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The Breckenridge news: February 8, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911020801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 8, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.INT VOL. XXXV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1911. SOCIETY IN 8 Paces SENDS LETTER. No. .11 BEN JOHNSON WITHDRAWS FROM GUBERNATORIAL His 1. HENDERSON HAS NO SUBSTITUTE INTERESTING RACE Young People Having a Good Sees The Home of Phillip Brooks Time-And Largest Cotton Mill In and Mrs. White Mr. ROYAl &AKlN5 POWDER Absolutely Pure from of Tartar Claims Opponents Have Used Religion A NEW MARVEL E Give Dance In Honor of Miss The World-Ri- des In Margaret Old Against Him in Primary Fight Iqchoc Warm Statement Exnlain- ing Action. Urges the mittemen to Call Con vention. WORDS MAY BE SIGNIFICANT White OTHER SOCIAL AFFAIRS HEARS Fashioned Stage Coach. OF KENTUCKY. F0RCL0VERP0RT. Fine Flow of Gas Struck on Ed Serum Said to Have Cured PneuMr. and Mrs. Willie White gave a Danvers, Mass., Jan. 30, 1911. monia in a Day and dance Mondav evening in honor of their Dear Mr. Babbage: Three weeks ago in Four Days sister, Miss Margaret White. Those it was my pleasure to take a trip to Tube-rcolosis MORE From tlio N. V. Sun Declaring that efforts have been made by some of his political opponents to arouso religious prejudice against him in the tffort to defeat him for the Democratic nomination for Governor, Cangressman Ben Johnson has announced his withdrawal from the primary. It is charged by Mr. Johnson in the statement issued by him that certain parties who have long been antagonistic to him have tried during the past twelve months to work up feeling against him because he is a Catholic. He asserts further that his enemies started a newspaper in the Eighth Congressional district for that purpose, the fight against him, he says, being .Inspired in Frankfort. In no part of his statement does Mr. Johnson use tne name of any of his alleged enemies. He charges that at first the alleged mutterings were half concealed, but that during the past thirty days they have become bolder and louder and that upon 'his return to Kentucky last Thursday night he received reports from his friends throughout the State that it was the purpose of those who started the move to defeat him in November, in the event he should secure the nomination in the primary. , Mr. Johnson's statement, in full, is Whitehead's Lot in the West End at a Depth of 930 Feet. MEANS MUCH FOR THE CITY. The Ohio River Gas and Oil Company successors to the Kentucky and Iudiana Gas Company, struck a fine flow of gas from the well on Ed Whitehead's lot in the West End last week. Mr. Tague, tntf manager, says it is a good well and will be better when they put a shot of glycerine down to open it up, which they will do in a day or two. Everybody in this town is glad over the strike in this well. It means more ga.'i for the consumers and more revenue for the company. It also means that other wells will be put down not only lor gas but for oil. It means the spending of a big sum of money by the company to thoroughly test the territory. This new. company have faith in this field. They say it is one of the best in Kentucky for both gas and oil. They believe it so strong that they are going to test it at the point of the drill if they have to go 2,000 feet. This town will yet wake up some fine morning and find herself rich in gas and oil and many other things they had no thought of. Here's to the company and to the faithful Tagues whom we hope will strike It rich and be rewarded for their bad luck in the development of this field. ocratic nomination for Gov.rnor. Of course there was opposition to me from the first time my name was mentioned. Mrs. Wade Dead. Th's was not unexpected by me and my friends, as such positions of honor One of Southern Indiana's most venand trust are sought by many. I did women, Mrs, would erable and widely-know- n not, however, suspect that there who would, day after day, John C. Wade, for nearly thirty years be those of the Christian Home in week after week and month atter Matron Evansville, 'passed away Monday evenmonth, print and circulatcstatements daughter, Mrs. that the authors thereof knew were not ing at the home of her W. D. Crammond, In Hawe ville. Mrs. true. These deliberate misrepresentaninety-thir- d year of tions did not, In the least, disturb me; Wade was In the only two years ago resignI believed that time and inquhy her age, and for would disclose their falsity, and that ed as active head of the institution honorary at last truth would triumph. As false- over which she still exercised for many falsehood had gone to pieces, supervlson. She had lived hood after leaving me each time in a more ad- years in Cannelton before going to vantageous position, the opposition Evansville and the far reaching influene then resorted to a means of defeating of her well spent life is beyond all me, even though it pulled down the worldly price. temple upon the head of Kentucky's as follows; "To the Democrats of Kentucky: At least a year ago it seemed to bo understood over the State that I contemplated making the race for the Dem- San Frauscisco, Feb. 2. Remark-abl- o and almost instantaneous cures arc said to have been made in severe cases of tuberculosis, pneumonia and typhoid fever at South Pacific Hosuit-a- l in the last month by a new mothed of treatment discovered by Dr. Schafer of Bakerslield. The principle is that the bacteria throw off certain substances while growing poisins that are exuded to preserve the organism's life. It was Dr. that if these exudations could be formed into serums capable of injection into human systems affected by disease caused by like bacteria it would have the effect of Immediately arresting the bacteria's growth. Working on this principle Dr. W. B Coffee, Dr Samuel Gardner, Dr. Philip King Brown and Dr. H. H. Gibbon with the advice and assistance of Dr. Schafer, inoculated nine Southern Pacafic Hospital patients suffering from pneumonia with liquid extract made from metabolic products given off by the pneumonia germ in the progress of growth. In every case the patient was cured, several of the cures being within twenty-fou- r hours of the serum's in jection. A tuberculosis patient was pronounced cured within four days after the Schafer remedy had been applied. Similar success with typhoid fever is reported. Conservative practitioners who have followed the experiments are astounded by the results accomplished and declare that the Schafer treatment will soon become universal In many diseases which have resisted all methods of treatment. Scha-fer'sld- present were: Misses Myrtle Dcssic, Margaret Beavin, MissRollen, Mr. and Mrs Johnie White; Messrs. Edward Wallace and Frank Johnson, Will and Jas. Waggoner, Roy Beavin, Simon Smart, Tom and Wave Jennings, Ostcr Beavin, Mr. Boyd, John Layhere, Olive Blan, zack Burdett, John Walker, Shurman Oelze, Ralf Wlnchell, Tom Basham, Vester White. Pat Green wood and Richard Carter furnished the music. Mr. and Mrs. White are most pleasant young people themselves and their guests had a fine time. MISS FAIRLEIGH TO LEAD FRATERNITY BALL IN CHICAGO Miss Florence Allen Fairleigh, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fairlcigh of Louisville, has been chosen to lead the P. E. K. E. ball at The Blackstone Hotel, in Chicago on the night of February tenth. Several hundred guests will be present. Miss Addle Falrleigh will leave tonight for Chicago to attend the ball. New Hampshire and If you think the readers would be Interested, you may publish this: We left Danvers about 8 o'clock In the morning on the electric car which Tho only baking nowtfet runs from Salem to Lawrence, through mado Royal Gran Danvers, Middieton and North Andov Cream er. One mile from Danvers Square we pass the State's Insane Asylum, an N0ALUM.N0 LIME PHOSPHATE immense building standing on a hill some three hundred feet high. This is a very Imposing structure, made so from the prominent position it occupies. SENATOR BAILEY'S It is one mile around the buildings. After leaving the asylum we enter SOLD Middletown and pass on Into North Andover going by the home of Phillip Brooks, the great New England Divine. North Andover is a pretty residential Walnut Hall Farm Branches out town of some six thousand people, yet and Pays Top Price of the it contains some large mills and machine shops. North Andover is separated Sale, $8000, for Helen from Lawrence by the Merrimac River. Halefter Brisk The River of Spindles, so called from of great Cotton and Wool the number Bidding en mills built along its banks and whose existance la due to the fine water pow$3,000 FOR SYBIL KNIGHT er afforded by this river. JTOCK ooo We are now in Lawrence, Massachu setts' fastest growing mill city; Lowell, further up the Merrimac, is called the Spindle City, but Lawrence will soon out strip her. There is a mill in course of construction in Lawrence, when finished will be the largest in the world. We have to wait one hour in Lawrence for a train North, so spend the time visiting the stores. We leave Lawrence at 9:25 for Manchester, passing through Methuen, Mass. The home of Mrs. Searles, who was Mrs. Mark Hopkins, whose husband, with Leland Stanford and others, promoted and built the first railroad to the Pacific. Fasig-Tipto- n Wed at Hawesville Jesse Beavin and Miss Annie L. Dawson, who reside near Cloverport, were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowling in this .city on Wednesday night by Rev. Mr. Gillette. The bride is the sister of Mrs. Bollng. Both the bride and groom are well known and popular. Clarion. A From the Jf. V.Sun Jolly Dance Much enjoyed was the big dance given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tate, Monday night, January 23rd. It represented the big towns of Glad To Hear From Tom McQuady, Kirk, Hardinsburg, Hamed, Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find Garfield, Simple and other places: over enclose one dollar. Please send me 100 guests present; and all report a the News. I am still in the land of jolly time,. We hope It will not be living. Yours very respectfully, F. long until we will be remembered with L. Caley, Glenwood, Iowa. another one as good. A truest. CITY OFFICIALS Are Guests of Honor at a Hand COURT OHPPEALS Railr- Decides Important Case to oads-In some Dinner Given by Mr. Chas. May, in Celebration of His 63d Birthday. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Chas. Condemnation Proceedings Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 3. The Court Appeals decided a case of great importance to railroads and In their favor. The case was that of El len Riley against the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railroad Company, from Daviess county, and the court holds that a railroad can build a spur track to a distillery and condemn private property for the right of way for the track. It was contended that as the spur track was for the sole benefit of the distillery the track was not such as could come under the head of "pub-H- e use," and that It was unconstitutional for the reason. The court says the spur track does not belong to the distillery, but to the railroad, and the railroad is not restricted in its use to only such things for which the distillery might wanted it used, but It comes under the clause, "public use and therefore the condemnation proceedings are legal. There was no complaint that the sum awarded by the jury inpayment for the right of way was not sutllclent. Judge Carroll wrote the opinion. of y Democracy. This last desperate resort was to inflame the religious bigot Mrs. Furrow Not Improved. Mrs. John Furrow, who has not been able to walk for more than a year on account of rheumatism, is not improved. She has many friends who are very sorry her condition is so serious. She Is under the constant care of her daughter-in-law, Mrs Laytbn Furrow. A against me. Inspired at Frankfort. "A man was taken from newspaper work at Frankfort and sent to the fLs Eighth Congressional district, where a i ii K newspaper was put at pis communu,i to religious projudice against me. Iraise and L"here this Gratis work commenced, havimr been l Then this Inspired at Frankfort. method of warfare jumped from the Eighth Congressional district and was taken Up by several subsidized newspapers in various sections of the same inspiring hand at Frankfort being plainly traceable all the while. In plain English the word was sent out that I inut be opposed because I am a Catholic. In this State there are a number of people who seek Gathbllc votes, but who themselves will not vote for a Catholic. At first I did not believe there was a sutllclent number of these to defjat me in the final election if I should be nominated. As to this I have recently changed my opinion. Three judges upon the bench of om of the highest courts in the State have been heard to say that they would not vote for a Catholic for Governor. Om of these has but recently been elected In a district where the Catholic vote Is so heavy that he would have defeated even If that vote had nothing more than nemaln at on election day. Others in high position In the State have expred ; tttanwelvM with equal emphasis, until Continued on page sight ( t. S o" Friend To The News. Ken-tuck- yi One of the best and most enthusiastic friends the Breckonrldge News lias is Miss Katherine McGovern, the bright young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Free, Ky, She has sent in several one dollar subscriptions for the paper already this year. in, Miss Adair May Keep Office They do say that the Hawesville matter Is being held up so long that there will be no change made in the postmaster there. Miss Dood Adair, who has been in charge a num ber of years, seems to be entirely satis factory to the people. The new appli cant is E, C. Vance, an attorney of that place. Cannelton Telephone. postofflce A Bank Beautiful bu The interior of the Bank of Clove-rport has been handsomely repaired and its elegant appearance cannot be excelled by any Institution for its size In the state, It Is a source of pride to May. this city, at an eight course dinner given complimentary to the city officials on the occasion of his sixty-thir- d birthday. The long dlning-tablwas beautifully set The centerpiece was the silver candleabra that Mr. May gave Mrs. May Christmas, and from this were streamers of wide red satin ribbon placed across the table with a poinsetta at each end. All the appointments were in red and white and the effect was tastefully carried out. When the guests arrived fruit punch was served. Misses Eva and Eliza May, assisted by Miss Georgia WJilte and Mrs. Lizzie Geer, aided In entertaining and made the dinner one that will be long rsmembered by those present. After the delicious meal music was enjoyed and town topics discussed. Those Invited were: J. A. Barry, Mayor; Marion Weatherholt, Treasurer; Paul Lewis, City Clerk; JuCsce Wills, Police Judge; File DeHaven, City Marshal; Vlrge Babbage, City Attorney; Jas. Lewis, Curt Weather-holEd Whitehead, Henry Yeager, Samuel Conrad, L. T. Held, council-men- ; Dr. Forrest Llghtfoot, Dr, Simons, William Pate, J, D. Seaton, Chas. Hamman, School Trustees; Prof. Tanner, Rev. Farmer, Rev. Lewis; John D. Babbage, editor; Leonard Oelze, postmaster; Messrs. Fred and Jacob May was host e t, To Entor Millinery Business Miss Lelitla Chnpin, who had a position in the millinery department of one of the leading stores of Chattanooga, Tenn., will form a partnership with. Miss Laura Hale milliner of Irving ton. They both will go to Louisville next week to spend the spring opening season In a large millinery house. After leaving Methuen we pass into New Hampshire through Salem, Derry, Londonderry, and other small places and reach Manchester In time to connect with the Montreal Ex. After leaving the station In Manchester we pass the Araoskeag Mills, at present the largest cotton mill in the world. Most of your readers know the Amos-kea- g ginghams. From Manchescer to Concord we follow the Merrimac river and cross it many times. We have an eight minute wait at Concord, then our train leaves the White Mountain Division and hete off to the West, passing through Franklin and Andover to Potter place, where we leave the train for an eight mite ride in an old fashioned Stage Coach, where of course at this season is onrunners. After taking on the mail and baggage we are off for New London, our destination. Soon after leaving the station we reach where we wait for the postmaster to change the mail, then on to Wilmot Flats where we have another wait for the mall. Wilmot village Is at the foot of Mt. Kearsage, whicn is almost 3,000 feet high. Our next stop is at Elkins which is a pretty little village at the north end of Pleasant lake. Three milts farther on we reach our destination. New London is a small town situated on n hill 1,100 feet above sea level, commanding a view of the country for miles. To the northwest is Kearsage mountain, to the north Ragged mountain almost as high and southwest Suuapee mountain about 2,500 feet high and 600 feet below you Pleasant lake about one mile In width and three miles long, and as far as vqu can see, are hills, and of course now, snow covered, New London Is the seat of Colby Academy, founded by Gov. Colby, one of New Hampshire's Governor's in days gone by. It is also the old home of Sherman L. Whipple, one of Boston's greatest lawyers, and tho Democratic candidate for U. S. Senator a few weeks ago against Senator Henry Cabot Lodge. Outside of these two men, New London hasn't much to boast of except the very fine scenery and lovely climate (In summer) Whllo there our host took us to see a real New England sugar camp and sap house; also took us for a drive to and on Lake Centinued pa page four e, 000 The main feature of yesterday's horse sale in Madison Square Garden was the disposal of a string of animals, the property of Sen ator Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas and from the Fairland Stock Farm at Ky.. The consignment was com' posed of forty horses of a varied class, and they brought a total of $48,045, or an average of a shade better than The top price of the lot, the day and the entire sale was $8,000 for the brcod mare, Helen Hale, by prodigal out of Red Silk. She is now six years of age, and among her achievements has been the two year old filly record of 2:13for the mile. After the bid ding went well Into the four figures it merged .nto a duel between the Walnut Hall Farm and W. J. Carter, the agent for J. O. Winston, of Richmond, Va. Carter only halted when the figures reached the even eight thousand, and the mare goes to Walnut Hall Farm. Helen Hale was bred to Moko last season. The Walnut Hall Farm secured the cream of the Bailey horses. It bought twelve others besides Helen Hale, the total for the lot being $29,100 or an average of $2,239. Sybil Knight, a faur year old brood mare, and with a trot-in- g record of 2:22 as a went to the Walnut Hall Farm for $3, 000. One of the most note worthy youngsters of the day was the yearling filly Hester Prim. She Is by prodigal out of Red Silk and holds a big string of choice engagements. The Walnut Hall Farm got her for 2,000 which, was tho high water mark of the sale for a juvenile. Red Silk, the dam of Helen Hale, Sybil Knight and Hester Prim, was sold to the same buyer for $2,700. She Is now In her thirteenth year and bas been bred to Prodigal. If Carter failed to get Helen Hale he was mure successful with a couple of others. He paid $1,000 for the Sweet Spirit, a yearling filly by Walnut Hall out of Great Spirit. Tho Walnut Hall Farm got Great Spirit for $1,000. The other animal knocked down to Wens-ton'- s agent was Miss Sub Rosa, a six vear old brood mare by Barongale out of Falfa. She has been bred to Axworthy and brought $2,000. Don-era- ll, 81,-21- 6, two-year-ol- Progressing in His Work Baird Stcrett, a Hawesville boy and a former Junior linotype operator on this paper, who has been doing similar work on the Cheboygan, Mich., Democrat, for the past year, leaves that place tonight for New York City, where, he goes to take a course of Instruction, on the Staudard Mergeuthaler machine. After taking the course, he will return to Cheboygan, where he has been employed to set up and also operate a new model No, 5 Standard machHan ine in the otllce of the Tribune, sock Clarion. Every Farmer as well as Every B lisiness Man 1 Should Have a Bank Account "RPfSllIP JLOUr.nionfy 18 "Cured Neuralgia HL OFFICE Pain"' take in writing to you that I had a neuraltria nain in my arm for five years, and I used your Liniment for one week and was completely cured. I recommend your Liniment very highly." Mrs. J. McGraw, 1 2 16 Mandcville St., New Orleans, La. E RO OVER A. L T T snfcr 10 tuc;i.nr.k Ihnn nnjwlierc cto. raying your bills by PERMANENT DENTIST HMMMMiMllBillHillillllliMllillllHiiMmHBMillllllllMMillllmilllMMilMM Monoy in the. eher for the debt it pays. 'It gives ycu n better stnr.dirg with business men. bnnk nccount tenches, helps and encournges you to save Tbis bank strengthens your credit. Your bnnk book is n' record of your business. docs all the bank book-keeping. Hardlnsburg, Kentucky KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY EXAMINED DEC. IM7 BY STATE w EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS P To those desiring Hanking Connections ith an Old Established Bnnk, we extend our services i The Bank ofjHardinsburg S2M55 !Z & Trust Co., that n Hardinsburg, Ky. very dear friend of mine used to do, not even calling it charity, but as I wns one of those benefited I can say that it wns charity nnd of tho highest kind. Slin had an Income that seemed fabulous to us girls who had but little spending money, and In some very nlco way she found out about what each of us had. At Christmas and other Important occasions of tho kind each ono received a note that "was not long, but full of affection and encouragement. Inclosed was a check that somehow was always Just tho amount most needed for somo special object that scorned almost unattainable. She never by any means Interested herself In girls who wore extravagant, but thoso In her own set who really needed the sort of help she gnvo to eke out their own small means. So JACKS I FOR tl W IMF.W it I.' i HE BIG HAT SCARE i Livery Stable Steohensport, Ky. : S Physician Says Headgear Makes Women Round Shouldered. THE BEST FORM OF CHARITY. A New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. Open for the Public Near 1242 Wilson St., Wilmington, Del., writes : "I bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for the quinsy sore throat and it cured me. I shall always keep a bottle in the house." Cured Quinsy Sore Throat Mr. Henry L. Caulk, of SALE! "1ATE lmvo three good Jacka wo wish to dispose of. Two arc three years old, and ono two years old. Thoy aro nicely bred; all jet black with white points; very short and close hair; fine size;loxtromoly heavy bono; largo feet; big shapely heads and cars. These Jacks aro in fine condition, nnd ready to show. "Wo aro going to disposoof thcm,and they will bo sold at bargains. Wo trust they will find homes in our county. If you aro interested, don't write, but come and see us. Kospectfully, Splendid Way to Spend One's "Over-IncomTo Give a Euchre a la Japanese Steamer Chair Easily Adapted to New Use. e" the Depot. driving to do, or if you want kind, we 'can 5 Feed of any furnish you. If ;you have any riding or j jjj We will handle Ice also, $ ture hat for tho bridge party this proThe disconcerting theory pounded by this doctor Is that tho jjj Your patronage will wearing of big hats tends to mnko woft men rouud shouldered. bo appreciated. Whether the condition Is duo to the weight of tho hat or tho dllllculties women have iu VI HI T II III handling such headgear In X W, dm Hi & crushes and like places tho street car HUS. physician docs not say. Ho states that a woman Proprietor. cannot sit upright in any vehicle wearV' ing such headgear. The weight of tho Cfanhanenncr K u hat and its size make It impossible for her to carry herself properly. By wearing such hats she Injures her lungs and her chest and breaks down her whole body. It's sad news, Isn't It? But we'll wear them just tho same, won't we, dear? And apropos of hats, although so simple in appearance, they are just as expensive as over. I have discovered "Written So Yon Can Understand to my sorrow that it i3 useless to try and save on hats. Simplicity may bo elegant, but it is not cheap. Karly this winter I was so happy. I raid to myself: "Oh, joyl No trimming on tho hats this year. I can get one A wonderful sf ory of the Progress of this Median after-noon. Dear Elsn Did you ever hear of such foolishness? A frumpy old physician has been trying to scare women to death about wearing largo hats. I've Just finished reading his story, and without believing a word of what ho says to bo true I have a funny feeling nbout putting on my new pic- SLOANS LINIMENT gives instant relief from rheu matism, lumba-go,sciatica, that Is how my 'over-Incom- e MECHANICS A1AGA25I2STB POPULAR The endowed and established charities are before tho world, and bequests to these como from all quarters, but to well bred poverty without rich relatives Utte help is apt to drift Friends of such persons cannot assume that they are In need, nnd few know how to send help as my friend proved It could be sent. I intend to emulate her example, as I think this form of charity ono which is too much neglected by thoso of us who could do it without giving offense or making thoso we nro really fond of feel that they arc objects of charity." 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Jim want OontKlaliii Some InformJkUon itconti putlrnlua 1010 Abov) 4 ot tb Ooonet-lu- l pricti ot iUpl prodaeU. er1U tchlne-bmU- , tdeoUtlc dUcoitrUi and uplontloaf ot 1910, wtn lad otbir lmporUtt hhtorfcU rrtstl. trowth of tbt United Stitts, inert ttlnf popnUUa ad wtiltb' o( countrin, BUtn tad dUca, tbt tarUf, tbt truiU and party plaUorou, Coocrt-atom- l rtcordi, iportlog cttnti, world rrcofdj, frrUliti and meaiorta, uniicralUri, rdlrloiu ordM dabti ot natlona, induatrici, wtatitr fortcaita, birtbi. marrlatci, dliomt and dtatba, railroad CIppTni. baaklaf, montj, taxta, inaoanct, UUral partlra, iteitt aodttiaa, dtba, tha probftl. tloa moiamcnt, womaa'a tulfrafi and 10,000 Other Facta and Mruroa Up to Date of itery iij Utinat and ralna to (Ttabodr, No Burcbaot, fanatr, labortr, btulntaa sua. bouKulfa or bualnna woman, acbaol bor or w)& rbould b wttbout a ropy of tali taluabU nhti tact Toloma of uarful Information. 1rlca Sfo, (Wait of Uuffalo and lttibnrg. DOc). Br BOA. 86c AdJrw. Tht New Xork World, Ntw tort. , rlM 1b tlectlou, tht etiuni, mukttf, eropl, p. He Loved His Enemies. tlia Jamea JIucNoIll WlUstler looked upon llfQ ns upon kind of warfare nnd wns never so happy its when ho was qtmrrollng with somebody. Ho is iiuoted its Wiving wnld when asked if ho did not liavo many friends: "Yes, I have many friends, and I am grateful to them, but thoso whom most I lovo nro my enemies, not In a Biblical sense. Oh, uo, but becnuso they keep ohe always busy, always up to the i&ktk, cither fighting them or proving idiots." 11 fashion." "Thee has bought me a pair of grand hose, John," said tho mother, "but what made thee fancy such a bright color? Why, I can never show myself at meeting In them." John was much disconcerted, but he told her that ho cousldcrcd tllo stock-lug- s to bo of a very proper go to meeting color, as (hoy were a dark bluish drub, "Why, they'ro as red ns a cherry, John," was her astonished reply, Neither ho nor his brother Jonathan could sea anything but drab in tho stockings, and they rested In the belief that tho good wife's eyes wero out of order until she, having consulted variThe Best Form of Charity. ous neighbors, returned with the verNOTICE A number of wealthy women recentdict, "Varra fine stuff, but umcommen ly wero discussing what thoy considPlease do not ask us to publish card scarlety." ered tho best form of charity, when The consequence was that John Dal-toono who had lately Joined tho charm- of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free became the first to direct the ated circle said: tention of the scleaUflc world to the Subscribe Right Now. wbJwt of color bUadi)M. "Wall. I can tell, vou of something to some modern Cinderella. I remember, Elsa, when poking nbout In your attic last summer, stumbling over tho steamer chair that you used on our trip over the pond together. Of course you have kept it as a matter of sentiment, but hero is n way of making It of practical value. "Wash off tho enne seating with soap and water, then dry with rags nnd put in tho sun to freshen. As tho wood Is very shabby It can be treated to a coat of white paint nnd when this Is dry n finishing cont of enamel. Now make an oblong cushion of cretonne, with which your bedroom Is hung, to conceal tho back of the chair and ono for the seat, If you wish, but I think tho back cushion Is sufficient for comfort, nnd you will, havo converted what was n useless piece of furniture Into a mighty good looking and comfortablo resting place. And don't forget to throw across tho foot of the chair a Roman blanket or n dainty knit one for artistic effect nnd for future use. You are going to entertnln tho euchre ? club? Why not try a euchre n la It Is so easy to do and so Inexpensive. As all your guests live near each other, have tho Invitations printed in Japanese stylo on paper napkins nnd inclose them in tiny paper lan terns nnd have them delivered by n small boy messenger at the Individual dwellings. On each lantern havo the namo of tho person for whom It is designed In gilt nnd black. It would bo most nt- tractive to have several girls dressed In Jnpauese costumes to distribute the score cards In the shape of lanterns, having ribbon or cord drawn through two holes nt tho top. Tho principal lighting of tho room could bo accomplished by gorgeous lanterns depended from wires crisscrossed over the heads of tho players, with gas Jets at tho sides of tho room to help out. It would help along tho good work to have Japanese panels nnd branches of cherry blossoms about the room, but this Is not essential. Decorate each table prettily. If or Instance, one table might havo a tiny dwarf tree In a porcelain Jardiniere, which afterward could bo distributed as a prize. For prizes you could have a genuinely ImTUB N1JW MOTOIt COAT. ported teapot and a Japanese print In a teakwood frame. cheap." I did at first. It was a plain At our afternoon bridge gamo last Httlo hat without a ribbon or n feather week thero was n silly Httlo woman, a or a bit of laco upon it. I felt so economical uutll 1 began to weur It. Then friend of ono of tho members, playing I noticed one day that my hatpins with us. I threw my cards down on showed very plulnly, and I felt asham- tho tablo and, smiling across at her, ed when I realized how Httlo they Bald, "Lay on, Macduff I" In simpercost. Beforo this tho pins had been ing tones enmo tho reply, "Pardon mo, Can you hidden discreetly beneath tho hut trim- but my name's MncDugal." mings. This year there is uo placo to beat that for absurdity? If you can MABEL. hldo cheap hatpins. So beforo I woro tell It to Now York. that plain little chapeau again I was obliged to go out and buy two nlco really worth whllo hatpIuB. And they A piece of flannel dampened with brought tho total cost of tho hat away Chamberlain's Liniment and bound ou up to whoro It nlways had been. Trust to the affected parts Is superior tc any these milliners to get oven with us In plaster. When troubled with lame back way. If wo savfl on tho trimsomo mings they boo to it that wo lmvo to or pains In the side or chest give It a mako it up on our Jeweled hatplus. trial and you are certain to be more than How do you llko my now motor coat, pleased with the prompt relief which It affords. Sold by all dealers. a sketch of which I am Inclosing? Jap-neso1 STORY A OF LOAN. Case Where the Statute of Limita tions Was Not Considered. A well known Kansas banker told n story the other day about the statute The right man in tho right place. If you are going to have an auction sale let mo prove to you that Col. II. J . Gorsuch is the right man in the right place when ho cries your sale. Prices reasonable. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. 15 year experience: , Call or write mo at my expense. of limitations. 4'hcrc Is a simile In it. plus some good philosophy. Ono day an old southerner walked Into this banker's office. The southerner was a typical gentleman of the old school, suave, courteous to the point of punctiliousness and honorable to a degree of martyrdom. "What can I do for you?" asked the COL. H. J. GORSUCH, Irvington, Ky. banker. the southerner. years ago I loaned a man down south some money not a very big sum. I told him that when ever I should need If I would let him know nnd ho could pay mo the money. I need some money now, so I shall let him know, and I would like to huve you transact the business for mo." "My good friend," replied the bank er, "you have no claim on thnt money You can't hold that man to that loan. years You say It has been thirty-fiv- e "about thirty-five "Well," replied Irvington College Announcement The board of regents wish to announce that we aro prepared to furnish board ann reoms to students for tho moderate price of three dollars per week. Tho new college dormitories aro neat, clean and well ventilated. These aro in charge of a competent lady, Students can enter at any time and find classess to suit' their needs. since you loaned It to him? Tho stntuto of limitations has run against that loan years und years ago." "SIr,'! replied the southerner, "tho tions never runs against a gentleman." So tho banker sent for tho money, and within a reasonable time thereafter the money came. Thero was a courtly gentleman nt tho other end of Kansas City tho transaction also. Journal. Will e'a daily Cures baby's croup. cuts and bruises, mama's soar throat, grandma's lameness. Dr. Thomas' Eclectic oil the great household remedy. 9 COLOR The Incident man to whom I loaned that money is a gentleman. The statute of limita- Wm. M. MARTIN, Prest. s. W. J. PIGGOTT, Sec-Trea- -- THEThe most centrally located and only hotel In the city making a$2. 00 rate. Only one block, from tho principal shopping district, two blocks from the principal theatres. Street cars pass the door tolall parts ot the city. Everything noat ond clean. Qrst-class i.. BLINDNESS. Gal-ton- Fifth Avenue 's That Opened John Eyes to His Affliction. John Dalton, the famous English chemist and natural philosopher, without whose discovery of the Jaws of chemical combination chemistry as an exact science could hardly exist, was wholly color blind. Ills knowledge of tho fact camo about by a happening of tho sort which wc call chance. On his mother's blrthdiy, when ho was a man he took her a pair of of twenty-six- , stockings which ho had seen lu a shop window, labeled "Silk, tho newest HOTEL Louisville, Ky, PIKE CAMPBELL, mgr. RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, are you interested 1 If so, call on the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and havo him explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND fk TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (incorporated.) COMPANY .HTAKT TH ttFW VI? AO n With a Subscription to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS peedim hubbies OLD HE WON THE HOUSE. Vice-President FRIENDS. SEVEN YEARS OP MISERY All Relieved by Lydia E. Pink-ham'- s My husband wns nbout to giro n wlilst party and linu Invited three bachelor friends to dinner for the occasion, said u woman recently. I initially wns not asked to Join In tlio ,tanio raid Imagined Hint tlio four old cronies wouM bo more convivial If I remained awny, so I tnctfully announced my intention of "doing a play" with n friend. "What about our food?" growled John. "Aro you going to leave tlio cool; to provldo It? Her only Idea Is n beefsteak and an npplo plo- - to follow for n man's dinner." "Your dinner," I sald-a- nd I hope I said It kindly, although I was feeling somo llttlo Irritation "Is already a matter of my own Bcrlous consideration. It shall bo n dinner to mako a bachelor consider tlio error of his ways." So, to begin with, I had tho table decorated with n largo bunch of whlto chrysanthemums In a red bowl In tho center nnd used two low to light tho table. The menu I selected began with oysters. With them was served a famous mignonette sauco made In tho follow- Vegetable Compound. Sikcston, Mo. "Tor soven years I Bufforcd everything. I was in bed or four or live days y month, and so weak I could hardly walk. I cramped and hnd backache nnd headache nnd wns bo nervous nnd wenk that I dreaded to seo anyone- or have anyone- movo In the room. Tho doctors tr.ivn mn mndlciiin to times, nnd said that 1 ought to have an operation. I would not listen to that, nnd when n friend of my husband told him nbout Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and what It had done for Ids wife. I was willing to tako it. Now I look tho picture, of health and feel Ilko it, too. can ao my own Housework, hoo my garden, and milk a cow. I can entertain company ana enjoy them. I can visit when I chooso, and walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the month. I wish I could talktoeverv sufferintrwomannndtdrl." Mrs. Dema BETiruNE, Sikeston, Mo. Tlio most successful remedy in this country for the cure of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E. "Vegetable Compound. It is more widely and successfully used than any other remedy. It hns cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, ilbroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache that bearing down feeling, indigestion and nervous prostration, after all othei means had failed. Why don't you try Itc iaeaso mo nt thoso ing fashion: A pint of vinegar, of a tcaspoonful of salt nnd pepper each, n dash each of tabasco and Worcestershire sauco and one bunch each of minced shallots and chives, tho whole being mixed well nnd served very cold. one-four- th l W. II. HowMKH, President A. B, ?KiM.MANt Cashier Ned Harrlgjm's Plea at a Crltlci.1 Point F. L. Lioiitfoot, 0. T. Skim.man, Ass't Cashier In a Play. Kdward IJnrrlgan onrc said that the most trying moment In his theatrical THE OLD RELIABLE enrcer occurred In New Orleans soon after the civil war. lie had gone south with his company and, yielding some, whnt to popular request, put on "The Blue nnd tho Cray." The piny had Ky. 1872 been a success up north, but down south, with tho air still full of the bit3S 3Prs of hor.oinble tlrnlirp to its cicdit. It has raised tlirctiph tlncc punicH and paid every terness of the wnr, It was n dangerous legitimate claim (o its full nmc tint on d( n nr d. Never Knl d check. experiment. Tony Hnrt wns to' represent the Confederate gray, so ho hunt3 An on Time lo Io ed up a uniform of tho Louisiana Tigers, and when he cniuc mnrchlng on, young, stalwart, handsome, the typical DIRECTORS: soldier boy In the beloved uniform, the A. B. Skillmnn, Com nd Simons, house, men nnd women, cheered nnd F. L. Lichtfoot, W. II. Bowincr shouted nnd cried for all their heroes lno. C. .Inrboe, A. It. Fisher 0. T. Skillman, embodied In this boy. Ilnrrlgnu, standing lu the wings in his northern blue, waiting to go on, had Just one thought "They'll kill me!" Then ho stepped lez3lj(znoizz)foc n ll HOC ioi rni i r iot out, the embodiment of the enemy, and b1l a cold, dead silence fell upon the house. Not n hand moved for him. The nudlcnce wns tense with emotion, nnd there was only an Instant to act Q if tho play wns to be saved. Ilarrlgan, o big, klndl3 good looking, came swiftly down to tho front and stepped over D tho footllght gutter, leaning down to them. "For the lovo of henven. won't you give the Yankee n hnnd?" ho At once the house wns caught nnd all the pentup feeling turned the right wny. There was a yell of ap- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Organized Business. absolutely Safe Place per cent Deposits Spring Dry Goods Ginghams Linens Calicoes Laces and Embroideries Men's and Boys' Hats NEW 1 plause. RULE OF Decided THE ROAD. The Menu Described. For soup there was consomme. "With n clear, strong Pink-ham- 's the soup wcro served long, thin Angers of thin, flaky biscuits browned In tho oven. With tho flsh wcro served hnlf lemon shells filled with cucumber sauce. To make the said sauco enough cucumber was chopped to fill half a cup. with a half tcaspoonful of salt, minced parsley nnd minced onion and a of tarragon, vinegar. The sauco was put into tho lemon shells. Turkey and Trimmin's. I ordered a very tender turkey and had It stuffed with a chestnut and col cry stuffing, than which there Is none better. This wns nccompanleiby cranberry sauce. Remembering the Iovq of .man for Bermuda onions, I had tlioin serveu wan n stuiung or uutter, pepper atfd sa)t, this added to the center of the onions, chopped fine. The onions were baked In a covered dish until tender, basted well with mixed water and butter nnd browned during thi last half hour. Tlio salad was an unfamiliar our Six tart apples were sliced crosswise and laldjn circles on plates that were covered with cold cooked French peas A large tcaspoonful of finely chopped mint nnd a dressing composed of three tablespoonfuls of fine olive oil, one of" vinegar, pepper, salt, were sprinkled over the salad. Men and Sweets. TOLD IN PANTOMIME. hail some peaches boiled and served In hot rum. Those looked appetizing when placed on the bands up. to it. turning them In the table In a challug dish. .with the little 'of warming nt a fire. .spirit lamp alight below, and a silver attitude need few words. H under Chinese puuch bowl spoon was laid thereon stood nnd was heartbroken. The pan Then men helped themselves and they tomime Indicated to him that the supM1 so very liberally from the chafing posed priceless vase wns only a clever iish. reproduction made In Paris, and the Knowing it to be a delusion that men secretary, warming his hands before have not taste, for- - sweets, an alterna- It. meant It was so fresh from the tive was served with the hot peaches. pottery Jurnacc that he could still Into a stiff whisked quart of cream, notice the warmth. a tnblcspoonful each of chopped citron, candled cherries, chopped filberts, alItch!. Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! monds, raisins nnd six marshmallows and six marrous glaces were folded, Scratch! Scratch! The more you scraand a little seasoning of bitter almond, tch the worse itch. Try Doan's Oint vanilla and cognac. Tho whole was ment. It cures piles, eczema, any tkin frozen. itching. All druggist sell it. For u sweet 1 Tho Worth of a Chi nese Royal Gift tit Li Hung Chang. The late empress dowager of Cblnn wns something of a humorist. Tho author of "Behind the Scenes In Po king" tells a story of how LI Hung Chang, after concluding the treaty of Shlmonosekl. wns presented by tlio empress with a cloth of gold bag con taining somo heavy article. Hie treas ure turned out to bo a largo vase, and Li, who wns an enthusiastic collector of Chinese ceramics, at once sent for his secretary. Mr. Pethlck, to come nnd examine tho new acquisition. Some tlmo was spent In a careful examination to determine the dynasty during which this treasure wua produced, but the date of this especial paste was lost, with Its other technical classifications. After a long time Mr. Pethlck lifted it gingerly, placed It on a table, put hlmsalf In front of It, drawing a wrap round his shoulders, and slowly, very slowly, held his Abroad by the Sword and Here by the Gun. Several travelers were seated In the hotel lobby discussing the difference In customs of the various countries they had visited. "What struck mo ns most peculiar abroad," said one, "Is tho custom of keeping to tho left Instend of the right, as wo do here. Why is tho rule reversed?" "I think I can explain that," said a reserved looking man in tho corner. "In medieval and Inter periods abroad men were In tho custom of wearing swords. Tho sword wns worn, ns It is now, on the left side. Consequently In drawing their weapon It was done with the right hnnd, nnd to get quickly upon guard a ninn had to have his right side to his opponent; hence tho custom of keeping to the left. "In America when every man carried his life In his hand on account of snv-ng- e Indians all men carried guns. Tho easiest and most natural way to carry a gun, either afoot or mounted, is over tho left arm with the muzzle pointed outward, and it takes but a very slight movement to throw the butt against For that reason tho right shoulder. the early settlers kept to the right of the road so their weapon could Instantly be brought to bear on any mark that was necessary." Philadelphia Times. New New New New New New New Dress Goods New Madras New .Shoes New Line Men's Shirts New Ladies' Hosiery Men's Hosiery Agent for the Celebrated Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, Deering Harvesting Machinery and all kinds of Farming Implements Homestead and Calumet Brands of Fertilizers Can furnish you Pure Raw Bone Meal Union Alade Carhart Overalls, "First in the Heart of the People" How to cure a cold is a question in FOOD AND DIGESTION. which many are interested just now. Cough Remedy baa won Chamberlain's its great reputation and fnunente sale Civilized Man Needs Cheerful Surroundings at His Meals. by its remaikable cure Qf colds. It can Robust people so long as they got be depended upon. For sale by "always what suits their own uncultivated all dealers. taste are apt to make very light f what they call "fancies" nbout food and overlook their real Importance. Why Spiders Fight. man Feeding on the When two spiders fight there is gen- Is not tho simplepart of civilized procedure which It a good reason for tho attack erally aniand tho vigorous defense that follows Is with animals, although many food ns to mals are It is not generally known that after and whnt particular "dainty."their neThe is called a certain time spiders become inca pablo of spinning a web from lack of cessity for civilized man of cheerful Tho glutinous excretiou company nt his meal and for the material. of mental anxiety is universally from which tho slender threads aro snun is limited: therefore snidcrs can recognized, us well as tho Importance not keep on constructing now snares of an inviting appeal to the appetite when tho old otm aro destroyed. Dut through tho senso of smell nnd of . they can avail Mfemselves of tho web sight, while tho Injurious effect of tho producing powers of tlieir younger reverse conditions, which may lend to neighbors, and this they do without nausea and even vomiting. Is admitted. Even tho ceremonial features of the scruple. As soon as u spider s wob constructing material has becomo ex dinner table, the change of clothes, of hausted and its last web destroyed it tho leisuroly yet precise sets out in Bcarch of another homo, approved nnd expected dishes, net by pleasant talk and light and unless it should chanco to find ono by that is tenantless a battle usually en hearted companionship, aro hIiowii Imsues, which ends only with the retreat strict scjcutlfic examination to be portant aids In tho healthy digestion or death of the invader or defender. of food, which need not be large lu quantity because wisely presented. A Pretty Compliment. Ray Lankester In London TeleHla luceseant work, his avoidance Sir rest and recreation and bis graph. of all rieoreus self denial made Joseph Pullt jwr'ln his days in harness the despair FOR FLETCHER'S of bis family. Ib this connection a pretty story Is told about the fasaous journalist's son Ralph. Mr. Pulitzer had refused to Plain talk. take a holiday, and Mrs. Pulitzer cx- "Shave," said the crusty person la elalued: "Did you ever know your father conically. inquired the barber. "Close?" U 'do anything because It was pleas "No. I'm not cIose kut I'm not in yos.' the habit of giving tips if that's wbat "Yes. enco wbea be married you're driving at." gracefully replied. tfc jywng d hnrd to believe that n shadow is probably the origin of all astronomical, geometrical and geographical science. The first man who Dxed his staff perpendicularly In tho ground and measured Its &hadow was tho earliest computer of time, and the Arab of today who plants his spear Jn tho sand nnd marks where the shadow falls Is his direct descendant. It Is from tho shadow of a gnomon that tho early Egyptians told the length of tho year. It is from the shadow of a that tho Inhabitants of upper Egypt still measure tho hours of work for a water wheel. In this case the gnomon is a lhurra stalk supported on forked uprights and points north and south. East and west nro pegs In the ground evenly mnrklug the space of earth between sunrise and sunset. In n lnnd of constant sunshine a shadow was tho primitive chronometer. It was also tho primitive footrulc. London T. P.'s Weekly. Romance of a Shadow. Our Great Piano Contest is going on. You It Is get tickets with every article. You get gno-mo- n get it if you are diligent and work for it. Get your friends interested. Get them to come to our store and buy and turn . over their tickets to you. Someone will get this piano. Why not you? Remember we are making big REDUCTlOrvS on every article in our stock. Come and see us. tickets vhenryou pay your account. Our piano is a fine instrument. It is worth a place in any household. Yati can 0 W. C Moorman Glen Dean9 Ky. HOE 3 cd aoo p c hoc )fo1CZJOIZZ 3QI )00 "but there Is still enough of It left to turn tho copper worker's hnlr green." "Ills hair green?" "Precisely. In those copper districts where tho ore is of a low grade it is roasted in open furnaces to rcflno It and make It moro marketable. A gas emanates from the furnaces that turns tho firemen's hair n bright green, this nrscnlc green that tho firemen's hair tnkes on. "So if you over seo n man with green hair you can say, a la Sherlock Holmes: "Copper Men With Green Hair. Is scarce," said a broker, NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTLE-- But They DO Much Thoy help to lent and sell rrnl citato; rei.t rccn; sccuic pontiors; find cood lielp;Qin fact they sell what is not wanted and Hnd what is wanted. If you have a Small Business and Want More Business! "Try n Brcckenridge News "Va,nt Ad." Tho fact tlmtlthey are helping n any otl ers of our ncdei is pood proof that one would hclpycu per furuaco tender.' " "'There, my dear Watson, is a A Request. cop- "I shall never forget," says tho eminent man of wealth during the course of his little speecli on "How to Become ns I Am," "I shnll never forget how I saved my first hundred dollars." At this Juncturo a weary individual in tho audience, who has heard this story many times and hns read it many times more. Interrupts: "Well, If you can't forgot it, for heaven's sake give tho rest of ua n chanco to." Chicago Post. ndvise mo 8aplelgh Would you-- er to er marry a beautiful girl or a sensible girl? Hammersley I'm afraid you'll never be able to marry either, y Sapleigh Why not7 Well, a beautiful girl could do better and a sensible girl would know better. Exchange. ...Write, Call or Telephone... If not convenient to IcaVe WalgliiilPMaiiiMiiiiiiiili h your ad at The Xcws c Dice, telerhcne thrm to 46. the cost and you can mail stamps or call when convenient. Wo will loll yen Chl!drn Cry A Friendly Tip; C ASTORIA old man. Ham-mersle- All They Could Find. "What's all that noise in the next WaWte , bu Pest 5ubcrib today He who reigns within fclRwelf aad rales prejudices, deetrea and fears U taere than a king, wjilltes. roow?" "My wife and three of her girl frtesds are trying to play waist with cards In the paek." only forty-seve- n Louisville Ceurler-Jroraal. Sedentaty habits, lack of outdoor exNOTICE ercise, insufficient umst'catlou of food, New Cook For the White House. There Is n now cook In the Whlto constipatlou, a torpid liver, worry and Sealed bids will be received by the Ilouse. She Is Flora Hamilton, n anxiety, are the most common causes descent, of stomach troubles. Correct your hab- Board of Trustees of the Cloverport young woman of Scotch-Iriswho went to Washington from tho its and take Chamberlain's Stomnch and Graded Common School District No. 1, kitchen of a wealthy New York fam- Liver Tablets and you wjll soon be well until march 15, 1011, for furnishing all ily. The Now Yorkers gave her up again. For sale by all dealers. material and labor to build a wall unwillingly, but they wero glad to see across a certain portion of the Public Miss Hamilton get such an excellent NOTICE. School lot, according to the plans and placo. Tho new cook will bnvo charge of tha of all tho cooking In tho White Ilouse All persons indebted to Mrs. R. T. specifications on file in the otllcc and will direct the serving of tb big undersigned Secretary oi the Board. by I'ebsuary dinners there during the winter. Polk please call and settle Bids will be received for the constructs Amelia Howard had tho place, but she 15, 11)11, and save costs. After that date all claims will be placed in the hands ion of said wall, either with stone laid III and resigned. Martha became attorney. in cement, or for concrete of proper another recent White House of aa Board reserving the right to Is not too (rood for you mixture. rook, resigned to be married to James If the best Marioa reject any or all bids. Mulvey, one of the policemen lu the Lewlsport Best Flour is the flour you Secy. Board of Trustees. executive offices. ought to use. lt, THE DRECKENRIDGE .INO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. STRIFE STIRRED BY CORONATION British Issued Evory Wednesday. There's No Place Like Home, , ; But- - EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, Peers Contesting For FEB. 8, 1911 Ancient Ceremonial Privileges, Subscription Prico $1.00 a year in advance. COURT OF CUIMS CROWDED, BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd 5 cents for cncli nd ditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of Hereditary Squabbles Over Various Honorary Positions Being Thrashed 10 cohts per lino. Out Before King George Is Crowned. OBITUAKI ES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money Usher of White Rod and Glove in advance. Bearer Subjected to Scrutiny. Examine the label on your paper. If it 13 not correct please Should King (Seorgc of England denotify us. cide to iidi)it undent customs nt his JOJfJVSOJVS WITHDRA WAL The withdrawal of Hon. Hen Johnson from the race for Gover nor wna a wise move, we think, on his part. Not because ho was not a strong factor in the race; he has been from the start, and the News thinks he could have secured the nomination. But Mr. Johnson is of very much more service to the people as their Representative in Congress from the Fourth District. His standing with his constituents in this district, covering nine counties, gavo him prestige throughout the State. This the opposition well knew, and they brought everything in their power to bear to weaken his chances for the nomination. They denied him and a majority of the best Democrats in the State, the call for a State Convention, knowing full well that this would help him. His opponents were well aware that the presence of Mr. Johnson before a State Convention, composed of the strength and life of the party, would renew the enthusiasm of past years, and bring to him such a following as no other candidate could command. This has been quite apparent to those who have studied the situation. It is not surprising, therefore, that his opponents put out all kinds of statements against him, none of which were true. So far as the religious phase of the matter is concerned, no one of sound judgement believes that it would have any weight against him whatever. Those who know Mr. Johnson can state frankly that he has been the friend to all denominations, and here in the Fourth District he was never called upon for a favor or donation, that he did not grant it, as readily to one sect as to another. It is vcrj' much to be regretted, therefore, that for the good of the party and for the high personal regard for the candidates olfering for the high ollice of Governor of the State, that these things could not have been kept out of the race, and let every man stand upon his own personal integrity and ability for the high place he sought. These things must he eliminated in the future or the party will sutler disintegration and defeat. BJSJV count in the Bank of Cloverport. N Still it isn't a good place to keep your money, because of the danger of fire and theives. It's the simplest matter in the world to open an ac.--It's the safest kind No red-tape of a place to keep your savings. v about it. Come in today. Louisville Market Report Louisville, Feb. 7 Cattle The re-- ! celpts of cattle were 1,9 head; a mod erate attendance of buyers on tho yards, and the general tendency of tho mnrket was slow. Pens only fairly well cleared. LODIBURG Swell Wedding List of Presents-Advic- e To Correspondents Which Will Help Mtss Mamie Adktsion, who has been visiting relatives in Louisville, returned home last Friday. Miss May Wudlinglou, of Hardiiiaburg was the guest of Mrs. Cha.. Payne last week. Mrs. Will Gibson and daughter, Mary Jolly, are the guests cf friends and relatives here this wetk. Mf. and Mrs. Leland Singleton, of Louisville, are Ihe guests of frien s at Union Star this week. LitletonLaucMSter and children, of Muceo, and James Husk, of Yelvington, wtre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. IleLry Lancaster, last week. Mr. aud Mrs. A. M. Hardin, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson, of Holt one day last week. "We uuleistand that Will Shtltnan, of sear Union Star, has treated himself to a fine automobile. gel to ride. Now girls you can of Irvington played the wedding march. Among the guests thet presented them with presents were: Misses Alma Kej a a dish, Blanch Robertson a set of napkins, Anuie French a bowl, Annie i.ee Haidin a pitcher, Ida Ater a wgetable dish, Nina Hardin a cake plate, Lucile Parr a waiter, Mamie IJasham a preserve stand, Miiirinashauia pair of towels; Mrs, IJllen French a bowl, Jess' Payne Arthur Ater a set of desert dishes, D.uie Payne a pair of towels, Nora Ater a piir of pie plates, Matilda Shaw a berry dish, Iiyrou Beauchamp a set of glasses, Nell-i- e French a set of glasses, Blnu.'h Lewis a molasses staud, Mollie Gibson a meat dish Nannie Gibson a set of desert dishes and a fruit dish, Lute Dutschke a pair of towels, Fannie Robertson a table cloth, Laikin Gibson h set of napkins, Will Basham a preserve stand; Messrs. Sam Brown a pair of towels, H. D. Handy a butter knife, C. M. MiGloth-I-u- i, a set of desert foiks, Arthur Ater a berry dish, Abner liobertson a set cf silver spoons, Joe Basham a niolarses coming coronation there will be some quaint mid iiuilli'vnl ci'iviuonleH on A thai occasion iiolilcnian of the manor of IIchImii. in INscn, Is entitled to tlii' honor in intuitu; u towel for tin' king when in.- - uiuitir ii w .litw for the banquet 1 lie lio.iler it Hi tun nor of t ied with Addition? in Sutler Is tho duty of ei ,us :t I. - of jietoitt or dlllcgiuui to tli. 1..V.-IVm liefore the liiiiiiei!! ie forma :ii .c- - l Hie Ii.mi quct tire In vim The chief tint .ft of I -;. i. ml. n post of no mean IuiiimI la -- , ,;i . I Uie title h.19. liccordiliu to II Weil claim, the right to call ii.him t tie mrd mayor and twelve lt!sut! l.iHiiini for such n Id us Is ne e.jsjiry on the great dny. Competition Is Great. There were two distinguished claim ants for the post of chief butler tit the coronation of King Edward In 1002. One was the Duke of Norfolk nnd the other Lord Mowbray nnd Stourton. In presenting their claims to the office these men quoted the records of previous coronntlons for several centuries nnd produced musty court documents of great antiquity, which were submit ted In proof of tho righteousness of their contentions. The Duke of Nor folk Is the premier duke of England. nnd the most iromlneiit Romnn Catho lic. He Is also very wealthy. The court of claims, which has to do with the settlemut of procedure at the coronation function. Is now In session It Is guided In Its decisions by established precedent. The court dates back to the reign of Itlchard 11.. 137". when John Ontint. duke of Lancaster. the lord high steward, kept his court In Whitehall. Beginning with the cor onation of Henry VIII.. commissioners were appointed to decide the questions. and these commissioners were later succeeded by the court of claims. The only record of the court Is the coronn- tlon rolls, on which the claims are set down In some detail. At the coronation of King Edward there were three claimants for the hon or of carrying the great spurs. The court refused to allow the claims of any of the three, leaving it open for tho preseut court to restore the right Carrying the spurs to a claimant meant more In the days when English kings were fighters than It docs now. The king has pfenty of spurs, but they are without the glamour which comes with victories In the field. Many Rival Claimants. Most of tho claims of right were al lowed subject to tho king's approval, but In some cases there were rival For instance. "Ota tho claimants. Duke of Nowcastlo and the Earl of - Northern White Seed Oats u Quotations Choice export steers $o.'5(n6; shipping steers $56 7s; beef steers f3 503.50; fat heifers $3 75 5.23; fut cows f'l.60.; feeders $45.50; stcokers.$2,7!55.G0; choice milch cows f3545; medium to fair cows $1535. Calves The receipts were 122; the market ruled slow and lower with the best to 8c; medium 6c to "Jc; Warranted Pure At 5Qc Per Bushel 7c common Hogs 2)c to 6c. The rebeipts 2,119; the mar ket ruled firm and steady to 5c higher; selected heavy hogs 210 pounds nnd up, selling at $7.65; 165 to 210 pounds $7.85 165 pounds down $8 05; roughs $7.15 down. Not enough good hogs coming in to supply the demand. See us for prices on Flour, Meal, Mixed Feed, Shipstuff,J Corn, Hay, Fodder, Oats. We are paying highest market price for Chickens, Eggs and all kinds of produce. Don't fail to come across when you come to Irv- ington. CHIEF'S GRANDDAUGHTER NOW AN OFFICEHOLDER. Fertilizer! Cumb. Phone : Fertilizer! Irvington, Watched Chlppowa Relatives Fight Uncle Sam Now Works .For Him. A. D. ASHCRAFT & BRO. staud. Shrewsbury claimed the right of supplying the glovo for the king's right hand and supporting his majesty's right arm while ho Is holding tho scep ter, and tho first named claim was al lowed. - J. Dutschke, of Holt, was the guest of his brother, A. Dutschke, last Saturday and Sunday. Let all of of us correspondents get a hustle on us, and get all the subscribers for the News that we can pofsible get, for it is one of the nicest aud uewiest county papers in the state. If our correspondents will get this hustle on them, we will still make it better. Editor. Abner Robertson, of Tuscola, 111., who has been visiting his father, Mr. alien Robertson, lor the past mouth, returned home last week, accouipauied by his nephew, Davis Bandy. The musical entertainment given by Mr. and Mr8."Charlii Payne last Saturday evening in honor of their guett, Mis May Wadlicgton; was the grandest affair of the kind given this season. The young people enjoyed themselves until u late hour, when they all left for their homes, thanking the host and hostess for the enjoyment they all had. Miss Nannie Gibson and Mr. Comil-ioDandy, were united in the Holy Bonds of(matrlniouy at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson on last Wednesday evening, Feb. 1st. The bride Is Mr. Gibbon's only daughter, aud is one of the leading young ladies of the neighborhood. The groom is the son of Juue Dandy and is one of the most energetic young men of this vicinity. Miss Emmercer Bandy sitter of the groom and Hewitt Gibson, brother of the bride were the attendants. Rev, Jas. Lewis performed a very ceremony. Miss Angle Gibson us S Those who had the pleasure of staying, and partook of the wedding supper were; Miss Annie Frtnch and Ham Brown, Miss Annie Lee Hardin and John Gibson, Miss Emmarel Bandv and Hewitt Gibson, Miss Gibson and Clyde Gibson, Mrs, Will Basham, Mrs. Blanch Lewis, Mr. nnd Mrs. Aithur Ater, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Skillman. May they live to enjoy all the good tilings of this world, and the Angel of peace guide and protect them through Ar-g-i- Lauderdale. Henry Scrymgeour Wed- derburu nnd tho Rev. It. C. Weddcrburn. Mr. Wcdderburn's claim was allowed, and he wns commanded to attend tho coronation and did so. The Earl of Lauderdale, however, chal lenged tho decision by bringing nu action against tho successful petitioner ne In tho court of session, Scotland, succeeded there, but on appeal to tho ife. house of lords tho question was decid If the best is not too good for you ed against htm. Another Interesting claim was that Lewisport BEST flour is the flour you of tho Walker trustees to exerclso the ought to use. ofilco of usher of tho whlto rod. which was bequeathed by Sir Patrick Walker. a former holder, and held by trustees Incorporated by uct of parliament. Notice They wcro allowed to bo present by That resolutions of respect are deputy to bo approved by his majesty. A partial revival of an ancient privpublished at 5 cents per linn. ilege was seen In tho decision by which Pleaso do not send obituaries to tho barons of the CInquo Ports wcro the News without expecting to nllowed to carry a canopy over the king should his majesty bo pleased to - Three claims were made to the office of hereditary staudard bearer of Scot land, the petitioners being tho Earl or pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. havo a canopy. MACHINE MADE PLUM PUDDING Housewives Need Not Make Trouble Any More. TRACT IN INDIANA. English housowlvoa may grow up In Ignorance of tho secrets Involved In Henry Yeager has returned home compounding the greatest of all Bug- from Corydon, Ind., where he has fin- Mia dishes, plum pudding, but science ished a large contract for the wood-wor- k with its Ingenious mechanism will of the Corydon National Bank. keep the pudding supply up to the de The building was in brick and stone mand. United States Commercial Ageat and the interior wood finishings in mahogany. Mr. Yeager said there John M. Carson writes from England was always an Inspector present seeing that "plum pudding, bo dear to the English heart and so trying to the av that every nail was driven right and erage stomach," promises to become his work had to be first-clasMessrs. of sufficient Importance In the foreign Eugene Kingsbury and George Mullen trade of the kingdom to be specifically were with him named In official reports. FINISHES BIG CON- English If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use. Gotham Motion Pictures Pooular. About 212.000 persons see. moving picture shown In New York each dav. From a life of hardship and danger Ky. among the Indian tribes of South Da kota to the position of adjuster of claims In the office of the Indian af fairs of the department of the Interior Is the unique life history of Mrs. M. L. Baldwin, granddaughter of a chief of the Chippewa Indians and relatlvo of VV. R. MOORMAN & SON, Proprietor many of the fatuous Indian warriors Glen Dean, Ky. of the west. Now offering at bargain prices 3 Shorthorn bulls; 10 Poland China Until she wns fourteen years of age boars: 25 gilts; 20 work mu es; 1 mare; 18 Collie.'pups; 15 Plymouth Mrs. Baldwin slept only in nn Indian Rock cockrels, Satisfaction guaranteed. tepee or In tho open air. Many times when she wns a girl she saw members of her family shot and scalped and one of her own brothers tortured. of camps and cottages of poorer people. From the shelter of sand nits she. with IT IN T Clark, the O. N. T. thread man has a other women and girls of her tribe, often watched the braves fight Infine place on the lake. Colgate, th1 dians of other tribes and soldiers of Just As Scores of Cloverport soap and perfnme man, has one near, the United States. and Bobby Shaw, millionaire of BosMrs. Baldwin's mother was a pure People Have. Chippewa Indian and her father a ton, who was the husband of the origFrench Huguenot. Her grandfather inal cf the famous Gibson pictures. She formerly lived at Osseo, N. D. He also Waiting do:sn't pay. is now the wife of the only American served as scout for many excursions ne was oao If you neglect the aching back, for Government troons. ever elected to English Parliament, of the most famous chiefs of (Fe tribe. Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely William W. Astor, Jr. Her father later moved to Minneap follow. Many of your readers have read olis, where he was made a Judge ad Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache, Caniston and Mr. vocate. He Is now attorney In Wash Carew's .Career by ington for the Turtle Mountain band Cure every kidney ill. Winston Churchill. These books have Mrs. Baldwin has of the Chlppewns. Many people in this locality recom- made New Hampshire famous, and hold her preseut position for five years. have been the means, or have helped mend Doan's Kidney Pills. to free New Hampshire from railroad Here's one case: RICHEST SECTION IN COUNTRY domination and the result was the elecJ. F. Hicks, R. F. D. N0.5, Hartford, tion last fall of the present Gov. Bass, Virginia County Puts Out Boast of Ky., says: "For twelve vears my kid- on d an ticket and an Amounting to Something. neys were disordered. Tbecame tired almost clean sweep in the Legislature "One county In Virginia Accomac easily, was extremely nervous and suff- for the Progressives. New Hampshire Is, I believe, tho most prosperous coun- ered from a dull pain in the small of ty in the United States." declares Wil my back. I was also subject to dizzy has the largest, or one of the largest liam A. Anderson, former attorney spells, during which there was a blurr- legislative bodies in America. Each town has a representative in the lower general of the Old Dominion. "I don't ing of my sight. The secretions from mean, of course, to say that It Is tho house. The senate is by districts.. richest, but I do assert that there Is my kidneys were too frequent in passWhile in New London I talked with a probnbly no other county In this coun- age and at times greatly disturbed my man who knew some of the characters I was so much impressed with an try, or. for that matter. In tho world, rest. in Coniston, Mr. Churchill's book. where every uiun In tho county and advertisement I read, regarding Doan's It Is a county of a.".000 population-c- an Kidney Pills that I procured a supply Craydon, near Sunapee, is the town hours raise nnd I am glad to say that it was not known in the bock as Coniston, Ruel within twenty-fou- r $100 or more. long before they helped me. The use Durke the jethro Bass of the story, "Potntocs havo made Accomac coun- of two boxes effected a cure. I have and Newport, N. 11., is the Brampton. ty. Last year the potato production of My friend told me the stage driver in Accomnc county was worth more than no hesitation in recommending this the book is still alive, and told him of remedy to other kidney sufferers." $2,000,000. Forty years ago tho entlro the last time Ruel Durke (Jethro Bass) For sale by all dealers. Price 5O cents output of tho county was not worth Foter-MUbuCo., Buffalo, New York, went down to Concord. He also showed $500,000. me some pictures of Coniston in Jethro, "Persons may talU about tho oppor- sole agents for the United States Bass' time, showing his home and thSS presented In tho western tunities Kemeu.ber the name Doan's and old tannery; also the 1,000 acre field, states, hut I tell you that in the east take no other. v Thojie things were very and south there nro hundreds of interesting to chances that nro bolng overlooked. Do me, as I am very fond of the story. is not too good for Jy6u, Dr Plngree, my If the best you know that In Virginia in Sufhost, was a delegate folk thcro Is tho second richest bank Lewisport Best' flour is the flour you to the State Convention that Mr. in tho United States? I doubt if oven ought to use. Churchill describes in Mr. Carew's tho Chemical National of Now York Career, and he said the picture drawn pays greater dividends than tho Sufby Churchill was a good one. folk National of Suffolk, Va. Tho shnres of tho Suffolk todny are worth MR. HENDERSON In all this was a very Interesting trip nearly $3,000. to me, and the morning we left for "Tho development of tho peanut Industry has been largely responsible Boston the glass registered twelve beContinued from page one for tho prosperity of tho country surlow aero, and we were cool enough Sunapee, We were in a sleigh and when rounding Suffolk." we reached the station. Came after a four mile drive came to the lake back by Nashua, N. H., and Lowell, which the Indians called Soonipi we Marr., to Boston, then out to Danvers Younglelgh Which Is the better way call Sunapee. The lake is almost nine by train. to propose, orally or by letter? Oynl-cu- s miles long and from a fourth of a mile I will, say to the readers that New By letter, certainly. There's a to two miles wide. It is sometimes England has some beautiful spots, suwl chance that youmlght forget to malt called the d of America travelers say that we Americans need and it is certainly a pretty spot. Im- not go abroad for scenery. Kentucky agine a body of water set down between has some for that matter. I have heard Why, Indeed T She Why does woman take a man's hlllsseveral hundred feet high, with more of the scenerv on Kenturl riu name when she marries him? He-W- hy numerous bays or arms running up be- since I came East than I did in Ken- does she take everything else he's tween the hills. The mountain of the iuckv, anu raoreot the Mammoth i got? same name rises over 1,600 feet above New Hampshire to m aa iatw- the water of the lake. We drove on the UU A HVU6 IU IBAfA Af MC When death comes it Is never, our ice across to Sunapee village and in it before I return to Old Kentueky. tenderness that we repent of, but our passing saw many hotels and summer, very truiy yours, Beverlty.-Ell- ot. places of wealthy people and hundred Watben B, Headers Planters Hall Stock Farm four-year-old TIE anti-railroa- rn 000 Loch-Loman- 1 m A Reliable Rimsdy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Resolutions of Respect Adopted by the Bewleyvillc S. S. SIMS EXPLAINS DYNAMITE PERIL Whereas: It has pleased God in his infinite wisdom to call to res; our li quleklr absorbed. Superintendent, Thos. J. beloved eivtt Relief at Ones. Jolly, therefore be It resolved first: It cleanses, Boothes, UcnU That while we most deeply deplore the Communipaw Disaster Probably nnd proteda tho diseased ini'in. loss of his loyal tervlce to the Sunday-Schobrano resulting from Catarrh ami drive and shall miss his friendship, Due to Freezing. awnyaCold in thoHond quickly. Jlcstorcs ,(1m Senses of Taste nnd Smell. Full Mzo and genial companionship, we bow in 150 cts. At Druggists or by mnll. Liquid submission to'the will of thine, "who Cream Jlftftn for uso In atomizers 75 cts. doeth all tlilrigi well." Ely Ilrothors, 50 Warren Htreet, Kow York Second: Th.it we extend to the be- EXPLOSIVE IS VERY PECULIAR, sympathy reaved family our heart-fel- t JHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREICH and pray that they may look to our Di BY THE ADVERTISING vine Uu'cs for comfort in their deep All Sorts of Pranks Can Be Played Wlth .lt Under Certain Conditions. sorrow. Third: That a, copy of these resolutHudson River and Its Mud Acted as ions be sent to the bereaved family; Cushion For Railway Tubes, but Air GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO and that a copy be spread on the minDid Not Prevent Broken Windows. C. D. r "AVdHCG IN ALL T'T PRINCIPAL CITIES utes of our Sunday School. W. Scott Sims, 0110 of tho most disHardaway, G. A. Foote, Laura L. tinguished experts In high explosives Stlth. In the world, Inventor of tho Sims dyJ5he Breckenridge News. namite gun, the Sims wireless torpedo, E. S Foote Takes 2,900 Grains the dirigible torpedo nud WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1911 many other methods of putting high Of One Kind In Six Weeks explosives to use, believes the rccctit $1,000,000 explosion nt Comnmnlpnw, TOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS RTE! Mr. E. S. Foote of this city, who re- on tho Now Jersey shore opposllo New were presents the Owcnsboro Wagon Com- York city, In which thirty-fou- r $ 2. CO For Precinct and city Offices killed nml hundreds Injured, occurred pany in Texas and Mexico, and who has $ 6.00 For County Offices because some of the dynamite on tho been in Owcnsboro the past six weeks, pier wns possibly frozen. In this con$ 15.00 For State and District Offices suffering with rheumatism in his right dition It Is most dangerous, lie claims, 10 For Calls, per line arm and hand, left this morning for explaining It by saying: 10 For Cards, per line Texas. He will be away about six "Under ordinary conditions you can For All Publications In tbe intermonths Mr. Foote has been suffering break n stick of dynamite in two or or expression est of individuals with rheumatism the past nine weeks, drop It on nny surface from even a .10 of individual views per line.... but is much improved, and can readily great height and nothing will hnppen. use the arm and hand. He feels that Fresh dyunmlte is as nnfo as safe can be except." added the inventor, with he ought to be well again as he took "when It Isn't. Once in awhile grains of on kind of medicine be- n smile, go It will off even under the best consides other remedies during the nine ditions from sonic little shock which weeks he was 111. ' ordinarily wouldn't budge It, but usually now dynnmlte nt a tempcraturo New shoes and new styles at Slppel's. STOCK AND TOBACCO NOTES. above freezing Is absolutely safe to handle In every way. Why, I've carPeanut Butter in bulk 20c lb. at T. ried It nround In my pocket, and so Sawyer's. F. W. G. Brickey has sold his farm of SO have all of us who live with explosives. Sterrett Ashby was the guest oy Yew-e- acres, near Vanzant, to Pete Daugherty I have even seen men touch n match Holder a portion of last week. for $800. Mr. Brickev will move with to tho end of a sliver of tho stuff and light a cigar with It as It burns." both on the his family to LeRoy, 111. Louise and Esther nre Freezing Causes Danger. sick list and the office misses both. was in Glen Dean T. D. Sheeran Mr. Sims explains, however, that y Monday. He sold his crop of 15,000 was in town Jlrs. Thos. Garrett pounds of dark tobacco to Robertson freezing makes dynamite most unstaand renewed her subscription. ble. The best grades, called gelatin, Piano certificates given with every Bros for $9, fg apd $3. and was well are composed of about 90 per cent nipleased with the price. troglycerin. 7 per cent guncotton nnd cash purchase at Sipple's Shoe Store. John Lyddan is building a new dwel- 3 per cent camphor. Tho dynamite Mrs. H. L. Stader has returned homo on the Communipaw dock, thought from Louisville after, a visit to Mrs. ling and barn on his upper p'nee for one of his boys. He wants to keep Mr. Sims, was probably of a moro Burt Muir. a good way to common grade, usually employed for blasting. Something new- in tbe way of over- them on the farm It's do it. "My idea of the explosion Is that tho alls, union made. Itest yet. Jas. J. Ernest Henderson bought a pair of men who were shifting tho boxes from Burke & Co. mules from Vic Robertson last week the enr to the lighter grew a bit careMr. and Mrs. Jas. Cordrey, Mr. and less perhaps, as those of us who ban-di- e for $330. Mrs. Sila Miller were in Louisville explosives always seem to do. SevJ. D. Baum and S. M. Jackson, of eral of the boxes of dynamite may last Monday. McQuady, were here Monday deliver, have been frozen, and if that is so a Mrs. Rose Barry, of Virge Point, 9, $9 and good jar in sliding one of, them down Mrs. ing their tobacco. They got Mo., has been visiting Mr. and J3 for 10,000 pounds, and were well to the lighter might have set It off. J. A. Barry. pleased Mr." Baum says it pays very If the men had already knocked off We have the most stylish line of lad- well to ra!se tobacco at these prices. work for tho noon hour it might have been some other thing n boiler exploies shoes in town ai.d tbej fit. Jas. J. Taylor Do'well was in Louisville lasj sion on one of the bonts perhaps, but JJutke & Co. week with a load of stock. He re- with the frozen dynamite getting tho Lettuce 15c lb., Kale 15c peck, Green ported a fine uhle,. and says he put on force of the shock, small as It may Beans 25c gallon, Kraut 15c gallon, at over 200 pounds each on 10 head of have been." T. F. Sawyer's. "How about the other car of the exsteers in 45 days, and sold them at a plosive on tho pier that didn't blow Buy your shoes and hosiery at profit above first purchase price. Taylor up?" he was asked. "Isn't that peculand help some one to get that fine is a goud stock man. iar?" $400. Piano Free. Thos. Lyddan sold his crop of Burley "Not at all," was tho inventor's anMiss Fannie Hardaway, of Guston, in Louisville last week raised by a ten- swer. "It Is entirely normal and natarrived Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. ant on his farm. Eleven thousand ural. It Is very possible that onlyex-a pounds brought him only 366. He says few sticks of tho stuff that did W. G. Hardaway. his tenant was offered $Jaud$12 for plode were frozen. The other carload, however, was probably at n normal Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard, of this tobacco early in the season which temperature, and therefore even the were guests of Mrs. Forrest would have brought them $1,230. force of ten or fifteen tons of it going Lightfoot last week. up at even a little distance away didn't Richard Pate is the name of the little disturb It" Gibson Sale. son, who arrived at the home of Mr. "How about the force of a big exOne ot the biggest crowds we have plosion?" the Inventor was asked. and Mrs. Austin Pate. seen in years at a sale was at Gibson's "Why did the blast break windows all Misses Coco and Thelma Brashear, A splendid looking over Mnnbattun and still not disturb last Thursday. of West Point, have been the guests of crowd it was too, of fine, healthy pros- any building foundations or even Miss Aliene Hardaway. perous farmers. They carried their shake the tubes under the Hudson. Explosive's Force Is Great. Ed. Davis, of Tobinsport, was here money around in sacks, and paid for "Let me explain," he answered. Saturday ard is one of the most pro everything they bought. Dave Henry any explosion is in tho gressive farmers of Perry. was in his glory. He had a lot of good "Tho force of direction of least resistance. An exMr. and Mrs. Wilburn Gregory and stuff to sell and it was not hard to get plosion on the surface of tbe ground price. therefore exerts its greatest force up son, Francis Leo, are visiting her par- the A pair of fine big mules caused a Into the air. not down. Most people ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bohler. lively scramble among the bidders. think the Spree goes down because Miss SilaCarr and niece, little Dor-th- y They were knocked off to W. D. Hale they can see the holo in the earth. Carr, of Elizabethtown, are visit- for $477 5O. Peyton Canary, the man What they cannot see Is tho far. far ing Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith. with a bag of money, got the other greater bole In the air. "Oho can realize what this force 13 pair for $360. theEp--worMiss Francis Smith will lead by remembering that tho pressure of H. H. Norton, the man who knows, n seventy-fivLeague Sunday evening. Promile nn hour wind la gram begins promptly at 6:30 o'clock. got the fine saddle horse for $205, only about two pounds to the Inch. A number of horses and colts were this air 'wnvo coincs a practical Prof. G. N. Groom, of Tobinsport, sold and brought fair prices. Mr. After vacuum, racing behind It through was here Saturday. He says everthlng-i- Gibson was well pleased with the sale space. This Is what gets tho wludows. good in Perry county except the Some of the boys had a rat killing and this vacuum explains why glass roads. falls out Instead of in. Tho windows time around the barn. can stand tho first onslaught In ManEudoraMc-Glothla- n Jamos Younger and Miss hattan It tnlght hnve amounted to five Younger, were guests In pounds extra to the squaro Inch but History Made Palatable. and West Point Sunday and they cannot stand is the tmddeu Joseph Salvador, the French hlsto what Monday. backwnrd snnp as the low pressuro dan, and Jules Suudeuu. a novelist, follows the first force of the blow. Mrs. E.H.Brledenbaugh, Mrs. Eliza made their muetlug at a public recep"Tho tunnels under the Hudson did Gillln and David May, of Owcnsboro, tion the occasion for n dispute as to uot feel the explosion primarily bewere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. the respective place.- which they occu- cause its chief force was exerted up pied In the' world of letters. May last Sunday. out Into the surrounding nlr; sec"The reading of history Is like n pill and ondarily, because water Itself in great It needs the sugar coating to make it masses Is a good ..cushion, nud, thirdV. G. Babbage went to Owensboro, Ky., yesterday to take depositions in palatable." argued tho novelist. ly, because the tubes must lie under "Ah. but It Is tho ingredient which the damage suit of J. C. Dugglns vs. mud cures, not the coating," remarked the some fifteen or twenty feet ofwhich Cumberland Telephone Co. and sllmo on the river bottom, historian. "Tbeu let un divide honors," said Is tbe best sort of a cushion in Itself." d Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffiqus Bandeau, "for if It were not for my with illnch at their home Friday Cat Raiting His Own Food. sugar coating your historical facts evening, After an exciting game- - the would dry ou tho shelves." Bunk, a cat owned by Dorothy guests enjoyed a candy pulling. Dutcher, four years old, of Winsted. Conn., not content with sleeping with Fourteen Puppies Mr. ard'Mrt. Joe Fitch have gone to tbe chickens on the roost at night, la Sanford, F)a. to speud a month hunting nesting with a setting hen on thirteen health and recreation. Mrs. Fitch will F. E, Nugent, passenger conductor eggs. remain over for several months. on Henderson Route has a Lewelleii setDiamonds Prosperity's Barometer. L. C. Llttell, of Sweet Owen, can- ter that gave birth to fourteen puppies, Diamonds may be prosperity's baromJas, 36. Seven wale and seven female, didate for Superintendent of Public Ineter. During the depression of 1008 structions, subject te the aetion of the all are perfect aad living except one. New York imported them to the value Is very proud of. them aad Democratic primary,. May 27, was In Mr, Nugent e? $10,750,000, aad laat year the will show tkuu at the State Fair. were valsd at fefcOOO.OM, Breckenridee eousty Uit week, Tm Mr Warvts. I ForlSalc Pure Bred Rhode Island Reds QUICK Ilrcrl Itliodf Inland Itcdi. Mrs. Jiff 1117111 111(1111 I f Valentines! The kind you want, all styles and sorts Wauled Salesman. ANTED A rooI nui-n- t to represent tn In Mi. II nriual..a llrt nkl'llfllltfll CVntil v direct 10 customers. Kxuerlencu not ?sirn-tln- ". Pploridll opportunity. No Investment. Inc., lioulsvlllu, Ky. Heforenc-- H ol required. American Supply Oo., VTANTKD-- "tii teumi. Writp For Wanted Tenant. A tenant for thu llHllrnan farm I uus. Tenant must furnish p. r,iKvlt!, Lovrbport, Ky. Saleor Rent Farm Paul KM fur nr rent FA Kulltnan.ultl.tiHiuint, ; rail or address Ky. For Sale Scholarship COIt SAI.K Pclmlartlilp In tlio Howling Ureen ITntvvrutt. pood In any do art merit of that University. IlrcckenrldRo Naws, Clovcrport, Ky. SIms-Edlso- n A BIG VALUE III Lace, Novelties, Darts, Red Hearts, Sentimental and Comics Valentine Post Cards very popular we have a good assortment for your selection. Your sweetheart may prefer a Book or Box of nice Candy. " Let us show you " Fountain Pens 41 j VALENTINE DAY FEBRUA'Y 14th 98c I JT. 1 C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. O Local Brevities See Our Window Severs Drug Co. immimimimmm 'Farmers, Read This! j ll I have sold my blacksmith shop and scales and have decided to oiler my Beautiful Tribute to The Memory of Thos. J. Jolly "God's finger touched him and he slept." This sentiment of the pcet, Tennyson, fitly describes the passing out into eternity of our brother, Thos. J. Jolly, the subject of this sketch. He was born the 10th of Januaiy. 1828. God called him to his eternal rest December 1(1, lglO, after nearly eighty-threyears of clean, useful Christian living. He xvus initiated into Masonry in 1852 in Breckenridge Lodge No. 67. Bro. G. W. Beard, of Hardinsburg, is the only man now living who was a member of this lodge at that time. Brothers J. H. W. Frank, Thos. J. Jolly nnd others in 18."i4 organized a lodge nt Webster, of this lodge Bro. Jolly became Master. His passing ftwoy removes the last link in the- - chain which bound this brotherhood. In 1850 Bro. Jolly jointd Bewleyville Lodge No. 22S, Later Brothers Jolly, Frank nnd others organized a Chapter at Bewleyville, which did good work for. twenty or twenty-fiv- e years, but the relentless Hand of time brought about changes, removals and deaths, so that it seemed wise to change the nanle and place from Bewleyville Chapter No. 99 to Cloverport Chapter No II9. No charter member now remains to tell the story of those early days. Not one is left now of that first goodly company who gathered in the old hall to practice the tenets of Masonry. All have jointd the silent majority and lie somewhere in some city of the dead waiting the second coming of the King. Our respect nd affection lor our departed brother moves us to offer the following resolutions: First, We are very sensible of the loss we have sustained in the passing away of our brother whom we believe tried to regulate his life by the plumb-lin- e of justice and endeavored to square his actions by the square of virtue. Our community has lost one cf Its most honored and upright citizens whose life has left an impress for good wherever e Sit-urda- I Seed Oats at 50c Per Bushel! have been selling at G5c but in order to close out quickty, I have decided to ofFer them nt 50c. To those who have been sowing these oals 1 need not say anything, but to those who have not sown them, will sav that they are far superior to those bought on the market, because we know they were grown in the North. They were threshed and loaded in a car in northern Iowa and shipped hero direct and when you buy them you can depend on it that you arc getting Northern White Oats, tho sumo that I?. S. Bandy has been selling for years. Come early if you want the best seed oats that can !o bought. Respectfully, j ' j The' - I , I j ? i C. A. PENICK, : Irvington, Ky. Sip-pel- 's We Print Everything from a Newspaper to a Bible! itiiftiB C. W. BOHLER a j. A .. a. MARION -- t tffgh tifli . f -- Tissitfiit if 1 nvithsVltiflssVllsst Har-dinsbur- WfiATHERHOLT J. W. PATE Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. th e s it touched. Second,; Bewleyville Lodge in losing its oldest member has lost also one of its most faithful ones whose conduct was exemplary and whose example might with profit be imitated by all Masons. - enter-taine- Third, We tender to the family of our sym deceased brother our heart-fepathy and commit them to the care of Him who alone can pour the oil and wine of consolation into their wounded hearts. Fourth, That these resolutions be placed upon the records of the lodge; a copy sent to the county papers nnd The Masonic Home Journal for publication, and a copy be given to the famSigned ily. D. C. Heron, W. J. Piggott, " G. O Blariford. Committee. lt Estimates on Application HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL at lowess market prices, also Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, Bran and Brick. Ibb-por- ta First American Macadam Road. Tbe first road to be built accordlua to the macadam method In the United Stales was begun in tbe year 1702. It pike and ex was called the tended from' Philadelphia to Lancaa Jec, Pa., a distance of sixty mile. At the Depot Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 11 it men try a jnqws want au. ana1 oe convinced that they will pay you 1 AIIJ llllllg 1 .UUZ ft 1 IU OC11 J lie turned snunre, but lie Often The Kidneys Are "That's a H! Yon know where h Valentino rnlwd his brows doubting T, wouldn't squeal, nnd Job nfter Job they . Is better than If yew don't ly, Innocently. threw him out of till he wns hungry Marion Weakened by "I don't think I wns ever In the Red does, and I want him. One tooflth In the street. Then n copper offered to turn him up, nnd If you doti't I go state of Massachusetts." to stnke him to n feed If he'd 'turn Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. after you, nnd If go after you 1 get "1 can prove you were In Spring. M.1 lt n .1 nt.1 ...it 41I1U I... ... Ilr.ln.n.l .1... IIV 111111111:1 lJ lilV " UIU 'U1. I Mass., the night the safe In the you." Weak and unlicnltliv Icldncv.i arc rc field. T rop on the spot, nnd now he's doing sponsible for much sickness atulsuffcrlng, "Well, get me." savings bnnk was grabbed." life. Turn sminre, eh? Tlmt menus "I will. It will take a little tlme- -a 4 no. you can t it KUincy tnerciorc, Cloverport, Kentucky "un. oe n stool or n uum our Rnmn, trouble is permitted to "notlovo me, Jimmy, I can. The year, perhaps ten but ns long ns we're continue, serious rc witness may be n bit disreputable, but both nllve I'm nftor you. Good day," tied raised his h.mds protesting!' suits arc most likely I can prove It" Doyle strode angrily nwny, md turned his fnce iuvny from Vnlen to follow. Your other Inc As the broad shouldered form of the "ion can Job mo. you tnenn. You organs may need at "Heat the coppers," Insisted the oth tcntion, but your kid can gel fnke witnesses?" Valentine "headquarters man" disappeared Valsr. . "Get nwny where they enn't And neys most, because asked excitedly. t entine stood gazing reflectively after Novelized hv rou Wo enn do thnt." they do most and ,"l can xt'iid you for five nt least, him. Ills back was turned' to tho porshould Have attention my boy." "Yes, tieres Bill Avery, seeing his chance, his FREDERICK R. TOOMBS J friend. we con." RedIsngnln faced see first. Therefore, when "Why, Doyle "But you won't If I do you n favor?" crept stealthily out. In his right hand In town to your kidneys arc weak or out of order, T? T you now." "You a very good guesser, gleamed the barrel nnd tho chamber rrom At. O i. iiic ureat you can understand how quickly your en- James." are' "Doyle here?" In nlnrm. He felt secure, of his 38 bulldog. body is affected nnd how every orcan tire Play by Well?" "Yes. I met him when he got off seems to inn to do us uuty. lie had the versatile Red to aid lu the "I want Avery." necessary getaway. The hotel corrl the 'rattler.' He's going to glvo you If you arc sick or "feel badly." becin PAUL ARMSTRONG "Avery?" your orders, nnd you'll hnvo to do as taking tho great kidney remedy. Dr. dors were opportunely deserted nnd Swamp-RooA trial will con "Bill Avery, who finished a nine tho noise of the elevntor and of the ho tells you If you turn square. He Kilmer's year stretch a month ngo and Joined street cars outside would dull the Copyright. 19 10, by American Press knows you boat It. lie was laying for vince you ot its great merit. The mild and immediate effect of up with your old rrlcnd Red Association T X Avery when ho came out and told Swamp-Roo- t, Twenty years' cxpoiienco in sound of the bulldog's bnrk. the great kidney and 'V I 't 't' !' l 'fr!!1 f lfMiMiMi$$$'l' Another step; he raised the weapon him to report once n month. And bladder remedy, is soon realized. tho execution of It Bill what nbout Avery? You sent him to stands the highest because its remarkable ,lpr(,s Avery, concealed behind tho por- - his forefinger began to tighten on "the CHAPTER VII. W,,M ,1I Kvo " violent start have been health restoring properties trigger. But Valentine's keen enr w IMMY VALENTINE slowly re U,L nnu "C ve uecn at wont on some- - proven in thousands of the most distress- - ns he heard Doyle's words, Red had rt Deeds, Mortgages, Concaught the sound of the covered from the shock ho ex-- . lng cases. If you need a medicine you all he could do- - to quiet him. The cry's stiffening cjbow creakof AvIt Joint ns "Where Is Avery?" asked Vnlentlnc should have the best, nt beholding before and legal nged thief, however, mnnnged to drnw straightened. Wheeling with his old Sold by druggists in him the man who had In the Q"'ckly. a ,18 caliber revolver from n side time nlncrlty, the documents saw his lifty-cc"Want to see him?" nnd l old days been his accomplice In many pocket In bin coat quicker to get at danger, lar sizes. You may f CwHtssuHMiiHnM struck down tho firearm with can explain better." "Ycs! I questionable adventures. No; be had than tho hip pocket, and then this his powerful left hand nnd bottle wrested It wrongly. No; he wns not ,,ne crossed the parlor and peered have a sample also a nrrangemenl enables n man to stand from his would bo by mail free, nssallant's .grasp, yet free from nil the nssocintlons of , through the portieres with oTtmp-iuS- : hand carelessly thrust Into a telling you Red went to tho opposite doorway pamphlet out if vou have kidney or pocket and to discharge the nlstol He broke the weapon open nnd snw Prices Reasonable for the years past those years which he to find low and softly cnllcd, "Oh. Bill!" bladder trouble. Mention this paper through the coat when dire emergency that all the chambers were loaded was endeavoring to forget Work Snapping it shut, he thrust it Into bis Avery, dressed In n roughly cut when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., thrcitens "Hello, Ited." ho finally addressed pocket nnd hurled tho now cringing Flanagan. "Como out from behind ready made suit of clothes nnd "Curse him!" he whispered to. Red. Avery from him to the floor. In much better health than ho did the curtain. The const U clear for "You fool! sneered Vnlentlno. "Get you. now did you know I wns hero?' on tho day he defied Detective Doyle something in place of Swamp-Roo- t if nare. and when Doyle goes Til boro up nnd be n mnn." Ited came forth. "Oh, leave It to and finished his term In Sing Sing, you do you willbe disappointed. him through tho mouth nnd Into his T The former prison mate of his con 1 me, Jimmy, to keep track of an old came slowly Into tho hotel parlor. W brain." ASPHALT -pal." ne held out his band, which "nello, Bill! You're taking a main entrance of the hotel. Red real"Serve him right!" hissed Red. "And queror stiffly regained his feet. kill him yet!" he "I'll kill hlm-- Pll Valentine listlessly shook. chance," greeted Vnlcntlne, "and you Ized that a casual passerby might be- - two chances for n slick getaway. No exclaimed to Red. who had followed Ited could not understand bis for aro, too. Red." tome suspicious of Avery's words guy can go on the square without go- him from behind the curtain. mcr companion's indifferent manner, "I had to see you," returned Avery. 6 hould they be overheard. Besides. In' crooked with his pals." Too bad you didn't get him.' "What's wrong?" he asked. "I hnvo Just been telling Rod" :lu Implacable Doyle was In town A grdwled Red disgustedly. "Nothing." "Sure, I heard you hand out that friend of bis. a "runner" for Doc Sla of Asphalt-Cement-we!CHAPTER VIII "Aw, cut It out. Somcthln's got you 'square' talk. I suppose you want mo tor's faro bank, had so Valentine, however, cut short their Informed Red knowing of tho serious talk by warning them of their loud guessln', nn' so don't try to kid me." to Join you In this 'going straight hat very morning that The released convict looked modi too. oh?" LITTLE a few yards wns forming tones. At his pronouncement that Red suddenly Issued a warning hiss ed Joint away behind they were both crazy Red reminded tatively at Ited. Then ho spokd. "I don't think tho crooked game Is 'Duck. Avery! Here comes Doyle!' thick velvet curtains. Val him nf what he had told him nbout did you ever 'do a bit?' " "Ited. , any good. And you aro getting old The two thieves, having no oppor "Suro-Joll- ct" I gave verbal and mental battle the detectives and their stool nleoons No Na for clever work." tunity to do better, hastily concealed entine "And you have been in one of those to the defective. Already he wns be"Think so. eh?" snarled Avery sus- heniselves behind the portieres "It wns a lie. to." put In "Avery Through Roof rotten holes and still think it's a good piciously. ginning to way of the 'I never stuck tha. old man up I'm Valentine, very much disturbed lrunsgresR-- r see thnt the game?" was hard not only while talking on tl.e love.." "He Isn't too old to bo nn 'outside mule an effort to calm himself. He A Continuous One-piec- e "You'vo weakened eh?" sneered man with us." put In Red. le wns In the legnl tolls, but also aft"1 knew Doyle was lying." answered seated himself beside a convenient taRoof with Everv Nail-hea- d Ited. we don't need any outside man ble. Ue picked up a magazine nnd er be became freo and supposedly In a n.'eutlno reassuringly, "it's a t Covered by Felt squnre." nny more. Ited." decided Vnlcntlne. ."I've turned began to peruse Its pges In sesuihigl" position to build a new life If he so game we're up against" "You're crazy." Avery glared Into the speaker's face. and Asphalt. desired. But Jimmy Valentine was Ited agreed with the speaker. "No; it's only the man who thinks So you're out now. nnd you're co- - unconcerned fashion. only at th? beginning of a knowledge NO Coal-Ta- r "Well, now, maybe you believe that "Hello, Jimmy!" ho can beat the law who's crazy," said lng to throw Ited nnd me out eh? Itli these word Detective George of the conditions and trials and set It ain't so easy to turn square. Listen, Valentino, AH this turning square talk I heard SOLD BY backs he must face, for so long us "You'd a won out if it hadn't been was a stall to get rid of me because Doyle entered the room. Garmented men make laws aud administer them Jimmy. Avery and me have got a Job In the latest cut of fashionable cloth worked out. We know every" twist for that Cotton, who blew on you be-- I am old, eh?" lng. pnnnmn hat and patent leather so long will the guilty und the Inno nnd turn of tho Joint I've prowled It cnuse you beat him out of a dame." "I don't have to stall you. Avery." We were going to use the ties with batwlng laces, he appeared cent ns well suffer and endure, some twice. The old thief leaned threateningly Valentine turned nnd clutched him times Justly und sometimes unjustly soup." He showed a bottle. "See. old by the arm. toward Valentine, shaking bis wither the dilettante, the man about town, This also Is a law of life. nitroglycerin, but ' heard you were rather than the tracker of desperate "You rat. don't you ever speak of ed fist as violently as the flabby mus Valentine went on to Insist that be her again or I'll murder you." He cles, sapped by years of prison air and men the man of leisure, every Inch didn't know where Avery was, hadn't going to be sprung, and we waited. You can grab that gopher tonight, and Cloverport, Ky. of him. un uninitiated observer would prison fare, would permit threw Red roughly away from him. seen him since his rplease from Sing you can bet with us "Now, get out of here and fon:t outside no one can "Like the l!" he cried, choking have pardonably Judged not only from Sing, was glad of It. didn't care get to you." In his wrath. you know me." "I'm old. that's your his attire, but also from his debonair, Any one descrlhln Red and Avery eyed him anxiously. "Good God. Jimmy!" exclaimed the Hope. Going to throw me for a rookie. blase manner expectantly. other, "I wouldn't say anything to eh? Well. I'll show you. When guys Doyle as the mnn who broke up tho Going Like Wild "I ve opened my last safe. Red." hurt your feelings. Why, I'd do any start stalling me I'll show them up. "Five Points" gang and tho "Whyo" was the calm rejoinder. thing for you; I'd a done your bit if I iTom now on I'm a copper, and I'll gang In Now York city would havo That's tlie way to describo the could have. Why, I'd go to h bo you're going to work. eh. 'Itb for show you up. Valentino. I'll get you. been laughed at for his folly, yet such demand for was his record. His work In scatter a copper nt your ueeis? ' snarled Red. you." too I'll get you good!" Red Flanagan had won a continent ing the troupes of election apd primary "I'm going to work, nnd I won't be Walter Wel'man's Great Book "Will you turn square with mo? n stool pigeon." That's all I want of you now. Let's wide reputation as a "smooth work day "floaters" and "repeaters" In some Ho was one of those nalnstak- - of the most disreputable districts was you and I start now nnd from this er. . "You're going to give up the game, n grnfl like you got you, with your" miuute on go square, If we starve In lng. conscientious burglars who fol- equally meritorious. Aud yet Doyle had his other side. "I'm done," the streets. Will you do that, Red?" lowed habitually the laudable pracOno critic calls It a "Fascinating Itcccrd "Well, what In heaven's name 1 got Valentine spoke In intense earnest- tice of looking after details. Ills em He was growing fond of the easy life of cIemilHc adventvre"; imitlier compares it to ' 'u swltt sailing ship, with Sciployers, among whom had been Jim that came trom having a staff of "stool ness. itH's n "woman!" ence at the helm und adventure In the "I hnvo met n decent girl. Red, the Ited hesitated. "One Job to get a my Valentine, "Chicago Whltey" and pigeons" to do his work for him foretop"; still another Faysthat "Itbrlst-lc- s with adventurunnd Is brin tul of other leaders In their profession, had kind I knew as a boy my sister's eagerJimmy Valentine turned his head stake and I'll go you." In aviation". Anyhow It Is a great In the past shown a flattering willing kind. It was she who got me out of ly. slightly to answer Doyle, who. ho seller as each day's orders show. ness to recommend him (not in their well knew, came on no errand that that hole nt Sing Sing, and I have Valentine appreciated the characterpromised myself' istic unwillingness of Red to leave his own handwriting, to ho sure) as a would benefit a released prisoner. AGENTS WANTED "You don't think 'she or her folks "How are you, Doyle?" ho replied lifelong vocation that of rifling strong thorough artist, an untiring student Send today your application for exclusive would stand for you, do you?" Indifferently. boxes and safes deemed by their man- and one who one day would probably terr tory, with 35c for 83 age agei t'lf pro"If I wns on tho level she Just spectus and tucceisful sell rg convuts. Doylos shifting, farseelug eyes, how ufacturers to be "Uro and burglar revolutionize the business of caring Deduct the 85c from your first remittance might" proof." True, the (lames were some- for other people's money. In a word, ever, caught tho nervous twitching of for 5 or more Icoks. AdCie&s "With a copper telling lies about times foiled by the thlckuesses of met-n- i Ited was thorough, which means a Valentine's fingers ns they ran over groat deal in his ljjjc,, you to her folks unless you delivered the edges of the magazine. und nsbestos, but rarely bad ited A. R. KELLER & CO. So. truo to his reputation. Red, fear me or Red?" Interpolated old Avery. 'You're perfectly Innocent now, rinuagMn been foiled by mere Inanl- "Jimmy, for God's sake don't go Marbrldge Bulldlnrj "taate metal or time locks rarely, in- ing complications because of tho pitch hear," went on Doyle, a sarcastic noto Broadway nnd 34th St., New York to which Avery had unconsciously against that straight girl game. It'll coming into his voice. deed, when nccompanled by No. 12SD. only break your heart, then what?' 'Perfectly." Valentine's volco was the man who, as Warden Handler tie- raised his voice, had stepped behind asked Red earnestly. the portieres to keep watch on tho as even as though conversing with his Ucrlbed him, opened safes solely by The released prisoner was thoughthort hallway that led to It This hall most Intimate friend. tho sense of touch, Valentine knew way ful a moment. opened out Into the main hall of So you told tho governor?" com the hold that the unlawful life' he, "I've thought It out," bo finally said. too, had followed Invariably secured the hotel, at the far end of which was mented the detective. "She'll bo back any minute, and I'm "Oh, yes!" on its votaries, and he was not sur going her way, boys. Yes, nnd if 1 "I've seen tho governor too." prised when Ited hesitated to leave It do there's a chance that I may win "He didn't havo much to do this for tho dubious rewards of "going her some day nnd bo able to tako her mornlug, did he?" humorously. straight" " to my old home nnd my father nnd 'MS. "Very pretty, Jimmy. Let me ask V--' "&o". answered Valentine; "uothlng mother, who hnveu't heard of me for you a question. Do you think I would for me but work from now on work, years. They didn't seem quite to un"THAT'S A LIE! TOO KNOW Ult 10. be your friend If 1 could?" Have your honest work, bard manunl labor ir mo wheu I was a lad, boys, where ho was and didn't purpose to derstand "Do you think so yourself?" necessary. I've quit tho old game for nor I them, but I can seo now that "Yes, If you were willing to ex- - care. Of all this bo was absolutely they meant all right by me. keeps, Ited." made I'vo chnngo tho ordinary courtesies be sure. Ited, plainly nonplused at this revo learned it all from this girl, though tween friends." Well," stated Doyle, "be held up a she's nlmost n completo stranger to lutionary change of heart in his for "Meaning exnetly what?" citizen Just three days after he got me" mcr "pal," stood speechless for a mo "Favors. Now, I'll do tho first one." out, and I want him." mem. Jimmy Vnlentlnc. tho best man Sm PsLsssBssssssm Valentine's volco began to wnver, Efo seated himself opposite tho "And I'm to tell you where ho is and he Inclined his faco to one side In tho country In bis line, had "turned ' ssssssHB mKsbsssssW ' and you will send him up for highway to hide tho evidences of tho emotion square." Merciful saints! Was the robbery?" questioned Vnlentlno. "Thank you," In gay mood. world comiug to an end? At last he that threatened to overwhelm him. "Tho mnn he stuck up may die." "Sarcasm won't win you anything To Red Flanagan and Bill Avery the recovered his ability to talk. with me, Jimmy. I said I'd do you a "And you expect me to hunt him up situation was n trying one, desperate He had an Inspiration thnt ho Indeed, favor." and deliver him .to you?" One of them was all too thought might win Valentine over. "What Is It?" Valentino began to "And you are going to. That's the young und inexperienced to execute might mnko him como to his senses. jSSiHIBHESBHrjjPjSB odd" part of It. And his visitor anxiously. delicate, nerve "What ubout tho coppers?" suggest HSJSJPHPSsvBB' Inspect detective paused momentarily nn eyewitness out of posslUly I'll make alone theJob of n sure, looting racking Bnfp 'lho "Inside" sortie, you." ed Red. "Aro you dippy enodgh to Then ho said deliberately "It would be odd If I sent Avery the other wns too old aud fecblo for think they'd let you turn square?" anything but a berth as "outside" you did Cloverport, Ky. "Yes. Why uotV" retorted Valentine at away for life. It would Indeed Sprlngtleld three years ago." "Then I'll slough you for that man. to detect Approaching danger and like a Hash. "What havo they got to Will be in Irvington.Ky., y Tho detectlvo leaned back In his Springfield Job." Doyle rose abruptly, glvo duo warning thereof. They abdo with honest men?" chair, luscrted his thumbs In tho arm"Then you may ns well do It now," solutely required tho partnership of Again did Red llnd causo to actually I, 2, 3 and Jimmy Valentine. holes of his waistcoat and gazed fixed- said the other defiantly. doubt the sanity of his Yet here was Valentine, as Avery ly at Jimmy Valentine. "No hurry. I've got a little work on for hero he was overlooking entirely Tho eyes of tho man addressed be- - the case yet, and I'll find you wheu I described blm In a reproachful whisLa his childish reasoning tho remorse came directed at the cover of the want you." Doyle's grin showed his per to Red: "Here he Is, crazy stuck less, dismal certainty that tho detec on n skirt, an' blm th' only man In magazine he still held, but only for teeth. sssB'-- : tives would forco him to "peach" on IsK '' isssssV ': an Instant Ho shot a defiant glare "I'm not going to run away." hla old pals or any ouo elso In tho unAmerica as can open a twelve bolt at Doyle. "Look hero, Valentine, this Avery safe by th sense o' touch. Ain't It derworld of whom ho could obtain in"I was never In Springfield lu my Isn't worth this, ne's as wrong as th' limit fer a genl-oo- s formation desired by tho police. In like blm to life," he said Indignantly. ever lived. He'll cross you or any one waste his talents an' go on the short, Valentino bad overlooked tho "Which Springfield?" asked Doyle else. I should think when a bum re-- square?" "stool pigeon game," the despair of slgnlflcantly. sorts to blackjacking an old man that Dr. Owen's Office, Main overy crook who had ever triod to "go Valentine faced bis friends of the "No Springfield." Heur; 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5Street would put him out of your class." p. a. past straight" "You dodge It nicely." "I don't know where be Is, I don't Cleverpert, Ky. "When did you see her the girl?" "Aw, don't kid yourself," "warned "I don't see how." know that he did blackjack anybody, queried. Red Flanagan of him. Bed. "The copper '11 let you be square ONS JOB TO OET A STAKE AMD I'VU GO "Now, which Springfield did I think asd I wouldn't know Mm if I saw "Right here today." Jimmy s TOO. If you're a stool pigeon, if you tip off you were going to say?" aha." Notice face brlgbteaed as be thought ot eld pals. No other way." a carriage entrance. At the opposite , "I have no Idea." Tbat's your spleJ, ehr bert. "Met her father tea ibe said "Absurd I How, for Instance, souJd side of the parlor was an exit "Good again. Well, I'll tell job," All prMM indebted to Mrs. "Thai's the truth." Valentine rose 44. Umj Vie aw?" to a dinks room, which In turn continued Doyle. "I meant as ttasgh to end the distasteful Cordrty will please eewe forward urf directly sext to tt ka4 B octCAhuc coatiautd ob pagOttves settle. A A JL A A A A A A A A A A A A A Steele? any-one- "Alias Over-Wo- rk. Weatherholt, 1 immy I ! I Notary Pcblic 111 I Valentine" . Fire and Plate' Fidelity Bonds t Glass Insurance t. Flann-Ban.- " $ft't -- d t,llnS-pcrlence- tracts other one-do- 1 Vnlen-conclude- d n. 11 First-cla- ss look-ln- g IDE-WEL- n - Full inches d- bus-ines- ..V cs ui-noi- ?! '.ft. Gregory. & Co., v. ? Lumber, Lime, Cement d-- . Tire V I wide-sprea- d The Aerial Age idu-catt- J he-sai- 1 1 - - t For The Boy Away from Home 'photograph , ; Beautiful and Artistic Work Brabandt Studio Feb-luar- - - I DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dentist 4 Valen-tine'- lead-ha- g "Alias Jimmy Valentine sb 'would back." "And you think she'll come?" sneered lied. "Why. we been hero n half Dir, una i("a n cincn uoyio tins reached her father." Valentino gave n sudden stnrt. Red . ,1 I .. - . ....... IHH II t. n o, ItlVTtllUIJ' IUJUIWIU Iti7 shot hnd tnken effect. bo I . I I 1IW TREATING EARTH THE ENGAGEMENT RING. ROADSWITH OIL LIFE IN IGELAND. Advice the Jeweler Gave the Young Man Who Was Investing. "Some of these Jewelers nro nn accommodating lot," rejunrked the young I went in mo man In tho light suit. other day to buy a diamond ring. I told him ft was. " 'An engagement ring?' ho asked me Louisville, Henderson H7 ixiiy & St N6 Ar Louis Ry. H2 Dal ly 12 5pm 7 40 pm 111 112 TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 H5 Dally 0 ii pm "Doylol" Rasped the rclonsed convict. "I wonder If lie" "You enn bet on It." put In Arcry. "A little sympathy, Jimmy, Hint's all," sngRestiHl lied. "Hhe Just came to cheer you on the right path. Ain't you on?" "Don't say that. lied, pon't you say Farmhouses Aro Built of Turf and Often Have Earthen Floors. Tho guest room In tlurlcclnnd farmhouse contained n narrow bbd, a big round table and nn organ made In nrnttleboro. Vt. Our host produced the usual box of snuff and with It n box of good cigars. Tho host and hostess then showed us nil over the house. It Is a turf structure and Is typical of tho older farmhouses, with narrow, dark, s Methods Which Will Give Fah Results, PREPARATION Same "'For a lady?' the clerk asked mo. J 43 l)lly 4 HI s 40 mil fSXXl (9 14 STATIONS H8 Dilly 40 pm Lv . ...STItAWIIKltltV MKDOIIA I.OUlAVIl.l.li .. .. Dully 15 hid t0 42 (0 30 Dl ly J 30 1 f's 10 01 further. OF SUBGRADE. tbflt." play," went on Avery. Valentine moved "It's n cinch Doyle has queered the angrily at the speaker. "It wasn't n'plfty, Avery. I'M strangle you If you speak that way ngnln." Red was again scornful and said: "Oh, rot! They're playing you. and you don't see It. And for being spoken nice to you're going to blow the softest graft' a man over had." "I 'know what I'm doing," Insisted Valentine, who began waking nervously up and down the floor. "Yes, you do. If you had a cbnnco I'd stick, and you know It. don't youV" "1 don't know anything about It." Avery, catching it significant glance from Ilcd, continued the shrewd at- - from room to room. One passageway lends to a largo open mound where a fire Is made to snioko meat and fish and Incidentally tho whole house and everything In It. Another passage lends to another kitchen with a modern stove. Tho walls nro all of turf, as Is the roof, with Just enough driftwood In tho roof to mnko n framework to hold It In plncc. Very steep stairs lend up to the bndstofa, or sleeping apartment. The badstofn frequently forms tho sitting and common workroom of the family, especially In winter, as well as tho sleeping room of tho entire household. Bunks built Into tho wnll extend around the room nnd nro often filled with seaweed or feathers, over which Is thrown a fold or two of wndmal masse corridors winding In laby-rlnthln- n Care Should Be Taken With This as With a Macadcm Road The Greater Part of Work Can Be Done With a Traction Machine In Preparing the Road For Treatment. The oiled earth road is still In Its experimental stage, and It will have to bo given considerably more study beforo it can bo expected to give uniformly good results under nil the varied con dltlons of soil and tho available oils. Different methods of construction hnvo been followed In different states, but there seems to be only one practical " 'Yes, I told him, getting a little hit peeved, 'but I don't see what business It is of yours whnt I Intend to do with tho ring after I've paid for It out of my own private fupds.' "'Don't bo offended,' says tho clerk In a conciliatory tone. 'I wns Just going to suggest that If it was simply a present, with no engagement going with It, you go In for size rnthcr than for quality, nnd when the girl comes In to Inquire about Its value we'll lie S."0 or $75 worth for you. Hut If It's an engagement ring I would ndvlso you to get the best quality you can find, even If It docs mean n smaller stone. Just as a matter of sentiment you'll want to know that It Is right, and then If you ever get In hard luck you can pawn tho good ring for two thirds of Its vnlue.' " Clovclnnd Plain Denier. (3 II f5 17 & oi" "1 23 nitjiioPt' .rfATIIUVS. .. ..KOOIt ... . riTHB...... .. . f!2 13 fj 13 31 t. 3T 15 43 5 52 b SO fl H 11) 9 21 t 23 19 30 10 34 ( 40 H 49 t0 56 flO 03 10 13 10 (10 27 WEST POINT HOWAIMI, . MtANIlKMlCltU. 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CONWAY MATTINOLY... -- MAOEO U 8 20 9 12 US (4 17 (4 04 f3 24 35 im 8 35 8 40 49 53 57 03 10 10 9 13 19 24 9 42 10 13 59 (3 40 . . 3 50 (3 35" "'3 45" (8 23" (3 10 (3 10 f'r'27" f7 31 17 Chlldron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S rrs3 .7 35 40 7 4(1 13 13 13 19 19 19 M2 27 CASTOR! LAPLAND A - 7 5S 8 (fi 8 2o 30 1 55 40 urn 1 1 05 3") ... 1 7 40pm STANL.Y NEWMAN HEED HEALS SI'OTTSVILLE... MASKETT . IIENDEUSOK ... EVANSVILLE... ST. LOUIS OIIIITITH ... "8 55 ZZZ'Z (8:iT (a 37 (3 23 (0 25 (0 21 (0 It 0 13 0 34 (3 lo 3 00 2 35 9 00 (3 01 (7 59 7 50 7 52 7 39 pm (3 07 0 03 2 55 5 55pm 2 30 3 34 am (3 II BABIES. Tho floors aro sometimes covered with boards, but more often consist of damp earth. From the celling are suspended numerous nrtlcles of domestic economy, while largo chests containing and n thick coverlet of eiderdown. clothing nnd valuables are scattered throughout tho house. Springfield Republican. You are probably aware that pneumonia always results from a cold, but you never beard of a cold resulting In pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. Why take the riek when this remedy may be bfid lor a trifle. For sale by all dealers. HE WRESTED THE WEAPON FH011 AVERT tempt to cause Valentino to loso faith "Did tho girl wear pink roses," ho said excitedly, "and was the guy with her gray haired and carried a gold beaded cane?" "Yes." In Rose Lane. "When you was talking to Doyle here and wo was planted there" he Indicated tho portieres "I saw them pass hero going toward tho depot" Valentine stopped short In his nervHe glared In astonishous pacing. ment at tho old thief, who stood ut one side of the room gripping tho rim of a slouch hat. one that could be pulled down over the eyes, to partially conceal the face when the wearer was In a public place. "They wcnt to the station." Valentine gasped. "Then they are not-coming Red saw the Impression Avery's words had made on his former pal. He saw that possibly very little would now bo needed to cause No. 1289 to return to tho old ways with tho old friends. "Surest thing you know. Jimmy," ho announced. "I saw them too. Sho had on a sulmmery dress with pink flowers in her bonnet, and she looked perfectly happy, too. like she was glad to get away from this town." to to" Asphalt Roads tn Massachusetts. It is tho expectation of the Massachusetts highway commission to extend tho utie of asphalt compounds for the comlnf; season In Its roadmaklug. Tho generjl opinion of Its engineers last year in the season progressed was that the aiphalt products wero more reliable and gave better results than tho tor products; also that It appeared that tho usphalt would wear for a greater length of time. As a result of Its experiments tho commission treated many miles of macadam surface, which was badly worn, by filling all ruts, holes And depressions with a mixture of asphalt, oil and gravel or a sharp sand or stone nnd stone screenings, tho road being- evened up and brought as nearly as possible to a uniform smoorh surface. Then tho rond to a was coated with from half gallon of hot asphalt oil to the square yard. The oil was laid ou as evenly as possible over tho surface, being sprejUl with a broom where It was then Immediately covered with snud. gravel or screenings spread evenly over tho road surface in sufficient quantities to absorb all of tho oil. If oil appeared it was covered from time to time, so that no oil should cowo In contact with passlug one-fourt- For Their First Few Months They Live In Wicker Daskets. Little Laplanders spend the first few months of their existence In baskets of wlckcnvork provided at tho top with n conical framework too "lose for tho baby to fall through iiud yet giving the Infant plenty of light and air. Before commencing her work for the lay the Lapp mother places her child In tho basket nnd hangs It on the limb being off some nenrby tree, occupation found for the little one by stringing toys under a cord passed across the top of the basket. Thus provided tho child spends tho entire dny In the open and yet at the same time is guarded from the troubles nnd dangers of outdoor child life "f" Stops on Signal. Where no time shown trains no not stop. Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chir cars between Louisville and St, Louis, Pullman Local sleepor between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. I4I will stop nt stations west pf Clovarport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport. No. 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to discharsenassencers west of Cloverport. from Hartford Line West Bound Second Class No. 9 No. 7 Between Irvlngton nnd Fordsvllle First Class No. I East Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 First Class IS STATIONS No. 112 Mixed Daly Frels't Dally ex-Su- n IJally exrSun .sll 3 111 Pass, Dally n Pass. Sund'j Only 10 00am Dally ux-Su- n Frelg't Dally ex-Sa- t. h uec-cssnr- y. vehicles A 'zy liver leads to chronic dyspep sia and constipation weakens the whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c per box) correct the liver, tone the stomach and cure constipaticn. 1 THE DRINK CALLED COFFEE. TolbeTContinued "I Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, of Liberty Center, Ind., ''that I began to take Car-dfor it has cured me, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, I was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer ui, and weigh 125 lbs." CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, nox- ious, mineral drugs, that sink into your system. like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardui is purely vege- table and contains no minerals, or poisonous dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any poesi- ble harmful effect Try it Hero Is the Way They Made It In the Seventeenth Century. There nre In existence In Great Britain a few copies of an ancient cookbook, published In 1C02, that glve3 what Is perhaps the first English rcc lpe for coffee. Tho reclpo reads: "To make tho drink that la now much used, called coffee. "Tho coffco berries aro to bo bought at any Druggist, about seven shillings tho pound. Take what quantity you please, and over a charcoal fire, In an old frying pan, keep them always stir ring until they bo qulto black, and when you crack one with your teeth that it Is black within as it Is without, yet if you exceed, then do you waste tho Oyl. and If less, then will it not de liver Its Oyl, and if you should con-- . tlnuo flro till it bo whlto It will then mako no coffee, but only glvo you Its salt Beat nnd forco through a lawn sieve. d "Tako clear water and boll of It away, and it Is fit for use. Tako ono quart of this prepared water, put In it ono ounco of your prepared cor feo and boll It gently ono hour, nnd It Is lit for your uso; drink of n Pint as hot as you can sip It. It doth abate tho fury and sharpness of tho Acrimony, which Is the gender of ono-thlrone-quart- er other countries. The basket Idea curiously parallels UHrilEPAliED EARTH I10AIJ tho Indian Idea of strapping tho paCourtesy dood Roads, Now York. poose into a canylng case, but the method of construction which Is giving Lapp baby has the advantage over Its fairly uniform results. This method la Indian follow In that lis limbs are un- onfinod and a certain amount of libas follows: A shoulder furrow is plowed on each erty of movement Is afforded. sldo of tho center of tho roadway, The child U carried from plnce to making the width to bo treated from lai'O In the same basket, the cord by sixteen to eighteen feet, and tho looso vhlch It V :ilt:ich d Id a sne being earth graded outside of this width un Inns over 1''" o Vv. less tho crown of tho road Is too steep, In which case it should be plowed and When her child 13 In danger a women this material thrown out to the sides. will risk her lite to protect it. No preat Plowing only tho shoulders renders It easy to shape tho subgrado with a act of heroism or risk of life is necessary to protect a child from croup. Give crown of about one inch to the foot. The grade of oil to bo used Is much Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and nil more important than tho kind of soil. danger is avoided. For sale by all Light oils and those having n paraffin dealers. base are little better than so much water. The oil should be one having Trees and Wind. nn asphalt base of at least 85 per cent. Tho effect of wind upon trees is It should bo free from paraffin nnd all Even the presence or ablighter oil. The oil should bo applied powerful. forests may be determined sence of to tho road at a temperature of not by tho character of the prevailing less than 230 degrees F., nnd an oil wind or the conditions that modify it. asphalt will Tho wind acts as a drying agent, givcontaining 85 per cent of ing n special aspect to many plants. When it Is nlmost nlwnys from the samo quarter tho plants show greater development upn one side. Trees are smaller on tho windward edges of forests, nnd trunks nnd branches nre deformations bent to leeward.. . Tho . t. 1.. are most inarueu near me sua 01 hi plum, wal flat regions. Tho cherry, nut, black poplar, ash nnd certniu nines nro very sensitive to tho wind. int mountain nines nnd certain firs offer irreat powers of resistance, and these nre recommended for reforesting wind swept lauds. lu 45um (0 55 G 09 (7 20 8 15am 8 30 3 55 9 9 0 10 10 10 10 fll lllOim u 40 ...jiasi:m si'illAU. UARKIELU IIAKNED KIISIC ( b 51 s 9 3S . 10 10am 9 20 4 ( 9 35 S s7 31 s7 41 2a 3) fO 53 13 25 43 53 00 10 20 30 Sll 49 511 51 50 (7 57 bS 10 SS 19 ...HAKDINSiiUItU sl20lpn JUNCTION' fI2 OS JUNOl'ION . (8 21 (8 30 (3 (3 sS 8 31 42 49 53pm 11 11 11 11 11 3.3 11 50 am 15 512 27 M2 3J (12 40 (12 45 (12 50 (12 10 s 1 00 fl2 McQUADY ... .GLEN DEAN.... S DEMI'STEK ... 9 .... HOCKVALE .... r VANZANT .... ( ( ASIflNS ( OAKS ELLS11TCII ... S ' s 22 s 9 IT s 9 11 ( 9 03 ( S 50 8 45 8 30 S t ( s S 8 ( ( s s ( ( ( f 33 27 24 13 15itn 8 8 3 8 S "3 30 Ar. EAHL'GTON Lv 5 45 " 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 b 7 7 7 7 7 12 0J 53 40 39 30 23 10 0.". s2 f2 s 8 t 15am 15 3 s ( f s S 00 8 51 f 1 17 ( 1 13 50 45 t 1 03 35 8 1 00 30am 12 50pm 52 37 2 30 2 15 2 05 1 55 1 47 1 35 1 23 1 23 ICom 10 50 10 3) 10 15 11 10 10 10 01 9 51 U 43 9 34 9 31 9 9 23 9 15 9 10 9 05 UOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Rouh. Clas 27 Passenger Dally UOUND EAST Sc(:onJ Clusi 7. 'rs' Clan 25 Passenger Dally BExC,ept TIMETABLE ?'hIs Tlmo Tuhlo went Into etroot Sunday, June 19. 1910, First Clas. 24 Class Klit Cias" Mixed Monday. at 11:59 pm 26 Passenger Passenger Dally Except Sunday 8 35 3 15 32 Mixed lo,,l,?a.y' indW? Only 1 1 JT" m m I) lly STATIONS . . Except Sunday 12 12 Xtfft&J only 2 03 23 p m 12 3il u 43 p m 12 5(1 p 810am 9 00 a m .FALL DE.ll'STEH 3 Of HOUGH.. a mj am 35 15 pm pm 143pm pm Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 'i If you do you may liud just what you need in this department. Jf you aro interest ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner's name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once tolling us what you want and where you want it and lot us introduce you to the man who has the very property yOM are looking for. Wo recommend tho following properties as being 'productive and fair in price. Do You Want to Sell your farm or business? yo To feel strong, have good appetite ana want cash for your property, send price and description at once digestion, sleep souudlv and enjoy life, and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. use Burdock Blood Bitters, the great This department is conducted solely for tho purposo of enabling system tonic and builder. buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to mako quick sales ell KAItTII 1IOAD UACniNli the Diseases called Cronlcal." His Way of Getting Even. "You know that follow, Jim McGro arty, tho lad that's always coniin' up an thumpln' yo on th' chest and yclllu' 'How acr yo? " "I know him." I "111 bet he's smashed twlnty cigars for me some o thlnvclear Ilavanuys but. I'll get even with him now." "How will ye do it?" "I'll tell ye. Jlia always bits me over the vest pocket where I carry me, cigars. He'll hit me there Just once more. There's no elgar In me vest pocket this morula. iMtead of It there's a stick of dynamite, d'ye ailnd" Cleveland Plata Dealer. Courtesy Good Itoads, New York. have to bo heated beforo It can bo taken from tho car. After applying tho first courso of oil sufficient earth should bo graded on to absorb the oil. On a two and a half gallon treatment to tho square yard four Inches of looso earth should bo graded In nnd then bo thoroughly sopked with water nnd tho tamping process begun. As soon as tho tamping roller begins to ralso to tho surfaco a disk hnrrow with the blades set ut an augle should be employed to stir and help mix tho oil with tho earth. g Tho greater part of tho work of tho road for treatment can be ilono with n tractlou cuglne nnd n rond machine. The earth cnu bo drawn back either by a road mnchlno or n road levelcr, tho latter being much tnoro rapid and leaving tho road In almost n perfect cross section. Tho oil should bo hauled In n distributing wagou built for that purposo which holds about COO to 800 gallons, and It will requlro two teams. Ono to two teams: will bo necessary on tho disk hnrrow and two teams on tho tamping roller. The work of grading tho earth ou tho oil should follow closely the lacing of tho oil to prevent it cooling and aselst In the mixing. pro-parin- "Why didn't your boy enter college?" "lie couldn't pass the examination." "Do they hnve to pass an examlna tlou? I thought all a college boy need ed was some fuuuy clothes." Pitts burg Post. Pillows I never realized till three years ago why Dobson was always Doulsters What nroachiuir patience. mndo vou realize It then? Pillows 1 lent him $10. Now York Globe. tho sun His Motive. Somewhat Surprised. Jno. north ot CQtrn 07 acres, 3K milestho Hrandenburj; lnsburs, uear D. Babbage. Encouragement after censuro Is as after n shower. floethe. HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE The Great Toilet Germicide? You don't liavo to pay 50c or $1.00 W llard-SiJing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and sldo room; good stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant houses, watured, plontv o( timber (or rteuty o( good timber (or (arm purposes; road. Well Improvements. Double Lot: house, small good land to clear, t'rlco 2,000 H cash. stable. Goud rich laud, flue (or Hjrley tobacco. Terms easy, Eor further Intormu. SALE A (arm containing 250 acres an4 tlou irrltoJno. D. lUbbago, Cloverport, Ky. FOR under fence. A nice cottage c( n 15 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar wlta u store room over It, two gooJ stock barnst C-140 acres, 2 miles (rom Guston. house; about 500 apple and pOjOVIW 3 miles (rom Irvlncton; well one tenant poars, quinces and apricots; peach most trees, ulso watered: lays woll ; Rood young orchard; good all kinds of small (rults, Including a nlca timber ; on rural route ; school bouse (o w yards vlnyard of choicest grapes; 200 acres cloirod, (rou house: Improvements; Kood (our room balance tn woods. 115 acres In grass; sovarl Uwolllnif with kitchen ou back porch: two groves ot black locust sutllclont for posts to good barns; barn and tenent house and cis- wire tho whole (arm In. It Uos uear Elrron tern back In tho field; meat and hen house; onL. II. & St. L. K. It. price Is (5,000 oc wood shod; will sellou easy payments; plenty long and easy payments. ofsuittll (rult. Further particulars address u arugguu Jno. D. ItubbaRO, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE A splondld stand rorsurrounded uhyslclanln a good town by good, prosperous (armors. This Is just physician to step (our Oflfl For 100 acresmiles mllesjwest ot thniilimn for bouiu youug good drug business. (rom branch into a good practice and a Glendeane, 3 wants retire railroad ; all (resh laud; 100 acres In cultiva- An old established physician (urthortopartiction; 50 acres In grass; will produce the best is tho reason (or selling. For corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; ulars address JNO. D. IIAIIHAOE, Cloverplenty lastlug water, well at door ot dwell port. Ky. ? -- 3(( 4),vuu or per oxide. You can moke 10 pints of a more cleansing, germicidal, healing and deodor lzlng antiseptic solution with ono 25a Vox of l'axtlne, a solublo antlseptla powder, obtainable at any drug store. Pastlne destroys germs tliat cause disease, decay and odors, that Is why It Is the best mouth wash and gargle, and why It purities the breath, cleanses and preserves tuo teem natter man orumary dentifrices, and in spongo bathing It com pletely eradicates perspiration and other disagreeable body odors. Every dainty woman appreciate? this and Its many other toilet and hyglenio uss. Paxtlne Is splendid for sore throat. InSamed eyes and to purify mouth and breath after smoking, you can get l'axThre Is very little danger of using tlne Toilet Antlseptlo at any drug store. too much water. The wetter the ma- price Stic and 60c, or by mall postpaid Co., Paxton from terials are the mere thoroughly the oil Ma if., The will sendToilet a free Boton, you eample who earth mi be mlxeL and If you, would, like to try It before buying, pint for llstorlan antiseptics Tho only show them and koop after tho person until you got tho monoy in your pookot-boolIt's tho samo wav with everything olso you havo to talk about it boforo yoflFcan soli it and tho best way to bo heard is through tho homo paper. Put an ad. in the want column at lc a word, an ad. in tho locals at lOo u lino and you will soli that old stovo, that baby buggy or gasoline This can bo dono through your tried to HAVE you over soli thomsoli to talk about them, is way you can c. old clothes? on-gin- o. THE BRECKENRIDGE 'NEWS IRVINGTON. t Continued from page one a great number of those In the rank and file of the party have fallowed this leadership, and have declared that they, too, would not vote for- - a Cath ollc. Muttcrlngs Louder. "At first the mutterlnos were half concealed. But, during the last thirty days, they have, with encouragement from high places, become bolder and louder. Upon my return to Kentucky from Washington Thursday night I had reports from my friends In many parts of the State that there are, in all probability, enough of these misguided religious bigots to defeat me in November if I should be nominated. Notwithstanding the obstacles that are now in my way, I confidently believe I would receive tne greatest number of votes in the primary, If counted as oast, should I continue In the race, yet I am too loyal a party man too good a Democrat to further ask my party fcr this nomination if it carried with it the possibility that I would lose any ent of Schools. That position in Nelvote of consequence which another son county is now held by a Baptist, Domoc'rat could get In the final elec- and I am surety on his official bond. Brandenburg. STEPHENSPORT Depositions were last week taken in tion Therefore, I now say that I will They also say that we Catholics want "Sir. and Mrs. Durmand Wroe and two important laud suits: V. H. not further be a candidate for the to get control of the army and navy. nWlrlrpn vtsltnri friends in GuStOtl last Rev. Shepherd, of Louisville, who Lynch vs. Burdette, Mullen, etc., and Democratic nomination for Governor. Since I have been a membnrof Con week. "I feel, however, that the Demo- gress I have appointed two cadets to has accepted the call nt the Baptist W. H...Lynch vs. Beavin, etc. Mercer P. E. Hardaway was in the city church, preached two very interesting & Mercer are nt'tomeys for Lynch, and crats of Kentucky will hear me when the Naval School at Annapolis and two Thursday on a business trip. Murray & Murroy for Mullen, etc. I recall to their minds that this nation, to the Army School at West Point. In sermons Sunday. Mrs. P. E. Dempster and boys, of Judge Moorman was in Louisville now the most powerful on earth, has due course of time all four of these Mrs, M. L. Robeits has returned from grown to bo such upon the foundation young men will be officers two in the Glen Dean, after spending a week as several days last week. Mrs. Foster Louisville. laid 235 years ago, when the one over navy aud two in the army. All four of the guests of her mother, If the best is not too good for you Mrs. G. W. Payne was the guest of shadowing principle was 'Liberty of them are Lyons, has returned home. Eighteen Dowell, near Union Lewisport Best flour is the flour you conscience. For this principle the States of the Union are, according to sold out his entire her brother, Will C. A. Penick has ought to use. Sold by J. H. Gardne.r Star, last week. fathers of the Catholics of today shed tne last census, more than half Cath stock of machinery, blacksmith shop Mrs. John Adair spent Saturday and their blood and fought shoulder to olic. Only one of these has a Catholic ana scales to James Witt and Miller Tobacco Tidings Possession Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. N. shoulder with the fathers of the Frank, of Hardinsburg. Governor. Without the Catholic vote of today, many of whom are there could be no Democratic party in will be taken about the first of March. Msop, at Owensboro. Tice Hendrick, of Hardinsburg, de- now saying that the Catholic may pay Kentucky capable of making a contest Mrs, Lizzie Pauluson is the guest of Mr. Penick expects to engage in the livered I2OO pounds of Burley here and taxes and bear the other burdens of with the Republicans. Only one Concontracting business again and will be her daughter at Owensboro, glad to give estimates on any kind of Miss Bettie Allen visited in Clover- - got 11 cents a pound for the whole government; that he may go to war in gressional district In Kentucky which crop. They buyer said this is the best defense of the Stars and Slripes, but Is now represented by a building. port larl week. Democratic that has been delivered here. Last that he shall not share in tho honors Congressman, could send a Democrat Miss Mary Alexander returned SunYandell Sargent left last week for year Mr. Hendrick got 12 cents and and emoluments of the country which to Congress without the Catholic vote. day from Louisville where she has been Owensboro. ' year before last 14 cents a pound for he has helped to build aud which, upon There are in Kentucky sixty-fiv- e Miss Mary Alexander. visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Dieckuuin has been sick his tobacco. He has been raising to- all occasions, he has helped to defend. thousand Caihollc voters; fifty thousand' Best stock Northern White Seed Oats. for several days. bacco thirty years, and is only thirty-si- x "Onlj a few weeks ago a prominent of these are Democrats; they are anxsend Irvington Hardware and Come or Hollis Druard is the name of Mr. and years old. member of the School Board of Louis ious to redeem Kentucky this fall from Implement Co. Mrs. Stanley Connor's baby boy in ville said publicly, in the Seelbach Republican misrule, notwithstanding Brounlit Tobacco Here The marriage of Miss Ine McCoy and stead of Horace Drurv. D. L. Shaw tind Chas. Macey, of Hotel, that he would not vote for a the fact that those who care but little BewleyvUle, Mr. Finis Claycomb, of Mr. Powers and family, of Holt, have Lodiburg delivered their tobacco here Catholic. That man has been put in whether the State be Democratic or was solemnized In Louisville Thursday moved to town. Friday. They shipped their crops down position where he can employ teachers Republican demand that a Catholic afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at ths res! Lige Brown and family have moved to in hogsheads on the train as the roads who may impart that disrupting spirit shall not be Governor. dence of Rev. A. S. Shelley. Mr. and were impassable. Messrs. Shaw and to the youth of our land. We hear none to house the country. Plea For Convention. Mrs. Wavcomb have Will Gardner, of Chenault, passed Maceyare both well known tobacco upon every side that the Catholics want keeping on the Bailey farm near town, I, out of loyalty to the Democratic union of church and state. I feel that ami are at home to their friends and through town Monday en route to growers. I can answer for every American Cath- party, now relieve the partyof that Irvington. J. W.Knott, of Hardinsburg, sold 7 relatives. olic that we want no such thing that anegea menace. Eu- If the bast is not too good for you or 8 thousand pounds ot tobacco here we would "Now, let the governing authority James Younger and daughter, take up arms, if it were dora. soent Sunday in the city us tue .Lewisport Best flour is the flour you Saturday. He got 9, 9 and 5 cents a necessary, to prevent the accomplish- of the party in the State, which is pound for his crop. give us a ticket which will guests cf Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McGk th ought to use. ment of any such condition, even if an Beard Bros., of Hardinsburg, finish- element "of Catholics were to under not bo opposed by either the religious lau. " ed delivering all of their crop last week. take bigot or by the Catholic who may re Mrs. Allie Claycomb and childrer, it. They had between 5O and 00 thousand time in Oweu- after .spending some "It is true that the Catholic church sent unjust discrimination. FOR FLETCHER'S pounds of the weed. "Gentlemen of the Democratic Exboro, came up Thursday for a few dajs in the United States furnished twice ecutive Committee: Call off tho privisit before leaving for Louisville. as many soldiers during the late Birthday Party war to set Cuba free mary In which the people are fully Best stock Northern White Seed Oat'. from a Catholic ruler as did any other warranted In having no confidence; orCome or send Irvincton Hardware and HARDINSBURG der an convention, where the religious denominatlan. Implement Co. YewollT. Holder entertained a numDemocrats of the State can meet, conber of his boy friends last Tuesday Can intelligent men and women any Catholics as Patriots. sult one another, discuss candidates Mrs. Huse Frymire. of Frymire, was evening at the home of his longer believe in the old fashioned doc"The ignorant are made to believe and give us a ticket against which Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bohler on trine of hell? Does the Bible teach nrv here Thursday on her way home from neither the bigot nor the Catholic can such doctrine? If vou ate in doubt Mook, where bhe had visited her sister. Fourth street, to a birthday party in that the Pone tells the Catholics how complain, and let us all help to elect it. to fight in times of war and how to vote honor of his fifteenth anniversary. about such questions as these, hear the Mrs. Wade Pile, "1 have now done what hardly any during times of peace, and that CathDelightful refreshments were served Mrs. Judith DeJarnette and Mrs. E. Rev. diaries R. Shepard at the Baptist obey. If this were true all the dther man would do under similar circhurch on Sunday evening, February B. English, of Owensboro, are guests of anu an enjoyable time was had by all. olics cumstances. This sacrifice of my own Uhose present were: 12. He will preach on "What the Mrs. Marvin Beard. Earl and Hud Catholics would have been upon one side or the other during the Civil War ambition is made for the good of the son Bohler, Marcus and Joseph Miller, Bible Teaches About Future PunishMrs. E. C. went to Louis 1861-6The soldier party whichhas been good to me and Homer and Murriel Morrison, Willie of ment." ville Friday for a few days. who wore the blue will bear testimony which I love, and through which, in wroe, Addis Kramer, Jlmmie Fitch, Hubert Piggott spent two days of The Epworth League will give an to the fact that his Catholic comrade the nation, relief must come to the oplast week in Louisville on a business entertainment on the evening of Feb- Byron Whitehead, Eldred Babbaire. fought as bravely as did he For myself, I will support the e pressed. to Elmer Hofllous, J. P. Ditzenbatch. trip. ruary 22. nominee of the party, whoever he may the union, while the Sterrett Ashby, Geo. Thompson has sold his See Dr. Walker for your dental work. soldier who wore the gray will bear be; and I sincerely trust that all Cathto Lum Davis, of HardinsDurg. witness that his Catholic comrade olic Democrats in the State will do Mrs. Jjizzie McGary and daughters, William Glen Out Possession was taken at once. Respectfully, faced shot and shell with as little con- likewise. Mamie aud Ottie, arrived last week "BEN JOHNSON," Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Jolly were the from Washington, Ind., where they cern as did he in defense of the South. Not until Sunday sines Christmas has No man in Kentucky is freer from the hosts of an informal party given Thurs- had spent the winter. been William Glen Hardaway been able charge that I a Catholic over, anyIf the best is not too good for you day evening at their home on High Mrs. Milton Coke has returned to to leave his home. His leg which was where, anyway, discriminated In the Lewisport Btst flour Is the flour you street in honor of Mrs. Geo. Clinton. Somerset, after a visit of two mouths to broken is almost well again and he at least against any man because of his ought to use. Their guests included tho following: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B ard. Misses Eva and Mabel McGIothlan, tended Sunday School of which he is a religion. In the Fourth Congressional The $574 sheep claims and appraisers faithful member. Jessie Brady, Nellie Smith and Claire very day Subscribe district last fall, when I was a candi Jolly; Messrs. Crayton Claycomb, Lewis O'Brien, Robert Lyons, Harvey Ilrt, IIerohel Kirk, Jasper Head, Poindex'er Galloway, Harvey Coniff and Mr. Wolf, school-housnfti-mnn- ti -. s. Mrs. S. P. Cooko has returned to Smiths Grove, Ky., after n visit to Rev, ami Mrs R. F. Adair. Go to W. N. Holt for regular meals Hot and cold lunches at all hours. ' Mrs. Geo. Clinton, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Jolly returned to Cheuault last Saturday- Miss (jtissie O'Hrien, of Louisville spent the week end with her brother Lewis O'Hrien. at the home of Mrs Nora Hoard. Best stock Northern White Seed Oats. Come or send IrvinKton Hardware and Implement Co. H. P. Hart has returned from n few days visit to relatives at Baskett, Ky. The demonstration of the manure spreader held here on last Saturday was a success The farmers are very much pleased with the ma chine, and it is thought that there will be a number distributed over the county before long. The Irvlngton Hardware and Implement Co. are agents for this spreader, and the same was purchased from the International Harvester Co., renresented by Mr. J II. Bondurant, of with her son la Little Rock, Ark., for fees wns received by the County Cleik the past four months, arrived Saturday Inst week. Those to who it Is due tuny to be the truest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L call at any time for their checks. C. L. Brard made a business trip to Chamberlain. Harry Bell left last week for Owensboro Thursday. Mrs. Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Beard were in Frankfort where she is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E, Kagin. Cloverport several uays last weeK me B. S. Wilson &Son shipped a carload guests of Dr. and Mrs. Forest Light of very fine cattle averaging 1,200 f)Ot. pounds each from this point to St. Dennie Sheeran shlppsd two car. Louis on "last Friday. These cattle loads of cattle Saturday. were considered the best bunch ever Jess B, Stinnett is visiting here from shipped from this county. Mhcco to which place he moved five If the best is not too good for you years ago. Lewisport Best flour is the flour you Win. Hall, the jalier, has with him ought to use. three prisoners. F. M. Powell and daughter, Miss The soothing spray of Ely's Liquid Cream Balm, used in an ntomizer, is an Martha Lou, of Glen Dean, were in unspeakable relief to sufferers from town shopping Saturday. Carl' OJrter, of BewleyvUle, entered Catarrh. Some of them describe it as a Godsend, and no wonder. The thicK, school here last week. foul discharge is dislodged and the II. J, Roberts was in Pordsville last patient breathes freely, perhaps for the week. first time in weeks. Liquid Cream Balm Miss Tula Daniel nrrlves this week contains all the healing, purifying ele- from St. Louis, where she has spent ments of the solid form, and It never the winter. falls to satisfy. Sold by all druggists Rev, E. B. English on his way home for 75c, including spraying tube, or fromlthica, N. Y., stopped over here mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, Saturday and remained until Tuesday, New York. when he nnd Mrs. English returned to Owensboro, date for Congress, thousands of circulars were distributed to Injure me; but there the people knew that I accorded to every man that full measure of liberty to worship a Supreme Being that l claimed for myself; and the people of that district resented that attack upon me and gave me the larg-a- tt majority ever given In that district. All Creeds Aided. "For more than thirty years I have eiven'not a tenth, but a fourth, of every dollar I have made during that time toward the erection of and churches, and that without regard to creed. I have naver yet thrust donations of this kind upon anybody, but have given only when I was asked. "It Is said by some people that we Catholics seek control of the legislative bodies and of the schools. I live in a county more than half Catholic. In the history of the county there have been but two Catholic members of the Legislature from that county myself and Sylvester Johnson. During the existence of the common school law of tho State the Catholic county of Nelson has never had a Catholic Superintend es BIG REDUCTION IN DRY GOODS Boots Shoes Notions Groceries Canned Goods New Stock Laces, Em- broideries and Linens this week Highest Price for Produce J. M. HOWARD Glen Dean, :: 3U T0BINSP0RT. Rev. Farmer, of Cloverpdrt.held serat the Gilead Baptist church Sunday morning. The chlirh hasn't any pastor now, Rev. Jones hiving resignvices ed. Quite a number attended the' sale at Holt Thursday. Jas. Wincbeli took'sev-era- l up there in the gasoline launch, Clara B. Mr. Merrltt and family moved into J. S. England's property this week. They came from Kentucky. Mrs."J, S. England'has returned to Evnnsville after visiting here for several weeks. Wesley Steele, of Cloverport, attend-echurch here Sunday. John D, Cockrell, of Franklin, Ind., is here visiting relatives. Walter Dyer spent Sunday here with d home folks. Profs. S. B. Groom and Frank Sanders attended the spelling contest at Liberty school house Saturday. Miss Beatrice Payne visited Miss Sue Newton in Cloverport Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dell Winchell left Saturday for Evansville to visit relatives for a few days. Wm. Kinder, Sr., has moved into the Leaf property on Main street, which he has recently bought. Mrs. Conrad Simons who has been sick in able to be out again. If the best is not too good Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use. Gteliciren Gry CASTORIA Spanish-Am- erican old-ti- grand-parent- s, CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of non-Catho- lic pre-eerv- Haswell Sought Again John P. Haswell, Jr., well known attorney and a former newspaper man may become candidate for the Republican nomination for State Auditor at tho coming election; it is needless to say that he will get the nomination If he wants it. non-Cathol- ic meat-sho- p this Advertising is the note of success. Key- - i r 4. ot Louisville. Mrs. G. L. Brady and daughter, Miss Josie Brady, will go to Louisville this week for a visit to her daughter, Mrs Tony McCoy. A surprise birthday party was given Miss Ruth Marshall on Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. G. T. Marshall la honor of her birthday. Those present were: Misses Mildred Chit-woo- 1 d, Nora Ashcraft, Louise Netherton, Virginia Bandy, Katherine Wimp, Mary Heron, Virginia Head, Gedry Bramlette, Ila Payne and Alton Mui shall. Mrs. L. B. Moremen, after a stay of a few days in Brandenburg with rela tives, returned home Friday. Miss Fannie Hardaway has returned from a ten days visit to relatives and friends in Owensboro and Cloverport. 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