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ALL THE NEW 5 THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. VOi.. XXXVI CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1911. 8 Pam No. 13 BOOTLEGGER CAUGHT IN CLOVERPORT James Nottingham Arrested For Selling Whiskey Marshal Hardin Ran On Him In Rear Of Stader's Livery Stable FINED FORTY DOLLARS Judge V G Bahbage assessed a IM of 40 hi. ,nd the necessary court cost trimmings upon James Nottingham last Friday for selliug whiskey in this m rftty, in other words, dispensing booze tJjl a bootlegger. Mr Nottingham swung into the city last Frulay with a if rii full of liquor encased in bottles of various dimensions, and began put ting it out pretty lively. He had not been long on his job until marshal Hillary Hardin ran on him in the rear of Stader's livery stable. He was seen to take money from two parties and pass over the article, and he was im mediately arrested and put in the lock up. Nottingham was pretty drunk him self when arrested and it was this prob ably that gave him away. He was tried the following day and convicted on two counts, and fined t2'.00 for ach. The court's order was that he should pay the amount or work it out upon the streets of the city PRETTY HOME WEDDING Will be that of Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe and Mr. Le Roy Ramp. The wedding of Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe and Mr. LeKov Ramp will be solemnized at the home of her parents, Mr. and Sirs. John Crawford Jarboe, Wednesday, October the eighteenth at f&ree o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev. Mr. James T. Lewis, of Fords ville, will officiate Miss Kathrine Moorman and Miss Eva Bell Plank, Mr. John Feiix Jar boe and Mr. Sterett Jarboe will be rib bon bearers. The bride and groom will leave on the afternoon train for a trip east af ter which they will be at home Novem ber the first in Kansas City, Mo , where Mr. Ramp is a successful busi ness man Mr. and Mrs. J. E Kamp, parents of Mr. Ramp; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brooco, of Chicago, are expected jmonK the guests from a distance, who will attend the wedding Mis-. Jarboe is one of Cloverport's brightest and most popular young so ciety girls. She is a member of the Girls' Club and The Eastern Star. A number of entertainments have been planned in her honor. This afttrnoon she will be complimented with a mis cellaneous shower given by the Misses Plank. Miss Kathrine Moorman will five a handkerchief shower tor her next week. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION P At Custer October Seventh Profitable Program Arranged Begins At Ten O'Clock Thursday A. M. PlMHiHAM Value and Importance of Association by A. Driskell. Discuss the value of School Equipment and the results of the want of It I). C. Walls. What the Organization of the school means Horace McCoy. Physical Development, its importance Logan Hickersou. I , Grading a School argument for reg ular attendance ? - Mrs. Minnie Beauchsmp. Should any Subject be omitted from the common school course? Miss Bessie Brown, in whHt Kssentials are eighth grade pupils generally deficientV Why? Miss Clara Macy. Laugj.iki Les-.xist.ji it., urst to third grade Miss Shellie Lasley. .Spelling .13 a Factor in education Virgil lUrued. Use of Varied Headers Miss Mary Bennett KBuiber work tor beginners -Miss Lois Bau iteus in primary geography Noah Hoskuuou. Use in the study of Biography Den nie Hoper. How develop the pupils so as to re move timidity Misses Rena Hoard nd Margaret Sherron. Civics J. H. Pile. Intellectual Arithmetic place in course of study. Why? - Amos Wood and Kavmond Casev. irammar its Correlation to other subjects Miss Kae Jarboe. Sanitation as a school room factor R. 0. Penlck. Jenerl Discussion- led by 8. A. 0. Dodson. Address Prof. R Y. Maxey. The association will begin at ten a. in. Every patron, pupil, and other persons in the Fourth Educational di vision are cordially invited to be pres ent and lend us all the aid you can to make this one of the best associa tions in the county for the year. Very respectfully, A. Driskell, President: D. C. Walls, Vice-President. Second Death Since July In Gregory Family. Mary Hayes Gregory, the seven weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gregory, of Louisville, died Friday. The funeral and burial was held here Saturday. The child's death was caus ed from niarasus. Appointments Louisville Conference. Owensboro District. S J. Thompson, presiding elder. Beaver Dam A. L. Mell. Calhoun J. T. CI.erry. Centertown N. LJ. Watson, supply. Central City B M. Currie. Cloverport F. E. Lewis. Dundee Circuit J.W. Crowe, supply. Fordsville W. S. Buckner. Greenville G. P. Dillon. Greenville Circuit E. T. Howard. Hartford J. V. Joyner, R. D. Ben nett, supply. Hawesville -H. L. Sheltou. Lewisburg D. S. Campbell. Lewisport S. E. Ragland, supply. Livermore W. H. Hickerson. Maceo H. L Talley. North Hartford Mission H. T. Speaks, supply. Owensboro. Breckenridge street E. D Ryan. Owensboro Circuit A. J. Bennett Owensboro, Frayzer avenue J. O. Smithson. Owensboro, Settle Memorial Lewis Powell. Owensboro, Woodlawn E. S.Moore. Rochester J. H. Epley. Rome H E. Bailey. Sacramento J. T. Demonbrun, sup ply. South Carrollton S. C. Nunley. Stephenspi.rt H. E. Jarboe. Transferred W. R, Hendrix, North Georgia Conference. R. M. Smart, Virginia Conference. Elizabethtown District. J. T. Rushing, presiding elder. Bardstown and Simuels P. A. Kas- Battletown B A. Hunter. Big Clifty B. M. Dewitt. Big Springs J. E King. Bradfordsville B. W Hardin, ply. Brandenburg B. F. Urn Buffalo Circuit E P. Deacon, sup- sup- ply. Cecilian 1). F. Walton. Elimbethtown C. A Humphrey. Hardinsburg Circuit M. L. Dyer. Hodgenville and Buffalo W. A. Grant. Irvington L. K. May. Kingswood Circuit W. T. Daniel. Lebanon W. P. Baird. Lebsnon Circuit J. C. Hoskinsou. Leitchfield and Clarkson-B. F. Wil son. Leitchrield Mission J. A. Cheek, supply. McDaniels P. C. Long. Mt. Washington S. L. C. Coward. Shepherdsvllle Circuit D. R. Peak, supply. Shepheidsville and Lebanon Junction-R. U. Roe. Sonora-J. H Walker. Springfield Station T. J. Wade. Stithton W. Sutherland. Upton -W. H. Archey. Vine Grove -Robert Johnsou Jackson Harpole Moorman. Cards have been received announcing the arrival o Jackson H in pole Moor mau at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moorman, of Lo Isvilhf, September the twenty-sixth. He is named lor his father and uncle, Mr. loseph Harpole. ATHELETICS LOSE JWO GAMES Defeated Hardinsburg And Cloverport Game Here Sat urday One Big Round Of Fun Brown. Knotty. And Speedy Acted Like Three Clowns AUTOMOBILES GET IN BAD Friday's sc re IS to 1 in favor of Clover port. Saturday' score 16 tn 4 in favor of Hariitnsburjr. Not much of a game too place Sat urday or Friday either, but more fun than has ever happened in this old town for ages. Brown, Knotty, and Speedy, of the Athletics, were perfect clowns and cut one monkey shine after another for the crowd during the whole game. One of the cars from Hardinsburg got stuck in the mud on the edge of the diamond during the game and a passenger cried for help. Such a gang that leaped through the diamond could not have been called forth quicker if the world had been set afire. They gave the car one big shove and then were nearly paralyzed with laughter. The teams then went into action again. Games were as follows says the Owens boro Messenger: The Owensboro Athletics made a trip to Breckenridge county tnis week playing two games at Hardinsburg on Wednesday and Thursday, at Clover port Friday and Saturday. Of the four games the Owensboro joys broke even. Tne Wednesday game at Har.l insbuig was a hard fought battle, the atheletics going against Cornell, the southpaw, who defeated the Greys here two weeks ago. The game was won by Hardinsburg by a score of 4 to 3, Westertield did the twirling ror the Atheletics and pitched a 4teady game, but Cornell allowed out six nits. On Thursday Cornell again pitched against the Atheletics and they defent ed him by a score of 4 to 1, securing eight hits off him. Johnson pitched this game for the Atheletics and had the home club at his mercy at all stages The first game at Cloverport was the onlv bad game the Atheletics put up on the trip. The hard-hitting Henderson Routes' won by a score of lf to 2 Westerfield pitched this game hut was unsuccessful. On Saturday however the Atheletics won bv a score of lti to 4 on account of Hemphill in juring his arm iu the second inning. Jonuson twirled for the Atheletics. Sunday game between Cloverport and Owensboro was called off on ac count of rain. Undergo Operation Virginia and Clara Heard, the attractive daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heard, of Hardins- bury;, were operated 011 for throat trouble last week at St. Anthon y's hospital iu Louisville. Former Pastor Returns The Kev. Mr. Frank Lewis, who was pastor of the Methodist church here last year, has been returned by the conference to this pastor ate for another year. Couple Re-Marries. A. M. Robertson, of Custer, secured license to wed Mrs. Maggie Robertson, of Hardin county, the marriage to takt place at Constantiue last Monday. This couple have been married before Nine years ago they decided, after some eight or ten ye-rs of wedded life, to separate. Little Ball Teams. The Cloverport bovscame down Sat urday afternuou to engage iu the fifth game of bull of the season with the Hawesville boys. The score stood at the end of the contest I to 3 in favor of Hawesville. Clarion. NOTICE. All persons who may txtend credit to my wife, Rose Stader, will take notice that the undersigned will not be re sponsible for anv debts created by ber. H. L. Stader. GOLDEN ROD DEBATING SOCIETY Elects Officers- -Gives Box Sup per And Clears Over Thirteen Dollars-- Orders Traveling Library D. W. DENHAM PRESIDENT The Golden Hod Debating Society of the Penham school house, gave a box supper Saturday night and cleared M .vr This will be used to meet ex penses of the society. D. W, Denham has been elected president Other officers are as fol lows: Felix Beavin Vice-President, Miss Francis Smart Secretary. Forrest Beavin Treasurer, and 0, H. Elder Sheriff The society has ordered a traveling library to be used in the school and in the debates. It was ordered Monday from Miss'Fannie C. Rawson, of the Library Commission at Frankfort. The Golden Rod Society has a num ber of wide-awake members, who have started in to turn the wheel of progress aiong education hues at Hitcs Run. L. H. & St. L. Motor Car. "YVa; this made in New York?", ask ed Mr. A. R. Fisher when he stepped on the L. H. k St. L. R. K. Motor Car No. 1, Saturday for a ride down to the ball game. The car is a beauty and was made at the shops for the use of Mr. Randall, assistant Master Mechanic. It is an eight passenger and is run by six horse power engine. Mrs. Bishoff Under- Goes Operation. Mrs. Sam Bishoff was operated on at Norton's Infirmary last week and had a tumor removed successfully. Sns was accompanied to Louisville by Dr. Simons, her hor.ie physician. The Mussel Industry. Representative-of the L'nited States Bureau of Fisheries have been making fa study of the muuwl ber.s in the lower Cumberland River The bureau has become impressed with the idea that something must be done to restore the rapidly vanishing shoals ami it is look ing for new fields and also lor available places where the rivers may be n stock ed with young mussels. The mussel industry has assumed large proportions on American water ways in recent years. In this part 04 the country the mussel lirst came into general notice through the operations of pearl fishermen in the smaller rivers. Occasionally the mussel has a valuable pearl hidden away in his shell Id-crust-ed interior and in some streams peail hunting is remunerative. At present, however, the bivalve is in demand be cause of the fact that the shells are largely used in the manufacture oi buttons. In the upper Mississippi River the mussel beds, it is said, are rapidly being exhausted to supply the deniuuds of the button factories. Mu -sel fishing has become an industry oi some importance along the Ohio River. The shells bring a sufficient price to justify their shipment to Kasteru cities tn carload lots. The mussels that are found along the Northern coasts are edible, but the Onio River variety is not suitable for human consumption, as the riesh when cooked is tough and leathery. It is in some demand along the river, however, as food for hogs, and is said to be very desirable for that purpose. To separate the flesh easily from the shell it is necessary to cook the mussel. The mussel fisherman build crude furnaces on the river banks in the vicinity of the beds where the work of cooking and separating the meat from the shell is carried ou and where the shells are sorted out. The small shells bring a better price than the large ones. The large buttou factories of the East have representatives in the held who make periodical visits to the fishei ies for the purpose of buying the output of shells. In preparing the shells the fish ermen occasionally find a pearl which adds to the remuneration of their oc cupation. Theie are uot many button factories along the Ohio Kiver and the mussel beds are not likely to be exhausted un der the present primitive fishing meth ods. There seems to be a good held for j the establishment of such factories in some of the river cues. The fact that ROYAL BAKING Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PH08PHATE the Federal iov.-rnme.it is taking Mtp for the conservation of the mcs-el ami the continuation or the shell ftepfrty is additional incentive to the further de velop-nent of the industry Courier Jourtiul. Additional Irvington. Miss Laura Hale invites you her up to-date line of millinery. to see Prices the lowest Thos. Adkissou has finished his new shop and is now ready for business with a full line of saddlery and harness. Call and see hira. Embry Wrather, of Texas, came Monday to spend a few days with his wife at the Munfords. A t i t 1 vareeie, salesman a:i con tractor for the Webster Stone Co., went to F.vansville Monday. Mrs. Caregie says he has contracts secured that will keep his Company busy for a year. Makfng over hats is Miss Laura Hale's hobby. She studies to please. Miss Jane Lightfoot. of Cloverport, spent Sunday as the guest of the Misses Hook. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Spradliu left Sat urday for n visit at Custer and Con stantiue. Mrs. V. J I'iggott was the week end guest of friends iu Brandenburg. For the purpose of launching a move ment to have a graded school in Irving ton, a mass meeting of parents, citi zens and all interested parties, was heU in the p iblichall on Tuesday evening Nr. I. n. Mcrerruu, or Louisville, a member of the School Improvement League, uu.de an address This meet ing created a great deal of enthusiasm and lots of work is being done for this cause. Mr. aud Mrs. Noah Creenwell and children who have been visiting rela tives, left Tuesday for San Antonio, Texas where they will make their fu ture home. The First Presbyterian church and the Cumberland l'reshx tetian church h til visiting ministers Mindav supply ing in the absence of the regular pas tors who were away ina revival. The Rev. Kliott. of Louisville, and Kev J. l Harned, of Leitchtield AIR CURRENTS. I The Forces That Operate to Make the. Wind Blow. In reference to air currents and the reasons why the wind blows the as tronomer royal of l-.nglund expliiins that air consists of gaseous panicles, all trying to get 11 way from one an other, and that under certain condi tions they can lie compelled to come closer together by contraction Of forced to tly further apart by expansion. A quart bottle, for example, holds twenty two grains of air at the temperature of 70 degrees. If the bottle be rooted by surrounding it with Ice the air in side contracts. When this occurs more nlr rushes Iu through the bottle's neck. The quart of ulr now weighs more than twenty-two grains. If the bot tle be heated (he ulr It eoutaius ex pands, its tiny particles Hy further asunder, and many of them escape from iho bottle altogether. There is still a quart of air. but it weighs much less than the original twenty-two grains. Now, consider the earth and the sea under the Influence of vurylng degrees of the sun's heat. Where the heut Is greatest the ulr Is made lighter aud expands. Where the heut Is leust the air Is uiiexpuuded .and heavy. Both the hot and the cold ulr huve weight, but the cold, being the heuvler, Is drawn more effectively dowu to the ground. In doing so It drives the lighter air up out of Its way, Just us u lump of lead dropped Into a pull of wafer forces some of the water up ward. If the earth were equally wniu at every part mid continued at a con stunt temperature wind could uot ex ist. It "blows" because of beat and gru vii at ion In other words, air uiues from the place where Its weight 01 pressure Is most toward the place where Its weight or pressure la least tirtad baking is guaranteed a suc cess if you use Lewisport BEST Flour POWDER DEATH COMES TO AGED EARNER Mike Lyddan. A Devoted Father, Substantial Citizen. And Pros perous Farmer. Goes To His Reward-- Died Sunday FOUR CHILDREN SURVIVE Irvinjrton, Ivy.. Oct. 2. (Special) Mike Lyddan, one of the oldest men of Breckenridjre county and a prominent citizen, died at the borne of bio eon, Qeorga Lyddan Saturday night He was ill only a few days, with no particular disease, hut death endued from -enility. being 89 years old. Mr. Lyddan was prosperous farmer, a friendly neighbor, a Rood Catholic, and a staunch Democrat. Several years ego he retired as a farmer, giving up most all his business relations, but acting until the time of his demise as one of the director- of the Shelnwn Hank. The funeral wa conducted from the Mt. Merino church with High Mass at 10 o'clock on Monday morning, Father Hollerand otikia ting. The interment took place in the church cemetery. He i survived by lour child ren. John, George, and Tom Lyd dan, end Bins. Jno Akera, all re siding in this community. Fifty-Seven Varities. A C Pre wit t, representing H J. Heinz Campany, held a reception at Nolte's st. re J-arun ay. The fifty seven varities were served on the daintiest china and liaen. Mr. Prewitt said the event would have been perfect if he could have just gotten a dish washer. EPWORTH LEAGUE HALLOWE EN RECEPTION The Social C 0 m m i 1 1 e e of the Bp worth League, a 11 n o 11 nee s a Hallowe'en reception to be given Tuesday night, October the trirty-irtt.The invitations wj be issued at an earlv date. THE REV. MR. DILLON HONORED AT CONFERENCE Mr. Belcher, in his welcome address to the ministers of the Methodist con ference at Greenville, referred In high esteem to the Rev. Mr. German P. Dillon, former pastor of this city. He said: We want to express to you our gratitude for the action of your Con ference in honoring us with your pres ence, and we trust that we may be able to make you want to come again. We also want to thank you from full hearts for the man you sent us, and who has now spent a year with us. He has won our hearts and quickened our consciences. If among your number you have better preacher, or a purer, cleaner man you may send him to some other church. We are satisfied with the one we have. We want him until our claim is barred by the Statues of Limitation, and it your proceedure is similar to that with which I am familiar, we pro pose to enter any plea of infancy con verture or anything else that will stop the ruaning af that Statue Greenville Sentinel.