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The Breckenridge news: October 4, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911100401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 4, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEW 5 THAT'S VOi.. XXXVI BOOTLEGGER CAUGHT FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911. Use in the study of Biography Den-ni- e Hoper. How develop the pupils so as to re move timidity Misses Rena Hoard nd Margaret Sherron. Civics J. H. Pile. Pam No. 13 ATHELETICS LOSE GOLDEN ROD IN CLOVERPORT JWO GAMES DEBATING -- SOCIETY Intellectual Arithmetic place in Why? - Amos Defeated course of study. And Elects Officers- - Gives Box SupHardinsburg James Nottingham Arrested For Wood and Kavmond Casev. SatCloverport Game Here Selling Whiskey Marshal irammar its Correlation to other per And Clears Over Thirteen urday One Big Round Of Fun subjects Miss Kae Jarboe. On Him In Rear Hardin Ran Dollars-- Orders Traveling Sanitation as a school room factor R. Brown. Knotty. And Speedy-Act- ed Of Stader's Livery Stable 0. Penlck. Library Like Three Clowns Jenerl Discussion- - led by 8. A. 0. Dodson. FINED FORTY DOLLARS Address Prof. R Y. Maxey. D. W. DENHAM IN G Bahbage assessed a IM ,nd the necessary court cost trimmings upon James Nottingham last Friday for selliug whiskey in this rftty, in other words, dispensing booze Nottingham tJjl a bootlegger. Mr swung into the city last Frulay with a if rii full of liquor encased in bottles of various dimensions, and began putting it out pretty lively. He had not been long on his job until marshal Hillary Hardin ran on him in the rear of Stader's livery stable. He was seen to take money from two parties and pass over the article, and he was immediately arrested and put in the lockup. Nottingham was pretty drunk himself when arrested and it was this probably that gave him away. He was tried the following day and convicted on two counts, and fined t2'.00 for ach. The court's order was that he should pay the amount or work it out upon the streets of the city BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL DEATH COMES The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PH08PHATE t the Federal is taking Mtp for the conservation of the mcs-e- l ami the continuation or the shell ftepfrty is additional incentive to the further de velop-nen- t of the industry Courier-Jourtiul- . iov.-rnme.i- Judge V of 40 hi. AUTOMOBILES GET BAD The association will begin at ten a. Every patron, pupil, and other in. Friday's sc re IS to 1 in favor of Clover persons in the Fourth Educational diport. vision are cordially invited to be presSaturday' score 16 tn 4 in favor of ent and lend us all the aid you can to Hariitnsburjr. make this one of the best associaNot much of a game too place Sattions in the county for the year. Very urday or Friday either, but more fun respectfully, A. Driskell, President: than has ever happened in this old D. C. Walls, town for ages. Brown, Knotty, and Speedy, of the Athletics, were perfect Second Death Since July clowns and cut one monkey shine after In Gregory Family. another for the crowd during the whole game. One of the cars from Hardinsburg Mary Hayes Gregory, the seven weeks got stuck in the mud on the edge of old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George the diamond during the game and a Gregory, of Louisville, died Friday. passenger cried for help. Such a gang The funeral and burial was held here that leaped through the diamond could Saturday. The child's death was caus not have been called forth quicker if ed from niarasus. the world had been set afire. They gave the car one big shove and then were nearly paralyzed with laughter. Appointments The teams then went into action again. Louisville Conference. Games were as follows says the Owens t. PRESIDENT PRETTY HOME WEDDING that of Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe and Mr. Will be Le-Roy Ramp. The wedding of Miss Anne Sterett Mr. LeKov Ramp will be solemnized at the home of her parents, Mr. and Sirs. John Crawford Jarboe, Wednesday, October the eighteenth at f&ree o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev. Mr. James T. Lewis, of Fords-ville- , will officiate Miss Kathrine Moorman and Miss Eva Bell Plank, Mr. John Feiix Jarboe and Mr. Sterett Jarboe will be rib bon bearers. The bride and groom will leave on the afternoon train for a trip east after which they will be at home Novem ber the first in Kansas City, Mo , where Mr. Ramp is a successful business man Mr. and Mrs. J. E Kamp, parents of Mr. Ramp; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brooco, of Chicago, are expected jmonK the guests from a distance, who will attend the wedding Mis-- . Jarboe is one of Cloverport's brightest and most popular young society girls. She is a member of the Girls' Club and The Eastern Star. A number of entertainments have been planned in her honor. This afttrnoon she will be complimented with a miscellaneous shower given by the Misses Plank. Miss Kathrine Moorman will five a handkerchief shower tor her Jarboe and next week. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION P At Custer October Seventh-Profit- able Program Arranged Begins At A. M. Ten O'Clock Thursday Association Value and by A. Driskell. Discuss the value of School Equipment and the results of the want of It I). C. Walls. What the Organization of the school means Horace McCoy. Physical Development, its importance PlMHiHAM Importance of Logan Hickersou. Grading a School argument for regMrs. Minnie ular attendance ? Beauchsmp. Should any Subject be omitted from the common school course? Miss I , - are eighth grade pupils generally deficientV Why? Miss Clara Macy. it., urst to third Laugj.iki grade Miss Shellie Lasley. .Spelling .13 a Factor in education-Vir- gil lUrued. Use of Varied Headers Miss Mary Bennett KBuiber work tor beginners -- Miss Lois in whHt i Bessie Brown, Kssentials Bau iteus in primary geography Noah Hoskuuou. boro Messenger: The Owensboro Athletics made a trip Owensboro District. to Breckenridge county tnis week S J. Thompson, presiding elder. playing two games at Hardinsburg on Beaver Dam A. L. Mell. Wednesday and Thursday, at CloverCalhoun J. T. CI.erry. port Friday and Saturday. Of the Centertown N. LJ. Watson, supply. four games the Owensboro joys broke Central City B M. Currie. g even. Tne Wednesday game at Cloverport F. E. Lewis. was a hard fought battle, the Dundee Circuit J.W. Crowe, supply. atheletics going against Cornell, the Fordsville W. S. Buckner. southpaw, who defeated the Greys Greenville G. P. Dillon. here two weeks ago. The game was Mrs. Bishoff Under- Greenville Circuit E. T. Howard. won by Hardinsburg by a score of 4 to Goes Operation. Hartford J. V. Joyner, R. D. Ben- 3, Westertield did the twirling ror nett, supply. the Atheletics and pitched a 4teady Hawesville -- H. L. Sheltou. Mrs. Sam Bishoff was operated on at game, but Cornell allowed out six nits. Lewisburg D. S. Campbell. Norton's Infirmary last week and had a On Thursday Cornell again pitched Lewisport S. E. Ragland, supply. Sns was against the Atheletics and they defent-e- tumor removed successfully. Livermore W. H. Hickerson. to Louisville by Dr. him by a score of 4 to 1, securing accompanied Maceo H. L Talley. eight hits off him. Johnson pitched Simons, her hor.ie physician. North Hartford Mission H. T. this game for the Atheletics and had Speaks, supply. The Mussel Industry. the home club at his mercy at all Owensboro. Breckenridge street E. stages D Ryan. The first game at Cloverport was Representative-o- f the L'nited States Owensboro Circuit A. J. Bennett the onlv bad game the Atheletics put Bureau of Fisheries have been making Owensboro, Frayzer avenue J. O. up on g The the trip. fa study of the muuwl ber.s in the lower Smithson. Henderson Routes' won by a score of Cumberland River The bureau has Owensboro, Settle Memorial Lewis lf to 2 Westerfield pitched this game become impressed with the idea that Powell. hut was unsuccessful. On Saturday something must be done to restore the Owensboro, Woodlawn E. S.Moore. however the Atheletics won bv a score rapidly vanishing shoals ami it is lookRochester J. H. Epley. of lti to 4 on account of Hemphill in- ing for new fields and also lor available Rome H E. Bailey. juring his arm iu the second inning. places where the rivers may be n stockSacramento J. T. Demonbrun, sup- Jonuson twirled for the Atheletics. ed with young mussels. ply. Sunday game between Cloverport The mussel industry has assumed South Carrollton S. C. Nunley. acand Owensboro was called off on large proportions on American waterStephenspi.rt H. E. Jarboe. count of rain. ways in recent years. In this part 04 Transferred W. R, Hendrix, North the country the mussel lirst came into Georgia Conference. Undergo Operation general notice through the operations R. M. Smart, Virginia Conference. of pearl fishermen in the smaller rivers. Elizabethtown District. Virginia and Clara Heard, the Occasionally the mussel has a valuable J. T. Rushing, presiding elder. attractive daughters of Mr. and pearl hidden away in his shell Bardstown and Simuels P. A. Kas- interior and in some streams peail Mrs. Percy Heard, of Hardins- - hunting is remunerative. At present, bury;, were operated 011 for throat however, the bivalve is in demand beBattletown B A. Hunter. Big Clifty B. M. Dewitt. trouble last week at St. Anthon- cause of the fact that the shells are Big Springs J. E King. largely used in the manufacture oi y's hospital iu Louisville. In the upper Mississippi Bradfordsville B. W Hardin, sup- buttons. ply. River the mussel beds, it is said, are Former Pastor Returns rapidly being exhausted to supply the Brandenburg B. F. deniuuds of the button factories. Circuit E P. Deacon, sup- Mu The Kev. Mr. Frank Lewis, who sel fishing has become an industry oi ply. Cecilian 1). F. Walton. was pastor of the Methodist church some importance along the Ohio River. Elimbethtown C. A Humphrey. here last year, has been returned The shells bring a sufficient price to Hardinsburg Circuit M. L. Dyer. justify their shipment to Kasteru cities by the conference to this pastorHodgenville and Buffalo W. A. tn carload lots. The mussels that are ate for another year. found along the Northern coasts are Grant. Irvington L. K. May. edible, but the Onio River variety is Kingswood Circuit W. T. Daniel. not suitable for human consumption, as Couple the riesh when cooked is tough and Lebanon W. P. Baird. leathery. It is in some demand along Lebsnon Circuit J. C. Hoskinsou. A. M. Robertson, of Custer, secured Leitchfield and Clarkson-- B. F. Wil- license to wed Mrs. Maggie Robertson, the river, however, as food for hogs, and is said to be very desirable for that son. of Hardin county, the marriage to takt purpose. To separate the flesh easily Leitchrield Mission J. A. Cheek, place at Constantiue last Monday. This it is necessary to cook the supply. couple have been married before Nine from the shell mussel. The mussel fisherman build McDaniels P. C. Long. years ago they decided, after some crude furnaces on the river banks in the Mt. Washington S. L. C. Coward. eight or ten ye-rof wedded life, to vicinity of the beds where the work of Shepherdsvllle Circuit D. R. Peak, separate. cooking and separating the meat from supply. Shepheidsville and Lebanon Junctithe shell is carried ou and where the Little Ball Teams. on-R. U. Roe. shells are sorted out. The small shells Sonora-- J. H Walker. bring a better price than the large ones. Springfield Station T. J. Wade. The Cloverport bovscame down Sat- The large buttou factories of the East urday afternuou to engage iu the fifth have representatives in the held who Stithton W. Sutherland. game of bull of the season with the make periodical visits to the fishei ies Upton -- W. H. Archey. Hawesville boys. The score stood at for the purpose of buying the output of Vine Grove -- Robert Johnsou the end of the contest I to 3 in favor of shells. In preparing the shells the fishermen occasionally find a pearl which Hawesville. Clarion. Jackson Harpole Moorman. adds to the remuneration of their occupation. NOTICE. Cards have been received announcing Theie are uot many button factories along the Ohio Kiver and the mussel the arrival o Jackson H in pole Moor-ma- u All persons who may txtend credit to beds are not likely to be exhausted unat the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moorman, of Lo Isvilhf, my wife, Rose Stader, will take notice der the present primitive fishing methHe is that the undersigned will not be re- ods. There seems to be a good held for September the twenty-sixth- . named lor his father and uncle, Mr. sponsible for anv debts created by ber. the establishment of such factories in H. L. Stader. some of the river cues. The fact that loseph Harpole. Har.l-insbuid hard-hittinUrn-Buffal- Embry Wrather, of Texas, came Monday to spend a few days with his wife at the Munfords. t A ti L. H. & St. L. Motor Car. vareeie, salesman a:i con tractor for the Webster Stone Co., went to F.vansville Monday. Mrs. Caregie "YVa; this made in New York?", asksays he has contracts secured that will ed Mr. A. R. Fisher when he stepped keep his Company busy for a year. on the L. H. k St. L. R. K. Motor Car Makfng over hats is Miss Laura No. 1, Saturday for a ride down to the ball game. The car is a beauty and Hale's hobby. She studies to please. was made at the shops for the use of Miss Jane Lightfoot. of Cloverport, Mr. Randall, assistant Master Mechanic. spent Sunday as the guest of the It is an eight passenger and is run by Misses Hook. six horse power engine. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Spradliu left Saturday for n visit at Custer and Constantiue. Mrs. V. J I'iggott was the week end guest of friends iu Brandenburg. The Golden Hod Debating Society of the Penham school house, gave a box supper Saturday night and cleared M .vr This will be used to meet expenses of the society. D. W, Denham has been elected president Other officers are as follows: Felix Beavin Miss Francis Smart Secretary. Forrest Beavin Treasurer, and 0, H. Elder Sheriff The society has ordered a traveling library to be used in the school and in the debates. It was ordered Monday from Miss'Fannie C. Rawson, of the Library Commission at Frankfort. The Golden Rod Society has a nume ber of members, who have started in to turn the wheel of progress aiong education hues at Hitcs Run. wide-awak- TO AGED EARNER Mike Lyddan. Additional Irvington. Miss Laura Hale invites you to see perous Farmer. Goes To His her up line of millinery. Prices the lowest Reward-- - Died Sunday Thos. Adkissou has finished his and is now ready for business with CHILDREN SURVIVE a full line of saddlery and harness. Call FOUR and see hira. e new-sho- Devoted Father, Substantial Citizen. And ProsA For the purpose of launching a move ment to have a graded school in Irving ton, a mass meeting of parents, citi zens and all interested parties, was heU in the p iblichall on Tuesday evening Nr. I. n. Mcrerruu, or Louisville, a member of the School Improvement League, uu.de an address This meeting created a great deal of enthusiasm and lots of work is being done for this cause. Mr. aud Mrs. Noah Creenwell and children who have been visiting rela tives, left Tuesday for San Antonio, Texas where they will make their future home. Irvinjrton, Ivy.. Oct. 2. (Special) Mike Lyddan, one of the oldest men of Breckenridjre county and a prominent citizen, died at the borne of bio eon, Qeorga Lyddan Saturday night He was ill only a few days, with no particular disease, hut death endued from enility. being 89 years old. Mr. Lyddan was prosperous farmer, a friendly neighbor, a Rood Catholic, and a staunch Democrat. Several years ego he retired as a farmer, giving up most all his business relations, but acting until the time of his demise as one of the director- - of the Shelnwn Hank. The funeral wa conducted from the Mt. Merino church with High Mass at 10 o'clock on Monday morning, Father Hollerand otikia-tinThe interment took place in the church cemetery. He survived by lour children. John, George, and Tom Lyd-daend Bins. Jno Akera, all in this community. -g. i re-sidi- Fifty-Seve- n Varities. The First Presbyterian church and A C Pre wit t, representing H J. the Cumberland l'reshx tetian church Heinz Campany, held a reception at h til visiting ministers Mindav supplying in the absence of the regular pas tors who were away ina revival. The Rev. Kliott. of Louisville, and Kev Harned, of Leitchtield J. l AIR The Forces st. re ay. n The varities were served on the daintiest china and liaen. Mr. Prewitt said the event would have been perfect if he could have just gotten a dishwasher. fifty-seve- Nolte's CURRENTS. That Operate to Make the. I EPWORTH LEAGUE HALLOWE EN RECEPTION Wind Blow. In reference to air currents and the reasons why the wind blows the asexpliiins tronomer royal of that air consists of gaseous panicles, all trying to get way from one another, and that under certain conditions they can lie compelled to come closer together by contraction Of forced to tly further apart by expansion. A quart bottle, for example, holds twenty-twgrains of air at the temperature of 70 degrees. If the bottle be rooted by surrounding it with Ice the air inside contracts. When this occurs more nlr rushes Iu through the bottle's neck. The quart of ulr now weighs more grains. If the botthan twenty-twtle be heated (he ulr It eoutaius expands, its tiny particles Hy further asunder, and many of them escape There is from iho bottle altogether. still a quart of air. but it weighs much less than the original twenty-twgrains. Now, consider the earth and the sea under the Influence of vurylng degrees of the sun's heat. Where the heut Is greatest the ulr Is made lighter aud expands. Where the heut Is leust the air Is uiiexpuuded .and heavy. Both the hot and the cold ulr huve weight, but the cold, being the heuvler, Is drawn more effectively dowu to the ground. In doing so It drives the lighter air up out of Its way, Just us u lump of lead dropped Into a pull of wafer forces some of the water up ward. If the earth were equally wniu at every part mid continued at a con stunt temperature wind could uot exist. It "blows" because of beat and gru vii at ion In other words, air uiues from the place where Its weight 01 pressure Is most toward the place where Its weight or pressure la least 11 o The of a 11 the Bp no 11 Social C0mm i11 ee reception to be given Tuesday night, October the e invitations wj be issued at an earlv date. trirty-irtt.Th- worth League, nee s a Hallowe'en THE REV. MR. DILLON HONORED AT CONFERENCE Mr. Belcher, in his welcome address to the ministers of the Methodist conference at Greenville, referred In high esteem to the Rev. Mr. German P. Dillon, former pastor of this city. He said: We want to express to you our gratitude for the action of your Conference in honoring us with your presence, and we trust that we may be able to make you want to come again. We also want to thank you from full hearts for the man you sent us, and who has now spent a year with us. He has won our hearts and quickened our consciences. If among your number you have better preacher, or a purer, cleaner man you may send him to some other church. We are satisfied with the one we have. We want him until our claim is barred by the Statues of Limitation, tirtad baking is guaranteed a suc cess if you use Lewisport BEST Flour and it your proceedure is similar to that with which I am familiar, we propose to enter any plea of infancy or anything else that will stop the ruaning af that Statue Greenville con-vertu- Sentinel. COURT PROCEEDINGS ard held in Fiscal Court calh and for Bntckenndtfe county at tha Court Houae in Hardinsburg. Ky., on Friday. MaylJ, Mil for tin purpose of providing MM and appropriating money to build abridge on the Rosetta and Irvington road over what is known at tithing Spring branch and to transact any othar business that may coma before tha court. Present Hon. L la Waggoner, Judge Hrecksnridge county court, with the following named justices of the peace: Dan yuigglns, Qeo. Harris, O. A. Wright. S H Dix and II. A Whittinghill, absent Jno. N. Ak- At I I.luiuTTI I i i issSlliMTl LI (ST) A FURNITURE -- ROOMFUL OF GOOD s j j ' ONLY $2 1 ensh buvs this set of fine solid onk mission hla opinion it would be meritorious for tils court to appropriate a small sum for this unused rock along said pike. )n motion of justice Sam Dix seconded by justice U. A. Whittinghill, it is ordered that 200 be and is hereby ap propriated to be paid to the Hatdins-bur- g and Cloverport turnpike company for the knapped rock and other loose rock now on the pike, but said appropriation is conditioned upon the tiling and recording in the HrecKer.riage county circuit court of.in order forfeiting said pike and all its franchise to Breck enridge county. If said order is filed in said court then tins appropriation is made but in the event said order is not entered then this order of appropriation is to be held for naught and it is further ordered that in tne event of said appropriation being made and consummated that said $200 shall be paid as follows: One hundred out of the road fund of Came Robt. dayman, Commonwealth attornav and made soma explanation to the Court in regard to the Hardins burg and ( loverp)rt turnpike and in view of the fact that the said turnpike company had been at the expense of hauling and beating rock along said pike that was at this time unused in er style library or living room furniture; and s it suits von r;in pay Balance vmir convenience. The whole set, large rocker, nrtn chair, reception chair and handsome library table. Beery piece is full ste and exactly ns pictured. Best grade of chase leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs and rocker. The springs are oil tempered and sag proof. The rocker is easily worth J7.50; the arm chair 7.00; the table Jtt.50, and the small chair all. Just think of 4 the vrdue when you can get all four pieces for 13.75; only 2 cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. w - . .. 1 F URNITURB CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only 313-31- 5 . . . t)OitJO COUPON. BENSINGER OUTFITTING CO., AO We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us; no matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms ol cash or credit that we give to our thousandsof regular customers right here at home To show you how fair we are aud how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, W. MARKET ST. Louisville, Ky. I clip this Coupon from the The Breckenridire News, Cloverport, Ky, ad would like to have full particulars as to WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with cus-- t and tell us just men who come right into our stores WRITF. 08 Refrigwhat yen would like to buy in Furniture. Baby Carriages or erators, Stovi Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum! Of Mattings; .mil we will reply by return Bail, giving voufull particulars of the wonderfully low price we can make, and the easy term's we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTY K everv article we sell and anvthing that is tint exactly- - as represented will betaken beck end the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. ami mail IT TO US TO-DAGo-cart-TO-DA- Name LOUISVILLE, KY. P O. Freight Office BSE and for Brcckenridge county at the Court House in Hardinsburg, Ky.,on September 1. INI, for the purpose of making contract to erect oridges over Town creek and Bull creek and for any other purpose that may come before the court. Present. H Ml, L. L. Waggoner, judge Bracken ridge county court, with the following named justices of the peace: (J. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, S. H. Dix, Dan Ouiggins and Ba A. Whittinghill, absent, Jno. N. Akers. On motion of B A. Whittingnili. seconded by D. J. Qllifgtsa, W. J. Hall. Jailer of Breekenridgs county, is here- by authorized and directed to contract' for ard buy sufficient coal for county purposes, ard sufficient amount not to exceed flM s hereby appropriated for that purpose, payable out of the 9 expense fund, and levy of the the sheriff ot Breckctn idgc couity is directed to pay said bill wnen present ed upon the order ot said Jailer. It appearing that bridges are ueces-sar- y to be erected across Town and Bull t reeks, oa motion and seconded it was decided and is now ordered that the iron bridge heretofore contracted for from the Vmcer.nes Bridge Com pany for the site of Town creek, be moved to the site of Bui creek and tnere It was farther decided tnat a 100 foot iron bridge be erected at the site on Tow.i creek Thereupon care representative of 1 11 ge-.er- the Hardinshurg Magisterial district and one hundred dollars out of the road fund of the Cloverport Magisterial district and the Supervisor of roads is directed to draw his order accordingly payable to the Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turn pike Company out of the levy of I9II, but in no event is he to draw said order until the order forfeiting the franchise of said pike be entered in the Breckenridge Circuit Court It is ordered by the court that a bridge be built across what is known as Fislimg Spring branch on the road from Kosetta to Irvirgton. l'al Garner, Supervisor of roads and bridges is ordered to advertise for the building of said br;dge and lie will receive sealed bids on both wood ard iron bridges and after receiving said bids will let a con tract for the building of such a bridge as in h i s judgment is best for the interest of tne county ami he will let the contract to the lowest and best bidder and a sutlicient sum :o pay for said bricge is liercoy appropriated payaole ojt of the road and briage fund of the 1011 levy. Minutes read and adopted. Ordered thai court ;idj jurn L. L Waggoi cr, J. 11. C C. At a l isc.i. Court called and held in and for Breckinridge county at the Court House in Hardirsb-irg- , on the 8th of August, loll, for tne purpose of considering the town creek bridge matter and any other business that may come before the court. Present. Hon. f. L Waggoner, of the Uri ckenridge county court, pre sidir.gw, h I lie following named just ces of the peace viz: 0, A. Wright, Geo. Harris Sam Dix II A. Whittinghill and Dan Q Jiggins, absent Jno. N. Ak-er- s K, the Vincennes Bridge Company of Indiana. The Champion Bridge Company of Onio, and the Attick Bridge Company of Indiana, and submitting sealed bids for the erection of said bridge. Said bids being opened in open court ar.d all the facts in connection therewith being discussed it was decided that the bid of the Attick Bridge Company of Attick, Fountain county, Ind , was the most acceptable. Whereupon came Geo. I. Hammond, agCBt of the aforesaid Attick Bridge Company, the County Judge and the following justices: .S. H. Dix, G. A. Wright, B. A. Whittinghill, D J.Qalg gins ar.d G. N. Harris and en ered into a contract for the erect ion of said bridge according to tne plans and spe-- c lications liletl with said contract. 'i'r.e contract price for said bridge being f 1,463. On motion of U A. Whittinghill, se:oniled by G. A. Wright, said contract is made the act of this court, ar.d is now continued and ratilied the sum of 91sfel is hereby appropriated out of the bridge fund of the ltll levy to satisfy the amount called for in said contract. Came Bolder 6v Co., Hiliary Hardin .ind the bridge companies above mentioned and also submitted sealed bids for the erection of abutments for said linage, the court after examining said bids awarded said contract to Border & Co. , of Cloverport, Ky. Upon motion and second which carried it was ordered that a contract be made for said pointed men yesterday when the reMilt of the Canadian Elections were announced, but for my part I am satisfied, for I never favored the kind of reciprocity that they intended giving 119 It would have ruined the New England farmer and hurt all producers ot agricultural products. Keep up the fight In Kentucky, elect McCreary, and keep the state Ifl line for I9I2. W. B. Henderson, Newport, R I. LeBie back is one of the most common forms of muscular rheumatism. A few applications of Chamberlain's Liniment will give relief. For sale by all dealers. WANTED! WANTED! to Feed.... Cows, Heifers, Steers, Bulls BEARD BROS., 100 Cattle '3 Aiitli.i SALE Hardinsburg, KyJ t Kreckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. M. Kohcrls, PI:itntllV, Etiulty Against No AtHlia M Robert! Heirs. Defendent ( By virture of a Judgement and Order of sale of Bi eckenridge Circuit Court, PICK OUT THE MAN! He carries himself w'th an air of confidence. He iooks 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 bark account, and no matter how small it is. it is something for the rainy day. More than likely he banked with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky., because it is a strong reliable bank and offers superior advantages and facilities. MATTHIAS MILLER, President W. k. BARNES. Vice President !j. D. SHAW. Cashier Z. C. HENDRICK, Asst. Cashier rendered at February Term thereof, 11)11, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estate, for sale at the Court-Housdoor in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 9th day of October, 191 1, at one o'clock P. M. or thereabout (being Circuit Court day ) , upon a credit Six and Twelve months, the following described property, Three Certain tracts of land, lying in Breekenridge County, Ky., described as follows: On the waters of Tar Fork of Clover Creek and described viz: 1st tract beginning at a White oak supposed to be Wm. Bowers corner and running thence with his line N. 75 B N poles to stone with pointers in said line, thence S 14 E. US poles to a small Mulberry in Hawkins lit) ", thence with his line W H poles to a hickory and Dogwood thence with another of Hawkins lines S. 105 poles to a large white oak in Robert Easton's line, thence with nis line S. 65 W. poles to a large white oak, near a drain, thence a straight line to the beginning containing 34 acres; and another tract near the foregoing, lying on the waters or Caney Creek, bounded viz: Beginning at a hickory in Samuel Rice's line and running N. 7'.i E. H'i poles to a white r ak, thence N. 96 poles to a red oak and two hickories on a barren hill side; thence W. 2'i poles to two white oaks 011 a ridge; thence S. (15 N. 26 poles to ;i white oak near a small drain thence S. 16 E 22 poles to a gum, Samuel Rice's coiner then S. 5. E. 70 poles to the beginn:ng, Containing 50 acres, a1.so that portion of the Rice tract which lies 011 the east side of the Cloverport It Bowling Green Road, supposed to contain about II acres, being a corner of batd tract detached from the reThe foregoing mainder by said Road. J tracts of land being the same deeded to Antha Roberts, by Cincinnati Cooperate Company. The purebastr, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid ard having the force and effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Lee Walls. Commissioner. Carrie L. Walls, Deputy. e to-wi- all costs herein, 1 .shall proceed to offer DIRECTORS J. W. Guthrie, Allen R. kincheloe, Huston Alexander A, C. Glasscock Ah in N. Skillman. J. W. Teaff Dr. SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, 111. "I Buffered from a fe male weakrn sa and stomach trouble, and 1 went to the Store to get a bottle of I.ydia E. pink, abutment Then came BohlcriV Co., and the Fiscal Court and entered into contract in duplicate for the erection of said abutment and a sutlicient amount to pay for s;.id work upon the completion and acceptance, is appropriated out of the levy of IMl. It is further ordered that P. G. Garner, County Bridge Commissioner, superintend the building of said bridge and abutment and he will accept or reject said work when completed. Minutes read ar.d approved, and on motion ccurt adjourned. U L Waggoner, J. B. C. C. Wm. L. Milner THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. Moved and seconded by Squire B. A all Bridge men be notified of said meet ing try l'al Garner, road and bridga commissioner, and contracts will be awarded for tne erection of bridge as deemed necessary at said time and place. Said motion carried unanimously and is made the order of this court. Moved by Squire Sam Dix, seconded by Squire I!. A. Wnittinghill that a walk be made on the South and West side of the t 'ourt House, said motion being put, a majority voted against it. Said Btloa is therefore declared lost. Came 0, M. Ileston and Wm. Ahl, Commissioners heretofore appointed to make rtpns and erect buildiiigs at the Poor House, and tendered tneir report of work and repairs done, winch repurt is ratified and approved by the court, and tney are further allowed the sum of ten dollars each to be paid out of tha levy of 11 The action of Wm. Ahl in borrowing UHL4I from O. M. Ileston, to defray said expenses is continued and approved and is made an order of this court. Moved and seconded that court adjourn to meet oh the proposed bridge site of Town creek on August .'6, and said motion being put, carried and court is now adjourned to meet at said 1 Whittinghill thai the court meet on August ,'0. la I. at tne site of the proposed bridge ar.d tm all tne sites and surroundings of the proposed bridge at Town creek and Bull creek and that ANNO UNCEMENT CARDS Of Baby's Arrival are made to order at til The KRECKENRIDGE NEWS Office Printed in Old English or Engravers Text Mistakes Will Happen. Iu your issue of you published h letter Iroui notice you made an error in the tne. publishing. It isn't import. nil, hut it struck 111. that it was rather fuuuy. In referring to McCreary's diul liuckuer's steakiUK Hhoul i,s years ago, I said, I reBMeahef heatiM the-- beya cry "Het- nth for liucknei, Betsy and the baby." Ituckt.fr Mfae the pioud father of a youug Bah) at that lime. His wife's name must have beeu Betsy. The way the Newt read, was ltet. the baby aud 1 lode a tlitle from Webhte: to Ilarditisbiii that mom, 1 em - vte luunt Iihvc walke the rest of the way. I rode a mule, that was at least 'l years ago, aud my little girl Is'."., ears old. That baby is a woman IicHr Mi. Bahhngr: lOtfe 1 -- In, place on said date. Minutes read and approved. L. L Waggoner, J. B C. C. you will find women who have to health by I.ydia At a Fiscal Court called aud held in restoredVegetable Compound J. . ham's Vege t able Compound! l it tha clerk did not want to let DM have it lie said it was no good and wanted BM to try something K', but knowing all about it 1 insisted and finally Cot it. and I am so rrlad I did, for it has cured me. " I know of bo many cases where women have been cured by l.vdia E. l'iiik- li, no's v. table Compound that can my to every sutlering woman It that medicine does not lieln her. there is nothing that will." Mrs. Jam i.ki, SiWW Arch St., Chicago, 111. This is the age of substitution, and women who want a cure should insist upon I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound just as this woman did. and not accept bomethingelse on which the druggist can make a little more proht. Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffering from any of those distressing ills pe. cuhar to their sex should not lose sight the fact that for thirty years I.ydi E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, v hich is made from roots and herb, has been the standard remedy foi fe--I ills. In almost every community 1 In-- , ' Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hundred with Envelopes Sept. DO YOU WANT A FARM? cash land unsold; will sell for SHI hUM Uud'still cash equivalent, the balance iu payments to suit purchaser. This it locate 1 oa the Hardinsburg ami I.eitcbfield road, teu minutes' drive from railroad sUtioti aud the same distance from Kiugswood where is loDistrict school will be built on or near this laud cale I Kiugswool Cillege. If you want a tarm don't fall to see this Uud. Also have two pair of work aud a pair ol large horses that I will sell. I have the lust of 01 a one-fourt- h : Write or Come to Hardinsburg C. L. BEARD. Hardinsburg, Ky. now. We had Important Law Case. Gus Brown and Judge Mercer, of Hardinsburg, were here Monday taking depositions in a land suit between Joseph Mullen and others and J. H. Lynch and the Cincinnati Cooperage They brougt with them a stenographer to do the work. There wera several witnesses examined in the Company. i 11 great laugh wheu we read the paper. It lemliidt me of a letter I wrote the Brtckeuridge Democrat oue time telling I f (limbing a mountain ItiOO fret hlgb. They published it lti feet. So my uld friend, C'baa. Claycuuib, of Webster, olten lauxbed at me about my wonder ful climb iu N. Y. slate. Newport bad some very I adly disap Notice to Correspondents Avrain we request you to ALWAYS SKiN YOUR NAME We caunot afford to publish matter unless we to your lettern. of its authority are assured Correspondents please mail yoir items 011 Saturday mgbt so they will be in the News ollice . l'iuk-uam- Monday morning. 's 7i at To Jb. 41ow the Philadelphia Athletics r fielders In the big leagues that rnt higher than Lord. OUirtng and Mm phy, bnt Mack's strength always hit been in his inllelds. There Is M nm rt ot in the jrnme today that combines with bnschall such intelligence as that of Mclnr.is. Collins. Rarry mid linker. The four are mm dertnlly fast and accurate Holders mid possess great throwing arms. The In 'I field vjas fast In 1!W. but It hi ler this season. Last year Harry I in vis was on first, but Inst .Inly he was re placed by Melnnls. For all his youtli and Inexperience Melnnls Is a big ImRight now provement over Davis. Stufly" looks the equal of any flrt baseman In the American lenguo. bar ring Hal Chase. First station last yeai A By Won the American Leaque Pennant. C. All K. ion true Ma SOU of Hll I WD!) not alto Ktlir devoid ( sectional and disappointments, Individual there wan probably not an owner or official In the Junior oriranlf.atlon who did not that the mil campaign WU ae prosperous and as successful as sry of the previous years. Of course there have been no auch monetary rewards reaped as those of the years In which the American leaanie races were phenomenally close. There hat teen nothing like the sustained Interest of 100H. for instance, when the White Sox nosed out New York In the last week of the season, nor like that of 1007, when Detroit ft-- gAll'IIO! (ill tlx AHMftcai 1UMMY Philadelphia fans resigned all hop when DStNtl bent the Ath.etlcs in the first two games. Hut It was the old story of Mack nelnr liest In adversity Ills team didn't quit. The tactMaii whipped his players together the very next day, when they started e sensa MotiHl winning streak. They took thf next two from the 'i'lgrrs. beat Cleveland in the next four and then traveled east and continued their success. Tliey won twenty out of twenty-twgnme before they bad a alight reaction. This spurt of the world champions made big Inroads on the Tigers' lend. From a twelve game lead advantage It shrunk violently, lingering quite n time around the three game mark. Rut the Tlgera couldn't bold o Free Railroad Trips To Louisville the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Fall Merchandise to advantage Beginning September and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: I, ' p URCHA5E 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 given you with each pur chase, at once, to the Credit Desk, first floor. South end of the huilding. and we will refund in cash, 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. t If! . p . IjCOt-UlNU- fj I IK r' JIF V BARBY.ll .jltw ' wflsf -- 1 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 .H r aBaaaaavaaaaanaaaaaaaaaa Fourth Ave jfjACONasuNS INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECOR.D: yj is An 89 yuirs of honorable dealing. chum t PmmcI through throe psaioi Rod paid every legitimate Nevei sealed chock. its full amount on demand, 3 absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits AND PRONOUNCED A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER No. 1 Y ebbs Z 1 . i ' SALE I Urcokenndge Circuit Court, Kentucky ., H. M. Oelzc.Plaintitl , M . 1 FARMERS' FUNDS in town are vafeal in this strong hunk. It's or country, to keep surplus funds lying around, particularly in the country, whore it is dangaroui even to cany money in the jxu kef. The farmer can deposit lus money hero in absolute safety, yet with one of our cheek books in the house, can u.e it almost us freely us actual cush, saving time :iiul expense in remitting to cl ta. nt points, ind avoiding risk. Come in and talk it over the next time you're in town. ri-ky rendered at May term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of six hundred dollars. (JtitHl 00,) with interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the day of January. I91 1, until i; Ki paid, and all costs herein, I shall ' f"' . ?Sf ?.c sbbb?.'. t to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Hardinstturg. to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, MANAGES OF THE ATHLETICS AND SOME 0E HIS STAR BALL TOSSERS. the 9th day of October, 1911. at one o'clock, p. m or thereabout (being Circuit Court day. ) upon a credit si and Thlladelphia fought It out almost this lead, :iud on July 4 the cham- was the only compar itivoly weak one twelve months, the following described and to the wire with the Sox and Naps pions of the world cume to their own imt it is now well covered. A certain house and property hanging on until near the finish. uguiu by Wimrllg first place in the It is only In the pitching department lot, situated, lying and being in Clover-port- , Ky. American league race after it hud hat Mark seems to liuvo fallen off llrcckenridge county, sit There haa been nothing like the rum last year. Neither Coombs nor uated on Second street in said city, and excitement raised and maintain-Tlbeen held by Detroit since the open lug of the season. 1908, when a presidential cam leader has shown the wonderful fronting Second street, ll) feet and The Mackuieu didn't huve the honor form of year ago. Morgan and running back to an alley, and being palgn was compelled to take a side street, while the boulevards were mo- very long. The very next day they Phmh performed in tine style all seu the same property in which Mary B. Oelze resides. nopolized by an unparalleled spectacle toppled out again, and Detroit was ion. The catching department bus The purchase .with approved surely buck. They went west again and eou well looked sfler by Ira Thomas. or securities, must execute bond, bearthat of four teams racing almost The Athletics are made up of youm; ing legal interest from the day of sale neck and neck for tLe wire and the struck a calamity in Detroit, which verdict hanging on the result of the swept four straight games from their den wlio like to plcy lull. There until paid, and having the force and final game of the schedule between ancient enemy. Tnerefore In I little Isn't u lazy pluver on the team. From etteet of a judgment. Lein retained to more than a week after Independence the moment the M.'ck's men put on secure payment of purchase money Detroit and Chicago. comply been a two team duy Detroit hud gained first place and their unifo-m- s they display energy. In Bidders will be prepared to ApproxThis year's nice hus by five and practice tbey show gli ger and speed, promptly with these ternm. affair, Philadelphia and Detroit mo- was lending the Alhloti-imated debt, interest and cost Jf.si2.5O games. vh le In rb'impiousblp games they nov nopolizing the gladness of the whole Lee Walls, Commissioner: Carrie I.. With the season more than half fin- or say die. liven though opMineiitK ar season. Walls, Deputv. ished, the Athletics chances looked Kit, the champions do not let up The Tigers started the season on i wreck They seem to enjoy the task of fatten ever, but the Mack gallop and at the end of April held a worse than things. The team was urj their b'lttlng averages, and they big lead of twelve games won aud two lng crow saved "Joan's Ointment curtd me of SCWNM lighting again, and the lead revel in dltlicuit plays. On the bench lost, while the Athletics were In the sec- soon buck that hfd unuoyed me s loiix time. The steadily below worked gradually but ond division. Uurlng May the Tigers thJ :i Ik Initial It. and whsfl mistakes cure was permanent. " Hon . S. W. f mark. the five and IK made there's uo III feeling. Urea; Matthews, Commissioner Labor Statisstill held the big lead, and many exThe Athletics returned home July thnalgsa and words of perts predicted they would walk away 25 to fight the western teams. They I'lays prompt praise, while Muck at all times Is the tics, Augusts, Me. more with the gonfalon. Rut the westerners quick and hard. king pin. Lack of Jealousy and fricthought that u loud was a struck the was Cleveland and then De- tion Is one of the reasons for the sucmen, which later First it handicap to Jeuuliiss' troit that were made dizzy by the cess of the Athletics. Tuke the case Handkercheif Shower For results proved to be .sue. monarch's speed. Neither wus St of Harry Dux Is. for instance. The vetThe early part of June, when the Louis nor Chicago spared. Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe. eran has been BUPplSBtSd at first base big lead over Hie Ath Tigers held u On Aug. 4 the Athletics for the sec- by young Melnnls. yet the latter has letics of twelve games, Mack's nances ond time this season had fought their " Miss Kutiierii:e'Mi oi nianwill "give .1 looked slim. Such a feeling wm well way to first place, the difference be- uo more ardent SOppsVtN than Davis helping the youngster. adW ith such an enormous Justified ing that this time tbey held It. DJf who is ulwuys disposition, coupled bandkarrhalf shower fcr Miss Aaae with Muck's quiet vantage It looked as If the Tigers could lng September their lead Increased lie Sterett Jarboe, at her home in River nurse their lead ut no great strain on steadily, and they entered the last firmness, hus worked wonders. The invitaa week of the race practically eased up. knows baseball and how to handle street on the Eat Side. the players. They bad enough of lead to sustain a slump aud got back Ath players. Ills motto is "Play ball," and tions will be issued for Thursday afterIn all bnt one department the on a winning streak again. letics are a better ball club now than tie never vurles it. Umpires are let noon, October the twelfth, at 3 o'clock. lone and .ulv rse decisions do not Up When the Athletics wi nt on their they were a year ago. The outfield, first trip west they disappointed their while it Is not a wonderful trio by a ket the team. In developing the Ath Impure Idood runs you dowu makes followers. They dliln't show anything long shot, is a shade more reliable attics Mack has tried to streugthen evyou su easy victim for orgsiuc diteaies. I)emil the trip was almost over. that which bumped the Cubs last ery department, and results thus than would seem to indicate that he Hurdock Blood Kilters purities the blood rolt wan the third city in the west year. cures the cause builds you up. There are two or three set of out hasn't lost S trick where they called ' ' l vs. :i34 Mary B.Oelae.&c .Deft. My virture of a judgement and order of s;ile of Breckenridge Circuit Court, N-- " i -- pro-cet- , FIRST STATE BANK, to-wi- t: J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: , HELP WANTED Kxnericm eu Spinners; 20 Experienced nan to learn spinning and weaving. 10 Weuvei-- ; 80 Well-lighte- Ito rin- - s one-hal- f flood waiies paid while learning. Steady work in large, rooms. Air ail coming into the mill is filtered; and cooled or heated as the season requires. ( 'annelton is a very desirable place to live and Apply to rent and living expenses ere very low. ST INDIANA COTTON MILLS, Cannelton, Ind. Ali o t one-hal- Well In Durant. Will Sail The Twelfth. Miss Jennie Ureen.of Fulls of Rough, New York October the twelfth for Europe to spend some time visiting the old country with Louisville friei ds. Last week Miss Green entertained at her home the Ssvnig: Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mrs. Morris Heard and Mr. Walter R. Ilensley. will sail from Ue;r Sir: dollar ou We are all ing cotton Regards Please tind enclosed one subscription for the News. well. Farmers are delivernow and every body happy. Yours truly, to all. G. W. Short, Dunint, vice for L T. ii a 0 Id is good adprudent uien aud women. It esse of a child. There is may be vital better thau Chainheiliin's uothiuK 111 Dual (title with Illustrated Edition. The Hartford Republican's illustrat- - Cough Kemedy for coughs aud colds iu ed editiou was received here Friday. It ssle is a picture of much thought, work, childteu. It is safe aud mre. I by all dealer. time aud mouey. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. RARBAGh TEACHER'S INSTITUTE SPLENDID MEETING SOS PUBLISHING CO. Kverv Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY . Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, of Louisville, Was Present-Protrac- ted Meeting Opens Mr. Holcomb To fr eH -- Mr. Orrin Hardin, of Clover-port- , a few day last week. The October term of the Fiscal court convened yesterday. Circuit court opens next Monday with a big docket. "Hread baking success is gnnrnntred if fm use the Lewiport HEST Flour." Sold by J. II. Gardner. Mr. and WEDNESDAY, OCT 4. 1911 Rev. All persons Notice. knowing themselvei in my wife will please come forward and settle and save cost Lee Bishop, HardinsburgKy make it work fsiW it rind Preach. dbted to me or Bib Tiption PHoa $!.() r voar in advance. BITSINFS LOCALS lit rent-- , prr line, and I cents h ad- OTHER LIVE NEWS. are thoroughly aroused, confident and enthusiastic: the Kepublicans are divided into fractions, discouraged and disorganized. All of the old party leaders who Jfarfl spirit and character to the Democracy in the past are back in the ranks again, taking their places with the boys in the trenche. and asking no recognition except the right to vote and work for the MMOtaf of the ticket. This is as significant as it is gratifying. Do what you believe to be right Mr. Norton, matters not what people think of your steps. Stand for what you believe in, but be nitre you are right, then go aheid. Some will censure, some will iraise. but keep faith in your race, 'and victory will be yours. One of our greatest philospliers said. "Any man can be great if he will only trust his own instincts, think his own thoughts, and say his own say." This we think, would be a mighty good bit of wisdom for our young candidate to carry with him. Mrs. . E. Kineheloe ha returned from a visit to Mt. Sterling and VerOnly n little cold in the head mny he sailles. of tbe heginnlg of nn obstinate began Mon- Nfsal Catarrh. Drive out the invAder Our protracted meetinK day night with preaching at the M. R. with F.ly's Cream Balm applied straight church. On Tuesday night it was at to the inflamed stuffed up Tonight the ser- Price 50c. If you prefer to me an atomthe Baptist churchvices will be held nt the City Hall, izer, ask for Liquid Cream Blm. It has where thev will continue throughout all'hego'id qualities of the solid form Rev. Holcomb will ar- 0 this remedy and will rid you of cathe meeting. Four year- - ago, hundreds of prominent Democrats publicly an- rive the last of the week and will take tarrh or hay fever. No cochine to breed In all charge with the active of a dreadful habit. No mercury to dry out nounced themselves for Autftistu- - K. WilNon for Governor. of the State there were defections from the Democratic ranks, tne ministers of the city. The singer, the secretion. Price 7.V. , with ipravi' g parts tube. All druggiats, or mailed by ICly and the campaign hud hu id v -- tatted before the situatioti became hro Thomas, arrives today and will Bros. "6 Wnrren Street, New Yor 1, take charge of the united choirs of the serious. Conditions this year are entirely different. The Democrats three churches. ditional laMfllni, CARHS Of THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate f line 10 cents OBTTUAKIB8 cktfmd for at the rate of I cents per line. rroney in advance. Kxamine the label M vour paper. If it is not correct please notify ue. jr rte e. I B. F. Heard, of Hardinsburg , is an enthusiastic MoCreary man, and says he will be elected by a majority of 15,()(iO or 20,000. Mr. Heard is an old school Democrat, not always in line with his party, but this year he is. "McC'ieary" be said "is a afe man. conservative in all things, tried and true, and will make Kentucky a grand old Governor. " .Marshal Dave Henry, of Irvington, is having the streets cleaned in a good fashion, lie has a bunch of women behind him seeing that the work is pushed to perfection. The Woman's Civic Club there, is a great benefactor to the town, and gives promise of makii g Irving-to- n a tar eifv. -- The Owensboro Messenger certainly stirred up a hornet's nest l;t week in the Republican ranks. Judge O'Reai and Col. McCull-oc- k to each other. The lamb and the lion have stand ' joined hands to pull votes. Anything for vote.- -' seems to be Judge -- "four-square- " 's policy. lie-tor- e Remember to renew your subscription promptly this month The Vh0l3 Show. your name is taken oti the list. This aves a deal of time, an"What constitutes a first class socieWillie Hoben, Gene Sills noyance, unci show- - your proinptue-- - in business affairs. We will be Lee Hook, ty drama?" Shelby-vill- e at Hardinsburg next Monday. Put in your pocket an extra dollar and Vic Brown have gone to "Three acts, six gowns and nine epito work. for the New- -. grams." Louisville -Courier-Journal. The Owensboro base ball club was by our boys by a score of 4 to How:i on Wednesday of last week. ever, they rlefeated the Hardinsburgers the next day in a well p'ayed game. The county teachers did some good work last week at their annual meeting For the first time in in session here. the history of the county no instructor Valuable and highly was employed. appreciated assistance was rendered by Prof. J. S Dickey, ot Bowling Green, who taught here twenty odd years ago. His witty and wise sayings, the result of years of study and experience, amuse and instruct, while his strong personality and exalted manhood render him a most valuable acquisition to any body His addresses uplift and of teachers. To Miss Mattie Reid, also of inspire Bowling Green and an teacher, we are no less indebted for contributing to the success of the institute. In story well told, in extemporaneous talk, and in finished address she placed Dr. teachers upon higher ground. Shepard's paper was one of the treats From the time of his of the week. opening with the declaration: "To be a normal American is to be greater than a king", until his close, he showed in strong terms the true aims of the school. Mrs. T. H Withers' and Miss Katie Eskridge's music pupils placed the institute under obligations for Miss music, vocal and instrumental. Hannah Beard, as usual, pleased with her singing. George Lane has resigned as bookkeeper for B. F. Beard & Co and has left Hardinsburg. defeated AL. Will H. In At After you have raked together a jrood sized pile of money don't let it Make no inLet SECURITY be your first thought. vestment where you will put in clanger YOUR PRINCIPAL. Buy no property or anything- - else unless you yourself are going to watch it. Bank your money. Then it will be SAFE. The interest we will pay you is more than government bonds will bring you. slip away from you. Appear The The German Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. . THE BANK OF Prince Shubert We pay i interest on Time Deposits. & TRUST Masonic Theatre This Week. Charming Drama. Like a breath from the vine clad hills the atmosphere of the new play in which Al. H. Wilson, America's foremost German comedian will make his appearance at the Shubert Masonic Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5. 6, and 7. There is a charm in the German drama when presented by a comedian of Mr. Wilson's ability that is shared by no other kind of play. There is no sting to the wit dispensed by the star, and the notes of his tuneful love songs flow while laughter reigns supreme. Throughout the entire story of "A German Prince'' run many bright threads of mirth and comedy, while the pictures of life it portrays are said to be faithful in every detail. Mr. Wilson can always be depended upon for several new songs and he has not made an exception this season. For "A German Prince" he has composed the following songs which will te rendered during the performance: "Her Smile", "Still as the Night," "When You Part From the Girl You Love", of Germany is HARDINSBUR6 CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. OLD HICKORY $1.25 Streng & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only Regular price the world over $1.75 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. I I $1.23 "Memory", "Songs of Fatherland" and a selection of his favorite vodels. WILSON, OWEN & CO. Strictly Cash and One Price GLEN DEAN, KY. that the streets of the town have been cleaned, we might take visited the institute and made an earnpride ourselves in keeping the pavements cleared of paper est plea for school improvement league a and tra-If each person would be thoughtful enough not to throw work. Nearly all the teachers agreed on the walks, the town could be kept surpri.-ingl- y pretty in this t ii.tve exercise.-- for the benefit of the paper little way. Home Society, Kentucky Childrens' Now ul Mrs. Chas. Weaver, ot Louisville, High Cantilever Bridge. per-on- h. We are tunning in the News now a church directory, giving the time of the services in all the Cloverport churches. The churches throughout the county are cordially invited to send in the time of their ervices, and we will give space to them. -- All the old time Democrats are wanning up to the ticket. Gen. Hucknei. Sage of Glen Lily." made a strong speech for the ticket at his home town Monday. He cored O'Rear for '"condoning night " -- rider outrages. " loe. Half of the construction work on the Crooked river bridge of the Oregon Trunk railway has been completed, and workmen ure placing the stool parts of the remaining half in iwsition. of the steel arch extends from and to send their contributions for the the north bank of the river out over support of that institution. midstream and 340 feet above the waLee Bishop returned from Louisville ter. The length of the bridge from Sunday night. He will remain a few hank to bank will be 322 feet. Told Him So. weeks before permanently joining his "See here, laudlord," said an angry family in the city. tenant after be had signed the conMiss Delia Kineheloe has been in tract for a year "this house is full of Louisville several days the guest of her sower gas." brothers, Lewis and Dr. Allen Kinehe"Yes; that's what I told you." ; C W. B0H1.IR MARION WEATHLRHOI T One-ha- J. W. PATE lf Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried In stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. If vou want to save money in buying Id lie New- - this week we have an excellent article on farming. i Mr. Shroyer tells his ex- Jewelry, call on T. C Lewis, the old It reproduced from the Inland Farmer. periences in a way that make- - them interesting, even if you are not a reliable jeweler. Anthony Keesor, who has lived here farmer. for the past year has returned to his When in doubt about a word consult Mr. Webster. Takes a lit- farm near Rome, Ind. tle time, but it pays. Thi- - was Dr. R. L. Newsotn's way and he was Miss Mattie Reid, of Bowling Green, one of the beat educated men we ever knew. was the guest of Mrs. Blanche Read and other friends a few days last week Col. Hen .lohnon will -- peak at Hardinsburg next Monday. He's Miss Fannie Lee Brown was the a Democrat that never sulks; he is always on the firing line when his gnaal ot Miss Mildred St- Clair, of party need- - him. Hear him next Monday. Webster, for a few days last week. "Told "Yes. in every London ine?" You asked me room, and I if there was gas said there was." Tatler. Where T ley Parted. Meyerbeer and Rossini, In split of all I heir rivalries, were the warmest of friends. Rossini once said. "Meyerbeer aud I ran never agree." When some one In fiiirprise asked why he replied, "Meyerbeer likes sauerkraut better than he dues macaroni." And Judge O'Rear is till explaining the McCulloch chairmanship. Poor .Judge, he can never explain it away. -- the guest Cloverport llender-on ha- - the cleanest, best kept passenger depot on the - Route. Golden October, the most delightful of all month- One Method. "Do you always keep a smiling aliout your daily duties V" week. "Now; I look grouchy. Then I ain't Mack Brown came home from Kly-villasked to do no extm work." Washlast week and spent a few days at ington Herald. home before leaving Saturday for the State I'niveisity at Lexington. Who overcomes by force hath over-DiiiMorris Kineheloe was the guest of but half his foe. Milton. e Mrs. W. J. Piggott, of Irvington, was of Mrs. Taylor Beard last Estimates on Application o PUBLIC On account of 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 Also heifers bred to a registered sire will be sold. Anyone desiring a butter cow will 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- sale of jersey cattle F ML BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky FOP LITTLE W HTOKIKI w nil M f I ITARRH f's Cream Balm quirk l Z. While The Press Thvmders HV w a. rv t s For Sale Klni' bllfcl for nnr Apply to Morarlii Stoi'K (arm. Hriimlvniinrtr. Kt- ahi.irtied. ( t.! INK DON'T DELAY THOSE THANKSGIVING CLOTHES "Come in and avoid the rush" is a good phrase, but it applies very directly to the ordering of Fall Clothes. You can feel that you can waste a few weeks more before ordering your Thanksgiving Suit. But why order a last minute suit when you Can place the order today and have the delivery set tor when you want it. This store wants the pleasure of showing you the sumptuous Royal Tailor Fall and Winter Woolen Display old-fashion- M Rc iff One. Bim ;or t Bit Kf w I wan't to show you my now watch", said Miss Viola Lewis, just before h atepp (I on the train going to Louisville Friday evening. "I am just as proud of it as I can be", and she pulled it out of her pocket book to show" to her The watch was a plain, friends. nicklc plate time piece and cost Breckenrldge News than It Is a freat convenience ana pleasure in her college work at Irving-ton- . She has no anxiety about losing WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1911 It as one always has, more or less, with College girls and women s PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN a gold watch. who travel and mingle in public lift ADVERTISING BY THE are getting the inexpensive watches and clocks for practical use. It is very antiquated now for a woman to wear a GFNERAL OFFICES watch on her waist or with a chain. I NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Sometimes a fob is worn, but even this rWICHCS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES is not so smart as carrying a tima Miss Lewis piece in the pocket-book- . roil POLITICAL ANNOINCFMFNTS is a graduate from the Kentucky State tes University and the University of Chicago. She spent the week end in $ 2.50 For I'recinct and city Office the city as the guest of Miss Florence '" Counts' OOCtt Allen Fairleigh. 1 15.00 ar Ststr and Disltict ) fnC .10 for ('..lis. per line "You can always tell when a woman ' Ul t L n..v.i:n. lnM i... Vi - inter has had a newspaper", commented Mr. ior 'Ml iniinau-'ii- Ernest Robertson, of Glen Dean last Ot ItHUVinURis ui iMj week. "It is separated and some parts views per line individual are gone", he continued while trying folded toto get his Courier-Journa- l DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET gether ready to read in his regular way. Nearly every man is particular For United States Senator, JAMKS, about his newspaper, perhaps this is OLLIE M. of Crittenden. the reason they rarely ever borrow one. It is said that Mr. Reuben Miller For Governor, of Indianapolis, Ind., folds up a newsB. MiCRKARY, JAMKS of Madison. paper just a column wide and reads each column through. For Lieutenant Governor, E. J. McDKRMOTT. 0 0 0 of Louisville. People often make a mistake in planFor State Treasurer, ning surprise visits to their friends. THOMAS G. RHKA. of the Walter R. Hensley.train-maste- r of Logan. L. H. & St. L. R.R.said once: "Never For Auditor, go any place without folks know you HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette. are coming; it is much nicer to have For Attorney General, them looking for you." Nine times JAMKS GARNKTT, out of ten surprises turn out disappointof Adair. ments. You are more apt to get a For Secretary of Stale, cake baked for you if you send your C. F. CRKCKLIUS, name on ahead of your arrival. of Pendleton. 0 0 0 InFor Superintendent of Public struction, John Ditto, Jr., of Decatur, 111. .made BARKSDALE HAMLETT, a trip with his father to Kentucky last of Christian. He visited his grand-fathweek. For Commissioner of Agriculture, Ditto's old place at Brandenburg, fishJ. W. NKWMAN, ed in the pond and rode horse back for of Woadford. his first time. Thursday and Friday he For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GRKKNK, Ha anil brotcrtn rliacnaed resulting friim Catarrh anil rlrlvf Rpatorp Biy ftdold in tli" Heal RiiM'aof Tat ami Hiii. ll. Full izn cta. at Drni(gitJi or by mall. Liquid 75 rti. Balm lor use in Brother. 56 Warren Rw t. New York. Loo pii.-kly. etnwii, Ce le' was the guest of his mnt Mollis. Mrs J. D Habbagi He is just six years old and said UM only thing he remem bered about his last visit down here was that the house faced the south. His mother always gets the directions pointed out clearly whenever she goes to a strange place, and in this and many other respects her son is much like her. John is a line boy and a great satisfaction to his father one reason because he speaks to everybody. Friday his aunt Mollis found him pumping buckets of water and carrying them out on the pavement. "What are you doing John'' she asked him. "Nothing aunt Mollis, lam just making a river." . For Sale R T. FoK sai.R nil In.homepwwet i"l 1 inCoom. M Gasoline Fogine and Grist Mill IsjtefnaMoieJ n. Ill .'"iripi' li r rv Kf. No. I. For Sale FOB BALI the Hen C. CinrWmin farm, owned y Mrs. II. Ma riln wji y. or M. Kemper and Mrs. A. M Mlnot. N. II Will sell as a whole or In two parti Trrms reasonable for further Infor. m alii in i'h on or address. II KN '. CI. A 1!K SON Mix -- prlnir. Ky ; Him .'.im acres Ine In HI siirlnir Vnilry: a ferine land :i ed piirt of For Sale is bom power stationary FoK jCnulne V;itkins nske, 10 good - Brecki nridge News, Cioverport. Ky. sale A r. For Sale FOK Cloverport. A LBliL.nl - hlMiil.4. Mortffaifes and allNews. kinds Hern. Rrrrkelirldtfe Ky. 0 0 0 We women who gossip usually have plenty else to do, but you notice the men who gossirj, they are time. 0 () jut killing Cloverport. Scholarship For Sale IAL1 lefcolattafp In the Howling FoK r t. University. Hood In uny di merit of that University. Hreekenrldire Njws, Ky. --n- ow and today--There- 's just the pattern suit here that you want for Thanksgiving wear. 0 Come in and select it; delivery to .000 When anything is serious, people talk the least. If a citizen who is respected and honored, gets into trouble, you can hear a pin drop in the town. 0 0 0 Toilet Articles, Face Powder, Many good people never get any 'oought flowers'' until they die 0 0 0 J. C. NOLTE 6c BRO. Talcum Powder, and Creams CLOVERPORT, KY. When Mrs. Charles Minary was here this fall she said one of her Benton Harbor friends had decided that croch eting was no longer a fad it is a move ment. The fad has developed into such in Cloverport and there are few women who have not taken up, as little Eudora Younger says, "orewcheting. " 0 AT COST GIBSON & SO 0 e. 111 I re- The Rev. Mr. James Lewis, former er minister of Cloverport, now of Fords-villhas adopted an excellent reading plan for his parishioners. He assigns them a certain n.imber of chapters in the Bible to read each day and the members report at every church service what they have read. They have completed the New Testament and are now reading the old Bible. Bible reading is becoming more general all the time. Traveling men are taking it up and many depend on it for their daily reading. THE PRESS HAS STOPPED! turn October turn October Daviess $L 5(1 8, U and loth, good to I4. County Fair, Owensboro, Kentucky. Cloverport to Owensboro and 4 S. T II A 7 UJESTIOH M O N F. Y ITS SAFE- returr October return October to 7 inclusive, good to TY IS SOLVED IV H AV ISC, A CHF.CKINC ACCOUNT H f.HL $?.q'J Cloverport to Kvansville, Ind., and return Sept. 24 to 2o. inclusive, good f to return Sept. 30, op account FROM 111 04NGMS 01 IOSS THROUGH IIILS HRF If IS SAFl TIIFH HlRCLARr MOST V 7) OF ' IS Indiana Alliance of German Societies and Retail Merchants' Association. FALL RACE MEETING ALL OF TIIF. A CHF.CK .M Hit WMMING POCKET MO) tNI LRLS OTNt R lOO TOH II 41 YOU of Frauklin. For Representative MARSHALL NORTON LOCAL BREVITIES Fred Fraize went day. to Cincinnati Mon- J Jas. O'Brien has been ill several days. All farmers report splendid crops of tobacco. Dr. E. C. McDonald has returned from Illinois. Go to see Mrs. Cordrey's fall milli- nery opening. Hilliary Hardin has been made of Cloverport. mar-sha- ll You are cordially invited to visit Brauandt's Studio. Miss Evelyn Hicks is showing beautiful fall millinery. B. F. Beard went to Burgin Saturday to visit his daughter. S. H. Davis and V.G. Goodman were in Louisville Thursday. Alf Taylor, Custer, is in Louisville this week selling tobacco. Wilbur Hamman has gone to Chicago to enter the University. Jim Satterfield, of Barboursville, is visiting at the Satterlield home. Allen R. Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, was here Tuesday taking depositions. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson and baby returned from Louisville Monday. Seatun and Head are in the market J00U cross ties Tie men get busy. Mrs. Jas. Sahli and Mrs. Walter Graham have returned from Louisville. "Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use the Lewisport BKST Hour". J. T. O'Conuall and son, ('elestinc, went to Koseville last week to see his farm. If you contemplate buying anything In ostrich goods, go to Miss Evelyn Hicks'. Miss Anna Hart, of Louisville, is with Miss Evelyn Hicks again this for . barn at Harned to run in connection have returned home from Jacksonville, Miss., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. with his hotel. now Ernest Carson. Have your photograph made Miss Carlisle has arrived to while the season is pleasant of the trimming department Studio. of Mrs. Cordrey's store. She is efficiMrs. N. S. Greathouse. a prominent ent in the art and has given the work woman of Hawesville, died at her home a special study this season. last Wednesday. Word has been received here from Jno. Wright.Maurice O'C'onnell and Oklahoma that the handsome new resMiss Sarah Wright visited relatives in idence of Mr. and Mrs. Bell was deLewisport last week. stroyed by fire. Mrs. Bell was Miss Miss Evelyn Hicks' pattern hats sur- Addie Perkins, who trimmed for Mrs. pass anything in beauty James Cordrey. shown iu Cloverport. Joe D. Huy, of DeLand, Fla., arrivMrs. Fannie C. Smith, of Highland daughter, Mrs. ed Friday from Chicago where he has Park, is visiting her been visiting friends for sometime. Wm. Downs at Kirk. He is the guest of Mrs. Curdrey and Dr. J. E. Royalty and twelve other will visit Mrs. Bentley at Hawesville prominent base ball fans came down and Mrs. Reese at Pineville before Sunday to sec the game. going to DeLand. where his parents bought one of the handsomest Messrs Wm. and Buddie O'Connsll, ha-of Los Angeles, Cal. are guests at Mr. homes in the city. and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell's. Henderson Route Notes Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamman and Mr. Chas. May attended the K. P. 3.00 Cloverport to Lonisville and re grar.d lodge at Lexington. turn Oct. and for trains 14H and Hawkins Smith has a nice bunch of I4J of 17th, good to return Oct. H young hogs. Things look prosperous $3 Cloverport to Louisville and re around his place on the branch. Get your father to have his picture made he is always the last to take the notion Braoandt's Studio. Dud McGary.of Kirk, went toOwens-borlast week to enter Columbia College. This is his second year there. rMrs. James Cordrey has received a large line of elegant millinery from like your face shows your disLouisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. position. Vivid snades of green, blue, red and new purple are shown in the beautiful millinery received by Mr. Cordrey. You ran carry out your ideas ,cno Hendrick has just nnished a from my line of line stock barn 83x71 on Mis farm uear Hardinsburg. J. S Fool was the builds Bra-l.andt- 's take-charg- e Kentucky . L O. O F. to Louisville and reOct 5 12 I4, good to turn, Sept. return two days after date of sale. Tickets will also te sold lor trains on Oct. 7, good returning two days after date of sale. Orand Lodge $:t Of Cloverport 28-:i- J, BAMK OF CLOVERPORT j jf IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW Parties Wishing to Build! If here-to-for- e What a Heap of Happiness it Would Bring to Cloverport Homes. g Haul to do housework with an back. Brings ou hours of uiistiy at leisurt-o- r at work. If women only kne the causethat Ilackacbe pxins como from sick kidneys, 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Tills core sick kidneys, Many residents of this vicinity endorse thtm. Mrs. Charles Stephens, ."C'C Clay St., Owensboro, Ky. , lays. "I have usd Doom's Kidney I'ills and believe they are a ood remedy. I did not take them exactly aa directed but they strengthened uiv hack and relieved me of the acute pain. When I felt better, I would stop jail In them instead of continuing their use until a complete cure was effected. I have improved iu many ways since using Doun'a Kidney I'ills Hnd can recouimeu them highly to all sufferers frOdl I'M J trouble." Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Foster-MilburCo., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United rh-in1 n You Want Building Material of any Kind Call on Gregory & Co. If You do not know Just How you want to Build , Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to know just what your Building will Cost 1ft-- II Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to make your building the most convenient for the least money o The Hat Shows Your Characte- Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble Call on Gregory Si Co. OfHCC States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Louisville Evening Host and Breckenridge News one year 3 5O. Near can sr. Beautiful Millinery aaason. S hear an' U ros. & Co., Kirk, shipped IS hhds. of old tobacco to Louisville Friday. H. A. Oeizc has gone to Kramer, Ind , and Mrs. Shelby Conrad attended the K. P. grand lodge at Lexington and vUitcd Mrs. Carrie Chic at lit Starling last week. Mrs. A.K. Fisher, Mrs. Robert 1'ierca and Miss Rena Satterlield had a pleasant visit at the home of Mrs. Eliza Allen Friday and Saturday. ' Miss Margaret Ashby, the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby, has entered C. H. S. Sue is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kramsr. Mrs. George Mullen was visiting her friends Friday. This is the first time she has been from home since last April and is speedily regaining her Mr. Kveiy color that is new, that is of l orret t taste, is displayed in my hats and trimmings French and Willow Plumes at the 11101 reasonable price-- . $3.50 A in regard to prices of material be had at the Hank of Cloverport If 1 haven't what you want I gsA Triple Plymouth 1u k hen s eK laid on the farm of J. A. Mushier. In Johnson county. Neb., wus found to contain an other complete with shell and still a third egg In a skin exterior. The tftg Inal egg wus nine and a quarter lmiies In circumference, and the inner egg wus perfectly formed und larger than '.he ordinary apecimen. - J. E. KEITH OKALhRS WRITE US FOR PRICES. (EL SON IN Granite and Marble can order it. to spend sometime at the Springs his health. V. G. Goodman for health Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and childis building a livery ren, Paul Edward and Francis Lee, Mrs. John Miles, livington, Kentucky Dishing a Pudding. When dlnhlng u boiled or steamed pudding if the cloth Is removed and the pudding turned on to the dish without removing the tiuslu und left for a few minutes before lifting (be basin the pudding will then fall out without breaking. Monuments CLOVERPORT, KY. 4 i w The House of the By ANNA Whispering KATHARINE 8 GREEN op,r,Kt 191 iL v Ann KthirtfM RnhlU Pines flmire. crouching dire extremity aa to te this crime un evidence as startling a to call for all and every poaslble tesrl mony to your Innocence, you preserved silence In regard to a fact which yon must have then felt would have se cured you a most Invaluable witness?' I hen it wna I regretted my thought less promise to he candid with thla man To answer were Impossible, yet silence ha lis confidences, too In ray dilemma I turned toward him. and Just then we stepped within the glare of vn electric light pouring from some open I caught his eye and waa doorway astonished at the change wb! u took place in him. "Don't answer." he muttered volt) bly. "It tan I nec-easnr- when you found yourself auch a arrested for In I CHAITKR XXVII. AITD I HAD AAID NOTHINO! HAD alwaye loved ber that I fcnew even in the hour of my darkeat suspicion Out now I felt free to worship her. A change took place that tnurit In my whole nature. In my nspect of life and my lew of women. Kate I was more Inclined now to call It Providence had abown me the heart of a great and true woman, and was free to expend all my best Impulse In Honoring ber and loving her. whether she ever looked my way aRaln. received or even acknowledged a homage growing out of auch wrung Ml bad done ber and ber unfortunate sister. The next day being Sunday. I bad atnple HUM tor the reaction bound to follow hours of such exaltation. The desire to see fepff, to hear from ber If only to learn Mow slie bad eudured the bitter ordeal or the day before noon became unbearable. I must know this much at any cunt to ber teellngs or to mine. After many a stnicgle with myself I Called up Dr Carpenter on the telephone. Krom him I learned that she was physically prostrated, but still clear la mind and satisfied of her brother's innocence. "Doctor, I cannot approach her I cannot even write It would seem too I I AA A,A hi 111 MAS. But tell her, as you presumptuous. find the opportunity, how I honor her. Do not let her remain under the Impression that I am nut capable of truly teellng what she has borue and must still bear " "1 will do what I can," was bis reply, and be mercifully cut short the conversation. This was the event ot the morning. sat in my wiudow In the afternoon My powers ot reasoning thinking. bad returned, and the Insoluble problem ot Adelaide's murder occupied my With Curtnel innocent, whole mind who was there left to suspect? Not Arthur. His BofOfl were M guiltless aa my own ot those marks on ber t throat. Of this was convinced, as It made my future. The secret man ot uullt might yet come to lluht. but how or through found my sell unable Whose agency to conceive. I had neither the wit nor the experience to untangle this con-AND I DID NUT KNOW I I ditli-cul- I , Ana so the afternoon passed With the oaataa on r night my wood changed. 1 wuuted air, movement The closeness of my rooms had become unbearable. As souu as the lamps were lit in the street 1 started out, and 1 went toward the cemetery. It waa u cold uight. and there were but few people in the streets. On the met nobody. As I ueared boulevard the cemetery 1 passed oue man; otherwise 1 was to all appearauce ulone on this remote avenue. The effect waa alnlster. or my mood made it so. Vet I did not hasten my steps the hours till midnight bad to be lived through la some way. and why uot in this? The cemetery gates were shut. This I bad expected, but 1 did not need to nter the grounds to have a view of Adelaide's grave. The Cumberland lot occupied a knoll In close proximity to tbe fence, and my only tntentlou bud been to pasa this spot and cast one look within In memory ot Adelaide. To reach tbe place, however, 1 hud to turn a corner, aud on doing so aaw good reason, aa I thought, for uot carrying out my intention at this especial time Home man 1 could uot recognize him from where I stood, bud forestalled me. Though tbe uigbt was a dark one. sufficient light anoue from the scattered lampa on the opposite side or tit way for me to diaceru uU luteut 1 1 arand the situaand gazing with an lntentnesa which tion now. and you ball never regret made him entirely oblivious or my presence at the very apot and on the that yon met Sweer writer very grave which had been the end of ray own pilgrimage. 8o motion lea be on your walk this stood and so motion lea I myself be- evening. Will you came at this unexpected and signifi- trust me. air? A who cant alght that presently Imagined I detective could hear his sighs In tbe dread quiet loves his profession 1 no gabinto which the whole acene had sunk. Grief deeper than mine spoke In bler. Your secret those laboring breaths. Adelaide waa Is aa safe with mourned by some one aa I tor all my me aa if you had buried It In the remorse could never mourn ber. grave." And I did not know the man. And I had said Was not this strange enough to rouse nothing. my wonder? At the next mo 'don't auswer," hi I thought so nnd was on the point muttered. wonder by a quick ment he was half of satisfying thla way around a corner nnd In another advance upon ibis stranger when there happened an uncanny thing moment wus out ot sight. which held me In check from sheer ref1 wns so placed In astonishment. CHAPTER XXVIII. erence to one of the street lamps I TH ! AKNOW OF death. hnve already mentioned that my shadmy first glnnce around the ow fell before me plainly along the courtroom tbe uext morning snow. This had not nttracted my atsought first for Carmel nnd then tention uutil at the point of moving I for I he detective. Sweetwater. shnd-ow- s cast my eyes down and snw two Neither was visible. But this wus uot where only one should be. true of Ella Kulton. She had come In I had heard no one behind me As on her father's arm. closely followed and had supposed myself entirely by the erect figure of her domineeralone with the man absorbed in con- ing mother. templation of Adelaide's grave I exThe entrance of the defendant cut perienced a curious sensation, which, short my contemplation of any mere without being fear, held me still for a spectator The change In him was so moment. With my eyes on this second marked that was cousclous of It beshadow. It did not move any more fore I really saw blm. livery eye had than mine did. This was significant, reflected it. aud It was no surprise to and I turned. me when I noted the relieved, almost A man stood at my hack not lookcheerful, aspect ot his countenance us ing at me. but at the fellow in front he took his place and uiel his oun of us. A quiet "Hush!" sounded in sel's greeting with u smile, the first. I my ear, and iienln 1 stood still, but believe, which had been seen on bis only for an instant. man at tbe fence, aroused by face since his sister's death. openlnc of The The crier announced the my movement perhaps, bad turned the court, and the defense proceeded and. seeing our two figures, started to by the calling of Ella Fulton lo the Instincfly in the opposite direction. sta nd. tively darted forward In pursuit, but witness i need not linger over ber testimony. wns soon passed by the man behind me. This caused me to slacken, for I It was very short and contained but dihad recognized this inner as he flew one surprise She had staled under by ns Sweetwater, the detective, and rect examination that she had waited t knew that he would do this work bet- and watched for Arthur's return t tin whole night and was positive that he ter than myself. Bat I reckoned without my host. had uot passed through their grounds He went only as far as the spot where again after that first time In the early the man had been standing. When in evening. This was just what I had expected from her But the prosecution my astonishment 1 advanced upon remembered the snowfall, aud in her him there he wheeled about quite naturally la my direction and. accosting cross examination on this point she me by name, remarked in his genial acknowledged that it was very thick, much loo thick for her to see her owu offhand manner: "There is no need for us to tire our gate distinctly, hut added that this lefts in a chase after that man. 1 know only made her surer of the fact she had staled, for finding that she could blm well enough." 1 began. not see, she had dressed herself for "And who" The the storm and g'one out Into the driveA quizzical smile answered me. ligut was uow in our faces and had way to watch there and had so watched until the town clock struck I a perfect view of his. its expression This did not help the prosecution quite disarmed ine. but I knew, as well as it he bad spoken, that I should re- Sympathy could not fall to be with ceive no other reply to my halt formed this young and tremulous girl, heroic in tier love. If weak in other respects, question. "Are you going back into town?" be and when on her departure from tbe asked, as I paused and looked down stand she cast oue deprecatory glance at tbe umbreiiu swinging in his hand. at the man tor whom she had thus sacwas sure that he had not held this rificed ber pride and. meeting his eye umbrella when be started by me on fixed upon her with anything but intbe ran. Tt so. will you allow me to gratitude, (lushed and faltered till she with difficulty found her way the senwalk beside you tor a little wayr" I could not refuse him; besides. I timents of the onlookers became so was uot sure that I wauled to. "You apparent that the Judge's gavel was are quite welcome," said I, and again called Into requisition before order could be restored and the uext witness cast my eye nt the umbrella. "You are wondering where I got summoned to testify. This witness wns no less a person this," he remarked, looking dowu at it found it leuuiug against than Arthur himself. Recalled by his in his turu. "I the fence, it gives me all the clew l need to our fleet footed friend. Mr. iiauelagh. will you credit me with good intentions It 1 ask u question or two which you may or may not be willing to answer?" Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. "Y'ou may ask what you will." suld I Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer 's "1 have nothing to conceal since bearSwamp-Roo- t, the great 1.kidney, liver and ...l,- lv- 1.1... 1.., ing Miss Cumberland's explanation of ber presence at tbe Whispering I'lnes." able health restoring am going to usk," he "The question I properties. Swamp-- , lontluued presently, "is oue which you Root fulfills aim t may consider unpardonable. Let me every wish in overlirst express un opinion. Vou have not coming rheumatism, ; pail told all ihut you kuow ot that evenin the hack, kid ing's doings." neys, liver, bladder I made s and every part ot the 'i bis called for no reply and urinary passage. It uoue. corrects inability to "I can understand your reticence if pain your knowledge included the tact of hold water and scalding use ofin passing it, wine following act and her or bud effects overcomes that liquor, Miss Cumberland's ueroic unpleasant or beer, and sister's manner ot death at the club- necessity of being compelled to go often house." through the day, and to get up many times dining the night. Hut It did not" 1 asserted, with de Swamp-Roo- t is not recommended for liberate emphasis, "i knew nothing of My arrival happened later. everything but if you have kidney, liver aither. bladder trouble, it will be found just Miss Cumberland's testimony gave me or remedy you ueed. It has been thorthe my first enlightenment ou these points. oughly tested in private practice, and has But I did kuow that tbe two sisters proved so successful that a special ur were there together, for I bad a glimpse rangeineiit lias been made by which all of tbe younger aa she waa leaving tbe readers of this paper, who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle nous." by mad, also a book telling And are wining to state sent free "You bad. and how to more about Swamp-Roo- t, it nowf hud out it you have kid"Assuredly But any testimony of ney or bladder trouble. that kind la for the defense, and your When writing mention I . w . . I Interest are ull with the prosecution. reading tbia generoua CtfiiJIlMiBMa Mr. Moffat 1 the muu who abouid talk offer iu this paper and cud your address to to mo." Ur. Kilmer at Co.. Hu "You are interested. Uieu, in seeing Bi nghumton , N. Y. The regular fifty-ceL young Cumberland freed?" size bottles are sold by and "I must be; he is Innocent. all druggists Don't make any mistake Tbe man at my side turned aud shot hut remember the name, Swamp-Root- , and tbe Dr. Kilmer's Swunip-Roo- t, at me oue glance which 1 met calmly. Binghamton, N. Y. , on every bottle. j "Ui. kiLiutiAi-'h- , wiii you tell me why. Ca-le1 against the Irou bars under connael. he was reminded of his ror mer statement thst he had left the clubhouse in a hurry lieraUK ne heard bis alsrer Adelaides voice and was If hem was the only rolce now he had heard His answer revealed much of nls mind No; I heard Carmels answering her." This satisfying Mr Moffat, he was passed over to Mr Foi, and a short ens examination ensued on tola point. "You heard both your alatera speak IngT' "Yea. air." "Any of their words or only their tolcea?" "I heard one word." "What word'. ' The word 'Klwood.' " "In which rolce?" "In that of my sister Adelaide." "And you fled?" akd "Immediately." "Leaving your two sisters alone In .his cold and out of the way nouse?" "I did not think tbey were alone." "Who did vou think was with them?" "1 have already mentioned the name." "Yet you left them .'" "Yes I have already explained that 1 waa erujaged In a mean act. I waa ashamed to be caught at It by Adelaide. I preferred fMgbt. I had no premonition of tragedy any auch tragedy I understood as afterward occurred. neither of my alsters. and my thought were only for myself." "Had uot this younger slater even enjoined secrecy upon you In asking you to harness the horse?" "Yes. air." "Yet you heard the two together In this remote building without surprise?" "No; I must have felt surprise, but I dldn t stop to analyze my feelings. Afterward I turned It over in my mind and tried to make something out of the whole thing, but then 1 waa far out on the links. They were having It out. I thought. In the presence of the muu who bad made ull this trouble between them." "And you left them to the task?" "Yes, sir. but not without a struggle. I was minded several times to return. This I have testified to before." "Did this struggle cousume forty minutes?" "It must have, and more. If 1 entered the hotel in Cuthbert road nt the hour they state." Mr. Fox gave up tbe game, and Mr. Moffat rested his case. There was no testimony offered in rebuttal, and the court took a recess. When it reassembled 1 cast unother anxious glance around. Still no CarI mel nor any signs ot Sweetwater. absence, but not could understand tier his. and it was in a contusion ot feeling which WM last getting the upper hand ot me thai I turned tny atten tion lo Mr. Moffat and the plea be was about to make for bis youthlul Client 1 felt u sudden slow and creeping chill seize and shake me. as I have heard people say they experienced when uttering the common expression, "Some one is walking over my grave." heard these words, delivered when in the slow and but slightly raised tones with wbn h Mr. Moffat invariably began his address: "May it please the court and gentlemen of the Jury, my learned friend of the prosecution has shown great discretion in that, so far as appears from the trend of his examiuatlous, he is planning no attempt to explain the many silences and the often forbidding attitude of my young client by any theory save the obvious one tbe natural desire of a brother to hide his only remaining sister's connection with a tragedy of whose details he was ignorant and concerning which he had formed a theory derogatory to ber potion as a young aud well bred woman. "Fear for a loved oue, even in one whom you will probably hear described as a dissipated man, of selfish tendencies and hitherto uubrotherly qualities is a great miracle worker. No sacrifice seems Impossible which serves as a guard for one so situated and so 1 IN 1 I 1 1 ' j 1 threatened." BaN Mr. Moffat recapitulated those events, but always from the standpoint of the defendant, a standpoint which necessarily brought before the Jury the many excellent reasons which hla client had for supposing this crime to have resulted solely from the conflicting Interests represented by that furtively passed note und the visit of two girls instead of oue to the Wbis paring Bines. It was very convlnclug. At the proper moment Mr. Moffnt suld; 'Gentlemen of the Jury, you have seeu the poiut after point of the prosecution's case demolished before your eyes by testimony which uo oue has hud the temerity to attempt to controvert. What la left? Mr Fox will tell you three strong und uutissoli Tbe ring fouud In the able tacts: murdered woman's casket, the remnants of the telltale bottle discovered in the Cumberland stuble und the op portunlty for crime given by the acknowledged presence of the defendant ou or ueur the scene of death. "But arc these poiuts ao vital as tbey aeeiu? Let us consider them and see. My client has denied thut be dropped anything Into hla sister's casket, much less the ring missing from tbut sisters linger. Dure you. then, convict ou this point when, according to couut, ten other persous were seen to drop flowers Into this very place, any one of which might have carried this object with It? "And the bit of broken bottle found in or near the defendant's own stable! Is he to be couvlcied ou the similarity it offers to the oue kuuwu lo have come from tbe clubhouse wine vault, while a reasonable doubt remains of bis having been the hand which carried It there? No. Where there la a reasonable doubt uo high minded Jury will convict, and I claim that my client Do You Get Up With a Lame Back? 1 v iHVr i has made ft plain that there t aticn n reasonable doubt. "My distinguished opponent would have you believe that the defendant did not fly at the moment declared, but that he waited to ruitlll the toni deed, which Is the only aenoua matter In dispute In his so nearly destroyed case I hear as though he were now speaking the attack which he win make upon my client when he comes to review this matter with you. Let me see If I cannot make you hear those words too" And, with a daring Nmlle at his discomfited adversary. Alotixo Moffat munched rorth into tbe following sarcasm: "Arthur Cumberland, coming up the kitchen stairs, hear voices where he hod expected total alienee, sees light where he had left total darknesa. He has two bottles In his hands or In hla large coat pockets. If they are In hla hands be sets them down and steals forward to listen. He has recognized the voices. They are those of hla two ulsters, one of whom had ordered him to hitch up I he cutter for her to escape, aa he had every reason to be (Jurloalty or Is It lleve. the other some nobler feeling? causes him to 1raw nearer and nearer to the room In which tbey have taken up their standi He can bear their word now, and what are the words he beara? Words that would thrill tbe moat Impervious heart, call for the Interference of tbe But he la made of most Indifferent. HA Ice, welded together with steel. sees (for no place save one from which he cun watch nnd see namely, the dark dancing hall would satisfy any man or auch gigantic curiosity) Adelaide fall at Carmel' a feet In recognition of the grent sacrifice ahe has made for her. But he doea uot move; he falls at no one's feet; he recognizes no nobility, responds to no higher appeal. Stony und unmoved, he crouches there and watches and watches, still curious or still feeding his hate on the sufferings of the elder, tiie forbearance of the younger. "And on what does he look? You have already heard, but consider It. Adelaide, despairing of happiness, decides on death for herself or sister. Both loving one man. one of the two must give way to the othpr. Carmel has done her part: she must now do hers. She has broitghr poison: she has brought glasses rhree glasses for three persons, bur only rwo are on the scene, and so she fills but two. One has only cordial in If. but the other 's. ns she believes, deadly. Carmel Is to have her choice. But who believes rhar Adelaide would ever have let her drink the poisoned glass? "And this man looks on as the two faces confront each other one white with the overthrow of every earthly hope, the other under the stress of suffering and a fascination of horror Riiltl-cteto have laid ber dead without poison at the other one's feet. This is what he sees a brother and he makes no move, then or afterward, when, the die cast. Adelaide succumbs to her fear and falls into a seemingly dying state on the couch. "Does be go uow? Is his hate or his cupidity satisfied? No. He remains and listens to the tender Interchange of final words and all the late tlons or the elder ro guard the younger woman's good name. Still he is not softened, and when, the critical mo-ment passed. Carmel rises and totters about the room in her endeavor to fui-- j fill the tasks enjoined upon her by her sister he gloats over a death which will give him independence and gluts tnin-sei- r with every evil thought which could blind him to the pilitul aspects or a Tragedy such as few men in this A brother. world could see unmoved "But this is not the worst. The aw ful cup of human greed and hatred Is but filled to the brim, it uas uot yet overflowed. Carmel leaves the room. She has a telephonic message to deliver. She may be gone a minute; she may tie gone many. Little does he He must see the dead. care which look down ou the womau who has been like a mother to hnn and see if her lntlueiice is forever removed. If his wealth is his and nls independence forever assured "Sate in the darkness ot the gloomy recesses or the dancing hall, he steals slowly forward. Drawn as by a magnet, he enters the room of seeming death, draws up to tbe pillow laden couch, pulls off first oue cushion und then another till face and bunds are bare and Death "Ah, there's a movement! has uot, then, done its work. She Uvea tbe hated one lives! And he is no longer rich, uo louger Independent. With a clutch he seizes her at the feeble seat of life, and as the breath ceases and ber whole body becomes again inert be stoops to pull off the ring, which can have uo especial value or meaning for blm. aud tbeu. repiliug the cushions over her, creeps forth again, takes up the bottles and disappears from the bouse. "Gentlemen or the Jury, this Is what my opponent would huve you believe. This Will he his explanation Of this extraordinary murder. But when his eloquence mets your ears, when you bear this arraignment and the emphasis he will place upon the few points remaining to bis broken case, then usk yourself If you see auch a monster in the prisoner now confront3 not believe ing you from tbe bar. It 1 do not believe tf such a mon1 - A Texas Wonder. Wonder cures kidney and troubles, removing gravel, curts diabetes, weak - lame backs, rhrumatlam, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will ha srnt by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle tJ.wo month's traatmcnt and selc'om falls to perfsct a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2086 Olive street, St. Louis. Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. bladder The Txa DR.JH. J. BOONE Permanent IDt. 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Icriocz?fo1blo1cz30iz51fo : Hardinsburg, Instead of Liquid Antiseptics Peroxide or many people are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet germicicle powder to be dissolved in witter as needed. For all toilet und hygienic uses It is better and more economical. To cleanse aud whiten the teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease trcrms, and To keep artificial teeth and bridirework clean, odorless To remove nicotine from the ster Uvea. "But you say some oue entered that one-doll- a, room some one stilled the fluttering life still remaining In that feeble breast Some one may have, but that some one waa uot my client, and it la bia guilt or innocence we are considering now. and it Is bia life and freedom for which you are responsible. No brother did that deed. No witness of tbe scene which hallowed this tragedy ever lifted hand against the falut-- ' 'unimed on Page Seven purify the breath. teth and purify the breath after smoking. To eradicate perspiration aud body odors by sponge bathing. The beat antiseptic wash known. Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, iuflainedeyeH. Heals sore throat, wounds and cut. and SO cts. a Ikjx. druggist or by mail postpaid. .Sample. Free. THE PAX TON TOILET CO.(BoTON,Mta nil thoroughbreds, and everything about his place was in ship shap OF FARMING order, but hi- - nig pens were a delight to the eye. They were1 oclean and inviting that you could almost delight to leep in them. Kverv 0 MRnU in lilnmJ U mtr ft) convenience was hfforded for the comfort of thofJ pigs. He enjoyed frivo their company ami they enjoyed his presence. While it was profitable peoffa cm act pICMUr out of life by followine "inic SON!!', hobby only. They tret the inViithnt true huppine- can only it was none the less his hobby and recreation, for he con hud by getting ewaj from thl work iind routine of the farm. They sidered it. but play to care for those tine hogs. be '()," I hear you say, "you want a man to make a drudge out of stay at home only when they are forced to do no by the work that I'hey will tear loose and o twenty mile to himself and call it play." Not so. but if you are foiag to have ome can not tie eft undone. special hobby and everyone ought to have, then make some depart picnic in ihr laisicst season. nomc recreation and I would not mentof farm stock growing that hobby. Now I think that one nui-- t have I have seen DMA who could talk vou crazy on dog lore; they had care to tdfodUC that one must he ever! istmirly tied down to the fnnn; and relief from half a dozen dogs, and knew dog history to a finish. They had corn ( ome travel in fai t, if - a 'most BlllWir) that one tbete pesky dogs, and thev thought the bread baked ipeeJalljf .onstant jrrintl. the e idea that pie ute can only lie obtained neighbors Miran if they got. mad because tho-- e dogs broke in the one Hut when knew one man away from home, tVy are on the wronir track. If you must have a Itnokl house and carried on a tew pieces ot meat. who got all worked up because a neighbor was not goiag to allow hat OUghl to hnve BOIM speria thins for hoMr, and surely everyone muni awuy from hard work, why MM pick u some phase ot dogs in his pasture, although they chased the horses and were likely faim life th .1 yo can s e. tlize in and cat iy it ti us near perfect to cause them to get cut on the wire. A certain man said that his completion aa you can. What if It ikea yeerg to iirinsr completed liest idea of heaven would lie to see a bunch of hounds rising over on one hill and a fox disappearing over another ju-- t aliead of them. results I know a man who has wasted a whole lifetime in caring for I found a neighbor near Humboldt, Neb. .a tanner who is .suhad a lot of guinea pigs, sipiirrels, young pet-- . He healthy and happy family, ccessful in many lines mid surrounded bjf hobby. wolves or something equally as useless, 000 fined about the place and of bir, heavy draft bOfeM as that has taken up the growing he would it by hours and watch their antics. His wife could hardly Jh309Vsafr'L)aw9HaVHk.' raise chickens, for he wanted all the scraps for some pets, or worse than that, the pets wanted the chickens for lunch and often got them. If he had put in the patience and time on raising a bunch of young colts or some extra line calves, he would not. now be u povery-stricke- PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE WAY -- ,; ... - , - ..(,. -- .1 Building Material Let us have a chance to ficnirc 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. - plea-utab- le -- -- ff yet-th- -- I I get-inpth- e . i i use-Ics- - ys -- West Point Brick H & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky old man. WmsV iCft-flLirajflHl- taGaHraKa3r SjBBstlfiflH& the .Seven Colts She has Raised for a A Good Mare and Nebraska Farmer Ho irets as much pleasure out f his colts as some city men do out of bMeball or fishing, and it it pays him and the vicinity vastly better. Now do not say, "That is business and not a hobhy,'' for he really enjoys it as much us any '"fan" enjoys baseball. He talks and dreams about his colts. They are tame and well trained from youth up. In fact, he makes the growing of horses a diversion and although there are some dollars connected with the hobby, and although they come his way too, he la really an enthusiastic horseman from choice and gets a real enjoyment of the business For instance, he has one old mare that has raised him seven colts, and every one a good one. He has not parted with one of them and now owns a Hue string of young horses that enable him to till quite a hrgfl farm with this one mare and her progeny. This man isnot trying to trade for every old skate that comes along the road. If some people whjm I have met put as much energy and thought into the business of breeding and raising good draft horses as they do in trying to skin some neighbor out of a few dollars in a swap, they would be vastly better off. I have in mind a man w ho is always surrounded by a bunch of old "hasbeens." He is always ready for a trade, but seldom has a real good team on the farm. If every young man that intends to make fanning his life work would take up some particular line of work and carry it to a success, making it his hobby instead of ome useless fad, he would find it affording as much pleasure and vastly more protit. I have known tin n who have made the tinishing of young calves a hobby. They took delight in seeing how heavy and well finished they could turn them off under two veurs of age. I knew one man who took a turn at producing fine hogs, and his hobby was one that was really protitabie, for he soon outdistanced every neighbor in the business. Now. he carried on other lines of farming; his cows were good, his chickens were Five-o- f -- There is a- - much real fun and far more solid satisfaction in rais ing some useful and profitable animal to perfect maturity, as there is in caring for a bunch of dogs or a pet varmint. If you do not believe in this way of thinking, just begin at once, (ret a a young colt, calf or pig and set about making it the best thing of the sort in the vicinity: get another soon and add to your collection. Go after the best in your special line. Think about it, read about it and dream about it. Do not forget everything else, but make that your hobby, give it the regular care that your other farm departments get and then irive it the special care of the leisure minutes and hours. You will be surprised how soon you can get interested. Buy a book or two on the subject, subscribe for special journals along that line, talk with specialists of your project, and see how much real, genuine enjoy meat comes your way. The man who can make sone special line of stock growing a atol pleasant and profitable avocation, is a benefactor to his race, ing up happiness tor hi- - present days and laying up a reward for after years. ft i 1 RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. banner, are yon interested" If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone Sc Telegraph Company Mid have him explain the Speciel "Far- men Line" rate. ? CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH .Incorporated.) COMPANY H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . Petition For Stock Law. O Are You 4 117 A woman 0 I Cardui The i Woman's Tonic BL 1 RrMkenrtdge others (County Court petition for Steel It appcari.in to the Court, after having been lufficieotly advised, that Win. Hall and others on petition for a stock law. being in number more than twenty nuving signed the petition, and being each and all over tne age of II years, and legal and iualified voters in Magisterial District No, 4, of Breckenridge County, Ky,, known as Bewleyville Magisterial District, and said petition having been presented to the county court of said county at its regular term in August, l9ll, praying and asking for a vote to take the sense of the legal and qualified voters in said Magisterial District No I, of said county of Hrecken-rulgknown as Bewleyville Magisterupon the question of ial District, whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said Magisterial District; it being the desire of the petitioners herein to prohibit the running at large uf all cattle generally and not only certain species thereof. The said petition having been presented it: open court at said August term 1911, the same is now ordered tied of record, and the said petition having been duly tiled more than 60 dayi prior to tne next regular Novem ber election to be held in November I9D, at which County and State officers may be voted for; and the petitioners with the County having deposited Court the sum of $37.00 dollars the amount required of them by the court to hold saiu election for the expense rf same in said district upon said question It is now ordered by the court that said election be held on I he next regular election day in November. lHlt, in Magisterial District No. 4, of Breckenridge County, Ky , known as Bewleyville Magisterial District of said county and a poll or polls be opened and ballots printed for each poll, if there be more than ('lie, for the purpote of taking the sense of the legal voters in said district upon said question of whether or not cattle generally shall run at large in said district; that said election y nd notice thererecf and a copy of th's order be published in the Breckenridge News, a newspaper published in Breck enridge County Ky., giving notice of said election, and that same be publish ed in 5 separate issues of said paper and for more than 2J clays prior to said elec tion. The County Court Clerk is hereby ordered and directed to have the bal lots for the various precincts in said Magisterial District No 1, of Breckenridge County properly prepared and the question printed upon the said bal"Are you in lots as follows, favor of making it unlawful for cattle to run at large on the public highways and uniuclosed lands of the Bewleyville Magisterial district, No. " And the officers of the regular November election 19!!, are hereby directed to open a poll at each and all votiug precincts if there be more than one in suit! District for said purpose as aforesaid 111 el.. L. L Waggoner, Judge Breckenridge County Court. A Copy Attest: H. M. Beard, Clerk Breckeuridge County Court. Wni. Hail J fi. J The House of the Whispering Pines B OVER . KINCHELOE S . PHARMACY BOARS AND BUCKS 15 ANNA KATHARINE 1310, GREEN W. Hampshire Bucks $19. CO Poland China Boera, 12.00each; each: also Polled Durham mid (iilts, all ajjos. R. MOORMAN & Copyright. by Anna Katharine Rohlfa SON. Glen Dean. Ky. e, to-wi- ing Adelaide or choked MCI a M which kindly fine hud spared "(Jo furtner tor the guilty perpetrn tor of thii inosi Inhuman net; tie stands not in the dock. Unlit shows farm or business I If you do yoa to Do no Kiieh relief a you see in mm today need in this department. If you arejintereal-e- d tiuilt would remember that his sister's muy find JOat what you testimony, under the cross eliminatin any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner'a ion or the people's prosecutor. Iel"t the mine and address. If mine of these places suit you, write us at one charge ot murder still haniritie over and let tolling us Bui the broth the defendant's head Ills restored us Introduce you to the man who has the er has forgotten this yon confidence la jne wtio now represents for. to Him father, mother and sister tin We recommend the following properties as being productive, thrown his own tate into tile backWill you dun that Joy -- wis ground and fair in price. tatfl this charge of murder'.' to Sell your farm or Imsine--- ; If Do You "It In your sense of justice you do so you forever phiee this for your property, send price and description at onca son of a noble father on the list ot and let us show you how we bring buyer and teller j together. ihe most unimaginative and hate drlv This depart nent is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling en criminals of all ilme is he Ruch n demon? Is he such a madman'.' Look buyera and sellers of t'armsor business proprieties i . in:t;e quick salea am In his face today and l ide D. Willing to leave his cause In your It could be placed in no bet hands I POOH good ter crib, No. 170 acres near II arned. scln ol. house and outletreasonably side house well waterL. w harn. excellent d. on Portion of II. "May it please your honor nnd gen - :V .acres 3 miles free, rai road, Kurt farm. Price fl.OuO IVI tlenien of the Jury. I am done." ;oue Bit from schoo MM Sample farms HI Nf 1 I- To on tin river,ut.-s- Hi atM If aoi one nt that moment felt the hou-- e good Improveboth descending Into his ments; 2 tiOO apple trees just In prime of life. 10S arrow of death No. 3 ...in acres mile from Kkron. Meade Good inhool. 3 churches. lKal landlotf.. nt v mil.' of nulidc school. heart it was not Arthur Cumberland mile graded school uood land ood and level land, No I 1 It. p ti ,,..,1 ,ll hind . leured. well To be continued 3 ui li irdlns-liuriNo. 4 H acresmiles les eastof ofllartied. ' .'(..'too Pi located 3 inlies from lrvlngloii. north UlllCOI Cliurcn SOU school r. uu ouiiuim acres lying In a fences. nooJ orchard and water: 30 acres No. 13 room dwelling and hallva.lev: a and 2 tenant CHURCH DIRECTORY In ttmlirr, 10 acres tlue white oalis Pr.ce houses, large tobacco barn 24 miles south Oi Kirk. H mile from school well watered, 2 '.0 acres In or- - springs near barn on Kura! Koulc. MS 40 acres, all 1iO. D Bhatd anograas; plenty of Umber, Cloverport Churches I'lOacns. ItiO level: all can lie lasllmt sprlnir, irood dwelling, i rooms anil llO. 11 cultivated 3 good dwellings: 3 hall, meat and hen house, tenant house two feed barns, big tolitcco liarn; S miles from rooms, tobacco ham. liable and corn crlh. Sanip.e Kas terms Baptist Church :) yards from McOuady and school house. Prl e tl.50. Kav terms acres mile Kast of (lieu - vr. i i7 Baptist Sumluy School, 11:30 a. m. O. K good, strong n si l.lfflitfoot, Superintendent Prayer Mflftlnf Mr V 4110 ;"'re good load i"'"' a ait i soil, watered Dean A Springs, lire. heurldye c.niuty. one by wells and sprlDgs. on good Wednesday f 40 p.m. Baptist AM Society IslO. county road, near good schoo! and churches. Society mreM Monday after Second Sunday, uf the heit sections In lite county New tobacco barn colt l, 200, 9 stock barns, very nionlli. Mrs. A. B. Hklllman. Preildenl m laUNI I miies.er.h of Boekvale, good tenant houses, line clover and rasa yt Real Estate Department you want buy what you ivanl and where'you want it are looking very property want cash Want yoo 1 Jno. Babbage ; I I I r. i Ym : : : 1 1 . 1 good level land. 4 room dwelling essiry ouliiiiiiuings l..n:int. house illli 300 yards. Pnc. Methodist Sunday School. li:30. in. Iru II. School bouse and church In (40 cash. Belien. Superintendent.. I'reucliliik' every II. Sunday at II a. ni. and 7:'M u in. Krauk Levi' Ik sj . o from Kirk, dwell ,i n in. Paittor. Prayer meelluK Wednesday, 7:3(1 p. IslU. O ing i story d looms and m. Kpworili L(ue. regular terrlce Sunday good well, small teuaut house, good harnand AvAft p. in: buklneM nieeiliiL' Hrsi TuMdkf viable, good orchard Miss Marirarlte Hum, and nlKlil earli moalk. 100 acres In one I. adieu' Aid Society uieeU 8rt I'rtkldeiit No. 9 Two tracts the other; 124 acres and lo 124 acres In Monday mush Month Mm. r..rret i.vi.u 1. adieu' Missionary Society meets cated 3 mile, from Hardinsburg ; loo acres I President KlngswoiNl Second Sunday In evei v BMMIW, Mra Vlrifll miles from llarued: H mile of Choir practice Friday college. Halihajce. President nltfl t 7 '!), A. II Murray. Director. located oil the railroad No. II IttSacre iron baler, good barn U Hethodlst Church l0. -- I I Presbyterian Church ' ni v Price to. 100. rvi a. I3& acre locatedt mile, IU MeQuady. Prlceg,0oo north of balance In yearly payments. ar No. I 324 acres located mbest Irvlnglon S s olle t the farms In that section. I'hder high state of cultivation well Improved good orchard well watered : an Ideal place. 1'rlce f lO.IKX). Sj cash, halaMd on easy payments from si No. I O in acres located om McOuadv. K 2 barns for tobacco and slock 3 room in ant house. Price (2.000 half cash and yearly payments. land. 10. 1 11 ; acres uC SaI.K A farm containing al I under fence. A ulce col re cf a ..! rooms, two cisterns, a walleda liar wiu k barnsi a store room over it. two gooj Mass. Sermon, Klrst Sunday of ach one leuant house, about 400 appl ud pea t U1 brooch lost and udvertlbtal and lieneil etion, U:00a. month. The rue Sunni other trees, also Pears, uuluces and api ots. most 10 li a. m Mass ul 7:(0 all kinds of small rrulti, including a nic tor in The Ureckenrulge. New wus days atCatechetical (In week daysfor IbechllJ-rai- i a. m. Instruction l'or 11,0 ac.rei four uiile;wesl of v. i. yard of choicest grapes 2ev acru Jletred IMUi lileiideane, 3 mllui from branch balance lu woods. 114 acres lu grass, levsril on Saturdays at s .w a. in , and on Sunbrought to the News office Saturday. It days .it i u a. in. oi l so p. in. railroad all fresh laud IU) acres til cultiva groves of black locust sutllcleut for posts u belonged to Mi- -. Lucy McGavock and rarm Bkroo tion; 40 acree In gran; will produce the beat wire the whole I. It. lu. It Uus near ,000 It. price la ot on L. 11. M. St. was found by Mrs. Nobie Sahlie, who torn, wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood, loug and easy payment!. pleuly lasting water, well at door of dwell received a reward. Pin Found. l a Prcshylcrlan Sunday School in. Preaching Conrad Slpuel, Superintendent Sunday. Kuv. Adair. Minister every Third Pi iyr-- i ue et leg Tuesday. 7 :M p. tn. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Sunday every month. Mm Chun. Hatterln ,d. President. Catholic Church . acres. 8 tittles fa) (jUStoll, miles from Irvlnglon: well si.ereil: a ts well : good vouug orchard good timber ; ou rural route: school house few yards fro u house; Improvements; good four room dwelling with kliclieu ou back porch: two good btrni: b.rtt aud teneht house and cistern back In the Held; meat and ben house; wood shed; will sell ou easy payments; plenty of smsll fruit. Further particulars addresi Juo. I). Itabbage, Cloverport Ky. Xlili .OlftJ 10 3 : ing; log dwelling. . rooms and side roomi good stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant Louies r for farm purpoiesi Pieoty of good p.i good land to clear. Price 42.000 s, cash. Culi : $2 : Subscribe - Hon. T. B. McGREGOR Republican Candidate for It: ' u Party at the Court House in Will ATTORNEY GENERAL address the voters BreckenridgejGoimty on behalf the Republican of of 4 Hardinsburg, Monday, Oct. 9 O'clock At 1 aSE F M. 0 IRVINGTON. Mrs. J. H. Cowley and son, Hugh, left Sunday for Birmingham, Ala., after spending two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Nora Board. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bolin are guests of relatives at Cannelton. Mrs. Jas. Malln, who has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. J.M. Herndon and Mrs. S. P. Parks, has returned to Owensboro. Miss Trent, of Custer, is spending the week as the guest of her sister.Mrs. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and sister. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, of Cloverport, were visitors of Mrs. J. T. Mattingly Satur- day. Miss Katie Chitwood has retured from a stay of a week with friends in Custer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice are at home from a visit at Tar Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Frank and child ren returned Sunday from Holt. Mrs. John Chllds, of Guston, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. S. Neafus last week. Mrs. A. B. Coleman, of Louisville, visited friends here Thursday. 0 Biliousness is due to a disordered conFuneral of Mrs. Sims. dition of the stoaiach. Chamberlain's Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine, intended especially to act on that The funeral or Mis. Chas. Sims was organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, toue held at St. Rose Catholic church Sunday Mr and Mrs Bate Washington. Mrs. Frank Payne, of Cloverport, has and iuvigorate it, to regulate the liver and the burial took place in the Cloverbeen spending several days the guest of and to banish biliousness positively and port Catholic grave yard. effectually. For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Sims was a sister of Mrs. Julian Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook. Brown, of this city, and leaves many There will be services as usual at the Now. relatives and friends. Irvington Baptist church on Sunday The Rev. Chas. R. Shepherd, next. pastor, will preach on the following: Morning subject 'Stepping Stones and StumblingBlocks"; Evening "Are the Young Men Safe''. There will be 3 special and attractive music rendered 1 g by the choir at the morning service. Everybody is cordially Invited. Mrs. A. D. Pulliam has gone to Boon-villIud., where she is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bentley. Mrs. Allie Claycomb has rented out her home on Maple Ave. and will move to Louisville this week, where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Nora Board is studying voice culture with Madarii Bredelli, of Louisville. Mrs. J. L). Ashcrsft and Mrs. A. T. Adkins have returned from a short visit to Louisville. Mrs. Earl Bennett and baby left Monday for Bowling Green to spend the month of Oclober with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mudd. Haynes Trent. Mrs. W. J. Piggott was in Hardinsburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major and little daughter, Katharine. leave today for Louisville after spending a week with Bread baking guaranteed .1 success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brlckey visited his mother, Mrs. Latitia Brlckey, at Clover Creek Sunday. The Hon. Ben Johnson will speak at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate, of CloverIrvington at 7 p. m., Tuesday October port, came out last Saturday to visit 10. After speaking at Hardinsburg the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C D. Ham-bletofirst day of Circuit Court he will come to where he will speak at Cloverport, Mrs. Tom Ryan and children and night. sister, Miss Nellie Haffey, visited relaThe best plaster. A piece of flannel tives at Glen Dean last Saturday. Rev. Argabright filled his appointdampened witb Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on over the affected ment at Pisgah church last Sunday. parts is superior to a plaster and costs Mr. and Mrs, B. F. Frank attended only one tenth as much. For sale by all church at Pisgah last Sunday and were dealers. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb.rt Tinius. Mrs. Mildred Baum went to McQuady n. Congressman. Ben Johnson's Speaking Dates In Breckenridge County. MATTINGLY LODIBLIRG ITEMS A. M. Hardin was In Louisville eral days last week, seve Another delegation of about thirty-fiv- Thirty Five Breckenridge Peo Go To Golden West To Lo Fertile Fields And Friends For California. cate-Le- ave left old Breckenridge Monday for California. Among them were: Roy Dye, Gorman St. Clair, Glen Hendricks and James McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Adkisson, of Paynesville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norton Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Eva Basset, of Union Star; Mrs. Nannie Gibson, of Cloverport, and Mrs. Ida Brown, of Lodiburg, started to McFall, Mo., last Wednesday to visit relatives'. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardin and dau ghter, Annie Lee, attended church at Sample Sunday and were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Amanda Jolly. day. Dr. J. B. Beeler, of Louisville, was in Misses Lula and Irene Brickey were Lodiburg last week. euests of Miss Settle Pate last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Bruce, of Bread baking is guaranteed a sucLouisville, were the guests of his brother cess if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Charlie Bruce, last week. ftaby won't suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil at once It acts like magic. last Thursday. Mrs. is Maria Adkissori, of Sample, Beauch- - Subscribe Right the cuest of Mrs. Eugene arap this weeb. e, CLOTHING ...FOR... V lurschbaumUothes, AU,OOL TMIWM OVAXJWTBDsi HAWP KB m g Society Men, Traveling Men, Profession-a- l Men Miss Lyons, of Irvington, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ida Belle Ater. Miss Wlidia Robertson.of Union Star, attended the ball games at Hardinsburg last Thursday and .Friday. Fourteen school teachers took tne train here last Monday, to attend the We can truthfully say it institute. Vjfts the nicest looking crowd that ever took the train here. Misses Nina Hardin and Emmarel Bandy, Messrs. Hewett Gibson and WilberKeys were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bandy, of Frymire, last Saturday Sunday. Mrs. Bateman Is In French Lick this week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Flake Ater, of Irvirfg-toare guests of friends here. So Judge Ahl isthe Republican nominee for Representative. There is not a better Republican in the county. But Judge, you will have to get a hustle on you, for on the seventh of November something is going to drop. Look out Judge, the fall mav hurt you. Mrs. Annie Shellman, of Holt, was visiting her cousin, Mrs. Ida Nottingham last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater, of was visiting Mrs. Ater's parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Bandy Satn, Steph-enspor- t, ' urday. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Mrs. Mary V. Munford arrived Friday from Chicago, where she has been visiting her daughter.Mrs. Evan Pusey, She was acfor the past four months. companied home by hercharming,grand laughters, Mrs Embry Wrather, of Hu.it on, Texas, and Miss Bessie Wrath er, oi Chicago, who will be her guests for several weeks. Miss Sue Board, of Big Spring, with her neice, Miss Anna Woodson, of Kansas City, Mo., were gnests of Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan last week. Miss Woodson left Wednesday for her home. Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and little son have returned from Guston. Mrs H. P. Hart, who has been spending a few days with Mrs. L. E. Henderson at Basin Springs, has re turned. The Rev. May returned Monday from Greenville, where he attended conference. Mrs. Nannie Bandy spent last week in Louisville visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pomp McCoy. Mrs. Robert Crider and baby have returned from Glen Dean. Mrs. T. C. Matthews and children leave today for Bardstown. The Irvington Gun Club which was organized here some time ngo is progressing nicely. Shooting matches are being held twice a week, on Tuesday's and men in all walks of life has been included in our Fall and Winter Line of Suits You are not experimenting 011 yourself when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a cold as that preparation has won its great reputation and exten sive sale by its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be deuended un- ou. It is equally valuable for adults and children and may he given to young children with implicit confidence as it contains no baruilul drug. Sold by all dealers. WEBSTER Miss Fannie Lee Brown, of Hardins burg, is the gucsc of Miss Mildred St. Clair. Misses Lula Stewart and Ruth Norton, were the guests of Miss Nannie Belle Corden Sunday. MJsses Glen Hendrick, Qormah St. Clair, James McCoy, and Roy Dye, left for California Monday. Miss Ossye Payne entertained a number of her friends to dinner Sunday Those present were: Misses Fannie Lee Brown, Mildred St. Clair; Messrs. V. A. Prout, Ernest Compton and Lee Hendrick, Misses Nellie Smith, Mary Nevitt, and Willie Drury were guests of Miss Essye Kendall last week. Miss Allie St. Clair spent Saturday night the guest of Miss Mabel Bent- ley. Chas. Bandy Is very HI at this writing. Miss Mildred St. Clair entertained several of her friends Saturday night. Glen Hendrick was the guest of Miss Tailor Made Suits For Women CWe have a splendid selection a style and dash of dresses for this season. that only tailor-mad- e They have clothes have and should be studied before buying goods and trying to make a garment. SHOES Classy Shoes and those with charac- DRESS GOODS Beautiful materials in wool and silk are shown in our array and you can find exactly what you want for a house dress or church dress. and Friday's. Mrs. L. B. McGlothlan returned Saturday from Hardinsburg. Misses Mary Nevitt, Willa Drury and Nellie Smith spent the week end with Miss Essie Kendall at her country borne near hero. Chas. L. Chamberlain and Jas. G. Harris left last week for un extended trip East visiting all the important points of interest ter have been bought and selected for our customers. Shoes that are comfortable along with style is what you want and what we have. Get what you need, what you want and what you have planned for the winter season We can supply you Alta St. Clair Sunday. Forrest Cotnpton was In Irvington Friday. "Bread baking success Is $ruarantswl if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Regulates the bowels, promotes easv natural movements, cures constlpatioti Doan's Regulets. Ask your drugglit tor mem, aoc. a uox, Ed. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky, tIMwW'W' i: - --a k A ESSEil IL '" '