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XXXVI FIT TO PRINT. 101 1 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, SPagea No. 12 St. Edward O'Rear, County Unit Champion, Selects Head of Whisky Trust To Collect His Campaign Funds "Better the Day, Better the Deed" ) (From The OWVDSboTO Mo-si'iioei ) BRECKENRIDGE REPUBLICANS HAVE MASS CONVENTION AT THE COUNTY SEAT I 'County Unit Question Plays Hot Part in Meetin, John P. Haswell, Jr., Asks for Frankness on , Their Stand for the PlatformGar ner Elected Chairman WILLIAM AMI. hutaeab, Kw. Sept. 6, Tuai Jodjre Edward C O'Hmr, the apostle of temperance and doughty champion of the "county unit." OSpitutatod to the enemy, the liquor intere-t- s of Kentucky, fully a month ago, while known for ffMRI to I select few, has heroine mani-l'e-- t hi the past few days by the flooding of the mails with a circular letter, appealing for campaign funds for the Republican-- , signed by Col. John W. McCulloch, the big Owensboro distiller president of AtSOOattioO -- who is "chairman of the finance g- the Kentucky committee" for the "First and Second District Branch of the Republican State Campaign committee. " happened On A Sunday. rs' BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roya I G ra pe C ream ofTa rtar ROYAL THE e CONVENTION'S HERO . ' The Republicans of Brocken-ridgcounty met in ruas convention at Hardinsburjr Monday to nominate a candidate for Repre sentative. There were one hunlive Republidred and sixty-oncans present. The convention was orderly and The harmoniously conducted. were there but were noisy boys not allowed speak their mind.They ' did speak it tho in a soft way, not loud enough to be. heard. They seemed hacked, under cover as it vre, they felt it down in their hetfrts, but like noble fellows they kept it to themselves. Thev were ' absolutely hacked for the first time in many years of Republican Brecken ridge in conventions county- - How nice for brethern to dwell in peace and harmony. Chairman Haswell called the to order. He asked ( convention secretary Allen R. Kincheloe to read the call after which Mr. Haswell made a few remarks about their candidate for Governor assuring his fellow Republicans that Judge O'Rear was sure to be the next Governor. He called him a "four square man" and that you rfnew where he stood on all ques- -' tions. He pled for harmony and peace and a square deal. . (lamer Chairman Editor Brock put in nomination EL A. Oelze for permanent chair-- i ' man, and Jesse Eskridge, with his coat ott and his lists flying in the air, nominated Pal Garner. A rising vote was taken which resulted in election of Mr. Garner, who received 17 votes and Mr. Oelze 42. C. C. Brock was the unanimous choice for secretary. Mr. Oelze moved that the nominating speeches be limited In three minutes. e , . it is to whip around the bush. He wanted to clinch them, bind them and tie them so if they didn't vote right when in the legislature, the people would know the reason why. He offered the following which was NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE This branch organization was made at the Palmer House in 1'adu-cah- , Sunday afternoon, August 27. Col. McCulloch came to l'aducah that day to meet Judge O'Rear, In Ollie James' Honor. Chairman Langley and other republicans. THREE MEN KILLED It is said both O'Rear and Langley hid written McCulloch more Speciai dispatch to the Kansas than once urging a conference. While O'Reai has scorned both Cox Washington, Sept. 5. RepreBIG EIRE and Franks, who were candidates against him for the nomination for sentative Ollie James of Kentucky is governor, he seemed anxious to cultivate McCulloch. one of the largest members, phvsically, of Congress He stands six feet high Half Million Dollar Loss In LouEnjoyed His Old Pastor's Sermon. City-Times- : JN & adopted: Resolved, that, we the Republican county convention assembled do hereby the Republican State platform as adopted at Louisville, and especially, that portiou thereof declaratory of the party 's position on the question of county unit. We pledge our nominee for representative to vote in the legislature for the county unit bill on every question, order, resolution, or vote, and in its every phase on even' occasion. Nominations then followed. ' On the Sunday of this meeting, if was given out in the newspapers that Judge O'Rear went to hear his old pastor, now located in l'aducah, preach and enjoyed the sermon very much; also that Judge O'Rear spent the remainder of the S ibbath day in rest, refusing al ways to travel on trains or transact any worldly affairs on Sunday. . . . . .1 mi inis was a pretty story, hut it Hardly consists with the facts. The truth is, immediately after dinner on that Sunday there in Judge O'Rear's room about twenty prominent Republicans, who had come by his invitation, from the First and Second con. . .. .. gressional districts. Down To Business. Wanted to Know Their Stand Mr. Eskridge wauted to know how the candidates stood on the county unit. This was sort; of a I bumbshell dropped into the quiet waters but it failed to explode. It brot the candidates to time, however, Judge Ahl being the first to come into the lime light. He said he was a member of the Republican State Convention and he stood square on that platform. Mr. t Cannon said every man and woman in his neighborhood knew where he stood and had always stood. His life he said was on open book on the temperance question, noorntan Called In Mr. Moorman was not present in the convention aud Mi. David Phelps Miggeted that the secretary read his announcement as published in tho papers. Chair-- i man Garner stud this was no good he wanted to hear from truntle-uati'- s own lips bow he stood. Mr. Moorman wa brought into the convention and said he was for the county unit first, last and all the time. None of these state meats were satisfactory to Mr. lias well. He had been a member of the House and knew how easy Judge O'Rear immediately took charge of the business in hand, and at his dictation the following officers were chosen for the branch organization, with headquarters at l'aducah: T. W. Vinson, of Cildwell county, chairman of executive committee. W. P. Scott, of Hopkins county, chairman of speakers' committee. Blanford Brings Tears Wallace Key, of Calloway county, chairman of publicity commitThe Hon. Chas. Blunford put tee. W. T. Fowler, of Christian county, chairman of organization comin nomination Judge Wm. Ahl. mittee. Mr. Blanford made a gallant and John W. MoCullojVof Diviess county, eheirmia of Bnence plaintiff' appeal for his oldcomrad inarms. He said just fifty yearn Mr. McCulloch was made chairman of the finance committee, on ago he went out with this loyal old soldier to save his country, and motion of Mr. Langley, with Judge O'Rear nodding and smiling apjust 47 years ago they fought side proval. by side in a great battle that saved McCulloch Ball Rolling. this country from its enemies. His speech brought tears to the Mr. McCulloch accepted the honor and in his characteristic busieyes of many old soldiers present. nesslike way said there srei no time like the present for beginning Mr. Blanford was in one of his money. He therefore announced his own subscripbest moods; he had nothing harsh the work of raising tion to the camp ngn fund and in a tew miuutes had raised among to sav about the Democrats. Billy Cane nominated F. L.Cin those in the room 500, non, of McDaniels; his nomination McCulloch Delights O'Rear. was seconded by Henninger, who This put some enthusiasm into the meeting, and O'Rear, it is said, paid aglowino tribute to his worth as a man, and as a Rep- slapped McCulloch on the shoulder, sayiog he had never known beublican. fore what a good fellow he was, and added: "Go out and get it; don't Speech for Moorman confine yourself to the First and Second districts, but get it anyH. A. Oelze nominated C. W. Moorman. He said he had known And McCulloch heeding the admonition of his leader, has flooded Mr. Moorman intimately for the Western Kentucky with letters to storekeepers and gangers, post- ...... a j. . i. ii past twelve years and for all that l . masters, iuiui iuuir uaunis aim iicpuiuiemis generally, appealing time he knew he had been a loyal tor funds to elect O Rear and make Kentucky safe forTaft nextveai Republican. He said his candid ate was all right on the County TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Unit and could be depended upon to stand for that measure. Roscoe Lasley seconded the nomination of C. W. Moorman, Miss Lena Tucker Becomes In Session At Hardinsburg-Maxecom-mittee. and weighs almost as much as president Taft. His tremendously large head, with practically M hair u it, is a famous sight. One of James' most intimate friends is Representative Thomas Hetiin, of r Alabama, another of large frame, who boasts ot one of the heaviest crops of hair of any member of congress. A fewdavs ago Heflin approached James and told him that he had tost learned that a postorfice in Arkansas had beer, r.nmed after the Kentucky member. "Is that so?'' James replied. "Well, well, I am certainly yetting famous. Not long ago a friend of miue named a race horse afttr me, calling it 'ConHy the way, Hetiin, gressman James. what did they call this town in Arkansas?" "Bald Knob;" Heflin replied. isville Wholesale Baird Loser. District-Da- vid Son Heaviest PAPER COMPANY DAMAGED Of tha the crash of walls in the fire in Main street wholesale district tonight, two had not been rescued after mora than an hour's iinorisonment. They were given up for dead. The men were caught by an avalanche of brick that chased through three Moors of the Kentucky Wall company's store when the upper , Louisvi'le, Ky Sept the or more men caught il bv Fa-p- ar walls of David Haird - building fell. Sun's six story They were dampening the rear portions of the wall paper store to shitld OFFICERSJLECTED the stock fro-- possible Ignition. Tnree See were' speedily rescued. They say two or more men are still uader the Of Hawesville Chapter, Royal pile. Arch Masons- - -- Cloverport Members Guests At Delightful Banquet At their hall in th's city on Wednesday night Hawesville Chapter No. 67, Royal Arcli Masons, put on work in the Royal Arch degree and eiected officers for the entiling year, tne whole alTair being followed by a splendid banquet. The candidates tor initiation into the seventh mystery were ft. L. Sterrett, C. A. Lassmore and Dr. I. I). Cosby. All agree that it was an interesting journey. Clove port Chapter sent down a line representation, headed by . ... U. 1 , wnu iicsi ,,..1... uiI Lit, 11 vti,e, -- L. .. occupied the Kast in the initiation. Others from Cloverport were J. H. RanYounger, C. dall, Chas. Randall, J. W. Hamuian, C W. Moorman, J. W. I'ate and David l'helps. In company with t he in were also C. A. Tanner, of Winchester C hapter and J. V. Vance, of l'aducah Chapter. All came in Mr. I'ate's gasoline ooat, arriving at 7:15. Hawesville Chapter is growing very rapidly, and the following gentlemen were chosen Jotticera for the ensuing year: vmo. Bcntiey, High Priest; W. S. Thomas, King; T. I). Hale, leribe; 0. . Patterson, Treasurer; Frank Morris, Secretary, anil K. I, Temple. Sentinel. Hancock Clarion. The lire started in the building of liaird ,V Son, wholesale milliners. It soread rapidly. The loss on the building and stock is v"n,0((i Starts tucky Wall Paper company suffered a heavy loss. Ti ree men were killed by fdling wills They wore Virgil Ferguson, Richard and Richard Doyle, all members of the Sivage corps The demafs amounts to9SOO,flOO. The Hdrd store is the heaviest loser. Tne adjoining property owners also suffered. The Ken- Successful Entertainment Tne teachers of the Hamad public school gave ;in supper Saturday night at wluci tney took in ovfr i5,cleiring rmre th m 2o for library purposes Miss Cashman ni Mrs. Alexander are bemt-- congratulated upon t heir success. ice-cret- life-lon- g llih I - . i : i TO ENTERTAIN FOR MISS ANNE STERETT JARBOE The Misses Flank Will give a miscellaneous shower at their nome in St Rose Court near the "Kicking Post" next Wednesday afternoon tor Mlsa Anne Sterett J.irboe. Tne invitationa will be issued October the 4th. y Judge Ahl. Jesse Eskridge the nomination of Bride Of Mr. Alonzo M. d Elected Chairman-Mis- s Chairman Garner reminded the Gannaway- - Rev. Mr. More-fielconvention that the most serious Officiates. and complicated part of this convention was now at hand. He wanted a square deal. Nothing At the New Salem church neur Mook, else goes in the convention said lie at 7 o'clock this evening, Miss Lena with a rap of his gavel. Tucker will be married to Mr Alonzo Teller. were then named to M. Gannaway, the Rev. K. II. , county the vote -- Thos. II. Bates, of Caneyville, oihciating. Hardy Ball, Sam Henninger, Tid Mrs. Nannie E. Rhodes, sister of the McCoy, Jes.-- e Eskridge and Daily groom will be the matron of honor. Beard. Harmon Secretary. Hardinsburg, Sept. 2$ (Special) The C'uuty Teachers' Institute convened CONGSESSMAN SPEAK AT JOHNSON TO CAPITAL The chairman said: You who favor F. L. Cannon as the nominee of this convention stand up. VYith another swish of his gavel 88 stood up. Then he called on those favoving Moorman to stand. 51 stood for Moorman. The climax of the nrfwtriiigl was the vote for Ahl, when 8'i loyal soldiers and pMtJMMtM stood for Ahl. The chairman was not satisfied with the first count by the tellto stand ers. He called on th-They stood with the up again. same result. Ahl receiving majority of the whole vote cast was declared the The convention then nominee. adjourned. Monday with a goodly attendance. Prin. R. Y. Maxey was elected chairman and More-fieldMiss Mary Harmon, secretaiy. Supt. Ddskell appoiuted J. K. Meador, Missel Nell Cashman and Kasa Matthews 011 the Resolutions' Cuoiuii.tee. No inThe bride will be given away by her structor is employed, the teachers them-stive- s are busily wt work for a week's The atbrother, Guthrie K. Tucker. tendants are Miss Lillian Glasscock and impuivemeut. Mr. Will C. Moore. The bride is the amiable and popular Going To New Orleans daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kzra H. Tucker, of Mook and is a girl whose acO K. l'.ilmiter, a piano tuner of complishments will make this new home Leavenworth pulled his houseboat, Moevery thing the word home implies. zart into Clover Crack Saturday to The groom is the son ot Mr. and spend a few days. He and his wife art Mrs. Z. T. Gannaway, of McDaniels, taking a trip South to spend the winter. and is an energetic young farmer, of Mr. Palmiter playad the cornet at the the sort for which McDaniels has long Sunday services, at tha Mathodist been famous. church and large congregations enjoyThe happy young couple go at once ed tha music Sunday. Or. Simons to their home with the happiest wishes aud Miss Kvelyn May randerad beauof a Urge circle of friends. tifully a duet at the morning service COUNTY Progressive Young Farmer Of Breckenridge Wins A Meade County ding. Mrs. Emma Btown announces tha engagement of her daughter, Mabel Louise, to Virgil Knott Hardin, the marriage to take place at their horaa October 11th., at p. in. Meade 1 Hon. Uen Johnson, of Bardstown.will speak hare the first day of Circuit Court. A big crowi' wiU hear him, one of the clearest und most logical men on the stump iu this campaign Girl-Oct- ober Wed- Goes To ponference The Kav. Mr. Frank Lewis left yes terday morning to attend the annual meeting of tha Louisville Methodist Mr. Lewis has had a Conference. pleasant and prolitable year in Clover port, serving members of all on several occasion, and his many friends wish his return. damoni-nations County Messenger. The announcement does not come as a complete surprise t Mr. Hardin's wide circle of friends in his home county and he has been busy receiving congratulations. He is a progressive farmfamily. er aud member of a Mr. Hardin is the son of Mrs. Km ma well-know- n Stader's Case Postponed Hardin. We Do Neat Job Work Davis-Marsh- all. lii J. K. Davis, who waa shot in Louisville by 11. L. Stadtr, baa return-ai- l The marriage of Miss Maria Davis to to his home at Viua Crova. Stader's Mr John A. Marshall, took place Suncaaa was called in tha Police Court day afternoon at 6 o'clock in tha Bap Urban Duffiu, of Cauuelloa, was tbe Thursday at Louisville, waa list church at McOuady. Tha bride ia tbe daughter of Mr. Isaac Davis. guest ol Miaa E ta Weiaeuberg Sunday. u- - 4- - RESIGNATION OF WOMAN JUDGE GROSSGUP He Has Decided Many mum WRITES AN ESCAPES OPERATION WasCuredbyLydiaE.Pink ham's Vegetable Compound in , E, ENGLISH AVIATOR FLYING WANTED! WANTED! ARTICLE DESCRIBING Gases of Importance, Explains, Without Becoming Technical, What Makes Aeroplane Fly. GltAIIAME-WIIITE- He Tells What He Does While In the, Air and Why He Docs It. iuu came to Feed.... Cows, Heifers, Steers, Bulls BEARD BROS., NINETEEN YEARS ON BENCH, - nre fixed at tho rear edges of tho Ehvood, Intl. "Your remedies have nvlntor who has main planes nnd work up and down lrnvo only taken six and Hit Opinion Freed the Standard Oil of cured mo LydiaI E. Plnklinm's Vegeta- - CLAUDE on muny prizes In this on hinges. Their object Is to correct bottles of $29,000,000 Fine Which Judge Landlt country, tells how he files In nny loss of lnteral stability upon the uio Lompomui. i Imposed Had Been Much Criticised. Mr. machine; or, to put It moro simply, was sick threo nn article In the Independent. months mid could White explains what makes nn ncro-pian- o they counteract nny tddowny falling Reasons For Quitting Bench. not walk. J sufmovement when In flight. How they fly, describes tlylng without befered nil tho time. coming technical mid tells whnt ho act may thus bo described: When the rotor S. Grosscup of ClilcnRO, Judge Tho doctors said I docs lu tho air and why he docs it in aeroplane is struck down by a gust of tho United States circuit court, could not get well astonished both bench nnd bnr when without an opera- a way that any person not versed in of wind nnd tilts over on ono side tho tion, for I could ncronnutlcs will bo abl readily to pilot draws down the 'ailerons' on the bo issued n statement announcing that sldo of the machine which Is depresH-rd- . hardly stand tho comprehend. ho Intended to quit tho federal bench. Tho wind, nctlng upon tho 'ailerains in tnv sides. Taking, for cxnmple, a Fnrman binineJudgo Grosscup, who hns served especially my right plane, In which he frequently flics, rons,' pushes tho machine back again teen years and decided many Impoono, and down my Mr. White says In part: upon nn even keel. rtant cases nnd who was ono of the three right leg. 1 began "Suppose that wo nro watching tho Question of Flying. judges who prepared tho opinion which to feel better when I had taken only ncroplano moving along the ground relieved tho Standard Oil of tho fa- one bottle of Compound, but kept on prior to n flight. At tho renr of its "Xow comes the question of flying flno Imposed by ns I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs. two main planes Is mous ?29,000,COO the engine. This, such a machine. The pilot takes hl.s Mullex, 27i!3 2f. 11. St., Judgo Landls, announced that ho Sauik Ind. revolving nt a thousand revolutions a' seat on tho front edgo of the lower would send his resignation to PresiWhy will women tako chances with minute, carries round with it tho pro- mnln plane exnetly in Its center. To dent Tnft shortly, although afterward an operation or drag out a sickly, peller and so forces the machine along his left hand nro tho switches which existence, missing three-fourt- tho ground. The propeller of tho ncro- control tho engine. To Ills right hand d stating that ho would not quit under of the joy of living, when they plano is constructed very carefully Is n lever. Ho places his feet against Arc and would hold up bis resignation until charges In tho public prints were can find health in Lydia E. Finkham's from layers of special wood. It has a rod which moves to nnd fro upon a Vegetable Compound ? investigated. For thirty years it has been tho two blades. These, whirling round in central hinge. Mechanics stnrt the enThe reason given by Judgo Grosscup standard remedy for femalo ills, and the air, thrust tho neroplnno forward gine by swinging round the big profor his action Is that bo "wishes moro h;is cured thousands of women who In tho same way ns does the propeller peller. Then when the motor hns freedom, not only as an individual, but liavo been troubled with such ail- of a ship. started ho accelerates It by moving a ns a citizen," than bis position on tho ments as displacements, inflammation, switch until it is turning the propeller Weight Carrying Effect. bench nllows him In n period when so ulceration, nbroid tumors, irregulari ns its mnxlmum speed. many vital matters nro to bo settled, ties, periodic pains, backache, iudlges- - j "Tho weight carrying effect with "Until he Is qulto ready to start his tion, ana nervous prostration. an aeroplane is obtained from such "not through the courts of law, but If youlmvo tlio slightest doubt the two big main planes. These, set mechanics hold back tho aeroplane by through tho court of public opinion." gripping tho tall booms. After listenthat IiVdia E. Piukhnm's VegeWhile the announcement surprised table Compound will help you, one nbovo the other, nre kept npart by ing for n moment to the engine nnd supports, which are held rigid- mnklng the general public, It was not wholly write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, wooden certain that it is running well Your letter ly in their place by tension wires. Ono the airman unexpected by those who have kept in Mass., for advice. up his hand. absolutely confidential, of the first things that nn observer a slgnnl to holds mechanics to This is close touch with events of tho last few will be the release advice free. notes regarding the lifting planes of months. It Is stated, and apparently and tho hold upon tho machlno. When the machine is that they have a curve their do with nuthorlty, that following tho senthis the neroplnne stnrts off upon them. The front edge tilts down they sational articles In several publications aer?ss the ground, .running upon tho a little and toward tho rear of tho laying bare alleged scandalous conduct HALF BILLION TONS wheels. planes curve down slightly nlso. on the part of .ludgo Grosscup in OF COAL IS RECORD. "The pilot nllows It to gather speed "There is no dilllculty iu explaining years searching nnd rigid invesfor a few seconds; then ho draws back how the curve on n piano nets when tigation into nil his acts while on the the aeroplane is in flight. You must toward him the lever which ho is holdbench nnd prior to It has been under Production In Threo Grades In 1910 remember that the plane moves ing in his rlrtht hand. This has tho efway. While not bearing tho sanctLm Exceeded That Figure. through the nlr. when tho machlno is fect of tilting upwnrd a little the eleof tho government, it Is understood o In motion, nt a speed of more than vating plane which is sot out in front have been conducted by n former govFor the first time hi the history of forty miles nn hour. Tho nlr first of tho machine. Tho effect of this Is ernment employee. the United Stntes the coal mines in strikes tho dipping 'nose,' ns it is to raise upward tho whole machine. Whether Judge Grosscup's decision 1010 were credjted with nu output ex- called, of tho plane. Sejno of It im- The rush of nlr under the mnln planes to retire as soon ns possible has any ceeding half a billion short tons, the mediately rushes up under the curve intensifies their lift, nnd the wheels connection with an expected publicacombined production of anthracite, bi- on the lower side of the plane nnd of tho machine leave the ground, nnd tion of any report of tho Investigators, tuminous and lignite having nmounted sweeps uwny iu u curving stream to- It begins to soar upward. Tho pilot is n question which has been raised. ward the rear edge of the surface. Tho still holds tho elevating plane nt n Judge Grosscup denied that criticism to o01,57fl,S9o short tons, with a spot effect is that of gripping the air when slight upward angle until tho aeroplane value of $029,019,7-15- . of certain of his decisions lind bad has 'climbed' sufficiently high. Then This output, according to Edward It passes under the plane. anything to do with bis resignation, "What happens may bo better un- he brings it gently back to a level poW. Parker, coal statistician of the lie said that such criticism, If It had derstood, perhaps. If I say that the sition again, nnd the machlno flies any effect, would only defer his retire- United Stntes geological survey, was nlr Ij thrust down by tho curve of straight ahead. attained in Kpite of the fnct that most ment, lie felt, ho declared, that the "When gusts of wind assail the maKnn-sathe plane. This action allows the absence of ndvere comment recently of the mines In Illinois, Missouri, were plane to derive nn appreciable lift out chine nnd It tilts" to ono sldo or the Arkansas nnd Oklahoma bad placed him In a good position to of the air which it displaces. The air other ho corrects this by sldowny movenccept tho opportunity offered to quit closed nearly six months by a strike. Tho heaviest tonnage mined In any that passes over the top side of tho ments of the same lover which contho bench. year previous to 1910 was in 1007, piano Is mndo to do useful work also. trols the elevating plane. A Lifelong Republican. when 4S0,SiS3,421 short tons were pro- Its tendency Is to move straight back Making a Turn In the Air. Judge Grosscup has been a lifelong duced. from the front edge of the plane. It "When tho time comes to mako a Republican and owes Ills appointdownward curve "Compared with 1009." said Mr. does not follow the ment to a 1'epubHcnn president Parker, "the output In 1010 showed an toward the rear edge of the plane. turn in tho air tho pilot moves the rod Few Judges have been moro severely Increase of 40,702,279 short tons. Thus ns the nlr passes straight nway against which his feet nro resting nnd criticised than Judgo Grosscup; few "Prices generally wore a little high a partial vacuum U created along the swings the rudder over either to the have been licensed of more things not er In 1910 than In 1909, the average dipping down edge of the plane, and right or left. In this way tho machine exactly In keeping with the popular for Pennsylvania anthracite being this exercises a distinct upward pull. is flown. When a descent is necessary idea of judicial conduct nnd procedure. $2.13 per long ton against $2.0(5 hi ' Therefore the piano Is pushed from the air man points" his machine earthSeveral attempts have been mado to 1009, and the average for bituminous below and pulled from nbove. ward by tilting dcfwnwnrd the elevnt-In- g force him to resign; even impeachment plane. Then ns tho mnchlne comes coal, was $1.12 per short ton in 1910 "By the adoption of this curved plane proceedings have been threatened. lie against $1.07 In 1009. tho builder of aeroplanes know that gliding toward the ground lie usually lias been charged time and again di"Except for the states affected by If they employ n machine with a cer- stops his engine nnd makes whnt is rectly with not keeping the ermine of the strike order the Increase In produc- In this case tain number of square feet of surface known as a 'volplane.' his Judicial olllco spotlessly clean. tion was general among tho more im- nnd thrust it through the air nt n cer- the machlno glides downward with Its One of the principal charges by ene- portant coal producing states. The tain speed they will be able to lift own momer'um. Just before he touchmies of Judge Grosscup has been that output of anthracite In Pennsylvania es the earth the pilot draws back his into tho nlr a certain weight. be Is a tool of the big corporations. I Increased from SI, 070,3."!) short tons, elevating plane a little and brings the Balance and Control. In support of these charges are cited , valued nt $1 W.lSl.r.ST. to SMSTjATS aeroplane upon an even keel so thnt bis reversal of Judgo I.andlx' Standard short tons, valued "The question of balance nnd control Its wheels touch quite lightly. at $H'O.27.".302. Oil decision, the ninety-nlnyear case, I "The bituminous production, includ- enters largely Into the flying problem. "This description may perhaps mako the teachers' tax ease and others. lie ing Fomlanthraclte, seniibltuminnus, Therefore you fin I set out upon wood Hying appear very easy. So It Is. as read the opinion when the court of ap- ' caniiel, splint nnd subbltumlnous en booms at the rear of the biplane a n matter of fact, when the weather peals reversed the action of Judge coals, lignite and a small quantity of tall composed of two small planes conditions nre favorable. Many men Landls in the Standard Oil case. anthracite from Colorado and New placed one above the other. These learn to pilot nn neroplnne after only When application was made to the Mexico, Increased from 37i).744,2."7 two planes tend to balance the ncrotwo or three hhort icssxms. In some federal court to close the World's Coshort tons, valued nt $10.",4SG,777, to plano when iu lllght in the same way cases. Indeed, It bus been found easier lumbian exposition on Sundays in 1803 417,091,on9 as does tho tail of n bird. Then one to fly an aeroplane than to learn to 4 short tons, valued at Judge Grosscup dissented, nnd ruled comes to tho point ns to how' the ncroIII. drive n motorcar. that the exposition should bo kept open "But a very great deal of skill Is re "The increase of 40.702,279 short plano is to uo mado to rise or fall, turn ever' day In the week. tons In 1910 over 1909 wns equal to 20 from sidu to side or balance itself quired to pilot a mnchlne wheu tho It was he who Issued tho injunction per cent more than the entire output when it shows a tendency to tip sidewind is gusty, Then the nero swings against Eugene V. Debs nnd other of- of tho United and rolls about iu the nlr, sometimes States in 1S70 and moro ways In tho air. ficers of the American Hallway union "Midway between the two small tall Iu a very alarming way. Incessant during tho railway strike of 1801 In than half the total output In 1SS0. to keep It "Tho largest Increases in production planes ono finds a vertical piano which wntchfulncss is Chicago restraining tho labor men In 1910 were In tho states that benefitresembles the rudder of a ship. This upon an even keel, and none but exfrom committing acts of violence, and ed from plane, Mississipfnct, nets for the aeroplane perienced filers care to ascend unless it was ho again who later called upon pi vnlloy. the Idleness in tho coal mlne3 ns doesin rudder of n vessel. Tho bituminous the weather conditions nre good. tho President Cleveland to send federal of Pennsylvania showed tho largest "Now comes the question of tuaklug "Another contingency which calls troops to Chicago to preserve order. Increase, 12,551,735 short tons. West the aeroplane rise or full. To do this for skill Is when tho engine sometimes Virginia was second, with nn Increase oiui.rtiuls set out In front of the main stops nccidcntnlly in tho air. MURDERS CONDEMNED "Perhaps when his motor falls him MAN. of 0,821,700 short tons; Ohio third, planes, on wooden outriggers, u small 0,270,027 tons; Kentucky fourth. 3,025.-03- 5 horizontal plane, which can bo moved tho pilot is flying swiftly ncross counOppenheimer, Facing Gallows, Kills tons; Indiana fifth. 3,555,550 tons, up or down nt tho will of tho pilot. try. In such n enso ho has to descend N ery Convict Also About to Die. nnd Alnbnma sixth. 2.3SS.520 tons." often this front elevating piano In a 'volplano' and pick out n suitable Jako Oppenheimer, under sentence of Is coupled up with a smaller one, landing spot ns ho comes gliding down Farmers, mrch.in'.cs, railroader?, death for murder, killed Francisco which is fixed at the rear of tho tail to earth. To keep ono's head nt such Quijndn, nlso condemned to die, with rely on Dr. Tuunus Ivlectic Oil. plane so ns to exercise a greater lifting a moment and mnke n safo descent an iron liar In tho corridor of tho pris- Tttkes the si lug out of cuts, burns or Influence. means tho cxerclso of n great deal of on nt Folsom. Oil. Vlio killing was tho bruises at once. Plu cannot felty where "Tho ouly other controlling device is skill, and this only comes by experl result of bad blood that had existed it is used. represented by tho 'ailerons.' Theso enco." between tho two men for soveral Q.... .,....................Q o o o Quljadn wrenched tho bur months. Beautiful Cantata. DEAD AT THE AGE OF 108. MEAT AND VEGETABLE TEST. .from a prison bucket. Hoth men recently attempted to break Jail, and both wcro sentenced to The younu' people of CloVerport, Walk Across Country to Decldo Value Mrs. Plummer of the Indian Tribe of Seneca Passes Away. hang under n new law which makes it who are talented musically, are preFor Physical Endurance. Mrs. Snla Flummcr. 10S years old To discover the relative vuluea of a n capital oCTenso for n life convict to paring the Cantata "Saul" to be rennnd the oldest member ivf the Seneca attempt to break Jail. Oppenheimer dered soon. Mr. A. H Murray is direc- moat and u vegetable diet for physical Indian nation, Is dead at her home In lias killed two men and figured in sovenduranco Jesse Buffuin, twenty-fiv- e diliJlmmerstown. N. V. She wns born at eral nttompted Jail deliveries. Ho has tor and the binjrers are working gently. They are: Misses Margaret years old, nnd his brother, Wnrren, Irving, on the nttnrmigus reservation been tho most unruly prisoner in tho twenty-three- , aro walking from Burn. Kay Heyser, Kdith Plank, Mil- who is but lived the greater part of her lour history of Folsom. wanted to add another scalp dred Babbage, Susette Sawyer, Cleona Boston to California. Tho elder eats llfo on the Allegany reservation. She "I Just to my bolt," is tho only explanation ho Weaiherholt, Aliene Hardaway, Ella meat, while the younger lives on vege- had n flue memoiy nnd retained her makes. Smith and Mrs. Proctor Keith Messrs tables. Both liavo to sleep on the roof faculties to the Inst. She groiitly en Only u fow days before tho murder John Burn, Proctor Keith, Lawrence when they stay at hotels. Each takes Joyed pleasing vin'tors- by recountlnr events that h'ic retreuibered of thr QulJuda informed Warden Hcllly that nnd Harold Murray, Ira Behen, Dr. Uis turn nt pushing n wheelbarrow war of 1812. nt ivji'ch time she wiim n ho would raeet his fato on tho gallows Simons, Paul LewU, Dr. Hilary Boone o'dlug tbelr luggage. The test is being made under the di- child of nine or ten years of age. gladly if Oppenheimer were hanged and M. M. Denton. Mrs. Plummer's sight wns so per rection of Dr. Dudley A. Sargent, physflret "If they hang him first," ho said. ical director of Harvard university. All feet thut she could read even up to the "I will willingly put the nooso around Now. expenses nro paid by the university. time of her death without glassed. my own neck." Hardinsburg, Ky. BOARS AND BUCKS 15 IHffl Poland Chinn Boars, .$12.00 each; 5 Hampshire Bucks $12.00 each; nlso Polled Durlmms and Gilts, all ntres. & SON, :: :: W. R. MOORMAN Glen Dean, Ky. d, !3ir3X-.5- 1 13273?! ISflTSTi ssiS.asiS&sif7gts's?ss;s juvuKk.LuKeii54aaaiiMau ,half-heartc- hs Building Material Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. for-mer- West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky s, PICK OUT THE MAN! He carries himself with 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 is something for the rainy day. More than likely he banked with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburp, Ky., because it is a strong reliable bank and otfers superior advantages and facilities. MATTHIAS AllLLER, President W. K. BARNES. Vice President J. 2. DIRECTORS D. SHAW. Cashier C. IIENDRICK, Asst. Cashier Allen R. Kincheloe, Alvin N. Skillman, J. W. Guthrie, Huston Alexander A, C. Glasscock J. V. Teaff Dr. Win. L. Alilner THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. u I I $409,-2.71.- KUKAL IfcJLfcrtlUrMliSi 1 !k ft VI' 1 ry Mr. 1 armor, are you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and haye him explain tho special "Far- ninrs Linn" vnto. CUMBERLAND 4 I T& A TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY ?3 2?;Sv3H733?SH3??afr;S3e H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . ......... OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription 1o f HZr From now until after the November Election. Subscribe Right The Breckenridge News, :: Cloverport, Ky. r STATE CONVENTION Kentucky Sunday School Association, Louisville, October 19-22, A Unique Letter. A SIMP LEJUESTION. r, 1911. Plans arc being made to have the Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, the largest and greatest ever held in the state. The music will be in charge of Prof E, 0, Excill, of Chicago, the famous choir leader and musical author, he will be assisted by Mr. A. W. Ropor as pianist. Those two had charge of the music at the World's Sunday School Convention In Washington last year and at the International Sunday School Convention in San Francisco last June. There are none better In the world, and Kentucky is to be congratulated upon getting such musical attraction for its convention. Forty-sixth - "A Digestion And Assimilation. It is not ttie quantity of food taken but the amount digested and ntsimllat-cthat gives strength and vitality to the system. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions naturally. For sale by all denlets. d Rev. Scott And Wife Are Showered. " V If there is a single retailer anywhere in the country who does not use his local newspaper liberally and intelligently he is making the greatest mistake of his business career, for the local will furnish the demand newspaper Diarrhoea is always more or less prewhich will sell his goods. valent during September. He prepared Ufing the local newspaper does rot for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and consist in running standfng advertiseDiarrhoea Remedy is prompt and effect ments, but it does consist in supplying nal. It can always be depended upon editor with the best copy that can and is pleasant to take. For kale by all theprocured, in liberal quantity and a be dealers. gift. change of copy for every issue. Tbe man who does not change his copy Presentation speeches were made Think It Over. hurts himself and hurts the paper. His E. byMr. J. K. Ferguson, Prof. trade wants a new message, and the E. Wiles.Prof.Pickrell and others. Yhen the world is dark and dreary man who puts up his new message in Dr. Scott, who with his wife, was , And the skies are dull and gray, the most attractive manner is the man taken completely by surprise, re- While the sun so bright and cheery wha gets the business. Wesley A. Hides self away. covered sufficiently to respond Don't behis happy bv worry's fether Stanger held up with a few words of happy appreJust remember ere you sigh, Ah usually treated, a sprained ankle ciation. If you had no rainy weather will disable a man for three or four exceedingly dry! The guests in addition to It would be wetks, but by applying Chamberlain' Liniment freely us toon as the injury is showering tho pastor and his wife So it is with light and laughter receiver, and observing the diieciions with household accessories, also In the hurried lives of men, with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale by all carao provided with good things For the tears that follow after deale'rs. Fill the streams of joy again. for a feast and refreshments, ices, Till, with new born vigor springing, etc., wore enjoyed informally durNew York The They shall have a bounteous flow, ing tho latter portion of the, even- For a man shall know them, Singing, Jumping Off Place. Fairer for the passing woe. ing. Says the Evansvillo Courier of a recent date: Rev. D. W. Scott, pastor of the First Christian church, and Mrs. Scott, who recently took up their residence in their now home in the Do Bruler Flats at the corner of Second and Cherry, were happily taken by surprise Tuesday even or more of ing when seventy-hv- e the members of tho First Christian g congregation gave them a shower. and household The visitors came laden with mysterious packages, which when opened displayed every article necessary for the complete equipment of a home, varying from tho kitchen clock and a sack of Hour with all tho kitchen and culinary accessories, to parlor and dining room furniture, cut glass and llowers, each one coming with a house-warmin- Mr. Jerry Tilford, conductor on , branch sent the following clipping to tho News last week: A few days ago wnen coming down from Chicago on tho Chicago & Eastorn Illinois, I met up with tho claim agent of a Western lino, who showed mo tho copy of a letter his company received from Ho one of their rural friends. is almost a samplo told mo that it of many they rccoivo from way out on tho line. Tho letter says: "Dear Sir Did youro injinecr tell you ho has killed too couso to mo ho sad ho would tel you and tho konducktcr to thay ktled them kiled them tonito us thoy cam acros the rodo at my plaia wharo I got a crosfn and when I put my crosin in you sad you was puttin up a fenso on echo side of tho rode that wud keap critters from gettin kiled you put up a hel of a fenso too cafs broak it to kindelin wood a our after yuro men went down tho rodo yuro injinear out to bo fired ho knos tharo is a graid tharo and ho comes down tharo hel bent every nito the couso ho killed wusyerclin hellers brand bar J. bar, swallow fork on the ear and left car under-hacke- d I want tho money for the cfluse and if youro injinear kils anuthar ono of my cousc I will see that your injinear is not a hour geting to hel after tho couse you have kiled more stock for me than yuro dam rode is wurth and you wont pay for itt wo got along the rail rodes came and a dan. site betir than we do now my critters is al I have on urth to live on and if yuro injinear can kil ono every time ho gets drunk all I say is this unided stats has gon to tho devil tho couso will bo 95 dollors hoping you are well. " tho L. 11. & St. L. R. R in he-four Cloverport People Are Requested To Honestly Answer This. Is ml the word of ii representative citizen of Cloverport more convincing than the doiibtlul utterances of people living everjwhete else in the Union? Kend Free Railroad Trips I I'rice Graham, Railroad Si , Cloverport, Ky , snys: '"I can recommend Dohii's Kidney Pills ns a remedy that lives up to representations. I'or four ears I suffered from disordered kidneys and tbe kidney secretions were too frequent in passage, obliging me to arise several times during tbe night, When ever I caught cold, it was sum to settle in mv kidneys and greatly aggravate my trouble. My back ached severely and when I stooped, I was stized by sharp twinges through my loins. The ache in my back Kt night greatly disturbed my rest and in tbe morning I n. rose feeling lame and sore. I was veiy nervous, tbe slightest wor.c tired me and I often felt dull and languid, Donn's Kidney Fills, procured at Fisher's Diug Store, relieved me in a short time and it required the contents of but lour box-- e to effect a complete cure, I can state that thin cure haa proven to be a permanent one and it therefore gives me pleasure to recommend Donn's Kidney Pills to other persons afflicted in a sim- tbi: o Louisville the place to buy your Fall Merchandise to advantage I, the Metropolis of the South Beginning September and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: URCHASE a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales sales checks, which are iriven vou with enrh nnr. 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. P ilar rummer.'' For snle by all dealers States. take Remember no I'rice 50 Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United other. the name Doan's and 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 Louisville Kentucky INCORPORATED paper liberally is paying for it just the same. He may not think bo, but he is. The local paper is the backbone of good government. It is the most potent force in molding public opinion, and to the credit of local editors, be it saitl, that as a class the local newspaper is the most incorruptible institution of the present day. Wants New Message. v: Fourth Ave a'hundred yard dash. New York is all right for a few days, if one has money to burn up (and New Yorkers know how to burn it) but as a place of residence it is a snare and de lusion Frankfort looked small when we landed from the traiu but there were familiar faces to be seen on all sides and it was home. FARMERS' FUNDS nre safest in thn strong bunk. It's rUky in town or country, to keep surplus funds lyinx around, particularly in tho country, whore it is dangerous oven to cany money in the pocket. The farmer can deposit U money here in absolute safety, yet with one of our check books in the house, can u.o it almost as ficely as actual cn&h, saving time and expense in remitting to distant points, and avoiding risk. Come in and talk it over the next time you're in town. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. I Kitulty AntlmM. Motions, I'laintiir, N Antliu M. Roberts Heirs, By virtureof a Judgement AK.'ilnst I Mrs. Scott is tho sister of Mrs. Of completeness that is best: Joel Pile, of Ilardinsburg, and is Joy and sorrow, pain and pleasure, Mirth and woe and all the re!t, in Cloverport. well-know- n For bowel complaints in children al ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil. It is certain to effect a cure ami when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to take. No physician can prescribe a better remedy. For tale by all dealers. Kentucky's Dog Crop. Tho dog crop of Kentucky remains on tho average. There wore 143,088 dogs reported to State Auditor James in'iDll. This report means that after all tho sheep that have been killed or died for want of being killed are paid for thero remains about .$50,000 to go into the public school fund. "' Best Ever. The Democrats never had a, bettor How ticket or a stronger platform. can any man who has the interest of his party at heart fail to support every man on it. Glasgow Times. ' i Don't think that piles can't be cured. Thousands oi obstinate cases have been cnreU by Doau's Ointment. 50 cents at any drug store. Cleaning Up Cloverport. The streets of Cloverport are being cleaned up from one end of the town The "City Dads" are dMrtalnly to be thanked for this splendid STstep of civil improvement. to the other. The editor of The Frankfort on his return home from the largest Araer.can city, writes: 'After having spent two weeks in For 'tis chance that tells us whether New York we understand why residents We have lived before we die; of that city commit suicide in order to And without some rainy weather escape. Talk to us about the joys of It would be exceedingly dry! None of Frankfort News. New York and its greatness. it for the editor of this paper. Frankfort is 'he best place and it would take Hunting Season a great deal of cash to persuade us to Closed Saturday. move to the famed metropolis of this country. Nobody knows anybody in New The hunting season on all sorts of York, if we could judge by what is seen game, including rabbits acd squirrels, on the streets. Nobody that we saw closed Saturday, until the quail season All rushed spoke to anybody. begins on November 15. A few years ever in passed a law pro- along the streets and seemed to be ago the Legislature During the the same fix as we were. hibiting hunting of any kind during the weeks out of all those thousands of two months immediately preceding the two people we passed not a familiar face open season for quail This was done was seen. We did not tee a single man, because many people would go hunting or child we had ever seen before under the pretext of killing rabbits, woman squirrels, etc., and would also kill quail or ever expected to see again. Furth before the law was out. In order to er than that only once, except in the stop this, the law was passed and is residence district, did we see two pernow regarded as prima facie evidence sons stop and address each other. The crowd seemed to be composed of men of guilt to be caught in the field with dog and gun during these two months and women who were all strangers to everybody. Leitchfield Gazette. Onedreat Rush. The Retailer--s Best New York rushes from habit. Every Friend-SometiUnknown. body goes ut top speed even when not in a hurry, just from habit. But a fight will draw thousands and the most trivi (The Inland Printer.) al thing will check the crowd in its rush The local newspaper U the best friend and they will waste an hour looking at that a retailer can hope to have. It is an unusual object. For instance the the means by which he is enabled to other day a kite was to be seen flying carry his business messages right into high over the city. Thousands of per the very heart ot the homes, where they sons stopped in their mad dash and will be read and listened to by every stood for many minutes watching that member of the household, kite and speculating on whether or not The local newspaper stands by the it was an aeroplane. It is all mad local merchant through thick and thin. with everybody on the run, usur Like the it works when it ally. On a ferry boat everybody gets paid and when it doesn't. The crowds to the exits and the instant the merchant who does not use his local chain is dropped they pile off like it was News-Journal mes con-fusio- Let our life attain ths measure trade-pape- and Order FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. of bale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof, J. C. PAYNE, Cashier 1UU, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer door in lor sale at the Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at and uninclosed lands of the Bewleyville Petition For Stock Law. Public Auction, on Monday the 9th day Magisterial UNtrict, No. I " of October, 1911, at one o'clock P. M, And the officers of the regular Nov(being Circuit Court day), Win. Hall & Others or thereabout ember election lgll, are hereby directTwelve months, Oi petition for Stock Law hlreukpiirldcc upon a credit Six and ed to open a poll at each and all voting (County the following described property, toprecincts if be It appearing to the Court, after hav- said Districttheresaid more than one in wn: Three Certain tracts of land, purpose as aforeing been sufficiently advised, that Wm. said htrein. for delying in Breckenridge County, Ky., scribed as follows: On the waters of Hall and others on petition for a stock L. L. Waggoner, Tar Fork of Clover Creek and describ- law, being in number more than twenty Judge Breckenridge County Court. ed viz: 1st tract beginning at a White having signed the petition, and being A Copy Attest: oak supposed to be Vm. Powers corner each and all over the age of 21 years, II. M. Beard, ana running thence with his line N. 75 and legal and qualified voters in MagisClerk Breckenridge County Court. E. 03 poles to a stone with point rs in terial District No. 4, of Breckenridge said line, thence S 14 E. 28 poles to a County, Ky., known as Bewleyville "I have a world of confidence in small Mulberry in Hawkins lin?, thence Magisterial District, and said petition with his line V -- S poles to a hickory having been presented to the county Chamberlain'), Cough Remedy for I have and Dogwood; thence with another of court ot saiu county at its regular term used it with peilect tuccess," write Hawkins lineb S. 105 poles to a large in August, I9II, praying and asking for M I. Hasford, Pooltsville. Md. I'or white oak in Robert Easton's line, a vote to take the sense of the legal and Mrs. thence with his line S. 65 W. poles to a qualified voters in said Magisterial Dis- sale by all dealers large white oak, near a drain, thence a trict No I, of said county of Breckenridge, known as Bewleyville Magisterstraight line to the beginning..contain-ing3of acres; and another tract near ial District, upon the question ' SALE the foregoing, lying on the waters of whether or not cattle generally shall COMMISSIONERS Caney Creek, bounded viz: Beginning run at large in said Magisterial District; the petitioners at a hickory in Samuel Rice's line and it beingto the desire ofrunning prohibit the at large Breckenridge running N. 73 E. S3 poles to a white herein Circuit Court, Kentucky oak, thence N. 9O poles to n red oak of all cattle generally and not only cerH. M. Oelze, Plaintiff and two hickories on a barren hill side; tain species thereof. Kqu ity No. vs. The said petition having been prethence W. 2'i poles to two white oaks on M41 in open court at said August Mary B Oelze &c .Def'i J a ridge; thence S. 05 N. 26 poles to a sented Bv Vlrture nf a illllrrnrnont nnrl irArwhite oak near a small drain thence S. term 1911, the same is now ordered 16 E. 22 poles to a gum, Samuel Rice's lied of record, and the said petition of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, corner then S. 5. E. 70 poles to the having been duly filed more than 60 icuucicu at .uay term tnereot, iyu, beginn'ng, Containing 50 ncres, also days prior to the next regular Novem- in the above cause, for the sum of six that portion of the Rice tract which ber election to be held in November hundred dollars, (fOOO 00,)with interest lies on the east side of the Cloverport lull, at which County and State officers at the rate of 6 per cent Der annum & Bowling Green Road, supposed to may be voted for; and the petitioners from the2i dav of Jnnnarv intinntri contain about 12 acres, being a corner having deposited with00 the County paid, and all costs herein. I shall dollars the to offer for sale at the of said tract detached from the re- Court the sum of 37 mainder by said Road, The foregoing amount required of them by the court door in Hardinsburg. to the highest to hold sulci election for the expense cf bidder, at Pnhlie Anr.llnn nn MnnHnu 3 tracts' of land being the Fame deeded same in said district upon said question the 9th day of October, 1H11, at one o'- to Antha Roberts, by Cincinnati It is now ordered bj the court that ciock, p m , or thereabout (being CirCompany. bo The purchaser, with approved surety said election day held on the next regu- cuit Court day,) upon a credit six and in November, 1011, in twelve months, the following described or securities, must execute bond, bear- lar election A certain house and ing legal interest from the day of sale Magisterial District No. 4, of Brecken- property County, Ky until paid and having tho force and ridgeMagisterial , known as Bewley- lui.siiuuieu, lying anil being in Clover- District of said county DOrt. Kv. . rnnnl effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to ville lit. n.,,1 secure payment of purchase money. and a poll or polls be opened and ballots Uated on Second Kttpot In caul printed for each poll, if there be more fronting Second street, 100 feet and Bidders will be prepared to comply than one, for the purpose of taking the luiimug dbck to an promptly with these terms ana being sense of the legal voters in said district the same property iu alley, Mary B. Lee Walls. Commissioner. which upon said question of whether or not Oelze resides. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. cuttle generally shall run at large in IhO lllri'h:iSfr UHh nnnrnuorl enrnf.r said district; thut said election end or securities, must execute bond, bear- notice a mr Louisville Evening Post order bethererecf and the copy of this mi; it tai iiimrcst irom mo uay oi saie published in Breckenridge Until Daid. nnd hnvini' thn intra anH and Breckenridge News Jill one year 3,50 News, a newspaper published in Breckr effect of a judgment. Lein retaiued to vyj enridge County Ky., giving notice of sequin payment purcnase money. said election, and that same be publish- uiuuers win oe 01 prepared comply ed in 0 separate issues of said paper and OrOmntlv With thl&f tirmi to Annrnv. Enlarge Residence. for more than 33 days prior to said elec- imated debt, interest and cost faia.50. tion. uce wans, commissioner; uarrlo The County Court Clerk is hereby Walls, Deputv. Mrs. Sallle Moorman and son, Mr, ordered and directed to have the balFrank Moorman, and daughter. Miss lots for the various precincts in said Kathnne Moorman have moved ino Magisterial District No 1, of Brecken"Generally debilitated for years. Had their home In River Street on the East ridge County properly prepared and siclt headaches, lacked ambition, was the Side. Mrs. Moorman has added two the question printed upon "Aresaid bal- worn-ou- t and all Burdock lots as follows, you in rooms to the residence and made other favor of making it unlawful for cattle Blood Bitters made me n well woman." nice improvements. to run at large on the public highways Mrs. Chin. Freitoy, Moosup, Conu. Court-House :: , 1 4 - pro-cot- d court-hous- e Coop-erag- o to-wi- t: rr lt. $3 u to-wi- t; ruti-dow- u. THE BRECkENRIuGE NEWS, JNO. D. BARBAGL ed t.ITTI.K HTOKIFS WKITIKN Notice to Correspondents von t.. ALW AYS SKiN Y(KT NAMK Wc aaajBOl nfford to publish mattei unlcfii- - Wfi In sour Correspondents plos.ee mail your aro nssnrerl of its authority. items on Saturday night ho tlioy will bo in the Now- - office by Ajrain wo letter-- SON: PUBLISHING CO. Kverv Wednesday While The Press Thunders KY . I.OI IMF. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT. KY - Mr. WEDNESrAY. SEPT 27. 1911 Subscription Tret- fl.Oo a vear in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS lit cent" per line, ard 5 rents f r each additional insertion. CARPS OF THANKS over five line charged for at the rat of 10 cent- In er line. for at the rate of I cents per line, If it in leading merchants, has returned home from Louisville where he spmt several days. This is Mr. Nolte' first stay away from his store for longer than ten Everybody over hours in four years. even to Joe- - has had recreation there Louisville and a trip, but Mr. Nolte. is his birth place. He lived there until he was seventeen years of tge when he left for Cannelton. then came to Clo in the city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Witt. He said Louisville has in 1HS2. Mr. Nolte made his Julius Nolle, one of Cloverport OnTUARin cfaffli money verport grown remarkably in the last four ooo years and he thinks she is a splendid Marion Clay Roff drove a nail with a city a metropolis of which Kentucky hammer (not a hair brush) in the floor should be proud. He took in the shows, down at the Cloverport Hotel The the moving pictures and a good play at little fellow comes by his talent honestMacanley's theater, with his daughter, ly, because his father has a hobby for Miss Eloist. tools. Mr Roff has a fine tool chest According to the CCOnMl published. Judge O'Kcitr dosed his The city reservoir and its prk was and has everything from a monkey the place that pleased him mcJst. When wrench to a saw. cantpuijrn in the Ninth congressional district by saying: he was a small boy he used to go up to propose to make it impossible for Kentucky to be dominated the reservoir in a street car pulled by by political machine. mules, now the electric line goes there The lady teacher of the Cloverport three times as quickly or perhaps soon colored school requires each pupil to promise to make corruption obsolete. er. Mr. iNolte thinks he will never bring his own drinking cup a sanitary "X" propose to reform the pri-ori- s. public school again stay away from the city quite so idea which is being adopted by many T" propOM to enlarge and make more useful the lone.. He enjoyed the sights, the stores, progressive schools. system. the people and the getting away from basis. "X" propose to put the judiciary on a busines cares at home. ooo The ruby tones are the newest shades propose to enlarge the power of the people by destioyingthe Most people think that the traveling this fall. The hats of these colors are infamou- - lobby. of a job, but the smartest creations any woman propo-- to clean the politics of Kentucky a:ul make the state man has the easiest sort if you notice tne men who are making could ever imagine. advance. Examine the label on your paper. notify M, headquarters not correct pleane good on the road, are constantly on the grind. A few days back, Mr. Fred Bright, of Irvington, who travels for the Odd Fellows Grocery Company, of Louisville, was in the Cloverport station writing as fast an lightning. Another salesman said to him, "Glad somebody's got some orders?" Mr. Bright looked up from his order blanks which he had on his traveling case and told the man he had a lot more to write down. He kept on working until the train pulled in the station, while the other fellow walked up and down the platform. Monday morning. i g3orrS1(c J. D hoc SEA TON 5i . Manageri 101 snd W. N. HEAD. o THE CLOVERPORT Cloverport, Ky. Is in TIE AND LUMBER COMPANY the market for tfI9f 1 Railroad Ties and all kinds of "I" "I'' Logs 0 & Cloverport Lumber Lumber Company D( 7 . Write us for further information non-partisa- n 'T' The Cloverport Tie and more peaceful, prosperous and happy. 'The man who accomplishes tlie-- e things will be a public benefactor to his people, I ba?e Dot appealed to party feeling, but I appeal to you a KentnckiajM, who have the welfare of the state at beari m well MS myself. "What has been accomplished in the way ol reform in other state- - can be accomplished in Kentucky, and I believe that the time What's the matter with has tome for it to lie accomplished. i What ilitlerence does it make who i president, if the infamous lobby mles in Kentucky, but it will not always rule, and with of the good people of the state. I feel that a brighter the ide.i is at hand. Ken-tuck 'I'" e Kentucky and Mattie Mobley, both of Garfield; Arthur Hagan, of Constantine, Cora Lee Haynes, of Garfield. Lorrenzia Dowel I, of Sample, was fainting and varnishing done at the the guest of W. B. Argabright Sunday. depot last week, gives a spick and span Kalph Bowers is visiting friends in appearance to things at the railroad Indiana this week. headquarters. Herman Lancaster has been visiting Cleveland Brock returned last week friends in Hawesville from a visit to Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Carter, of Clifton C. H. Scherllins, of Lexington, is Mills, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. here in connection with his work on the the last month, and day. returned home Satur- le3QE51lt ;i ibsssi IOC rssi ass; isesi is3ti rB 00.50 j CLOVEPORT A modest youth, this judge of the court of appeals! We wonder if to make corruption obsolete. ' would mind telling exactly how 'T" am going to do this. Bank, also Lee Walls house. "I" propose to make it impossible for Kentucky to be dominated Lee Walls is making extensive im by political machines. " When did "I" get such power: when, in provements on his dwelling on Louisfact, did "I" di eloj e such an aversion to a political machine I ville street. denominated Senator Bradley the "greatest living Kentuck-ian- . Miss Haliie Brown entertained the upon whose title there is no thin." Hut "I" know that Senator Baptist Choir Social Friday night. Bradle) was elected senator as the result of the work of a corrupt irs. Emma S. Mattingly. of Glen lean, has brought suit against Dunk lobby In the platform adopted by the convention when Judge O'Rear Powell for 13,000 damages for disturbdominated there is a plunk denouncing the lobby for influencing legis- ances near her home. It vou want to save money in buying lation, but not a word denouncing the lobby for controlling the eleclewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old tion of as tors. reliable jeweler. J udge O'Rear proposes to put the judiciary on a Cnrrie Miller, through her attorneys, basiw." He, a judge of the court of appeals, who threw the weight Mercer & Mercer, has brought suit of his influence to encourage night tiding, now an active candidate ayainst the L. EL & St. L- R. R. for for governor, drawing from the state a salary for duties w hich he 15,000 damages, alleging that, through the carelessness of the company's doe- - not perforin, proposes to put the judiciary on a agents, she was struck by a train, knockbasi-- ! Would it not be well for him to set an example of the pered unconscious and was permanently formance of duty that would increase the respect for the judiciary injured at Maceo.Ky.,on September 10, instead of in example that brings the judiciary into popular contempt 1911. before be make- - boasts about what he proposes to do'. Guthrie Tucker, of Mook, has been He proposes "to enlarge the power of the people by destroying elected teacher of the fifth grade in Ike infamous lobby." Again we are tempted to ask this modest man. the Leitchfield High and Graded school. 'T'-propos- "I" experiment station. Harrison Ashcraft, of Rhodelia, was Marion Weatherholt, reDresenting the guest of Miss Ida Belle Ater Sunthe Cloverport Foundry & Machine day. Co., was here Saturday and secured Born to the wife of Hewitt Payne, contracts for painting the Farmer's Wednesday 20, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brunerand Mrs. June Frymire were in Louisville last week. Dick Avitt was in Louisville selling his tobacco Prices f6.y( 8.M $11.90. The seventh of November is drawing near and the Republicans are shaking with fear, for they know their day in Kentucky is past and the honest old Democrat will rule at last. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flout. J. Keys Sunday. "I" JjCINCINNATI AND RETURN I Sunday, Oct, 1st Special train leaves Cloverport at 2:27 a. H m. Tickets will also be sold for trains leav- - H M ing Cloverport at 4:57 a. m. and 9:55 a. m. m V fl October 1st, good returning leaving Cin- - M m cinnati not later than 2:30 p. m October 3rd M -- II non-partis- an - CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Baptist Sunday Softool, !':30 a, no. C. E. Liichtfoot. Superintendent, Prayer Meeting Wednesday ?:Mp.ni. Baptist Aid Society Society meets Monday iiftur Swond Sunday, every month, Mrs. A. H. Sklllman. President DOn-partis- ctYerjxxsAave savec Life iS mooth LTailina Jlethodist Church Bowl y, he announces: Finally, with the same supreme mode.-tpropose to lean the politics of Kentucky and make the state "I" more peaceful, prosperous and happy."" How big an "I" does this modern CsstStf use I It - not his party for which he claims such power; no credit does he give to his ajsociati - on the tate ticket for what he proposes to do. The legisPresbyterian Church lature 1 negligible quantity, according to this timid youth. Lone- She is pleased with her work and is progressing nicely. Presbyterian Sunday InhjOol U:4.' a in. some has he teemed at all of his speakings; not welcomed by those Conrad Slpu.l. Superintendent. "Bread baking success is guaranteed every Third Sundsy, Bar, Adair. Preaching Minister who have taken an active part in politics, not accorded ovation- - upon if Prayer meetiig Tuesday, T:S0 p. BEST Flour." Aid society meets Wednesday m. Ladies' you use the Lewisport after Third hi- - arrival by the people whom "I" propose to make peaceful, Sunday every month. Mrs Chat. Satterlield. Sold by J. II. Gardner. President. happy." Other leaders there are none, according to Ids ( -pros-perou-an- Methodist Sunday School. ItMa, m. Ira !. Beben, superintendent.. Preaching every J. G Harris, of Webster, was here Sunday at ll a, m. and ; :.I0 u. m. Frank Lewis Pastor, Prayer meeting Wednesday ,7:30 p. on business iast week. m. Ep worth LMffue. regular service Sunday ti.45 p. in: Miss Annie Lee Bishop, one of our night each business meeting Hrsl Tuesday month. Miss Margarlte Hum. President. most diligent school workers, is missed Monday eachLadies' Aid foctoty meets tlrst month Mrs. Forrest Light foot. from her classes this year. We learn President. Ladies' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs virgii of her successful matriculating in the Babbape, President Choir practice Friday Commercial High School of Louisville. night 7:21), A. 11 Murray. Director. He began his work Monday. d view. national question must be raised in this cumpaign. because propose to do so and o, and the people's attention is not to be "I" La Follette. Bradley, or any Incited from "I" to such men who might participate in the canvass were national nnOQtions of those discussed. Quite respectable gentlemen, of mediocre ability, were ehoeea k "I to be his associates, so teat when "I" accomplish all of the marvelou- - thing- - which "I" propose "J" alone will yet the credit. We WOMSer Why "l" don't propOM to make all men hone-- t, to abolish poverty, to banish illness, to eliminate from human action all low motives. Surely "I can do thi-- . No -- short while incv One Of the leading Republicans of Kentucky, a public spirited citizen, a gallant federal soldier, an upright ju Ije who Standi high among the lawers of the country , said to - that he found it mo-- t dillicult. he fcaied almost impo-siblfor him to bring hini-e- lf to vote for a man for governor who wrote with a capital a foot high ami spelled "God" with a small '"g. " We thought then that criticism of Judge O'Uear was unjust. After reading his speech at Cynthieaa, it leeees to us just- .- Lexington Herald. A -ue, HARDINSBliRG An Ice cream supper will be given at the Court House tonight for the of the High School. ben-eli- t Mrs. Fred Ferry and little daughter, The teachers and pupils have underAnnie Murray, were guests of Mrs. taken to sod the grounds immediately adjoining the High School. Morris Beard several day last week. Mrs. J. H I'ile is spending the week Mrs. A. B. Kkillman, of Cloverport, with hsr sister, Mrs. Ornn Hardin, is the guest of Mrs. Morris Beard. near Cloverport Marriage licenses: M. K Johnson Make b note now to get Ely's Cream Catholic Church Balm if you are troubled with nasal caFirst Sunday of eaeli month. Mass.-eri- n in. s m other three tarrh, hay fever or cold in the head. It and BsnedlUtKMl,in. !i:00u.week days Mass at I" IS a. On at 7:00 a. ui. Catechetical nstructlon for theehtl is puiifying and soothing to the sensiren on Saturdays at v.hou. m , and on Suntive membrane that lines the days at!'::iOa. m. and 2 ::10 p. In. It is ma le to overcome the disease, not to fool the patient by a short, de- The Wonder Berry Making ceptive relief. There is no cocaine nor Appearance On The Market. mercury in it. Do not be talked into taking a substitute for Fly's Cream Balm. The wonder berry is a new berry All druggists sell it. Price 50c. Mailed !"6 Warren by lily Hros., Street, New that is making its appearance here on the market. The wonder berry is a proYork, lific producer. Seed are sowed in boxes in the spring and are cultivated same L0DIBURG as the tomatoes. They are the poor man's berry as they can be cultivated Mr. and Mrs. Mason, of Redman, by any renter who makes a garden. Ind.i were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The fruit ripens after frost, and is used for pies, jelly and preserves. As they A. M. Hardin last week. have no aistinct Mavor, a grated nutSam lirown and Miss Annie French were guests of Miss Kunlce Philpot, meg or lemon peel adds to their flavor. One plant of the wonder berry often of (iustun, last Sunday. produces a gallon of fruit which grows Mr. and Mrs. Will Head, of Owens-boro- , in cluster of a deep violet hue. about wereguestsof Mr. and Mrs A M. the sis ot grapes. Hardin Sunday. Mrs Joe Fitch, of Cloverport, was Mission At St. Rose. the guest of Mr. and Mrt. A. J. Kays There will be a Mission at St. Rose's Church, consisting of a series of lecMaggie Robertson Is visiting tures and sermons on moral subjects her son, Malcomb Robertson, of Fry- and the teachings of the Catholic Church, given by the Dominican mire, this week. Fathers or Order of Preachers, begin-inMrs. Sallie Collins, of Hannibal, Mo , October 9, and ending November who has been with relatives here for 5. All are cordially invited to attend. . Sun-dayI g Debt comes usually from unsafe specuDebt is A TbRRIBl.t: MASTERtalk of some smooth stranlation. Instead of listening to the Mho promises the impossible result of doubling your money in a short ger. while, take banker's advice; PLAY SAFE - bank your money until some good business chance comes RIUH HIRE AT HOME where you can A MIND TO THEN life will soon be smooth sailing. VOIR OWN BUSINESS. I Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay TUC i interest on Time Deposits. 1 QiUV fit UlRniaCnilRC trikt rn Hardinsburg, Ky. Appoints Hardin Marshal. J. A. Barry, Mayor of the city, suspended Marshal Oetiaveu, last Monday morning, and appointed Miliary Hurdin in his place to serve until the next regular meeting of the City council. The Mayor saya he will make a report to the Council next Monday night, wherein he will state his reasons for suspending Mr. OeUaven. it dirccter and they are preparing some beautiful music. Besides Mr. Skillman the members are: Messrs Hofnous I'aul Lewis, Proctor Keith, Marion Denton, Lawrence Murray, Kldred e and Mrs. Proctor Keith. Be-he- n, Hab-bag- Cloverport Orchestra. The members of the Cloverport orchestra are meeting one night each week now forpractioe. O. T. Skillman Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Hlectic Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, burns or bruises at once. Pain cannot stay where it is used. Subscribe A I Reliable Remedy CATARRH quirklf ahtn.ht.il Relief . Sam Keith went to Brandenburg Monday to work in the Messenger office BIG MEETING Ely's Cream Balm krv. If ft it It heal" Dyer, of Hardinsl org. yesterday for Conference at Grteu-villM. L w a. rv t s . At Kim-- 1 e. Colored People Have "Five Days In The olefin--- " , One. "oothen, l and nmtwtn the dmpftwif in r milting from Catarrli and driven way a fold in the Head 'plii'kly. Mr. Mrs. C B. Kandall and sons, Clyde and Karl, came from Paducah Friday Wilderness" Here Church - Methodist Collection Large Sloe bweks For Sale for sale Apply to Moravia harm, HranuVnimrii, Ky. SA0 night. tore I lip Be Bute Tattle and Smell. Ku tile "iO cin. , nt I ifn(- giota or by mail. In form, io nti Ely BrrXbtTS, M Wnrren Htreet, New Xwk 1 i ol HAY FEVER Mrs Bettie Napper, of Staphensnort, waa the guest of Mrs. Anna Napper Miss Louise Whitehead, have been visiting in Rome. Ind. Jerry I,ennon, cf Hardinsburg, is visiting Mr. aid Mrs. Roland Smith at 8te phenspoit. Reid Shellman, of Shiloh, is very low of typhoid fever at hi home in Friday. Mi Whitehead and daughter, &e Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, SKI T. 27, 1911 THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ''Five Days In The Wilderness," a Shropshiredown Sheep for Sale meeting which waa observed at the colored Methodist church here, closed RR9IRTMEI) herd heck refftatered and lanbs; ft Sunday night. Rev M H. Johnson, bncks; grade ewes w. Man TITH, yer.iim a iuton, Ky. siiut pastor of the church, was delighted with the services and the good work of For Sale his flock. He was assisted by the fol- Fi Hi M LI a bowl Ml acres Ine fertile iani located In Ulu pur' lowing preachers: F. D Breckenri nge, the Men G ClarksonSyrlPii Vrtilry; be Mrs, "f farm, owned Irvington: R. D Hines, Hawesville, II Ki rnpi rD.urnlWl Mrs. A. M Hurdaway. of sell as Min. 11. .V whole or In and J VV. Rooinson, Evansville. for further trf or p;ris. Terras reasonable :i M For Sale Gasoline Fnginc and Grist Mill kuaeeuowpr International poR AI.E anil prM mill runipli'lr. ffaeoflM It. T. rooms, lardlnshiire. Ky. N. I. Amtmturi'uieut hetter than ever. Factory equipped ik with new machinery throughout. All meth-M ods of manufacturing style improved 50 in direct proportion value W MTYLES ln Stephensport. Mrs. Kate GENERAL BRANCHES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL OFFICES CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAI ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city For County Offices For State and District For Calls, per line Officea Offices $ 2.50 .$5.00 $ 15.00 10 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest o' individuals or expression of individual views per line The collections amounted Monday morning before the report of Showers, of The church has Is the guest of her uncle, all the committees. only 10 members and pay their pastor Frank Fralze. 500. This is his second year and he Mr. and Mis. Thos. Maine, of Steph-enspjr- t, Is well liked by his congregation. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hlaioe. If you want Fire, Life, .Sick and A- Little Girl's Arrival Announced. ccident Insurance, call on S. C, Taul, Cloverport, Ky. Cards announcing the arrival of little Mrs Leonard Oelze has been visiting Miss Dorothy Louise Stewart, Sept. IS, Mrs. Robert Woods and Mrs. Joe Har-pol- e at the home of her parents, Mr. and in Louisville. Mrs. Ralph W. Stewart, Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jamen Hart, of Louic-ville- , Ind., have been received here. spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mr. McGavock In Town. Mrs. Clyde Mdrrison. Cissell matron eall on to $ro S( N. Itlit Spring--or address. Ky HEN C. CLARK Foil For Sale IA LI - A II horse power Mutloinry Engine; Watklns make. 10 ifood Hreekenrldirc News, Cover port K y . For Sale EOR I A LI - Heeds. HOMMM and nil kinds of legal blanks. Hrerkt nrldre New, Cloverport. Ky. For Sale too. Smart Stylish ible to the last degree. and Flex- Scholarship Bowling d"' nrr ment of that I'nlversity. Brerkenridge Naws, Cloverport. Ky. FOB IAL1 "lefcolafwUp In In the any I'nlversltv. good The new models on display today. You're cordially invited to inspect them. 1 I C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I 10 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator, OLL1E M. JAMES, of Crittenden. For Governor, JAMES B. McCREARY, of Miriison. Eor Lieutenant Governor, E. J. McDERMOTT, ot Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS O. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of The Misses McCrackcn, who have had a pleasant visit in Texas, arrived John McGavock was in town Saturhome Friday morning. day and says he is rushed to death with Andrew Ashby. a popular C. H. S. work on his farm. He said the tobacco student, left Monday for Lexington, to crop is fine this year, though late, and in danger of being caught by frost. enter State university. Misses Cetta Pate and Myrtle Furll wedrow attended the ding at McOuady Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Harris and daughter, Miss Jennie Mabel Harris, are visiting Mis Johnstone in St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Carl Benton was critically ill last week and still under the care of the trained nurse and doctor. Next Saturdav will be Heinz Day at Nolte's store. Come and enjoy the delicious samples that will be served. Dr. E. C. McDonald went to Maroa, III., to visit the Rev. Mr. Jeuett McDonald and friends in Decatur. Miss Drue Gregory has returned home from Owensboro, where she visited her brother, Mr. Peter Gregory. Mrs. Yernon Connor hud daufi liter, Ethel May, and son, Robert, went to Elkton, Ky., to jisit relatives Monday. Mrs. Nancy Ferry has returned home from a visit to Mrs. Homer Dawley ami Mrs. Frank Ferry, of LouDavis-Marsha- Toilet Articles, Face Powder, I J . Talcum Powder, and Creams Henderson Route Notes to Lonisville and return Oct. 6 tod for trains 14; and of 17th, good to return Oct. ,.!. J.5 00 Cloverport FALL RACE MEETINO AT COST i GIBSON & SON Ol Moorman. Grand Lodge Of Kentucky.. I. O. O F. Fayette. For Attorney General, JAMES GAR NEXT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton. For Superintendent cf Public Instruction, BARKSDALE JIAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, j. v. NEWMAN, of Woodford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of to Louisville and return, Sept. 1880, Oct 5 12 Id, Rood to return two days after date of sale. Tickets will also te sold for trains on Oct. 7, good returning two days after date of sale. f3 Cloverport to Louisville and turn October 8. 9 and loth, good to turn October I4. rere- 18 Cloverport f ifl J THAT Af O a V f. Y H i Jr Nashville, Tenn Sept : . 18. HON. DAVE MOORMAN AT Daviess 81, 50 County Fair. Owensboro, Kentucky. 4 DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS franklin. isville. Miss Tula Daniel, ot Hardinsburg, is attending the annual Conference of the M. E. church South, which i Pet Representative MARSHALL NORTON in set-sic- at Greenville. Misses Mildred and Louise Babbage left last evening for Glen Dean to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest RobLOCAL BREVITIES ertson until Friday. Mrs. Lucy Younger has been ill. Mrs. Roy Heyser and her sister, Mrs. School shoes at Sippel's. Briscoe, of Cincinnati, are visiting their parents in Montana. Mrs. George Weatherholt is ill. Mrs. Ci T. McClanahan and childPayne is visiting in HarMrs. Frank ren visited relatives in Henderson bedinsburg. Life. Chas. Jack sou whs home from Louis- fore going to St. Louis, where Mr. McClanahan has a position. ville Sunday. We are now showing the advanced "VICTORIA," GRAND CHAMPION Geo. Windelkiu and wite went to Lousamples of wall paper for 1912, someisville Monday. STATE FAIR. NASHVILLE thing unusual. Let us save you money Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Berry went to on wall paper Edward Gregory and Stanley Saturday. sons. Breckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. Miss Anna Hart arrived from LouisAbe Ricketts has returned from Hear Sirs: showed our cattle here at ville Sunday night. Elizabethtown, 111., where he had been Tennessee State Fair this week, winMisses Irene and Anna Jai boe went to to see his father and sister. His father, ning 16 iirsts, 5 seconds and .1 third Louisville Monday. who is 7 years old, is in extra health prizes. Our two year old heifer, Victoria 83rd, was made grand champion Amiel Pate and Hugh Males were in for his age. Cannelton Saturday. Mrs. C. D. Hambleton and daughter, female, and our yearling bull, Orange King, Jas. F. Jarboe, of Chenault, went to Mrs. F.rnest Pate, Mr. and Mrs. I. llaf-fe- We willwas made grand champion bull. ship from here to Tri State Hodgensville Friday. Mr. Forrest Pate and sons, Lewis Fair at Memphis next week. YV. R. T.ios. H. Bates, of Tar Fork, went to and Ol lie. visited relatives in Louisville last Sunday. Hawesville Saturday. Williams Daniels, has reProf. Groom, who taught at Tobit.i-poJm Mrs. Atnbie last year, will teach at Dexter, turned irom Hawesville. H. Chancellor and Ivan Bates Ind. He has been spending his vacation T. in Pittsburgh, Penn., and is now visitwent to Cannelton Saturday. ing friends across the river. Miss Malissa Mattingly went to to attend the institute. Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot Miller reThe piano contest at Sippel's shoe turned on Monday to their home in Mississippi. John Bentley, a nephew, tore will close December 36th. accompanied them, and will clerk in Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilishop and childthe general store of Mr. Miller. The ren went to Stanley Saturday. Clarion. I Drunk-on-Tyrstmor- e. (r l). H. Moorman, former member cf to Owensboro and 7 inclusive, good to the legislature lad one of the lest & kr.own Democrats of Bre:kenrdye county, was in Louisville last week $5.9'J Cloverport to Evansville, Ind.. and called at state campaign headand return Sept. ;24 to So, inclusive, good quarters to report on conditions in his to return Stpt. 30, or account of county. Mr. Moorman, who is inclose Indiana Alliance ol German Societies touch with the political situation in and Retail Merchants' Association. Breckenridge, savs that everything indicates that success will perch on the Announcement Democratic banner, as the Democrats The engagement is announced of Miss are more united than for years, and I'hillis I'ocketts to Lord Churchmowse. the people are tired of Republican rule He was promiIt will be remembered that Miss Pock-ett- and want a change. nently mentioned for the nomination is a granddaughter of the Hon. alHer mother for representative, but declined to Tenpercent l'ynclier. low the use of his name. He says Mar was one of the Bnltimore Kutondryncks Norton, the Democratic nominee .1 Lord ChurchmoATse cousin of Sir shall for representative, a popular young Archibald Guzzle of Guzzle Hall, Hent, school teacher, will add strength to rpper- - Cloverport return October return October to J BANK OF CLCVEHP3S1 Parties Wishing to Build ! If You Want Building Material of any Kind the ticket. OLD Call on Gregory & Co. If SOLDIERS' UNION RE- You do not know Just How you want to Build AT CANNELTON If You Call on Gregory & Co. want to know just what your Building will Cost I garden. Mr. aud Mrs. C. J. Fella, of Addison, attended the Old Soldiers' of Kentucky and Indiana reunion at Cannelton last week. They weie treated royally and had a line time. Two years ago there were 2 is in attendance, this year only Col. Wittmer end'i were registered. tertained the whole bunch at his Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to make your building the most convenient for the least money Call on Gregory If You Sc Co. rt rg Base Ball! 1 want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble Call on Gregory & Co. ' Jess Weatherholt, of Owensboro, was the guest of his parents Sunday. Miss Jean Burn and Mies Margaret Burn went to Louisville Monday. ' Br i ail baking guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Dwight Randall leaves this week for Cleveland, Ohio, to enter college. Mrs. Jacob Morrison, of Louisville, has been the guest of relatives here. John Bell, of Jasper, Ind., was the guest of Mias Haze) Holder Suuday. Miss Ada Jolly, of Hardinsbuig, has bten the guest of Mrs. Frank Payne. Some one will get a piauo for Christmas. Who will it be? Conrad Sippel. Geo. Harris Esq., went to Hawesville Saturday to see "The Kids" play ball. Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt, who has been ill all summer, is little improved. Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of Versailles, as been the guest of Mrs. C. W. Moor man. Sept, 29, 30 and Oct vs. Office Near Depot v n Fall is the best time to paper, paste dries slower, then the old fly eggs are covered up and the room is made more cheerful for winter. Let us show you our line of fall wall paper Kdward Gregory and sons. You are not if you don't have a f ranch gray or a pearl gray room. Our line of fall samples of wall paper are great. The only exclusive wall paper hangers in Cloverport Edward Gregory and sons. Mrs. E. A. Kissam and children, of Prestonburg, Ky., are visiting her mother, Mrs. E. J. Bandy, at Stephens-por- t Mrs. Ella Hickerson, of near Hardinsburg, SDent Saturday and Sunday the guest of her mother with them. Information in regard to prices of material can be had at the Bank of Cloverport MILL CAPACITY OwensboroAtheletics LEWISPORT Notice In Bankruptcy. t Henderson Routes Game Called Promptly at 2:30 p. m. Organize Society. The young men of Cloverport orgau- iztd a Literary Society Mouday uight at the Luetic Memorial Wilbur llarjj- uiau was promoter, lull particular of the prganizatiou will be giveu later. This oil Team will also play Har)c IOC dinsburg, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 27 and 28. toi In theUislrii-- court of the Hulled Ktuie. for Um We.teru UUUrU'l .if KenUn ky.Owi I'lv'.hloh In Hunkrupley ii Hie iiiiiiu r of i.i,. K. l.ainbdln, u Hunk-ruuLewisport Mill Company, of The fin this mth flay nl MeiMiahta A. I)., mi, on iiiiiklUfrlDK Hie pelitlon of Itiu uforikulti Lewikport, are putting in new machine ti.iiikrupt tor dike hurtle, tied ou the Ulli duy and enlargiug their capacity to ninety uf September, A. I , Vt 11 Ik ordered UM upon ti e same ou tliut u barrels a day, instead of ttiaty as here- courtMb day liearuiK lie budA. of Uctolier. the lllil before tofore. The Messre. Cregory and Myer s.i id iurt at federal Court hull ut Louto-vllle- , kv In kuld at 10 o'clock. In are live, progressive miller. They lliit torenooD. or itk tliereto a urn. ilea-blUDU tliat DOtb'e Hi. r ef lie published one uiake good flour and treat their trade ilui 'ii Hreckuortdae . aewapapei all known right. No mill In tbie taction i better printed In eakl dlktri. t. and n .In. .rs and other periKiriH in may known and doing a better busine-srappear at kald time and place aid allow l auae. if tny Lave, why the prayer of ald "Lewisport Best Flour" ia a house- petitliuicr aliou!d ncl le nr.u.i .l U . Ilouoratile WITM Walter Kvauk. hold word. ludae of kald Court, and ttieaeal Ihcraof, at liweiiklxiro, Kentucky, lu kuld dlklrtcl, oo the Ijlh day of Septi uilier. A ll IW1 . A. O. Kouald. Clerk. M. K. i ..... Deputy Clerk. , ' i lu-u- ENLARGING l. n.t lnt-rek- t Subscribe Now . 1f .Motlm nkco e mi any "Only the answer. Miss (umber hut they did not sway her Step by cumin A Texas Wonder. the tinier' w? can vou vou tell us bow those nil land tcp she drew near, and when sh "No. for l did not move at once lows were arranged 7" reached my side she smiled in n..v fnce rpif I am very fled to that couch "I'm sfrald not I threw them down once Then sbe ssld: 'i.'hoose aright The Ttxas Wonder cures kldnsy and young, and I nnd never seen deHth qnlckly. madly dear heart Leave the poisoned one bladdtr troubles, removing gravel, W hen I did get up l hobhn-,before Just as I collected for me.' cures (iiabetcs, wsak and lame barks, like nn old woman "fascinated. I "tared at one rlas distracted but came and almost wentI t h e in. 1 only rheumatism, and all irregularities of to myself as know that I put then at tbe other Had either ot iir saw the note on ths kidneys and bladdar in both mn the floor the note I the window cushhands trembled should have griped was told to burn and women. Regulates blsdder troubLifting It, I moveo ion down first. It held, hut not s tremor at the gift toward the Hrepiace hut got a fright The rest fell anyles in children. If not sold by vour By ANNA shook those Icy ringers uor did her druggist will bt sent by mail on reeyea wander to the right hand oi to the on the wny and stopped Iti the middle how. But tbey I thought of quite covered ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle (.two-month'left. 'Adelaide. I shrieked out. toss I the floor nnd looked hack. had heard my sister speak her quire." them behind you. Let ua live liver treatment and selc'om falls to "But the fancy passed ns I saw how "Hands nod But sbe only reiterated that awful perfect a cure. Dr. R. W. Hall, MM still the lay. and I went on after awhile face?" word. "Choose!' and I dare not hesitate Olive strict, St. Louis. Mo. Send for and threw the note Into the one small Cpyrilkl. 191. "Her whole longer lest lose my chunce to sHve Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugflame which wus all that waa left of body." ty Anna IilhulM Rohlfa rolling. I touched a glass - I bar. gists. the Ore I saw it caught by a draft "And did they never knew which one-and- . drawing from the door behind me and go Ham cover her quite It from ber fingers. I lifted It to my Ing up tbe chimney when you cam mouth. Instantly her other hand rose "8omp of mv trouble seemed to go back?" 'I don't know which la which invseif,' CHAI IKR XXV. mr flM U tolllgllt Adelaide, it bad sbe said and drunk. I hat made me with tbe oote. and I lifted a pillow from "They must "choose." to be. I hadn't the strength to to drink also. Wait-wa- it! the window seat near by and covered have I I know HEM STHKNOTH II AO 1 must have done more. I "W HAVE oot finished." were the- leave you all or or to aay M U be ever two glasses sent oot a clicking her face. "The OrTEN WAY. flrat worda we beard from Car- asked me to my face what be asked sound as we set them back on tbe must have covered the whole lounge hare no right lo 1 mel when order waa restored me In tbat note.' with pillows und cushions, for pres say that, but I cannot swear tnat I 1. en we waited, looking at stand. and we wore all In a condition "And tbeo 1 tried to lift ber. but aba eacb other. 'Which?' her Hps seemed ently my mind cleared again, and I mw any change" Dr. Owen's (Trnce, Main Street """ ,f was something about to Mateo again. was kissing my fret, kissing my dreaa, to say. 'Which?' lo another moment recollected Hours: to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. "Can you swear tbat there waa no I "1 bad to relate what you have Juat sobbing out ber life on my hands. Ob. we waa to put tbe vial in hange that the plllowa and tbe win koew. "Your choice was the right the poison ClovcrportjaHy. was I to throw It from dow cushion lay Just aa they did heard tbat you might understand what I waa happy: My future looked very one.' aald sbe aod she sank back into her timid-- ir I happened next waa oot used to simple to me. But my cbeek began to a chair. 'lon't leave me!" she cnlleil the window? Something was to be when you left the room?" thrown from the window It must be pain, and 1 could never have kept on burn, and instinctively I put up my out tor 1 was about to run shrieking "No" At the next moment she waa In Dr. pressing those irons to my cbeek If 1 band. Tbts brought ber to ber feet out Into tbe night '11 am happy the rial. But I couldn't lift the win bad not had the strength given me by 'You are suffering, sbe crlej. 'Ton now that It Is all settled, but I do not dow, so. leu ing found the vial stand Carpenter's arms Her strength had Marion ing on the table beside the little flask. given way for the time, and tbe court my own rebecuun in the glass. When must go home at vuce, at ooce, while I want to die alone. Ub. bow bot I am!' I carried It Into the closet where there I wus hastily adjourned to give her opthought the bum was quite deep telephone to Dr. Carpenter.' 'We will And. leaping up. sbe Oung off ber coat enough I tore the tongs away utid was go together.' 1 said. 'We can telephone and went gasping about tbe room for wus n window opening Inward, and portunity for rest and recuperation dropped It out of that and thought I But at this tbe awful air. When sbe sank dowu again It lifting them to the other cheek wbeo 1 from thera CHAPTER XXVI. saw tbe door behind me open locb by look came back into ber face, and, see-lo- was on tbe lounge, and again I tried had done all. Bat when I came back "WERE HUB BANDS GROSSED THEf ? Cloverport, ber forget my hurt, i forgot It. too, to Oy for help, and again sbe would not and saw Adelaide's coat lying In a Inch, as though pushed by hesitating HEN 1 left the courtroom heap where she had thrown It 1 re in dread ot what sbe would say when let me touches. witb the other witnesses I called that she bad said something "1 tried to soothe her to keep down "Instantly focgot my polo, almost sbe fouod strength to speak. noticed a man standing near "It was worse than anything I had my awful fenr and soothe ber. Bat about tins, but what I didn't know. So my purpose, watching that door. 1 the district attorney. After I saw it slowly swing to its tun width Imagined: sbe refused absolutely to go tbe nearness ot deatb had calmed tier I lifted It and put It In the closet why ward I heard that be was Sweetwacannot say. Then I set my mind on 'Curniel,' said sbe. '1 poor heart Into Its old love nnd habitaDd disclose my sister standing lo tbe back borne ter, the defective from New York who have done injustice to your youth. Yoo ual thoughtf ulness. She was terrified going pome. gap with n look and In an attitude "But there was something to do first had had so much to do in unearthing which terrltied me more than the Ore love him, too oot like a child, but a at my position. She recalled our mothnot In that room. It was the testimony against Arthur. had done. Dropping tbe tongs. I turn- woman. The tangle Is worse than 1 er and tbe oath she bud taken at that I left him talking to Mr. Fox and thought; your heart Is caught In It as mother's deathbed to protect me and to telephone the police. 1 seized the ed and faced her. covering my cbeek as mine, and you shall have your care for me and my brother. 'And I receiver, and when central answered later received this account of the Inwell instinctively with my hand. 1 said something about the Whispering terview which followed between them "I saw her eyes run over my elab- chance. My death will give It 1to you.' have failed to do either,' she cried. "1 tried to dissuade ber. urged 'Arthur I have alienated, and you 1 Pines and wanting help. This la all 1 and Dr. Perry. orate ditiner dress -- my little haud bag 'Is this girl telling the truth V ask every plea, even that of my own am leaving to unknown trouble and remember about that and the candle burning in a room Some time afterward I don't know ed District Attorney Fox as soon as But she was no more her nat- danger.' made warm with u Ore on the beurtb-"rt- ils was stumbling down the stairs the three were closeted and each could when taken up tbe note I "She was not to be comforted. 1e fore she spoke a single word ural self. it She bud my on my way out. had gone to to the speak his own mind. "Doctor, what during entreaties, and saw her life ebbing and could do Then, with u deep laboring breath, she und read Twenty years' expeiience in my words fell ou deaf ears. 'Why. nothing. She clung to me while she room uguln for my little bag. for the do you think?" looked roe in the eye again with tbe "1 do not question her veracity In dared not leave these words have killed me!' sbe cried, called up all her powers und made keys were In It. and the execution of slmpTe question? . tbe least." didn't stuy a her me n way of plans W crumpling athe note lo do? Itband. escape.for 1 me and showedthe note, ding them. But one glance at minute, and "Yon believe that she burned herself '"And where Is he?" 1 little poison Whal will cast but the lounge. cao was? to buru Carmel's nend had drooped at this, only Mulsh what he What bapppned afterward Is like a Intentionally?" Deeds, has begun.' Contwo of the glasses from thf window' "I wouldn't disbelieve It you may but sue raised it almost instantly. "Poison! I remembered how I had nnd leave the other and the deadly dream to me. I found the horse, the tblnk me sentimental; I knew and Mine did not nse so readily. legal heard . her pushing about bottles In tbe vial nenr her hand this before horse found tbe road, and some time .. Mu maa h'lnriuiIV' .I ncL-o.. . loved ber father for any fortune you medicine cabinet and telt ray legs left the room. Then was to eull up later reached home. As I came with might name." ion know! said she. the veil is grow weak und my head swim. 'You the police und say there was ome in sight ot i he uouse I grew suddenly Mr. Fox turned to Sweewoter. uown netween us. warmer "And we win wl 00t,. , (.riMl waI,.ning her hand, thing wrong at the clubhouse, but 1 strong again 'I he open stable door re l saw mm give in terror of seelng It rise to her speak plainly now me of my duty. and. driving In, you breast was not to give my name or ever ac- minded 1 heard you ask Arthur you the letter "Mr. Fox. have you those tongs?" '"When I rnuie here.' she said, '1 knowledge I wn there. 'Nothing can 1 quickly unharnessed Jenny and put I'bey were brought "Yes. I forgot to harness op the horse, i have de- - brought a bottle ot cordial with me save trouble.' she said, 'but that trou- ber away. Tbeo I dragged the cutter Prices Reasonable; for First-clas- s meaned myself to follow you. and we and three glasses, i brought a little ble must not roar near vou. Swear Into place and hung up tbe harness. to my othee with the other exhiblta. 1 Work You vtal of poison, loo. ouce ordered for will have no subterfuges now attached no importance to them, and that you will heed my words swear Lastly I locked the door and carried you will probably find them Just where expect him here?' expected to And Blwood that yon will do what I say. sickness. tbe kpy with me into the house and l am not so bad as thrust them into the box marked "Wo.' cried bere If had I meant to drop tbe ung it up ou its usual nail in the prom "I swore. All that she asked that Adelaide not is tie. Here is the poison Into oue glass and then fill lsed I was almost dying, too. and kitchen. I had obeyed Adelaide, and 'Cumb.' " note, lou will see ny it what he ex- them all up with the cordial. They were In the district attorney's We had the light gone out and the rafters now I would go to mv room. hat is pects and at what place I should have should have drunk, each one of us his of the house fallen In and buried us what she would wish But I don t office, and Sweetwater ut once rose Joined him it I had been tbe selOsh glass, aod one of us would have botli it would have been better. Hut know whether I did this or not. My and brought forward the tongs. The Old Apple creature you think.' 1 had the note fallen. "There is my answer," he said, pointdid oot tare which, you or the light burned on. and the life in mind was lull ot Adelaide till contu hidden In ray breast 1 took it out Elwood or myself. But he Is oot her eyes faded onf. and the hands sion came, iheti darkness und then u ing significantly ut one of the legs. Tbe district attorney turned pale and I and held it toward her. did oot feel bere, and the cast ot the die is be- - grasping mine relaxed I am in the market for an heard one perfect blank. " the burn at all. but 1 kept It covered little gnsp. then a low prayer. "Tell Sbe had finished; sbe had done as motioned Sweetwater to carry tbem unlimited quantity of old Bhe glanced down at the words, and I Arthur never never again to - Then she had been asked; she had told the back. He sat silent for a moment and apple tree butts: will receive felt like falling at her teet she looksilence!" story ot tbat evenlug us she knew it then showed that he was a man. them in any quantity delivered so miserable. "Miss Cumberland has my respect," Sobs, cries, veiled faces, then si- from the family dinner till her return ed on railroad or river. For "She glanced down at the papei aod lence in tbe courtroom too. It was home after mldnmbt. and the mvsterv said he. prices and specification call Finally Mr. Kos turned to Dr. Perry let It drop almost immediately trura of Adeiuides death was aa great ua broken hut by one sound a hearton or write and put the question: her hand. 'I cannot read his words!' ever. rending sigh from the prisoner But I do not "You are satisfied witb your autopsy 1 Bhe cried. nobody looked at him. und nobody "Mr. District Attorney, the witness need to. We Doth C. A. TINIUS, ! Stephensport, Ky. Miss Cumberland's deatb was due to know which ot lis he mves best You looked at uie Every eye was on the Is yours," said Mr. Molt at. mostrangulation and not to the poison sbe ot this young girl whose story Mr. i o. at ouce arose. face cannot sa.v that it is i, ntf engaged Tbe I was silent, bore such an impress of truth and yet ment wus ripe tor conquest. He put took f" wite. and her face took was so contradictory of all former evl on an uwtui pallor ' armei." said she. "That was what I swore to and bis most vital question first: deuce. What revelations were yet to Xlo you know what tins man s love nas "Id all this Interview with your sis- what I should have to swear to again follow? It would seem that she was ter did you remark any discoloration if you placed me back on the stand. been to uie? lou are a child, a warm speaking of her sister's deatb. Notice on ber throat?" The poisou. taken with her great exhearted and passionate mud. hut you But tier sister had not died that way; The witness' lips opened. Surprise citement, robbed her of consciousness, do not know a woman s heart. Cerher sister had been strangled Could spoke from her every feature. "Disbut there wus too little ot It or It was tainly you do not kuuw mine. That resolutions of respect are doubt this dainty creature, with beauty coloration V" she repeated. "1 do not too old and weakened to cause death. If any one does even he. Cures have published at 5 cents per line. scarred and vet powerfully triumphant, know what you mean." She would probably have revivled In warped my lite I have no charms to Please do not send obituaries to be the rlctim of a hallucination, or did "Auy murks darker than tbe rest of time, possibly did revive. But the rival yours; i have only love, such sbe seek to ralsleud Justice aod to con- ber skin on ber throat or neck?" fingers was fatal; abe clutch of those the News without expecting to love us you cannot dreain ot at your ceal truth? "No Adelaide bad a spotless skin. could uot survive it it costs more age And this is no longer deslruhle pay for the publication of this At a questiou from Mr. Moffat she It Iqoked like marble as she lay there than you can ever understand to say to him!' kind of matter. spoke ugain. und we beard ber say: No; saw no marks. 1 do not know this, but questions like yours must be f "You see that 1 remember every I "Yes, sbe died tbat way. with her what you ullude to." should not be an bonest answered. word she spoke. They burned more here wus no one else hands in miue. "Did you hold your sister's bands all man otherwise." fiercely than the Iron. That did not by. We were quite alone." tbe time sbe lay dying, as you thought, To the relief of all Carmel was phys'burn at all just then. I was cold Louisville Evening Post Tbat settled it. and for a moment on tbe lounge?" ically stronger than we expected when bitterly, awfully cold. M very and Breckenridge News the revulsion ot feeling threatened to "Yes. yes.'' came to retake the stand in tbe she heart seemed frown, and the silence one year 3.60. throw the court into tumult "How was It when you let go of afternoon. But sbe bad lost a Uttle of 1 could oot speak; 1 was dreadful Hut "Can vuu tlx the hour of this oc- - them? Where did they fall then?" ber courage. could uot answer her "On ber breast. 1 laid them down Mr. Fox kept nobody waiting. He everything,' she now "'You have softly and crossed tbem. 1 did nut asked: aoirz3lfofV51fo1c30c31 went on. 'W hy did you rob me ot my leave her till I had done this and clos"Miss Cumberland, in your account one happiness'.And you have robbed ed her eyes." of the final interview you bad with me. Curiuci do you know why I am "CHOOBE ARIGHT. OEA11 IJEAilT. LEAVB BALL MILLER "And what did you do then?" your sister you alluded to a story you THE POISOMCD ONE Kill US." here?' I shook my head 'I urn here There is a disease prevailing in this "1 went for tbe note to burn It" Will yoo tell had once read together. to end It all, said she. tween us two. unless you wish a cer- country most dangerous because so decep "Miss Cumberland, in your direct ex- us the name of this story?" "I tottered ut this threat, and she, a tainty. Caruiel, in which cuse 1 will tive, .Many sudden amination you said tbat you stopped "It was called 'A Legend of Francis Livery, Feed and Sale mother to ine from my cradle, started pour out but one glass and drink that deaths are caused still as you crossed tbe floor at the I.' It was not a novel, but a little tale by it heart disInstinctively to catch me. hut the feel myself.' time, thinking tba your sister called. 8De follud lu smne old magazine, it ease, pneumonia, Stable lug left her before she had tukeu two "Sbe wus in a fever uow and desheart failure or and that you looked back at her to had a trreut effect unou ua. 1 have steps, and sbe stopped still 'Drop perate. Death wus In tbe room. 1 apoplexy are often see." p never forgotten It" your hand!' she cried 'I waut to see felt It in my lifted hair und In ber Bus Meets all Trains the result of kid"Yes. sir." "Can you relate this tale to us In a your whole fare while I ask von one strangely drawu face, if I screamed ney disease. If "Were ber bonds crossed then?" few words?" last question could not read the who would hear me? 1 uever thought kidney trouble is : Ky. "Yes. sir; Just tbe same." "1 will trv. It was very simple. It note. Why did you come here?' of tbe telephone, and I doubt if she PuLJr allowed toudvance "And afterward, when you came merely told bow a young girl marred dropped my hand and she stood star- would have let me use it then. Tbe meitiuney-poison-,Jr.".-- czjoiz)o1fbiro1czziop JrU cd blood will at from the fire after waiting some little her beuuty to escape the attentions of ing; then she uttered I cry and run power she bad ulways exerted over rwraimi time for courage?" organs, causing catarrh of tbe great king and what respect be alqulckl toward me 'Whnf la lr' aiw me was very strong In her at this mo- tack the vital brick-dus1 here were no signs of ways showed her after tbat, even call"Yes. yes. the bladder, t or sediment in n.ed 'What has happened to yon? la ment. Ub. sbe was dead quite ing ber sister." It the shadow of " 'Shall I drink alone?' she repeated, the urine, head ache, back ache, lame movement. buck, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous- dead." "1 caught ber by the band. ! could "While you were holding your slaI cried and out. 'No.' at which ber ness, or the kidneys themselves "No statements. Miss Cumberland. ters nands in what you supposed to peak uow. 'Adelaide,' said I, 'you hand went to her breast, aa I bad so down und waste away cell by cell. break or Sbe looked the a me. and you saw no be her nuai moments, did you observe are uot the only oue to love to the long expected und Madder troubles almost always result saw tbe glitter point of hurt. 1 love you. Let this ut u little vlul as she drew it forth. from a derangement of the kidneys and change in tbe position ot her hands?" whether or not sbe still wore on ber ninny peope) arc now uuing "None. They were Just as 1 left finger the little scar be witness.' Then, as ber " 'Ob. Adelaide!' I begun, but sbe better health in tbat organ is obtained curious ring given ber by Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic quickest by u proper treatment of the kid-ne- them." eyes opened and bhe staggered. 1 needed me no more than the dead. Mr Kanelagh and known aa ber en- Swamp-Roo- t "Can you say sbe did not clutcb or gage me id ring?" corrects inability to The new toilet germicide powder to be caught her to my breast und bid my "On leuvlug home she had put on a bold dlbsolved in water as needed. face on her shoulder 'You say that long coat with pockets, und this coat and urine and scalding pain in passing it, grip ber throat during auy of this "Yes. I uot only saw it. but felt It overcomes that unpleasant ami tomorrow I shall be free to receive was still on ber and the pockets gap-lug- . of being compelled to go often necessity Ume'r" It was the only one she wore on ber For all toiletmore hygienic uses It is thiougb "Yes. yes. 1 couldn't have forgotten better and economical. notes, lie will uot wish to write them Thrusting bet other hand Into one the day, u.id to get up many times during left hand." To cleanse and whiten the tomorrow The beuuty ne liked la gone. of these she drew out a little flask the night. The mild und immediate effect It If sbe had done that. I remember Mr. Fox pressed his advantage. teeth, remove tartar and every move she made so well. Sbe the great kidney remedy If it weighed overmuch with him, then covered with wicker and set It on a oi Swamp-Root- , "And when you rose from the lounge prevent decay. you und I are ou u plane again or 1 stand beside her Then she pulled out is soon realized. It stands the highest be- didn't do that." To disiafect the mouth, de"When, after telephoning, yoo re- and crossed your sister's bands?" cause of its remarkable health restoring , am on an Inferior oue. Your Joy will two small glasses and set them down stroy diaease and "It waa still there. 1 put that band A trial will convince uuoue. turned to the room where your sister purify the breath. be sweeter for this break.' also, aod then sbe turned her buck. 1 uppermost" Swam is pleasant to take and is lay you glanced at (be lounge?" To keep artificial teeth and "She starred, raised my bead from could bear tbe drop drop of the liquor, sold "And left tbe ring on?" "Yea; 1 could not help It" by all druggists in fifty-cen- t and bridge work cleuu, odorless ber shoulder, looked ut uie and shud- and dark a tbe room was it seemed to one dollar size buttles. You may have a "Ob. yea; oh. yea!" Her whole atti- To "Was It in (be same condition aa PMeott nicotine from the teeth and . dered, but no lunger with hate. turu darker till I put out my hands like sample bottle und a book that tells all when you left (ba pillows, 1 mean?" were full of protest tude and face purify the breath after smoking. In u auddeu olght about it, both sent free by mail. Address, she whispered, 'the story the one groping "So that, to tbe beat of your belief, To eradicate perspiration and body-odorHut "11 think so. I cannot aay. 1 everyming cleared before me when sbe Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamtou, N. Y. only half looked. 1 waa tory J read you of Francis 1. and' by KMinge bathiug. terrified by It was still on your slater's finger when When writing genThe best aiitibeptic wash known. you left the room?" "Yes. 1 agreed, 'that made me turned wound again, features set like erous offer in mention reading thismake It" this paer. Don't Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, think. Bar knees bent under ber; abe hers force themselves to ne seen "Certainly, sir; certainly." "Can you aay tbey bad not been disbut remember the name, "8b advanced, a glass lu either any mistake, and don't let a dealer bell turbed?" aank at my feet, but ber eyes uever There was alarm In her tone now. iutlamedeyea. Heals sorethroat.wounda Swamp-Knot- , and cuts. 35 and 50 cts. a box, druvgUta And and El wood?1 hand. Aa she came the door swayed you something in place of Swamp-Roo- t left my face. "No. I can aay nothing. But what Sbe was beginning to see tbat hex or by mail postpaid. Huuiple Free. f you do you will be disappoiutci. 'Ut koowa uoihuu: 1 dill not make up and the walls seemed to now together on Page Seven does- "TM PAX TON TOttKT CO.,Bu.tM.M.m. iK-st- rn The House of the KATHARINE GREEN I Whispering Pines I I j f s DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist Weatl.erl.olt, Notary Public g 1 W Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds sac-riOc- e. 1 I 1 I -- I tracts and other documents Mortgages, I 1 f 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 Tree 1 I 1 1 d $3.50 - The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. - & I I mm Hardinsburg, -- 1 Instead of Liquid Antiseptics Peroxide gvi-ius- Car-mei- The House of the Whispering Pines H- - ANNA KATHARINE 1910. GREEN Copyright. by Ann Katharine 10 tlmony ( urtt - mm entirely neiprui us sin- had been bil 10 expect "Can you nny whether you Birth OS any ee pee to I chili in the bnli when you went out pa telephone?" i "I don't remember whs almost in- Artbnr sensible." "Mnt you do the door iictiind "Yes was " mile HI DOT having shut viiii In the r v l tin An open window ;i WtMl lie hull -- that i at Ibis rime Ion nt siii b ti s to prove-op- en Hum the expres of I he lory as I could sec i think ne luui irred it The in ih snme nexi puini tie untile line Had tie in nil me nine fe irs In the iHllKllim iit'itrd am she in inr could not i "Yes; many liin"Can ymi ilexiTiin- tiii- - imIiT" t ne wer nt hi kii.ii- iso: tn' i Hi nlnnc .itirl,..,! ullulV II was the puiii ni in iiteti inn Once I heard n riiliiiui whiihI it was when the pint's loiied ww vim for an instant IHII noil kiiov w hat It was It WHS nil I'eri lf:tfl tu "Was this rusiiiiii.' sniiiiii oii h as a window mlKlit m.iue on hwino opened?" I didn I "Possibly think of It at the time, but it might have rteetl " "From wbnt direct Ion did it roine?" "Back of me. for I turned my head n n,,i - - I i i I laide came In." "A near sound or a far?" "Far, but I cannot locate It Indeed, 1 forgot I cannot It In a moment." "But you remember It now?" "Tea." "And cannot you remember now any other noises than those you speak of? That time you stepped into the hall when your teeth chattered, you know-d- id you hear nothing then but the sighing of the pines?" She looked stnrtled. Her hands went tip. and one of them clutched at her throat; then I hey fell, and slowly, carefully, like one feeling his way, she answered: did hear some"I had forcotten. thing n sound In one of the doorway. It was very faint a sigh a a I don't know what. It conveyed nothing tome then and not much now. But you asked, and have answered." "You have done right. Miss Cumberland. The Jury ought to know these fncts. Was It a human OtgtoT" "It wasn't the sigh of the pines." "And you beard It In one of the doorways? Which doorway?" "The one opposite the room In which I left my sisier." "The doorway to the large hall?" "Yes. sir." Oh. the sinister memories! The moments which I myself had spent there 1 1 about." "Where were you at the time?" "At the hearth. It was before Ade- "ARB YOU BEADY TO SWEAR YOU DID NOT BEAU A BTKP?" after this time of her passing through the hall, thank Godl but not lone after. And some one had been 1 Am Well" writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, 1 feel like a new woman." To In lnno The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. there before me: Hn It Arthur r day " I hen he threw up his head and smll funnel lieing Innment, who could be guilty but he? I knew of no one. The ed a slow sarcastic smile at Mr. Mof misery under which had suffered was fat. only lightened, not removed. "Miss ('umlieriand, are you ready to To re continue! swenr that you did not hear a step at that time or see a face?" FUNERAL FOR A CAT. "Yes, sir." "That you only beard a alghT' Mourners Filled Four Carriages Laid "A slph. or something like one." Out 1n 3tate Before Ceremony. "You went right on?" Following an elaborate funeral cer "Immediately." enmny in the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Knierltig ihe telephone room?" Kdwiu Klrtry of Philadelphia their pet "Yes." cat, (iyp. was laid to rest In Frauds "The door of which you shut?" A lot Ind been ptir- "1 do not know. I roust have, but vale ceineier.v. based fpf Hie deceased feline and n r"N!ver mind eiplanatlona. Yon do Utile crave 6sg in which to lower the not know whether you ahnt it or tiny 001 casket. Mr. ami Mrs. Klrliy and tlielr dntigh whether some one else shut It?" ter, Frances, did no attempt to re "I do not." bOOQOlOO, They strain iheir grief during 11 The words fell welchtily. Bofott the baftal OjTP was laid out In to strike every heart. seemed to to ol tbo Kirliy home, and the "Miss Cumberland, you hare said friends and neighbors were invited tO that you telephoned for the police." take a last look. "Y'es. for help." ;.p was nineteen yenrs old when "You were some minutes doing this, bo list off flic last of his nine mortal you say?" coils BO had been ill the Klrliy fain "1 have reason to think so. but I and he had Ily since fclttOPDOOdi don't know definitely. The candle grown up as the Ih'IovciI pet of Miss I went out than seemed shorter when Frances Kirliy Silting around the lit when I came in." tie Mof ii which the CO Pi MM rest "Are you sure you telephoned for ed, the members of I lie family related help?" tearfully Ihe multitude of ndventnres "Help was what I wanted help for had been crowded Into (Jyp's life. my sister. 1 do not remember my that had been the nest Intelligent of He words," cats, the most faithful of cats. Ills "And then you left the building? knowlngness often seemed more than going for my little bag." "After human. "Did you see any one then or hear OjTp died ot old age. When the end any one?" MM Mr. Klrliy hurried out to nn un"No, sir." dertaker's shop nnd bought n casket. "Did you see your sister ngaln?" ThO cemetery lot had been purchased "1 have said that 1 Just glanced at in advance. There were four carriages the couch." In the funeral cortege that followed "Wouldn't you know If the pillows QfP to his last resting place. had been disturbed T "No. sir not from the look 1 gave child is the unhappy The tbetn." She is a pert miss who has disturb- child. "Then they might have been the edmight even have been rearranged learned early to regard over-mucpomps and vanities of life, or she is a without your knowing It?" poor discontented little victim, who has They might" "Miss Cumberland, when you left never had a chance lor childish play and the building, did you leave It alone?" looks with envy at the ragged little "1 did." tumbling urchins who make nnd pics "Was the moon shining?" at the roadside. Uniontown Telegram. "No; It wns snowing." Did the moon shine when you went to throw the vial out of the window?" WORK ON MAINE WRECK. "Yes, very brightly." Bright enough for you to see the Idea of Constructing Second Cofferdam links?" Has Been Abandoned. didn't look at the links." The nrni" offlcom working on the "Where were you looking?" wi-k of tl Maine in Havana harbor "Behind me, " have abandoned the idea of coiistrucl-Iria"When you threw the vial out?" a small cofferdam w ithin the large "Yes." Ann (hat now surrounds the vessel for "What was there behind you?" tho PUT POP of Inclosing the forward "A dead sister " Oh. the lndesciib port of the wreck and giving access to able tonel tho very bottom of the structure. In "Forgive me. Miss Cumberland; I do ste-i- o system of bracing is now being not want to trouble you. but was there placi d that will so strengthen the walls not something or some one In the of tho existing dam as to make it room besides your dead sister COpohlO of ntfiotlnj the enormous to make you look back?" strain that will bo imposed when the "1 saw uo one. But 1 looked back workmen remove the mud at the bol do not know why." torn to n depth sufficient to expose tho "You threw the vial out without look st"ol plate. ing?" As this work of bracing goes on ex "1 felt It slip from my hand." port! plyin-- T the little aeetyline-oxygo"Where?" tor lies are steadily cutting up the "Over tho window lodge." Mi'i'nt mass of tangled si eel beams and Triumph for the defense. The post pistes with a rapidity far greater than tlon of the viol, caught In the vines, fOOld bo realized by the use of the old was accountci f.r In a very natural fnshlonot rbleel and oMgohonnof. manner. nd It Is expected that by the lime the Mr. Fox shifted his Inquiries. mud diggers have uncovered Ihe "You have said that you wore a hat plates of the forward hull most and coat ol your brother's In coming :if the steel above will have been cut to the ci'iMi'Uise. Ild yon keep these iwav and removed. articles on? "No: I lot 'hem In the lower hall " Congressman Johnson "Where In Hie lower hall?" "On the raep there " Had Big Audience. Hit "Was Tonr " "Not tliei sir "Yet yon .nrni ,ne rack?" Hen JuDIMOA.'l , Congressman "1 felt fo it, I knew where It was." peeoh ut Danville was beard with you left the door "Miss Civ .t"tvi approval bj a tisr u went out of the enthusiastic unlocked when building?" audience. He paid bio respects to "No no. I didn". I ni:d the key. and tlie Republicans in vigorous fnstv locked it. But I didui realize this till ion. His ai raiiriinit lit of ,Judre went to untie my horse: then 1 found He exposed (lie keys in my hand Hut 1 didn't gu O'Bcuf was tenilic. I lie insincerity of the Republican back." "Do you mean that you didn't know leader who acce; led a noininatu n you locked lie door?" on a platform which he is now "1 Uou't remember whether 1 knew Mr. John-su- n or not at the time. I do rememlier be trying to repudiate. lug surprised and a little frightened lied new light 00 the position when saw the keys. But I didn't go of Caleb Powers in this cnnte-- l tack." "Yet you telephoned for the police?" He heartily endorsed the Demo"Yes." , cratic ticket as the strongest ever "And then locked them out?" named in Kentucky, and pledg"1 didn't care 1 didn't care." Ad Infinite number of uuestions fol- ed every mun on it his heart' suplowed. Cert n In facts had tB be brought port. Danville out. among them the blowing off of her hat on that hurried drive home through the ever thickening snow storm a fact easily accounted for ; Today the need for better ; when one considered the thick colls of J wagon roads is greater than at J! hair over which It bad been drawn. ll any previous time in history. "After you went Into the stable to ' The belief has been proved f alia- " oious that as railroad mileage unharness your horse what path did increased the need for good J you take In returning to the house?" )) country roads would diminish, jj "There Is only one " "Did you walk straight through It?" ii The fact has been establiahed that the greater the railroad it was "As straight as i could, ') mileage the greater the move- - . . snowing beuviiy. and I whs di.zv and , i ment of freight or. the common IP I may felt strange. have zigzagged a roads that act as feeders to the j little." It has been shown railroads. "You are sure that you did oot wan that over bad roads in the United States a team on the dor In back of the stable?' worat hauling aeason is able to "As sure as I can be ot anything" transport on an average only "Miss Cuiiiherlaiid. I have but a tew about 800 or 900 pounds, while .', Will you look more questions to ask in France every good draft horse at this portion of a broken bottle?" is expected to be able to draw It was , , 3,300 pounds a distance of eight- She reached out her baud trembling visibly, and ber face ex eon miles any day in the year. pressed a deep distress, but she took the piece t broken bottle and looked at it before passing It back Concrete Fence "Mis Cuuiberlaud. did you ever see that bit of hrokeu glas before?" "No." abe said "I may have seen a The haira of Ditto are hav-In- tf whole bottle like that at some tune in a concrete fence built orounk the the clubhouse, tint I have no memory family graveyard on tho old Ditto at all." of this broken eud-D- oua ploce, now owned by Dr Morwick. "1 am obliged to you. Mum Cumberland. 1 wUi trouble you no mora to Tbo Ditto Farm ta near Brandenburg. I STIPHFNSPORT c w mini ik U a 01 1MW tiiiiiiioiii.il a tm . rr Ml fOO Mr. Cleorgia Sirger.t is visiting- re in Owtniborotmd FonUvilie - Mr. and Mr Albct McKauglian and children, of Cloverport. wart guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoyd Sunday. Thomas Smith will move his family to Tell City this weak. They will be missed very much and we art sorry to set them leave. Mrs Merry Hasham was called to Louisville to set her daughter, Mrs (Vregory, who is very ill. Jeff Tomer left last week for Virginia to look for a location. Mrs. William Honks has returned from a very delightful trip to Saint Louis. Dr. Geo. Shirley and wife entertained uict a number of their friends Wednesday everting Uefreshmer.U were served, and the music by Prof. Let timer and wife, of Leavenworth, Ind., was very much enjoyed by all They were assisted with the music by Miss Ksther I'ayr.e. Jerry Lcnnon came over from and accompanied his grandfather, K. A Smith to Louisville to attend the wild west show. Miss Grace Taylor Driskell has returned ftom Springfield, 111., where she spent the summer with relatives. Mrs. Forest Beauchamp has returned to her home in Central City, Ind., accompanied by her mother, Mrs. L. Kobmson. We were glad to hear from our friend Mrs. A Moseley, and enjoyed those lines from her as we always did, and they hring back to memory days. Yes, the passing of summer is sad indeed and these September days, while bright and beautiful, arc the saddest of the year to me. The forests will soon change their lieautifu! robes of green to gold and brown, and the icey robe of winter will strip them o their beauty. We recall these words: ' The summer is passed, the harvest is ended, and we are not saved." Miss Nannie Hall, of Union Star, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. A Smith. Mrs. A.K (.'ashman is spending a in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Kichard McAfee spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shellman, near 1'nion Star. Mr. Bwingi of Haskett, was the guest of his niece, Mrs. K. F. Connor Sunday. William l'etitl has returned from Tell City. Miss Hettie Kincheloe, of Hardins-curg,i- s the guest of Mr. and Mrs finis. Tinius. Mrs. W. D. Basham and Mrs. W H. Jolly, of Sample, were in town last week shopping Wheeler Thompson and family have moved to Tell City. Mr. Masterson.two sons and daughter Will Gedlinf and little daughter, Rub t and Johnnie Stiff, of Amnions, will leave for California the latter part of the week. Mrs. Harvey Knglish, Jr. and little son, Harvey, was the guest of Mrs. fcf, E. Mcf'ubbms, Sunday. Miss Ida Wagnor, of Ilites Kun. is the guest of her brother, Chas. Wag-nore few-day. Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. - Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock W ork line. Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our Estimates on Application J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN SON Granite and Marble over-dresse- d h Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. :- -: CLOVERPORT. KY. Real Estate Department Do you want to buy term or booJnMi I If you Ho yon may find JUt what you need in this department. If you arejinteresk-e- d in any of the following proprieties write no ut once for owner's ninie and addrnno. If DOM of tlie.se place- - suit you, write us at oncft tolling do you want it and let us introduce you to the man vrho ha- - the von 1 r what are looking for. and fair in price. and'where'you want very property We rtjcotnuMnd tho following properties m being productiTf 1 n Want to Sell your farm or buaneofll If yoa for your property, send price and description at onco and let us tta W you how we hrina: buyer ami seller together. This department is conducted solely for the pnrpoM of enabling buyers and seders of farms or business proprieties to make ipiick saes Do You want cash Jno. INO. I , D. ' Babbage Mr liu. No. 10 w'' ZlPlZt 'ESS Bewb.rn. excellent icbool. crib, oood ;t mi (fen railroad, Md OUIIrt roaauimbijr will.. buote ; well w;iu-r- -r 100 cre ll. MV.'rv nl II near Sample ; one mile (ton acboo Kortx tuna. Price H.0M) .,.. bOt-tor- n county; H mile of poblic aencol, ntfle piaded acboo 1, Rood land No. .3 MfaeiW l m from Kkron. Meade l o. IVsi ' ' II - ., . i : TlViririns iw,ti WWZ limij I.I ..... j,. iiijiiiuic i..i . i n....r.v..r 111 la. II. in iiiu. Iiu.it landliii:. n r. . i t 000001 . mihmi i ii. i,ri) . n- - i Urea baking is guaranteed a sue cess if you ue Lewisport 11EST Flour. I Goes To Conference V. J. Pifgptt) of Irvington, is attending the Methodist Conference Ht Greenville. He is a member of the 1 I joint bord of tinmce of tne Owei'sboro and Biiiabothlown conferences. -- 1 HOLT Mrs. Gross, who has been on the aick list, is convalescent. Pejple ate getting along line cutting toljucco. Mrs. Amcric Miller is visiting Mrs. Jesa Miller. Jess Miller 1ns bought a lot at Clover-por- t, and will build right away. We have some fine crops here. Thia is the place to make money. Mesdames America Dell, Miunie Withers, Marie Adkissnn, add Miss Uettic Allen, of Stephenaport, were guests of Mrs. Jess Miller Sunday. Bread baking guaranteed a nuecesi if you use Lewisport BEST limn. a i. las acres 8 atllea eaal of Kardlus-isiI7 acres. Rood and level land ban, I miles Dorth of ll.irn.-iirn l .ill land nllmrmtt tv.,i sslle of eh urea and school, it od huiidmvs located : nili from IrrlmrUin. Ppina SB SAfl H0 :ii"en gOO3 nr.-lird and water: ami feoOaa, Hricefi.-2i- 0 In tuiilitT, 10 acres Hi. e white oaks I ''""' in ! room dweillnR and a va.ley; 5 nouses, I arite tobacco bnruj 2 hall ;fteoan miles ..uth aO acres. alllovii acres in or-l14 well S chard and Rraea; plenty ol timber, iifKirk, nearsslle from scnool K.iute.watoreS. s sjirliiRs turn; on Kiir.u lasllnu aurtnOi i;hh1 iiweilint. b rooius and beili oisoi and uea bottee, leeiMt liousts wo I . Ihacr. s. too level; all can lu . w. . 4. .... riK'ins. toboooo Darn, staibie and corn erii). .Nn ,,H., jod ilO1 yards from Mei,aady and school lieuse. teed barns, hu ipbusc Darn; 3 dwelllunai 3 miles from Price H.4M, Kaaf u mw. r.as terms Mtiupie. . iuo acres Rood Md oeai Basin ivrt O gprtaga, Breekeorldye count. ODa IVI.v C III acres mlla K ist of lllnn Vi Dean; rood, strong lime stoao of the lu st seetiuils ll) Ihe county leotl, watered by welts aod sprluas, on i:od. vi 7 Ifi acres I atlle South of Bock rale, county road, near Rood school ami churches. J t, k) level i.ind. I room dwellloK hew tobacco harn co I yl.'Jn.i. .: stock liarnt, uses. line lover an urasM seaanl house awl nscooaery outbulldlnoa. IJood teuant h 1IK. Price land, t'rlee i.'hiiiil liouso and ehuteh In :i yards 1, 050 rush. I3i acres located 1 mile north of I ' I in les fr.ini Kirk, dwell- UcQuady Price) Mfk H. in Isiu. 1H story i rooms an porch. ha Knee In yearly payments. OOd well, small Imi.int heuse, fOOd hiruaud and stable, aoud nreliard. No 17 OS) ncree located near Irvlnoton furms In the acres i" on O Ir v '"" ir.e"is iooother; 114 acre and that section. I'hlslsom of slate of euitl . it ton nOet hlfXh In the ft uores Mardtnaburg ; ion acres :i i well Improved !I'Rood orchard well watered; laatle-troan Ideal place Price flO IHW: cash. bolaOOO miles from H.irneU; '4 mile of KlOSOVOOd I'll easy payments. col lose. A i t lfl u. I lU. iO. ' I ad . aj. lu 10. $3 ilVa ; Mt'.-.wnjj- 0t acres, 0 units fro.u (iustoa, miles (run Irvlnjrton; well watered lays well Rood vouiir orchard roou rural route; SCOOOl house few yards llmbnrion fro n house; improvements; Rood four room dwelling with kitchen on hack porch; twj Rood h irus; b i rn and teneul OOOM ami Ota tern hack In the tieid; meat and lieu house; wood shed; will sell on easy payments; plenty of sm ill fruit. Further particulars address .Iuo. U. HahhARe, Cloverport. Ky. likjk : I ; ; ing; log dwelling. 3 rooms and side room i good stable ; 'i tobacco barns I tenant housea. Pieuty ot good Umber for farm purpoaeai good oind to clear. Price t.'.OOo i cash. - SaI.K A farm containing SMOOMO and under fence. A nice cottaRe i!f tve 5 room,, two cisterns, a wailed cellar with a store room over It. two goo stock btrnai apple and peach one tenant house; about trees, also pears, qalaoas and apricots; most all kinds of small fruits. Including a nice (WM) Snt ISt acres four miles' west of vluyard of choicest grapes; 300 acr Jler?d 9afe,Vvv Qlendeane, In ss from branch balance woods Im acres lu grass, serarsl railroad all fresh land; 100 acres in cultiva- grtives of black locust sufficient for posts ft tion 40 acres u Kras; will produce the best win-th-L II whole farm lu. ll lies near Ksrcr price Is to.000 pi is It. U K It. corn, wheat and tohiceo lo neigh liorhood on water, well at door of dwell loi..- a ud easy payments. plenty Foil -- iJ 111 ; ; I ; Mr. Jarrette Writes From Dallas. Texas. J J 1 Money Received, But No Name Signed To Letter From McQuady Dear Mr. Babbage: Kncloao you will find one dollar for which please credit my subscription to your paper for one year from date of expiration, Aug. If, I9II. The News ia almost like a letter in our home; we could not do without it. McOusdy. Ky. 1 $3.50 Louisville Kveuing Poet and Breckenndge News one year 3 )0. My Dear Friend, John: You will lind enclosed $1 for renewal of your valuable and highly esteemed paper. It is better than u letter from my old home town. I get news in it from ull over the county concerning many of my old friends. Old Brecketiridge and her people will ever be dear to me. I am glad to see that you have a good, clean State Democratic ticket this time, but very orry to learn that my friend, D H. Severs, failed to get the nomination for representative. I don't know the young man that got the nomination, but kuow They all the old familiea of Norton's. were all good citizens 1 could heartily 1 support him on his school and temperance questions. You will please send me the copy of your paper containing the beginning of vour continued story. 1 am glad to see that your county fair was u luccess in every way. With well wishes to you and your am, yours truly, paper, 1 Dallas, Texas, Sept. I;. J. W. Jarrette. 1911. Hurrah! check Hurrah! My Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclose rind for one dollar to pay for the Newt one year. Hurrah for Mr. Marshall Norton! I never met him but my hat it off for our man, all the same. Luck to the News and "Mr. John de Baptist " Nobe W. ltendrn k, Clover Creek, Ky. PUBLIC SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE On Account ol sickness I was prevented from offering my herd of jerseys at the recent sale of C. L. Beard. I now make the date of sale MONDAY, OCTOBER 9th (the first day of big court) Cows 2 to 4 years old bred to freshen during the winter and spring, in fine condition, will be offered. g butter cow will Also heifers bred to a registered sire will be sold. Anyone desiring a do well to attend this sale. Sale will be held at my barn in Hardinsburg, beginning at 1 o'clock, October 9th. For further particulars address high-testin- F. M. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE i LATEST NEWS FROM I School Opens With Largest ttendance Ever-T- he A- Engage- ment Of Miss Nellie Blanch Simmons To Mr. Glen Bandy Announced. OTHER LIVE ITEMS. The engagement of Mis Nellie Blanch Simmons and Mr. Glen Bandy, both of this city, has been announced. The wedding will take place on Wednesday, October the eleventh at the home of the bride. Miss Mary Alexander spent two days of last week in Louisville as the guest of her aunt, Miss Marv Alexander. The State Sunday School Convention meets at Louisville next month Every school in the county can reach the convention this year thrqugh its delegates. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mattingly, of Cloverport, are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly. Newsom Gardner was in Louisville last week on a business trip. Miss Ida Waggoner has gone back to Stephensport after being the guest of Mrs. A. T. Adkins. Miss Beverley Cain has reached her mission post in Uurango, Mexico. She well pleased with her station. Miss Josie Brady has returned from Louisville, where she has been spending several days. Miss Nannie McGehee left Friday for Hopkinsville where sne will spend the winter with her uncle anil aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Wallar. Mrs. I'aul Snyder, who has been visiting Mrs. J. J Ti Lord, has returned to Louisville. Miss Ada Stit'n left Friday for Louisi- ville. The public school h is out grown its raiment. The elementary grades need more commodious rooms. Three teachers are employed in the public school and two at th- - ooitogi . Teachers and pupils are busy .u.d happy. , Mr and Mr.-.- Jan, Crawford, of wer.- guest.- - of Dr. L.B More-meand Mrs. Moremen for several day s of this week-MrsE. H. Jolly will return toda.-froLouisville, where he visite friends tor two Mrs. Kate Henderson, of Sin Fr.iu-cisco- , Cal., after .peiding ten days a id fri ia Is left Friere with relat-ve-day for I'eorii, 111., for a visit before returning home. Mrs. J. H. Couley an! sou, Hugh, of Birminghaw, A:.i. : h vn returned from Owensboro where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Koote for a wi ek. . New-Albany. The Mission Society of the Methodist church held a profitable meeting on Tuesday afternoon. A large part of the pledge was met by free wiil offerings. Mis. , T. Mattinglv, who has been seriously ill, is improving. Mrs. Fred Howard and little daughof Louisville, after ter, Elizabeth, spending last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J no. Nevitt at Basin Spring, h ive returned. R A. Crider's house on Maple Ave , Ben is being pushed to completion. McCoy and Miss Eva Carrigan are employing large forces on their residences. These residences will all be ornaments to the residence portion of the town. Mrs. Bettie Roberts, vho has been the guest of relatives in Custer, has returned home. Miss Blanch Jolly has returned after a visit to Mrs. Charlie Beard in Hardinsburg Raymond Nevitt, of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. J do. Nevjtt, Mas gone to Paris, Texas, where he will visit relatives befcre leaving for California. Mrs. Nora Board spent last Sunday in Louisville. The following young people spent Sunday at Moravia with friends: Misses Willa Drury. Nellie Smith, Eva and Mabel McGlothlan, Messrs. Johnnie Johnson ami J. S. Younger, chaperoned by Mrs. K. B. McGlothlan and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jolly. Mrs T. N. McGlothlan goes to Rome this week to viit her siter, Mrs. Adam Anspach. Mrs. Geo. L'hrig, of Chicago, visited her father, J no. M.iseiman, for a last week. f Guston, spent Miss Mary Smith, the week end he;e with Mr. and Mrs LaRue Cox. Mr. and Mrs, Will Head, of Oweiis-boro- , ar the gue-- i of Mrs. Aliie for a wn e Mi. Riley Lamb left last week for Garrett, Ky , woere she will visit relatives. "Hrcad baking is guaranteed a suec ss ii you use the LiP-r- l BEST KIjui". few-day- s Cla-comb FIVE HUNDRED Cross Health -- People Visit Red Car At Irvington Dr. Kerner Lectures To Large Crowd Irvington, Sept. 18 (Special) The Red Cross Health exhibit car that is visiting all the principal cities and towns of Kentucky passed through our town last Wednesday. While Irvington does not look so big on the map but when it comes to the count representation and results it rivals some of the largest cities of the State and to prove tnis statement, during Dr. Kugen: Kerner's sojurn here, there were five hundred and sixty-livpeople visited the car in one day. Owensboro, pre vious to the stop bere, was the banner town during this instructive tour of Dr. e BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: '','.) years f honorable dealing. Passed throofh three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never sealed a check. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 Kerner. Irvington's ambition for to be at the head of the race for all good things, she reports the smallest per cent of death rate of any city or town in the State. On the following evening Dr. Kerner gave an illustrated lecture at the Methodist church to a crowded house, Election Commissioners Appointed For November. Election Commissioners: (i. D. Shell- man, Dennie Sheeran and J V. StClalr met Wednesday and appointed the following officers for the November election. j Correct and Latest Styles in. Saving In The Home. We are to d bv cne who is snnnosed to know, tnat .he wastefulness of the family income must be laid to the charge of the women of the family;! but wnile it is very easy to make such statements, it is sometimes hard to prove them. Systematic saving in a family is impossible, says Elliot Flower, without tiie active of the husband and wife The wife must be accepted as a lull partner, and treated as such. In a large measure, she is tne disbursing agent, and it is Mrs. J. H. Miles Takes pleasure in announ Chg the OPENING of her fall and Winter MILLINERY at (he store of J. S. LOVE, Irvmjftuii Kentucky The Smartest Hats Correct Trimmings PRICES REASONABLE Mail Orders Solicited McGary, of Hardinsburg, resay to hioi. "I won't give ycu a speci-tie- d turned home last week, after being the amount, but I'll naud you out a bit guest of her sister, Mrs. T. H. Hendermoney from time to time, as you son of Forrest Compton went to Irvington seem to need it," tnac man wouid make a roar that could be heard in Mars. He Tnursday. couldn't stand trie uncertainty. But a Mr and Mrs. Fate Norton were the good many men expect their wives to guests of H. H. Norton and family stand just that kind of treatment. 1 Tuesday. tniuk any woman would rather nave a Miss (issye 1'ayne entertained a numcertain sum on a certain day, or week, ber of her friends Sunday. Those or month than a somewhat larger year- present were: Misses Alta and Mildred ly totai split up in payments that vary St Clair. Nannie Belle and lessie Car-deas to amount and regularity. System, Messrs. I'eyton and David Clay-comin the matter of providing for family Krnest and Forrest Compton, L. expeus.'s, is a saving in Itself a very E. Henderson ana William Prout. considerable saving. In other words, Jesse Wright was the guest of his I think M.Joo a year, thus give n, is the sister, Mrs. Hugh McGavoek, last equivalent cf 1,400 or $1,500 turned week. over to the disbursing agent, or ou an Burn to Mr. and Mrs. June Haumau, erratic plan of a few dollars, varying Sept. 15, a girl in amount, at irregular times. It is abMiss Essye Kendall has purchased a solutely necessary to successful saving, new piano. that we know just what is ueeded for Miss Vera McGavoek was the guest li.viug expenses, including all reasonot Miss Ossye Fayne Friday. able pleasures. It li difficult to tystcm-izDr Mock, of Indiana, was here oue part of a busiucss while all the several days last week of it is ruuniug without any sysrest Abe McGavoek, of Cloverport, was tem. Find out what is needed, and how it can best be used, pay into the fam- the guest of Dan McOavock last week. ily purse as regularly as you would Mrs. James Kurtz spent Friday the make payments on a note, aud leave guest of her mother, Mrs. Georgia the matter ia the had of the "disbursing agent,'' annually disposed of, Claycomb. Bread baking is guaranteed a sucin a business sense - Helen Watts Me Vey in The Commoner. cess if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Mrs. n, e decidedly important tnat the disours-inagent siiould know- wnat there is to disburse. It is not eujugh to give her what you car afford for housekeeping expenses" at irregular times and in varying amouats; stie must know what to expect, tor r.u woman can plan on an uncertainty, any than a man can, although she is frequently expected to do it. If a man's employer shou.d g Hardinsburg Precinct Nj. l:Jas W. where he magnified all the horrors of Miller and Chas. M Heston, judges; this dreadful disease and instructed the J. H. Withers, clerk; O. P. Ball, sheripeople by wnat way we might escape ff. tuDerculosi-sHardinsburg No. 2: Tom Gregory The car left Thursday and C. L Uruington. judges; Robert morning for Hardinsburg. Weatherford, clerk; Milt Davis, sheriff. Haidinsburg No, 3: D. S. Miller and PISGAH. C. E. Robbins, judges; D. D Dowell, clerk: Hubert DeJarnettc, sheriff. l'ro:'. James MeGovern is in HardinsHardinsburg No. 4: .Jubal Hook and burg this week. Jas. L. Ball, judges; Win. Ahl, clerk; Farmers are slaying tobacco this Mike Miller, sheriff. week. Their crops are fine. Cloverport No. 1: K. S. Carter and Rev. C. Goff, of Cave Spring, attend- L. V. Chapin, judges; Henry Solbrig, clerk.; J. C. Mattingly. sheriff. ed Sunday school here Sunday. Cioverport No. I: .1. A Barry and Misses Mattie and Esther Goatley Wm. Allen, judges; Robt. Polk clerk: Saturday and Sunday with the Joe B. Smart, sheriff. Misses Rice, of Free. Cloverport No. 3: Horace Newton Mrs F. M. Hates and daughter, Miss and H A. Oelze, judges; Marion McBessie, and Master Jesse, visited John Gavoek, clerk; W. V. Perkins, sheriff. MeGuvern at Hardin's School House Balltown: W. B. Taul and J. J. Kee-nan- , this week. judges; Tom Bates, clerk; T. M. R. F. Newman, of St. Joseph, III., is Hawk ns. sheriff. h me for a two weeks visit. Stephensport: S. H. Dix and A. A. Missts Grace and Lenora Wilson and Claycomb. judges; J T. Hasham, clerk; Mr. Weathiugton, of Cloverport, were Jesse Walls, sheriff Mooleyville: H. O. Vessels and G B. Kuestsof Mr. and Mrs. Will Taul Saturday. Cunningham, judges; Edwin Egart, Geo. Knight, of Shelbyville, who has clerk; J. G. Brodie, sheriff. Union Star: W S. Cart and Sam been visiting his brother, J. W. Knight, Bassett. judges; Lonnie Hall, clerk; has returned home. R. F. Newman and Ira D. Wathen J. W. Brown, sheriff. Webster: R D. StClair and Harmcn spent Sunday in Louisville. Parks, judges; Hollis Draue, clerk; Several from here attended the H. F. Beard, sherilf. at Will McGovern's, given in Irvington: J. B. Herndon and W. J. honor of the Misses Wilson. Piggott, judges; Earl Uennttt, clerk; Rev. Argabright will preach at Fitgah John N. Akers, sheriff. church the first Sunday in October. Bewleyville: W.W. Keith and Chas. Bread baking success a KUarauteec. if Blanford, judges; D. C Heron, clerk; you use the Lewisport BKST Floui. John F. Meador, sheriff. Big Spring: C. C. Martin and W. T. Norns, judges; John Tucker, clerk; . enter-taiument Millinery at. FALL AND WINTER WILSON, OWEN & CO. GLEN DEAN, KY. Pattern Hats Ready-to-Wear Hats Mrs. Mary Lynch Has charge of the Trim ming Department .J ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS Of Baby's Arrival are made to order at The BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Office Printed in Old English or Engravers Text Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hundred with Envelopes WEBSTER Miss Lelia Stewart was the guest Miss Rutti Norton Sunday. of W. J. Miller, sheriff Custer: Tom Dyer and Jas. Haynes, judges; W. P. Komine, clerk; Charles Alexander, sheriff. I have the best of ray farm laud still uusold; will; sell for th Hudson: D. D. Carter and Geo. Roycash or a cash equivalent, the balance in payments to suit purchaser. alty, judges; Minor Gregory, clerk; This laud is locue 1 on the Hardinsburg aud I.eitchfield road, ten minutes' drive Mack Quiggins, sheriff. lrotu railroad station aud the same distance from Kiugswood where is loMo'ik: W. J. Ballman and I. L. Mil-tie- r, cated Kingswood College. District school will be built on or near this land judges; Virgil Goodman, clerk; If you want a larm don't fail to Bee this land. Also have two pair of Homer Pile, sheriff. work and a pair of large horses that I will sell. McDamel: John Carwile and Joe Write or Come to Hardinsburg Glasscock, judges; E. A. Moore, clerk; Henry Cannon, sheriff. Glen Dean: Jeff D. Owen and W. C. Kane, judges; ii. A. Whittlnghill, clerk; Hobt E Moorman, sheriff. Rockvale: Charles L. Fisher and hot as the devil today. Next winter Sugar Still Climbing. Henry Hall, judges; D. N. Howard, will be just as cold. " Then when winclerk; Walter Baxter, sheriff. ter comes the consumer is familiar The grocers of this city continue to with that particular heater. receive noticesof the advance in sugar, AHTHL'R UK1SBANK. Make Things Hot Every Day. and today it is as high as the proverbial cat's back. It has climbed so high FOOT BALL "AND BASKET- Writing a successful advertisement that housekeepers re curtailing its BALL AT HARDINSBURG use, while many an old is the most difficult thing in the busirooster accusness of writing. You can write an inTne members of the football and tomed to his regular toddy is taking teresting story about noses and every basketball teams have rented playing hls'n straight. It is said there is no man ail) feel of his nose and look In a grounds from Mrs. Taylor Beard, who relief in sight, with prospects for a glass. It concerns something which is generonsly, with line school spirit, higher raise. Richmond Climax. his. But In writing an advertisement turns the entire rental over for the you must first overcome his reluctance purchase of laboratory supplies. This Business Meeting. to read it. sort of liberality and will quickNewspaper advertising is the rapidly put our school to the front. The monthly business matting of the est and surest way of building a repuKpworth League will be held Tuesday tation. It pounds at the consumer every Cloverport School Closed. evening at 7 p. m. in the Methodist day. The trouble with the average man Ou accouut of the teachers institute church. All members are requested is that he will advertise a heater only , an ue when It is cold He should pick the at Hardinsburg the Cloverport Graded come early so the closed hottest day of summer aud say: "It is and High School is closed for this week in time for the cantata practice. DO YOU WANT A FARM? one-four- C. L. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. J me-i-i- tf