands of minis-ers- , showing how serious a problem lu Is to every church Th. M- - Jlgures will show among OtbCT thinw the number of deaths last year from tuberculosis In the church con greL'.iilon. and the ways in ivhich the pasti n are called on to minister to sufferers from this dlsca-- e. It Is planned also to issue mIlliois of circulars and pamphlets cn the prevention of tuls'ivulosis, 10th from the nationi.l office and from the headquarters of the 450 antituberculosis associations who Ths Tallest Cook. In the movement ec crs who art) in I great will House' QMndJtr, bttwaen tltsir rooaciaacaa Fine Gingerbread. and tU&l 'ipsiitlsfactory cooks may get Afteipco-- , guests ul a certain housi out of tfce dilemma of a recommenda tion by opying the imiiuo methods look fciwiMd with satisfaction to the of Mr Mr hard Carle, the actor, when soft mii'sies gingerbread that is often is the he fotind hlii'sclf in just sin h a deli- pari at UN tea service. This cupfuli-orule b wl leh It is made: Two cate pi sjt iu. flour, hi If a teaspismful of sail and The 'oo', so the story goes, was a half a leatpoonful of soda are slftisl giantism J'tst from Sweden, who failtogcthr-'- , and a teaspoonful of ground ed to fill ill her high mission as a quarters of a cook In way to please the Carle fam- ginger Is I'dded Three cupful Of molasses is turned iu, with ily. Ufl di purling she asked for a MO drippings infills of oiiiuifi'ial'oii. and this Is what Mr. two tahlespo,cupful of melted hot water. The anil hr.Jf a Carle presented to her: is fVncd into a shallow pan. "To 7h in It May Concern- - I have batter shredded Vital are sprinkled over the lately fud In my employ Hulda Swan Is baked for twcnij sou, w 'io A ils engaged to cook for a top. ai! tb cake minutcM lu liu oven that is not too hot. a family of three and do such things would l.e possible when not cooking Hail! l liilir ilii-- ' head might come a little Oh. hall to congress once attain! dust lift and dishwashing and answerIn deep respect we ahull not f ill ing the do irhell. Taking thce things And from accustomed speech refrain, . 80 once O congress, hall! into acrsiunt, I wish to say that Ilulda I ever la absolutely the tallest iok It is the word tradition likes. Sll w " Though teardrops fall In patriot woe. Though sneering froat new terror strikes. We still say "Hall!" not rain or snow Ignorance. A Scottish minister was asked to We know not why a word so slight pray for rain He did so, aud the rain In mighty meaning thus should sound came down in iloods and destroyed the The hall may come and In a night lie quite forgot the country round. 'crops. Irrlti.icd ut the result, one dis jousted elder coutlded to another that Wa would aay "Thunder!" Wo would speaV Of lightning that will make men quail. "this comes o' iutrlstlu' ale a request we are to a meeuiater wha laaa sequent wl' But, forced toby custom, almply meek eongraas And aay "Ha.ll!" agriculture ' -- Washington Star ls j da-neg.-.- th f : 1 Provides That All Tax Payers Must Keep Highways Clean. A plan is on foot in some parts of the country to have the whole community see to It that the roads are kept in good condition. The proposed plan provides that the road authorities shall divide the roads into short sections, accordlnc to the number of poll tax payers, aud assign to each man the section nearest and most convenient to him, who would assume the responsibility of keeping the same in good condition by working his poll tax on it, not all at once, but at Intervals, as needed, it is estimated thnt in no case would those sections comprise more than a half mile of road. As soon as the frost Is out In the spring and while the road Is yet some (7 bat soft and plnstlc these men would go on the road each of his own section, dragging it thoroughly, using a homemade split log drag, scraping down the rldues. tilling the ruts nnd holes and crowning and smoothing the surface so that It would shed water Not more than two hours would he required to do this, and It would be done at a time when It would least interfere with farm work. Later In the season, whenever there was a tendency to develop ruts or holes, each would again apply the same treatment Just following a rain. A very important point may here be noted, viz that by this plan the roads In any district, no matter how large, even in an entire county, could all be dragged and smoothed and put In good condition within a few hours. Want to Sell your farm or him Mm 1 If yon for your property, send price and description at odcb and let us sh nv you how we luing buyer and seller jtogetlier. This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sa ea want cash Jno. No. fcj " D. Babbao' -'l 1 I ro n-- acfaa aaai Haraad, B room aoata set ol, burn, M'i'i 'Sc'rei A NO "olleKe I1U. t near lanpl ;om mil) from achoo bouse. 900 mile fn 111 railroad. In the other; 3mlie from Hardlnsbur; SS "ac '' U',rn",1; J Mtaa in one and acres ion acres s ,,f Klmt.vriod mils frum Karoo, Mradc milciif liublloaOBuul, mile graded school, toot land rr. IIU. x J .mintv; 14b acrvs 1 1 J " ""' railroad NO 10 IRSR'"! good barn ana crip, reasonably auod Webstar, well water- house: d. om M las aiTi'N 3 ailles east of Hardin luirir. -' mtlva norib of Ihirned. W mile of charfta and school, ir oil Iniildlm: trot feneev iroo1 or.-lriand water: 30iit"e In timber. 10 acres I DC wbite oaks I'r D -- .. No 4 Kurta farm, lei nn every side I'ricefa.Oio I'ortlou of II . L. aeres In nr- ol slmhvr. rooms and use. .1111111 b mw two hall, avataas)i 'y'OB 'u " valley; i Ntl I ft tons, lonatsju harn, sttbe and eom erib. fl virds from MoQaaal and seluHil bouse bouses, largeroom tlwelliin: an.l hali Stenant tobacco burn miles South 1'rl 'e H.4M, K.isv f Kirk. 14 ailla from aChOOl well watered, a acres ajuod laad aaar ftaaln Sprlaaa near bam; on Kurai R juie. Ma fx Hprlogs. Hrecksor Idr couoty; 00s IWaorea, tare!; iii caa Nr 14 oultlratedi loo gioi dwelllnnj be of the best sei'tlolis III Ibe rouiny 1 3 I feed baraa, htd tobscco ham; 3 mi ea from lift aoraa snlla Boiuh uf Hork alt ivi.. (ood level land, i room delltaR Sample. Kas terms tenant bouse and necessary ouilailldliiKs. School bouse and ebtireb In 3X1 yards. Price ien "'He ICsal ,.f i, ;tr; Kood, stronc lime aj.MOcaah. sione soil, watered by wel, s aud sprluitii, on good o In ii rooms an dwell- iw lobaoou Bear cosi school stock baraa, wn O ;i acres.story laatroai Kirk, porch,- CyUntJ road, barn Moodll,S00, and cliurohes. un; )Vj Ktiod well. smaO tenant bouse, good barn and irood tenant b Msv, tine cuiver and grass laud. Priot la,IW. and stable xmid orchard le chard and amaa; pleat lm. craprtaa iuod alldare llinsr, 5 lasalm 1 . I aeres. :.n Ii 14 acres, tli on tin ' I " Is "'"'arms r.ver. irood lUacaaaiimproemeata; i. aro apple tren Jaat In prima of life. wood scbool. I Churches, boat landloit "4 acres, itocnj sod larel laud, N( ' 12 Rood barn ; sll land cleared, srell locii'eil: m,e, from IrtrloaitOB I'rlce J3.300 H ,n 11 n" ; : " I 'l. 'j 1 . lo IS ,1 fro risim bouse impro einciils dwelling wltb klu'lien on ha 'k porch; tw ifixjo b rns; b ru and leneiit boue a mi Hack iu tile tleid; (iieal and lieu bouse wood saad will sell on easy p. ly men is plenty if s 1, II fruit. KurOier particulars address tun I. li.ihbik'e. Cloverport. Ky ; cls-r.e; "t"s. m'ies fro, rooms aud nlde ruumi it III "" miles fruui Irviugt SastOO, ing; log dwedlng, t hi; well good stable 1 tabasco barns 1 tenant bousea lavs we itood youni; orcliard uood P eiity of go d tlmbtr for farm purposASi timber i OB rur ,1 route scbool house fi w y irds good land to clear. Price iJ.000 casb. KO jd four $3 -- lend: 1 1 ; ; ; ! A farm n talnlng JSO acres and fence. A nice cottage of () rooms, two Cisterns, a walled cell ir mi l& a store room over it. I so goo stock baresi one tenant lioUse; aiiout dji) apple and peart trees, also pears, quinces aud apricots; most all k'nds of small fruits. Includlug a Dies ror IttO i res four mi es l of vlnyard of choicest .'rapes: 'JtJO htm 'letrpd Will .'.i acres In jr ,UlVI aiendeane, i miles from branch bsvlaaca In wmnis iss. severs' railroad; all tresb land; 100 acres in culliva-tlOA- l groves of Mack locust s:illl''ient for posts ii sl act In grass; will produce the ii. st wire the whole farm lu It lies near Esrci It It. price is .V00O Ol in ntghboraoodi on I. It .v oora, wheal aad t hi long and easy payments. plenty lastlag w iter, well al BOOl of dwell ; FOlt laMt under I $2 I lib SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription lu HtLp From now until after the November Election. The Breckenridge News, :: '3 Cloverport, Ky. BOARS AND BUCKS 15 Poland Cbinii Hons. 1.'." each; 5 Hampshire Buiki $12.00 each; also Poltftd Hurhauis aud Gilts, nil a;ea. W. R. MOORMAN 4TS0N, Glen Dean, Ky. I ' w- - t- - THE OLD RELIABLE lit V M I itiSm rr w r-- v t T. T- -B A TVT 1 V Mrs have left for Mr-- (. I Law-o- n ami son, MILLINERY en er. Co'. cd J, WiliksfM ha return to ;'evvee Valley after heing . A. ANNOUNCEMENT 8MRS. MARY LYNCH 'will open her Urge line of fall hats from Cincinnati Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: An d th rough throe panics and paid every legitimate years of honorable dealing. claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 per cent on Time Deposits absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. Pa-se- EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 O'REAR CALLED OSSjNSMttl fr' l Judgs O'Rsar also dodges my question addressed to him as follows: "Do you endorse the pardons granted by Governor Wilson to Finlsy, Taylor, Howard and Powers?" Must Come Out On Pardons Judtf O'Rear voted for the resolution indorsing the administration of the present Governor of Kentucky, Augustus K. Willson, and the people have a right to know what the views of the present candidate for Governor are as regards the pardon, besides Judge is now a candidate for Governor, and if elected will be vested with the pardoning power, and the people desire to know if he indorses such pardons as were granted by Gov. Willson to Taylor, Finley, Howard and Powers. The people will not be satisfied, and am not satisfied with his statement that "He understands from the newspapers that Taylor, Kinley, Howard and powers have been pardoned," and asserts that I am trying to arouse the prejudices of some people in Kentucky Don't he by asking i.iese questions. know that some prejudice was aroused by granting tnese pardons. He tries by referring to the newspapers to indicate that he knows very httle about these cases, yet two of them, the Howard and Poweis case, were before him hs a judge of the court of appeals, and he must know all about each case, i Judge O'Rear draws on his imagination when he says one branch of the next legislature will be Republican, lie is allowing his hopes to control O'-Ke- ar 1 to elect a governor who is a Democrat and necessary and proper legislation without unusual expense will be enacted with harmony and promptnees. Judge O'Rear said he would like to know the dates of tne letters referred to by me which were written by Richardson, Farris and Mount. These letters were dated as follows: Letter of Hon George T. Farris Jan. 20, If11; letter of Hon J. R. Mount Jan. I4.1M1, letter of Hon. Ous W. Richardson Aug. 9H. 9 will show these letters to Judge () Rear whenever he desires to eee them. HARDINSBURG HANDICAPPED This Is The Case With Many Cloverport People. Too many Cloverport citizens are handicapped with bad backs. The unceasing Mil causes constant misery, making work a ourden and stooping or lifting an impossibility. The back Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hendrick, of Louisville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H Butler last week. Prof. G. Howard, of Rockvale, wis a visitor at Mrs. Chambliss' last week. He left Kentucky Saturday for North Carolina, where he again teaches manuel training in College work. Mrs. Davis Dowe'l spent a few days last week visiting and shopping in Louisville. Chintz Royalty, State agent for a life insurance company, with headMis." Julia McGuffin, who has quarters in Louisville, was here a few been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. days last week. Wm. Beard, the butcher, is seriously Haynes Trent, returned Saturday i ; the gii-- l ot Mr. and Mrs. Bennett. Mis Minnie Midi lias returned f0 Was mgton, D. C .nficr spond-;nthe Ml BMW with her parenis. . Mr. and Mrs. A. T Stifh. of Mm will Mil October l f.r the Philippines. Mi - Nannie Wa:hen nnd MtetS, Pigjjott and Kula Wntheii, .ave lemrned fr un three ue ks sojourn visiting Niagara Fails. tne WashingMetropolis of the Ki-aker Cit , Old Puliil ton, the Qu Atlantic City, ami ompforf, t' intei-psother point Mrs. Tula ByOiDM, who Inm - tii'ir re'.Mives here f r been nine tine, h is g 'tie to her hour III tithton. Mrs. Clint Hook and duughter, Miss Flora Hook, of Redlands. Col., spent a few days of last week as the guest of Mr. and Mr. Chas. Hook. Hpw-'vviiip- t. Wednesday, September 27, 1911 Wilson, Ckven and Company s Glen Dean, Kentucky r ill. evening to Louisville. John T. Jarboe has moved to Kvans-vill- e. aches at night, preventing refreshing rest and in the morning is stitT and lame. P. asters and liniments may give relief but caunot reach the cause. To eliminate the pains and aches you must cure the kidneys. Ooan's Kldl ey Pills are for sick kidneysthousands testify to their merit. Can you doubt Ctoverpo'-- t evidence? him. Democrats will have coutiol of both the State senate and tne house of representatives when the next general assembly convenes, and will be in a condition to perforin and carry out their pledges, whne Uepuolicans will not control either branch of the next gen-etaIf Kepub.icar.s had the assembly. governor, they would be powerless to enact or amend a law. One half of the State senators held over and will be members of the Stite senate when the general assembly convenes and they are all Democrats, and at least half of tne State senators who are to be electAt the last ed will be Democrats session of the legislature about of the member.-- . uf the house of representatives were Democrats and there is no indication that there will be any substantial change, but J udje O'Rear when be refused to answer my question gave himself away by declaring that one branch of the next general assembly will be Republican. Of course, he means the house of rep and if he believes tne next house i.f representatives will be Republican, Judge O'Rear is hoping that tt.e next general assembly will elect a Republican L'nited States senator. Kvery vote in the United ! two-thirds States senate i:. of the greatest im- portance. On the election of Democrats depends the solution of taxation problems in which the people of Kentucky have a great interest, because they want cheaper clothing, cheaper food and cheaper farming implements. Silly Threat of O k eat Judge O'Kear boasts that ht will have such laws passed if he is Governor as he desires, and if the members ol the general assembly do not obey his dictation he will keep them there for twu years. He must know he cannot do this. The governor has no power over time of adjournment of the two houses of the legislature except in case of disagreement between the twu houses. He has power to call extra sessions. Taylor tned that when he was acting as governor, and c:t'!ed the legislature to meet in extra session at London, situated in one of the upper counties of Kentucky, but senators and representatives would not go tnete in sufficient numbers to make a quorum. Judge O'Hear'e statement that he will keep the legislature in session two years unless measure he advocates are passed show the expensive government he would furnish if he had Franklin Beard, the power, because keeping the legisHardin Wilson, of Lou sy e, and Mrs. (leo. lature in session for two years would ntail an expeuse on the state of over wasatiilen Ieun Friday to see ville, were with a half million of dollars, while he un- his son and to look over bis I man Hen doling dertook to force legislature to obey his William Johnson. Cloverport, Ky. , says: "Doan's Kidney Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and have no hesitation in recommerd-inthem. For six years my kidneys were disordered, and the kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand deposited sediment. My back ached severely particularly at night and in the morning was so lame and sore that I cou d scarcely get around. Whenever I con If vou want to save money in buying tracted the slightest coH, it set'.ltd -- lewelry, call or. T. C. Lewis, the old my kidneys and made my suffering reliable jeweler. more intense. Doan's Kidney Pills ..ave The county High School opened on given me great relief from meat in the new building near the troubles." depot with a record breaking attendFor sale by nil dealers Price !M ance of pupils and patrons and friends. Fos'er-Miibur- n Co , Buffalo, cents. Several inspiring addresses were made i'New York, Sgetlt for the United the visitors shown tnrough the rooms States. and the enrollment of students made Remember the name Duau't and on the opening morning. BC1 other. take Twenty-onambitious boys and girls set for'.h upon their first of the four years of high school. Railroado And Farmers. Alvin Skillman has purchased the Ir W A Walker property for fL',750, One of I he big railway '.ems has announced its irtectiou of cultivating to wlrch he will move in this fall. Clint Hook and daughter, Flora, left friendly relations w'.in t lie farmers who reside along its lines Possibly the Monday for their home at Redlands, farmers will be found responsive to this Cal.. after a few wee s visit to relatives here. tender of the olive branch There uuiloubtedly a detp seated prejudice Miss Rosa Lou Ditto left Monday for againi tailroad-- . ia many farming com- the State Normal at Bowling Green to Were it possible to remove complete her life certificate course. munities. this prejudice the railroads and the Alt' Taylor aud John Cook, of Custer, farmers would both be tne gainers. bought the C. L. Heard residence at Most of the railroad companies in the sale Saturday for 12,700. this country have never troubled themMm Anna Kuicneloe visited Mis. selves partici.Uirlv to cultivate friendLum and Mrs. Richard Block, of Har-r.ely relations with the farmers or with last wee. As a result their patrons in general. Mrs. Patrie Sheeran, for several the roads have pan! dcarlv for their lack oi consideration. In many counties a years au invalid, died at her home railroad cannot hope to win a law suit near Hardinsburg last Wednesday, and burled is St. Romuolds cemetery unless it is able to make out tor itself t ease. " Falling in Friday morning. Her husband aud 'an open this the road is mulcted for about "all several small cnildren survive her. Railroads un Tney will live with Mr. Sheeran's the traffic win tear.-- ' questionably are frequently compelled aged motner In this city. "T.read baking success is guarantei d tant or unjust. On the contrary many if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". ol them show a pica) unish disposition in setting damage claims tu.it are palpably just and reasonable and it is this penny wise policy t hat is largely responsible for the antagonism that exists in Glorious T ip rural localities. It would have been in the interest of the railroads to have cultivated friendlv Mt. Fred Ferry and daughter. relations with tne farmers from tne be- - Annie Murray, have returned Miss Refit Cain, who has been In tnat case tne railway cor- boost ginning. Irani Hwadoa, Ya. They siting relative-- ' in Bewleyville sv ;it a disadvau- poration would h tage when it must needs appear in wi i.t with Mr. Ferrv to Atlantic for several months. passed through court of a defendant. The corporation City, New York, Philadelphia. and town Friday enroute to New M which respects individual rights is not many eastern place of interest. ico, where he goes its tt missiongoing to make many enemies Courier Ttiev were entertained in Wasli-inti'i- i ary. Journal. Mrs. B. F Marshall has gone Mr-- . Sirs. Parker. Heard and Mis- - Mary back to Cincinnati after a visit to Morns her sister, Mrs. A. D. PolllMO. Succeeding At Glen Dean 1 g 1 the-sixth -- Dolph Board left Sunday for Louisville where he has a position during State Fair week with Seymour & Patsy on the Fair grounds. Misses Bessie Lashbrook, Lelia Hills-ma- n and Hannah Beard and Messrs. Morris B Kincheloe, Vivian Haswell and Arthur Beard were guests of Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, from Saturday until Monday. Misses Beard Hillsman and Lashbrook and Dr. Lex and Harry Conniff, of Irvington, motored to Cloverport Friday night. Misses Xancye and Delia Kincheloe are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Withers. Charley Durham left Saturday for Louisville until the close of the State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Beard are spending the week in Louisville Rev. and Mrs E. B. Eunlish returned to Owensboro Friday after a pleasant visit to relatives here and at Stephens-por- t .. a rtl aucl-shu- ; Subscribe Mrs. E. H. Jolly will leave tomorrow for Louisville, where she will visMt relatives for two duys. Mrs. Charlie Webb,' who has been spending the summer the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cunningham at Chenault; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Jolly, of this place left last week for New York. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Spradlin have returned from a several days stay in Louisville with friends and relatives. The Baptist Young Peoples Union will give a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. MeGloth Ian on Monday evening, September 18. F. W. Sham, of Dallas City, Mo., is the guest of his sister,Mrs. J. L. Henry. This is his lirt visit to Kentucky for 47 years. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marshall have just, returned from a trip to White Mills, where they have been visiting relatives. Mr. aud Mrs. Charlie Hawes have returned from Owensboro, where they were t he guests of his father for several days. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McCoy, of Louisville and cousin, Mrs. J. A. Wooldndge, of Paducah, spent lust week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brady. Charlie Netherton, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. .nd Mrs. N. B. Netherton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison ani children, of Cloverport, spent last week in this city as the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mis. Jacob Morrison. Mrs. S. P. Parks and sister, Mrs. J. W. Herndon, are at home after I visit to their father, Mr. James Lewis, of Brandenburg. Dr. W. W. Dean, of Sioux City, Iowa, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. MeOlothlan for a few days la- -t week. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Cowley and son, of Birmingham, Ala., arrived Sunday to be the guests of Mis. Nora Board for a while. Miss Aliene Cowley left laM week for a week's stay with M ra. Heniy Cowley in West Point. have recently The remodeled and beautified the inferior of their church, nuking it one of the uio-- t attractive places of worship in the city. , Pie-liyleria- ns tlJLSTIOH ITS TY IS THAT MONET SAFE- lilt, N IT IS SAFE FROlt A 1. 1. DANGERS OF IOSS THHOVGH HAVING A CHECKING AC COI N T H EH E JOtrED IN s IHf.fl HUKGLAIir. Fl RE A 'D MOST OF RURNING ALL THE OF THE POCKET " A CHICK BOOK H-OTHER FEAT IRES 10O FOR YOU AW 1 BANK OF CLOVERPORT DO YOU 1 WANT A FARM? oue-iour- I have toe best of my farm land still aneold; th will sell for cash or a cash equivalent, the balance in payments to suit purchaser. This laud is locate oa the Hirdinsbuig and f.eitchficl l roa I, ten minutes' drive from railroad statiou and the same distance from Kingswood where is locate! Kingswood College. District school will be built on or near this Uml If you want a farm dnn't fail to see this Und. Also have twn pair work and a pair of large horses that I will sell. Write or Come to Hardinsburg C. L. BEARD, Live Stock Show At Hardinsburg. Ky. Ier, have returned from Louisville where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Gregory While there Mr. Oscar Holder, of St. Louis, spent a day with them. His son, Yewell Holder, has a nice position in a clothing stor. in St. Louis and goes to night school. Hit young friends here are glad to learn that he is making good. Took Blue Ribbons. Mrs. Chas. Warfield took two premiums at the county fair; one on a silk quilt, the other a sofa pillow. Mrs. Warfield is quite talented with the needle and she is proud of capturing the blue ribbons at Floral Hall. Breckenridge County Fair. The live stock show ;tt Hardinsburg was especially creditable, particularly the sheep and Hogs and Jersey cattle, w th one good herd of beef cattle. This is one of the fairs that means more than a horse show and racing, and the people are keenly interested In tneir other stock. Mr. Letterlee, of G Letterlee & Son, the well known seed corn people, judged ttie sheep, hogs and beef cattle to the eminent satisfaction of all, as he has done at the Hardinsburg fair for several years. i'he Jerseys were passed on by ti. P. Adams, of Louisville. There were fifty-twhead of this breed exhibited and both in point of numbers and quality would have done credit to any community. J A. Burres, of Leitchtield, had nis good herd over and won a number for best fe of firsts and sweep-stake- s male. Mrs. Lucy Herron, of Irvington, Ky.. was also on hand with the cattle purchased at the J. A Stanley sale and others. Sne won first and sweep stakes on her bull, first on a handsome yearling in milk and several other ties. Mr. Percy Beard and Mr. James Heard came in for a goodly snare of the honors. These gentlemen have some excellent cattle In their herds of the very deep milking kind, and at the same time possessing a great deal of finish. rs. Herron won first in the dairy contest on aged cow with Mr. James Beard second Mr. l'ercy Beard won liret in the co'itetton heifer wltn Mr. James Beard o Banana Fluff. Slice six large bananas (the red variety if possible), sprinkling with sug ar and grated cocoanut, and place directly on the ice to chill and ripeu, then well-beate- mash to a pulp with a wooden spoon. n adding the whites of two eggs, which should' be lightly folded In; now turn into the chilled freezer, turning the crank for about five minutes or until there it a slight resistance, wheu half a pint of whipped cream and the juice of one orange may be added. Freeze very hard and repack in small molds, serving on tmall tquaret of sponge cake that have been spread with a vividly tinted jelly Farmers' Home lourual. Fine Twin Boys Mr. and Mrs. John Whitter. of (ilen ean. have th,e finest pair of twin boys as can he fouud in the United States. They are nineteen months old. One has dark hair and dark eyes, the other blue eyee and light hair. I f d. dictate.. The bet way to solve the problem la of Hardinsburg, Miss Kuth Marshall returned Wolf, of LouisFriday from a week's visit to her them. Congress cousin, Mis Anna Mosley at u and Prof. Joel White Mills. lie wis well pleased, ani Pile also entertained them at the Bread baking success is guarauteeu it 4uys the you no wen are doing line. capital. you uae the Lewiaport BEST Flour I The fair was a decided success from every standpoint, and the management ii certainly to be congratulated. Farmer Home Journal. Yewell Holder Making Good. Mrs. Thus llohler and on, Jets Boh