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O'REAR'S PAST DUB UP No. 14 CONGRESSMAN BEN JOHNSON HERE w BYJcCREAR! r '' J Greeted by Big Crowd at HardinsburgFlve Hundred Democrats Follow Him, Anxious to Hear Citizens Glad His to See Him Irvington Gives Royal Reception. Message--Cloverpo- rt Third Real Sensation Of Campaign Occurs At Wickliffe. Senator McCreary Springs ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome t Startling Charges - Said O'Rear Advocated Armed -- POINTS OUT DUTY OF KENTUCKY'S MEN IN CAMPAIGN Men. RECALLS ADDRESS OF and others driving; many coming in some riding horse-bacon the morning train. It was the opening of Circuit Court, but the drawing card of the was the political speaking. Ono of Breckinridge county's favor-itd3' public servants and speakers was present. No man stands closer to the hearts of the voters of the Fourth Congressional District than f the Hon. lien Johnson, who arrived at the county seat at 1 o clock to F deliver his ringing address..1 in the1. present! campaign It was a sight .L TT..1I 1.! iL. i iu mu vity iu to see cnu peupiu rusiuiig uiiuugu luu rum l i.l. f'.t,.. nun i... uuur him. More than 500 voters clamored for seats. Col. Johnson was not in good trim physically. He was suffering from an attack of lumbago and could hardly rise from his seat with-'ohelp. Notwithstanding his infirmities, he launched his important message with force and logic, made it mighty clear that ho knew and felt what ho was saying. The cause of the great common people was i his cause, his business. Our only remedy, ho said, was a change in tho affairs of the State. lie pled for the right of the people as against the trusts and combines aided by the Republican party. His speech was listened to with deepest earnestness. Its sincerity fell over tho crowd. His clear, consistent statement of facts regarding O'llear'p campaign and his dodgery of tho real issues, made Tin on imnencjinn nn flio minrlc nf Ji-- linnrnrc Hinfr. pnnnnt. lin npocnrl h put his life and vigor into his address that brought out tho enthusiasm of the Democrat? and made tho "Republicans" seek a hiding place. Col. Johnson's tribute to McCreary and the Democratic ticket was an appealing call and the boys in the trenches were stirred to action. lie also handed out a big slice of confidence, saying the state will give a big Democratic majority and tho Democrats never had a finer show to win. Col. Johnson and Col. Jim Stone, of Louisville, Were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Pile while in Ilardinsburg. In sT'Oluverport they were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbagc. fr; His speech in this city was graciously received by a fair sized crowd of Democrats. Following is his speech delivered at Danville, Ky., and substantially the same as delivered ut Ilardinsburg: k talking, IIurdindburr was alive with peoplo Monday. A lurgo crowd from every section of the county got there early in the morning, some 1900. o 1 ut ," . Danville. Ky. (Special.) A large crowd of Boyle county Democrats assembled at the courthouse to hear the Hon. Ben Johnson make his first speech in tho present political campaign. In strong and ringing words he declared his unqualified support of tho Democratic ticket, and promised to speak in its behalf at wnatever point in the state the Democratic party should call upon him to do so. Mr. Johnson's speech in full is as follows: was the man who was going to stop all tho drinking, and the cussing and the swearing; then I1.0 wa3 to bo elected governor of Kontuckj, and finally, like Klliah. translated to heaven. He Is most to good for this world. He is so good that everything around him seems bad; if It does no today, It will become so tomorrow. But what was bad to him tho flist day he started out, is worse now, and grandfather, Ben Crow, was born. what was good then Is not quite so Here, at the McConnell placo, a half good now. Tho most Important Issue In this pane on mo ouier sine, my mouier born. Then, hero, on tho Robert campaign, and that Issue mado by " Bvans placo, my grandmother was Judge 0'Rar, Is that national poll-tic- s shall not bo discussed. Now will o .born. So, I know that you will mo when I say that Boyle coun-- . anybody tell mo where upon earth, ty is dear to mo. In addition to that, from tho creation of .things to this good hour, In any stato, in any land : to a distinguished citizen of tho towi. 4 from which I como, you owe Boylo or in any clime, has any man ever run Tho celebrated lawyer, Ben for tho governorship of nny respect-nbl- o fHBOunty. community upon tho ono issue I'jliirdln, who was my father's first law that you shall not discuss national ft" naftner, he was at Tiarrods-Owrwhen prosecuting Wilkinson, from politics? Ho started out to capture the whole k Mississippi, for having killed some r- - men in tho old Gait house. In Louis- - stato upon tho lssuo of prohibition, 11 vlllo fttlt Hint Hnrrarialitiri? nnil thnt with national politics barred. Ho . n ....... . ... .... . .. tBortion t Mercer county had not doesn't call It prohibition, but he l& treated htm fairly during that trial. calls It tho county unit law, moaning mv. fflffean fin wnllcwl rtilt if Ibii nnnrK of courso that ho Is In favor of carrying it to the point of where ho jmmuv ui iturrouHuurg uuer mm iriai, ,sald to somo of his frlonds: "I would burn down the distilleries, If fenco, stake and necessary. Ho thought that was go'trill build a ton-rai- l rider, around this town: out of this ing to elect lilin, and that wns one of cnuntv I will make two." nnil lio did. tho things which, In tho beginning of It Through his owi efforts and tlioso of tho campaign, sounded so good to , ho him. But, as tho canvass progressed, feU two distinguished .formed Boylo county, and by that act only a few wooks ago ho found thero gave Kentucky Boylo and Morcor, were somo peoplo who entertained two of tho best and greatest counties contrary opinions about that proposition. Then It developed that this the whole stato of Kentucky. Upon being Introduced to this au- - man, bettor than his party which he 'JdUuc a moment ago, It was said asks to elect him, changed front, and with George whiskey was not so bad at last, and jj'afliat I was connected aftor CulJer. Yes, Georgo Coulter's wife now you have him, day getting day, in away Bpy nrst cousin, jier motner anu Bpeech after speech, were sisters, i navo ai- - from tho proposition that whiskey Is OMHiier ray wved Anna Coultor vory much tho worst thing on oaith He now admits that he hlmsolf Is itfl recently, I spent last night at borne, and I am not in us good not a teototalor; that ho takes u r with her today as I was yes drlflVc whan be wants to; that he Ladies and Gentlemen: At tho ouhavo tlet I wish to assure you that I interm'ore, far more, than a passing est in tho wolfaro of Boyle county. Perhaps it is unknown to many of you, but it has always been a cherished memory with mo, and one of yhich I am always proud, that this beautiful county of Boyle, with Its tortile soil and good citizenship, was first founded by my ancestors. They were among tho first to fight back "tlie Indian and make It possiblo for you to bo hero today. But a half mllo from where I now nd was Crow's fort, orccted by my Crow. There my terday for the reason that she insin ed all yesterday afternoon, pretty nearly all the night and this that her grandbabv waa Prettier I can not than mine. stand for that. Important Contest On. But now, no have on In Kentucky, and in earnest, a political contest. That political i'ght. in 'my judgment, was more motr.entou3 tho day it commenced than it is now, and I believe it will grow le3 and less so until tho 7th of November. Tho claim of sanctity made for the Republican candidate for governor with such a great flare and blowing of trumpets has exploded because of apparent insincerity upon his part. He fellow-citizen- s, ifras , g 'I ... itnrr "."".r" r rrr: sons-ln-low- Wickliffe, Ky., Oct. 7. The third real sensation of the campaign between former Senator Inmes'B. McCreary and Judge O'Rear for the governorship of Kentucky, was sprung hete today by Senator McCreary when he charged his Republican opponent with having par ticipated in a meeting at the Gait The Iloiibc in Louisville in January, 1000, Cream ol with W. b. Taylor and others, and claimed that Judge O'Kear made a speech in that meeting in which he ad CONGRESSMAN BEN JOHNSON. vocated the use of armed men and viokeeps it In his liouso and glvos It to lence to keep Taylor in office. other people; and that he Is not First Hand Rvldence. against tho whiskey business as a ot Central Kentucky in which Mr. business not quite so good a local Senator McCreary &aid that he had Combs states that he heard Judge WEEK optionlst as Henry W'utterson. been trying to secure this evidence for O'Rear's speech and thought it justly A Democratic legislature, of which month, but it was not until referred to Senator Bradley, but that I am glad to say I was a member, the past Friday, iu Louisville, that he secured Judge O'Rear told him later that he Jas. M. Gaites' Spectacular Propassed a law and I myself voted for it most cheerfully nnd willingly, to the word of a man who was in that con meant the defeat of Senator "Cero duction At Macauley's; Week tho effect that alcoholic liquors should terence and who heard all that was Gordo" Williams during the legislature said by Taylor, Judge O'Rear auJ of ISS3, when Judge O'Rear was a page 2 Continued on Of October 16 Two others, with reference to the course to youth. The Herald will tomorrow also be pursued by Taylor and his associates publish a letter from senator Bradley, Matinees to retain the office to which they claim stating emphatically that Judge O'Rear ed to have been elected. assured him most positively that he did A sensation followed the announcenot mean his election when he made ment that Paul Wilstach, Dares O'Rear to Tell. author of Recommended For The Carrying the statement. "The Life of Richard Mansfield," and Not only did fcenator McCreary associated with the famous actor for Of Mail-- By Postmaster Gen- charge Judge O'Rear with having made Funeral Of Mrs. Tucker eight years during his tours of America in which he a speech in that conference had written a drama based on "Thais" eral Hitchcock In His Annu- advocated violence, but he called on The funeral of Mrs Bettie Tucker which will be seen for the first time in Kentucky the al Estimates-Favo- rs Parcels him to tell withpeople of and dared why was held Sunday afternoon. She died Louisville at the Macauley Theatre, him Taylor, he banded week of October 10th, under the manPost. to tell what he had said iu that speech of tuberculosis Saturday at 5 p. m., an Illness of live months. She agement of Jas. M. Gaites, with Miss after of elven years ago. Cans:ance Collier in the name part. leaves a husband and two children. Then Came Assassination. Washington, 6. Oct. Postmaster "Thais" is produced with a wonderGeneral Hitchcock, in his annual estiHe said it vas shortly after this ad WRIGHT BROTHERS DONT fully beautiful scenic investiture and mates of the postollicc department ex- vice had been given to Taylor by Judge will be the treat of the theatrical seaspenditures, provides for the establish- O'Rear that the regiment of armed EXHIBIT MACHINES SUNDAY on- Matinees will be given ou Wedment of a parcels post and the trans- soldiers from the mountains of Kennesday and Saturday. mission of mail by aeroplanes He tucky marched on Frankfort and re Mall orders will receive prompt atAt the great aviation meet in Chi- estimates that $.0,000 for the rural mained there until after the assassinarecently, the Wright brothers, tention, if they contain certified check. cairo deliveries and a same amount for the tion of Gov-eleWilliam Goebel Orville and Wilbur, were present in postal or express orders, payable to urban deliveries will start the parcels If parties desire tickets Derson and exhibited their machines, lheatre. Conduct Of O'Rear. post going. The same amount Is sugon Sunday not one of his machines mailed, self addressed envelops must but gested for aeroplane experiments Senator McCreary said the conduct of were on exhibition and none of their accompany order, thus avoiding possi in that mem pilots his Republican opponent were allowed to perform, alth bility of eiror. Special attention will Rev. Mr. Dyer Returns. orable meeting wus of such a nature ough the largest crowds of the occasion be gived to all out of town orders. that he did not care to comment ou it were present on that day. Christian Special round trip excursion rates will be given on all railroads. For Inform Rev. M. L. Dj er returned from con- to any great length, unless it should be Observer. ation regarding fares and schedules of ference last Monday night He remains denied, when he would be ready to trains, consult locaj ticket agent. Friendship with this work this vear. Ilardinsburg furnish the names of two prominent --, is no longer a station, but is now a part men of Kentucky who were in the conference, to prove his assertion. He Marshall Norton. of a circuit, Glen Dean and New OakThere Is a path that all men can land betng the other two preaching said, however, that he believed the peo travel tho path of absolute honesty. points. There will be preaching here ple of Kentucky would give the matter Good reports come in from all over no curves no grades, no much thought between now and the There arc twice each month. the county regarding Marshall Norton. road. November election and would show by bridges, no chasms in that Just keep an eye on the roadbed and Nearly every Democrat we met el their votes that they did not countenance NOW IS THE TIME TO HarciinsDurg said he was a sure winner. all will be well. such action on the part of a man seek We know a man who said, "I never The southern part of the county where ORDER ENGRAVED CARDS ing the highest office within the gift of knew distrust until recently." He's ne is well known is nearly solid for him. the people of the state. He will also get many Republican 0 be pitied. If you are thinking of giving a friend Be he rich as John D., he'll always be votes. There is no finer young man in engraved cards for Christmas, order O'Rear Is In Bad. broke If he keeps on thinking that the county and one more worthy of them now. Prices are one to three dolsupport. He is a Democrat and stands Lexington, Ky , Oct. 7. Develop- way lars with plate. Engraved cards are Friendship is an imperishable thing squarely on the Democratic platform. ments which have been brought out the correct thing for men There are mighty few In life. You He Is also for Ollie James for Senator here today seem to place Judge E. C and you don't know who his opponent O'Rear In an embarrassing position in can buy some for a cheap soug but is SAYS MEN NEVER PICK for. the real thing only with its like. regard to the various statements which So be staunch! If you are right UP A NEWSPAPER he has made as to whom he referred R0SETTA when he stated in his speech here early you are thrice armed. Yea, armed a hundred fold, against in the campaign that United States isMiss Louise: We noticed In last selfishness, greed, avarice, envy and sue of the News that ''The press has senators had been elected in Kentucky Please mail your letter ou Satuidny v the petty ills of life. stopped,'' so we thought you might by corrupting lobbyists. It was believThe sneak knows he's a sneak. Do- uot Monday. give us room for a few words in regard ed by many at the time that Judge J. R. Mercer went to Louisville Satn't think he Is walking in velvet. to men taking such good care of their O'Rear referred to the election of Sooner or later he will walk tho urday to visit his sister, Mrs. Argent Senator W. O. Bradley. He, however, papers. I have noticed that about all Ware. plank. the men I ever saw read papers, will intimated later that he did not mean You may not be there to see l.im, but Geo. Conner spent Siturdaylii Har Bradley. Interest to know whom he did tear them apart, throw them on the mean became widespread throughout he will walk It. Everybody does who ned. lloor, table, bed, desk, dresser, chair, is worthless. Charlie Lockard, of Louisville, Is vis. or any place for his wife to pick up; the state, and the newspaper exerted ' We are,or nearly all of us.ambitlous. themselves to find out. itiug hi brother, W.IJ. Lockard. also I notice If there are live or six We are seeking, not so much for ourJudge O'Rear Evades Question. papers and The News one of them, it Rev. R. M. Kell, of KlugHwood, acselver as ours, honor, fame, riches, is the Urst one they pick up. Then companied by Uro. G.T. Collins, filled Iu reply to a letter sent him by Desha surcease from trouble. they will say "Oh I do not like the Breckinridge, editor of the Lexington We ought to realise that this Ideal Rev. W. T. Daulel's nppoiutmeut SunNews, but my wife does and that's tho Herald, Judge O'Rear evasively replied can come only from unselfishness, from day. reason why I keep on taking it. Yours by referring Mr. Breckinridge to Con- honesty, from appreciation, from the Owen Conner returned from St. Louis for woman's rights, Mrs. Kate gressman Ollie James' speech, which "bear and forbear spirit Suuday, where he had been to attend Free, Ky. was before the nomination of United life, in yours. the funeral of hit uncle, I). II. Heatty. It's there In every-da- y States senator. Mr. James said that his It's there If you go after It. Seek A host of friends guthered at the Candidate For Police Judge apponent, Mr. Paynter, did not want It honestly, kindly, temperately, wise- home of Mr, nud Mrs. W. N. Adkissou, a primary because he could not win in ly. to witness the marriage of their daughV. G. Babbage will be a candidate a primary now any more than he could God save us from the shams of life. ter, Miss Oda May to Jesse Dowell Sunfor Police Judge, He says in as much have won in a primary in his election as How the real heart aches for real day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Hula as he was appointed by the Governor, senator over the Hon. J. C. S. Black- friends! They are millions who feel Chappell was bride'd maid aud Mr. Olhe would like to be elected to nil out burn. Judge O'Rear thus implied that that way. It's up to you to find them. lie Adklsson best unu. The Rev,. J, F, he referred to Senator Paynter's electhe balance of the term Chained Lightning. Wiucbell officiating. They received a tion. nil number of nice presents. Go To Central City Little Girl Arrives Letter Is Published. Bread baking Is guaranteed a success If you use Lewisport BEST Flour. The Rev. Mr. Currie and Mrs.Currle Tomorrow, howewr, the Lexington The baby who gladdened the home of and children, EuDalley and Mary, have Herald will publish a letter from the gone to Central City where he was ap- Hon. Leslie Combs, one of the most Mr. and Mrs. G. F, Storms Friday, has "Bread baking success Is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport Best Flour, pointed by the Methodist Conference. prominent and influential Republicans been named Anna Lee Storms, only Baking Powder made Irom Royal Grape Tartar "THAIS"NEXT ct stole your hoofnteak." "No, I nio you took mv "Mold on. Miss JOHNSON HERE Mamie, there ain't nobo.ly talking b ut rabbits. All I come hero to ask not bp shipped from OM par' of ths vou about was whether you said f Mat Into dry territory. That In dent stole your beefsteak or not." oorntic docttlnc. Iioal soil Rovi .Judge O'Rear. You can Thsl Im one of the fun in. !. .ii go along and talk about what yon of rtMnorr."tlc doctrine Karh please, rabbits or ativ thing pe, but lorallty xhoitld control ItsHf When you about the very thing any lorallty says that It (lorn not In mustn't talk which the American people are want It, I Bald by my otp then, iind I urn t Intere t, d. and that Is the quesOttOfBOl It now, that If nhould not ! tion of feeding and clothing them forced upon that locality. Hut that selves and their children. What good law, I resrrt to nay, la almost a nul- Is It going to do you to have a man lity. A Republican IMfMM, through tell you that ho Is going to wipe whls-ken generation of nirltntion of tills quo, off 'he (date, or the toharro trust tlon, has aald In iflMtl "Vou can off the map when, because by his many state laws as you past a failuio to devote his efforts to other choose to prohibit the shipping of pressing questions, yon and your chilliquor Into dry territory, but wr, th dren are lo hi' turned out to starve? great Republican congress of Amor-Ir(CtotnO Intend to ser that It may bo shipHave wo a ilcht to discuss national ped. ' Tha' Is the stnnd of the Ho-pissue? Judge O'Rear says not: the tt lean p:i arid here staads Its president says yes. Speaking of Presrnndldate for governor In the state f ident Taft's attitude uon this subKentucky committed by his plnfnrm ject, the Washington Post says: to an approval of the action of that Mary-lau'.Massachusetts , Republicans. RepubliOOagMOO. is lie carrying out that prinKentucky Republican:-ciple tor which ho says hr stands, cans and the Republicans of other and stands far above all other ques- .Mates vvhei" full tickets are In the tions? I say he Is not; and I say field this year, would do well to heed s that If he had been member of the advice of the leader of the party when the election of speaker in his speech." came he would have voted for .loo What the Tariff Does. Cannon; and .loo Cannon. I say, has "The carrying of these states now enemy to the rauso boon the of temperance, and the greatest en- means the carrying of the United emy to the human family, that has Siates next year." It means putting lived In thoT'nited States for ."it years. Toll back in the president's chair I have seen him In all his that he may veto a woolen schedule; tyranny; I have seen him In all his ,i lie ans putting him back in the reaMOOfl chair that when the memrough riding; and I am ever mindful of the day when ho deliberately told bers even of ills own party dare not th" rlerk of the house not to call my refOM to pass a bill giving farmers' might cast a vote In tut i mpl en lit s to the people of this name so that behalf of the people. Hut I did vote, country, lie shall be back there to and I told him then and there that vi to the bill. What does tile passage I would vote at any hnzard, and if it nt a bid tor farmers' free implements was necessary to pull him out of that lei .n' it means that when you pay chai'' that I Bright vote, I would do IIM or a tanner's implement, with and I old that clerk the duty removed, you will pay only so that he could not pass that ballot $111 for the same implement. Yet, rated bj the Democrats, and sheet up to the speaker that the result might be announred until my voted for so, idly by the Democrats, name was upon it; that the people of thai bill was passed, and after it was the Fourth congressional district had passed President Taft vetoed it. Taft sent mo thorv with a right to vote 0M upon a former occasion that we and I did not proxse to let the tyr- must have a reduction in the prices anny of one man deprive me of that of clothing, and he cited these figures: That men's suits which retail right. for $ir bear a tax of $10.76; that National Issues to the Fore. Now, they say that we shall not men's oveicoals which retail for $13 discuss national issues. If not, then bear a tax of $11. VI: that men's hats what? What have we their consent which retail for 'l each bear a tax to discuss? Positively nothing, be- of 9S cents each; that men's shoes cause I say that the Republican cam- Which, retail at $2 a' pair bear a tax paign has degenerated into nothing- ot tiL'lj cents a pair: that woolen unness, .ludge O'Hear's failure to dis- derwear which retails at $1 a garcuss national politics himself, or to ment bears a tax of SL cents a garpermit anybody else to discuss It, re- ment, thus leaving the dollar garminds me of KMMthtBg that actually ment costing only IS cents to bear a s lax of 82 OOBtO; that woolen hoso Hen happened at Hardslown wife hail a cook, and Mrs. Tal-bo- which retail at 51) cents a pair bear had said that Aunt .lano had a tax of 14 Ml rents a pair; that cotLM per stolen a rabbit from her, and Aunt ton hooo which retell at .lane went to her and said. "Miss Ma- il lOBB. pain bear a tax of ISVi c uts, " that women s cloaks which retail at mie, did you say I stole your Miss Mamie said, "No, I $15 each b ai a tax of $9..VS each; .at woaieu'c; cott m drosses which didn't say that; I said you stole my "Never min', Miss Mamie, retail at ill) each bear u tax of $5 rabbit." acb. ther. ain't Mtndy talking about rabe nui ratea a Hal of other bits; 1 wa it lo know if you said I rah" t prln-rtpli'- a d con-pres- I U Tal-bott'- tt beef-ttoak?- i ' from woman's ailments are invited to Wlito to the names and ml. ltv.v.es ben given, lor positive proof that I.ydiii E. FtnkhajD'a Vegetable Compound aTooa cure femala ills. Tumor Kciimvcil. .i.sm.iri.u.i'.n. Xi.2, iv.m kJll,Mfa.Chrittnji Bssd. MUM sis' Bt - Mrs. Nutbiui b. Uraloa,61 Katlck, .M s i: Mi Uaia st. Mil... i ikM.YVlB. Mr. gSMM M 1st Pt. rs. Clile i, AlvoimSwrliii, MMCly rim., m . Mn.Barah L..x ia lli.-M- Organic Dlsptaesssssasi niach Dm Ii, p..inn.-r.;r- tniurriu A vti. 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Dxlonl, Mass. ...iss Auit.lla Ouso, :t..it 14. Haiti inore.obi.... Mm .A.A.IIalcngi'r.K.K li.l. Orrvillo, Ohio... Mr... E V. Warner, H i e.U Atwatur. Olii...Misn Minnie Muelhau.t. l'rairi.i.l'il luuu, VVis.o.Mm. Julia beck, U. Ka. l. 1 Ba 64. - Mm. MaryHadloattBui 1273. rrejjularity. t'rll.lt, St. Ciaoiiuinli. I'bciiU, K.I Hronaiigli, Mo. N.,l.-M- Natarultj Truulwa. Mrs. Ii. .'. Mi - Win o K lug, II. n 282. ra. Huffalo.N ii a Harbrake, 17Marie- iiiout St. Wlnchaater, I u.l. Mrs. May Deal, K.K.No.7. I alb, N. -- Mrs. St. J. II. Breyere. liravvilltt. 111 M - .l. si.. Boi 22. Muoaon, "lii.. .Mrs. lieo. Stiicklcr, K. No. 6, Box g Uuult Kii:lior, Mmi-ri- Houth Haiif.ird, Mo Mrs. Cli.irl. u A. Austin. Buhauoctady.N.V. Mrn.lI.ForUr.TlUAlbitay TaftarrUla, III, Mia. JaaOraaaham VaiuloviMT St. tin.,. Mrs. HiU Kuu, Pa. saw. J10 Ara Sophia II.. IT. 613 Mrs. vv. 1'liila.leliiliin, 4, Hex Sloi.IHt. It I'oona, i:i Mn WotMlbrldtiH I'. . Mr. r. . M. sjlar, .louuntoii, i. k ii. III., i .i i 1.. i.auwltl It, It. No. Augmta, M.Mrs.Wiulli I Dana, U.K. 11.2. ht. Paul, Mini, Hit. II. M. S.li.irn, 1UIU I Hurrarrllla, IlbMra. Chaa. Moore, it. it. 3. Philadelphia, Pa.Mra Cbai. boell, 221 J N. Mole St. WaaaaaoUa, Mum. -- Mm. Jobu U. Moldau, 21IS S. cond St., N'ortb, II mis.. 11, Ohio. Mrs. l.. im 'arinoolni,K K.D.7. WeatWootl, M.I. John V. Hi. Iiar.ly. BaaMaila, Mo. Mrs. Julia Fraulz, U.K.U. 1. Female eukneaa. W'.'I'.rri. Haute, In.l - Mn, Arli.- K If I Una m. Kbno, A.: OaVault. I.mren, e.Iow Jul! A. Snow, It No.s tica, Ohio. -- Mrs. Marv Karlwine. It. K U :). Hellev ue.oiilo. -- Mm. Charley L'baiuuaii, It K. Mo.-Ma.-I Ovurlau Trouble. 1'itUI. i Pa. Mm. (i. Ii,i)r.6.'19 KlukaiJ St.. R.K. K. arn. y, M.. Mm ThoaBM Al'urry , lllua Ulan.!, 11 Mi. Anua Srhaarta. 38 ii, St. Klgln, I. No. 7. 111. -- Mm. Henry lielerg, 743 AJaiux (irovuHt. Kait Karl, I'a. Hi Scbaeffemlown. I'a, -- Mrs. Oyrm Helrlcb. D, Pa. -- Mm. Kiln K. Alkuy l'air. hai.r. , Pa. Mm. Mulla A. Dunham, Box 102. a tut on, M.i. larUmur, M... .Mm. H. A.Williaiu, 142 Waili- iutfton A vu. Cblaafo.lli Mrs Win. Aliriiua,223BW.21atHt. Uolltivue, Ohio. -- Mm. KilitU WiclauJ, 'iia 0 Mm. August M l.yon, r.il Ions Avoiilt , Vlrs Uama Uatbuna. U.l-'- . onmogo, - These women are only a few o thousands of living witnesses of Hie power ot l.ytiia p.. llukliam'a VaajBtaVbli ( bmpound to BUM female 'livases. Nut one ol these w. mien ever received comiiensat ion i.i any n ui tor tin; nst: of their names in this advi rtisemenl -hut are will-ijf that wo should refer to them hen .so of the good they may h other suffering women to prove that Lydia K. Plnkhamij t getahli! (Vinpound is a ivliahle and honest Bhedii Ine, and that the n. Mien's made in our mivertLseiuoiiU lttgarding iw luorit aro the : ul the truth. 1 lutr, !i. Koret,Wi.Mr. Auuul atuu.-'Mit. Mou rot. rst. l.Tio Vtwwrmaau. S. .It Knoxvia.., Iowa. - Mm.'laraKraiiki,l'.r.l.3. Mo. Mis Mae MrKnight. it n ,lt' n , V I. -- Mm. W. P. uleutiue, UtW Lln- aala Avenue. Muddy, 111.-May Nolen. Itiookulle, Uhlo. .Mrs. It. Kilinitob. K.t. hull, ohi,,. Mrit. C Oula. -- Mm. Krauk Clark, Mia E. Pbila.l..l.l,ia. Allegheny Ave. Nervous I'rosl ration. . ' elected thp attorney for the TTliiKkey Trust to the Vnited States senate. Yet, fellow citizens, uKn tin1 county iwilt bill. wIihii ihe Democrats gave them nearly liO votes, they DOttld not puss It. Were they sincere then? I He carries himself w'th an air of confidence. He looks his fellow say, no. Are they llnCSTS now'.' I man troigbt in the face. He has no circles under his eyes from loss of as einphat ieally, no. (ChMn.) answer sleep He is not tempted to extravagance. He tallies with this deOMLBsttteBi Then they go on to say: scription because he is the man with a bank account, and no mattr Oh, .Mr. O'Rear, I do not blame yon how small it is, it is something for the rainy day. More than likely he conilrnin the law passed lor not wauling to discuss national banked with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburc. Ky., because it is a strong for Immoral political puiKses politics. "Ltd that sleep," you say. reliable bank and oilers superior advantages and facilities. creating the racing commission "We will capture Kentucky tola time in Kentucky, and demand its reMATTHIAS MILLER, President J. D. SHAW. Cashier by keeping down those things, and peal." W. K. BARNES, Vice President Z. C. HENDRICk. Asst. Cashier then nexi year, when wo hold every Did the. rope it? No. Did they office within the gift of Kentucky, try lo repeal it? No. Hut the man DIRECTORS and have all Ihe ower and influence wli i is today their lieutenant govcr-OO- r thai this rtill give us, and every aveAllen R. kincheloe, vol d lor the passage of that law, J. W. Guthrie. J. W. Teaff nue of incney running our way, we and he is today one of Us strongest Alvin Dr. Wm. L. Milner Hustun Alexander A. C. Glasscock Skillman will caplure Koat BCky again, for It Mtpporten In 'he state of Kentucky. will be au easy matter then to throw The only thing they have done toTHE FARMERS BANK, Kentuck) into tha Republican col- wards the brooking up of the racing Ky. umn and Taft and Iangley commis:-inIs tor one of their men to thai your rights may bo trodden upon lice tl.e country with all Its cash. as though they were not "The Call" Called. Broken Pledges. There was a paper published at In the Republican Campaign Hani-booFroakfori Ol that lime that went by of 1907 we find this in their Hie BJUM of "Tlie Call." I don'l know wkosl i gftUodi and I don't know plat farm! have the bsst o( my (arm ami 'still unsold; will sell for th what it called, but everybody that It "We demand a reform in the cash or a cash equivalent, the balance in payments to suit purchaser. Thii called seems to have gone astray, inaiiageiiH nt of our public load is locate i 0.1 the Hardinsburg and I.eitcufield road, ten minutes' drive somehow. The RopvbllSOfl Campaign and penal Institutions, to the end that they shall be opIrom railroad station and the same distance from Kiugswood where is lo Handbook has this to say: erated by a bipartisan board, "The Call' charges that Ihe caled kings. hi C Jllee. District school will be built on or uear this laud 11, ckliaui-Hape- r upon proper business principles, admlnstratlon reH you waut a larui don't fall to see this laud. Also have two pair ol antl their Inmates treated huduced the tax to two and a half work and a pair of large horses thai I will sell. manely." cents and increased the assessed Write or Come to Hardlnsburg value of taxable property 25 per Ilav they cariied that out'.' Great They promised to treat the heavens! cent." Let BM read to you what the Deminmates of eleemosynary institutions humanely! Ilav. vou people so soon ocratic Handbook has to say on thai forgotten thai only a short lime ago subject. 'Ibe ctiinplaint they then the supci mit mien! at one of these made against the Democratic admin girl istratit.u was that it raised the asinstitutions look a and debauched her, although he occu- ses- ,1 value ef property. The lleino pied the relatiou of guardianship cratlc Campaign Handbook of this over her'.' Is that the humane way year say: arc ufest in this strong hank. It's risky in town In whioli they me to treat our feeble"There has been no direct inor country, to keep -- urplus funils lying around, crease In the lax rate, but as it minded, our afflicted, our unfortuparttaskrlj in the country, whore it la dangeiou-- , was necessary to raise mom y in nates lu the future'.' If so, God grunt some way to cany on the Will-soyou may send none there from thai even to curry money in the iocket. The luiinei war,' (ll couldn't well lie run the good county of Iloyle! Theu they ciin deposit his money here in absolute safety, on interest bearing warrants) sail: yet with one of our check books in the house, they resorted to an indirect "We favor the enactment and method of raising the rate. The ciiforci mi ill of a local option can e it almost as freely oj actual cush, saving state board of equalization turnlaw, with the county an the contime and expense in remitting lo poinlM, ed the trick by ralsiiiK the valutrolling unit." and avoiding risk. Come in and talk it over the They favored it then; they favor It ation of pioperty as turned in now. They ill ln't give It to you then, from the ciuuties. We shall take next time you're in town. the years or 1910 and 1911 as and they won't give It to you now samples. In several counties this They may say to you that they has been as great as 25 per cent, It. but you hail a llemix-ratiFIRST STATE BANK, it was as much as 20 per cent In legislature, and they would not pass a still greater uuinber, and 14 per It. Let uie answer them and say that C. PAYNE, I from the Democratic party they took B (our ineu, and with those (uur lh 6 wwxso Contioued on pags la 0 si nsiisi mulled time today to iad to you; vol when the lleinoorala passed bills cutting that tax half In I wo, I'rosl dent Taft, the very man who pick vl out these Items on which the American pnope wore nnjiiaily tuxed, vetoed the hill. Ho was one way and another way tomorrow You have a Republican candidate In Kentucky todnv who was one way yesterday and another way tomorrow on every proposition that conies tip Now, follow citizen, the Hopnbll-cHare running through the state lolling you how eaay It Is to bo to I tried that BMl old .Urn McCreary. (IreiKhtor). and you can prove by me hut it I not the easiest thing In the world to beat him It seem to be the Irony of lh first speech I ninhe In this should bo made on the headSalt waters of Salt river river heads over hero In Cousin Caldwell's Held. After the next election Is over, I am going to ask a crowd of vou fellows hero to go wdth BM down S ill river and meet O'He.n and his crowd coming up and, drown every of them "Long" On Promise. !'();, when (lovernor WHhMB In was a candidate lor governor on the Republican ticket, the Republicans got out a campaign handbook, and I laid one away in a safe place, knowing that four years thence the Republicans vvauld have another Candida'"! for the same oflice. and that some of the Clings they promised to do would not be done at the end of the fnir yeais, JfMl like today the things they promise you lo do if they are elect,. will never be done at all. About the only concern with them recently, it .seems, has been to ee how much they c iuld prtMBiM; and In order to Baaka heir promises abundant, they have put .lohn I.angley at the head 01 the Republican campaign In thin ou know that over in tha Bfht, mountains, where l.angley John come.- from, they call him "I'roinissory .lohn." When it conies to making him chili man of the Republican committee of thi state, I want to tell vou that it is most significant. When .loo Cannon had overridden the DefflOCTatl in the house, and when Insurgent of a sufficient number bal been created who joined the Democrats! a id when some good bills Ware 10 a me as a result of that coalition, .lor Cannon kept that house in session for :'. hours. Harvey Helm Is here t d y, and will bear me out in the siat ni. nt, that he. I and many others both ate and slept on Ihe floor of the house th ,t we might be there when occasion arose to vote .loe Cannon out of the speakers chair, if il wore possible. Wo lacked only a few voti's of turning Cannon out. The Repub loans had summoned and called in from all over the I'nitod States every one if (h i;- absent members: and When they marched into the chamber every fellow of them carried something and. r his coat. When the remit Of the vote was announce I, each and every man drew from th Lis coal an American Hag. the stats and of this nation the banner of freedom and they mount ad the desk toiKi anil waved tlbOM fogs over their heads, showing by that act tha: they were glad and became Cannon had won, and the Aaterloaa p.ple had lost. They deserved th stripes, but they disgraced the stars. Foremost anions them all was a great big man waving that symbol of freedom in exultant t lull i'i t.ver your defeat, and that man wan John W. Uukglny, the present f. airman of the Republican campaign dots tut taiUM viuv.u i 111 1 y 111 nn You Can Buy Thii Boston yoe-leid.i- v landsomr. Leather Automatic Davenport n cam-paig- cash; and balance on small payments to suit your con venience. It is solid oak or birch, mahogany finished, covered with lofted, real Boston leather. It can be used as n settee in your parlor or living room and instantly CHANGED INTO A BED. Has a large box concealed underneath in which to store bedding or linens during the day. Thus you get TWO ELEGANT PIECES of furniture for the price of one; only $25; paying only $2 cash if you desire, and balance on weekly or monthly payments to suit $2 your convenience. This is just one of the MATCHLESS BARGAINS we have to offer you in FURNITURE, RUGS, of some of the largest Furniture CARPETS, Etc. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output 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 of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores. WRITE US TO-DAand tell us just what you Refrigerators, Stoves, Carwould like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings ; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full pets, particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the money refunded. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DAGo-cart- s, COUPON. 313-31- 5 W. MARKET ST. Bensinger Outfitting Co., Louisville, Ky. I clip this Coupou from the N Tue rU. CLOVERPOItT. KY ikeividre nml wouLl like to have full particulars us to be-1.- THE LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS ESBSEB .V 1 IN KENTUCKY Hrejfflit Office Cr7Tffi GriOZxf! CrlGfZK WTt&. !YYtf iti-- . rYY, 5exjrj&, lXJL? :iXy PICK OUT THE MAN! "f :: Hardinsburg, God-given.- k DO YOU WANT A FARM? 1 one-four- 1 C. L. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. half-witte- f FARMERS' FUNDS -u-ili-tanl n x Irvinton, Ky! J. Cashier f evening. October the thirty-first- . Mrs. A. I. Pulliam and little daughter, Ida, have returned from Boonvilie, ML, where they visited for ten days. Dl AVO TUIO 1.110 flLLlN Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan, who has been ILHIO visiting in Rome, has returned. Drama And Mr. and Mrs. F..H. Jolly and mother, "Mother Mrs. Bettie McCall, have moved in "Don", An All Star Cast Will from the country and will spend the winter here In town Be Seen At Shuhort-MasoniKverett Ashcraft, former assistant Theater This Week In cashier of the First State Bank here, is now located at Kstell Springs, Tenn., where he organized a bank and was made the cashier. Mr. Ashcraft is one oi "iir promising young men and we MATINEE THIS AFTERNOON. trust that he will make good in his TWO EXCELLENT iUM -- MALARIA headache, biliousness, In- digestion, pimples, rheumatism, c blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons In your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use ess Free Railroad Trips lo Louisville the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Kail Merchandise to advantage Beginning September and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: I, I I into way week with Mrs. Edwin Foote. it has the Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook and two I mother, the guiding angel of the little daughters leave for Louisville Friday brood, loving her children in their to visit. ... .1,..,,, . I 1.. uui weemess ami purity, w.. iui The Womens Missionary Society of none the less when they have stumbled the Cumberland Presbyterian church and fallen and are in infinitely greater held an open session on Sunday afterneed of her care. noon at o'clock. It was well attendThis play is being presented in Louis- ed. There were very interesting talks ville by the original New York com- given by Mrs. Fidelia Galloway, Mr. pany, an organization which includes Clarence Penick and Mrs. W.J. Plggott. uch notable players as Mary Shaw, This society has been organized only a Jfcne Corcoran, Justine Cutting, Ger- short time and is doing some splendid Chapman. work. Marian trude Ualton, James Brophy, Albert Latscha, George Mr. and Mrs. Embry Wrather, of Irving, Milton Sills and others. Mon- Huston. Texas, and sister, Miss Bessie Matinee this day was opening night. Wrather, of Chicago, leave today lor afternoon, followed tonight with the their respective homes, having beeu last performance. the guests of their grand mother, Mrs. Among the most notable bookings of Mary W. Munford. They were charmthe Shuhert Masonic theater season is ing people and were extensively enterthat of Mr. William Courtney in the tained while here. new theater comedy success "Don", Dr. and Mrs. Clarence DeWees, of Fri be seen which I day andwillSaturday. on Thursday, 12th, Fordsville, spent Sunday with Mr. and October the Mrs. J. J. Tilford. 13th and Ith. Mr. Courtenay's D. C. Heron has been engaged to do appearance in Louisville iu "The have given farmers institutional work in Central 'Wolf" and "Arsene Lupin'' him u vogue which few of the younger Kentucky. He will be absent a couple players enjoy. In the comedy by Ru- of months. His subjects are Dairying dolf Besier which had more perform- and Hog Raising, of which he is quite ances than any plav in the repertoire of capable of discussing. IKa 1J,. ThAnt(r (1mnnn7 in Npw Mrs. Thompson, of Hartford, v'sited Mr. and Mrs. J no. Miles several days JYork. he will be seen to unusual ,... nnw tf Jnit nor. last week. t Via ticahir sort and the supporting com- The Rev. Mr. L. K. May, who has Ipaiv one of almost all star prominence. been pastor of the Methodist church here for the past two years, has been returned to this pastorate for another NOTICE. year. An honor was confered on Bro May at the late conference making him All persons who may extend credit to an elder. my wife, Rose Stader, will take notice Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen that the undersigned will not be responsible for any debts created by her. Dean, spent the week end with relatives here. H. L. Stader. 1 1 pre-Iviou- s I weak and yielding and led I ward paths and sin. And adopted state. The play of "Mother" just a simple, and Misses Esther Mae Jackson yet powerful story of home life of today doors of Theodosia Metheney and Mrs. Ambia as it is revealed behind the guests of a house in the city is well as in Daniels, of Cloverport, were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morrison Sunday. the country town. It has its joys ann Mrs. LaRue Cox and daughter, its sorrows, its family of children, some Inherently strong and good, others Katharine, spent a few days of last m.-in- Thedford's Black-Draugh- ti the old, reliable, purely vegeble, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. P URCHA5E a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says : I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thedford's and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. Black-Draught, sales checks, which are eiven vou with each pur chase, at once, to the Credit Desk, first floor, South end of the building, and we will refund in cash, 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales Insist on Thedford's Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenblatt have taken apartments on Maple Ave. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lcwisport HEST Flour. Special Notice to Charge Customers Refund made only in cash at time purchase; refund cannot be credited and at the time of the settlement of the account. Market St. and Fourth Ave -- CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Baptist Sunday School. 9M a. m. C. E Superintendent. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mfp.ni, Haptist Aid Society Society m eta Monday after Second Bnnday, rvt;ry BMth, Mrs. A. H. Hklllman. President l.tnlitf.Mii. Louisville I '''incorporate Kentucky j flethodiat Church Method Is! Bnnday School. :':S0h. m. Ira l. ery Behen, Superintendent. Preaching Sunday at. II a. in and ?::iOu. in. Prank Lewis Pastor, Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Epworth LMjrne. regular service Sunday ;4S p. mi business meattnj Hrst Tuesday nitrlit each month. Hiss flarcarlte Burn, President. Ladles' Aid Society meets first Monday each month Mrs, Purr est LUthtfoot, President. Ladies' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In every month, Mrs Vinrii Babbaae, President Choir practice Friday nlahtTdN, A.ll Muth.v. Director. THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Presbyterian Church i visited week. IRVINfiTON. Hardin Minter anil Mr. I'lnslHli'llai Sunday School !l:4" a in. Misses Margaret Peyton, Anna Lou- Conrad sii-- i. Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sand ly. Rev. Adair Minister ise Whitworth and Kuth Kincheloe, of Prayarmeatirg Tuesday. T dtp m Ladies Aid Soetelv Hardinsburg, were visitors of liiu fur dy ererymeets Wednesday after Third month, Mrs Chas Satterfleld, President. Susie Bandy last week. OUR RECORD: H years An of honorable dialing. Pitsrd through throe parties and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount n demand. Never sealed a check. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hicks', of Big Springs, &nd Paul Tilford left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will spend the Miss Roberta Foote left Monday for lOwensboro after visiting relatives and winter. The following invitation has been repriends at Bewleyville and her aunt, Mrs. Nora Board. ceived frcm Mrs. Edmonia Orendorf Thos. Adkisson has finished his new Perrin, of Sherman, Texas, announcing shop and is now ready for business with the martiage of her daughter, Edmonia, a full line of saddlery and harness. Call to the Rev. Gary Luther Smith, on Thursday evening, October the fifth. and see him. Mrs. Perrin and daughter visited here will The annual election of officers several years ago and are pleasantly retake place at the board meeting the membered by a host of friends. first of November. The members of At a recent meeting of the Laura board should be iniluenced only by the the good of the work, when casting Stith Chapter of the Eastern Star ladies their ballots. This should over balance the following "young ladies" were adall feelings of personal preference or mitted as members: Mrs. Amanda Jolly, aged SO; Mrs. Sue Hardaway, aged 7y dUlike. Mrs. Charlie Fritz, who has been and Mrs. Nannie Paul, 76. "Where visiting relatives in Hawesville, has re- are the old ones?" turned home. A box supper will be given on Than The Social Committee of the Baptist day evening at th" Public School by the Young Peoples Union announces a teachers. Everybody is cordially Hallow'een party to be given Tuesday Mrs. M. Hicks last Miss L B. McGlothlan is spending a few days in Louisville shopping. Catholic Church Plrst Sunday of each month. Mass. 9ermon, and Bcned Ctlon, !t:00 a. ru.. other three Sundays at la 11 a in On week davs Mass at 7 M a in. Catechetical instruction for theehl! on Saturdays atx:0 a. tn and on Sundays at HrllO a. in. and 2.:10 p. ni. , absolutely Safe Place EXAMINED (o do Business. 3 per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. I JACKSON DISTRICT. Tobacco is about all in the house. Most all people have a good crop. Mrs. Mary Brown, of Long Lick, was nard, Of near here, attended the Pair at Owensboro last week. John Hates and son, Owen, went to Cloverport one day last week. ''Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. HELP WANTED 10 lxperiencea Spinners: 10 L'n Experienced Weavers: 80 beginWell-lighte- ner: House Party Entertained At learn spinning and weaving. the guest of the Misses Sherron Satur- day and Sunday. Miss Hallie Heatty is progressing nicely with her school at Jackson. A large crowd attended the dance at Dan O'Connell's Wednesday night. Mrs. Pearl Jackson is ill of lung trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers and children attended a dinner given in ho::or of his brother's birthday, Saturday at his home near Free. Mrs. James Keeuan and son, May- - Good waves paid while Nevitfs Home, learning. Steady work In large, rooms. Air all coming into the mill is filtered; and cooled or heated as the season requires, t'annelton is a very desirable place to iive and rent and living expenses are very low. Apply to Irvington, Oct. 9 (Special.) A jolly crowd of young people from Irvington boarded the M. H. & K. train on Thursday evening bound for Nevitts Station where they spent a most delightful evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, assisted by their daughter, Miss Mary N'evitt, whose fame has spread abroad as royal entertainers Music and games were the special INDIANA COTTON MILLS, Cannelton, Ind. -M - . - -- i. - , - -- ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS Of Bab s Arrival are made to order at I RAILROAD a FARES REBATED IN CASH AT OUR TRANSFER DESK The HRECKENRIDGE NEWS Office Printed in Old English or Engravers Text round trip ticket from your homo to Louisville. When your PURCHASE ticket and your sales cheeks, which arc given to vou with you have completed the bopping in this store, take etch purchase, to Credit Desk. (South end .if building) first floor, and we will refund to you in cash 5. per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your round trip rail road fare. REBATE PLAN Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hundred with Envelopes Notice to Correspondents AiMiin we request you to ALU AYS SIGN YOI K NA.MK your letters. We eannot afford to publish matter miles- we are assured of its authority. Correspondents please mail your items on Saturday night so they will be in the News njfoe by Monday morning. U - AN OLD FASHIONED SHEET AND PILLOW CASE SALE All Week. A Splendid Opportunity for Hotels and Boarding Houses as well as Individuals. outages Good quality cotton; size 4'sx36; price each.. tity; price each Fruit of the Loom Sheets One Ready Made Sheets and Plllow- cases In every instance less than size the popular size that we will the cost of the cotton by the yard. sell out of proportion to the others; size Mx!0 inchesdowest price qui i d All torn from the piece, not cut. in years;these are finished with wide hem at top and narrow hem at botSeamed Full Bleached Sheeta Double bed sue; finished with wide tom and are genuine fruit of the hem, made oi splendid weight cotton, loom sheets;price C7i Oil limited qauntity; price CRp each or tne icom JUL kiiiow fruit each x.'i6 and Hli7 inches; size 15c price each Full Bleached extra heavy quality, double bed size, Hemmed l ull Bleached Pillow caaea Splendid quality, sue 10'n limited quantity, price CC Sheet-Seamleai, Hemstitched Full Bleached Fill the 12 c did quality, made by most Manufacturing Co.; Sheets and Pillowcases Splen- Defender satisfac- Full Bleached hemmed Pillow cases, sizt 48x36 llimited quan Isx-'I- 10c , nes; hemstitched Embroidered Initial IreinPillowcases v.e price per pair each UUt 32x3 i inches; price each.... hemstitched F.mbroldery Initial Sheets and Pillowcase Seta One pair 45xi6 in. pillowcases; one Klxv sheet; splendidly crnbroid IZ.w jered; price set $3.00 J tory wearing kind that we know of; price greatly recuced for this sale. Sheets "4xW inches, price 50c; tjagO in. , each 6c; in . each '15c; Tt xy!l In., each TtOi 8UUO in. .each 7.c ; 8lv!l in., each 80c; yOxoO in , each 80c; OOxyU in., each 9o. Pillowcaaea Si.e 4;'xJ0 iu , nfn ZUC each 18c; 4,sx.W in,, each We also otfer a full line of sizes of Fruit of the Loom Sheets at the same prices us above. THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Inc., Louisville Ky. features of the evening, after which delicious refreshments were served. The partv returned home by moonlight, enjoying a hay ride provided by the young men. Those invited were: Misses Viola Lewis, Nellie Smith, Drury, Kva ard Willa Mabel Midlothian, Blanch Hobson, Claudia and Maggie Handy and Jessie Hrady. Messrs. Robert Lyon, Kendrick Jolly, Charlie Hager, Hubert Lyon, Johnnie Johnston, Uerschel Kirk, Foin Galloway, Percy Henderson, James Schind-le- r, Hubert Livers, Dr. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs Louis H. Jolly. Returns Home. Payne, daughter ot Payne, has returned to her home in Hardinsburg after a Miss Enola Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Lewis pleasant visit of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Payne, of Tuscola, 111. She was also the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Marshall at Forrest, Livingston county, 111. She reports a very pleasant visit. $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Hrcckenridge News one ear f3. 50. THE BRECKENRIDGE JM) 0 rUBRMrf SONS NEWS, I'l BUSHING CO Iued Ever Vednedav EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT. KY WEDNESDAY, OCT IS, 1911 Subscript ion Price $1.0 a vear in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents pet lino, and ditioriHl liwertfoil, B cents fc r each ad- - CAKPS OF TH ANKS over five lines charged for Ht the rate N 10 cents per line. OHITl' AKIFS charged for at the rnte oi I MM per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. GLOVMRPOR1 n itEsro.vsiMUTr. The citizens of Cloverport ure soon to name u ticket to lie elect It behooves the public pirit-c- r ed to tnke hold of the city sroverment. men to use care and judgment in the selection of these candidates. Politics and personal feelings should he laid aside and a single put n h ntcred on evetv move a purpose for the best interests of Cloverport. The mayor, the councilmcn, the judge, the marshal, the trrmam and secretary, should all he chosen and voted for to repte sent us as we liould like to be represented- - by the highest type of manhood, whether he is a Democrat or a Kepublican. Ivet us be M careful and cautious in selecting our town officials as we would he in boaiofl a man to clerk in our own store or to take charge of our own busii Cloverport is oiu home and each of us should feel personally responsible for the way the town is governed. Cloverport could be Improved in many respects, hut it is worth a push instead of a knock. The knocker, you notice, is the fellow who hadn't pulled up Lets drop k to improve the town. - much as a weed off his elect the best men we can as our our hammers and do all we can to city dads. -e-- paper that makes the window look as HARDINSBIRO though it were made of colored pane Many cathedrals and handsome buildings are using this material. It cots he Willie Chamhlise was the guest about 41 cents a yard and Is beautiful. of her sister, Mrs. Byron Withers, of "The world is full of shams, isn't W Kordsvills Saturdiy. Said Mrs. Moorman. Her daughter who Mrs. Jennie T. Mctlenry came up had fixed the window, added, "And oh, from Hartford on her 70 birthday, Oct. how fast we are learning." 4, for a few days visit to Mr. and Mrs. John '. Haswall ooo Snot Drlskell taught at Kirk Friday Once The Mreckenridge News gave for .less Walls, who was attending the an account of a man's death, simply stating when he died, gave funeral Owensboro fair. Willie Carson, of lrvlngton, age II particulars, his age, dates of his marriage and names of his family left. recommitted to the reform school. Nothing was said about his character, Deputy Sheriff Arthur Heard conductno comments were made. The article ed him to Lexington last week was clipped from the paper and sent was Prank Waide, of Louisville, to the editor. Across it was written: hare last week visiting relatives. "It looks like this need a little fixing." Marcus L. Kincheloe left yesterday ooo with his daughter, Mrs. L. U McCub A Mreckenridge county man who debins, for California. Mrs. McCubblns pends on Louisville for mostof his socia has had a pleasant visit for several pleasures, made an engagement with a weeks to her old home, and to relatives young woman, and afterwards decided in various parts of the country. to break it. Hi' told her he was comPrincipal R. Y. Maxey, Supt. Drisk-el- l pelled to leave for home that afternoon and Logan Hickerson, attended the She accepted his reason kindly. The Custer Teachers' Association Saturnext morning he got on a street car day. and the first person he saw was this Hal Murray and Findley Miller went girl. He smiled at her sneakingly. to Louisville Saturday for a few days. When she stepped off the car she Mrs I) C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, brushed by him quickly and said, in a low voice but with a tone of firmness: was here Sunday and Monday the guest of Mrs Frank Peyton. "I have no use tor liars." Miss Tida Mercer and Mrs. Gus ooo Shellman were elected Sunday by the The man who runs his shoes over, M. E. Sunday-Schoo- l, South as delecan easily correct the habit if he just gates to the State Sunday-Schoo- l Con stops and thinks a minute. vention which meets in Louisville the r LOUISVILLE. KY Railroad Fares Refunded October 9 to November 18 Mail ordermore, - filled with the he-- t value in stock; or and on mail order we pay purchase-o- f five dollar forwarding charges to pointa within 200 miles. Modish Fall Millinery At Popular Prices noons S1.49 FELT and medium PLU8H AMP fSLT as In white, blue, purple, brown and red; price range front $2.H down as low TRIMMED HATS Satin and velvet models;, in black, blue, green and purple; trimmed in velvet ears and satin scarfs. A smart hat for street wear, ut SAILORS - Large shapes; in black, blur, green, brown and gray, Regular $3.50 vhlues: S2.98 on sale at TRIMMED MODELS In velvet, felt and satin; trimmed in fringe, cord and feather bands; large variety of shapes and colors. Regular 6.00 val ues, on sale $3.50 at S4.98 s. ooo the left hand unless you is the fashion. And the married woman, as everybody knows, should wear rings, especially her engagement and wedding ring on her third finger not the middle finger or the first finger. The Kastern girl will not even try a ring on her left third finger unless she is engaged considered ill luck, but that's a bit of folly. No rings on are engaged a- side-wal- AD VERT 1810 MUST BE HACKED UP. "Advertising is all right, but advertising must be backed up by bard work." said the manager of a large department store of Louisville. Men who fad to get results from advertising are those who fail to follow up their ads with the ri'ht sort of goods. Hard work must lie accompanied by advertising to bring on a car load of tine materials and let them lie in your store, without ever showing them, is like hiding a candle under a bushel. Advertising is like a star, it will not make people come to you exactly at the time you want them, but it, is a(uide to the man on the deseit. who knows not where he is and must follow it. finally reaching your place of business. The clerks on to a certain is thoroughly in city shops have gotten line of small talk that for Lieut. Governor. The To smother grief seems to be the ac to be present. salary of Supt. The Hun. D. H. (tea of the day and a person in sorrow 120U wasAndrew Driskell's ladies of the city are gracioualy invited to come. allowed. Severs is anxious that the women of Cloverport take more interest in now, does not dare show it. If he does, G D. Shellman, Dennie Sheeran he is considered not brave and the and the affairs of the Democrats and give them, at least, an audience. Jesse Whitworth were allowed $12 17. Ely's Cream Balm has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes all over the country. It has won Nov-eniba place in the family medicine closet among the reliable household remedies, where it is kept at hand for use in treating cold in the head just as soon as some member of the household begins the preliminary sneezing or snuffling. It gives immediate relief and a day or two. Letter writing, to write naturally, two's treatment will put a stop to a beWHITE US WHAT YOU WAJTT. just like you talk, is a rare gift. It is cold which might, if not checked, come chronic and run into a bad case said that Dr. Francis Smith, a man of If you are a farmer and have anything to sell on your farm, tell many interesting characteristics, rote of catarrh. Our paper is your show win- letters full of wit and originality. He u- - and we will tell the people for you. Fiscal Court Notes. Put in it what you want to s0 and you will find this the rarely ever signed his name and would dow. satisfactory way of efficient business transaction. We close his letter by saying, "Vou know quickest, most " can write your ads. Let ua know what vou want to say and. we can who w rote this. The October term of the Fiscal court at a three day session last week disooo say it for you. posed of the claims presented to it. The gladdest feeling of all, is to be Justices Wright, Harris, Dix, ,uiggins ' tired and happy and sleepy when Bight SPE. IKING TUESDA 1 A K! HT. and Whittinghill were present. Squire comes. Akers of the 3rd district, was unable Hon. .1. Mt Dormett will speak hete Tuesday night. October The ooo er disgusting to those who sec through it. "I don't know whether my shoes tit or not,'' said a young woman Saturday. "The clerk askt d me a hundred questions and got my mind off of shoes completely. I bought a pair and paid for them, hardly realizing what I was doing. I intended to have the left shoe fitted, but forgot it, I was too deeply engaged in telling the clerk about our town. He asked me if ADOPTING THE CASH SYSTEM. our little city was growing and while There is a wave coming over the country that will be fast felt proving it was, somehow, I took the every place and a happier day will never be when it comes wholly shoes without examining them thorgot home the shoes and readies every nook in the woods. That is the CASH SYSTK.M oughly. When I ten years aro when Mr. Julian were not exactly what wanted, but It struck Cloverport about of living. I did not have the nerve to take them Brown stared a rrcerv stoie here. His success speaks for its worth. back to the man, who was so nice and Several other stores have partially adopted it here. At 6 ten Dean interested in our town." Wilson A Owen have staited the Cash System and Wednesday, ooo A girl who likes to write letters as the first, the IrvingtOD Phaimacy will close their credit books well as get them, says that sometimes to all. There is much we would not get if we had to pay cash for it she can hardly wait the proper length System is the secret of of tiaie to answer a letter. Often as and better oil we would be in many respects. soon as she receives a letter she anssucces- - anil the Cash System is tre eerfainity of success. wers it, but does not mail it for a day or I inst. Much interest is felt in the union meeting now in progress at the city hall. Rev. Holcomb. who so success fully conducted the Irvington meeting a few months ago, is doing the preaching. Mr. Thomas, of Dayton, Ohio has charge of the choir work. Chas. L. Beard and family left Saturday morning for their new home at Deming. New Mexico. Their going is a distinct loss to Hardinsburg, where every circle and every enterprise that make a town desirable, will feel their absence There was no good work in which Charlie Beaid was not interested; there were no evils which he failed to combat. Deming is to be congratulated is her growth comes from such families from other sections of the lg-2- Big Dress Goods Specials To Start the Season Also many regular lines of desirable fabrics for discriminating shoppers. High grade merchandise at popular prices. $1.25 Values up to and $1.50 7 wt 85c Values up to and $1.00 50c One big assorted lot of fine Foreign Dress (roods. Y'ou will find almost all colors in the lot; and find also that the goods arc priced at about half their value. COATING SERUKS-.inavy blue, cream, white and black; very popular for one or three- piece suits;we show an S1.25 exceptional value at United States. Arthur Ater was here on business from Stephensport Saturday. If vou want to save money in buying Jewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Plow," Sold by J. H. Gardner. One big assorted lot of good Domestic and Imported Dress Goods. .Many of these, are worth up to $l.oo a yard, and you will find black and colored goods in the lot at about Half Price. NEW POLO CLOTHS; in plain colors and plaid backs. These are the season's popular novelties; price from Af) A OZijU $3.50 down to Great stocks of new fall Tub Materials are ready for you here They are bought right and priced right. KIMONO CREPES; Serpentine and, Mikado Crepes in new fall styles; per M"ijLn MONO FLAN N ELETTE; in new and pretty printing; exKI Winter Wash Goods tra heavy weight; splendid ues at the price; per val- JJq import- BLANKET ROBE CLOTH; made in Germany and ed by us for bath and lounging robes; at QCn Owo SCHOOL GINGHAMS: !oJ : : .. . ivw hi iiin leers,, 111 NNpwneu plains and stripes;new fall stylcs;med-iuand dark col- ft4 Afl ors; on sale at y2u OUTING FLANNEL: one case of good grade Outing Flannel, in lengths of 10 to 20yarda: regular loc quality : we will cut any length you need: per 9c yard m OUTING FLAN NFL; one case of outings for night gowns; p res alar 74c value; to fie .If: sold at i.:jji V f. He is the Democratic candidate Caw it and make it work sj LITTLE stokIKS W BITTEN While The Press Thvmders nv i.oi isi: face-painte- place to think, to get yoursWf a trustDisappointing to see a woman's and powdered, but to see a ing. Now, my croD is line and I believe see.'' ooo school girl, not evin fourteen, with her it will be ready to cut before frost ' fresh, pretty complexion covered with comes.-- He walked away in good faith. have more leisure now than ever," "I ooo powder, is pitiful. said the mother of two little sons. "Be"Might as well, throw that little tish fore I was married I was rushed all the ooo tway, aid a man to a lisherman. the time doing what everybody wanted me One half machine oil and one half other day when they were lixing their to. Now I simply do what I must and gasoline makes line furniture polish. string to bring home. "No, mister," have lots of time left for myself." Be cautious witli gasoline and keep it said ttie latter, "took just as big a from heat. Vou don't mind cleaning preparation, jerk to get that little one as it does to up the parlor with this la one Cloverport house-holthe get a big one." especially, as Miss RSMM Lou Moortiaru dance is used for a panacea of all man says, "If you have anyone to clean ooo ails. Many mornings about seven o'clock up the parlor for. " Down on slick creek near the chute, if you should happen in the home, you a little girl was throwing rocks back could Mich the whole family gayly ooo at her dogs as hard and fast us she barn dancing. The mother is dancing an"Surprising how .iick you get could when a new neighbor hollowed it for rheumatism, one of the daughters other chance to marry," says one to her, "How many dogs have you?" to reduce her fiesh and the father to widow here. "But Its a heap of bother She threw another rock, then answer keep bun young. The barn dance is to have a man around the house and ed proudly, "(iot three, but only two nothing more thau a skip to music and don't believe I ever will again." most any person, old or young, can that rollers." ooo learn it. By the way, it seems that skipooo "1 lost my first crop of tobacco by ping is becuming a lost art among chil hail," said a grower. "It worried me "Lace curtains are simply dust dren. To skip a block or two was once terribly. planted it again, then back catchers,'' said a house-keepas she a graceful accomplishment for little water got it. Seemed luck was againt was showing how a window in her new girls. barn dancing, reslly, is loads of me. planted it the third time and houiejhad been fixed. On the panes are fun, cheers a ody up and brings roses trusted, out in the patch is the aMJ pasted window phanie sort of figured to your cheeks. d 1 er 1 i woild says of him, "He just gives way to tiis feelings.'' A story of a crushed heait was picked up, the other day: "In the night I get up and wallc the floor. I can't sleep. Since mother has been taken, seems my heart is just being torn from me piece by piece. The greatest comfort I huve, :s thai mother's words are always with me, telling me what to lo. Her spirit hangs over ate, guiding, leading me. My eyes are just too dim to each as Flection ItlO, Claims for sheep Commissioners for killed by dogs, $718. M were allowed. A claim of MOl80 was allowed to Dennie Sheeran and one of $201.05 to VS. A Herbert Beard. In each of these claims the County Attorney asked appeal to the Circuit court. ;sv,W' was allowed If as county health officer. John P. Haswell w as allowed $25 for Dr. J. B Kincheloe assisting iu the sheriff's settlement. A tax of 3J cents on the $1.00 was levied in the R. H. tax district for I9IJ. Judge Waggoner was authorized to insure the Court House for a sum not exceeding $20,000 and at a cost not exceeding 150. W.W. Wheeler was allowed a claim of $.v:s..") as Poor House keeper. (Jeorge Royalty was allowed $73 for making the assessor's book. Claims of $- -' were allowed Bradley and Gilbert for books furnished officers. The Fourth District Leader was allowed a claim of $173.40. The Breck-enridNews gets for county priuting $.'il.e4. YV. After you have raked together a good sized pile of money don't let it Let SECURITY be your first thought. slip away from you. Make no where you will put iu danger YOUR PRINCIPAL. Buy no property or anything else unless you yourself are going to watch it. Bank your Then it will be SAFE. The interest we will pay you is more than money. government bonds will bring you. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay TUC i II i BAkir um in (IF ui 1 ioterest on Time Deposits. ge UinnikRIIRC iiniiuin uuunu l lmj TRIKT uu uui M . UirrfLtluir. V. . na u .tu nr. n J. Hall, jailer was allowed K. JM, missioner and racvivtr of Brtckenridg county to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Judge Ahl, said resignation to b ettectivs Oct. 3I. An allowance of not more than was made to W. J. Hall to erect a woven wire fence around the county jail, and for the purpose of grading 85. Kincheloe was appointed to assist H. M. Beard to settle with the sheriff for the 1!II Uxet. The Koad and Bridge Supervisor's salary of $600 was ordered payable Allen the jail yard. Free use of the county team and county toole is given iu prosecuting the work. Floors were ordered laid in the offi ces ot C ounty Judge and Circuit Court Clerk. I'. lln. uiI Ik. , ... .Live Cuoctal kin Inspector was fixed at 20U per auun quarterly. Gus D. Shellman was appointed Com ..i.ij A Reliable Remedy CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm it quickly alttortiwt. flivf Rtlict (t One. It elennv", soothes, the diwrwrl nn'iii. hrone reuniting froa bal Kinl MOtOTtl Cstarrh .nd drive awsy Hm Stores OoM in din .iiif-My- . ft Iinnr-eipt- a Tsete and , or by mail. form, ernts. Ely Brothers, 5 Warren Htreet. New York. -- tht SctlM'ft of Bin II, I' dl HAY FEVER i. '.o el nt In liqvid News II, 1911 &e Brecken ridge WEDNESDAY, OCT. FOR FOREIGN THIS PAPER REPRESENTED ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES CITIES NEW YORK BRANCHES AND CHICAGO IN ALL TMF PRINCIPAL KATES. FOR POLITICAL ANNO INC FMl.fcTS i For Precinct and city Offices I 5.00 Tor Countv Offices and District Offices . f 15.00 For State 10 For Calls, per line 10 per line For Cards, For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression W of individual views per line 2.50 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator, OLLIK M. JAMKS. of Crittenden. For Governor. JAMKS B. MlCRKAKY, of Midison. For Lieutenant Governor, r. j. McDBBMOTT, of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS O. RHHA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. FJOSWORTH, of Payette. For Attorney General, JAMKS GARNKTT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CRKCKLIL'S, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, BARKSDALK HAM LETT, of Cbristlan. For Commissioner of Agriculture,' J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GREENE, of Franklin, l'or Representative MARSHALL NORTON LOCAL BREVITIES v Go to Conrad Sippel for your winter shoes. Miss Garrie Tinker has returned from Louisville. Miss Hay Lewis Heyser went to Louisville this week. The piano at Sippel'u will be given away December 26. Miss Stella Weatherhult went to Louisville Monday. Mrs. Sallie B. Moorman went to Louisville Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Baity Morrison have returned from Lesiagtm. Miss Lydia Lawsou, of Louisville, has been visiting relatives. Just received a nice line of school shoes at Conrad Sippel's. Colin S. Miller, of Owensboro, was here Sunday at the St. George Hotel. 0. W. Hendrickson has returned from Cincinnati where he visittil relatives. Walter B. Oelze, of Cincinnati, came for a short visit to his mother Sunday. Hamilton llrowu shoes give satisfaction. Try a pair told at Conrad Sippel's. Eftrf type of hat style is shown in Mrs. James Corclrey's line of millinery. Miss Rebecca Willis has been the gue6t of Mrs. J02 Harpole, of Louisville. Miss Ruth Paith and Miss Ruth Car-mo- n went to Owensboro to aiter.d the Veager and Mrs. Sam Con :id Mrs. Panny Ware, of Hi i kinsville. died at the hospital in Louisville, im mediately after an operati.m for gall stones. The body was accompanied to her home by Mrs. David Pairlelgh and Miss Florence l'airleigh and olhei tela tives. The Ladies' Heading Club will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Abe Skillman. The cflicern for this year have been elected as follows: Miss Lizzie Skilluian, president; Mrs. pred Ferry, vice piesident; Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner, secretary; Mrs. Forrest Light-foo- t, librarian. The Partners Institute will meet at Irvington Friday and Siturday, Octo ber Jo and 21. It will be conducted l W. H. tStranne, of Munfoidsville. Geo. W. Witty, of Baidwell, and Geo. of Brownsville, assisted by local speakers. Win. K. Wicks, the organizer, will be there from Hipkinsville. Bread baking success is guaranteed it you use the Lewisport BEST Flout. . s, J3.00 Cloverport to Lonisvillc anil reRichard Whitehouse. turn (Jet. I516 and for trains 14 and The ladies of the Haptist church are I4J of 17th, good to return Oct. getting a chain of receptions at their homes in the interest of their Aid Soj Cloverport to Louisville and reciety. Among those who have enter- turn October 8, a:;d loth, good to retained are: Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Henry turn October 1 1 . W.W. Brown, of Kirk, attended the fnir lust week. Mr. and Mis. Smith went to Stephenprrt to visit telatives, Mrs. Rrnr Watlington mid daugh'e Lnitra Hue, were hce hist Week Mr. PL 7.1 Webb was I passenger on the train lat Sttnrday returning bom. Mtn MMi Wheeler has charge of the millitierv in a large department store at I'tica, Ky. Mrs. ( bus. Tanner wascalled to Winchester Monday on account of the illness of her mother. Willis Green, of Palls of Rough, hs been sprnditiK several days at thr in Louisville. Telephone your news items to the paper don't always expect to get them in unless you tell the editor. Mrs. John Lawson and ion are visiting rclativeain the country. Mr. Lawson has gone to Louisville on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Duncan and little daughter, Eunice, of Louisville, arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jackson and children, Carrie Mae and Forrest Rogern, left Monday afternoon for Lou sville to make their home, Hugh Barrett Severs, of Owensboro, has returned home after spending a Mr. and week with his grand-parentMrs. D. H. Severs. 5 Mr. Frank Fraize has returned home from Louisville, where he went to see a physician . He was accompanied by Miss Jenniu Warfield. Miss Clara Fisher, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Adel Hambleton. She has gone to Mansfield, Ohio, to visit her sister. Mrs. Fred Herrin. Mr. and Mrs. Wni, Carter and Miss Mary Carter, who have been the guest." of Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Carter, have returned to their home in Henderson. Miss Mamie Dellavcn expects to leave November the first for an extended visit to relatives at Glen Dean, Louisville and to friends at Greenville. Mrs. Chas. Wendelken and daughter, Lelia, will arrive Sunday from Gregory, Texa, to spend a mouth with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendelken and other relatives. Mrs, J. H. Wills left Monday for Louisville. She was accompanied as far as West Point by her mother, Mrs Francis Sawyer, who will visit Mrs. 0enln)fo Ir: Toilet Articles. Face Powder, w 3l rv t s for For Sale Lntil Nmemher 15. I'll 12 Harnil Plfmonth Roekb.,.--Oorkeftls, (Itllv ..,1. .. 1m, Lrnmllnit 111 .1 , Talcum Powder, and .Creams le. Write for irTiniiion. i price. y no Mrs. M. II Oreen- . .1, SHOES! For iVIen, Women and Children from rhe course shoes to the Fine Shoes for Everybody ' Kitu Hti,-- For Sale backs for ii. Apply to Wufaile ('arm, Hrandcnliurn. Ky. For Sale AT COST GIBSON & SON II bone power pin I A LI a Watkina mike, instattnni-riia Rntlne; rood reckenrMfr Seel-tmc- h iml overport, Ky. For Sale BOII IA LI LkMOa, Noftffem apj allklndi of li'iial tilHtiki Sews, Cloverport. Ky. For Sale Scholarship COK In the Bowlln Oreen Unlrersttv. kooi in iiny demrt Iier to each corner of the table and a ment. of ihnt I nlvi rslty. News. Cloverport. Ky large gilded heart-shapebox banked with golden-roand marigolds, ociu where he has an eight months school. pied the center. Two large andel I'ncle Ben Dean and wife, "Aunt were used for lights. The guests guessed what was in each of the differ- I.eelie." left Sunday for their home in ent packages that tilled the heart box. Chicago. They like city life fine. After Miss Jarboe had cpened the shower of lovely gifts, Mrs. Fred Ferry BIG SPRING received a prize for guessing the largest number correctly. Those present were: Mrs. .1 Proctor Keith, Mrs. Fred Misses Pattye and KrnnneCox spent Fraize, Mrs. David Phelps, Mrs. Ira Friday at Vine Grove. D Hi hen, Mrs. Harry Ncwsom, Mrs. Mrs. Jennie Wallace has returned to Fred Ferry; Misses Kdith and MargaLouisville after a visit with Mesdames ret Burn, Misses Irene and Anne Jarboe, Amanda Clarkson and Achilles MoorMisses Rebecca and Martha Willis, man. Misses BlllMOtll and Margaret Skill-maMrs. Hob Price, of West Point, was Miss Severs, Miss Heyser, Miss the guest of Miss Leah Meador last Cleona Weatherholt, Miss Kathnne week. Moorman and Miss Babbage. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller and left a boy Kngraved cards, one dollar to three and girl to brighten their home. dullars; wedding invitations and anDr. Beeler, of Louisville, was here nouncements, birth announcements last week doing dental work. and all needed society articles in printMr. T. K. Moorman and daughter, ing and engraving at the Print-sho- p of Miss Vertee, spent Thursday at Vine The Breckenridge News. Grove . ooo Mrs. Will Griffith was in Vine Grove The Mary Jane crowd spent from Friday. Saturday evening until Monday night Miss Agnes Hynes is attending on their new house boat. The event school at Uussellville. was planned in honor of Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe and was the happiest The school here for two weeks on account of scarlatina. time in the lite of the crowd. c d BED ROOM SLIPPERS For Little, Big, Old and Young In fact, anything in the shoe line you want, we can supply your wants J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. g J. E. KEITH DEALKRS IN (l SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. -: CLOVERPORT. KY. Henderson Route Notes FALL RACE MEETING Grand ?!1 L.odge Of 'iS-Ii- Kentucky . I. O. O F. to Louisville and reOct 5 12 I4, good to turn, Sept. return two days alter date of sale. Tickets will also te sold for trains on Oct. 7, good returning two days after date of sale Cloverport Makes You Love Everybody t PAY AS YOU GO! CWe have learned this and intend to profit by daily-resolve- only Cloverport mysar People Give Credit Where Credit is Due. People of Cloverport who suffer with sick kidneys and bail backs want a kidney remedy that can be depended upon. The best is Doan's Kidney Pills, a medicine for the kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and the on ly one that is backed by willing testimony of Cloverport people. Here's a case: George F. Megerle, Kivcr St , Cloverport, Ky. , says: "For three months I was unable to do any work on account of my kidneys being disordered. The passages of the kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so In badly swollen that was unable to get my lioes on. There was a dull ache in the small of my back, which extended Baker-Sha- W. tried a Into my head and although marriage of Miss Mildred Ander number of remedies, I was unable to The son Baker to Mr. Howard Johnson find relief. Finally Doan's Kidney Pilla Shaw, of Detroit, Mich., will be sol- came to my attention and I procured a emnized Wednesday at 12 o'clock at supply. I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entireSettle Memorial Methodist church. ( iwcusboro ly free from kidney trouble. I attribKntjuirer. ute my robust health solely to the curative powers of Doan's Kidney The Ladies Heading Club held the Pills." opening meeting at the home of Mrs. For sale by all dealers. l'rice 50 Handall Thursday afternoon. Koster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United introducing the CASH SYSTEM in our drug store. "Positively no credit" will be our Clf you are our friend, no matter how long we have known you or your family, do not ask for credit after we have inaugurated the Cash . Interesting Events Society System. CWhile we are trying to adjust a few back accounts, think over the Cash Plan of living, let us know what you think of it; give us your ideas. I 1 pay for what you get when you get it The CASH SYSTEM will aid digestion, will dismiss worry, will RID YOUR SHOULDERS OF THAT OLD BURDEN DEBT Next week we will have a valuable and interesting message for you about V States. Miss Anne Stcrett Jarboe will be name Doau's and Remember with a miscellaneous take BO 01 her. the piano oertiiicates will be given with complimented every cash purchase at Sippel's shoe shower given this afternoon by Mrs. Fred Frai.e. tore. The Stock Market. ooo Mrs. Joe Fallon, of Elmitch, is the guest at the Kail on home on Second At The Plank home Louisville. Oct. 10 There is but Street. little change in the cattle market. Beit The miscellaneous shower given last Miss Georgia White left Thursday butcher stock in demand. Good imjuiry for Fisherville to be the guest of Wednesday afternoon by Miss Edith for the best feeders and stockers. SnipAnna Plank and Miss Kva Bell I'lank friends. ing steers 5 5O and 6; butchers $4 ,"0; for Miss Anne Sterelt Jarboe, was a & ( Miss Kunue Wheeler, of Hardin beautiful party. The house was dark- feeders 4 Grove, Intl., is the guest of Mrs. J. H. Hogs- - Steady demand and prices. ened and lighted by gas and candles, Howland. Tops $).(. Good lambs 4 and I cents. and vases of cut flowers were on the The medium priced hat, clever and tables. Shortly after the guest of hon- Good demand lor choice stock ewes. Mrs. Lillie Mae Scott is the tfuest of j charming can be found at Mrs. James or arrived, she and the others were her sister, Mrs, Melville Eskridte. in Colored Folks News Cordrey's. Owensboro. Into the dining room where ices, asked Leonard Oel.e will at- cake and mints were served. StreamPostmaster Mrs. Van Nelson spent last week in tend the Masonic Grand Lodge in Lou- ers ill gold ribbon covered with nastur-tlon- s George Adams, wife and haby, Louisville with her sister, Mrs. Will isville ucxt week. were stretched from the chaude- have gone to Klizabethtown, Huuferland. Fair. IRVINGTON PHARMACY - IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY Death visited the community last the Baptist church, of which h- waa a m week and took one of the oldest clti- - tin- her. lire, ni baking is guaianteed a suczens, Mr. Harry Miller. He had been cess if you ue Lewisport liET Flour. sick several weeks. He is survived by a wife and seven children. Rev. Win-cheBread baking is guaranteed a succew conducted the funeral services at if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. ll Cel-esti- Tir"vsr-- pupj m.v hg hi unitnmfi m -- wmmyvwm T"(rv "Representative Caleb rowers of Kentucky Mid last night at a mooting of colored peomaB ple In Ebenczcr M. E. church to protest ngnlnst thn hanging of Mnmlo E. Lomax, that there'll be many wet days and dry ones, too, beforo they'll hang Mnttle Lomax in this city. Tumultuous applauso greeted this sentiment. Tho Kentucky representative also advocated equal suffrage for women. He Informed his nudlcnco Often Tho Kidneys Are JOHNSON HERE rent, G A Texas Wonder. Weakened ly Over-Wo- rk. The House of the By ANNA Whispering KATHARINE GREEN CopyrixM. 1910. Br Ann Ktthtrin Rohtf Pines in nis nrms just ns sno ten to tno ground before the swaying multitude. But he wns not the only one to kneel there. With a sound of love and misery impossible to describe Zadok had leaped from the box nnd had groveled nt those dear feet, kissing the insensible hands nnd praying for those shut eyes to open. Even after Arthur had lifted her Into the sleigh the roan remained crouching where she had fallen, with his eyes roaming back and forth In a sightless stare from her to myself, muttering nnd groaning and totally uuheedful of Arthur's commands to mount the box nnd drive home. Finnlly some one else stepped rroni the crowd nnd mercifully took the reins. I caught one more glimpse of her face with Arthur's bent tenderly over It; then tho sleigh slipped nwny. An olflccr shook Zudok by the arm. nnd ho got up and began to move aside. Then I had mind to face my own fate, nnd, looking up, I met Sweetwster'c eye. " It wns quietly apologetic. congratulate you," "I only wished to said he, "on tho conclusion of n case In which I know you ure highly InLifting his hat, bo nodded terested." affubly and wns gone beforo I could recover from my stupor. it was for Clinton to show his In1 was past nil feeling. dignation. I'urco ns an afterpiece never appealed L CHAPTER XXIX. "STEADY I" family? His .good old mother, who died a few months ago, 1 am sure would denounce him If she wero yet alive. quittal. Do you want moro of this In Kendemonstrations of Joy which folThe tucky? Is this tho kind of cattle that lowed lllled my ears nnd doubtless left you uro to help tho negro and a few personalty at $1,000, making their Imprcsslou upon my other senses, white Republicans in tho state of found when he went to pay my mind took In nothing but tho but Kentucky to foist upon our stutoT his taxos that he was paying on tnUIng his npimrltlon of my own form God grant that such may not bo the $5,000." plate nt the bar under circumstances ense! Who has done it? A RepubliUnjust Taxation. less favorable to acquittal thnn thoso Who approves It? A moment to can governor. My mind turns at this which had exonerated him. 1 has Republican candidate for governor. a certain matter. Mr. saw as never before how tho testimony which had reinstated Carmel just spoken to you of a plan to revise Can you have any confidence In a nnd In my heart nnd won for her. looked for carefully when the nrst the tax laws of tho stato of Kentucky man who promises you one thine and through her the sympathies of the thaw came; but. though glass wns pick- and that everybody was In favor of does exactly tho contrary? .whole people, had overthrown every ed up, it was not the same glass. The revising them, and I believe they 1 do not often tako issue with my specious reason which I nnd thoso Intask had become hopeless nnd ere long are; but there Is a different method anything. terested in me had been able to ndvocatcd by each party as to the friend, Jim Garnett, about was abandoned. me tell you The truth of the business Is JI.i GarIn contrndltlon of the natural "But with this Idea of Zadok being manner of ic vision. Let nett would make a good head to our couclnslon to be drawn from the damn-lu- g the means 6f Its transfer from the something that maybe you don't He Is nbout tho fact of my having been seen with on the know, und maybe Mr. Garnett does ticket Whispering IMnes to the house on Adelaide's throat. a man cleanest and best white man In Kenmy Angers bill I felt the desire to look once more, not know, but It Is a fact, that tucky. I take Issue with Jim nbout The horror stifled me. I was reeling nnd while court was In session this In Louisville has been taken from complaining that Governor Wlllson In my place on the edge of the crowd prominent newspaper work nnd put morning 1 started n fresh soareli-th- ls I heard a quiet voice In my ear: year 15 has been out of tho state of Kentucky when time not on the golf links. Tihbltt's upon a salary of $5,000 a so much. For one, I am glad of It; "Steady! Their eyes will soon bo off to me. ball communicates more quickly with months In advance of the approach- and, like Ward Headiy, the only thing Arthur, uud then they will look at you." ing election to advocate beforo the Would I have considered It farce If the Whispering l'lnes by the clubhouse It was Clifton, nnd his word camo 1 could have heard the words which road than by the market one. So di- next leg slature the patsaso of a new I have to complain about Is that ho I am I Its stiffened under Kentrcky, will come back. none too soon. this detective was at that moment rected my attention to the ground In tax law for tho state of la, willing to chip in nnd pay my part of quiet force nnd. taking his arm. let whispering Into the district attorney's front nnd on the farther side of the and the principal feature cf tint hi3 salary as governor It he will blm lead me out of a side door, where driveways. And I found the neck of to illustrate, that if you own a $10 010 never come back. ears: attenthe crowd was smaller and Its farm and oi have bar owed 5'j.UJO "Do you want to know who throttled that bottle! I have been in Washington all tho tion even more absorbed. on It, that the farmer who "Now. who would do this but Zadok. and this 1 Its cause Carmel was Adelaide Cumberland? It was not her soon saw the money shall pay taxes en $10,1)00 tlmo until a few days ago, attempted recepentering the doorway from the street brother; It was not her lover: it was who saw In it. he has said, n hud, and the man who lends the $3,000 on Is the first speech I have coachman." tacle for some varnish which he She had come to greet her brother, her old nnd trusted may escape taxation alto- to make In this campaign, and I havo "Give me your reasons. They must nnd Zadok how had he carried It if the farm unveiled, was nnd bur face, quite gether on the $5,000. I think and I not kept up with the newspapers and you beaming with beauty and Joy. In an be excellent ones. Sweetwater, or mis- not in some pocket of his greatcoat? believe every man who Is to take part their comments on the political afwould not risk making n second But glass edges make quick work with in this fight thinks that when a man fairs as closely as I should havo I forgot myself, forgot every Instant she pro- take In a case of this magnitude and pockets, nnd If this piece or bottle had owns a farm and has money bor- liked, but here Is a speech of Judge thing but her and the effect gone from the Whispering Pines to duced upon those nbout her. No noisy publicity." upon it, that he shall pay taxes O'Rear, made at Elizabethtown, and But Tihbltt's hall and from there to the rowed "Mr. Fox. they are excellent. here. Admiration nnd demonstration only to the extent that ho has ac- published in the Louisville Post. Ho lovo were shown In looks and the low you sbnll Judge of them. From tho hill there should be some token or Its quired title to the farm, legal or mnntlnnpil tho llnuor nucstlon often breathed prayer for her welfare which moment Miss Carmel Cumberland over work in Zadok's overcoat pocket. equitable; and that tho man who has during the speech, nnd I have marked "This led me to look for those to- his money loaned upon the farm shall every mention of it. Here is a newsescnped from more than one pair of threw the very foundations of our case paper copy ot the spcec'i. You can lips. She smiled nnd their hearts were by her remarkable testimony I felt that kens, nnd as I had by this time Insinunot escape tho tax; that is, in anothhers; she essayed to move forward my work wns only half done. It was a ated my way into his confidence by a er form, if you have three-fourth- s of see it looks like a crazy quilt. What and tho people crowded back as If at strain on credulity to believe Arthur free nnd cheerful manner which gave the farm paid for, and you have did he say upon the subject of'liquor? a queen's message, but there was no guilty of n crime so prefneed, and the him a rest from his gloomy thoughts money owing to another to the ex- But beforo I get to that part of it, alternative which Mr. Moffat believed I soon hnd n chance to see for myself tent of the other noise. I say, down here ho says: In. which you were beglunlug to believe the condition of those pockets. The and tho Democrats of Kentucky aro Ar"Only about 30 per cent of the When she reappeared It was on In and perhaps are allowiug yourself Democrats of the state particithur's arm. 1 had not been able to to believe In even now, never appealed result was quite satisfactory. In one saying, that you should pay taxes pated In the primary, according of them I found u frayed lining, easily upon the three fourths value of tho more from the place in which we wew to roe. explainable on the theory 1 bad ad- farm only, and the man who has to the face of tho returns, while rT.ZZ-Z""1 allude to the very natural suspiIf the padding done In Louisville vanced. That pocket can be seen by loaned you the other cion that the net beheld by your man you. and the Big Sandy regions, not of tho should pay the other Clarke was a, crUuina iitandjhat. to mention others, be subtracted, "But, Mr. Fox, I wanted some real taxes. RnneTagh Is "the" man really responsinot more than 25 per cent I know it to bo a fact that they in willing to embarrass ble for Miss Cumberland's death. Soino proof. I wasn't voted." my own repu- tend to foist upon you a plan which to risk Instinct held me back from this con- another man or For the sake of argument, let us tation on a hazard so blind as this will not tax- the money. I know from admit that that 13 true, but it is not clusion as well as the Incontrovertible really definite. A all I have heard of the Democratic fact that he could have had no hand without something I wanted or such candidate for tho legislature In this true. IJvcry one of those who did bottlo coufesslon was what In carrying that piece of broken a white man. Ho said as would war- county that they aro not going to get participate was by f0 per cent Into tho Cumberland stnble or or drop- n breakdown of tho man I could 1 get that proposition past him; and I he got his nomination ping his engagement ring In the sug- rant police action. How I TOEIlt EYES WILL SOON BE OFP every candidate should promlso of his nnrty being represented when TEADI think gestive place where it was found. this? tj. AUTHOR." you vote for him that ho will he was nominated, but In that 50 per "This man, guilty though he might before Where, then, should I look for the un and men1 to. I was known, the unsuspected third party? be. loved this family nnd was broken not favor such an unfair and unjust cent were Caleb Powers wished fcnmmrxl. nor had will allow the monled In- acing negtoes. Jim Garnett talkedd hungry for u glnuco of her eye. Would Among the ten other persons who drqp-pe- hearted over tho trouble in which he measure as undo-fileto escape taxation to the det- about Bradley's unspotted and It turn my way, and. If It did. would something Into that casket. saw It plunged. Excused today from terests of knew, if ho toga. Judge O'Rear tho real estate owner. riment It leave a curse or a blessing behind "Most of these were children, but I attendance ut court, he was in conwanted to run any sort of a raco at Case of Caleb Powers. It? In anxiety for the blessing, I was made tbo acquaintance of every one. stant telephonic communication with all, that ho had to havo the 90.000 willing to risk tho curse, and I follow- 1 spent most of my Sunday that way; some friend of his who kept him postNow, fellow citizens, I am going to Kentucky negroes that Senator Braded her every step with hungry glances then, finding no clouded eyo among ed ns to tho conduct of tho trial nnd turn to the present Democratic Camcarries in tho palm of his hand. until she reached the doorway aud them. I began n study of the Cumber- the probabilities of a favorable ver- paign Book for a few minutes. I read: ley not know that Senator Bradley I do shake of the land servants, naturally starting with dict. turned to give nuother "We denounce the action of ever uttered a prayer In his lite, out hand to Mr. Moffat, who had followed Zadok. For two hours I sat nt his the Republican governor for his "If tho case had gone against Arthur if he did his eyo immediately fell them. Hut she did not s,eo me. partisan and unjust action In stable Ore. talking and turning him wo should have heard from his coach-ma- u upon that part of tho Scrlpturo which, 1 must catch her iuslde out. as only we detectives know "I cannot miss It! pardoning the men Indicted for paraphrased a llttlo by Ward Headiy, that I verily believe but when eye!" I whispered to Clifton. "Cet how. him actually over- wo nil saw that bo was likely to be I found participation in the assassination reads: "Suffer llttlo negroes to come mo out of this. It will be several min- whelmed with grief-n- ot tho grief of ncoultted I realized that sorao other of William Goebel, the governor unto me, for they aro of the Kingdom utes before they can reach tho sleigh. a sane mnn, but of one in whom the course must be taken to shako Zadok of our state, and we assert that of the Republican party. Let mo see her for one Instant face very springs of life nre poisoned by from his new won complacency, and I thoso pardons wero granted for A Splendid Ticket. to face." some dreadful remorse. political reasons, and not upon chose tho most obvious one. Judge O'Rear, In his Elizabethtown or tho cases." did not know he revealed this. Clifton disapproved and made mo "He tho merits "Just when everything looked most awaro of It. but he did my bidding He expressed himself ns full of hope favorable to their restored pence nnd This quotation is from tho Demo- opening speech, said: desired, planac"Tho nominations nevertheless. that bis young master would be cratic platform. Governor Wlllson happiness 1 shocked Miss Carmel and 1 had Just time to see this sleigh and ned and previously agreed upon quitted tho next day. But I could see through her this Zadok into tho be- went all over this stato this you by that committee havo been note the rejoicing face of ZadoU lean- that this prospect could never still tho lief that tho whole agony wns to bo know saying that he would not grant made with an unerring precision ing sideways from the box when I worm working nt his heart and resolv- gouo over again in the rearrest and a pardon to any man until ho had that shows machine work. It may beheld her pause aud slowly turn her ed to understnnd why. I left him os- consequent trial of tho man sho still first been convicted by 12 men and bo that tbo gentlemen so nomitensibly alone, but In reality shadowed found, to his belief, to bo head around nnd peer eagerly-n- nd loves In spite of all that has happened afterward nated weio better than thoso regwith what divine anxiety In her eyes-b- ack him. The consequence was that In to separate them. Innocent. Ho said with uplifted hand istered. A wIeo machlno would Kentucky and pledged his over the beads of those thronging tho evening dusk he led mo to the "Ho was not proof against this new all over not choose tho weakest men In a nbout her until her gaze rested fully cemetery, where he took up his wntch responsibility. leap own honor and that of his party to it. As sho fainted ho close state." nnd sweetly on mine. My heart leaped, nt Miss Cumberland's grave, ns If It ed from tho box. and could I nave Ho has violated it. Among tho men I am glad that even Judge O'Rear then sank down, down Into unutternble were n Mecca and he n passionate heard tho words ho muttered In her that ho pardoned in violation ot his Tho Re- admits that the machlno Is a wise depths, for In that instant her face devotee. I could hear his groans ns 1 sure that I should hnvo that pledge was Caleb Powers. changed, horror seized upon her beau- he hung to the fence nnd spoko softly ear amyou which would settio this publicans of tho Eleventh district one and made tho best pick of nil glvo him to congress. I Just Kentucky to put on this ticket. I am ty and shook her frantic hold ou Ar- to tho dead. nnd. though I wns tooI to matter for all tme. As It Is I can hnvo Isent been in congress all this not going to stake any issue with him nway to catch u single word. fur thur's arm. said had only sny that my own convictions on that, and I am prepared to say I heard words uttered very near me. felt confident that I had at last struck with time, and I had never yet made the I did feel, tho right track and should soon see nre absolute. Tho rest remains 1 did not catch them. Speaker Cannon. that that ticket can come nearer beacquaintance of but any you." ticket that however, tho hand which was laid my wny more clearly thau nt Powers is another man I have never ing elected than any otherngo reached opened. will go sec tho man," said Dis"Wo acquainted with; nnd further could bo named. 1 long strongly nnd with authority upon my time since this unfiling caso become "Hut beforo I nllowed my fancy to trict Attorney Fox. tho conclusion that as between mo shoulder, and, tearing my eyes from more, I never win meei. mm. i uv nway with mo I put iu an evening seen his picture in the paper, and and Senator McCreary ut tho Novemher face only long enough to perceive ruu absoTo be continued. get moro votes If then I always throw tho paper away ber election ho could that it wns Sweetwater who had thus of inquiry. what this mnn bad an wnst-lu- g I said so. wns tho use of lute nllbl high heaven, than I could but beforo arrested me. effort upou hlra? Hut I could not Hands Over Another Ten today I do not know Powers when I and when I said so I further said that 6bo bad never been told of tho InGod knows I dpn't want I was ready to go forth and raise my criminating position in which 1 had find that bo had, Mr. For. He went Dollars For Third Time. see him, and has been sent to con- voice wherever it might do tho most with the rest of the servnnts to tho It had to. But he been seen In tho clubhouse. I which, you know, was held iu gress. What is ho doing in congress? good towards Its election been carefully kept from her. and sho ball, street, nnd he snw him there; If I did, I am hero for that purposo today; and supposed that my acquittal In tho Tihbltt's hall, on Ford bad Those Interested in the Cloverport I never wns sceu there later, dancing nnd know him. hut you enn read I am going everywhere that the DemDQblic mind was us certain ns Arthur's. making merry In a way not usual to Epworth League will be glad to hear didn't she saw herself undeceived, and tho Washington pnpors about him, ocratic campaign committee wants Now behim. But there was a space of tlmo that Tuesday night the members paid am for that the reaction into doubt nnd misery was dangerously tallying with that of tho the third check for ten dollars in three and I havo a copy of tho Washington mo to go. I man on it is ticket an honor1 saw her sink. Herald lu my hand of date of Juno cause evory too much for her. and tragic sceuo nt tho clubbouso when months. This leaves the small sum of 27, 1911. and under big headlines horo able man, because every man on it la Ing under my eyes. by any one there, $5.00 owing on the parsonage fund pro- we read: a Democrat, and, in addition to that, go to her!" I shrieked, utter- be was not seen 'Let me "That piece of broken bottle where mised by the Leaguers. In the becattbo every man on it is a most "Powers Blames White Man ly unconcerned with anything was the rest of it? fought for almost For Raco Troubles. jworld but this tottering, fainting girl. Immediately after tho tragedy. It had "Kentuckian Tells Negroes to But Sweetwnler's bund only tighten- not been found at tho Cumberland Continued on page 7 with Flcht Fcr Their Rights. ed on my shoulder, while Arthur, or on the golf links. It had been look ut me; eauglit his bUter Dlaco an awful one-doll1 $1,-00- 0, linger over tlio result? Cumberland's cnso won before Mr. Fox arose to bis feet. Tbo usual routine was pone through. Tbo Judge's charge wns short, but When the Jury studiously Impartial. Died out I 6ald to myself, "They will return In fifteen tuluutcs." They returned In ten with u verdict of ac- WIIY Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Wcnk and unhealthy kidneys are much sickness niKlsuffcrltiK, uicrciorc, u kiuiik trouble is permitted to continue, serious results arc most likely to follow. Your other organs may need attention, but your kidneys most, because they do most nnd should have attention firfit. Therefore, when your kidneys nre weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected nnd bow every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feci badly," begin Inking the great kidney remedy. Dr. A trial will conKilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. vince you of its great merit. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney nnd bladder remedy, is soon rcnlizcd. It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands ot the most distressing cases. If you need n medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in fifty-cennd sizes. You may have n sample bottle bv mail free, also a tintlltllllct tClllllir VOU Horn. oll!iip.ll,t. how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hinghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Roo- t, and don't let n dealer sell you if something in place of Swamp-Roo- t you do yon wi'l be disappointed. ed, tho nvcrngo rnlso being a little more thnn 9 per cent. Thus" It will be seen that, while the stnto rato was not actually Increased, tho result was the snmo In these counties as If It hnd been railed an average of 12 per cent In 1910 and nn nvorago of 9 per cent In 1911. This wns equivalent to raising the state tax rnto on these counties from HO cents on the $100 to GG cents In 1910 cents in 1911. This and 54 raise of 12 per cent on 93 counties In 1910 nnd 9 per cent on 72 counties In 1911 Is equivalent to a flat raise of nearly x0 per cent on the entire 119 counties In tho state In 1910 nnd nbout G per cent in 1911. And tt must not bo lost sight of that thoso hrnvy raises were certified out to tho cti.itlcB, and that nil county, city nnd district tnxc3 were thereby Increased In proportion. Take, ns nn illustration, n county whore the raise was 25 per cent on lands an personalty. A fanner listing his land at $3,000 and av-ern- per cent, JO per cent nnd rer cent in others. In 1010, 93 counties were raised, tho average rn se being about 12 per cent. In 1!11 72 counties hnvo boon rais12 there Is a race question on, tho white mnn Is responsible for it; that the negroes should stand together nnd flRht for their rights instead of being ashamed of their color." that If The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lame backs, rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by vour druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of ?1.00, One small bottle is'.two month's treatment and selc'om falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2026 Ollvq street, St. Louis, Mo. Sond for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Great God, fellow citizens, wo heard of this man at Frankfort in much tho samo vein inciting a mob before ho was scarcely known in politics, nnd beforo his .Infamy had reached to other parts of the nation. Now we find him sent by the Republicans of the Eleventh Congressional district to tho cnpltnl ot tho United States, there 'to pursuo tho same damnab'o tactics, and to Inclto tho negro against tho white man in this country! Isn't he a shame to his own DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport, Ky. Marion Weatherholt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance 481 i' i-- ""; Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiiencc in tho execution of 1 Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents M Prices Reasonable Work First-clas- s Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lino. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year ?3. 50. 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Visiting In Hardinsburg. Watt Lennon arrived Sunday night ' from Tucson, Arizona, to visit his parents, Rev. and Mrs J. II. Lennon. This is Mr. Lennon's first visit home in sixteen years, all of which time he has spent in Arizona, Texas, Colorado and California. "- - Making Good Two yount,' girls of Cloverport who are making good in the city are MIssea They Mamie and Ruby Hawkins. havo nice positions with Herman, Miss, Straus & Co., of Louisville. Mamie clerks in the pocket-boo- k Svibscribe &? ic JOHNSON HERE ai cupnbip man. Thr t at obboti for hrln for that ticket without or honltation Is that they are DlBMWnti; antl I will tell you. fellow cltion. that there wan never a time, a'nee the oldest of yon rame Into th I world. that It MMM MWMl nr It means now. Th" DMMfflM have control of the honor of representative Thv nre WtttU a few voteii control of the I'nlted of bavin State smatc, he first time f:r a Inn while. When that ha l"n done, even though the country should be untort un at enough to have another Pit publican inrsiclrnt. we Ml paaa a a cotwoolen oehednle, we cnn pa ton schedule, we can paws a farmers' free Implement bill over the veto of any president they can elect Nation'! Eyet On Kentucky. Tell me that national polities should not be discussed now, when yon, In this county, on the seventh of next month, are to del a reprenental Ivv who will either veto for Olllc James or for a RapvMlCM to go to Washington to vcta. w t i t ie Interests and against he welfare of the great Do you nay that American oi lo! national Iseuefl ' oi.ld not he d'seusB- ed when n ttl y i r prt will be !;, la i from made to b n l'. may her fein.e: n : ril 4, of., t i . pT c "Icottal go Rrpu :in i i I I race upon throii-- Tr evfi I'e iir tl i ! ' I mi " ty ' " p " already r,r I .; ink Kentucl jr v. ' -- : f 'dim ing to the so retgna, where "K... ilj ti ''i ail aad IMS been special p.lvllege-- i la I looking to the watchword. T v Kentucky and to the w'.iere the fires of freedom h;i a b B K pt Iiurn-in- g for 50 years, and they s iv "Kentucky, do your duty; we of t a north, who have opposed yo r po.lc'cs la the past, ask you not to come to us; you stand firm; you do your duty to and to your children, and we will come to you." They admit that during all these years Kentucky and the south have been right; that they have been wrong; that by the ballot they have Imposed wrongs and hardships upon Kentucky, and when they did so they Imposed them upon themselves; but they say now we are ready to break the chains and declare for freedom once more; and we ask you to stand firm that they may join hands with you and break down a system of trusts whch has grown up under Republican adminstration In i . 'il are 'int ire ? tbi country The Liquor Question. Judge O'Rear, in big headlines, says that Kentucky must cleanse her politics and restore government to the people. God knows that is what we want and it is all we ask. Restore the government to the people. He need not propose any contention on that proposition. Governor W'illson, with ills bayonets and his troops, has taken government from every county Into which lie has sent them. Reetore this g veriuneut to the people; there P KOb d lo take UBMM with him there. We all join O'Rear there. He says: "The legislature has failed and refused lor 20 years to carry that pro ision Into effect as to counties having a town larger than the fifth las. so us to make it the controlling unit in prohibiting the sale of liquor." Now Judge O'Rear has been driven from his first standpoint until he comes to say that the constitution of the state of Kentucky has being violated until the county unit bill haa been extended to every county in the stale of Kentucky alike, and that any law is unconstitutional except one which does that. Has not Judge O'Rear written an opinion himself which says that the present law is constitutional? Judge O'Rear said that the present law is constitutional, but Candidate O'Rear aajrfl thai it is not. Which one are you going to believe? Fellow citizens, as to the count v unit law, 1 have this to say: The first vote I ever east in my I Us was in favor of local option, and the last vote I I cast was also for local option. have lived to the age of IS, and up to this good moment not one drop of whiskey, ale, wine or beer has ever thought I Maad my Hps. Whin was running some for governor, they said .it wouldn't do to elect me, because I came from a whiskey county. Judge O'Rear voiced some of those sentiments himself, and the Republican party, when it did look like hail a chance to be nominated, said it wouldn't do to nominate me because I came from a whiskey county. Carry that argument out, and where uiv you going to land? I say that you people who are extremely dry aud are bunting for the driest candidate you can And can not, upon that argument, vote for Judge O'Rear, because be comes from a whiskey county aim-Se- lf Like charity, reform should beIf he can not reform gin at home his own county, how in t he name of common sense is he going to make the whole state of Kentucky dry? It Is an absolute iuiossiblllty for a governor of Kentucky, whoever he may be. to make Kentucky dry unh ss the most votes favor It dry. No governor can be governor, legislature and the court of appeals at one and the same time. Judge O'Rear, where is the 1 1 constitution'' he says Hut about the county bill: "The liquor interests, particu larly the brewers, have prevented They have pi evented it by it means of their activity lu politics in both paitiws, may in Kentucky be In the Democratic party particularly, by which they have Inconsistent. a little further down O'Rear ia a frank admission upon part that hi own party fnllr.l to vote the extension of the county unit You have n county unit law on law. the statute bo'.ks. under which nearly 100 counllp have gone dry. Hlncj when that hill was pa; el. there ha bepn no extension of the county unit law He should not complain of party for having the Democratic mad a law undei which nearly 10') count lea have gone dry and which law he, a Judge, has declared to he constitutional. Kxerpt for the Democratic parly you would not have that; and then when there are but a few more counties left to be made dry, M Htyi that only the Repuhliean party can do It, admitting, perhaps not arcing tho eff :t of the admission, that his own party has aided and nln ited In stopping the passage of the law to extend this county unit law. If you do not believe It, go take the vote In the last legslature. Right next to me was Greenwood Taylor, a Repuhliean senator In Greenwood's canvass for the state senate he wne awful dry, and he was to vote for the extension of the county unit law to every county In the state, as O'Rear Is going to do; but, when Ore WOOd got to Frankfort. I don't know whether he got thirsty or hungry, but he voted Just the opposite way that he promised the people. What are you going to inak- - out of that'' Is that nlneerlty? Isn't that duplicity9 I say that you have In the candidate for amor on the Republican ticket a man who in dealing in nothing but du pliclty, and he was a stronger candi. date In the beginning than he Is y; and In a montn rrom today he will be many times weaker than he 's now He can't fool all the people nil the while. If there i any one thing on the earth that Judge ORear is for. It is bill. If there Is any the county-uni- t one thing on earth that he is opposed to. above everything else, It is the sale of liquor. Is not that right? He is against the sale of liquor, is he not? Isn't that what he te!! you? I'ntil Senator Rradley got hold of him and until MeCtillough, at Owens-boro- , a distiller, was made .rrasurer of the Republican campaign committee, that was his claim; but now, in the first speech he made, ho stated, "Our party is not fighting th liquor interests as a business." If the business of the liquor interests is the sale of whiskey, and he Is not fighting it. then what is he doing for temperance? He is doing nothing except trying to deceive you. There is no getting away from that proposition. Here is another statement in his speech in regard to the liquor question, and every one of his statements on the aubject is contradictory to the Il( thought, in Baying all of other. those differ nt things he would hit it right somewhere, and that t minds me of a story of a drunken fellow He who was out squirrel hunting. had a squirrel up a tree, and he took his gun, and wabbling all over the tree fired His son, little Johnnie, said: "Papa, I don't see why you didn't hit it. for vou aimed all over the tree." That U" what Judge O'Rear has done on the whiskey question in this speech. He has aimed all over the subject, trying to catch everybodv. but he hasr. t fooled anybody. It is certain that he and his party are not opposed to the liquor business, because he says so, and if anyone here contemplates casting a vote for him upon that ground, he will find that he will be fooled. What O'Rear's Organ Says. The Louisville Post is championing O'Rear's battle, and It Is the chan.. pion in Kentucky of local option, but The Post B&akea this admission: "Moth parties declare for the passage of a straight out county unit bill, and there is no evasion of the Issue. Of the two. the Democrats go, perhaps, a trifle further by speeilleally indorsing the opinion of the court of appeals, as written by Judge O'Rear and concurred in by six Democrats judges, in the matter of the constitutionality of the Cam-macbill." Later the Louisville Post, Judge O'Rear's organ, says: "The state is already nble to tell what will take place If Mr. McCreary is elected governe- - and McDermott Is elected lieutenant governor. In our judgment, the state will, In all probability secure by such a result one tangible reform the passage of the county unit bill and little else." Judge O'Rear, In his Klizabt thtown speeeh, In talking of temperance issues further said: "A power that is to be feared Is also a power to be courted by those who fear It more than they dare It." Then, with that suggestive thought In his mind, says: "Let us clear away first some confusing and misleading rtata ments of those who are today openly fighting the battles of the liquor Interests in this campaign. proThey charge that state-widhibition is the Issue. That Is not true. It Is even not proposed by our party as an Issue, and could not be adopted except by an amendment to the constitution. Kverybody knows that no such amendment is proposed. Nor Is It the issue whether a man should be allowed to drink if he wants to. It Is not at Issue whether sobriety or total abstl nence shall be forced on ou: people as a legal instead of a moral Mo 1 Thre !i. to-u- because of hi temperan'p v'ews' Continuing he ayi: "Whether prohibition I wl" or unwise as a pollrv; whether partial cr total prohl'dtlon ' ould prevail, are utterly beside the question " i g Mr. Extremely Dry Man. like that Induce you to leave fie Democratic party and go over to a party whose leader Is no dryer than that? Mr. Knott, the editor of the Post, say the Democratic "latform Is all right. McCreary's Stand. You hear It ald that Senator McCreary I equivocal about I great many things: that he avoid taking a stand wherever he can possibly do so. Didn't he compel that convention to put a county unit plunk in Its platform when, pcrhnps. the con vet. tlon did not want to do It? They say MeCteary Is too old. That Is what I said too And they say he won't live long. I believe he Is Koine lo Mva long enough to see O'Hear and the whole bunch I' them turn their political toe to the daisies O'Hear I yet to find out that be is Just as mistaken about It as I was. lie Is very much alive He may have been dead politically, and I a mrather Inclined to believe that he was too. but his death tuns! have been like the fellow who picked up a Hi tie country newspaper and read among the death notices that he himself was dead. He did not want his friends nnd relatives around to thinlr that he was dead, witen he was alive, and be went down to the ojflce and showed the noi ewspaper tice to the editor and said, "I see you stated in the newspaper that 1 am dead?" The editor said, "Yes." The fellow said, "I am not dead, and I wint you to correct it." The editor said, 'Wo, we have to run our paper on the principle that we do not BBUka any mistakes." The fellow said. "You have to correct it, because I am not dead -- I nm very The r.live." editor said. much "Yes, that's all true, but we hate to acknowledge that we have made a mistake. We Just simply can't do it." Finally, after thinking it over, a new thought came to the editor, and he said. "I will tell you what I can do; . can put you among the list of births." Senator Mc Creary may have been dead, and he may have been ducking and dodging this question, and that, and the other, but I am today putting him on the list of births, and he is bak here now, a new McCreary. taking a position like he never took before in his life, and says that he Is for the aOUUty unit bill; and when he does come out and says he is, he is. c man over tnis ronntrv mrm-O'Kear wen' down to (llnsgew the other day. a rreat to bacro growing country, and In his speech there, and he had a area' number of tobacco growers around him. he said: "There are SO.000 tobacco rala ers In Kentucky. They rals" possibly 40n.noo.noo pound of to hacco. The difference between 6 cents nnd 12 cents a pound is $24,000,000 a year to the farmer of Kentucky, and If 1 am governor of Kentucky and you have any tobacro to sell, you don't have to fake fi rents for It If you don't wnnt to." That is a wonderful statement' He says the law Is ample, and that law was made by Democrats! It Is ample to meet the necessities What Is the ue of amending It. If ;t Is al ready ample? That would be a waste of time. Just there I want to turn I hnck to one more thing have not read the speech In which he Is glial ed to have said It, but they tell me that he said he was going to keep the legislature In sesion for four years, or until they passed I county unit law. Do you know what it would cost the state of Kentucky to have a legislature sit for four years? At $l.tmo a day. for 1,.r,00 days, ! would amount to $ I ,.'00 000. Where in the name of common sense is the money to come from, except out of your pockets? That burden you will have to pay. If he be elected, and he carried out his threat. But if he is a man of half the Intelligence that lie U credit for being, don't you know that he can find out In less than four nln the demagogue' KOHI I R MRK! Wl WMIIMIOI I I W PATF Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport. Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving t 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. Estimates on Application mi k I feel that I have kept you entirely too long, but I would like to detain you a minute or two about another thins;. Judge O'Rear before the Republican convention had this to say about Bradley: "It is a great privilege to be received in this manner by the representi'tives of U7JJ06 Republicans of Kentucky and to be d to this audience by my friend the senator, who. 'n my judgment. Is the greatest Tving Ken t uekl an. I am proud to say cf him. furthermore, that despite the machinations of the lobby, here Is one senator from Kentucky en whose title there is no stain and on whose record there Is ii3 bint." Who Elected Bradley? I'tad'cy has been elected to the hasn't he? United States senate, Kverybody admits that. Who elected him? There Is no truth In the statement that anybody got nay money for voting for him. Perfectly clean, and his title unspotted. He got every single solitary vote that was cast for him out of patriotism, and patriotism alone, lie was the best man for the Job. That may have been because he was the chief attorney In Kentucky for the Whiskey Trust. Bttl Judge O'Rear says it was no". Then who did elect him? I can tell you. if the Whiskey Trust did not. Judge O'liear has not treated the people right when he tells them that the whiskey lobby did not elect Bradloj by falling to tell them who did. If they did' not. then the opposing ele ment did. and that opposing element must haw been the Women's Chltfl tlan Temperance union. You women who are here, and who belong to the Temperance Women's Christian union, ought to be ashamed ef yourselves for concealing the fact that you elected Bradley to the United I will tell you another thing that you good women have done. You have States senate And then controlled the legislature." remained silent these three and a half years, and you have allowed four other men, with spotless and untarnished records, to be criticised all over his country. They were the four Democrats who w i eel for Bradley. If you good women got those four men to vote for Bradley, why in the name of common Reuse didn't you come out and say so, when the world was saying that those four votes coat 165,000? You are working in a good cause, as your name indicates, but you have not been as fair to these four people as you should have been. When those fellows got back home, and it took the men of prominence and backbone in at least one com inuulty to prevent a tarring and feathering, you good ladles should have come out and said "O'Rear and Trust did not elect the Whisk, Bradley to the United States senate, but we did." Then the country would have been pacified, and perhaps your population in Danville might be al status." Does that meet the requirements of least one more than it la Acting the Demagogue. those whetui he expects to leave the Democratic party and vole fo- - him Now. fellow-cltUetalk about a e ing to pass the bill or not? If he does not know In less time than that, I know that you do not want blm for governor. But. getting back to the Glasgow B pooch, lie says that the tobacco trust is taking 114,000,000 dollars every year from the pockets of the tobacro growers to which the tobacco trust is not entitled, or. in other words, they are robbing the tobacco glowers out of 114,000,000 a ear. I wish to .ask Judge O'Hear this question: If he has known during all the years that this has been going on. or, at least, during the four years that he has been undertaking to make the tobacco growers believe that he was their friend. I ask him the ouestiou If he has known for at least four years that the tobacco trust was robbing the tobacco growers of Kentucky out of $4,000,000 a year, and in four years that would amount to nearly $100,000,000. if he has stood idly by with a law sufficiently ample to cover the case, and he has done nothing to give these people relief? What O'Rear Saw and Did. He saw the father at first able to provide for his wife and children; he saw the price drop a few cents; then he saw that dutiful husband and loving father increase his acreage the fcdlowing year, and with this increased acreage lie saw this striving fanner band and grow weak under a task he could not perform; then lie saw the son taken from school to help the father raise more pounds in order to offset the still declining price: next lie saw the daughter driven by stern necessity from the school to the tobacco patch to give her feeble efforts to her father and broth er in their light with the Republican protected tobacco trust; next he saw the mother driven from her humble home to the fields, place her baby in the fence coi ner and take a hoe now lo fight starvation then at th door. All this, and more, he saw. He proclaims from every stump in Kentucky that ne saw these same people half-fed- , robbed of IM, 000 by one of the richest trus's in all the world; that he knew how to protect them from this outrage; thai he knew how to save these bun li ed millions of dollars to them; that he knew how to prevent the tru.!t from ever putting the price of tobacco below 12 cents; that he knew how to put the impoverished child back to School I that he knew how 10 sent the haggard mother From the Hold to the hearth stone; that he k;i"w how to take the gaby from the fence corner to its cradle; that he saw 80,000 families both hungry and cold; that he saw a father here, a mother there, a promising hoy, a girl, go from plenonce ty to poverty; that he saw many a little white roMin allied wilh tender hands, followed with swollen eyOB to the cemetery the work of the tobacco trust which he knew and knows now how to curb, but iias not. All this he has seen and has not remedied. He says I he law Is ample, but that only he knows how to execute It. If he were human; If he would put ambition behind him. and not say lo Kentuc ky's trust oppressed citizenship that he Imposes upon them the obligation of making him governor, then he would show himself to be a PCBj then the milk of human k!n'"ess would pour forth from his heart an 1 he would be worthy if vcim '"'iort: hitt. a V is he is either a Vmve pnd rag not gt wrut he MTB, er he sver! be 'l i' beyond the ftSt of hu -- ati recuga' tlon. half-clothe- d pale-cheekerosy-cheeke-- years whether the legislature Is go- Building Material a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will Let us have get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. 1 West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky Si'-r-zi 1 RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. burmet, are you. interested If so, call on the of tha Cumberland Telephone) A Teleampfa DMBerar Company and have him explain the gpecial uFw-mora Line" rate. CUMBERLAND .".-r-j-- Sc? ?: ?t: r?j sgs !Sf ; TELEPHONE . TELEGRAPH Incorporated. - k COMPANY ..'. -."v .n; H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER . KINCHEiLOE'S . PHARHACY BOARS AND BUCKS ti Polnad Chine Baan. lli.OOtMh; ; Hempehirt Hnck- - $19.00 ggch; also foiled DarhUM and (iilts, all aL'es. & SON, W. R. MOORMAN Glen Dean. Ky. Hardinsburg Girl Will Winfield Scott Schley Dead. Sing In City Church. Kear Admiral Wmiield Scott Schley dropped dead on the streets of New Mis Delia Kleckeleg, iceoeal daugh- York .Monday. Appoi'lexy is stated as ter of Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, left I act the cause of the death of this noted week for Louisville, where she has acnaval hero. cepted a position in the choir of the Regulates the howel, promotes easy 4th and Mroaclway Warren Memorial natural movement, cure constipation h. cliun Doan's Kegulet. Ask your druggist Miss Kincheloe tang in Louisville Ikjx. last Sunday week. Critics who tested lor them, .'5c. a her voice while in Louisville, irououn-ceit an exceptionally tine one. She was immediately tendered a uotitiou in the Broadway l'reeb.vteriau church. In addition lo her choir duties, she will take voice culture under one of the oest instructors in the South. Seemingly unconscious ol her powei, she unassuming sings with natural simplicity aud uuconventional earnestness that carriea her song to the heart of the hearer. Se sings, apparently, because the music in there and must find expression. d i' Westward Bound. The followiug party of homescekers from tiailield left Monday for San Diego, CaJ: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meador and child, Erie LeUrand, Clarence Dowell, Thos. liobbs, Andrew tiayuea aud Miss Ruth Fryruire. You are not experimenting on your- lieu you Uke Chamberlaiu'n Cough (or a cold that preparatiou ban wou it great reputation and extensive ssJe by ill remarkable cures of colds, ami can always be depended upon. It is equally valuable for adult aud cbildreo aud uiay begiveu to youug children with implicit confidence a it coutaiu no haiuitul drug. Sold by sli self w Remedy "Doan's Oiutuirut cured me of ecteuia that hid aunoed me a long time. The cure was permanent, " lion S. W. Matthews, Commissioner tics, Augusta, Me. Labor Statis- dealei. wm TAR SPRINGS .MYDonaiM AND of THE CASTLE Interesting Points Bf The Rot .lurlt 'The euth Cloverport PrOffl The M.iro.i (HI.) WWI CLOTHING mj . ., BASS - , y trschSaum Gothes. i A!AUyi lauaHB verport the company spent hundreds of And pverv common bush afire with thousands or dollars. They built great God." retorts where the cannel coal was re Thus sang the poet and his ong real-to- dnced to its constituent elements, the it!t!ir at l ar Springs. These springs primary one being an oil, which was This with their environs make one of the shipped to Kngland in barrels. The gas of nature, necessitated a barrel factory. remaining wonder-burst- s few th hand if man h.ss n't, al produced in the reduction of the coal together, made of no estate the gratu- was used for lighting the vast works ity of Ood. This Is another record of The piping used to conduct the gas to one of the freakish humors of nature of "The Castle" is still in the basement of which Kentucky offers not a few. Ed- the building. The manager or this great undertak monson county has its Mammoth Cavt; He chose out Powell county its Natural Bridge; ingwasa Scotchman. and the most advantageous location in the county Us Hrethitt other counties the curious ami iuaint, whole vicinitv. This spot is a small less widely known. Hreckenridge county plateau of four r five acres, with an has its freak in Sinking Cretk, a no elevation of about two bundled feet above the valley below, where the re mean stream that suddenly disappears underground, not to reappear for the ducing works were located. The pla; In Tur Springs teau terminates with an abrupt descent distant e of six miles. These "heights this county has, also, an oddity unique to the valley below. ot hospitality" are covered with magamong American singularities. The Tar Springs are four miles from nificent forest trees of oak, beech, elm, Cloverport. from which point they are hickory, walnut and poplar. From the reached. One journeys from the city plateau one commands an entire view to the springs by carriage. Kvery steo of the Ohio as it makes its great horsehighlands of the way is interesting. Cloverport is shoe bend, the valley and the at the toe of a horseshoe bend on the Indiana sine. situated On this spot, ' the heart's desire of The ma;n made by the Ohio river. One the artist," the Scotchman built the river edge. street runs along the has I singularly fine view in two direc- duplicate of a castle loved by him in his tions of the majestic Ohio. If you have native "heath and heather." Its quaint aught of a capacity for the beautiful, old world architecture, its beautiful in you will abide here until you have sat- erior, its wonderful labyrinthine cellers isfied our desire with the opulence of and the ucparallelled view which unthe sunset glory that turns the Ohio in- folds before one as you sit on the piazza Just as to a glassy sea, reflecting the gorgeous makes this place noteworthy. indescribably beautiful "The Castle" was being completed timings in the handiwork of the Master Artist. If you the builder was sent to another plant have any of the sportsmanlike eager- by the company and he never occupied ness of the antiquarian, you will learn It. It is saiu that ne D.mi anoiner jusi the old traditions and thrilling heroics like this one at nis new location and as that spell out the bravery and fidelity it was near or just completed his wife and he never of pioneer men and women in their died in the home-lanrealized his ambition to bring his family struggle against steadfast forests, animals and soul terrifying sav- to "The Castle" In the new world. The war came, bringing all great ages as never hath bee;: writ in the hisworks to a standstill, then petroleum I tory books. making obsolete this The road leads one up and by "The was discovered, process, the mine was closed, the rewe are visiting and enCastle," where were finally joying our vacation days so fully that torts fell into decay and displaced to make room for the railroad they stem to fairly rush headlong with land. There the dizzy speed of an uncontrolled, de- shops that now occupy tne remains Mttghl of the railroad but tne scending aeroplane. "The Castle" thereby hangs a tale. "Before the war" roadbed. "The Castle" remained unoccupied and long before petroleum was discovand fell into decay. A prominent Louered, an English syndicate discovered a and developed a mine of pure cannel isville family bought it and tore away large part. Out of the material they c al. Thi.- mine is si'uated a few miles built a summer home on the old site. A railin the interior from Cloverport. was built from the town to the Three years ago mv sister's hu.iband road mine. This was long before the pres- bougnt the place ..nd moved here from ent "Henderson Route" was built. All Louisville C1- A Continued next week shipping was lone by rivpr. is full of heaven, ...FOR... thr Society Men, Traveling Men, Professional Men and men in all walks of life has been included in our Fall and Winter Line of Suits "Pan-Handle.- " Tailor Made Suits For Women have a splendid selection of dresses for this season. They have clothes have and should be studied a style and dash that only tailor-mad- e before buying goods and trying to make a garment. CWe SHOES Classy Shoes and those with character have been bought and selected for our customers. Shoes that are comfortable along with style is what you want and what we have. 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. swift-foote- u Get what you need, what you want and what you have planned for the winter season We can supply you Ed. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. STLPHENSPORT Miss Non-Workin- g Judge. judiciary I Making Rugs Out Of Scraps. Who Started These? Julia Fella, of Miss of Atldison, wa "A nonpartisan two propositions, as the guest Sunday. Henrietta Shively implies conceive it One OLD HICKORY $1.25l If Betsy were bad would Prof For the sisters who wish to know how to make rugs from scraps of silk or Tanner? velvet, we give the following! Cut the scraps in pieces or strips about two If Shorty Wright, could Fatty Reic'? inches lony; then sew them through the ooo middle to a piece of heavy cloth about Wood Weather holt take twenty men Make the a yard ami a half long center "Ml and miss," of harmonious across the river antl would Tom Ferry? ooo colors, then a stripe, if you have material suitable, then liinish the border hit If Johnie Burn would Billy Smart? Commence in the middle and miss. The best plaster. A piece of flannel and sew toward the outer edge. dampened with Chamberlain's LiniAnother way is to cut the pieces into Hiii! bound oil mer the sffecte l strips abo.it two inches wide, stw entis ment parts is superior to plaster and costs together as for carpet weaving, then put the rufller on the sewing machine only one tenth hs much. For sale by all an;! gather, cant or full, through the dealers. middle of the strip, and sew these First American Newspaper. strips on a piece of heavy cloth the required width and length. The first newspaper published in Another way is to Dill into strips and as for carpet, and take to the America was isued in Boston on Sepsew It was "printed by weaver and have woven the rtquired tember 5, I6itd. R. Pierce for herjar.iin Harris." In size. The cloth to which the scraps are sewed should be heavy enough to lie the first issue the publisher promised tlat on the tloor without curling up at that the paper "shall be furnished once a month (or if a Glut or the corners or ends. happen, oftener) with an account of For using up pieces of woolen dress such considerable things as have goods, old or new, take in large pieces unto our notice; to give a faithwhich you can shape to suit yourself, as ful relation of all such things, and to well as the small pieces; have a founda- enlighten the public as to the occurrents tion of heavy cloth ant! sew these pieces of Divine Providence." It gave a on as ou would for a "crazy quilt," summary of the important news of the then worn the seams with all harmoniz- time and was quite readable it not exing c rs of carpel chain. The pieces actly spicy. To us it would appear a may be lined wit.n cotton batting if very harmless sheet; but the authorities liked, which gives them a raised look. of that lay were very rigid in their Pieces of men's wear and heavy llannel censorship of the press, and after a few make good rugs in this way, and they issues Mr Harris' paper was suppressare serviceable ed because "it came out contrary to A very handsome rug can be made by law ami contained reflections ut a very cutting all scraps into bias strips, an high nature." inch or two wide, sewing as lor carpet I tine l ick is one of the most common rags, mixing the colors harmoniously, form, of muscular A few even dyeing some of the rags with application of Chamberlain' Liniment bright colors, and send them to the will give relief. Put sale by all dealers. weaver for a suitable sized rug. The finished rug should look like chenile Willson Appoints Haswell. when done. Helen Watts McVty in The Commonor. Frankfort, Ky.. Oct.S - Following the resignation as trustee of the Western Hiliousnes is due to a disordered con- Kentucky Normal School at Bawling dition ol the si ji it 1. C'bsuibeiluin'k Green of K. H. Mark of Louisville, the essential!) a stomach met! I Tablets are Governor thiN inorniug appoiuted John cine, intended especiall) to act ou that F. Haswell, of Hreckenride county, to organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, toue succeed him. and invioiate il, to regulate the liver and to banish biliousness posiliveh ami effectually. For sale by all dealers. d 1 . Mrs M. I). Kobe its has returned trom Yclvington. Mrs H Jarboe has returned from a visit to her mother near Hardinsburg. Mrs. A. B. Cashman has returned home from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Oodfrey Haswell and daughter, of Hardinsburg, were guests of their mother, Mrs M. H. McCubbins Sunday. Jamison Hawkins has returned to Danville college. This will be his last year in school. Te.-Sills left last week for New Vork. P I). Hawkins lost a Hue horse last week by snugging itself. "Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use the Lewisp rt BKST Flour". is that the Judges shall be nominated and el cted without respect to party affiliation or party emblem upon the ballot. That is our position. The other is that a Judge of a court ought not to participate, as a politician, in the policies of his office agree to that proposition with all of my heart. There has not been a day since I became a candi date for Governor that I have ventured to sit in judgment upon any man's rights, nor will so long as I am a candidate for office in Kentucky." Judge O'Kear. Does not Judge O'Kear believe that it is as much the duty of a Judge to work, while drawing his salary, as to keep clean of politics while deciding cases? It would seem that he does not. His policy seems to be a rather than a judiciary. News Journal. 1 1 g non-partis- Streng & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only Regular price the world over $1.75 $1.25 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. Impure blood runs you down makes Don' I tulle with a cultl is good adt)U an esy victim for organic diseases. vice foi prudent men anil women. It Burdock Blood Hitlers purifies the blood may lie vital in case ol a child. There is cureH the cause builds you up. nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs ami colds in Owensboro Now Has children. It is stife and sure, For by all dealer. Population Of 21,000 -- WILSON, OWEN & CO." Strictly Cash and One Price GLEN DEAN, KY. d A Family Reunion. for the first time in thirteen years, all the children (seven) of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Moorman were present and took dinner with their parents who are calmly, peacefully ar.tl most beautifully descending of a long, useful, towards the sun-se- t happy life. All their children are an honor to any community and all are holding responsible positions in the business and professional world, they are all Christian men, belonging to the church ( Baptist) of their parents and in whicn they were reared. Their only daughter. Mrs R. J. lisssctt was present at the "feast of good things" and assisted by her presence antl etliciency in making the event a happy one. In the afternoon most of the grand children augmented the number being present in all May Mr and Mrs. Moorman be spared to hold many more reunions with their beloved children and grandchildren Leitchfield (Jazette. Lust Sunday . nvensboro, Ky. , Oct. I Contradictory to the showing of the census taken by the Government last year, the new city directory shows that the city of Owensboro proper has 11,000 inhabitants and has a population of M1M when the immediate suburbs are included. The directory, which is the most complete ever issued for Owensboro, shows that there are .'1, KM) iaud owners in Daviess county, and gives of each. the name and post-office r.) 111 A4S3 croup Haby won't suffer live minutes with if tod apply Dr. Thomas' BcllO-tl- r Oil at once. It act like magic. THAT MONEY (Utumv irs SAFETY IS sol I to IN HAflNC. 1 CHECKING AC COII NT H I K I I THE COMFORTED IIC ' Subscribe Now $3.50 Out of my grief I made a joy, Out of my tears a song, Since sorrow is so hard to bear And life is overlong Aiid peace call the py 1 made Forgiveness Is the song. One could not have it otherwise Since life lsovtrluug. By Theodosia (iarrison, in Harper's Magazine. Louisville Evening Fost and Breckenridge News one year 93 5. Now. 1 i il FHOM i II I I l I t Of lOSS II HI ALL II iii rHKlt(.H iii It ' INGUt (ft ii i A nit HVRNINC IHl POCKET " CHtA K Huok 14 IS MAN I OIHIK flAT I KI.S IOO fOH YOU il ttOlt "I K(.i.Ar, I Subscribe Right