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The Breckenridge news: September 20, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911092001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 20, 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 BRECKENRIDGE A FIT tht TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1911. GIRL Breckenridge County People DAVIS' CONDITION At State Fair Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.J.L. Khodes. Axtel; Mr. and Mrs. ('lit! Haddock, Miss Cleo Hstllrld. M's. G. H. Claycomb and Claycomb, Webster: J T. Horace Jones, Vanxant: Mr. and Mrs John Rns, Miss Haze! Holder, Mr and Mrs, IM D, B:i!lage, Mrs. Eugene Kingsbury, Chas. Smart and daughter. Miss Jennie, Clov erport; Thos. Donoghue, Thos H. Withers, Finley Miller, Sner-maBall, Dr. .1. K. Royalty, M. H. Lewis, T. C. Lewis, Hardinsburg; Rcs-co- e Davis, wife and daughter, Miss Lottie. Locust Hill: Mr. and Mrs. Milt Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Payne, E Manning and wife Harned: W Mooleyville; Bill Gilbert, Stephens-port- ; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kskndge, Sample; Lud Moorman and Estill Moorman, Vanzant; J H. Miles, S M. Haynes, F. J. Sipes, Thos. H. Blythc, Dick Hardaway,Irvington:A. H.Oliver, n Paes n. II WHITE SLAVE Miss Pearl Snyder. Of Harned. Says She Was Sent To Tampa By Edna Shelley, Ticket Show. fl LEFT HOME AUGUST Ky . Seller. Of Casino morning w th my We trted Henderson. bright .m mrlv mid git there before the crowd rtiveil, mi l I met the d' le NO WORSE gallon Inim the upprr end of the county nrnr where the rmlroii aati'in in n iw They wee h'S led liv the Brandrn'mrg Man Shot By H. L Stader In band and t tie y cirried I flag madp, I believe by Misses Ad Dealt Louisville Has Chance To of Hewleyville. I loveand think Dmry to if the Live Mr. Stader Returned old davs in lrar old Kentucky; ami I always glad to read the News and find Home -- Cause Of Shooting out what yon all are 4nf Wathl n B. Henderson, Newport, R. I. Not Told father, T. B I I Hu.linsburg BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PH08PHATE ROYAL 27. EXAMINING TRIAL TOMORROW The condition of Dr. John R. Davis, of Vine Grove, who was shot by H. L. Stader in Louisville, shows no change for the worse. The shooting occured in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Muir, Wednesday morning about 2:30 a. in. A charge of shooting and wounding was placed against Stader and he was placed under a f 1,500 bond furnished by C. W. Moorman of this city. He will appear at his examining trial in the Police Court in Louisville tomorrow. When seen by a representative of The Breckenridge News Saturday, Mr. Stader said he could not discuss the trouble, the cause of the shooting or anything in regard to it. He had been advised by his lawer, Henry Sanders, not to say a word about the affair. Mr. Stader returned home Thursday night from Louisville. He has opened his home but takes his meals at Kings- The Passing Of Summer Another summer has pased. The of autumn are visible on field an i f ret. All nature seems so slid, as if resting after its two sraso:,s of budding and blooming. At this season the hush of Nature falls heavily on the heart of those who can read hrr signs Bright, and are in sympathy with I the song of her varj'iig mood-.every bird there seems a saddened note; in evety passing breeze a whispered parting;in every waterfall a wail- - in the Kven the birds eeem silence team. tied of the King, gay season, and rue resting in some sylvan retreat. The sun shines but dimly; the few remaining flowers droop languidly in his weakened rayn. The zephyrs sigh in plaintive tones, as if chanting a dirge to fading beauty. The hoarse voice of November will soon diive the birds to warmer climes, andafcutter leaves over our summer's dead; then the winter's winding sheet will fall over all. Sept. 18 -- Telegraph Mvices early this morning that the jJavor imd chief of police of Tampa had "memmded the immediate arrest of Edna Shelley, of 32H West )efferson street, cashier at a motion picture theater, followed hard upon the heels of the news that the girl who alleges that she had been held ill white slavery in the Florida town, had been identified as Miss Pearl Snyder, of Harned, Breckenridge county, Ky. The Tampa officials called upon United States District Attorney Cheney, of Orlando, Fla., to take steps to have the Louisville woman The latter is taken into custody. by Miss Snyder with having charged furnished her transportation to Tampa r and sent her to a house of ill fame pretenses false The girl, who alleges that she was the victim of white slavers, was released from a resort at Tampa, kept by a woman named Marian Lawrence, four cays ago, following an appeal to the police. She was ill when taken from the place and was removed to a hospital, where she give her name as Mary Richardson and her home as Harned, ytoutsville. delicate tints Aged Couple Celebrate Birthday Anniversaries 15, of Mr. and Mrs Tom Hall, it being their birthday anniversaries. Notwithstanding, the weather was unfavorable, between seventy five and eight persons partook of the sumptuous feast, which the relatives aud many friends had Custer; H G. Vessels, Frytnire; . J. M. i uu-de- Ky. Family Reached Over 'Phone. The girl's identity was finally estabHer sister and J A Likes Kentucky Better lished last night. of the family, were Gray, a friend telephone, reached by Dear Mr Babbage: I am enclosing fl and upon being told of the contents of for renewal Cannot do without the t lev tMTi.i ii .u news aispaii.ii f...-i dear old friend, The News. Of all the d no doubt that the girl at Tampa papers that come to my home, The was reun nu News gets lirst attention. I love PennMiss Snvier's sister and Mr. L.ray, sylvania but Kentucky, in old Brecken when informed by telephone as to the ridge county, better. Yours truly, C. circumstances of the case, made the B Bates, Scootdale, Pa. following statement: "Pearl left home August 27, intending to first visit the Htrdinsburg fair CUPIDVfRUNIP and then to go to Louisville in search visited the fair She of employment. and was iu the company ot neighbors Marry during the day. That was the last seen Popular Young Couple any of her friends. or heard of her by In Jeffersonville Saturday brother and slsteY, with whom she . long-distanc- Fisher, Falls of Rough; S. W. Davis and wife, Harned; Eli Storms, McDan-- i Is; J. W. Nicholas, Garfield; Clint Davis, Mabel Haskirs, Glen Dean:Mrs. J. M. Cooper and daughter, Alliene, Vfinzant; Mrs. Thos. Davis and Lillian Kincheloe, Basin Springs: R. T.French and wife, Ceo. Richardson and wife, Richard French, Custon; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shacklett, Ekron; Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith, Fordsville; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Morley, D. M. Duncan and wife and children, Brandenburg; W. H. Eskridge, Falls of Rough, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Hawesville, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Pate, Hopkinsville; Miss Jennie Green, Falls of Rough; William VA'inchell and daughter. Mary, Tobins-port- . Ind. ; Mr. and Mrs. Hofrious Behen, Marion Behen, Sr., Miss Helen Kingsbury, Cloverport; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Beard, Hardinsburg; Mr. and Mrs E L. Robertson, Glen Dean Raymond, Sept IS. (Special joyable occasion wa that of the day dinner Friday, September ) An enbirth- prepared. Mrs. Hall has been an invali.i aoout four years, she having had a stroke of paralysis four years ago. leaving her left side helpless. Mr. Hall has been a sufferer nearly a year. He is in bed most of the time Friday was the sixty-eight- h birthday of Mr. Hall and the sixty-sixt- h of Mrs. Hall." Mr at.d Mrs, Hall have been married forty-livyears. To this union ten children were born: Mrs. Levi Pol lock, Mrs. Hayden Bassett, Mrs. W F. Chappell, Mrs. Frank Philpot, Mrs Sam Johnson, Miss Blanche Hall. June, Floyd, Mack and John Hall, ail living except Mack and John, who died after tney were grown. Tney are the grand parentsof sixteen living grand children! Mr. Hall was an old soldier in the e j I've watched the shadows creep along Mrs. Stader is in Louisville at the until the close of day, heme of her sister, Mrs. Muir. Her And listened to the whispering zephyrs mother, Mrs. Anna Ryan, is with the swaying blanches 'inoug her. play, She went to Louisville about two I've watched the mist upon the pliins weeks ago and Mr. Stader went last fast flee, before the BOOBd ij ' Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ryan was sun, called to Louisville Wednesday morn- And Watched the vine climb hiy'ii ni on ing. the arch to kiss the sun, speak of fleeting yea's, And the changes they may bring, The zepbyiH whisper to my ear a song I shall forever sing. Deai Mr. Hthbage: E iclose Bad $1 for Tne News another year. Will leave The mist is vanished dreams which Sped before the coin of life. Newport in November as usual foi Din-ve- t, Mass., and will ask you then to The vine speaks to my aching heart, Look up higher for the blighter change the addres9. Mrs. A. Moseley. light. This has oeen a good season in Newport, tluugh the society people do not entertain so lavishly ax they did a few years ago. We will make a great effort to elect a Democratic Governor is liberie 11 ind Mrs. Mary Bailey, of Little Rock, this ytHi . We have not made the nom- Ark., is here visiting relatives. inations yet, but Lewis A. Waterman, G. W. Winchell and daughter, Veva, once a news-boin Providence, will be attended the Fair and visit-- d relatives 'he nominee, and we have a food chauce last week in Louisville. 1 1 elect him, with a chance to elect a F. A. Bergen, of Louisville, was here legislature with him and if we do, some last Tuesday representing Bryant & of the King George Charier Laws will Stratton business college. be repeal, d. I am watching the fight Mr. and Mrs. Ross 1) ckey. of Fast in KrututKy all i I am su e you will St. Louis, are here visiting her aunt, win who theotll"Wf Horse"McCrear Mrs. Waldo Simons. I re:nemier bearing hini speak at Prof. S. B.Groom, af Princeton, Ky., Mostly 25 years ago.also Simon B. Buckutr and re.neniber hearing the is here visiting friends. byyi cry barret lot lacbaer, hVUy.tbe Forrest Pi. Ik has returned to school baby and I tode a mile from Whster to at Lafayette. bury's Not So Gay In Newport The shadows Civil War. Three other soldiers, Messrs Jos Klaherety. Matt Chappell and John S. Hardesty were there, fw amusement, they had a lovely croijuet ground and a graphophone with very beautiful records. Below is a list of names of those who ate dinner; Mr. and Mrs.W. F. Chappell and two boys Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Massett and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall and five children, Mr. and Mrs. June Hall and daughter, Mrs Frank Philpot, Mr and Mrs. Sam Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Pollock and live children, Miss Blanche Hall, Mr. and Mrs Levi Kerrick, Messrs Joe Flaherty. John S. Hardesty. Matt Chappell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, of Stephenspot Kev. Mr. and Mrs. Argabriyht, W. L Black and two chitdrea, Mrs. Mary Ater. Mr. ad Mrs. Taylor Compton and daughter, Miriam, Mr. and Mrs. Carrease Knott, Mr. ottis Stiff and family, Austin Knott and Houston Pollock, of Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Doler Hardesty, l)r Hardesty, Edgar Compton, Almond Chappell, Mr. and Mrs, Kd Hartley and two children and Mrs. Glen Macv and two buys. '""n . ' a, Mr. Conrad Simons and daughter, and Mrs. Zella Anl and daughter, Ethel, were in Louisville last week. Na-om- m-- i T08INSP0RT MUs Beatrice Payne is visiting relaMembers Of Lucile Memorial tives in Louisville. Juite a number of teachers from Will Hold A Series Of Serhere attended the Institute at Cannel-tovices Next Month last week. y The base ball club gave a dance evening which Wat well attended The Kev. Mr. Adair, pastor of the Lucile Memorial church, announced a and all had a line time. s of meetings to hegin at the PresBread baking success u guaranteed if byterian Church Su.;day, Octobi r you use the Lewis port BEST Floui u Sat-u.-da- eighth. A y Miss o'clock, Mr. Keaginn officiating. Alma Perkins, a sister of the bride, and Mr, and Mrs. Vachael Hinton accompanied them to Jeffersonville. Mrs. Wilson is the daughter of Mr. was a and Mrs. Wm. Perkins Refuses Interviewers. member of the 1911 graduating cluss of The home of Miss Edna Shelley, who C. H. S. was accused by the Snyder girl of furThe groom is the son of Mr. aud Mrs. nishing her transportation and direct- Steve Wilson. ing her to the resort of the Lawrence woman in Tampa, was closed to news- Money For Depositors. per men yesterday. The report given t at the home of Miss Shelley Saturday night that the young woman had Hartford. Ky., Sept. 14. Heavrin & left the eit was contradicted by sever- Woodward, attorneys representing J. al acquaintances of Miss Shelley. They W. McCartv, assignee of the Fords-v4llasserted that she is still at home, and Ky., banking company, state that though she feels keenly the notoriety a dividend of forty or fifty per cent, the case has given her, has no intention will be paid the depositors of that inof leaving town. stitution within tne next few days. This Thus far there has been no evidence is more than many of the depositors of activity by the local secret service had expected. District Attorney, men in the case. DuRelle, declared yesterday George "ull Fledged Lawyer. afternoon that he had received no offiin Tampa cial notification of the arrests A. W. Babbage, who has been doing nor of the connection with'the case of tlu Louisville woman. stenographic work for the past year in The penalty in cases of conviction for the law. office of 1). It. Logan, passed a white slave dealing is not less than five very successful bar examination at years in a Federal prison. This applies last week aud now has a licen-to all agents in the interstate transpor-'totio- n to hang out his shingle us a practicing of girls or women to engage in attorney. Mr. Babbage will go to University George Washington immoral pursuits. at Washington City, the coming year and In speaking over the pnoue to The get a law degree there. Mr. Babbage Breckenridge News yesterday morning has made many friends duriug his stay 'Oscar Snyder said that he had tele- in Pineville who wish him the best of graphed to Pearl Snyder at Tampa, success in his school year and hope he Fla. , to see if the woman was his sister will return here K practice law. Pim-vill- e He thinks she is, but as yet, hs receivSun. ed no word from her. Mr. Snyder said be had not heard from her since she Mr. Babbage arrived Fiiday night to Her parents are left for Louisville. visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil him She has dead and she lived He will leave Friday for Babbage. two sisters, Bessie aud Kuth, the first e, le e did not know how much money she had. After she left we heard nothing from her. The icu,uires made by Louisville reporters, of which we were told tonight by neighbors, gave us our first intimation that sho might be the girl in Tampa The substance of the dispatches from Tampa leads us to believe tnat the story is true. The family will take care of her and will ask that the guilty parties be prosecuted." Fr lived, well-know- n Night. The marri me of Miss Audrey Virginia Perkins and Mr Robert Wilson took place Saturday night in Jeffersonville. Ind. The ceremony was said at 9:30 THE OLDEST WOMAN OF PERRY COUNTY Grand-childre- Mother of the Lucky Thirteen; has Thirty-thre- e Fifty Great Grandchildren. n; LU j... ua, iII nii 19 .1.' well, ninety candles can be lighted on a cake for Mrs. Nancy Leaf, for the twentieth of December she will have reached the nintieth anniversary of her L1IIOS . u 1IUUI UIUOIUS t , birthday. She is an interesting woman and the oldest one living in the Tobinsport She is the mother of community fourteen children, thiiteen of whom are living. John, the one who is dead, was killed by a bayonet thrust during the latter part.of the Civil War. Mrs. Leaf is the daughter of Henry and Mary Weatherholt. She lirst saw the light at what was known as ''The U.d Chimuey Place," near the spot where the oil well was drilled on W S. Leaf's place. When she was seventeen years of age she became tne bride of Andrew Leaf, who died nineteen years ago. During the eaily life of Mr. snd Mrs Leaf the country in what is now known as the l'obituport Boitoms was heavily woodsd and some days the paths would be as dark as night. Ouly s few patches were cleared around ths houses of the few settlers scattered hers aud there Mrs. Leaf says in those days that buggies had never been heard of and people had not even then begun to ride horse back. Everyone walked from one place to another, many even walking as far as Vincennes for a marriage license. The county seat of Perry county was then at Rome, Indiana. When Mis. Leaf was a girl ths most popular amusement for young and old, was the old foshioned ''square dance " Church was also more popular then than now and the boys always took their best girls to meetin' The Leaf family have always been noted for their health and length of davs they must have been very obedient to their parents. The great children, grand-childre- grand-childie- n and iflart i ii mnrrii,( Washington, D. C. "Bread baking success if is guaranteed you use Lewisport BUST Flour. Bread bsking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. of Andrew and Mary Leaf are given below: Sarah Shoemaker, children 2 grand-child- r n 12, of Rome, Indiana; John Lsaf, un together. married; Arad Leaf, childrsn 2 grandMiss blult McGlotblan, of Irvlngton, children , Tooinsport, Indiana; Mary was here several days. A. Wheeler, children 5, grand children Miss 'Luis Fuqua, of UAenaburo, I4, Monroe City, Ind.; Thos. H. Leaf, Shivl-ly- , children 7, grand children b, Tobins-por- t, who has been visiting Mrs Geo. last week. returned home Ind.; Z. T. Leaf, children .'I, New Mrs Thos. Smith is improving aftsr Albany, Ind.; Levi Leaf, children 7, n 4, Arkansas City, Kan.; several wsekt illness. W. S. Leaf, children 6, grand children Hewitt Dix left Thursday for Lex b, Tobinsport, Ind.; Ophelia Shoemak ington to take up bis work in the State er, Koine, Ind.; Matilda Little, child- University. ren 4, grand children 1, Cannelton, Ind ; Tne to k visited the home of Mr. Liu ma 1. Leaf, utitnarried, Tobinsport, lud., Millard F. Leaf, children 3, Der- and Mrs O. H. Dowell the 10th and left a beautiful baby boy William by, Ind ; F. M Leaf, children 0, 111 i Kll M. Leaf, children 7, Clifford. Genda Surings, Kan. The snd uews came Sunday of the n grar.d-childre- Ky., nas heen engaged to conduct the revival. Tne members are making for the meeting and are anx Saturday Marshal', Tex is. Sept. night Mr. and Mrs. Jas Mattingly, of ious tor all the churches tc share the this city chaperoned a crowd of li f tee n services with them. young people to "Six Cylinder Motor Club'" on Caddo Lake, eighteen milts death of Miss Mabel Moorman, at from Marshall. Velvington Tne crowd included Mrs. Mattingly's Mr. and Mrs. May, of Cloverport, visitors, Misses Beatrice and Bala Mc Cracken. of Cloverport, Ky. The trip were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. The Missis Miller last week. was made in automobiles. Mrs. L. B. McCobbiai anil little McCracken certainly enjoyed the trip. daughter Kuth, an the guests of Mrs. Marshall Messenger. M. K. McCubbins. They will soon return to California to their home. STIPHENSPORT Geo. R. Winchtll and Family, of Kev. H. Jarboe closed a series of Tyrome, Okla., have returned home meetings at (Taiofl Star Sunday with after visiting Mrs. J. F. Winchell, a six additions to the church. sister in Stephensport and Mrs. C. C. Rev. Chas. Shephtrd closed his Whitehead and other relatives iu Louismeeting here Sunday with four ville, and Mrs. J. 0. Cockerill, a sister additions, three by baptism and one by in Franklin, Ind. letter. Printice Pullam is able to be out by Miss Marim Dix is able to be out the use of his crutches. again after several week's illness. Miss Laura Morgan, of Ammons, la Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith attended attending school here a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Smith's brother. Thomas Hall, near liaymond It Wis ths birthday also of LOUISVILLE MARKET Mr. and Mr. Hall. The relatives good neighbors gathered in with and baskets laden with everything good to people enjoyed Big Bunch of Cattle on The Mareat and seventy-fivthe nice duruer and spent a delightful ket Prices Down 10 to 25 day. Mr. Hall is an old soldier and Cents-Ho- gs Lower- - Good fought In every battle but never May they enjoy a scratch. Lambs Steady. many happy returns of their birthdays 11 two-weee -- A Trip To Caddo Lake pastor of Columbia, Louisville, Sect, lb, receipts of cattle today 335 head, the biggest run of the season. Good crowd of buyers but thsy were slow to take hold. Good to choice butcher cattle were among the best ssllers, medium and inferior kinds were slow and draggy at a decline of 10 to cents. Prime export steers lii aud 1.10; shipping steers 5.50; butcher stoersU and 4.50; good vtalsi and 10, 7 cents. Hogs slow and weak at Lambs, good ones, 4 and 5 cents. Egge case count 17 and 1H cents. if you use Lewisport Bread baking guaranteed a succeae BEST Flour. MOUNT ETNA IN FGUR Out- ERUPTION Elsctrical Journal Says He Can Easily Transmit Great Energy. l.i EVERY OR FIVE YEARS 7 YEARS eHt-h- Chinh 812.DO earli: fftmpehirt Ruck also Tolled hnrharBs nnd (Jilts, all aies. ; Hat. fli.il W. R. MOORMAN A SON. r Glen Dean. Ky. Last Previous Serious break Was In January. 1907. latest eruption Newspaper Correspondent's Description of 1908 Eruption. ooz year later before the volcano became active again. This time there were earthquakes In continuous shocks, and a new crater opened at n It was n Ooo of Mount Is ronsidcrod the most in ypnrs. It tins boen Hint El mi's orlo1s of activity occur Ht intervals of four or n rule-- , nnd M the hist flvo serious eruption Ml in January, 1!H)7, the iriNM My l s"ll to bp main TIIH vr-nr- IMf Us of turbance JVHI', AIUioukIi Hip disMM was pronounced. It wns by no menus M destructive as tlip hi IkmIuIp. protit eruption of occurred In I SJVJ. structive previous outbreaks The most deon record lli!. Hit lit, MMi 17!- -. 1S71, ;ui(l IStl'J. There was a mild MlbfMft In May. 1!X)8, and for n time the Inhabitants nlonr the slopes nnd In nenrby towns wen' thrown into excitement, but Etna subsided iiftcr CVTCftBg tlie countryside with smoke and ashes and was not heard from ncaln until March. 1010, when at the height of the tour ist MMM In Sicily the crater opened. It is not the MgM ho much as the tre menilous extent, of the mountain that Its base lins impressed tourists. miles, spreads out almost twenty-fivand from there to the summit it Is almost a porl'e t cone. At CCrtltB seasons t ho sides are coverpd with snow halfway down. The crater Is 10,000 feet above sea level, making Etna the loftiest volcano In Europe and the highest peak in Italy south of the e Alps. of 1907. On Dec 28, II" is, at the time of the loud detonations Messina disaster, were beard, nnd volumes of smoke rolled out of the crater. A panic arose union); the people of Catania, the nearest town to Mm volcano, but Profes Of RieCO, direc tor of the observatory, said that a great eruption WM not expected. His views were confirmed by I rank Perret, assistant director of the royal observatory on Mount Vesuvius, who, lifter an Inspection of Mount Etna on April 80, l!x)0, reported: "The eartliipiake at Messina has reduced its activity a ml for the time being has taken the energy necessary to create an eruption. Report! that Mount Etna was in eruption are untrue, as there lias been only a slight emission of vapors from the crater." It was on Jan. 0, 1007, that Mount Etna awoke ifter a period of inactiv- it y since t he eruptlon of 1800, Smoke, ashes and l.i nie arose from Its suni- mit. which v as covered with snow. On .Ian. M. 1007, the volcano, at the same time thai the earthquake at Kingston, Jamaica, occurred, became more active. Professor RicCO said t hat the lire openings inside the crater, discovered in ISO.'!, bad increased in size, but thai only imoka and the of tiro could be seen. Ashes were thrown out, ami subterranean detonations were heard. On May 8 of the same year the eruption became more violent. The lava How increased, nnd the smoke was so abundant that the whole at Unisphere as far as Catania was thick with it. There were severe earth shocks, and Professor Ricco was apprehensive of a great eruption. Eruption i height of 7,I0(I feet. It ejected columns of steam and elourfa of stones nnd ashes. This crater became the source of two streams of lava, which followed the course taken by the lava in the eruption of 1810 and 1168. How Etna Spouts Fire. Describing the appearnnee of Etna In the eruption of 1008, n correspond ent from Taormlnn wrote: "Nothing covM have looked more paacafu that Etna on the afternoon of my arrival hore. The sun went down behind It out of a clear sky. Its outlines becoming blacker and more obscure until finally swallowed up in darkness. I ron: outward signs it was the same sleeping beauty that it had teen since Ihe last eruption In MM In the morning April 20 there was a change. The peak was enveloped In vapor, which it took only a few seconds to observe was smoke, not cloud, but even then I did not realize that there was anything unusual until I noticed the excitement, of the Italians. "Smoke was coining from the crater at the summit, but by far the larger part from the east side of the mountain, a considerable way down, while now and then would come a rumble, sounding like cannon far away. Later In the forenoon the vapors from the topmost COM ceased, and the smoke swirled out black and menacing from lower down, taking the shape of a funnel and rolling sen ward on the wings of a westerly wind. Novel Sight. "The sight was as novel to natives as to visitors and parka) pa more full of meaning. All day long they kept stealing away from their work and running to the housetops or other vantage points to watch the changing aspects on the mountain) but they oiilil not tell bl day whether the volcano was in eruption. " Wait until night. thc.v said. Then If lava is flowing out it will show red through the darkness.' "So interest in reased toward dusk, and as the shadows thickened word went around the town: "I.'Etna fnmn! l.'Ktna fuina !" True it was. The giant fountain, after a ten years' trin e with the inhabitants of its fertile and ex pansive slopes, was again belching forth lava from the earth's inwards, though to w li.it extent or with what disaster one could only conjecture. "From Taormtna it ai peered as would a huge bonfire on a bill perhaps a mile awn.; which glowed red and yellow and now and then Bared up as if someone had thrown on fresh brush Put when one considered that the burning patch in the darkness was not one but almost twenty miles away be realized that what he saw wis a roar tag furnace and that what to his eye seemed gentle Milkers were, in truth huge masses of molten lava spnuted many feet in the air. the re nit of tre metidous convulsions in the depths be low." - new development of a mpchnnleal principle upon which Nikola Tesla Is said to have bpen laboring for some ypars Is described In the Electrical Review. This latest development In me-- I hunt I for w hich so much Is claimed by friends of the inventor is hnsed on (he adhesion and viscosity of liquids and gases and is said to afford n novel means of generating and transmitting mo. hnntcnl power. Dr. Tesla Is very optimistic about the results of his long experimentation, but will not discuss the matter for publication. lie expressed surprise that any one had heard of his Infest work before the appearance of his account of It in the electrical publication. "The pffielpncy of the mnchlnes Dr. Tesla has constructed on this principle," the Electrical Itevlew says, "Is evidenced by their remarkable performance, small turbines or rotary engines being run at a peripheral speed scarcely more than half of that of reaction turbines nnd giving several times the output of the latter." The article describes a small steam turbine recently exhibited In New York "having a motor only nine nnd r Inches In diameter and two Inches wide." which Is an id to be capable of developing 110 horsepower with free exhaust. This machine, it Is further stated, has no blades, vanes, valves or sliding contacts of any kind. "On neeount of the great simplicity of the apparatus, reversibility and extraordinary output." the article continues, "It will undoubtedly find an immense variety of uses, and the commercial world cannot fall to be deeply Interested In tills new development. The electrical industry In particular should be greatly benefited by this latest effort of Dr. Tesla." A three-quarte- SUFFERING I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound Building Material Let us have a chance to figure with you. 'II 3, and so nervous 1 could n o t do anything. The doctors treated m for different things but did mr no good. I got so bad that I could not sleep day or night. While in this condition I read of Lydia k. Pink, barn's V egetabln G 0 m p o u u d , and began it3 use, and wrote to Mrs. Pinkhatn for advice. In a short time I bad gained my average weight and am now strong and well." Mrs. Bai.ua Stkvkns, K. Jlox 31, Wattrika, Okla. 1". Waiirika, Okla. "I had female trou bles for seven years, was all rundown. D., No. It will cost only 2c to do this and we get your order or make firm who does get it give all its profit. you will the you Huntington, Mass. "lw.'s in a nervous, run down condition andfor three years could find no help. "I owe my present good health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and lllood Purifier which 1 believe saved my life. " My doctor knows what helped me and does not say one word against it." Mrs. Maui Janktte Bates, Box 184 Huntington, Mass. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not continue to sufter without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely has cured many cases of female ills, such as inflammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregrhirities, periodic pains, backache, 'hut bearing-d- . reeling, and nervous ost.at.ion .vn Another Grateful Woman. West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky debilitated for year. II d LOOK OUT FOR BAD $10 BILL. sic'x headaches, lacked ambition, was worn-taiHurdock Cecret Service Head Says It's a Danand nil Blood Bitters made nie h well womau." gerous Counterfeit. Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moosup, Conn. "This is a dangerous counterfeit and calculated to deceive." says acting Chief Moran of the secret service In a ROOSEVELT'S HUNT. circular issued giving warning of a new counterfeit ten dollar national Cost Smlh-oni.$"7,000 Colonel bank note. It is on the Anglo and l.on Him ;. I." Pc;d $23000. National bank of San Fran In Pound mothers the cost of the cisco and bears the portrait of Wll Rooaereil expedition Into Africa under Hani Mc It is of the series of Kittle: its aospicea of the Bmlthaonian insti 1808-0-8 and bears a check letter "U." iBt ion was ISOtflOA Thn expenses of This counterfeit is regarded by the HMD actual hunting were divided, the secret servb e men ns the work of the rImmM Kiulthaoalaa paying three 1ft ha person responsible for the counterfoil . and Colonel ItOOMSVOH about ten dollar Pasadena National bank note The division of expenses i eacil when which made i's appearance in Septem Colonel Poosevell Started on his tour bef, rtW It Is printed from photo of BfTfM and Nurope homeward bound phttW of good workman Socr tarv W' iI on is the only person graph etched li,p on two pieces of paper, between who knows who were the contributors which silk threads have been distrlb to the 8BTj0O0 spent by the institution utcd. in defraying Its three-tlflhof the e penses of the hunt lie has assured Digestion And Assimilation. the board of regents that not one penny of money appropriated by the it is not the nnnutttv of U d lake federal government was used and that but the aaanal dictate and a sinnUl w is all collected by him the money personally from frtwda of the colonel ed that giv-- Mrengt" and vita l y t He will not DMkOj public the list of eon the ajmataa, CuamharUiu'l S'oaiaiha'd tributors until the National Bjajanua Uvat, Tablet invigorate the et'itml. Is ready to open to the public the and livei and enable them to peffurtU Koosevell exlill.lt of African wild alli- their tiinctioiu Bnlnfallr. Im M hi um I and bird Uf Th" collection will ill rtnuls s not be read;, lor rt least a year. "General l v I'araicrs, nichanics, raiUbiulerp, la- ROAD BUILDING EXPERIMENTS borers rely on Dr. Thomas' Klectic Oil. T k s the sting out of cuts, burns or Results of Tests Made Near Harriet burg, Pa., of New Methods. braises al once. I'.iin cannot stay where Important changes in the matter of it is used. J constructing state highways are likely to be made as a result of experiments being conducted by the Pennsylvania state highway depart Bent. These were begun two years ago. when It beenme apparent that under the stress of In creasing automobile trallic the ordiSTABS A MOUNTAIN LION. nary standard macadam roads could condition a Beast That Had not be kept in first class Texas Farmer Slew without expensive repairs. Killed His Child. The various experiments have been Maddened by the sight of a mountain made In the vicinity of Harrisburg. in lion standing over the dead body of Inspected. The son. Juan Morales. order to be frequently his first was a plete of rood built ou what B farmer living seven miles from Is called the penetration system In Brownsville. Tex., killed the beast with 100S. Upon the usual foundation was i knife thrust in the heart after a fif- placed a layer of eroabujfl stone, half teen minute struggle, in which he susthe thickness of thai ordinarily used tained injuries w hich will cost an arm. In macadam construction, and Into Morales had gone to a neighbor's on the Interstices was poured an in errand and left bis three children, oil containing about 80 per aged three, seven nod ten years, at cent of asphalt. The surface of the heme. His wife died some months road was then covered with dry stone ago. He was returning and hoard the screenings nnd the mass rolled. Acreams of his children. Bushing into lthough subjected to heavy traffic for too house, ho saw a mountain lion, over a year, the road shows but little over 400 pounds. evidence of wear and Is ne irly dustless. which Weighed Touched over the lifeless ami a linos' Two pieces of road closely resemheadless body of his little son. bling (he ordinary sheet asphalt pave- The beast sprang at Morales, and the desperate Qjrhl begun Morales, who is forty-tWyears old and an athlete, JHK1 ried for a strangle hold on the mil mil. which fuejgbl with its paws and iais t .vas fast pulling the flesh from the light arm and shoulder of Month's hen he managed to get out his knife and made several cuts at. the mountain lion, which only made it more fo- Notice to Taxpayers I I I Iffllj HanalassaaMnMS H assl If you Subscribe Now cost, please meet me or one of my deputies at the following places on said dates: want to save the penalty and VanZant, Rockvale, Glen Dean September 20 44 21 three-year-ol- d McDaniels 1 " " I 22 23 I The State has forced me to settle and will have to force you. The 6 per cent penI alty goes on December 1, Yours respectfully, -- Denrv ie rrscn Sheerr c3zkbV! haw-m- imoMi vv kw r O PICK OUT THE MAN! He carries himself w'th an air of confidence He looks his fellow man straight in the face. He has no circles under his eyes from loss of sleep He is not tempted to extravagance. He tallies with this description because he is the man with a bank account, and no matter how small it is. it something for the rainy day. More than likely he banked with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky., because it is a strong reliable bank and offers superior advantages and facilities. MATTHIAS MILLER. President W. K BARNES. Vice President ri icious. run-dow- ar don-Pari- s two-tilths- Morales was almost exhausted when in driving the big blade of the knife Into the heart of the animal and staggered from Its grasp as It fell dead at bis feet. Morales fainted, and his two little girls revived him with cold water and then helped him to bandage the wounds. It was a long journey to town for medical aid, and. without a conveyance handy, Morales determined to make the trip on foot wMh his two surviving children. They had almost completed the Journey when a man In I wagon picked thom up and carried them to Brownsville. lie succeeded ;j DIRECTORS J. W Guthrie, D. SHAW. Cashier Z. C. HENDRICK, Asst Cashier SP1U4KLINO ASCUAI.rH' OIL. s 1 s How It Got There. For bowel anmpMnti in children h1 A gamekeeper Mr as over bin wsvk give CkyunborlaUi'i Colin, CkoUr muster's est, ae one morning, when be and Diarrhoea ReUMdj mid castor oil, MM BUUtered a genllemau of the poachIt it crrtuin lo effect a cute and Bjrbaaj ing class. Tile gamekeeper uotlcod bnt was bulging In a educed with water ami aaaMMMMl i" that the othi-r'ui inns manner. After subjecting the yieasant to take. No physician can prescribe it better remedy. For sale by nil hat to nu examination he found u line young pheasant. dealers. "How did this get here?" the game keeper asked, glaring at the culprit. Louisville Kveniug Post "Blowed If I know." growled the and Hreckeuridge New poacher, gating at the pbeasunt with one vear $3 50 an apparent look of great perplex "The blooming thing must have crawl"Bread baking success is guaranteed ed up my trousers leg." fondou Tit if you use Ltwisport BEST r'lour". Hits s $3.50 i nietit, wliU h w ere built last year, show practically no evidence of wear. Telford blocho. laid by hand, were ured as a foundation, and on top of this was placed a mixture of crushed stone and asphalt, uiixed hot and rolled. A surface of fine stone screenings and asphalt WM placed over this. Another experimental road now being constructed bus a lelford base, Don't think that piles can't be enrtd. upon orhleh is placed a layer of crushThUUSOndl Oi obstinate cases luve bctn ed stone and asphalt mixed with the OUTOd by I loan's Ointment. oU cents at stone cold and the asphalt but. The surface a iprlnklod with hot asphaltlc i' y drug store. oil and covered with a thin coating of coarse sto;:e screenings. His First Day at School. Miniis methods exceed th" These I know a little boy who starts cost of on loary macadam by at least journc far today, t'pon a ... per cell', but this extra cost is sup And, oh, the love of anxious hearts posed to la more than compensated by That follows him along the way! thi' reduce! tost of upkeep. A traveler to wondrous lands. The depi.rtineut is also experiment waves again tie turns und smiles and Ing vltb t dust layer for ordinary To one with wistful eves who stands Already lonely at the pane. macadam to. ids known as glutrln It is a byprn met of wood pulp making lUlO knows the road Is rough and lone The llipiid has the consistency and apTor baby feet so soft and small; t It is soluble in water, ki.oivi l.ow travelers bruvo and strong pearance o" tar Hi tin stress and storm and burden fall. and one of its peculiarities Is that each sue. ceding salulall renews the bond ;ut najnfM al woes her wanderer knows Ing or rpUl sting qualities of Ihe comX reckon! of the strife lit store. ely, wlth-.iua care, ho goes, pound. A piece of loud dressed with I.Ike the gay venturers of yore. season Is being carefully It early thi watched b; the department. Aleut; Ui.it iced nie love and fame And Rood for all, yet some there be A hu And at last but grief or shame, alwayi ui ae or les pre Whose end Is BOal and poverty Dtarrh ira valeilt duiinx Septeinbe' lie mother of that Utile boy for it. Cbuiherltiu' C die, Choi via and who tenth belli uimiu today. Jod grant your rayer that peace and Joy Diarrhoea Remedy - prompt and effect-ualway! Attend his foof.teps all the It can always lie depMiden upon Leonard II Robblns In Newark Evening News and is plcastut to ake. ftt$ itle by all dealera. Louisville Evening Post and Breckeoridge News Do one year 83 $0. i -- Allen R. kintheloe, Alvin n Skillman Huston Alexander A. C. Glasscock J. W, Teaff Dr. VYm. L. Milner THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg Ky. SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription to HCr From now until after the November Election. The Breckenridge News, :: Cloverport, Ky. SUBSCRIBE NOW and keep In touch with the Political Situation Knives, Hatchets, Scissors, Axes, Et& Sharpened Good as When New, aflerwork Houis, . $3.50 We Neat Job Work W. A. ROFF, Cloverport A THF RAP.F FflR IBB URAL BAD FtOADS AND FARM Dm- ROUTES AND ROADS. Mil Vk I Wfl 8ERTERS. The mavimtnt of to many thousands of young people from the farm to the city it largely cauaed by bad roadi, whioh their homea and rander tha world around them inaceaatibla. Tha addition to the urban population laaaana tha producing force of tha farm and at tha eame time createa a greater demand for farm produeta. Thia meana a higher cost of living, and an undeeirabla aituation no-lata f How DREADNOUGHTS Experts Appraise Navies of Great Nations, GREAT BRITAIN IS STILL FIRST, .,. .;. ' Florida, Are Two American Warahipa, L argent Utah and WORK OF THE GOVERNMENT IN Experimente In Duet Preventives and Since the new American DreadBinders Being Made. nought Utah arrived In port at New York to Join her slater nhlp. the FlorDuring the past year the work of ida, now nenting completion at the public roads of the deBrooklyn navy yard, nnval men have the othYe of partment of agriculture relative to the been lilacuaslng with renewed Interest Investigation of the problems of dust the relative position of American sea prevention and road preservation has fighters as compared with the nuvles advanced rapidly. Routine tests or of the other nations. While experts analyses of bituminous road materials copcede that Ureat Britain has the made In the laboratories during the largest aggregate of warships, with past year were more than double the either Germany or the United States number mnde during the preceding eeeond, It Is asserted that the two new year. Dreadnoughts of the United States outA number of these examinations rank lu size and strength anything were made In conjunction with tho ttonf. experimental field work of the office. The British battleships Lion and It Is expected that these examinations will be of great servb-- In determining lean ships, but neither of these Is as the value of certnln classes of binders, yet in service. Germany also has a as the experimental work Is carefully number of powerful Dreadnoughts In Inspoi ted from time to time, and the course of construction, but the largest results are made a matter of record. German ship In commission is of less Through Its laloratory work the oftonnage and efficiency than the Utah fice has been able to offer valuable and Florida, which have displacements advice In regard to specifications for of 22.000 tons each as compared with bituminous road binders and In many 18,000 the original Dreadnought of instances to frame such specifications tons. They take the lead over the upon request of various public service Delaware and North Dakota, 20,000 bodies. A number of the state hightons each, which heretofore were the way commissions have profited by this prize ships lu the American navy. Be- opportunity. sides leading the ships of all the great Many worthless road preparations powers in size, they also bring Ger- have been and are at present being many and the United States nearer manufactured and sold to the public together in the race for second place through Ignorance on the part of both among naval powers. producer and consumer with regard Among the experts the original to the requisite characteristics of such Dreadnought has become the accepted materials to meet local conditions. unit of sea fighting efficiency. Count- These materials are sold under trade ing It as a unit of 100, tho American names and as a rule carry no valid battleship Delaware and her sister guaranty of Quality, ship. North Dakota, have an efficiency Specifications for such materials are ratio of 110 each, while the Florida and therefore much needed for the protec Utah have a ratio of 125 each. These tlon of the public, nnd this phase of ratios for American Dreadnought ships thfc work will be given continued at aggregate !T0 as ugalnst an aggregate tent Ion by the office. Special InvestI So Ger- gatlons of bituminous road materials of about 700 for Germany. many and the United States are sep- carried on by the laboratory have eov arated by only a few points for posi- ered Improvements In the methods of tion of second when the Dreadnought analysis, the effect of various methods unit of fighting strength is the basis. of distillation upon the physical and On ships below tho Dreadnought unit chemical properties of tars nnd the the scales are turned In favor of the development of a test for determining United States. the binding value of bitumens. New York, The whose . keel was laid recently, will out- ,. OILING ROADS CHEAP. ., , . II k 111 Milling HIU3 c. Ll' How Evanston (III.) Highways Are Germany. Her tonnage will be 27,000. Kept Dustlesi. ships under conThe largest liritisli A noiseless, asphalt like road sur King George struction are those of the face, dustless which asphalt is not class, 25.000 tons, and the largest of new every year and at new German ships building are of and nuidiess. the designers, n cost no greater than for the sprin Tlie British 23,000 tons. or pavements. Is however, are planning the Queen Mary, klini: of ordinary roads made possible by the use of what ii 29,000 tons. The New York represents left of petroleum after kerosene. ga the largest warships being built, while ollne and paraffin have been removed the Utah and Florida are the largest that is, if the road upon which it Is in the service of any of the great na- used Is macadam. I'rancls Buzzed tions. in the Popular Mechanics Magazine tells how this has been demonstrated HUGE BUTTERFLY. on the roads of Hvanston, a wealthy suburb of Chicago. Specimen Found In Brazil leas Big ai He says that the city buys the road a Sparrow Hawk. oil nt 3 cents a gallon. It Is delivered W. M. Mann and Frederick Baker, in tank cars of the standard type, members of the Stanford Brazilian ex- which cars are run on to a siding am! pedition who remained behind, have held until the oil is used up on the sent news from Madeira, on the Ama- streets. The average application Is one zon river, of the discovery of a hith- quurter gallon to I square yard. erto unknown species of the morpho, The force required for the work The new species Is does not exceed eight men. One of a huge butterfly. as large ns u sparrow hawk and this number Is a foremau, paid a wage caused considerable fright to the mem- of If.'! per day, and the other seven, bers by flying toward them in an at- stationed at the tank car to aid in titude of attack. When within a few pumping the oil out when this Is necpar day. feet of Its enemy It strikes and soars essary, receive to a height of tweuty or thirty feet, returning to repeat the attack. SevRoad Near Topeka. eral large specimens of the insect have For many Dallas, out of Topeka. Kan been preserved and will be further In- to the west there is an almost Ideal vestigated upon the party's return to dirt road that has been made and kept e campus. In condition by use of the road drag. The remaining members will travel When the rain or snow falls this up the Amazon for a distance of 500 road bacotuaa I little muddy on top. miles and will gather specimens of the but the mud is never deep, and there animals uud plants all along the route. are no ruts or "chuck holes." It Is The river, after a hundred miles or so so graded that the drainage is perfect from the mouth, is so thickly infested and It dries off almost Immediately. with crocodiles uud large gar that This splendid road has taken the bathing in the river Is absolutely Im- place of one that wus almost lmpas possible With any degree of safety. sable in bad weather and very rough The crocodile! ore of the larger species lu good. It eest the labor and expense of the floating variety and are dan- of one dragging per mouth and wus gerous. Fresh water ilsh. such as carp made possible by the activity of one and cutflsh, which In this country do man who Interested his neighbors not excel in size, on the Amazon at- Now the neighbors would not will tain the weight of from 1100 to 500 iugly do without It. Such roads are pounds under the equatorial sun. DOfjalbbj 'n most neighborhoods In Kan The struggle for existence of vegetation is Indescribable, and the bank along the river is one solid mass of 4 vim's, palms, mosses and tangled 8PLIT LOQ DRAG. orchids, it Is Impossible to set foot on the ground for a distance of a mile A aplit tog drag will maka tha from he banks. Monkeys, snakes and road imoervious to water pro parrots are the only animals which can vided it ia used in wet weather exist In the dense clusters. and is not too sharp. e super-Dreadnoug. I . : 1 I In Service of Leading Powers, While the New York Will Excel Any Being Built. PRESERVING ROADS. Di; artment Hs Become Strong Agjncy of Highway Improvement. The marvelous development of the how greatly rtiral mall ervlre the people prize this daily blessing anil indicate that they would le extremely reluctant to gle it Up or In- - de prlveil of It for any cause. This being so. the postal department has In Its power to become a stronger agency for highway lmpro ement. There are certainly few communities that would give up their mall service! rather than Improve their roads, and If the department should see fit to put it Up to the people where the roads :ire bad. give them the choice of nink ing better mails or doing without mall. It seems that they would, in common pnrlani e. 'get busy." The department has sent out a ntinilirr of bulletins containing h warning, and these are said to hRve lieen partially effective Part of the last bulletin Issued to pot masters contained this: You are directed to Inform yourself with reference to the condition of roads anil bridges on the rural route out of your office, and If you find that they require Improvements you should present the mutter In the strongest and most positive way to the patrons anil road officials, informing them that Im ptO ye map til must be made as soon as practicable If. after a reasonable time has elapsed, the Improvements have not dcen made or started, you will report the fact to this office in or dcr that action may be taken looking to the dlsi otitltiiiance of the service. "The depart tnent Is not ItntiieiMtitelv concerned In elaborate road improvements, bit) In the Interest of the best service to the largest number of pa Irons It must Insist upon roads being kept in good repair, the lack of whicli is usually d'ie to Improper drainage and a Banl la Vie grading and surface work, which "00 be easily and cheaply accomplished by timely work ami the regular use 'if the split log drag or similar del ic..." Pos'J-- ate! Free Railroad Trips To Louisville the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Fall Merchandise to advantage Beginning September and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: I, P this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales sales checks, which are given you with each pur chase, at once, to the Credit Desk, first floor, South end of the building, and we will refund in cash, 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. URCHASE a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in Special Notice to Charge Customers Refund made only in cash at time purchase: refund cannot be credited and at the time of the settlement of the account. Market St. and Fourth Ave "I have a world ol ChamberlHin'sCough used it with petfect tuccefs," write Mr. M I. laafatd, Pooleaeillt, Md. For sale by all dealers. coo fide nca tn Keinedj for I Iihvc - Bacon a sons aa INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky unlil I 1 T I aaasa. Jr Petition For Stock Law. Wm. Mail V.. Hardinsburg, to tha highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, th tSth day of September, Ml, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court day.) upon a crenit of six and twelve months, the following described property to wit: A certain track or parcel of land, lying and being in Breckenridge county, Kentucky, and j 0 a others HtOek Law I Ol petition for (County court Rreckenrldge It appearing to the Court, after having been sufficiently advised, that Win. Hall and others on petition fot a stock law. being in number more than twenl naving signed the petition, anu being - 0 each and all over the age of -- I ears, and legal and ualified voters in Magisterial District- No. 4, of Breckenridge County, Ky., known as Bewleyville Magisterial District, and sawl petition having been presented to the county court of said county at its regular tel 111 in August, lyll, praying and asking for a vote to take the sense of the legal and qualified voters in said Magisterial District No 4, of said county f Hrecken-ridge- , known as Bewlejville Magisterof upon the question ial District, whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said Magisttrial District ; it being the desire of the petitioners herein to prohibit the running at lare of all cattle generally and not only certain species thereof. d The saul petition having been in open court at said August term 1911, the same is now ordered lied of record, and the said petition having been duly filed more than M clays prior to th next regular November election to be held in November I9IJ, at which County ami State officers mav "be voted for; and the petiticners having deposited with the County Court the sum of 37 00 dollars the amount required of them by the court to hold said election for the expense i f same in said district upon said question It is now ordered by the court that said election be held on the next regular election day in November, 1911, in Magisten.il District No. 4, of Breckenridge County, Ky , known as Bewleyville Mag (atari! District of said county and a poll or polls be opened and ballots printed for each poll, if there be more than one, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in said district upon said question of whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said district; th:,t said election and notice thererecf and a copy of this order be published in the Breckenridge News, a newspaper published in Breckenridge County Ky., giving notice of said election, and that same be published in 5 separate issues of said paper and for more than 20 days prior to said election. The County Court Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to have the ballots for the various precincts in said Magisterial District No i, of Breckenridge County properly prepared and the question printed upon the said bal''Are you in lots as follows, favor of making it unlawful for cattle to run at large on the public highways anil uninclosed lands of the Bewleyville Magisterial DUtrict, No I ' And ties officers of the regular November election lyll, are hereby directed to open a poll at each and all voting precincts if there be more than one in said District for said purpose as aforesaid htrein. L. L. Waggoner, Judge Breckenridge County Court A Copy Attest: H. M. Beard, Clerk Breckenridge County Court pre-senttto-wi- bounded as follows: Begining at a stone in the Kincheloc line, one pole south of a black oak, them e down a branch N. 19, R, fj poles to a sassafras thence S. Ii7, K. 10 poles to a sugar tree;tlu-ce S. 71, E. 8)jj poles to a mulberry: thence S. 8", E. M poles to a small hickory; thence N. 50. K 6 Doles to a small hickory: thence N. 7I, E 11 poles to a smail locust: thence N. 41, E H to a small persimmon; thence N. so,E. 14 poles to a double beech; thence N. 61), K. poles to a hickory; thence N. Mi, E. 3D Kles to a sycamore: thence N. i!4, K. B poles to a hickory, thence N 47, K. I poles to a small sycamore; thence N. 8, W 10 poles to two beech es on the creek: thence up said Creek 10 poles; S. 11, E I9 pole ; S 33! S. 31 E. --'J poles: S. 48 B 0 pr.les. S. 3O K 14 poles to the mouth of a large branch; thence up the branch S. 76, W, . at) poles; H. 41, V . Vi poles: S. .111. 26 poles; S 66, W. 10 poles: S. 21. W. 10 poles; S .17 w. ll' poles: w. sv, w. i poles: S. 44. W. S poles; S. 40. W. 6 poles; S 5'--'. w 10 poles; S. 60, W. poles: S. 4- -', W. S poles; N. 75, W. w. , w. poles; B. 4 Doles; 3 poles; S 50, W. 16 poles; N. 54. W. Z, w. poles: N. P6, W. s poles; a W. Doles; N. I7K,W.30 poles: N. M poles: N. 2d, W. X poles; N. 10, W. . 8 poles; N. 8, W. I poles; ,N. 21 olea; N. IS, W B polaa; N. .si. w. a, I.. VI poles; to an ash; thence IN. SO poles to the begining, :outaining I40 acres oy Mirvey. i nere is aacecieu from this boundry a road way jU feet wide on the entire West tad Of aald land. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bono. bearing legal inte rest from tlic day ot sale until paid, and having the force Lein and effect of a judgment. to secure pament of purchase money. Bidders will fee prepared to comply promply with these terms Dee Walls. Commissioner. I NOTICE! j The Irvington College will open its second school ) ear September II, 1911. Four departments will be maintained: Preparatory; Normal, Collegiate and Husical. The college has been able to procure the service of a lady who is graduated from Chicago sity. She is able to give the very best insrtuc- - 0 tions that can be had. Those who intend to take a preparatory or a college course will do well to give us your consideration Good private board can be had for $3.00 and $3.50 per week. Address all communications to H. R. KIRK, n 0 hoc or W. J. PIGOOTT, Sec. 3 lie HOC & Treas 0 zor. FARMERS' FUNDS are safest in t h i - atfMfJ limk. It's rUky in town oi country. In keep surplus funds lying inoumi. particularly in the country, whore it is dunoerous even to cstn v money in the pocket. The fiinner can deposit hi money here in absolute at'ety, yet with one of out' check hooks in the house, can ii.e it almost as fieely as actual cash, saving time and expense in remitting to distant pointw, ad avoiding risk. Come in and talk it over the next time you're in town. COMMISSIONERS SALE. : Family Record on Turtle's Baek. George I. Siillman, a business man of Westerly, It. I., was strolling about bis farm, about a tulle from the village, when he came across a big turtle which was sunning Itself on the banks of a pond. He secured It and found eugruved on Its shell the Initials of bis grandfather Adam Stillmau. engraved In 1K05. Further exa initiation disclosed the mime of another Adam Stillmau. Jke great grandfather, engraved to Wf8. and the uauie uf 1'uuJ Maxou. Tarred in 17U3. COMMISSIONERS r SALE Better Roads Shorten Distances. "I wish niy furm wus only half the distance from town that It la." said a farmer to a prominent business ujihi after he hud hauled a load of corn over muddy rouds for eight miles "Well, we cau take your farm uud move It four inlleu closer to towu," replied the business maa. The furmer looked Incredulous. "How?" be auk ed. "By building tcood roada." replied the merchant. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Keutucky. Patrick Taaff s Adrm-.Pla'n- . KquUy Patrick TeatT's Heirs, Daft. J My virtura of a judgement and order of aale of Breckenridge Circuit Court rendered at October term thereof, 1910, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and to offer ullcots herein, I shall proceed door iu for sale at the courthouse Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. atqnltv J. W. Trent, et. ej. I'laintiff, No. Against Clyde Kasey, et.al. Defetulent, ) -l- OU. By virture of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof, 1011, in the above cause, for the sale ot the hereinafter described Real Kstate and all costs herein. I shall proceed to offer I ale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monduy the i5th day of September, lyl ; at one o'clock P, M., or thereabout (being County Court d y), upon a credit of six months, tne following described property, A tract of land lying and being iu Breckenridge County. Kentucky, and is known as TRACT NUMBER THREE, anil beginning at a pile of stone in old road. H. W. Scott's line; thence with W x poles to Scott's & his line S. Flower's comer- - 2 post oaks, thence with Flower's line W ViS poles to two dead jack oaks, with rocks piled around them iu Flower's .ine, Carters Corner; thence with his and Carman's line N 53 V I'.' poles to two sand stone piled one on the other, Carman's corner; thence N. 'ii, E. 65 poles to a pile ot stone in J. H Miuterslioe; thence with J. H. and H. K. Minters line due poles to a stone on the East side of a large basin, H. E. Minters & A. B. Kkses corner; thence witn the division Hue of A. B. Kasey & H. E. Minter S. 08 E. 137J4 poles to tbe Beginning, I FIRST ST ATI: BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier x H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST hardinsburg. Kentucky OFFICE Containing I3S I. . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHAKflACY of this is reserved )4 to-w- it : acres, more or less. Out acre for burying Beginning at u stone grout d, marked "N. E." corner to the lot; poles to a stone thence S. 7 W. uiiti Led "S" in Kasey & Carmau's line thence N. 51 W. IK poles to a stone, marked "K." in said line, thence S. E. 53 poles to the beginning. Purchaser, with approved surety or securities must execute bowl, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, anil having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner, By Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. , rtn saasfjyH iM m lipMpM N HIE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, IMI 0. MWAGE SOINs' PUBLISHING CO. nine persons out of ten who are not Idea lately set forth by a young lady trying too, will say to him, "Oee. hut when a woman said: "I shall be glad yon are itetting good!" wnffi the style change for shirtwaists Notice to Correspondents a train wt reqttert you to always 9ION YOUR NAM K We cannot afford to pgbJish natter unlesi we vour letter-- . of its Hiithorit. Correspondents please mail your are assured NJMM on Saturday night so t hoy will lo in the New- - oflice by Monday morning-- . IQ Iu-'- 1 p'very Wednesday. Motner At The State Fair EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT. KY WEDNESDAY, SEPT 20, 1911 Subscription Price 1.00 n vcnr in advance. BUSINES LOCAL? 1"rrnt- - per line, ard I Ctwtl fnrtKfl ad ditional CARDS OF THANKS over fivr lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents por line. OBITl'ARIKS charged for at the rate, of cents per line, money in advance. Kxamine the laliel on your mper. If it in not correct please notify in. We did not go to the State Fair, but mother went, consequently, we know much about it -- more than we did last year after a visit of two whole davs. Mother can see more in a day than I think it most women can in a week. is because she was reared on a farm and a farmers daughter if she hasany sense to open in the back, they are too hard to fasten". The girl reasoned a minute then replied: "I won't, because often I le.ive a button unfastered just to give people the plenum e of calling my attention to the fact that my waist is unbuttoned." A person does take a bit of joy in sa ing to a pretty girl! "I beg your pardon, but the second button on your waist is not fastened." 30E DC J. 0 SEA TON 30C and W N. DC HEAD. 30E HI at all, sees more than the general run of Manager Bright, quick country girls can see U more things to laugh about and have more fun than any others. In this reA Hint To School Teachers spect the girls of the small town.i come Judge O'Rear says he wants to di next. City girls miss a lot of wholevorce the schools from politics, but he A bunch of some, everyday joy. country girls can go to the State Fair is careful to put hit candidate for Cloverport, Ky. and get barrels of pleasure, while the Superintendent of Public. Instruction in go charge of Republican headquarters in city girls stay at home, waiting to Is this a hint to Is in to a moving picture show to see some Western Kentucky. for . tragedy reproduced and then boast of present and prospective school teach There is an old verse which t uns us folllows and we print it for the fact that thry did not even go to ers to come across? -- Telegram. the benefit of our young friend, Marshal Norton. the fair. Just the people at the State ()n e to everv nmn and nation Carry Thing With A High Hand Fair are a moving picture show them Comes a moment to decide They are alive with life and selves. The two Republican members of the In the strife of truth and faleahood laughter and excitement! They are State Election Board are carrying For the l'oi d or evil side. out for a jolly time and all who join things with a very high hand. They of all Then it - the brave man chooses. them have it. Mother said she never are refusing to appoint the Democrat While the coward stands aside, was in such a crowd as was there Wed- that Hon. Chas. McDowell, of DanDoubting in his abject spirit nesday. ville, the Democratic member recoTill his Lord is crucified. So many home folks from Meade mmends hut are appointing Democrats county as well as Breckenridge to chat that suit them. When the Democrats Maying politics is a crime when done ly Democrats says the with and "talk over things." Dad get the reins again and begin to give chief of nil Republicans. M r. Taft How is it with .ludge O'Rear pulled her away from the hogs and pigs them their own medicine you will hear Write us for further informaaan here in Kentucky I Isn't he playing politics holding one office and bv the hardest, to hear Governor Mar- a howl of "Gobelism" go up all over She was charmed the state. This outrage playintr for another? If the .Judge were a Democrat he would surely shall, of Indiana. The Tie Lumber Company is sure to come home to roost upon the with his personality and his sincerety J)e committing I crime in the aye of a Republican, If .Judge O'Rear Mother is right good in sizing up the perpetiators. believe in himself, believes what he Is telling the people, he should man and makes no difference whether Cloverport, Kentucky resign his office as .Judge of the Court of Appeals. he is a Democrat or a Republican, I Hard On O'Rear HOC Methodist or a Baptist, a beau or a DC DC Once do a doubtful thing and it will John Soother, inventor of the steam thovet, builder of the first r sher she knows whereof she speaks. stay with you. When Judge O'Rear locomotive to take a train across the continent, .died at his home in She enjoyed the show of horses and declared that Senator Bradley was JerNewton. Muss. , Sept. 12 at the age 'of '.'". He founded the (ilobe cattle. There was the finest little "the greatest living Kentuckian," he broad enough across her Locomotive Works, built sixteen war vessels for the government sey tr.ere, base-ballittle thought he was saying something diamond. Talking l back for a during toe Civil War and furnished machinery for the building of about cows, mother said last year aunt that would lose him votes throughout the Sue and French Panama Canals. The steam shovels now at Emma Fairleigh went to the fair with the State. By indorsing Bradley the Republican candidate placed a crown Work on the Henderson Route are his inventions. some of her friends and they saw a man of thorns on his own head. His demilking. Aunt Emma remarked she claration has been received with guff William Addatns, the defeated candidate for the Democratic wished she had a dollar for as many aws from one end of the State to the nomination is enthusiastically lor the Democratic ticket. He savs times as she had done that. Her friends other Henderson Gleaner. To prove to them that every Democrat in his section of th? State will support the ticket declared she couldn't. let her show the sne asked the man to Clarence Wood's Cap r and thai he ha- - no fear but ihal McCreary will be elected by a hand- women what she could do. Aunt Emma some majority. rolled up her sleeves and a milk matd To offset the defection of our good Aunt friend could not have excelled her. Wood, of Richmond, The Hon. Ren Johnson is in the field stumping it for McCreary Emma said: "Yes, I can milk a cow Ky., the one, lone, Madison county and the Democratic ticket. Ren John Ofl was never known to slump and I am proud of it. I am proud of Democrat who is opposing his townsI to do." man. McCreary, so far as we have when his party needed him. His influence and hearty support of the anything know how By the way. mother saw Mr. Walter heard, we were told, Monday, of one ticket will do the ticket good. Moorman, Jr., of Glen Dean, in the Madison county family of eight stal Judge's rim? and pointed him out as a wart sons, and all of them Republicans, We are very much gratified with the response our subscribers Breckenridge county man. Mr. C. who had announced that they would all are giving to our request for yearly subscriptions instead of those for was also a Judge of the support McCreary in November, and the same informant said there were at horses. three month--- . Pharaoh's could least sixty Republicans in Richmond, And such horses! The horses who were out and out for McCreary. There is no possible chance to be run over by a laihoad train if not have matched them So Clarence's caper seems to help infrom the Lafayette Stock Farm of you will only Stop! Look! Listen! Winchester were great and the harness stead of hurt McCreary Indiana The draft Democrat. they wore was magnificent. horses of Frank Fehr's the beer man-w- ere If all of the business men and farmers in this community Mother called them To The Voters Of would BANK LITTLE STORIES WRITTEN beauties. their money right here at home instead of hoarding it. or sendinjnjt away "Frank Brewers' horses " Breckenridge County. it would help evary other man in this community and therefore help (himself. She neversaw as much junk (jewelry.) It is merely SELF PROTECTION and for us to keep our They were selling diamonds (imita Cloverport. Ky., Sept., IS, 1011. money right here and help OURSELVES. We will gladly give our counsel to HY LOITSE large as the end of After being tions) for $6, as solicited and urged by a lly anyone who wants business if we can steer you laway your thumb and the saleslady said you great number of my friends, 1 have defrom any investments which might cause you a loss. BE CAREFUL. couldn't tell them from .60 stones-An- cided to become a candidate to Repre they say", :f you cannot give namjs Cloverport Not iluch Behind. people bought them, but the fool sent Breckenridge County in the lower Let OUR be YOUR the fact has no authority". Mrs. killer was not there. Had he been, he house ot Every riiht at the CKWfpoel depot the next General Assembly of We pay i interest on Time Deposits. an armv ot fellows who can not vote Tanner says she will never forget that would have certainly been busy, es- Kentucky, subject to the action of the reprimand. It has made her very care pecially where they had that cider mill. Republican convention which meets in THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. for the ntxt three years or more yet, Hardinsburg. K. :: ful and cautious in repeating and quot- There was an old fashioned cider mill, gather there to have their evening Hardinsburg, Mondav September 25. night the train from Louisville ing from others. By the . way, the boy but the man wasn't selling old fashionFeeling that the people are entitled . 1 .. "in i" ue one 01r ine most ener- ed cider. If you looked long enough to know exactly where their candidates was forty minutes late. When it pulled getic fellows she had ever known. you didn't have to buy any to learn it for representative in it stayed a trifle longer than usual stand on all public the same property in which Mary B. running N. 73 E. 82 poles to a white was not the rial stuff. Mother said the ijuesticns, 1 wish, unreservedly to gay Oel.e resides. ooo oak, thence N. 9O poles to a red oak and the boys got to talking with the The purchaser, with approved surety and two hickories on a barren hill side; man had a barrel of apples; at the mill, that 1 am in entire accord and sympapassi-ngerwho had their heads out the Miss Winnie Isome, of Durant, Okla., or securities, must execute bond, bear- thence W. 12 poles to two white oaks on but not a single one did he ever ue. "Say called at the News office windows. man asked: One the day she he made a racket with a stick and pan thy with the vigorous campaign now ing legal interest from the day of sale a ridge; thence S. 05 N. 26 poles to a boys, what Id the size of this town?" left for her home. She likes Durant, (or something) to make people believe being waged in Kentucky, by Judge until paid, and having the force and white oak near a small drain thence S. "MM" they said back. "Got electric and has a nice position O'Rear for cleaner and better govern- effect of a judgment. Lein retained to 16 E. 22 poles to a gum, Samuel Rice's there in a busimoney lights", he continued. "No", they ness office. The place is quite a little he was grinding apples and making the ment and that I most heartily approve secure payment of purchase comply corner then S. 5. E. 70 poles to the Ceginn:ng, Containing 50 acres, a'so cider right there. He sure fooled most of the platform on which he is running. Bidders will be prepared to answered. Then the stranger said: city. Besides Short & Haynes' promptly with these terms. Approx- that portion of the Rice tract which drug of the crowd, but, fortunately all of the "Behind time here". "Yes" answered store there are four or five I especially wish to emphasize that I imated debt, interest and cost if.SlSJ.5O. lies on the east side of, the Cloverport others and crowd were not fools. Casper Gregory, "Forty minutes". My! five or six am unconditionally la favor of, ard in Lee Walls, Commissioner; Carrie L. & Bowling Green Road, supposed to banks. Vegetation there, is contain about 12 acres, being a corner Such a yell of laughter that followed. as good The Floral Hall made her head swim the event of my nomination and elec- Walls, Deputv. as here, only the season is of said tract detached from the rflftt too much in there for my mother. tion, pledge myself to vote for and ooo quite earlier. "We have fine chickens nainder by said Road. The foreeolnM She became very much interested in 3 tracts of land being the same deeded Little .Miss Badly Reid came in the in the spring, but in the fall an insect, the Canadian display. Canada is doing support a uniform county unit local to Antha Roberts, by Cincinnati ' Coop option law, applying to all counties in COMMISSIONER'S News olfice one day just before school something like a flea gets on them and erage Company. some extensive atlvertistng in the the state, as advocated in the RepubliThe purchaser, with approved surety openid and we remarked about her kills them," she said. Miss Isome has I'nited States. You know they have can platform. or securities, must execute bond, bearteeth being so splendid and white. "I never visited Oklahoma City as it is off displays to persuade people Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. ing legal interest from the day of sale go to to Hedging you my best endeavors at have to wash them everv morning, her way coming to Kentucky. She i Kmiity Aiillia M. Koln rts, I'lidiitltr, until paid and having the force and What impressed her all times to faithfully and conscientious Canada to live. Against So but I hate to. Sometimes I don't un- thinks the shortest way home, without effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to M Roberta Heirs, Defendeat X!77. most there were the vegetables. They ly represent the PEOPLE of my county Ainiia secure payment of purchase money. less mother makes me". What the the sights, is the best. By virture of a Judgement and Order grow celery root something like a if elected, I am, Very respectfully Bidders will be prepared to comply spoke can be understood by every of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, ooo turnip. It is vufy delicious for salads. yours, C. W. Moorman. child for surely there are many who rendered at February Term thereof, promptly with these terms Lee Walls, Commissioner. Idleness is the sister of impatience, of stoves attracted The display 1011, in the above cause, for the sale of often loathe to take time to care for Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. described real estate, the hereinafter ooo mother because Mildred wants a new thtir teeth and must be compelled to do SALE all costs herein, 1 shkll proceed to offer They showed a stove that COMMISSIONERS' so. In a short and appropriate address at cook stove. door in lor sale at the Court-Hous"Hread baking is guaranteed a succesa Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at if you use The importance of clean teeth to the school opening Mr. Marion Weath-erho- lt had the oven up high; you don't have the Lewisport BEST Flour". stoop to put the biscuits in and it Public Auction, on Monday the day health is being widely recognized now wouud up his remarks by saying, to Kentucky of October, 1U11, at one o'clock 9th M., P. has a glass door so you can watch the Breckenridge Circuit Court, and many schools and teacher are tak- "Now, boys, 1 want you to work hard 11. M. Oelze, Plaintiff Many requests from Catarrh sufferer Ktjuity No or thereabout (.being Circuit Court day), ing the matter in hands to see that as hard as you can- - and when school is cake bake. Every woman who cooks upon a credit Six and Twelve months, v. .'1341 who use atomizers have caused us to deserves such a stove. Mary B Oelss every school child has a tooth Irtish over 1 want you for me to play ball .Dsf't the following described property, Three Certain tracts of land, put up Liquid Cream Balm, a new and liy virture of a judgement and order Mother came home with an ambition .and uses it, at least, twice a day. In just as hard." Now she wants of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, lying in Breckeniidge County, Ky., de- convenient form of Ely's Cream Balm, she always does. Indiana there is a progressive school scribed as follows: On the waters of May thereof, ooo enough money to pay the expenses of rendered at cause, termthe sum of 1911, Tar Fork of Clover Creek and describ- the only remedy for Catarrh which can that has adopted the tooth brush drill. for six in the above In power to When Catherine Claire Carter was every boy and girl in Breckenridge hundred dollars, (fi00.00,)with interest ed viz: 1st tract beginning at a White always be depended on. Almost any small boy would rather to cleanse the take a whipping thau go to the dentist. a few days old she received a post card county to the State Fair next year so at the rate of 6 per cent per annum oak supposed to be Wm. Po.vers corner allay inilammation, 75 ruuning thence with his line I91 1, to promote free,, The other day Heury Babbage said to on which was written in reference to that they might see what can be done from the 'M day of January,I shall until and0) poles to a stone with pointers in clogged Iv pronatural breathing, the two forms of her initials: "I am glad you have on the farms here in Kentucky and in paid, and all cost herein. one of his little friends as he was comceed to offer for sale at the court house said line, thence S 14 E. 28 poles to a Liquid Cream our homes. She thought the exhibits door in Hardinsburg. to the highest small Mulberry in Hawkins line, thence Cream Balm are alike. ing from the dental office: "Well, 1 Come to C and be Convinced". poles to a hickory Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 were marvels, everything there trom a bidder, at 1'ublic Auction, on Monday, with his line W. ooo have just been in the house of misery " the 9th day of October, 1011, at one o'- and Dogwood; thence with another of cents, including spraying tube. Mailed ooo Have you ever ndiced when a man crocheted counterpaue to the brass clock, p. m., or thereabout (being Cir- Hawkins lines S. 10o poles to a large by Ely Bros., 66 Warren Street, New band revealed to her the glories of our cuit Court day, ) upon a credit sis and white oak in Robert Easton's line, Last Wednesday night Mrs. Tanner marries, that his old sweetheart usually1 Commonwealth. Next year she better twelve months, the following described thence with his line S. 65 W. poles to a York. ays: "She is not the style of girl was telling us of a remark she A certain house and large white oak, near a drain, thence a property not leave her daughters at home! thought John would marry." Mrs. Mike Kraft, of Louisville, who lot, situated, lying and being in Clover- straight line to the beginning contain made once about a young boy. ooo port, Ky.. Breckenridge county, sit- ing u acres; and another tract near has been visiting Mrs. J. T. O'Couuell "They say he is laxy," she said. The city, and the foregoing, lying on the waters of uated on Second street in Why is it that when a man tries to two weeks, returned to hat It takes strange ideas to make the fronting Second street, ad feet and Canty Creek, bounded viz: Beginning lor tne fra nd to whom she was speaking re100 plied: "Who are they.' never say put himself on a higher plane, that world go around. We picked up an running back to an alley, and being at a hickory in Samuel Rice's line and botnt Wednesday girl. STATE POLITICS THE CLOVERPORT TIE AND LUMBER COMPANY the market Railroad Ties and kinds Logs & Lumber not high-hand- ed Cloverport and While The Press Thunders advice-especia- Bank Bank. fun-Frida- "'"i" - t- s SAtl 1 e t: to-wi- pt If you want F.re, Lile, Sirk and S. Ac FOR cidtnt Insurance, I ill M G, CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quickly birtril. ivt Rclltt al One. It elMHe, HCKitliPfl, henU Clovetport, Ky. 0 to Tame, of V.tn Wert. 0M , is the (fUrst of till parent, Mr. anl Mrs Ja. ST0LYPIN EXPECTED ATTEMPTS ON HIS aid 8o When He Accepted the Premiership In 1905. LIFE. Rue-ian w a. rv t s Farm for Sale Tumi of l!i urn s. ml In liv- - CloTrTSOSI Ky on Indlnnn lrlc. Plenty oT viiwd f r furl SIM worth of Lnrwit ar.d Uraaf post Mother lil ue RfMS pHxtnrc food uHrden spot lOnere IptpI Inert rt6 fruit trees; l.t irritpeTlne. 10 o t n Hen wrll In ynrt. one In MatSMH tiHt inirtlnir on turn,; two story frame house, 4 rooms. tiHlntert ctttrfeefl house; h sorc house HWV) Willi lew roof; ' III rtlnil- - on ru, r n hiffh Frotinrt l.oetHed opposlt, Molt.K. If sold rluht kwh.v i41(i nets It. LfOtl Lm lirovi s. Hnlt, l v & . ; ; : ; Tgnr . th brane resulting from Catarrh and driven way aOold in Hn Head ipiiekly. Restore Taste, ami Smell. Full Mae thn BO eta. at Druggist or by MIL Liquid Cream Bellll fortMCtn ntoini7ri7-- eta. Ely Brothers, fill Warren sir., t. New York. , Ml oM di'np!i memand &e Breckenridge WEDNESDAY. SEPT. News. 10, 1911 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL UZW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THi PRINCIPAL CITIES lATEi FOR POLITICAL OFFICES ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices f 2. 50 6.00 For County Offices $15.00 For State and District Office 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, oer line in the interFor All Publications est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line t DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator, OI.UK US of Crittenden. JAMB, For Governor, JAMES B. Mi CREAKY, of Mulison. l'or Lieutenant Governor, E. J. MoDERMOTT. of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS ('.. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of The Russian premii r. IV A. Stnlypln. who wnn recently shot by nn nssassln, had expected attempt on hi life "I hnvo no dniilit that nttempts will bo made upon my life." snld M. Stoly pin when lie incepted the premiership In July. IPO.", "but 1 hope that order will be restored and stability established In Russia before they are successful." On Auk 2.".. lDOf., n bomb was thrown Into his country house on Island while he was holding a public reception The explosion killpersons and wounded a ed thirty-twmuch Inrger number. Including the premier's daughter of fifteen and his MM of three The daughter was crippled for life. Ntolypln, who was In his flee af the moment, enme ofT unhurt, although persons with him there were knocked down and a bottle of ink thrown from his desk by the force of the explosion spattered its contents over him. This attempt at slaughter niarktsl the (Umax of a reign of terror in many parts of Russia. Htolypln Issued orders to the provincial authorities to spare no efforts to stop the disturbances. Arrests followed everywhere. The prisoners got drumhead court martial. Defense in most cases proved useless. BseCMttOM occurred in a few hours after arrests. Olllclal rVOOfttt in seven months showed that 1,080 men and women suffered deflth byshootlugor hanging by this proc ess. Announcement of the He called off the executions by sumEngagement of Miss Lewis mary process of his own volition when he felt that the terrorists had been subto Mr. Wilson dued and that he hud blocked revolution. The Rev. Mr. J. T. Lewis and Mr. M. Stolypln was born In 1MB, was Lewis, of Fordsvillc, announce the en- graduated from the I'lilverslty of St. gagement of their daughter, Keba, to Petersburg in ISM, served for four Mr. Ballard E. Wilson, of Glen Dean, years In the ministries of the Interior Ky. The wedding will take place at and agriculture and In 1800 was made He the Hudd House, Owensboro, October marshal of the provincial nobility. 11)02 was vice governor of Orodno In the twelfth and governor of Saratoff In VM'.i. Na-hvil- le forget-- J. C. Nolte went ti Lnuieville M with bis daughter. Mis Rloie,ho will enter Hie OHM Scho.il. Miss Kl irabt t h Skillnian, of Motgtri-fiebl- , to leaves torn urow for enter Mlm mt lolltge. Mr. Nugent, who has been ronductn' on the I,. 11. ft St. I.. R. R. for twentv yar. hs been ill of appendeciti. Word has been received here that Hugh B Adkiaon is ill at his home near Chicago. He has pnruinonia. The next civil term of the C'loverp t I'oltctf C( urt will be held the Mist Monday in October. V. G. Ba hage. Judge Dr. J. H. Hart, of McDaniels, Ml here Tuesday, the guest of Miss Pearl They attended the State Fair. Mays. LOST Sniiill Gold Crescent Pin, me-not with pesil center. Kindly return to News Offire and receive reward. Mrs. Geo. Fuqua and children, of II twesville, who have been vHting relatives here returned home Thursday, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Siisie Hiffey. Miss Eva Mays' school gave Robeit Oelze a supiise j arty on his fifth birthday at the May home. Ca e and were served to all on the table in the yard under the umbrella tree. fosiery I the ideal tootwur tor men or women soft snd easy on trie feet, absolute! non- sririnLable, and made in fart color"-- . A box of half a dozen pair is guaranteed for six i i i i t Hunk, or it twenty-i- x months wcrk a who le half year. If a hole, rip or tear comes in a pair in tftat time, all you have to do is to send tlicm nack and get a new pair absolutely free they re guaranteed to last. A box of six pair guaranteed A AA remember co?t y2 in). is .1 1 t r For Sale K PjaLI colt ,t'ollm' (ianline Fnginc and Grist Mill I horepowr Inter natrons enirine ;inl trie For Sale n,lll eompleti No. I. May I . 1r('o.nis. Hrrlliisliurii. ky. . FOIt SAI.K '.Otonsit.x.l liny W.I. IPirr.ll Ky. For Sale Camera COK BALB SHlSM View Cnne r.i OMJ plee with It lis. f wo eltrs ho drrs. Will s, pries. 0. tor Brstwoet, loverport Ky. . hil (. - 1 Shropshiredown Sheep for Sale KOI si Klfun titrt luck; resjeteree ssd Krutie DVCk limits; blRh L'lMrte vet, rrtl n Ky. lis; uriirte t For Sah y wes - V A PTITH, Ouston, s'.'lltt For Sale IA Lg Abomt Mt crjl line fertile land in hlif ."prlrg Valley; a purt of the Ben C Clsrksia faraa, owned by Mrs, p. II Kemper mid Mrs. A. M. BsrOSWSjr, of MlOOt, N. I) Will sell hs a whole or In two parts. TeTaS reasonable for further Infer-itloti cull on or address. MKN C. I'l.AUK-so.N- . II Sprlnir, Ky. FoK ; u- J. C. NOLTE & BR.O. Cloverport, Ky. Mil For Sale horse power slatloliery Qst Knulne Wstkins m ike in Rood repair. Wreck enr Id lie New. Covet jert. Ky. COK SA1.K--- K For Sale of legal blanks. Cloverport. Ky. For Sale DOBS A LI PeeOs, MorMaaes BreckenftdRe sod all kinds News, -- Scholarship . WANTED! WANTED! FOR SALE Scholarship in In the Bowling SOOd any fie art Unlverslt BCnl of that I'lilverslty. Breckenrldite News, Cloverport. Ky (Strayed! A to Feed..,. Cows, Heifers, Steers, Bulls BEARD BROS., 100 Cattle Fayette. KENNEDY- - JARBOE CHiNA Test of NEAPING CRISIS. niiittired female Collie For Attorney General. JAM 88 GARNETT, of Adair. For Secrettiry of State, C. F. CRKCKI.IUS, of Pendleton. Announcemen- t- Wedding will take Place October the 18th. Hardinsburg In- Fer Superintendent of Public struction, BARKSDALE DAM LETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agttculture, J. YY. NEWMAN, of Wo idford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENK, of Mr. and Mrs John Kennedy announce the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughteV, Miss Margiret Kennedy to Mr. Preston Jarboe The marriage will take place Wod nesday morning, Oc'.ober the eighteenth at seven o'clock, at St Romuald'i church, Hardinsburg. Roads Need Attention. bus been exploited than the King rond there In no I n pie generally neglected LOCAL BREVITIES Whether past experience shows thai the road drag is not the useful am! implement its champions valuable would have us believe or Whether i' Is simply neglecting the use of a (rood School shoes at Sipptl's. thing is not apparent, but the result N Miss Bertha Smith atteudcd the State the same. The roads need nttent inn fair. and they need it more frequently Mian Mrs. Randall left Monday for Clevethey get it. If the road drag is DOI land. the thing then something else should use something. Mr. and Mrs. S. II. McCracken were be used. But franklin. doo; with S;ihlt head, whin Government by Provincials Believed to Be Inevitable. collar and dark Sable body. In the opinion of students of oriental afl'aiis, china is rapidly approach$10 Reward if relumed to ing a gTMt crisis in her history. The uprising in Szochiiaii province Is expected to extend to oiber neighboring CHAS. H. DRIKY, Irving. on. Ky provinces, and especially to the southward, where Iho Mongolian element has for Many yean been opppeed to the reigning Manchn dynasty. Evidently Henderson Route Notes prepared for trouble, the Chinese government litis ben quick to dispatch troops into the disaffected district. fMO Cloverport to Ionisville and reIt is believed nt Washington that the turn Oct. and for ttams I4ii and government will be able to suppress I4J of 17th, food to return Oct. 2.'1. h Hardinsburg, Ky. SUBSCRIBE NOW Parties Wishing to Build! If Perhaps nothing to a greater extent drag, and perhaps ment that Is more i Yangtze valley Is expected to drive thousands of (he unfortunate natives, whose means of support have been destroyed, into the ranks of the revolu-tionisf- the present disturbance, though the mi foreseen disastrous flooding of the 0 6." 0 0 Cloverport to Lexington, Ky. $5. and return, Sept. 'i'i, j and for trains due to arrive in I.exirgtcn before Sept. 24. in Louisville Saturday. The piano contest at Sippel's shoe etore will close December 26th. Mrs. Hayne, of Louisville,, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hoffious lichen. A. Burt Muir, of Louisville, was here Saturday the guest of H. L. Stader. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. Mack D.Cashiuan came in from Brazil, Ind. last week to visit his old home. Mrs. Jess Weatherholt, of Owensboro, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Weather-holt- . , Toilet Articles, Face Powder, Talcum Powder, and Creams , Miss Florence May, of Louisville, bus been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry AT COST GIBSON & SON HwbtltOB. Some one will get a piano for Christmas. Who will it be? Conrad Sippel. returned from home, Custer. Dr. R. W. Meador and family have New Mexico to their old Urn I Round Trip Gloverport to Louisville SUNDAY, SEPT. 24th Special Train leaves eioverport at 7:0,Ja.m.,re-turninoleaves Louisville at 1:80 p. ru. ; 000 But it is believed that this Szechuan :i. Cloverport to Louisville Opiillng is only the precursor of other rd reoutbreak! in different parts of the turn, Sept. 9 to 16 inclusive; good to re Flower Kingdom, for the fnct Is that turn Sept. 20. Account Kentucky the struggle now going on Is really a State Kair. gigantic test of the relative strength and power of the central government as opposed to the provincial governments. In other woriN. the situation SHORT SEFvMONS ON GOOD resembles the great feudal wars of ROADS. rope in the middle ares. Japan also pass through a similar ordeal had to No (amil&g section which has before the emperor was able to break once Imd iiovd readl would ever the power of his mutinous barons, and go buck to bad roads. It Is believed that the Chinese governHigh freight rates are not ment will now bo put to the same test. nearly as heavy a tux on the While the sympathy of occidental shippers of stuck and other farm nations must remain with the Chinese prod DCS am bud rouds are. central government, there cun be no Only u very rich county could In great Internal Interference this afford the tremendous tinunclal strife, and the activities of other nadrain of hud ruads. tions, at least for 'the present, must A pod road Is to a country be confined to the protection of their district what a paved street Is own citizens resident in China. to the 'Hy property that It. It makes business for GOLF CLUBS FOR TAFT. that neighborhood. A farmer living on a good road Is a free man. Andrew Carnegie Sends the President He Is not dependent on weather conditions. a Set Made In Scotland. He is able to sell his stock and Andrew Carnegie has sent Mr. Taft grain and fruit at tha best mar a set of golf clubs. They are the The railroads have ket prices handiwork of J. Dussle of Dornoch. to serve the man who can get J Scotland, which is Carnegie's native his Muff to a shipping point any Mr. Carnegie intrusted the heath. Y day hi the year. clubs for delivery to J. Schmidlapp .Money spent for good rouds Is of Cincinnati, an old friend of the as good an Investment for lm- - J president, who lias recently been visitproving1 the farm as Is money 4 ing Nkilio and Kurope. Mr. Schmld put Into to k shed--- , grain cribs, J lapp presented them to Mr. Taft. femes, seeds or anything else With the rlqba rene the well within that makes the farm pa of Mr. Carnegie Who says that he faHraltis are us essential as vors golf for the president because it tnonev and muscle In rondtuak- - S will give him health to continue his lag. work for world peace, the oilier ureal game besides golf In which the presi dent and Mr. Carnegie ure interested. s You Want Building Material of any Kind Call on Gregory Si Co. 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It will hold the bodies of I'.otNi persons and will cost over IMOjUttt The Interior will be of concrete and the exterior of stone, with graulte trimmings The cipts will be large enough to hold the bluest coltln yet m ule, and In case of a family deair-llito bury a member In this manner an opening will be chosen. The coffined body will be slid Into the open lug. and as soon as the mourners leave workmen with mixed concrete will cov er the opening, thereby hermetlcully sealing the coffin and Its contents. g High freight rutes aro uot neurly us heavy u tux 011 the I slilppers af stock and otln r farm . produce as bud rouds are. explain the hpeciiil "Far- - mori Line" rate. CUMBERLAND TEiEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Incorporated.) COMPANY Tar on Road Disinfects. Medical authorities have announced that In uddltiou to It dunt laying lualltioH a tar preparation in lilghly lienetlciul to the eouiuiunity using It on Its rotds. owing to Its disinfectant According to the health properties authorities of Hntterseu. Knglniul. in funtlle umrtallty bus hugely de( ica-i- d In that populous district since If! treu were kurfneed witli tar mm tolaui SUBSCRIBE NOW and keep in touch with the Political Situation The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN CyriHl. mo B Whispering Ann KafhtriiM Rohlfa Pines bulletin, on which had been written these words: "WBEKE IK MY Th lust Juror obtained In the trial of Is the explanation of Arthur rumtwrlnnd for th murder of Ma renppenrnuce In ulster. Adelaide and f this pcnnatlonal Carmel saw and stood, a breathless Introduction of her Into the Image of horror. A couple of gentlecourtroom hi ;i fOBtOfed state of health men MM running, but the nurse warf which no one, M fur as known, had ed them back and herself caught Carhad M intlmntlon save the mini who mel and upheld her, In momentary Was responsible for her npeii ranee? dread of nnotner mental If not physThe particulars mo due ftaj, ical collapse. She hiid passed some weeks tit Ijike Hut Carmel had come back Into the wood under tl ft of Miss I n win, world of consciousness to stay. Acthe nurse who was detailed to watch cepting her nurse's support, but givDuring these ing no sign of waning faculties or Imaa well as tend her. weeks she (rave no slj;n of lmprore-raen- t perfect understanding of what she hnd mentally, though she constantly seen, she spoke quite clearly and with gained strength otherwise and Im- her eyes tlxed upon Miss I'nwin. pressed T0T7 body with the clear light "So that Is whv I am here, away In her eye and the ibMM of everyfrom alt my friends. Whs I too III to thing of gloom in her ex- ie told? Couldn't you make me know pression and language. There was the what was happening you or the docaaine complete loss of memory up to tors or or anybody?" the time of the tragic occurrence which "You were much too ill," protested bad desolated her home; the same the nurse, loading her toward the eleharping at odd moments on Adelaide's vator and so by degrees to her room. happiness and her own prospect of "And ArthUF1 poet Arthur, has been seeing this dear sister very soon which the sufferer: Tell me the whole story. had marked the opening days of her I Ml bear It," she pleaded. "I can Hut beyond and Inn k bear anything but not knowing. Why convalescence of all this was some secret Joy. uninshould he have fallen under suspicion? telligible to the nurse, which helped Be was not even there. I must go to rather than retarded the sick girl's re- him. i'ack up our clothing, Miss lluckcovery. " lns. I must go to him at once." With the sudden rending of the Meanwhile Carmel was allowed such liberty as her condition required, but clouds which bad obscured her intelwas never left alone for a moment lect strange powers had awakened In after a certain day when her eye sud- this young girl. "You shall go," began the nurse, and denly took on a Strang look of confused inquiry totally dissociated with stopped. Carmel was not listening. Another anything she saw or heard. The awakening; took place at Lake-woo- change of thought bad come. "How Carmel had been out and was can I?" fell In unconscious betrayal just crooning jjie ball of her hotel to from her lips. "How can 1!" Then the levator arnea she topped with a she stood silent, ghastly with lack of "Violent start uud, clatcblng the air, color one minute and rosy red with was Caught by hat nurse, who bad Its excess the next, until It was hard hurried up at the lirst intimation of to tell In which extreme Iter feeling jUTthlng unusual in the condition of spoke most truly. What was the feeling? Nurse I'nwin Iter patient. felt it imperative to know. She apcause of this agitation was im- proached Carmel with renewed offers The mediately apparent Near them sat of help and such expressions of symtwo ladies, each with n small wine- pathy as she thought might lure her glass in her hand- - a common sight Into opeti speech. enough, but it worked a revolution in Hut discretion had come with fear, Carmel's darkened mind. The light of and Carmel. while not disdaining the Bed from her face, youthful jjoyouaneaa other's kindness, instantly made It apand the cheek, just pulalng softly with parent that, whatever her burden nnd new life, blanched to the deathlike hue however unsttited it was to her present of mortal Buffering. Dropping her eyes weak condition, it was not one she felt from the women. aba said to the wom- willing to share. an In whose arms she felt herself sup"I must think," she murmured as ported: she finally followed the nurse's lend "Explain: Where am 1?" and seat d herself on a lounge. "Ar"At I.akewood, in I hotel. You have thur on trial for his life! Arthur on been 111 and are only just recovering." trial for bis life! And Adelaide was went up to her cheek, the not even murdered!" one that bad been burned, and still "No?" gasped the nurse. Intent on ahowed the deep traces of that nccl-den- t. every word this long silenced witness let fall. "I remember." said she. Then, with "Had he no friend? Was there not another glance at her dress, which had some one to understand? Adelaide" studiously been kept cheerful, she re- here her head fell till her face was lost marked, with deep reproach: "My sis- to sight "had a -l- over" ter is dead. Why am I not in black?" "Yes. Mr. El wood Banolaph. lie was The nurse, realizing her responsibilthe flrst to be arrested for the crime." ity (she said afterward that it was The soul in Carmel seemed to vanish the most serious moment of iter life), at this word. The eyes, which had subdued her own astonishment at this been so fUrseeing the moment before, proof of ha voting patient's knowledge grew blank and the lithe young body of u crime of which she was universal- stiff with that death in life which is ly supposed to be entirely Ignorant almost worse to look upon than death and, bestowing an assuring smile on itself. Then the stony eyes softened the agitated girl, observed softly: and fell, the rigidity of her frame re "You WON too ill to be burdened laxed, and Carmel sank back again ou with blac k. You are better now and the slfa and tried to read the headmay assume it if you will. I will help lines on the open sheet before her. you buy your mourning." Hut her eyes were unequal to the task. "Yes; you look like a kind woman. With a sob she dropped the paper and we entreated the nurse to relate to her What is your name, please, and are here alone in this great hotel?" from b,er owu knowledge al! that had Now, as a matter of expediency, passed. Wto save Carmel from the unendurable Miss Unwin compiled, but with res- curiosity of the crowd and herself trvatious. She said nothing about the from the importunities of the New marks ou Adelaide's throat or of he York reporters, Miss I'nwin hud regipei ial reason which the police bud for istered herself anil her charge under r renting Mr. Eanelagh. she did not was, therefore, assumed names. She daic Strangulation was a horrible forced to reply: death to contemplate, and if this fac "My name Is llucklns. and we are tor In the crime she was not deceived not worry Hut that Mai here alone that there by Carmel's exclamation I have watched you. over you night had been no murder was unknown as and day for many weeks." yet to her patient, as it must be from "You have? I'.ecause of this slight SUi the absolute burn?" Again runnel's ha. id went to what she Mi said. thought, of her Impossibility, as she her cheek having known what went ou in the "Not on account of that only. You Whispering IMues, then It bad better have bad a serious Illness quite apart Hut you are better: from that Injury you are almost well well enough to go borne, if- you will." "I cannot go home not Just yet I'm I'm not strong enough. Hut we shouldn't be here alone without some man to look after us Miss llucklns, where Is my brother?" At this question, uttered with emphasis, witli anxiety- - with indignation even Miss I'nwin felt the emotion she had so successfully subdued up to this moment betray Itself In her voice as LIFTI.NU ggffjg I.1U, LooKtl IN. lt(i a quiet motion toshe aUOWONd unkuowu to her until i lrcuui ward the elevator: "IiCt us go up to remuiu it ou her knowledge or our room. There I will answer all stances foiled she had got sufficient strength to bear your questions." it. Hut t unnel, with the waywardness ved the account well Caru. of her years, or perhaps witli deeper When she hud it fully in mind she reasoning than the other would looked up into the nurse's face again be upt to attribute to her. broke softly ttod repealed, quite calmly, but witli detaining sway from Miss I'liu-in'Uuoovuhlc decision, the order of au band and. walking directly Into the hour before: office, looked about lor the newspaper "We must returu ut once. You will stand She reached it Just as a boy oack uu immediately." CIIAPTKK X.XII. WMlF WHAT sut't-'estlv- e Flcr-li'in- ' " pitel luoo,l Ullo VlB Wltil till- UM ble again of attending fo my own affairs You can trust me; I ran do my This, however, was a ruse. She did errands all right, but perhaps I had not Intend to take her patient bi k better have one of the boys iro with that night She was afraid to risk It. me." The next day would be soon enough The clerk, greatly relieved, rnng his Hut she would calm her by making bell With the first step Into the street reiulj and when the proper moment Carmel's freshly freed mind began lt time would find some complication of work. "Where Is the rnllrond sta trains which would Interfere with their lion?" she Inquired of the boy who was immediate departure. trotting along at her side. Meanwhile 'he would communicate "Over there." he answered vaguely. .it the ear'lesf moment with Mr. Fun "Take me to It." sending She had been In the ViV.I of The sight of the station, from which MM frequent telerrnsns as to her patrain was Just leaving, frightened tient's condition TWl had been Inva- her for a moment with Its bustle and & dlfftre'v-oriable so f:tr-"- Ne many lights, but she rallied under the w,.id lgsill! a blank." or stress of her purpose and, entering, I Be 01 of the same Hot h rerd found the telegraph office, from which B was MMM ao)W, AM must look It she sent this messnge. directed to her up and rofUWIat her telegram before physician at home. Dr. Carpenter: eke did nnythlri.' aj Lcok for me on early train. All Is elear a !a her fop trn. The code MM Preserve !o me now, and I must return hut: ed nnd hunted for It without Hence till we meet. She This she signed with a pet nnme belna itt.le b) lav her hands on It. She grew verj nervous. She was only known only to themselves and dating ,V:e In a very trying posl back to her childish days. HOU, Mil aliH realized It. Where could Then she bought a ticket nnd tlvit fcOfcfc hoi Suddenly she espied It studied the time table. When quite nnd. fulling I'l her knees before the satisfied she returned to the hotel. trunk, with her back still to Carmel. She was met In the doorway by the studied o'jt tr..- words she wanted physician w ho was attending the nurse. or the tray to write He paused when he saw her and She was leaning these ivcrds in bor notebook when no n few questions, which she was ODe ever knew bow It happened-tb- e penetrutlng enough to perceive were lid of the heavy t run'.; fell forward and more for the purpose of testing her Its iron edge struck hat on the nape of own condition than to express Interest the neck with a keen blow which laid in his putlent. She answered quietly her senseless. WV:i Carmel reached ami was met by a surprise nnd curiosher side she found !:erself the strong ity which evinced that he was greatly no nnd her sta!war nurse the patient drawn toward her case. This alarmed When help had been summoned, the her. She did not wish to bo the obaccident explained and everything ject of any one's notice. On the condone for the unconscious woman which trary, she desired to obliterate hermedical skill could suggest Carmel, self, to be counted out so fur as nil finding n moment to herself, stole to these people were concerned. Hut. the trunk and, lifting up the lid. looked above all, she was unxlous not to rouse In. She had been watchful of her suspicion. So she stopped and talked nurse from the first and was suspi- as naturally as she could about Miss cious of the net ions which had led to llucklns' accident aud what the pros (bin an tOWard accident. Seeing the pects were for the night. These were two little books, she took them out. favorable, or so the doctor declared, The notebook lay open, and on the but the Injured woman's condition call page thus disclosed she beheld written: ed for great care, and he would send Ap Lox Fldestum Trubjm over a capable nurse at once. MeanRidiculous noti 000) until she con- while the maid who was with her sulted the code Then thee detached would do very well. She herself need and meaningless words took on a sig- have no worry. nificance which she could not afford to "You are very good," said Carmel. Ignore: "1 am tired and when 1 ouce get to bed Ap A change shall certainly sleep. 1 shall give orremarkable statements. Isn't that ders uot to be disturbed. Fldestum Shall we return? right?" Trubum Not tractable. "Shall 1 uccompuny you to the door Carmel endeavored to tl:.d out for whom tbjis telegram was Intended. of your room?" he asked. She shook her head, with a smile. There was nothing to Inform her. A "I am quite capable of finding my moment of indecision was followed by quick action, She had noticed that room. 1 hope Miss Huekins will be as she had been Invariably addressed as well in a week from now as I am at Miss Campbell by every one who had this moment. Hut, doctor" she had been struck ly a strange possibility come Into the room. Regaining her own room, which was "I should like to settle one little matter before we part. The money I have on the other side of their common room, she collected a few DeCOS may not be quite safe in my hands. sary articles and placed them in a My memory might leave me again, bag. which she thrust under her bed. and then Miss Huekins might suffer Hunting for money, she found quite If you will take charge of some of It an adequate amount In her own purse, ou her account I shall leal relieved." which was attached to her person. "It would be a wise precaution," he Satisfied thus far, she chose her most admitted. "Hut you could Just us well ln onspu nous bat nnd coat and, putleave It nt the desk." ting them on. Went out by her own "So I can." she smiled. Then, as his door Into the corridor. eye remained fixed on her: "Y'ou are The time it was the dinner hour-favo- red wondering If I have friends. We both She found her have, and I have just come from teletier attempt. way to the ofilce unobserved and, graphing to on:' of them. You can going frankly up to the clerk, inleave us with an easy mind. All that I formed him that she had some tele- dread is that Miss llucklns will worry grams to send and that she would be me If her consciousness ould out for some little time. Would he see about returu during the night." that Miss Hue kiOS was not neglected "It will not return so soon. Next in her absence? wo may look for It. Then you will see to It," said he. Then, as week "I can be by to reassure her If she usks she turned to go, he ventured to add: "It Is quite dark now. If you would for you." The doctor, lifting his hat, took his like one of the boys to go with you" But he received no encouragement and departure. The Interview might have lasted live minutes. She felt as though allowed Ills suggestion to remain it had lusted an hour. She followed the doctor's advice and She looked grateful for this and was pulling down her veil when she per- left half the money she had In charge ceived two or three men on the other of the clerk. Then she went upstairs. side of the room watching her in evi- She was not seen to come down again, dent wonder. Stepping back to the but when the 8:4" truln started out of desk, she addressed the clerk again, the station that night It had for a pasthis time with a marked distinctness: senger a young, heavily veiled girl, who "I have been very ill, I know, and went straight to her section. A balBut the cony running by her window had fanot always quite myself. shock of this accident to my nurse has vored her escape. She was missed the next morning, tkCSls unit nvr'.a ma emu. cleared and an account of her erratic flight reached the papers and was published Women as Well as Men are Made Miserable far aud wide. But the name of Miss Caroline Campbell conveyed nothing by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. to the public. At the bouse of Dr. Carpenter 6he Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, met Mr. Moffat. What she told him discourages and lessens am bit ion , beauty , heartened him greatly for the struggle vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear he saw before him. Indeed, It altered when the kidueysare the whole tone of the defense. Perout of order or dis- ceiving from her story and from what eased. the doctor could tell him of their meet Kidney trouble has ing nt the station that her return to become so prevalent town w as as yet a secret to every one that it is not uncom- but themselves, he begged that the mon for a child to be born afflicted with aacrel should continue to be kept. Carmel wished her brother Informed weak kidnevs. If the child urinatestoooften, if the urine scalds of her return, but the wily lawyer perthe flesh, or if, when ths child reaches an suaded her to excuse him from taking age when it should be able to control the Arthur Into his confidence until the passage, it is yet afflicted with last moment He knew that he would depend apon it, thecause of the diff- rei eivc only opposition from his young iculty is kidney trouble, and the first stipustep should be towards the treatment of and stubborn client. One of the these important org. ins. This unpleasant lations which he had made in securing trouble is due to a diseased condition of Mr. Moffat for his counsel was that the kidneys and bladder and not to a Carmel's name was to be kept as much habit as most people suppose. as possible out of the proceedings, and Women as well as men are made miser- to this Mr. Moffat had subscribed, notable with kidney and bladder trouble, withstanding his conviction that the and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of crime laid to the defendant's charge Swamp-Rois soon realized. It is sold was a result of Itanelagh's passion for Carmel and eon sequent ly distinctly the .v druggists, m fifty-cer work of Itanelagh's own hand. and He had thought that be could win sie bottles. You may have a sample bottle his case by the powers of oratory uud by mail free, also a a somewhat freo use of innuendo, but pamphlet telling all his view changed under the fresh en.. v.. .. , LI ... . ... U .. including many of the thousands of testi- lightenment which he received In bis He saw monial letters received from sufferers conversation with Carmel. who found Swauip-Koo- t to be just the unfolding before b.m a defense of unremedy needed. In writing In Kilmer paralleled Interest. True, It involved U Co., Uinguamton, N. Y be sure and this Interesting witness in a way that Don't make sny would be unpleasant to the brother, mention this paper. mistake, but remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooand the address, but he was not the man to sacrifice a client to uiv neuUmeutul scrupl- eN. Y., on every bottle. liiughamtou, Miss T'nwln noflrten m the trnnka. . c.-d- e -d Lox-Makts sit-sinot nt one-dolla, t, and hegan to certainly not thfs client, wnose worth A Texas Wonder. he was Just begttwilnR to realise. was not strong enough for Ourmel mtuh talk. Dr. Carpenter would not The Tixaa Wonder cures kidney and allow It, and the continued clearness bladder troubles, removing gravel, nt her mind was too Invaluable to his curas ilisbetcs, weak and lame backa, case for ibis farseelng advocate to She had told him rheumatism, and all irregularities of fake any risk. enough to assure him that rlrcum ths kidneys and bladder in both mtn stances and not guilt had put Arthur and women R egoists bladder troubwhere be was and had added to fhe les In children. If not sold by vour assurance details of an unexpected druggist will be sent by mail on renature so unexpected, Indeed, that ceipt of fl.OO. Onr small bottle Istwo the lawyer was led away by the month's treatment and selt om fails to prospect they offered of confounding perftct a cure. Dr. K W. Hall, PPM the prosecution by a line of defense to which no clew had been given by Olive street, St. Louis. Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Hold by drug-gistanything that had appeared. He planned then and there a drama tic climax which should take the breath away from his opponent and change the whole feeling of the court townrd the prisoner. Strangely enough, the subject of Adelaide's death was discussed In her hearing wlthont any mention being made of strangulation as Its Immediate cause. Would her acDr. Owen's Office, Main Street tion have been different had she known Hours: B to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. that this was a conceded fnct7 s. DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Cloverport. Hy. CnAPTEB XXIII. "1 RF.MKMnF.RED TnE ROOM." Carmel's gaze passed from her brother's face It traveled slowly nnd with glowing hesi tation over ine couniennnces of those near her, on and on past the Judge, pust (he Jury until they reached the spot where 1 sat. There they seemed to falter, and the beating of my heart became so loud that I In stinctively shrank awny from my neighbor. By so doing I drew her eye, which fell full upon mine for one over whelming minute; then she shrank and looked away, but not before the color had risen in a flood to her cheek. The hope which had sprung to life under her first beautiful aspect vanished at sight of this flush, for It was not one of Joy or surprise or even of It was the unconscious sympathy. banner of a deep, unendurable shame. But in n few minutes her features settled into a strange placidity, undisturbed by the leveled gaze of a hundred eyes. Her whole attention was on concentrated her brother and wavered only when the duties of the occasion demanded a recognition of the various gentlemen concerned in the trial. Mr. Moffat prefaced his examination by the following words: "May it please your honor. 1 wish to ask the indulgence of the court In my examination of this- witness. She Is Just recovering from a long and dangerous illness, atid. while I shall endeavor to keep within the rules of examination. I shall be grateful for any consideration which may be shown her by your honor and by the counsel ou the other side." Mr. Fox at ottCO rose. He hud by this time recovered from bit astoni-- h merit ut seeing before him and in a fair state of health the young girl whom he hud every reason to believe to be still In a condition of partial forgetfuluess at I.akewood and under the care of a woman entirely In his confidence and under bis express orders lie had also mastered his chagrin at fhe triumph which her presence here and under these dramatic circumstances had giv en his adversary. He expressed In warm tones his deep desire to extcad every possible Indulgence. Mr. Moffat bowed his acknowledgments and waited for his witness to take the oath, which she did with a simple grace which touched all L'earts, even that of her constrained and unreconciled brother. 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MM by Anna Kstharlne merit nn no wns iookoii upon with loss harshness People showed n dlsposl-tioo rUaconi Inooctscs vrkvrt per hops (hoy hnrt secretly desired until now to discover guilt. t Cumberland, win you bt good enough to toll us whore you wore nt or nonr the hour of 10 on tho evening of your shirr's death?" "I wns in the eloblinuae In the house ' you nil the Whispering PI MS." At this astounding re;'y. unexpected by every one nrewnl Mn myself nnd tho unhappy prisoner, lu redullry, with amazement, marked every eounterfin e Cnrmel Cumberland In the clubhouse Hint i r!ii s!u irkii hud boon found ill il hour In her own It homo, injured nntl uni onwlnua! xvns not to lie he'leved. or It would not have boon if A r' "it:r. trl'h lens self control than ho h?:d mtberto main MlllCrt had H"l HljJ'IVII ly lit- - morose air nnd tho silont lirooping of his head that he accented I titK stntcnieui. trtld and Improbable ns it seemed Mr Fog started to rise at Ivr word-- ; bnt. noting the prisoner's attitude, ho hasti'v re perhaps, himsolf. realizing, seated that evidence of which be hud never dreamed lay at the bottom of the client's manner and the counsel's com placoncy. Mr. Moffat, who saw everything, smiled slightly as he spoke encouragingly to his witness and propounded his next question: "Miss Cumberland, was your sister with you when you went to the clubhouse?" "No; we went separately." "How? Will you explain?" "I drove there. I don't know how Adelaide went." "You drove there?" "Yes. I had Arthur harness up his horse for me, and I drove there." A moment of silence, then a slow Wakening on the part of judge. Jury and prosecution to the fact that the case was taking n turn for which they To Mr. Moffat It were HI prepared. was n moment of Intense self congratulation, and something of the gratification he felt crept Into his voice as he said: "Miss Cumberland, will you describe this horse?" "It was a gray horse. It has I large black spot on Its left shoulder." "To what vehicle was It attached?" "To a cutter- - r.iy brother's cutter." "Was that brother with you? Did he accompany you In your ride to the whispering Tines?" "No I went quite alone." Ent ra ncemont had now seized upon every mind. Even If her testimony were not true, but merely the wanderings of a mind not fully restored, the Interest of it was intense. "And how did you return? With whom and by what means did you regain your own house?" The answer came with simple directness: "In (he same way I went. I drove back in my brother's cutter, and, being all alone, just as before. I put tho horse away myself and went into my empty home and up to Adelaide's room, where I lost consciousness." "Miss Cumberland, do you often ride out alone on nights like that?" "I never did before, I would not have dared to do it I lien If I bad not taken a certain precaution." "And what was tills precaution?" n i i sen-sonel "I wore an old eoBl of my brother' over my dresa nnd one of his hats on my bead." It was out the fact for the suppression of uliiih I had suffered arrest without a word, because of which Ar thur had gone even further and sub milted to trial Willi the snme con stancy. Instinctively his eyes and mine met, and nt that moment Micro was establfebed between us nn understanding trwr was in strong contrast to too surrounding turmoil, which now WMM nil limits, as the highly wrought up spectators renllzed thnt these statements, If corroborated, destroyed one Of the strongest points whi b had been made by the prosecu lion. This caused a stay In the until order was partially restored, and the Judge's voice could bo bond In a warning that the courtroom would lie cleared of all spectators If this break of decorum was repented. "Miss Cumberland, will you now give tho Jury the full particulars of (hat evening's occurrences as witnessed by Begin your relation. If you yourself? plense, with an account of the last meal you had together," snld Mr. Mof-fa- t when tho trial was resumed. Cnrmol besltnted. Her youth her conscience, perhaps shrank In manifest distress from this inquisition. "Ask me a question," she prayed. "I do not known how to begin." "Very well. Who were seated at the dinner table that night?" Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, "My sister, my brother, Mr. Rane-lagand myself." "Did anything uncommon happen during the meal?" "Yes; my sister ordered wine nnd had our glasses all filled. She never drank wine herself, but she had her glass filled also. Then she dismissed Helen, the waitress, and when the girl was gone she rose and held up her gloss and Invited us to do the same. 'Wo will drink to my coming marriage,' said she, but when we had done this she turned upon Arthur, with bitter words about his habits, nnd, declaring thnt another bottle of wine should never be opened again In the house, unclosed her fingers and let her glass drop on the table, where it broke. Arthur then let his fall ond.l mine. We nil three let onr glnsses fall and break." "And Mr. Ranelagh?" "He did not let his fall. He set It down on the cloth. He had not drunk from It." Clear, perfectly clear, tallying with what we had heard from other sources. "Miss Cumberland, where were you looking when you let your glass fall?" My heart gave a bound. I remembered that moment well. So did she, as could be seen from the tremulous flush and the determination with which she forced herself to speak, "At Mr. nanelagh," she answered finally. "Not at your brother?" "No." "And at whom was Mr. Ranelagh looking?" "At at me." "Not at your sister?" "No." "Was anything said?" "Not then. With the dropping of the glnsses we all drew back from the table and walked toward a little room where we sometimes sat liefore going into the library. Arthur went first, :md Mr. Ranelagh and followed. Adelaide coming last. We we went this way Into the little room other question do you wisli to ask.'" she finished, with a burning Mash. Mr. Moffat was equal to the appeal. Did Mr. "Did anything happen? Uaneiagb apeak to you or you to bini. or did your sister Adelaide speak?" "No one spoke, but Mr. Ranelagh put a little slip of paper Into my hand- - a a note. As lie did this my brother I looked round. don't know whether M saw the note or not. hut his eye caught mine, and may have blnshed. Next moment he was looking past me, and presently lie Hung himself out of the room and I heard him going upAdelaide had joined tut by stairs. this time, and Mr. Ranelnnh turned to speak to bet, and -- and I went over to i lie bookakelves is rsfcd my note." "And did you read it then?" "No; 1 was afraid. I waited till Mr. h 1 and--wh.I and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, women, tired, worn-oCardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut E 57 Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "1 was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui few your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. cone, then I went up to my room and read it. It was not a a note to be glud of I mean, proud of. I'm afraid 1 was a little glad of it at first. I was a wicked girl." "Miss Cumber land, before you tell us about this note will you be g o o d enough to inform us whether any 'I WAS A vt II KM' OIKI.." words passed be tween you and your sister before you weut upstairs?" "Oh, yes; wo talked. We nil three talked, but It was. about Indifferent mutters. The servants were going to Mr a bull, und wo spoke of that Ver Uaneiagb did not stay long. soon he remarked that lie hud a husj evening before him and took his leave I was not in the room with tliein when I was lu the adjoining lie did this one. but I heard his remark und saw did not wult to talk to Ad him go. lulde." "Now, uhout the note?" "I read it as soon as I reached uij room. Then 1 sat si ill for u long time "Mian Cumberland, pardon my re quest, but will you tell us what whs In that note?" She lifted her patient eyes and loo!, He did not ed straight at her brother meet her gate, but the dull Hush which lit up the dead white of bis cheek 1 llano high was nokei with tears or some other drend- howed how lie suffered under this lut emotion. I cannot tell yon how At me she never glanced deal l. this made rae feel, hut you don't earn "I do not remember the word.).'' she for said finnlly as her eyes fell again to jjld-nh- that. You warn to know what I I Adelaide did. will tell I Its menn-ing- . lap. "Hut remember her yon. hut I nnnoi hiirrj ." It wns an Invltntlon for me to leave town with him thnt very even w "Take your time. Mls Cumberland; navp 1,0 w,"h t0 """J " ' lug nnd be mnrrlod nt some place ho I cam go on now The next t ti n n He said It would be the I mentioned did wns to knock nt Arthur's door. I best way to to end matters. henrd him getting ready to go out. and I wanted to speak to him before he CBAPTKR W'TV. went. When he henrd me he opened my- "i aim un mttmi than the door and let me In. He bpgau nt tr.i.F." , once on bis grievances, but I could not brought Mr. Fox to his feet. listen to them. I wanted him to harto the Judgr, he cried: ness the gray mare for me and leave "Ibis testimony is Irrelevant It standing in the stable. I explained and Incompetent, und I i.sk to the request by saying that It win have it stricken out." necessnry for me to see a certain friend Mr Moffat's voice as lie arose to anof mine Immediately nnd that no one swer this was like honey poured upon would notice me in the cutter under gall. the bpnrsklns. He didn't approve, but "It Is neither Irrelevant nor UK MB persuaded blm. I even persuaded petent, and If It were the objection him to wait till Zndok was gone, so comes too ln!. My friend should that Adelaide would know nothing have objected to flic question." He looked glum, but he about It. "Tho whole rourso of counsel has promised n very unusual." began Mr. I'ox. "He wns going awny when I henrd Yes, but so is (lie case. I beg your Adelaide's steps In the adjoining room. honor to believe that In some of its This frightened me. The partition is features this case Is not only unusnnl, very thin between these two rooms, but almost without a precedent. I beg nnd I wns afraid she bad heard me that my witness may lie allowed to ask Arthur for the grny mare and cutpfUtESjd nnd tell her story in nil Us deter. I could hear tier rattling the bottails." tles In the ajedlclne cabinet hanging "The motion Is denied." declared the on this very wall. I hurried back Judge. to my own room, where I collected Mr. Fox snt down, to the universal such little articles as I needed for the relief of nil but the two persons most expedition before me. Interested Arthur nnd myself. "I had hnrdly done this when I heard Mr. Moffat, generous enough or disthe servants on the walk outside, then creet enough to take no note of his Arthur golne down. The Impulse to opponent's discomfiture. lifted n paper see and speak to him ngnln was Irref:om the table and held it toward the sistible. I flew nfter htm and caught witness. hin. in the lower hnll. 'Arthur,' I "io you recognize these lines?' ' he cried, 'look nt me look nt me well inked, pMctafl the remnnnts of my and then kiss me!" And he did kiss btlf burned communication In her me. I'm glad when I think of it. though line's. he did say next minute: 'Whnt is the She started at Bight of them. Evimatter will) you? What are you going dently she had never expected to see to do-- to meet that villain?' them again. "I looked straight into nis face. I "Yes," lbs answered nfter a mo- waited till saw I had his whole atment. "Ties Is a portion of the note tention. Then I snld as slowly and I hive mentioned." emphatically us could: 'If you menn "You recognize It as such?" Blwood -- no! shall never meet him "I do." again, except In Adelaide's presence. Her eyes lingered on the scrap nnd He will not want to meet me You back nnd may be at ease about that Tomorfollowed It ns It wns pns-erow nil will le well und Adelnide very marked as rn exhibit. Mr. Moffat recalled her to the matter happy.' In hand. "He shrugged his shoulders nnd "Wet did you do next, Miss Cum- readied foi his coat and hat As he wns pulling them on I said, 'Don't herlnsdf "' answered the note." forget to harness up Jenny. Jenny Is the gray mere. 'And leave off the "'ry I ask to what effect?" "I refused Mr. Rnnelagh's request. I bells.' I urged. 'I don t want Adelaide said that I could not do what ho asked to near tne go out "He swung about at this. 'You and nnd told bin to wait till the next dny nnd he would see how I felt toward Adelaide are not very good friends. It him and toward Adelaide. That wns seems. 'As good as you und she are. tiling ray arms Then all I could not write much. I was 1 answered about blm. 'Don't go down street to naffertag gr tty." "Suffering In mind or suffering In night,' I prnyeil. "Stay home for this one uight. Slay In the house with Ade- body?" He lalde. stay till I come nome. "Suffering in my mind. I was terriI snw ins color cbnnge. fied, but that feeling did not last very stared, and long. Soon I grew happy, happier than Then be tiling me off. but not rudely. you stay? he asked. Then I bad been In weeks, happier than I 'Why don't he laughed und added, 'I'll go harness I had ever been in all my life before. found that I loved Adelaide better than the mare.' "The key's In the kitchen,' 1 said did myself. This made everything Til go get It for you. I heard Zadok easy, oven the sending of the .answer I bring It in lie did not answer, and have told you about to Mr. Iianelagh." 1 found two on tho Key. you get went for the "Miss Cumberland, how did nail, and I drought tbem both, but i tills answer to Mr. Ranelagh?" one, the key to the "Ry means of a gentleman who was only handed him stable door Whlcn way are you go I bad going away on the very train Ing?' I asked ms he looked at the key. been asked to leave on. He was a the kitchen. The guest, next door, and I carried the note then bark toward short way. ot course. Then here's the In to him." key to the Fulton grounds. "Did you do this openly?" "As be took the key I prayed agnln I slipped out by "No; I'm afraid not. DOOM do wtmfs in your mind, Arthur. fie side door in as careful n way as I Don't drink lonight. He only laughed, could." aud I said my last word: 'If .von do "Did this attempt at secrecy suc- It will he for the last time You'll nevceed? Were you able to go and come er drink again after tomorrow.' without meeting any one?" "He iiihiI. no answer to this, and I "No. Adelaide was at the head of went slowly upstairs. Everything was the) stairs when I came back, standing quiet-qu- iet us deal h in the whole there, very Stiff and quiet." house. It Adelaide nnd hpnrd us she "Did she speak to you?" Uomg M my own made no ign. "No. She just looked at me. Rut It room, I wailed until I henrd Arthur wasn't a common look. I shall tiever come nut t the stable and go uway forget It." by the door tn the rear wall. Then I "And Whet did you do then?" I carried a small bag ptole out again "I went to my room." wilh me. hut no coat or hat. "Miss Cumberland, did you se "Pausing and listening ngnln and else when yon came In at this ncnin. I crept downstairs and halted time?" at the Inble.undei Iheraek. the kevs "Yes, our maid. Helen. She was Just were till there Cutting them in my layini; down a bunch of keys on the bag. sen relied the rack for one of table in the lower hall. I stopped and my brother's warm coats. Rut I took looked at I he keys. I bad recognized none saw. I remembered hii old one them as the ones I had seen In Mr. which Adelaide hud put awny In the Uanclagh's hands many times. lie closei nuclei the smlrs. (Jetting this. had gOM, yet there were his keys. I put It on. nnd. finding a hat there. One of tlii'in unlocked tho clubhouM too. I took thai also, nnd when had I others, but I mkm it ovi'i my forehand nnd drnwn noticed it Maoog diilu't touch it llli'tl. Helen was still tip the I'ollnr of ho ooiit I wns quite in tinhull, iiiul I rss Btrslsfct I wns going out when unri-- ( ognl.iihle. win-rI met m.v sister, nn I I rememberer! there would be BO llRht I had put have just told you." a box of in the clubhouse. "Miss Oitml.erlinnl. continue the sto- matches In my bng while I was ry. What did you ilo nfter needed u candle. Slipbut your room'.'" ping hack, l look a rawdl fVS nnd "I don't BSOW "hut I ditl first. I cundle from the dining room mantel was very excited elated one minute, nnd drove swiftly awny." deeply wretched nnd very f rlirlitcned Mow did you leave the stable the next. I must have mf down, for dnorV" I was shikluc very much nnd felt a "Open." little sicl; The slight of that key had "Can yon tell us what time it was brought up pictures of the eliililiotme. when you PfaftOd V1 tbOSMtbl nnd tSJSSSjbl Imw quiet nnd I dui not look. Time meant "No It was nnd how fur away nnd how nothing to n. e I drove ns fast as I cold it was. too. and how secret. I could strniL'1,1 down the hill and out would K there for what I hud to do -- toward ib ffslnprrtsj ffHse i hHd saw in my fancy there! And then een Adelaide in her .window as I went one of its rooms, with the moon In It. flying bv the bouse, but not a soul and but I soon shut my eyes to that. on the ronn nor a sign of life near or I heard Arthur moving n limit Ills room, ftr. The whrstle ot a train blew ns and this iniide BM start up and go out I stopped lii i he thicket nenr the club into the hall again. bouse door It It was the eipress train "Arthur's room is near and Ade- you can tell" went IS Ade laide's fur off. hut "Never mind the If." said Mr. Mof latde'a first. Her door was shut, and fst. "It Is enough that you heard the I u hen went lo open It found II (lo on with what you did." locked, (.'ailing her name. I mild that whistle, "I tied up m.v horse, then I weut Into was tired und wmi'd he glad to nay I had used Mr. Ranelagh's good night. She did not answer at the house. key lo open the door, aud for some ren once. When she d'd her voice wns on I took It out ot the lock when I got strange, thoiicli what she nald wan lo nnd put the whole bunch back Into I very simplewas fn please myself my satchel did not lock the Rut she wan going lo retire too. And then I lit my candle aud then to say good night, but she door. Then she tried only half said It. like one who - 1 went upstair. af I C W BOW IK P ARKIN M VIIIIPHlli 1 .1 W PATF urm Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. i THIS 1 Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for price on anything in our line. I Estimates on Application J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (& SON Granite and Marble I I Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT. KY. I Real Estate Department I I Do you want to buy a farm or business I If you do yon -- may lind iut what you need in this department. von vnnvi nnnji If j" s el in any of the following proprieties write u ut onee for owner's nime and tuldivs-- . If none of these places suit you, write us at once tollinir u what you want It und let as introduce you to the man who ha- - the yon s are looking for. ' and'where'you want very property We recommend and fair in price. the following properties as being productive. 1 Want to Sell your farm or business; If y0ej for your property, send priee and description at onoe and let us eh .v you how we bring buyer and aelleritogetber. This department is conducted solely for the purp mm of enabling buyers and sellers of farms Off business proprieties to make quick aes want cash Do You -- 1 Jno. No. ITO MfM MM IVMd liroimi hOMM NO. 9 w burn, rxrt'l I'litsi-liul. i D. Babbage. KlnJwoJ IV1 hou-f- . 1 SU0kCNl 1 iiilii-- i fn ni r;illr.ad. MM MMMP ' I IMM nil If from srluni - cated mli.,1 9 mile from H.r from Hnrned, M .,'- T"tracis-- Ki n3Wi i DM - ''ro ill the other: lit acres and lo- lnbu; m. of mile LT.iJcd school. hi-o- f iv. rvj,-- . county; li MTM I X KOud milf from BkTUD. MMWlc mile of pnbilu school. MM I 2:0 of Humcl. H church mni school, n od building in mil fciici's. iriwid orclrirU nnd Wilor: .W act's In tiiuli r. in icrcs Bud white oiiks PriOt i, No 4MMfMSMMM ''"st ou tne r..uroU NO. 10 M''"'!'resfrom aiie iwiuh WitMiar. Rood bnrn ainlcrli, reasonably tfoodlmiiv; well ritnr . very d. o nleion side Ivartz tann. Crh e fl.mo Portion of II. L. NO. menls: V ihii apple trees just In t sell Ml. a church s. b i n i II tu'"r r.ver,"'res m.norun: both on fcood lmorovn prime ,,f life, ia idlni; 1,1 -- any-bod- -- I ;n lo res In itcrcs. nil lev loiiHed; S mlies from Irviu-io- nlaudclenred, welt Price.'! m PtJOBU nnd Uwllinit. t h ill. Hem hiiu HMtl h nise. I oiant h nise I wo noren iynw i,, a rnuvyi 3 r 'oms. tohuceo hum. stall e anil corn crili. No 13 vards from Mcluady anil school house houses. Ur,(eroom dwnintw and hall ; tenant tobacco Imru: '.'s, tidies south Price II.4M. K isv t ivirk. H mile fr.mi sciiooi hprlnits near barn: on Rural U full wntnfnd t mtc WO acres .'ooil land near Itasin No. Surluifs, Breclceurldyvcouutv. one ''" of the lu st sections In Hit- ooun No I dV culttrateaitlI'O level n' can be l I dwelllni IM acres mtle Son h of Rockvule, feid barns. Iu lobicco barn; s mi a from ivi,. sample. Kas terms an ul land. 4 room dwelling tenant hOWH and necessary uiill'iilldliiKs. h .ol bottta and 'lunch In :IAI yarns. Price '"',Vs KM of NO I S Hi an: food, "liemini; lime i ilea H, rill cash. st stone soil, watered by wells and sprbiifs. on nood 4J aciis. :i in les from Ivirk. dwell county road, near nood school and churches. o m story t room! nn porch. .e tobacco barn com JNO, 3 stock barn, piod well, small IMIM house. Ood harn and stood tenant h .uses, ft clover and riss line iatMI. nuod orchard. Price il. HK aud ntnnli 411 Nm buttles ' chard and trmii plenty u iiminr, Hood ' 6 - '"'' : I iu. I I I 1 - ot. s. miles fro i. Bnsto I, miles rr.nn Irvlugt mi well koo J you m; orchard Kood witered: lavs limber ; on rur d route ; school is mas to w y irds tro house: tmpro eiuenln , ito d four rooiti dwelling with kitchen on bask porch; tw (owti bTrosi b raaaateaeM mm ami eke le-back tn the Scifll o il aud hen house; will sell on ea-payments; pleuly wimkI she Further particulars address if SOI II fruit I no li Babbage! Cloverport, Ky. I i t(IO 4,OWU n 1; U' 'Z ;( we ; ; Ing; lox SMltlag, - rooms and side r ..on ifood smble; 3 tobacco burns; 3 tenant houses P euty of go si tlBabS( for farm purposeSi good land to clear. Price IJ.OOO s caao. I tores four miles west of S miles from branch railroad all Iresh land: too acres in culllva ,wl teres lu grass; will produce tne best lum :'oru, wheat and I ibtOOU lu n 'lu'hlsirhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwell- - niiii $2 ,mn ; ; oiendeane, ir i ; SaI.K A farm cunlalutugOaettaaJal all under fence. A nice cottage ef Ht M riMlH. two cisterns, a w illed cellar W'.U a store room over It, I wo gist I stock bares one e u a ut house uhoul SHI apple and pen. trees, also pears. (jt ices and apricots: mos. kail kmds of small fruits. Including a nlo Briiiyard of choicest grapes, ''ijo acras leiri '.', acres lu grass, balance lu woods str or groves of black locust sulll lent for posts It wile the whole farm tn It lies near h on L, H.SJ Is. li It. price i, gVSN i l long aud easy puvments. ; I (5 ptll b' t i 1 1 1 - I amen, think I screiimeti. some one i know my and I in in i, It was l hands well) mil I saw tliein In the glass; I lien diet fell MruiiMH itoun at my side, and I Stakes uld looked at (III I aw nil be terroi go out uiv-e- lt my tnce. and when u was quite calm again I siisiped down ami pulled out the Utile I o PL's I had been beating in the Ure auu laid them quick quick, "1 laid lUK.u SMBI auKoaa in ohsbk." before I could be sorry again, right . here la a room upstairs In the club- across my cboeu. aud Hieu" I house where 1 have often been with roar In thw court. If she bad Adelaide. It has a fireplace In It, ..ml screamed wbeu she suid she did, so 1 hud seen a box there half filled with some one cried out loudly now. I it. ink wood the day before. This la the room that pitiful was myself. They 1 went to. and here 1 built a tire. say I bad beeu standing straight up in When It was quite bright I took out my place tor the last two minutes. something 1 bad brought In my satchel and thrust It Into the Dame. Then 1 To Ooatlnui d got up and walked away. I I did not usually treated, a sprsiued sukle feel very strong aud aank on my knees when I got to (be couch und burled my will disable s man for tbree or four l.y Chstuherlsiu's face In my arms. But 1 fait better weeks, butfreelyapplying as the idjury as soou la Liniment when 1 came back to the Ore again and ic, rived, aud observiug the directions very brave till I caught a glimpse of with each bottle, a cure can be effected my face to the mirror over the uiantel-Dlacx- , in from two to four days. For sale by all That-th- at unnerved me, and I deslers. I . NT THE OLD RELIABLE MAINE AND PROHIBITION "Dry" Law Has Prevailed For Sixty Years. MILLINERY 1 BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 ANNOUNCEMENT 8tR& MARY LYNCH will open her Urge line of fall hats from Cincinnati OUR RECOUDs 'JO years of honorable dealing. An absolutely EXAMINED PlMtd llirouirh three panics and mikI every legitimate Never sealed a check. claim to its full amount on demand. 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safe Place lo do Business. 10-1- 2 HISTORY OF LEGISLATION. APRIL BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. 1 Brigadier General Dew Was Father of the Movement Agitation For Repeal Wat Started Because of Wholesale Violations of Statute. Prohibition In Maine is sixty years The recent election, In which the "wets" appear fo have won, ul-- t hough there will be a contest In the courts, was the first time in tweu-i.seven years that her citizens were called on to vote on the subject. Rrlg-idie- r General Neal Dow was tho father of the movement. It was he who In NM drafted the (irst severely prohibitory law of MM state. He was in the forefront of the fight over all succeeding prohibition laws, which culminated In the constitutional amendment of 1MB, repeal of which bus Just been voted on. That amendment enme up for consider;,, ion after Maine bad trio! state wide statutory prohibition for over a quarts Of century. It wns proposed by the Sixty-firs- t legislature and submitted to a test vote on Sept. 8, MM It wns overwhelmingly approved. persons voting for It and only 1311 against it. Governor Ruble a proclamation In regard to It on the following Dec. ,t. and the amendment actually went into effect in Jit Hilary. 188.r. It prohibited the manufacture nnd sale of Intoxicating liquors, not including cider, but legalized the sale of liquors for medicinal and me chanical purposes and for the arts. The article in full rends: The manufacture of Intoxicating liquors, not Including cider, and ihe sale and keeping for sale of intoxicating liquors are and Phall be forever prohibited, except, however, that the sale and keeping for ale of such liquors for medicinal pur poses nnd the arts and the sale and keeping for sale of elder may be permitted un der such regulations as the legislature old. 70,-78- 1 Is-u- Miss Letetia Chapin And Mr. Bap'ist John Miles Married Young People Entertain The Irvington friends have received the announcement of the marriage of Miss Letetia Chapin to Mr. John Miles at the house of the brides' aunt in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Miles It ft immediately for a wedding trip after which they will return here, where they will live in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Miles will keep house in Irvington, where they expect to build a residence .soon. Miss Annie Jennings, a sister of the bride, will make her home with them. Mrs. Miles will continue her millinery business for this season. She is a popular young woman in business as Mr. Miles is well as socially. on the Henderson Route with which he holds a position. Mrs. Charlie iteard and children, after spending several days with Mrs Nora Hoard, have returned to Hardinsburg. Miss Claire Jolly will leave for Bloom ington, Ind.to attend school. Mrs. J. I J. Herndon and son, Alford, have returned, after spending a month with relatives and friends in Hopkir.s-ville- , Clarksville and Nashville, Teun. Mrs. L. B. Moremen will return this week, after a short visit to Miss Mattie Lee Morcmen in Brandenburg. MUs Jennie Calloway and daughter, Miss Virginia, who have been the guests of Rev. . I. T. Lewis in Fords-ville- , have returned. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Malin have returned to Owenshoro after visiting Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Herndon. Miss Wilson, of Caneyviile, delivered a niie address at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon on missions. Miss Liz.ie Hall was hostess at a 12 o'clock dinner Wednesday. given at her beautiful country home near Webster. Covers were laid for six. Dr. and Mrs Clarence Deweese tptnt several days of last week her the guests of Mrs Uewee e parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. Tillord. Mr. ano Mrs. C. S Neafut and child- ren, were tne week end guests of relat ives near Guston. Rev. and Mrs. Chas K. Shepherd reft vest. rdav fur Louisville after sptiiding the summer here. Mrs. Kate Henderson, of .San Fran Cisco, Cal., arrived last Friday t visit her one e and aunt Mr and Mrs Bate well-known y . Miss Lash brook, of Owensboro, aid Miss Hillsman of Livcrmore, after a pleasant visit to Miss Hannah Beard. have returned to their homes. Hardinsburg and vicinity were well tepresented at the State fair last week Gardner. Miss Jessie Cummings, one ot our Miss Maybell Hawkins, of Stephens-por- t, High Scnool studants. spent Saturday has been employed as the the and Sjnday at her home at Falls of third teacher in our Public School of Rougn. this city. The High S;hool boys are organizing M iss Laura Hale invites you to her team. a foot-bal- l Millinery Opeuiug September 2" at Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander and Rosenblatt's. Jolly's old stand. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin, were A large line of pattern hats have been visiting relatives at Custer Saturday. received from Indianapolis by Miss ''Bread Unking uccess is guaranteed Laura Hale. if y.JU use th; Lewiipjrt BEST Fl air JJMiss Hale took particular pains to Sail by J. H. Gudiier. buy elegant Millinery at Indianapuhs for her fall trade. Before buying elsewhere, call to see THROW LINE the New Millinery (Joods received by Miss Laura Hale. Bread baking is guaranteed a success Give The Kidneys Help And if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Many People Will Be Hap Games and Ian, Monlay evening. music were indulged in after which lurht refreshments were served. The social committee was composed of the following:Misses Ellen Munford, Nellie Smith, Mabel McGlothlan and Johnnie Johnston. Miss Katharine Wimp who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bailey Waller in Hopkinsville for two weeks, returned home Saturday. Mrs. J. I). Makin returned Saturday to her home in Evansville after a visit Mrs. Newsom to her sister-in-law- , time, and is yet unable to be at his Wednesday, September 27, 19 1 1 it- store. Mrs J daughter, ;s M. Williams and little Lorame, are here from Louisville, visiting her husband, who employed by Mercer St Mercer at Wilson, Ckven and Company's Glen Dean, Kentucky stenographer. f 'i .. am mm i a1 j sai-ww- w5k r TY 1 OUHHE f'T M HUESTro.n ITS 9 M c f J V IT IS SAFE " Ht KOM ALL DINGERS OF IN HAVING J CHECKING H EH. E NT U SOLVED item; GUSTON. pier. ! . Washington. J. C. Payne and Dr. L. H. Moremeu, h&Vf returned from New Harmony. Ind. The Baptist Young Peoples Union gave a most delightful social on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. T W McGloUi- - "Throw Out The Life Liue" Henry Warmouth, of Louisville, spent Tne kidneys need help. his mother. Sunday with Tney're overworked an't get the Mien-- . ot Louisville, spent SatRev. poison filtered out of the blood. urday night at C. E. Anderson's. They're getting worse every minute. Miss Ada Brown, of Brandenburg, Will you help them? spent Thursday with Miss Olive Adkis-son- . Doftn'e Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidnev .sufferers back from Miss Elizabeth Cox left last week to the verge of despair. take charge of her school it Paynes-ville- . Read this case: Mrs. Lotus Hoover, Eighth St., Cun- George Board moved last week to the oellon, Ind , says: "I cannot say too much in praise of Doan's Kidney Pills J no. Akers farm, near Irvington, Miss Alice Carwin spent the week end tor I have taken them with success and other memoers of my family have also with her parents at Brandenburg. profiled through their use. My kidneys Mrs. KnlMI Bofuard and little son, were disordered for a long time before of EW'on, Mo , are visiting relatives. I knew exactly My what ailed me. Mr. and Mrs. Lec Frymire and Miss limbs were stiff and sore and I had visitors at T. W. aharp pains acrost the small of my Clara Board Anderson's Minday. back I also suffered irom headaches Miss Olive AdVisson. after a week's aud dizzy spells. Seeing Doau's Kidvisit to her mother, returned to Frank ney Pills highly recommended by local duties at the people ir ho had taken them, I was fort Sundav to Minded Institution finally led to begin their use. Tht Dick Bennett and family, who have contents of three boxes completely been residing at Columbus, Ind , for cured me," For sale by all dealers. Price 50 'he past year, have returned to Ken Foster-Miibur- n ce::ts. Co , Buffalo, 'ucsy IOH1 e M.s. Oscar Rice had fir her guests New Y"rk, sole agents for the United St iles. .Minday, Mrs. W. H. Burner and dauRemember the name Doau'.s and ghter, Mr. aid Mrs. Walton Bruner, of :akc no oi her. ; .. I I IS i. f II in. u..oi mmvuiii ami .ws. nano ii li end unking success is guaiaulced Bread aiding is guaranteed a success if you e l.e.vispnl BUST Flour. f vou use Lewispart BEST Flour. Wf-i- e e may provide. Tho legislature shall enact laws with suitable penalties for the suppression of the manufacturing, sale and keeping for ale of Intoxicating liquors, with tho ex ceptions herein specified. "". u-- HAKDINSBURG MeCubbloa and little N.iCoiil City, Cal , who nave been visiting relatives here several weeks, are spending this week in Stephenspa t. The County Teacher's Institute will convene next week Sup!. Dnskell nas mailed checks to the trustees fortak ng the census last spring. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beard have returned from a visit to Mr. aud Mrs. Koscoe Severs at Hinton, Va. Tney visited Washington beiore returning Mrs. L II. GIVES UP PORT ARTHUR. daughter, of Mrs. J. H. Miles Takes pleasure in announcing the OPENING of her t ail and Winter MILLINERY at the store of J. S. LOVE, Irviiijjtuii. Kentucky The Smartest Hats Correct Trim-minePRICES rs REAS0N4Blt: Mail Orders Solicited home. It vou want to save money in buying jewelry, call on T. C, Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. Rev. Marion Dyer has returned from a successful series of meetings at Next Sunday is his last service before going to conference. Mr. and Mrs. M. H Beard returned from Louisville Sunday. Mrs. Lee B shop is at home for a tew days, after a visit to St. Louis and Sne moves to Louisville Louisville this week. Mr. Bishop will remain a while to complete some work here, when he will join his family. Tnese good people will be ui.sasd, both parents and children. Born to Mi an Mrs Herbe'rt Hall, Sept. Li, a girl. Win. Beard, the butcher, hat been confined to his home several day. 0. D.Shellman ha been ill for some Bew-leyville 1 Japan Moves to Chinhai Bay on Korean Coast For a Gibraltar. Purely strategical reasons have Induced the Japanese government to decide upon the abandonment of a naval station at Port Arthur, in Manchuria, representing nil investment of initny millions of dollars. This station was built by the Russians when they were In control of the I.laotung peninsula under a nominal lease from China. Even after it was shown to fail of that degree of impregnability which wus the expectation of Its founders aud fell into the hands of the Japanese us an Incident of the Itusso Japanese war the victors did not hesitate to spend (mother greut sum of money upon the defenses. Put the acquisition of Korea by Japan has made the Port Arthur station secondary hi Importance from u in al point of view. It was too far inland to be of any use in the defense of Korea, so the decision has In en reached to abandon the place as a na Mil station and to transfer as much of the material as call be used else where to the new site selected ut Chinhai hay, on the coast of Korea, a position that will comm. ind the entrance to the Yellow sea and the great gulf of I'echill, us well as afford a measure of protection to the western coast of Jupau and the strait of Korea (.real docks will he constructed at this place, which will be reserved exclusively for nuvul purposes The port will be closed to commerce, while Port Arthur will be released for the UStt of he merchant marine. I This clause of the constitution was In unquestioned for twenty years. 1!04 Governor Cobb attempted a strict enforcement of the prohibition law. his plu When he ran for rality shrank from 27,000 to 7,000. With the swinging of the state this year from the Republican to the Democratic column state leaders figured that perhaps n majority of the voters were not In favor of "no license." The history of prohibition In Maine Is declared to have been marked by wide violations of the law. Secret bars are said to have flourished everywhere. The mail order liquor dealers are said to have smuggled liquor into the state by traiuloads, while moonshine distilleries flourished. Finally the legislature enacted the Storgil law, authorizing Governor Cobb to nproint a commission to search homes for forbidden beverages. I'he legislature lip led the Sturgis law In 1000, but Governor Cobb vetoed the repeal. Then arose the movement for n reamendment of the constitution. The campaign just closed was hard fought on both sides and attracted the nttention of tern pern nee workers all over the world. Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens, national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance union and herself a Portland woman, took harge of the fight for the prohibition Campaigners were enlisted e'ement. from all over the country. The International Prohibition association tlnod- d the state with literature containing interviews with prominent men and women gathered all over the world. I'he National Temperance society, the Ant saloon lenerue and the Good Tem plars also wore active. i a 8VRNINC THE Oh THE POCKET " BOOK HAS' .1 CHICK ii OTftM FEAT i HES lOO I OR YOU ALL HKE AND MOST OF IIIF.H LOSS THHOUGH HUHGLARr. Si I BANK OF CLOVERPORT I one-four- I DO YOU WANT A FARM? I have tne best of my farm land still unsold; will Well for th cash or a cash equivalent, the balance in payments to suit purchaser. This laud is locate I on the lfardiaebrg and I.eitchtield road, ten minutes' drive from railroad station and tne same distance from Kingswood where is Kingswood Colltge. District febool will be built on or near this laud If you want a farm don't tail to see this Lad. Also have two oair of work and a pair ol large horses that will sell. Write or Come to Hardinsburg C. L. BEARD, NO Hardinsburg, Ky. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Owen Keys., Miss Nina Hardin attended thefuner-eral of her uncle, Taylor Bandy, last week. FLEET FOR SAN FRANCISCO from West Point where she had been TO Electric Fle'-'-lclt- KILL FRUIT PESTS. Sorayt Shacks Instead of Used In Washington. Acting Secretary of Navy Won't Lend It to Aid Celebration. Acting Secretary of the Navy Wln-throhas denied the request of vnri-ou- s civic organizations In San Francisco that the proposed cruise of the Pacific fleet to Hawaii be postponed so that the war vessels may take part in a naval parade Incident to Ihe breaking of ground for the Panama-Pacifiexposition, which will take place on Oct. 14 next upon the occasion of President Taft's visit to San Francisco. The Pacific fleet is scheduled to su!l from San Diego on Oct. 1 for Honolulu In denying the request Mr. Wlnthrop said the cruise could not be postponed without serious detriment to the fleet's efficiency. p c j Marshall Norton could not be found the county. Hurrah for the State tcket. It is a sure winner, and a better man than in ' v " Bread baking cess if you ue guaranteed a tuc- Lewisport REST Flour. is BFVVLEYVILLE The revival closed Friday ni'ht with thirteen additions to the church. Miss Frances Severs, of Union Star, is the guest of Margaret Stith. Robert Carman left Tuesday to attend school at Beechniont. Mrs. L. G. Miller has returned from a week's visit to Louisville. She visited many places of interest and was delighted with the Masonic Home. Miss Betsey Stith is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morton, of Louisville. Miss Mary Alice Hayes, who has been visiting Mrs Richard Carman, returned to Louisville Tuesday. Miss Fannie Hardaway has returned home after a lengthy visit to Frankfort, Versailles and Lexington. Horace McCoy will give a box supper at the school house Friday night, the proceeds going toward a new library for the school. A revival will begin at the Baptist church October Miss Roberta Foote, ot Owensboro, is the guest of Miss Bessie Foote. Miss Bessie Cox is teaching at Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mis. Chas. Drury attended the and were accompanied home by their neices, Misses Darling and Lewis. Bread basing guarauteed a success if you ute Lewispoit BEST Flour. . -i! Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Plour. as un agency to destroy the codling moth nnd other bug pests LODIBURG Is the latest innovation Introduces! in modern apple orcharding in the Spo kane valley. Washington, where was Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall, of French reientl.v made what is declared to have been the first demonstration of Its Lick, Ind., were guests of Mr. and kind in the world. The test was innde Mrs. A. M. Hardin last week. In u six year old orchard, and more Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hardin were than a score of second brood mollis aphides were killed in visiting Dr. and Mrs Kurtz, of Clifton and ninny civcn Mills, Sunday. few minutes. I'he apparatus eon si st s of a storage Mrs. Nannie Gibson, of Cloverport, buttery to charge the liicnndcs: Ml was visiting Mrs A. M. Hardin Sun light globes, each of si candle powday. er, which are netted with flue steel A. M. Hardin was in Hardinsburg wire, Minted with upper Hud tin. ul week. lernalely Attracted by Ihe bright lights In the treea to which the globes Earl Hushlield, of Louisville, was the nre carried at I lie ends of a covered guest ot relatives last week wire, the moths fly against the netMiss F.merel Bandy wig visiting ting, complete tin- e!e-trlcircuit and her sister, Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Steph- are killed It Is estimated that one buttery to ensport, last week. an acre of trees will keep the mollis MUs M wlle Masn.ii.i was the guest ol under POM f ml, thus eliminating the her sister, Mrs. hasham, of Vatacant, usual spraying and saving many dol last week. Jar annua II for help and equipment Davis Handy, who has been visiting relatives iu Illinois, has returned home. One Wheeled Jinrikitha. A one wl led Jlnrlklsba on the W H Aigabright was the guest of tnonocyele principle Is being Intro Frauk Shellman, of Holt, Sunday. dured among the Chinese of the Malay Mrs. Ida Brown was in Irvington last states. It hi said to be safe and to have many advantage over the old week, fasbioaed vealcle. Mrs. Harriet Payne returned home i - V1 ar- -n , i