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The Breckenridge news: March 15, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911031501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 15, 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 MRS.. ZACK HARDIN SUDDENLY After Little Mary Christiana Hamman Celebrates. A very pleasant time was that onjoy-e- d by the little friends of Mary Christiana Hamman at a party given by her mother, Mrs. Chas. Hamman, Saturday afternoon in honor of the little CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, HARCH 15, TWO STATES NEWS GLEANINGS HARDINSBURG I u fI 8 Pavje Tiithii. ii No. 36 rr itI Week's Illness-Rema- ins Brought To Cloverport From Holt For Funeral Services And Interment Sunday Afternoon. A N Secretary THIRTY-SEVE- YEARS OLD. Miss Sarah Deane Moorman was the guest of Miss Alsey Miller Saturday and bunuay. Allie Alexander was at home at Cus ter three days last week, returning Monday to his work in school here. Royal Baking Powder helps housewife Marshall Tucker of the High Plains produce nelghbornood, near Big Spring, has home, quickly and economically, entered school here. fine cake, 15,000 and had deposits amounting biscuit, puddings, For Dental work see Dr. Walker. more than $50,000. It hi not believed frosted cake, crisp cookies, crullers, A spirited and, highly enjoyed debat that the depositors will lose anything crusts and muffins, fresh, clean, and The bank was examined recently by th I'riday afternoon between the girls nnd the boys at the school literary exercises ready-mad- e State Bank Examiner. wholesome, which food resulted in the girls getting the decision WILL PAY OUT. found shop comdoes that the sewing machine is a greater Owensboro, Ky., March 9. John F pare. Royal is of hake-da- y helps. invention than the binder is. s Adair, cashier of the Bank At a meeting of the Directors of the ROYAL COOK BOOK 800 RECEIPTS FREE at Stephensport, Breckenridge county which was closed by the Secretary of Breckenridge Fair Association, P. M. her death. Send Name and Address. Mrs. Hardin leaves her husband and State following an examination by an Beard was elected President for the en inspector, said that in his opinion the suing year; John D. Shaw, of the three children, Lucile, Virgil and Mar Resolutions of Respect Farmers Bank was chosen Secretary. is attending school in bank would pay dollar for dollar nnd ion. Miss Lucile thoroughly solvent. When asked what The date for this year's fair has been Louisville and the other children are at Mrs, Whereas, God in his good and wise caused the failure of the bank.he stated set for August 2S, 29, 30, 31, and every tbe home of their CARTER'S LANDING was the sister of Miss providence has seen fit to call home to that the State Bank Inspector was the effort will be put forth to make the fair She McGavock. L Lucy McGavock, Leon, Marion, Gor her final resting place our much belov- primary cause, saying he had been very the best county fair in the state. ur. j. ed sister, Mrs. Lizzie Green Robertson, critical in his inspection, causing the Kincneioe pertormed an don, John and Abe S. McGavock. An Old Tim Barn Raising-"AiOTHER POLITICAL PLUM The body was brought to the home of wife of C. S. Robertson. Whereas we stockholders and directors to become operation last week upon the eyes of He declared Loyd Haycraft's little daughter. Mrs. Emma Skillman Saturday evening the members of the Black Lick Baptist afraid of the institution. Greenwood, Eighty-Threand Woman's that the bank had never failed to meet Rev. Willett went to Owensboro Sat and the funeral was held in her resi Church, Sunday-schoo- l , Yeas Old, Workes Every dence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Missionary Union, hold in sacred re an obligation. The greater portion of uiuuj iu r..n-i- i t. : . preucning appoint luimi ins services were conducted by the membrance thlsdear sister. Therefore depositors are farmers in Brecenridge ment. The Day-M- rs. Gare ill's county. Rev. H. E. Jarboe, pastor of the Holt be it resolved. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust 12th Child Nam place in First; Thatby her death herhusband church. The interment took Company has been made assignee for has lost his faithful and affectionate the Cloverport cemetery. the Two States Bank of Stephensport ed Susan CeBeautiful flowers covered the grave companion; her children, a loving mo M. H. Beard was in Stepensport Friday cilia Among those from a distance who at ther, and the church a most devoted and Saturday. On Friday he found it were: Thos. Flood, member. tended the funeral necessary to secure from Louisville an James Johnson had a barn raising second; mat we deeply mourn our Takes Place At West View-M- iss Chas. Reidel, Mr. and Mrs. Dutschke, expert accountant to straighten out the ast Monday week, and had forty-threMr. Shellman and Mr. and Mrs. Her loss and humbly bow to the will of Him complicated poorly kept books. and Henninger and Mr. Norton, who doeth all things for the good of Neighbors are always ready bert Beard, Jess Miller juss L,une Hottman, otruaskett, was hands. Mr. to help those who love Him. Johnson. They know when Miss Frank and Mr. the guest of her sister.' Mrs. H. E, Third; That while we deeply sympa they go to dinner, Aunt Sara's table Driskell, a few days last week. WILL ADMINISTER SERUM will be ladened with everything food Henninger Wed. thise with the husband and children, Dr. Lex was in Louisville Sunday. to eat. TO FINE HOGS we say to them, mourn not for our loss Supt. Driskell is mailing out the cen is her eternal gain, and if we put our Mr. and Mrs. Seth Knott have moved At seven o'clock Wednesday evening, sus blanks which the trustees of trust in our Savior as she ask her fam the :.r. WW.iiz, is X.r. J:hn:on's. Mrs. Prof. E. B. Goode, of the Agricul ily to do in her will use in enumerating last hour of earthly life March 8, Dr. Shepherd, of Hardinstural Experiment Station at Lexington, we shall meet her where parting is no burg, in the new M. .E. church at West the number of school children for the Knott's father Greenwood Bros, are preparing for Ky., arrived this morning to adminls more. Oh for the excellency of that View, pronounced one wedding cere- ensuing year. The census returns must large crop of tobacco mony which united the lives of two all be in by April 15. ter serum to sixty fine Duroc Jersey inward knowledge! Frank Greenwood, Sr., is eighty- to Maxie R. Walters, One of the contracting hogs belonging Fourth; That a copy of this be sent couples. For near town. The serum which makes to the Western Recorder and to our couples was Miss Mattie Henninger and call on the celebrated South Bend Watch three years old and works every day. T. C. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie White have the swine Immune to cholera, was ship county papers and also to her bereav- Mr. Marshall Norton; the other was John P. Hitswoll. Jr. Everett Meador has gone to Mattoon, moved on the Reynolds farm, owned Michigan and the Miss Allie Frank, daughter of Mr. and pad here direct from ed family. Mrs. J. T. Jones, Mrs. J. Etown Mrs. M. O. Frank, and Mr. R. W. III., where he has accepted a position 03- Mr. Rube Hawkius. amount received cost $100. He gets what over he goes for does M. Craig, R. S. Weller and T. H. Moorwith a railroad company. Mrs. White was the guest of Mrs. John P. Haswell, of Hardinsburg, who Henninger. News. man. Miss Ida B. Marr was the guest of R. S. Carter Thursday. She has two was recently appointed Assistant UnitMr. Norton, a well known teacher, ed States District Attorney and will has lately engaged in merchandising at Mrs. Heber Roberts a few days last Interesting little girls, Ruby aud 'The Van Dusvan." Successful Sale. qualify and assume the duties of of the West View. His bride is the daughter week, before going to Louisville where Mrs. Nanute Beavin and daughter, oflice April 1st. Under this arrangeAlexander's White Sale was the most of Mrs. Isabel Henninger. The other she enters a business school. A pretty little yatch swung into this successful enterprise ever made in Carl Meador left Monday for Alexis, Margarite.was the guest of Mrs. White ment Horace Jolly, who has been Judge the groom, Mr. R. W. Henninger, is a port Monday morning. It belonged to mercantile busiuess at Irviugtou. It is brother of Mrs. Norton. George DuRellc's assistant for the last III., after several months spent at his Saturday week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Dusvan, of James TInius and R. S. Carter have four years, will remain in oflice until The popular young people begin old home. being followed by a good, steady trade, Pittsburgh, who were acco'mpan'ed by which is due to the new and complete their wedded lives with the happiest moved the drift racks from the river after the March term of the Federal Ben Wilson who has been living with road their daughter, Miss Dorothy, and their line of wash materials and other spring wishes of numerous friends throughout between Carter's and Mattingly's Court which convenes next Monday. jailer Hall, left last week for Compton, son, Charles Van Dusvan, Jr. They June Carter will work for Mr. Mike the county, all being well known. goods. Illinois, where he will reside. left home in January to attend the Popham this spring and summer. Safe, Sound, Conservative. Marriage licenses; R. W. Henning Mardi Gras, but their trip down the June Carter has purchased a lot from er, of West View, and Allie Frank, of his brother, John la Cloverport. river was so pleasantly lazy they did The Farmers Bank, of Hardinsburg, Roff; Marshall Norton and Mattie not reach New Orleans in time. They Born to the wife of Mr. Joe Garrett, one of- our substantial and reliable Henninger, both of West View. every conveniecce and all the luxhad girl, Susan Cecilia. Mrs. Garrett is The object of If the best is not too good for you the mother of twelve children, ten of banking institutions are appealing to uries of a house-boaBY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT the public for business in this issue. their outing was for the health of the Lewisport Best flour is the flour you which are living at home. They are safe, sound and conservative who has much improved ought to use. Sold by J. H. Gardner. is the matter with old Brecken What jsdaughter, alMiss Mary Lewis, of Owensboro, has ed the following guests to dinner Sunsince their departure trom norae. ridge that she can not retain her young and money deposited with them will ways be available. returned home after a visit to Dr. L. day: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reynolds, men? Six have left this neighborhood. B. Moremen and Mrs. Moremen. Joe Mulhattan is still doing business of Marshall Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Henry at Carter's Landing. MR. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brady have re Yoager, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mullen and DEBATE Nobe Sahlie will crop with Ray Pate turned from Louisville as the guests of Mrs. Mullen, of Cloverport. this year on the Elder farm. Mrs. Tony McCoy. Mrs. Allle Claycomb, who has been I know Olllc is glad to get back to Dies At The Age Of Eighty-On- e Dies After Lingering Illness At Miss Willa Drury will leave next ill, is convalescent. Saturday Night At Hites Run her childhood home. Sue Carter, Mrs. Bettie Dowell has returned from week for Louisville to visit Miss B. Ada Years-Fune- ral Held SunHis Home In Stephensport the best is not too good for you If School House-H- ot Discuss Cloverport and is with Mr. and Mrs. Drury. Lewlsport Best Flour is the Hour you day Morning-Lea- ves -- Funeral Held YesterJno. Galloway. The Improvement League will meet ion Between The Boys ought to use. Lee Dowell, of Louisville, was the with Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan on ThursTwo Daughters day Afternoon Anticipated. day afternoon at 2 o'clock, All the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook Buys a Fine Stallion ladles are urged to be present. As the News goes to press, word has Misses Eva and Mabel' McGlothlan Mrs. Elizabeth Chapln died Friday Saturday night at Hites Run School Miss Eva Carrigau, of Guston, was Mr. Sam D. Hlnkle, of Shelbyvllle, been received of the death of George the guest of Mrs. S. P. Parks last leave today for Louisville. from the infirmatlves of old age. She Ky., has sold to C. H. Drury, of Irving-to- House, Chas. Askins and Albert Orum McCubms, of Stephensport, who has Ky., the three year old stallion, have challenged Simon and Scott Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Hollls Neaftts are re- was the mother of seven children all been in ill health for the last three daugh ceiving congratulations over the arrival ved to be grown, but only two daught Arlington Dare No. 3I33. This is one mart, Forrest Beavin and Auburn Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hook and ' years. ers, Mrs, John i, oregory and Mrs. of the best young stallions ever brod Wheatley to debate on "Which has or of another little girl in their home. Mr. McCublns was past sixty years ter, Mary Franklin, willleave this week OUIe Pate survive lier. She was a u old Shelby county, and we predict will cause the most evil, pride and Miss Stith left Saturday for Quincy, of age and had been in the mercantile for Hardinsburg. member of the Methodist church forty for him a great future not only as a ambition, or ignorance and superstiDr. Mather delivered a very fine 111., to visit her brother. business at Stephensport many years. years. show horse but as a sire of show horses tion." A large crowd is expected to be O. S. Lawrence, of Corydon, visited He leaves a wife and two daughters, lecture at the Irvington college on The funeral was conducted Sunday present. Farmers Home Journal. Mrs. H. B. Head last week. Mrs. L. D. Fox, Mrs. Godfrey Haswell Tuesday evening. morning by Rev. Frank Lewis and the swvd one son, Brown McCublns, Little Miss Mabel Wroe visited Miss Dr. and Mrs. P. E, Dempster and interment took place in the Cloverport Mrs. Frakes' Sad Condition. Goes To Hickman. The funeral was held yesterday Erie Smith in Guston Sunday. children, of Glendeane, were week end cemetery. Mrs. Carrie I'rakes was adjudged iu- afternoon and conducted by Key, Jas. guests of Mr, and Mrs. Foster Lyons, Miss Carrie Head, of Evaasvllle, eaue iu Judge Waggoner's court Monewisport, ha4 Lewis, of the Fordsvlile D. P. Labovitz, of Baptist spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Go to W. N. Holt for regular meats. day. She is the widow of the late John church. gone to Hickman, Ky., to establish a Ernest Galloway. Hot and cold lunches at all hours. JUomory U the host asset & I'rakes, of Irviugtou. His horrible death, it is said, is the cause of tbe Gents Furnishing Store. He k one of Mrs. T. R. Blaad has returned from If the best Is not too good for you railroad man can po4SG9 W. state of her mind. Her friends are sad Hancock county's meet progressive If the beet ;is sot too good for you Lewlsport Best flour is U flour you over Mrs, Flakes' trouble, uud ittcrely young business men, eawgetk, acurate Ltwisport BKT flour hi tbe flour you Louisville. K. Hensley. hop site will recover, She was taken , S. McAfee entertain Mr. ajwlMrs. ought to use. ought to use. and geoial. to uakelaim yesterday, . , Mrs. Z. T. Hardin, one of the best loved women of Holt and tr' c tu. answered the final call e. day morning at her home at Holt. Mis-- . Hardin's death was most unexpected, as she had been ill of pneumonia only a week. She was the daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Skillman McGavock, wife of the late John H. McGavock, and was bornattheold McGavock homestead I near Cloverport, June 26, 1873. The news of Mrs. 'Hardin's demise caused general regret in Cloverport, for she had always come back here nearly every month since her marriage about She joined the fifteen vears ago. Methodist church of this city when J school girl and removed her member ship to the Holt church, of which she was an active member at the time of The invited guests were: Lida May English, Louella Farmer, Cissell Simons, Lillian Polk, Jencle Wills, Jane Lightfoot, Helen Kingsbury, Emily Reid,Eleanora Reid, Mary Pate, Lena May, Elsie May, Louise Weatherholt, Cecil Jolly, Eva Jolly, Vera Jolly, Dessie Brown, Kathleen Squires, Isabella Burn, Mary Gibson, Chlora May Seaton, Mary Over 0?'n. Mjrthi PM. Al're On lu li.it.l-- . Li.lk i,...i.,U' di'.k.i. ilailliiluu una iUury Hamman. Mrs. Hamman was assisted in enter taining the children by Mrs. Jane Gib son, Mrs. Benton E.ibank and Miss Bessie Mitchell. A general cood time. music and games were enjoyed by those present. Mr. Brabandt took a picture of the happy group. Delightful re freshments were served and then followed the inspection of the many sweet little gifts presented to Mary Christiana. The little folks will long remember the joyous occasion and when the seven little cardies were blown out, there were many wishes for many, many happy returns of the day, each as happy as that one. I 4 daughter's seventh birthday. State Proceeds P. M. Beard Elected President Against Stephensport Bank. Of The Breckenridge County of Loan Too Much Money. Had Deposits Amounting To More Than $50,000. INSTITUTION MIGHT PAY OUT , Fair Association-La- st Four Days In August Are Dates Set For The Show. MARRIAGE LICENSES OV4 L Makes Home Baking Easy at the hot to anJ tasty layer the ISSUED. -un no Marcn ui.cKktl excessive loans the Two-State- s Bank, of Stepheusport, was ordered to close its doors and go into liquidation by Dr. Ben L. Bruner, Sec retary of State. Tne order to close was contained in a telegram sent to the officers of the bank yesterday by Dr, Bruner. The bank was capitalized M-,ci-iiu-i iTinn'in, ( tasty not Two-State- with the at the or grocery the greatest grand-mothe- r, r. e . e .. sub-distri- Re-gen- a. IRVINGT0N NEWS DEPARTMENT - t. HNS 1SJHAPIN Sat-da- y. n, o DR. H. J. BOONE C. W. BOtfLER MARION WEATHERttOLT J. W. PATE Permanent Dr. Owen's Onicc, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. tn.J Dentist NEW Clovcrporl, Ky. Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving iuoru Cfohlo Lit ui j uiuuiu I y Stephensport, Ky. New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. Concreting, Pile Driving Rock Work V M flnnn fnr flm Dunlin Hoar I UUDII IUI IMS UUIIU I1CUI the Depot, X j ifi ft If you have tiny riding or un villi: w uu, ui n juu uui j Feed of any kind. furnish you. vc "can A Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anylhing in our line. Estimates on Application I 3 We will handle Ice also, n I Your patronage will bo appreciated. Cloverport Ten Years Ago March Artificial Rose Making. 13 j u, 5j THOS. W. SMITH, I'roprieior. iStephensport, Ky. DINNER Don't throw away your bits even small bits of silk and velvet, but savu them for ranking tho very fashionable jfi flowers which ornament neckwear hats and frocks. jj You have no Idea what charming little floral specimens you can evolve. WITHOUT MEAT. When you have rheumatism in your foot or instep, app'y Chamberlain's Linf. rinsed thoroughly, covered with wnter ment and you will get quick relief. It and stewed tender with a large onion costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For nnd carrot, both chopped coarsely, a cupful of stalk celery cut One and a sale by all dealers. red pepper cut In pieces. When the Household Hints. beans were soft the'y were seasoned Very with salt and black pepper and the washinglittle wnter should be used In oilcloth, as some of It will dumplings were dropped In. For tho seep through to the cloth beneath nnd dumplings sift two cupfuls of flour a couple of tablespoonfula of rot It Use a tlaii'iul cloth well wrung with baking powder nnd mix with half a out nnd wipe the floor until clean Wipe the will aid greatly. cupful of milk. Drop tho batter by Salsoda white spots caused by spilling any hot spoonfuls Into tho hot stew, cover liquid on the oilcloth with a few drops closely and boll for twelve minutes of spirits of camphor. without raising the cover. Turn tho To sweep u hold a dust stew into the middle of a deep platter pan under eachstair carpetbrush with a step and and arrange the dumplings around the whisk broom. edge. Freshly spilled Ink on carpets may be removed by tnklng up ns much ns If you have trouble in getting rid of possible with a spoon, then pouring on your cold you may know that you are cold water repeatedly, tnklng It up not treating it property. There is no re- with a spoon. Lay a cloth around the ason why a cold should hang on for spot so It will not spread. Then npply weeks and it will not if you take Cham. a weak solution of oxalic ucld. spongberlaiuVCough Remedy. For sale by ing this up quickly, nud If tho color Is altered apply nmuionln wnter nil dealejs. Black lace niny be sponged with green tea uud wound around a bottle to dry. Bo careful not to place it near NOTICE a fire, as It will mnko tho laco look Please do not ask vs to publish card rusty. To remove wlno stains sprinklo tho of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free spot when tho wine Is spilled with salt and you will 0ml that tho stain will Notice wash out quickly; otherwise spread tho spots over u bowl nud pour on All persons indebted to Mrs. Jas boiling water with force. Cordrey will please come forward and Butcher's Bill Has Something to Do With It A dinner without meat, especially In tho winter time, Is less of a surprise to meat eaters than It used to be vegetarian families Only avowed whoso names were written boldly In tho Vegetarian society's records would onco have submitted to such a bill of fare. Possibly the family doctor who in season nud out has preached "less meat" for some years Is as responsible as any ono person for tho change lu diet. Possibly the ascending butcher's bills have had something to do with it Whatever tho cause, less meat Is eaten now than over before In the memory of persons who aro living or of their immediate ancestors. But a vegetarian diet In a house where a variety of appetizing food is demand ed does not decrease tho cost of living. To have variety without meat a well sot table means vegetables out of season and quantities of nuts an J fruits that come high. At a dinner served by a young housewife of advanced Ideas the other evening tho bill of faro Included bean stew with dumplings, mock turkey mashed potatoes, squash, lettuce salad with toasted cheese crackers, orange sherbet and coffee. For the stew the common white dry beans used for baking had been soaked the previous night and the next morning parboiled In water with a little soda and then Ascending A rilETTT 8P11AV 01' M0S9 ROSE BUDS. piece of pink satin rolled tightly and Incased In a calyx of green silk or velvet will materialize iiito a lovely rosebud. A bunch of these buds hung front narrow ribbons nre smart, to trim a r blouse or to place ninong folds of the lingerie Jabot All kinds of flowers are made at home by the skillful worker who tries her nrt on the white kid butterflies that so modlshly trim big black velvet hats this winter. A bias Commissioner's Sale JohuW. Sickelsmith, of Greensboro, Pa., lias three children, nnd lik;e innsl children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough med- Breckenriaec Circuit Court, Kentucky. Executrix, Plaintiff icine," he saya but hnve never found It. L Newsora's Against 3313 yet that did them as much good as W. A. l'lne U Company, Defendant ) tiny Chamberlain's Couah Remedy. " For By virtue of a Judgment and Orderof Sale of Breckinridge CircuitCourt' rensale by all dealeis. dered at February Term thereof, 1911, in the above cause for the sale of the herein after described real estate, and T. COLEMAN DU PONT MAKES all costs herein, I shall proceed to oiTor e door in $1,000,000 GOOD ROAD OFFER for sale In the Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 37 day Proposes Highway 103 Miles Long and of March, 1911. at one o'clock p m , or thereabout (being County Court day;, a Hundred Feet Wide. upon a credit of six months, the follow A cerIng described property, or parcel of land lying and T. Coleman du Pont of Wllmlngtorv. tain trackHreckinrldge county, Kentucbeing in Del., has offered to advance $1,000,000 ky; bounded and described as follows conto the stntc of Delaware for the Begining at a stone, the S. E. struction of a modern highway the en- Corner of subdivision number 9; thence tire length of the commonwealth. The East 182 poles to a stone; thence North 47 j West 0114 poles to a white oak; distance Is 103 miles. to a Mr. du Pont wants the road to bo thence North U West 80 100 feet In width, but his advisers stone near the short line Victoria Railthence South havo urged him to mako tho width road, Oglesby's corner; stone; thence poles to a ?7 West 117 sixty or eighty feet either poles to theplace of beginSouth 97 Tho matter Is tho greatest that has ing containing 9O acres more or less ever developed In this state in con- - and kt.own as lot number 9 in the track of land conveyed by J. H. Barrett to R. L. Newsom. A road right on the West side of said track is reserved, whore road now runs "from Cloverport to Tar Springs. Tho purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment, lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepairtd to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls Commissioner. 1 AUCTIONEER Tho right man in tho right place. If you nro going to have an auction sale let ino 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 110 pay. 15 year experience. Call or write mo at my expense. Court-Hous- to-wi- t: t. COL. H. Irvington, Ky. HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL at lowess market prices, also J. GORSUCH, For any pain from top to toe, from any cause, apply Dr. Thorna' Electic oil. Pain can't stay where it is used. " English Clay Pipes. The clay pipe, which Is vanishing from the Fleet street chophouse, was tho only variety smoked in this country until quite recent times. The clay plpo mndo Its nppearance In England In the later years of the sixteenth cen- Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, Bran and Brick. At the Depot . . Hardinsburg, Ky. H - . i tf Cf T. COLEMAN DU PONT. It means nectlon with good roads. that tho legislature will not be compelled to authorize the issuanco of bonds for the purpose. Mr. du Pont, It Is stated, will agreo to bo reimbursed by having tho difference in taxation between the existing assessment of fnnu lands and tho assessment that tho improvement will create turned over to hlra. Ho figures ho will bo repaid In a few years. Mr. du Pont Is a cousin of United States Senator du Pont of Delnwaro nnd was formerly Republican stato chairman. tury. Writing about n century later, a French author remarks that tho English "invented tho pipes of baked clay which nro now used everywhere." "Broseley, In Staffordshire, has been famous for Its pipes nnd clay from tho days of Elizabeth." writes W. A. Penn in "Tho Soverano Ilerb." "Now all tho clay of which white pipes nro manufactured comes from Nowton Abbot and Klngstelgnton, in Devonshire. It Is sent to nil parts of England nnd tho world in rough lumps about tho size of quartern loaves, pounds weighing somo twenty-eigh- t each." London Spectator. RURAL TELEPHONES Aft & jf "RnvmAt nro irrm infnrncnd 9 T cr noli nn flir manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Far mors Line" rate. CUMBERLAND I ft TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY settle. Get Ready for Spring-Advert- ise Orange Fritters. Florida oranges, which aro Just coming into season, aro tho best for orango fritters. Tho following rulo is recommended by a high cullnnry authority: FOR FLETCHER'S Peel the oranges and cut them in thin slices. Divide each slice In half, dip it into a fritter batter and fry in smoking hot fat After frying and draining Couldn't Tell. dip each fritter In powdered sugar. "Has your pocket over been picked?" For tho batter put a cupful of flour "Iteally, don't ktiow. It uover was into n bowl, mix with it tho yolk of a beforo I got married. If It has been raw egg, a level tenspoonful of salt, a slnco I. of course, would havo no way tablespoonful of salad oil and enough of finding out about it." Chicago water to mako a batter that will not run. Just beforo using tho batter beat tho whlto of an egg to a stiff froth and mix it lightly with the batter. Gtallcfrn Cry H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER CASTORI A 1 4 KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man Miouia Have a Bank Account 'our nion03' s Sliev m thoibank than anywhere olso. Paying your bills by check is tho simplest nnd most convenient method. Your cheok becomes a voucher for the debt it paye. It given you n better standing with business men. TfMoney in tho bank strengthens your credit. TA bank account teaches, helps and encourages you to savo. This bank does all tho IfYour bank book is n record of your business. BeCaUSe About Glassware. When you wash your pretty glass pieces next tlmo try dropping a few drops of bluing to tho soapsuds. Then wash your pieces in the ordinary man nor. Yoa will like the way they will spar kle, and bow clear the glassware will look from this simple yet most ofTec We Print tlve treatment! Dyspepsia is America's curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia evety time. It urlvos out impurities, tones the stomach, restores perfect dl gesMou, normal weight, and good heal th. If thebttt Is not top good for yon Lewisport Bet flour k the flour you ought to UM. book-keepin- g. Letter heads, Note Heads Envelopes, Shipping Tags, ScJe, Bills, Picnic Bills, Etc., Etc. EXAMINED DEC. 7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank, wo extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Anvthirtr tn wii v Safl fill j mturuwmx a,?rXan. umm imejr win fmj juu 1 PREVENTION OF DUST ON ROADS Permanent Treatment of Public Highways With Tar. Louisville, Kentucky. J.BACOHaspNS INCORPORATED Louisville, Kentucky. YoVir New PRINCIPAL MATERIAL USED, If Work It Properly Doha a Tarred Road After Being Opened For" Traffio a Short While Takes an Appearance Closely Resembling Asphalt It Is Waterproof and Duttless. Spring Suit, Dress Coet Skirt or Wadst Silk Dresses SALE PRICE Although the problem of dust prevention on public highways Is by uo means n now one, its Jtnportnnco has boon greatly nccontuatcd by the comparatively recent Introduction of tho automobile, says tho Scientific American. Tho dust raising tendency of tho latter is duo to tho destructive shearing action of tho tires of tho driving wheels and tho intenso suction and eddying producing effect of tho car body in passing swiftly over surfaces wnicu nave neeu already loosened up bv tiro notion. In thn ilnvo nt ihn horso drawn vehicle tho iron shoos of tho horso and the tires had n tendency to consolidate rather than loosen up tho surfaco of a well mado macadam road, and the comparatively small amount of dust which gathered could bo sufficiently laid by one or two daily trips of tho watering cart. Tho advent of tho automobile, howovcrj has probjetu greatly, and Jt has become" TIecessafy not mercTy to 2nd n more efficient means for laying tho dust, but to provide also a method of road construction which will moro firmly bind the road material together and enable it to stand up under tho extremo conditions which the automobile has imposed. The most valuablo quality in any dust preventive is Its ability to hold together tho finely divided material which is produced on or near tho surfaco of the road. The value of any oil, asphalt, emulsion or what not lies at tho last analysis iu its "binding power," and this quality in any dust preventive is proportionate to the amount of bituminous base which it. contains. Tho principal material used In tho permanent treatment of roads with tar Can now be bought here in any style, size or fabri- cand the Prices are Lowest. Silk Dresses SALE PRICE Spring Suits SALE PRICE Spring Suits SALE PRICE $5.00 Bkck Taffeta Silk Dresses, in one of tho newest spring styles. The front is handsomely embroidered and latest stylo kimono sleeves; sizes 34 to 42. Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. hraid-trirnmed: $10.00 Taffeta and in a pleasing $10.00 Women's Tailored Suits of Serges, in plain colors and hairline stripes; the coats satin-linetho skirts in tho new straight-gore- d effects; sizes 34. to 44. ALL-WOOL $14.95 & t spring styles, with wide bands and llounccs in contrasting colors. ncwe-- stripes; made up in the Second Floor variet' of chocks ana lessalinc Silk Dresses, J. Bacon & Sons. Second Floor J. Bacon Sons. Women's Tailored Suits, in tho latest spring styles mado of lino fabrics in plain colors and fane weaves; coats lined with satin or peau do cygne. Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. all-wo- ol $1.50 Waists 98c Spring Coats SALE PRICE Dress Skirts SALE PRICE Girls' Coats SALE PRICE Lingorio and Lawn Waists, handsomely trimmed with fine laces and medallions; tailored waists with laundered collars and cuffs and in plaited and embroidered front stylos; Middy Blouses, in white and color combinations. All stylishly fashioned and correctly mado of good wash fabrics; $1.50 98c values Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. $7.50 Woman's and Misses' new Spring coverts and fancy Coats, in h weavo cloths, in both short and models; many sample garments in tho lot that are exceptional bar-- ' gains. Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. full-longt- $4.98 Chiffon Panama, Voile and Novelty Fabric Dress Skirts, in a variety of new styles and in every length and waist measure for small, medium and extra largo figures. Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. $2.98 Handsome Spring Coats for girls from G to 14 years of ago; made up in plain colors, fancy mixtures and shepherd checks and in neatly trimmed styles. Second Floor J. Bacon & Sons. Mail Orders filled the same day they are received. Samples means and In. Is for Samples of - time New Write Burlap and Leather. Very attractive book covers, table mats, etc., are made of cut leather over burlap. It Is difficult to describe tho real beauty of these. Of course the design Is cut out tn the leather, which Is suede by preference, and the burlap is then stitched to it. Sometimes small metal beads, like tiny nails, give the effect of old hammered work. Instead of leather, velvet may be used for the lighter articles. Some lovely color combinations nro obtain ed, such as green and biscuit color, royal blue and black, lavender and dark purple, brown and terra cottn.' gray and bronze. It Is very easy work tlio serum cr whey. As David when too young to carry arms was able to run to the camp Mme. du Cayla Played Peculiar Role j with ten cheeses, ten loaves and an For Louis XVIII. itinAnAj ollhnll if I ill f.lmjl rnwi There have been snuffboxes of gold must have been very small. tf1 studded with Jewel.", of delicately " carved tortoise shell, filigree sliver, Marvels of the Telephone. i huui-bl- o porcelain, ivory, mother-of-pear- l, The Electrical Review thus describes horn, wood and tin, but there Is the minute current required Jn only one living snuffbox on record, transmitting speech: "Tho peculiar electric telephone curand that was the particular luxury of rent Is perhaps tho quickest, feeblest Louis XVItl. of France. "Ills majesty's snuffbox," as she and most elusive force In tho world. was known throughout Europe, was It is so unitizing a thing that any deMine, du Cayla, a fascinating favor- scription of It seems Irrntionnl. It Is ite at tho Bourbon court. Her plnco at as gentle ns the touch of a baby suntable was always at tho monarch's beam and as swift as the lightning left hand, nnd when during the course Hash. It Is so small that the electric of the meal he signified his desire for current of a single Incandescent lamp a pinch of brown powder to titillate i is greater !00.000.00O times. Cool n his fat noso she took a diamond crust- j spoonful of hot water Just ono degree ed box from her iockct, dusted just and the eneigy set free by the cooling tho right quantity of perfumed snuff will operate a telephone for 10,000 on her snowy right shoulder and pre- years. Catch the falling teardrop o( sented It to the king, who partook of a child and there will bo sutllclent water power to carry a spoken mesIt with profound pleasure. As Louis vas tho greatest snuff sage from one city to another. Such Is taker at n court where everybody the tiny geuie of tho wire that had to snuffed constantlr. Jlme. du Cayla's be protected and trained into position was no sinecure, hut tho human snuffbox was well paid for InTho News by Windmill. dulging the king In his little fad. ITo In certain parts of Holland births. presented lirr with a copy of 's Illustrated Bible, nnd each ono marriages and deaths aro frequently of tho l.V) onsnuings was covered with announced by the windmills Instead of When a miller n thousand franc note. It was followed la tho newspapers. gets married ho stops his mill with with tho gift of "Bnssnet's Sermons," tho arms of tho wheel lu an obllquo Interleaved with tho samo valuable pa-p- position nnd with tho sails unfurled. from cJver to cover. New York o Ills friends and guests often do Press. with their mills In token of tho ceremony. To Indicate a birth the ANTIQUITY OF CHEESE. wheel Is stopped with tho nrms In a slanting position, but nt a more acute Homer and the Book of Job Allude to angle than for a marrlago nnd with tho Product. the two upper sails unfurled. Should Cheese and curdling of tho milk nro a miller die tho sails of his mill aro mentioned In tho book of Job. David all furled nnd tho wheel is turned was sent by his father, Jesse, to carry round until the nrms assume an upten checset) to tho camp nnd to look right cross, lu which position they aro how his brother fared. "Chceso of left until after tho funeral has takeu Ulno" formed part of tho supplies of place. Harper's Weekly. David's nn.ly at Mahannlm during tho Out of the Question. rebellion of Absalom. Gernldlno What did pa say when Homer says that cheeso formed part of the ample stores found by Ulysses you usked him for my hand? Gerald I don't caro to glvo his reIn the cavo of tho Cyclop Polyphemus A then thoroughly broomed A BOAD SECCHE FItOil DUST. during construction. In applying the tar to an old road tho surfaco should bo thoroughly dry, comparatively warm end free from dust. Moisture prevents tho tar from proper contact with tho stone, and a cold surfaco stiffens the material and prevents its being absorbed. Before the application is mado rata and hollows should bo filled and the surfaco brought up to a smooth and even condition. Tho tar, heated, to about 100 degrees F is spread upon tho road tb.ro.ugU. a. hoso or by othar suitable are. coal tar, refined coal tar nnd water gas tar. They may bo used effectively either by applying them to a road already finished or by incorporating them In the surface material of the road After this has been done, to secure good results, the surface treated should be closed to nil trulllc for about twelve hours so as to give tho tar an opportunity to thoroughly sink In tho surface. Next n coat of clean sand or stone chips should be applied to absorb any exces3 tar and dry up the surface, ns It were. The road should then bo rolled thoroughly to bring It Into ' In applying tho tar in new construc tion tho road should be formed and consolidated without tho use of water. Tho voids should be filled with flue stoue chips freo from dust, and care must be taken not to roll tho surface too heavily or the tar will not ndhere properly. Hot tar may be applied through all of tho courses as they are laid and rolled, but -- occasionally the upper course only Is so treated. After sure at the road surraco by specially designed spraying nozzles. If tho work be properly done, a tarred road after being open to traffic for a short while takes on an appearance closely resembling asphalt, being smooth and firm, practically noiseless and more resilient than nsphalt. It Is largely waterproof, practically dust loss, and the resistance to traction less than that of an untreated mm a dan i LIVING SNUFFBOX. ir road Children Cry CASTORI A Cockney Chivalry. FOR FLETCHER'S There was a crush In tho pit, and the anaemic looking girl stood with the luto comers behind the last bench. The young man in front of her, comfortably seated, was not too absorbed tarring, u top dressing of material Is in tho musical comedy to note that laid on and the surfaco Is thoroughly tho girl looked tired as she doggedly rolled. .The tar spreading may bo done stood out the ilrst act. He rose when either by hand, In which case an ex- tho curtain fell. "Would you," ho asked, cess above what Is necessary will prob- pushing past her, ''like to mind my ably bo used, or It may be spread on seat while I go out for a drink?" Tho by an apparatus mounted on wheels. 'ago of chivalry Is not past. London tho tar being discharged under pres Chronicle. and extremely stunning. It Shirt Waist Ironing Plan. Is difficult to Iron between the on a shirt waist without breaking them loose or leaving n puckered edge A good plan Is to have a very thick but-tons narrow pad of flannel or canton flannel to slip under the right side for the but tons to sink Into while you Iron the wrong side, then run tho Iron once along the outside edge on tho right side. -- Hoy-moat- Celebration Sale Stewart's March 13th and Ends March 18th. Week Begins Louisville's Supreme Uunderselling Event of I j llki-wls- Strictly First Class Merchandise. MONDAY Opening Day. Dally Features During Sale. TUESDAY Music Day. pains, Ey- - Special Bar- - WEDNESDAY Employee's Day. Profit Snaring Day. SATURDAY Children's Daj. wind up of Bargains. Special THURSDAY Ready to wear day. ory thing in Ready to "Wear Garment. ytMr Pricof your in this store, PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET from vour homo to Louisville. and and your sales chocks, (which are given you with each purchaso), to tho Credit Desk, (bouth end of tho take your return ticket We will refund to von in cash vour railroa 1 faro, provided it is NOT OVER FIVE PER CENT OF THE hnildintr. first floor. TOTAL AMOUNT OP YOUR PURCHASE. If vour railroad faro IS LESS THAN FIVE PER CENT OF YOUR PUR- CHASES, five per cent will bo refunded on tho amount of your purchases -- Tills is also Refund Week to Out of Town Patrons. Come to Louisville at Our Expense. When you have completed shopping Send a post card for our big circular, - with full details of Special Celebratioa Bargains. Also read our advertisement in any Louisville paper. SPECIAL NOTICE: STEWART DRY GOODS CO. Incorporated In cesMdleH with James McCreery k Co , New York iVi ill Louisville, Ky. Euripides, Theocritus and other early mention cheese. Ludolphus says that excellent cheeso nnd butter were made by tho ancient Ethloplaus, and Strabo states that some of tho an clcnt Britons were so Ignorant that though they had nbundanco of milk, they did not understand tho art of making chceso. Thero Is uo evldeuco that auy of theso ancloat nations had discovered tho uso of rennet lu making cheese. They appear to have merely allowed the milk to sour and subsequently to have formed tho cheese from tbe caseous part of the milk nft-aynalUug poets r marks lu dwtnll. you If I went where ho told mo to. New York Press. In but I couldn't marry "What aro you thinking about? Eve I'm wondering If you nnd I couldn't play a two banded game of Adam the Beginning something for the world's champion, ship. Exchange. Artist Madam, It la, not'faees atone that I paint; It is seals. Madam Ob. you do Interiors, thn7 Boatea She Was Flippant THE BKECKENR1DGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGU SONS' PUBLISHING CO. Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. 6LOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 15, 1911 Subscription Price St. 00 a yoar in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, and 5 cents for each insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tbo rato of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rato of 5 cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please in church ventilation that he will ap point a committee soon to look niter the venilatiriff of the church here. "The minister gets st in earnest and wrap ped up in his sermons that hd docs not think of anythingaside that," said Rev Lewis, "But during revivals I always look after tbc ventilating of the church while the other minister preaches and it is my pleasure to do it, because be- 1 Week End Sale at Moorman's. Wonderful Values Thursday. Friday and Saturday. We are making special prices on all our New Spring Goods for three days, and now is the time to buy your Summer materials while you can get pick and choice. Don't put off to tomorrow what you can do today, and what must be done sooner or later, so let us interest you in our Department Store where you can see what you are getting for your money. o llov T nnflftraffinrl r.Vnrrh vanf Unf Irtn ReV. Farmer Favors It pastor of the Baptist church of this city thinks there Is no creator U'he movement than the observance of "Tu berculosis Day" by the churches. Rev, Farmer said as yet he had given no particular thought to the work in his church, but it was one he sanctioned. Drop by drop the offensive dlschargo caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from the back of the nose into the throat,settlng up an inflammation that is likely to mean Chronic Bronchitis. The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh Is Ely's Cream Balm, and the relief that follows even tho first application cannot be told In words. Don't suffer : day longer from the discomfort of Na sal Catarrh. Crdam Balm Is sold by all druggists for 50 cents, or mailed by Ely Bros , CO Wurren Street, New Embroidery at Half Spring Novelties, Pretty Pocket-book- s, Jnbcts, Dainty Ilibbons, Ilandkcr- chiefs, Pins, Belt Buckcls, Cloves, Etc. notify us. Prjre 10c Lace 5e Lace For Governor. We arc authorized to announce JAS. B. McCREARY as a can didato for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dem ocratic primary election May 27. ntlli: ...Zjg at price. All heavy Underwear; 60c goods fo( 38c. Mattingsin the countyf one-half than wSSlKatl' s,iBht,y Remnants In white goods so,led- - at less ...... ... WHILE THE PLUM TREES ARE IJV BLOOM. Evcrytimc wo lose anything we gain something", said Emerson Is not that very true when 3'ou think it over? The loss may be i friend, property or money; in every case in life the point that Emcr son made holds good. While the plum tiecs are white with beautiful blossoms and the leaves aro beginning to como forth it is timely to count our gains. Matters not how much wo lose, wo gain. Time is the only thing wo cannot call back. Banks break and wo loso our savings, but wo can make more; lose our health and we always have hones of restoring it: make mistakes and wo profit by them. Life cheerily goes on and it is useless to worry over spilt milk especially when you did your best in putting the pitcher on the shelf that it might not get turned over. It is better to save money and lose it, than to live extravagantly and waste it. The failure of the Two States Bank naturally has brought disappointment and discouragement to Stephensport and the community. Words cannot turn the clouds that hang over them. Only activity and quickly passing days will reveal the silver linings. Work. Beautify your home and town, improve your farm, make your surroundings attractive with trees and llowers. Bv labor and simple plans Stephensport could be made an exceptionally pretty place instead of a cemuLery of lost fortunes and neglected opportunities. The less you talk about the bank failure in the stores, around the station, on the trains, over the bick fence and the harder you work and more you think of everything else, the better and happier will be you who have lost Just Money. The closing of the Two States Bank and the others who have recently shut their doors should strengthen our faith in the banking institutions that survive. Let us trust our banks. Now we can be assured that in the future the banking business will be more carefully managed and closely watched in Kentucky. Read the advertisements in this issue. There is good news in each one for folks who have to buy now spring clothes. Beautiful White Goods at Special Prices. Shirt Waist Materials, Etc. York. Commissioner's Sale. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Cirtli H. D. Read Our Cut Prices on Groceries. no. JJJJ Ftiku, Adrm'i il, il., Plaintiff, I gilntl Shillmin & Co., it, il., Diltndml, f tqunr, ) By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at February Term thereof. loll, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter uescriDeu real estate, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises of said mile of Irvington to land about the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Saturday the 25th day of March, 1911 one-half 25c Roasted Coffee at 17c. ' Canned Hominy at sc. 15c Gold Modal Rolled Oats, for 2oc. 3 packages 5c Soda for 10c. Empire Lye 6c a box. 3 Rub No More Washing Powder, 2 for Ec. M.mmoth Sky Bluing, 3 packages for 10c. Daily Bread Flour 60c. Drs. Hess and Clay Poultry Panacea 25c package for 19c. Best Hand Picked Navy Beans, 6 pounds for 25c. Best Standard Tomatoes, 3 cans for 25c. Best Bread Sifted Early June Peas 10c; worth 10c. M ID Erring churches should inaugurate un Open Door Policy "Tuberculosis Day," says The Courier-Journal. The Churches and Tuberculosis In commencing edltorialy on the movement for tho observance of "Tuberculosis Day" in the churches throughout the state, the Breckenridge News offers a valuable suggestion as follows: "The first move that some otthe ministers ought to make about this great problem is to ventilate the houses of worship in which they preach, or see to it that it is properly done at every service. Xo better sermon, could be preached than lowering the windows at the top. Half the time during the winter months jmitors of many churchesnever raise a window. The auditoriums and Sunday-schoorooms should be thoroughly aired as well as swept and dusted. Pure air, we think, is more vital than cleanliness to a man's spiritual welfare. A dusty bench would not hinder a man from getting religion, but in a church where the air is stale and stilling a man with religion is pretty apt to lose what little he has." Dr. Woods Hutchinson, in some of his recent lecturers has remarked somewhat sarcastically on the "dim religious light" of many of our churches wherein deadly germs hold high carnival. With all the preaching and teaching about tho importance of fresh air as an aid to human health, it is much to bo regretted that in many of the churches and public buildings there l a headache ora tired feeling every time they attend church. About nine times out of ten the drowsiness, the headache and the tired feeling are the result of the impure air that isregiliously kept in a luilding. Most church janitors and many of the ministers and communicants as well, seem to have a holy horror of fresh air. It would be a good idea for churches which are erring along this line to in augurate an open-dopolicy on "Tuberculosis Day," and see that it is maintained at all subsequent gather-ink'regardless of time or season. It will not avail much that we build for consumptives if intelligent people are to go on violating the fundamental rules of sanitation. Courier-Journor is no adequate effort at ventilation People sit in poorly ventilated c.iurches ana wonder why they become drowsy in cue midst of an interesting discourse They do not understand why they have credit of Six and Twelve Months, the following described property A certain tract or parcel of land lying in Breckenridge County, Ky., and Bounded as follows: Beginning at post oak in Hurdinsburg road, Bate Washington's Corner, thence S. 70, E. 121) poles to a stone with black oak pointers and on top of a ridge; thence 05 hj. lr poles to a stone sunk in the middle of the road nnd on which are the letters W. M. and on the bottom f the stone is the letter M; thence N. 0 poles to two post oaks in front of R. l. Wrathers House; thence N. 23 W. 17 poles to a stone in the middle of the road and on the side of which is the letter M., tnence S. iss W. 140 poles the beginning, containing by survey acres $1 poles, less 4 acres and 8 ies, told and conveyed to Cedar Hill Cemetery Co., by deed of this date. Be- ; the same tract of land conveyed to R. O'Brian. Ses Deed Book 51, page 526. Tbe said land was deeded to decedent by John Bell of date Aug- -t 24, 1q03, and recorded, in Deed Book 54, page in Breckenridge County Court Clerk's Office. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, nnd having the force and effect of a Judgment, Lein retained to secure payment ot purchase money Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. to-w- it: one o clock I'. M.,ortnere-about,upo- n Our Great Piano Contest You get tickets with every article. You get tickets whenryou pay your account. Our piano is a fine instrument. It is worth a place in any household. Yau can 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 REDUCTIONS on every article in our stock. Come and see us. is going on. ( lo-l- , W C Moorman Glen Dean, Ky. HOE aoooc 0 non )o1czzioe5' 'OI ROSETTA Miss Ruth Board and brother, Walter visited their sister, Mrs. Preston Mil burn, of near Custer Sunday. Emrnett Hardaway, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R B. Hardaway for the past month, re turned to Iowa this week accompanied by his brother, Shelton. W. E. Basham and family contem plate leaving for California next week. W. G. Lawson left Monday for Owensboro. Mrs. Sallie Priest visited Mrs. Alf Taylor and family at Custer Saturday. Irwine Mercer visited friends and re latives at Falls of Rough last week. N I 1 Friday, March 17. SPRING OPENING Friday, March 17. 1 1911! E- - MOST CORDIALLY INVITE every one to s, san-atoriu- al. Will Observe the Day Rev. Frank Lewis, pastor of the Methodist church of this city, is arran. ging a program for a special service in observance of "Tuberculosis Day." Rev. Lewis observed the day at Green-villlast year and was assisted by the women of the Civic League of that place lie is interested in the tuberculosis movement, especially in connection with the churches. lie is so interested e attend our Spring Opening, which occurs on 1 Friday of this week. It will be our pleasure to have on display in each department the newest desiens, creations ccioizzoo1olfaoSlo and styles. ' To add zest and interest to the occasion, BALL & MILLER music will be furnished throughout the day, and flowers Livery, Feed and Sale will be given to the Ladies. Many specials Stable will be added, which will make it profitable as well as all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky pleasant to be here. cci3orzi3TOfccaocr)fo1 CLWe have added to our Ready-to-WeDepartment for the Ladies, a line of Trimmed Hats, which will be in charge of a competent saleslady. COME! well-chos- en Bus Meets ar LOUISVILLE AUTO ALL THATS NEWEST PERTAINING TO MOTORING DCO?ATOJVS MOST ELABORATE - MPERAL BAND SHOW ARMORY MARCH AfTtKNU0N5Z5f. EVENINGS 15 -1- 6-17-1 8 1 A 91L B.F. BEARD Miss Eula Chappell is attending the Irvington College. Miss Ida Adklsson and brother, Will and Miss Cora Dowell and brother, Jess, attended-churc- h at Webster last Saturday evening. & CO. 50? M. T. Chappell went to Custer last to correspondents every week J. Willis Saturday. If the best Is not too good for you We were not at home Saturday being Lewisport Best Flour is the flour yo is Cutter, is the reason for this being ought to use. late this week. If not In time, all Subacrib Right New right. We notice the half minute talks Rtliiblfl FOR Hmii in Louisville. Miss Pauline Nicholas is . cieeci, CATARRH Efjr's Craam Balm qkklf absorbed. I mm at the City Bakery during Miss Dean's Absence. . ii vou wan. a The Cloverport High School invites everybody to be present at the performance of "The Kentucky Belle" ote night this week. Watch Bill Boards for THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN date, At the school house. Admission DY THE ADVERTISING ' 2ocents. Misses Maude Jennings and Lillie Oelze, Messrs. Silas Pate, Wave JenGENERAL OFFICES nings nnd Mr. Seaton attended the NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES funeral of Mrs. Chapin Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Barboe, 15he Breckenridge News. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham were entertained at home last WEDNESDAY, MAR. 15, 1911 Thursday evening to a special dinner in honor of his seventieth birthday. The occasion was one o pride and' happi ANNOUNCEMENTS R4TE.S FOR POLITICAL Mr. Gra ness to the Graham family. ham does not seem seventy, and is one $ 2.C0 For Precinct and city Offices of the town's home loving and highly For County Offices f 5.00 respected fathers. 15.00 For State aitd District Offices....! 10 For Calls, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line 61m Riiiel l Once. It cleanses, eootlics, baU and protects me diseased lnem- brano resulting from Catarrh ami drives away nCold In tlio Head quickly, ltcstorcs ike Senses of Tnsto and Smell. Full slzo BO cts. at Druggists or by mall. Liquid uream iiaira lor uso in atomizers 70 cts. Jtly Urothors, CO Wnrrcn Street, New York. call at my office. V. G. Babbage. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gregory went to Hnrdinsburg Saturday on account of the death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Chapin, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. AIKo Pate. mortgage or other writing put up in nice type written form, nnd oce that will stick, Easter Sunday, i . .V D r-- avESuns tin. nEsr ir i is to mee roUK onua.nioss II I T now f Wauled Cropper. 1011 April Get ready for Easter. 16 t Let us make you a .if tins. KEr.L LJR VI.M. 5 Children noir m at, .isdior ini.tr. t. ten not.i.m is svkx r (.hiuxa .is iscoME.il im.i: HECEIVr CHECK VOl' KSOII' THEN v.t visa Tailored Suit to Order Give us your measure now so you'll have it then. Then you will be happy We have pleased others. Will also make you glad you gave the order to If USED CHECK BANK (. is U.tXK HER THE Kts ISCEIEEn r OF CLOVERPORT us. Try it. You are Proud of j SAMPLE. 10 Your Wife and TVairvtsT to ns cres of tobacco nnd ground Sc1' ,r,V KO?(1 'WUU'l ! l"Os burred and sown. M. H. Heard, Hardlnsburg, Ky Rev. Shepherd, of Hardlnsburg, filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Why don't you bring them Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dowell, of Steph ensport, were the guests of Mrs. L. U. to mo to be photographed ? I Dowell Sunday. will give you a picture that will Mrs. L. H. Niles and little daughters, Louise and Ruth, are spending a few make you prouder still. Virgil Fontain, ol Louisville, was days with her mother, Billie Driskell.of Harned. here Sunday. C. C. Springer and family will move The Rock Crusher at New Mystic had to Owensboro soon. steam up last Monday. Claude Brown, of Ammons, visited Scott Cunningham, of Chenault, was friends here last week. week. here on business last Cloverport, Ky. Misses Nora and Georgia Robbins are Mrs. L. T. Reid and Miss Ella Smith visiting their sister, Mrs. Andrew Bas have returned from Louisville. Will be in Irvington, Ky. April ham, near Stephensport, this week. James Hendrick, of. Holt, is visiting 6 7 and 8 Mrs. H. T. Dowell, is on the sick his son, Calvin, near Hurdinsburg. list. Rev. J. Duggins filled his regular apPictures Enlarged G. W. Eskridge purchased of J. C. pointment at Dundee last Sunday. Aniateui-Finishi- nr 4. Mrs. Cecilia Greenwood, who has Armstrong last week a track of timber. Value $1,250. been ill of indigestion, is improved. Master Russell Dowell visited rela "Miss Thelma Brasnear.of West Point, tives on Beech Hill last week. ' visited Miss Aliene Hardaway Sunday. E Little Mary Logan Jolly has been on S. J. Brashear and daughter, Miss the sick list. Lena, Frymire, went to Louisville Fri- If the best is not too good Lewisport KET REPORT Best Flour is the flour you ought to Mrs. John Lawson, Sr., of Louisville, use. v v was the week end guest of relatives Hog Receipts Large and Lower here. ' Get Ready for Spring-Advert- ise SJ Sallie Gross, of Holt, went to Mrs. Prices-Cat- tle Lower and a'; Louisville last week to visit Miss Lelia Dull-Go- od Demand v tyeniey. TOBINSPORT. & The Ladies Reading Club will meet For Lambs m tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. James Claud Hayden returned homo Satur Randall. day from Danville, where he is attend Louisville, March 13. Cattle ReHarold Gregory is here from Louis ing school, were 1,105 head; ceipts of cattle ville the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Prof. S. B. Groom was in Cloverport there was about the usual attendance Morrison. of local traders and butchers and some Saturday. Richard Wathen, who was ill several out of town buyers present, yet with a W. S. Leaf left Tuesday for Coalton, weeks, was able to go to Bardstown Oklahoma, to visit his son, Hugh, who few exceptions the trade ruled dull and last week. draggy; there was a fair call for choice is low of pneumonia. He will bring butcher cattle at steady John Tindall and son went to Lodi- - him home as soon as he is able to come burg Friday to visit his daughter, Mrs. to firm prices, some thought a few sales Mrs. Clara Polk, of Lafayette, has were made at an advance, but all otheChas. Macey. returned home and is visiting her mo rs in the fat cattle line were dull to a Miss Mtiyme Graham returned ther, Mrs. Arad Leaf. shade lower; medium and common cows from a visit to Miss Inez Gregory Chas. Weatherholt and family have especially dull; feeder and stocker in Louisville. moved into Mrs. J. R. Polk's reside trade hardly as good as last week, yet Miss Annie Lewis Whitworth. of nee. a fair demand existed; bulls firm; can Hardlnsburg. was the guest of Mrs. Miss Mae and Ella Leaf were shop ners dull; milch cows slow; not many Amiel Oelze Sunday. ping in Cloverport Saturday after- - heavy shipping cattle here; feeling Warfield Hendrick was in town Satur- easy to a shade lower on that class. noon. dav and had the News sent to his sister, Quotations: Prime export steers Mrs. Jack Hartley, of Evansvlue is Mrs. Bettie Miller, Hutchinson Kansas v $5.50 (a.6.; shipping steers $5.5. 50; for a few days. here visiting relatives Miss Clara Mattlngly, of Owensboro, best steersS3.505.50; fat heifers $4. G. W. Wlnchell went to Cannelton who is convalescent of measles, visited 5.50; fat cows f3.755; cutters fS. 75 her mother, Mrs. Fannie Mattingly.last Saturday. 5; 3 75! canners $1.50(2.75; bulls $3 Mrs. Alice Beavin, after a severe feeders $4.f 05.50; stockers $3.".40; week. choice milch cows 35.i615.; common Attorney V. G. Babbage sold a piece illness, is convalescent. Dr. Llehtfoot. of Cloverport, was to fair mllchers $10.35. of land last week near Hardin's School Calves Receipts 114;market steady: House for $175, cash. Frank Ball was here a portion of last week. com the purchaser. Misses Dell Wlnchell and Beatrice best 7jc8Jf c; medium mon 2Jc6c. Payne were in Cloverport Saturday, Mrs. R. T. Polk, Miss Lillian Polk, Hogs Receipts 4,144, market slower Ernest Weatherholt left Tuesday for Mrs. Benton Eubanks and little Miss with Alice Cleo Eubanks arrived from Frank Coffeyville, Kansas, to visit relatives. and a dime lower In sympathy other markets; selected 210 lbs. and up If the best is not too good for you fort last week. Lewisport Best flour is the flour you $7: 210 lbs. down $7.15; roughs $630 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer return' ought to use. 4f ..www T...W.W .w.M ' they spent a few days with Mrs. Chas, L0DIBURG. i Moor man enroute from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. David Pennick, of Cus ter, are receiving congratulations on Mr. and Mrs Dan Miller went to the arrival of their son at the home of California last Saturday to make it their , her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stiff, at future home. FROM Hardlnsburg. Mrs. Mary Argabright has goue to Clyde Sanders was here from Tell California to join her husband, Daius City Monday. 1 Argabright, who bas beeu there for Mrs. Jennie Williams visited relatives some time. Champion Pens. Best In Stephensport last week. In Kentucky. Odas Severs is iu St. Louis, the guest Miss Sallie Sipcs, of Irvington, is the ot his brother. gupet of Mrs. Jacob Morrison. John Brown has left Lodiburg and White and Brown Leghorns, y Mrs. Beavin, of Mattingly, spent moved to Mre. Argabrlght's. Luster Bull nnd Black Orphingtons, here with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Stites has moved into the house va Silver Laced 'Wyandottcs, Whltehquse. cated by Mr. Brown. Barred Plymoth liocks, (two Miss Nell Moorman, of Glen Dean, Will Head, of Owensboro, was here pons); White Bantams. has gone to Bowling Green to teach in Sunday, Wo guarantee overy sotting. the State Normal. 120 entries; 11 premiums at Miss Loreaue Speaks, of McQuady, Mr. anJ Mrs. Nathantal Tucker and is the guest of her uncle aud aunt, Mr. County Fair. daughters, Misses Bernice and Lela, and Mrs. Boyse, this week. pent Sunday in Louisville. Poland China Swine. If the best is not too good for you, left last week for Louis Lewisport Best flour is the flour you Mrs. Batt Give Us a Trial. ville, after spending the winter here ought to use. irtt-- i bee daughter, Mrs. Harry Morri-te- WF'ro,)U'!1"..for iS For Sale J. Ii C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Local Brevities F01.1 Traction Enirine compound Aullmun & Tiiyor tructton engine in s uiiiiiuKHimuo. rricoscsucitiierrashorKOod " Mummy jirus , uusion, ny, U horse, Hrst-elu- For Sale COU HALK--2 IllrU Dor I'ups, by drlck, Webster. Ky. V. L. ilun- - Northern White Seed Oats Warranted Pure Brabandt Studio For Sale Single Comb Brown Leghorns COU SALh SliiKlo Comb llrown Leghorns. Tencsspo winners 1010. Ilurred Plymouth Rocks, bred from strans winners winners nt the Kentucky StutO 1'nlr 11)10. Eirirs In son. riKiu price uirK ryuitry farm, W. W. Brown, I'roprletor. Wanted Tenant. f ANTED A tenant for tho Itallmnn furm ilealiukcs. Tenant must furnish teams. Wrllo K. Lllwvltz, Lewisport. K'y. Scholarship COU In the Howling Green University, good in any duuan-mento- f that University. HreckenrlilKoNews, Cloverport, Ky. SALE-Scholnr.hlp At 5Qc Fer Bushel For Sale ' Are Your See us for prices on Flour, Meal, Mixed Feed, Shipstuff,1 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 ycu come to , Eyes Good? Glasses accurately fitted by the latest known methods at Fertilizer! Cumb. Phone Fertilizer! Irvington, Ky. A. D. ASHCRAFT & BR0. to-da- y handy-weig- ht GIBSON & SON down; pens well cleared but market closed slow. Sheep and Lambs Receipts 19 head; 4th Annual Grayson County mnrketjquiet: about steady; good demand for good butctier lambs at 5 to (ic; some fanry higher; medium aud cull9 i lo fat sheep 2 to medium aud common slow at 1 to Fair nc; 3fc; 24c Leitchfield, Ky. 4--DAYS--4 - BUTTER, EGGS AND PCUL.TRY. Butter Ekes Steady; Steady; packing 13c. case couut 15c; can-die- d 6c7c; Poultry liens 12c; old roosters 7c; youug roosters 10c; young chickens I7 to 20c; ducks 15c; turkeys 15 to 16c: geese 8c. l.r.c. V- - August IS, 16, 17 , Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per linn. Please do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of niattor. and IS, 1911 J. L. DENT, 1 Eggs, Eggs! Secretary SMART BROS. W. H. Bowmek, President F. L. Liohtfoot, Vice-President A. B. Skillman, Cashier O. T. Skiixman, Ass't Cashier THE OLD RELIABLE Sat-da- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. 38 y core of honorable Organized 1872 dealing to its credit. It has passed through three panics and paid overy legitimate claim to its full amount on deniund. Never scaled u check. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. DIRECTORS: 3 per cent on Time Deposits W. H. Bowmer A. Ii. Fisher a. MIm Froaie Deaa k vsiting relatives Subscribe Siirt Bris., Clowpirt. A. Ii. Skillman, Conrad Simons, F. L. Lightfoot, O. T. Skillman, J no. C. Jarboo, "Oh, yes. you do. So long as she direction, nud, as bo thoroughly apcalls wo know she's alive" turning preciated, Loth Valentine and Flans tho dial slowly back "hero we are Ban were too intent on their unrtlon again. If this Is eleven I know this of rescue to turn for an Instant from their task. old rotation match 1" As lied struck the match nt tin Rod Joyously "Eleven!" shrieked latest command of Valentine Dnyie after a moment of racking suspense. "I've got Itl I've got It!" cried Vnl saw tho girl bend forward to better Tin' cntlne. "If this li It, Red" reversing gain n view of the proceedings. the dial again "she's ours in another eldo of her face was Illumined by the ii light In the assistant cashier's office, minute. Match!" nnd could It be true? yes. Doyle was Rod struck another match. positive that the form of the witness "Ten!" ho cried. In the opposite doorway was noneoth dial forward A half turn of tho Novelized by Valentine's sharp ear. detected tho cr than that of the young girl who sound as though another bolt had had seen Jimmy Valentine In Warden FREDERICK R. TOOMBS drawn back. "Hero wo are again! Handler's olllce nt Sing Sing nnd who hnd prevailed on tho lieutenant gov From the Great Match!" cmor to obtain his relcaso. "Forty-two,- " exclaimed Red. Play by Doylo's memory had not betrayed that's what It "That's It forty-twPAUL ARMSTRONG 1 should bo. Do you hear .Kitty now?" him. It was Itose Lane. who. return oufce In quest of "No. Good God, Jimmy, suppose, Ing to her lover's him. had opened the door of the vault after all. she's dead?" Copyright. 1910. by American Press room nud had. Just ns Doylo had done, Two more turns of the dlnl. Association caught him "red handed." She moved "Keep your nerve, old pal there forward, n step, as though to speak, match" was attracted by To George Doyle, standing In the but her attention CnAPTEU XVII. Doyle, who moved slightly. She saw doorway, the scene was one of grip T FTEIt n few moments Vnlcntlno him put his Angers to his Hps, counLA shook his head angrily nnd ping Interest The consummate, nl seling silence. Tho girl therefore n step from tho most uncanny, skill of Jimmy Valen drew back stood mute, watching the man tine was something to cause In the de fondly loved "cop tho gopher" In the safe. tho "lied, got a handkerchief?" ho snap tcctlve, experienced even as ho was bank that between them she nnd her Intelligent with resourceful and ped. cracksmen, n thrill of genuine admlrn father owned. "Yes." "One," announced Red ns the match get moving. Como on blind tlou. No wonder Valentine had proved flared Into n blue bright sulphurous "Well, fold mo so that I can't see, 'so that tho despair of tho safe makers, the gleam. every nervo will bo centered on hear banking ofilclnls and the sleuths of "That's It! That's tho old rotation Ing tho tumblers click you know tho half a dozen states. And a lieutenant cried Valentino enthusiastically. "Ten governor had pardoned him! As Doyle surveyed Intently the op "'Suro thing." Red scrambled to his feet and has orations of Red Flanagan nnd Jimmy tlly tied a handkerchief tightly around Valentino In their superhuman effort Valentino's head, completely covering to rescue their beloved little playmate. his eyes. Valentine stepped back to Kitty Lane, from the stifling clutches the vault, nnd Ued crouched again at of the steel vault he beenme aware of a sudden though very slight change his feet. ma In tho darkened room, tho windows of Deftly, Intently, the nlpulntod tho intricate mechanism of which, opening Into a shaft, gave al most no aid nt all to Inquisitive eyes tho vault "Hurry. Jimmy, that kid," urged He glanced across the room to tup Ited, to whom tho suspense was be point from which the light seemed to coming unbearable. you. bo quiet! "D- -n If you say another word I'll knock your head off my hands are like leather." He again sandpapered his fingers. It .i i BisW "SI "You're bleeding!" exclaimed Red. "What of it?" returning to his task "Don't talk. I tell you. I heard it click I missed It again" turning tho comblnuatlon slowly "but I felt It that time I felt the dog lift" Valen I" Alias Jimmy Valentine" i toward the doorway whence she- had retreated u moment beforfc'. Valentine, still oblivious to tlie nearness of Itpse, mixed his hands nlunn the edge of the rnult door, his lnk toward the entrances Ictidlux to the room. "1 beat you' I beat you and saved the little girl from you!" he L'p and down he pressed murmured. his bunds ngnlnxt the enameled metal "1 beat you! I beat you!" Slowly lit turned away, nnd ns he raised his eyes they met the Imphica ble. scornful gaze of George Doyle Valentine star led hack, hi the xlnid - "Two bottle Cured My Rheumatism" " I have been a suf ferer from rheumatism' for about two years, and have used many liniments and patent medi cines which gave me no relief. A lady friend of mine told me she had-useyour Liniment and found relief at once, I got two bottles' and they cured me. I think it is the best Liniment a person can have in the house. I shall always keep a bottle In my house as long as I can get it." Mns. E. R. Wallace, Morrisons, va. Mns. Tamf.s McRhaw. of 1216 Mandeville St., New Orleans, La., writes; " I take pleasure In writing to you that I had a pain in my arm for five years, ana I used 7 o owy vault mum he thought his eyes had played him false, that he xaw only a vision conjured Into a temporary existence by overwrought nerves and a correspondingly disordered brain: He pressed his hand to his Then the "vision" moved forehead. toward him. Yes. It was George Doylo Thi stood transfixed, ns though an unwilling witness of a terror Inspiring tragedy, And to hi in the denouement was all of that Doyle stood. Ills bunds clasped behind his back, waiting for the other to speak Valentine, worn out by the strain of the day's events, was In no mood ti continue the light against the cool calculating, time abiding detective. "So this Is the end. Doyle." he final ly said, with n wan. forced smile on his drawn lips. "The Jig Is" up. Isu t Another Letter. . that about It J" The detective moved closer to the human prey for whom he had so long and so patiently nnd, so far as the government was concerned, had so ex t a antr.isii fiouiie apfeaeed. come and saw that the door leading from cashier's office had been partly opened. Next, to his utter amazement, lie saw n plumed hat thrust forward Into the opening, and then a girlish figure appeared. The llgure halted and turned Its face to ward the vault where Red Flanagan nnd Jimmy Valentine? were at work. In practically the same position as himself, though' at the opposite side of tho room. Doyle recognized that the girl could watch the operations of the two expert cracksmen without deIDE FACE OP OEOUOE DOYLE ATPEABED IN THE D00HWAY. tection uiili'-- either of them should tine was Intensely excited. "Red, thero neglect his work and glance In her It is! nurry with a match!" Red, well acquainted with tire duties required of him. by reason of Often The Kidneys Are tho thorough education be hnd received from Valentine iu tho past, had Weakened by k. been waiting expectantly with a match ready for the striking. At tho Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood, word he Illuminated tho combination's Weak nnd unliealthv kidnevs are re dial with a tiny flame. sponsible for much sickness andsuflfering, "What Is It?" cried Valentine. tneretore, it kidney Tho other stretched himself upward trouble is permitted to and peered at the numbers on tho continue, serious remetal saucer sults arc most likely to follow. Your other "It points to twenty-ono!- " ho exorgans may need atclaimed. tention, but your kidValentino again drew away from tho neys most, because vault they do most and "Sandpaper!" he cried. Red handed should have attention him another sheet. first. Therefore, when IIo rubbed his our kidneys are weak or out of order, fingers Boftly across it. Ills raw. bleeding Uesb could not stand more than you can understand how quickly your entho slightest contact with the rasping tire body is affected and how every organ fail to do surface. "I'll feel every jar clean to seems to are sick orits duty.badlv." begin " feel If vou my eyeballs now," ho added. Ho turn-e- taking the great kidney remedy. Dr. tho dial back and then forward and jvumcr s owaiup-itooa inai wm con- . .1 r then four cotnplcto reverso revolunice you oi 1(9 greai incru. The mild and immediate effect of tions. "That's tho way to get them, Red" two moro forward revolutions SwampRoot, the great kidney and "bare, bleeding nerves" a half turn bladder remedy, is 60on realized. It back "raw, throbbing nerves a tooth-ach- stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have beenin every duller end eh, Rod roven in tnousanua ot uie most uistress- there match!" nj cases. If vou need a medicine vou After a moment: suoum nave tne best. "Fifty-two!- " Sold by druggists in and "How many bolts did this door ZmJ 6izcs. You may ILii "fiMI" have?" asked Valentine. "Did you have a sample bottle notice?" He went on turning the dial. uy mail tree, also a "Twelve." Humjuici icuinc vou "Thought so," Jubilantly. "Can you low to find out if vou have kidnev or any more, Red?" bear her bladder trouble. Mention this paper Red's ear was pressed against the when writing to Dr, Kilmer & Co., Uingbamton, N. Y. Don't make any miscrack of the vault door, "No. And God knows I don't want take, but remember the name. Swamn. a dealer to. Honest, Jimmy, X dea't believe Root, and don't let of Swamp-Ro- tell you something in place if r.- 'you do you will be dippo-iiittd- , ; dyer-Word t. -o pensively sought. "Looks that way to me. Jimmy. But. remember, back there In Albany. I I recommend your Liniment very for one week and was completely cured. told you I'd get you some day uuless you would do mejn favor or two. Al ways remember tiinT T gave you a chance to keep out of the 'pen' nnd you turned It down." Valentine hung his head. Yes. ho would never cease to remember the nl ternntlfe of becoming a "stool pigeon;" that the detective had offered him the alternative of "peaching" on old Bill Avery and going scot free-sc- ot free until Doyle should command him to "turn up" some other friend nnd companion. At All Druggists. Price 25c, 50c. nnd $1.00 "Come. Doyle, make a quick Job of Sloan's Treatise on the IIoro.ent Freo. Address this," was his nnswer. "You win after all. I'll go without" DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. The detective interrupted Valentine by Inclining his head and pointing to one side. Tho turned to see Rose Lane, in whose affectionate embrace he had lingered but a few ncsscs to his words: "Then" he hesitated "then J guess minutes before on that memorable aft v ., 'vir':-'-v&we'll lust cheat the state of Massachu ernoon. J t J, ' AL'i setts." A deadly pallor overspread the girl's Valentine grasped the arm of his She drew near to the two cheeks. men. her hands clasped nervously long time foe. 6 "You mean you mean Just what. against her heaving bosom. 'You saw!" exclaimed tho distracted Doyle?" he exclaimed excitedly. of Asphalt-Cement-wcld-- ed "I mean that the lady needs you young assistant cashier, peering "she's dead," he choked. more than Massachusetts does. You seurchlngly at the girl, and with an In off the flrst" turning the combina voluntnry twitch of his elbow indi had me going, all right, for awhile one two and three" there today. Jimmy. But Just to retion "then cating the opened vault turning the dial on the reverse "then Rose nodded her head gravely, stared tain your respect don't think that I back. Match!" nt the man she had loved and'then at fell for that double negatlvo photo Nail -- holes, 'Twenty-one!- " graph." With an abrupt "Good day." was Red's frenzied the threatening form of the detective. response. Valentine strode to her. clutched a tho detective swung around and disRoof Valentine tossed his head back tri pink rose from a bouquet fastened at appeared through the door by which he had entered-we- nt out forever from umphantly. tho girl's girdle. He pressed it in both A Continuous One-piec- e 'Twenty-one- . the life of Jimmy Valentine. that's it!" he almost his hands. Roof with Every Nail-hea- d Valentine nddressed tho girl with shrieked. "That's it I've done tho "You won't mind my having that Covered by Felt trick!" flower. I know." he said brokenly. "I Justifiable trepidation. and Asphalt. "You understand" Indicating tho Valentine tore the bandage from bis nm going to be goue n long time nnd eyes and, groping forward, gripped this I want you to know nnd rememdoorway through which Doyle had NO Coal-Ta- r the handles of the vault doors iu his ber through the years my love for made his exit "yon know who what SOLD BY bands. He threw his weight back you is the only clean thing I ever he was?" Rose Lano Hung herself into Valen and tugged mightily. At flrst the knew. It is complete, apd It will eight Inch steel barrier refused to ever tine's arms. end." move. Red, who had lunged to one "1 only know I e you!" sho cried As he concluded he wheeled to face Deaers In side out of the way of his superior, the detective. passionately. gazed apprehensively at Valentine, "That's all. Doyle," he said in hard He held ber In fervid embrace. fearing that after all there had been ly audible tones. "And knowing the truth about me some mistake. The central office man saw the rea! that I- "Cloverport, Ky. Then, of a sudden, tho crack in the slgnlflcauce of tho situation. No one "Perhaps I always knew," she whis black, sheer, forbidding face of the with the slightest morsel of Intelli great safe widened, and. Valentine's gence could doubt that the beautiful pered fondly. "But If a woman loves HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE body, tensely set fell back as tho pon young girl before him was suffering she rejects that which does not tit into her dream, but If she loves as I" . The Great Toilet Germicide? as only a true woman can w'hen the derous door swung open. Valentine smothered her words with Tou don't have to pay BOo or $1.00 m And ns It did so a wee, white clad one she loves Is torn bodily from her body, crouching against the heavy forever. As for Vnlentlue well, there his kisses. Then, raising bis Hps from pint for llsterlan antiseptics or 'perdoor, rolled out on to the vault room must be something good In him nfter hers for a single moment, ho exclaimed oxide. Tou can make 16 pints of a more cleansing, germicidal, healing and deodorfloor and lay limp and apparently life- all, reasoned Doyle, If a girl like the in a voice that rang with the deter- izing antiseptic solution with one 25e less before Red Flanagan and Jimmy banker's daughter could venture her mination of a man who would yield his box of Puxtlne, a soluble antlsepUai, life ere he broke his sacred promise: wholo life's happiness on the chance Valentine. powder, obtainable at any drug store. "I'll live for you. Itose nil for you. "Get that kid," cried Valentino to of his "going straight." The .detective Paxtlne destroys germs that causW Red. "She's out. but I think she'll shifted uneasily on his feet as Valen- And you'll learn that 1 am a man once disease, decay and odors, that Is why It 'j more a man among men of bono i." live. She needs air and a doctor, tino turned to him. Is the best mouth wobIi and gargle, and why It purifies tho breath, cleanses ami "Er didn't you have nn nn en quick!" With these words tho TnE END. preserves the teeth better than ordinary: almost overcome by the ex gagement with er this young lady?" ely dentifrices, and in spongo bathing It citement and the nervous strain un- ho queried hesitatingly. eradicates perspiration and other Do you know that all of the minor Roso caught a ray of encouragement disagreeable body der which he bad been laboring, lean Every ailments, colds are by far the most dan- woman appreciate? odors, and Its dainty-'- ' this many;' ed exhaustedly against tho cold steel In his toues. "the cold its self that other toilet and hygienic uses. "Yes! Yes!" sho cried, springing gerous? It is not walls of tho vault Paxtine Is splendid for sore throat. Red lurched forward, seized tho mo forward, her cheeks now aglow with you need to fear, but the serious diseas- Inflamed eyes and to purify mouth and tho Inspiration given by a newborn es that it often leads to. Pneumonia broath after smoking. You can get Pax-ti- ne tionless form of Kitty in his arms and hope, "nud it wns an engagement that and consumption are among them. Why Toilet Antiseptic at any drug stoi; clutched it to his breast price 25o COc, or by mail postiJwd. "She's dead." ho choked, looking means my happiness, my love, my not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from The and Paxton llfo nnd bis Hfel" Sho reached forth and cure your cold while you can? For Mass., who will send you a Co., Bosten. down Into her white, drawn face, her free sanipta If you would Ilka to try It beforo buying'.' closed eyes nnd tho Hps from which her hands beseechingly toward Doyle. sale by all dealers. Tho officer glanced quickly behind the blood had fled. "No; she'll be all right in flvo min him and around tho room, making utes," instructed Valentine with as sure that thero were no other wit- Now. much force as ho could muster. "Take her to tho doctor on tho corner." Red straightened und with his help less burden dashed through tho door of tho assistant cashier's room only to come faco to face with Roso Lane, who, in an agonized Impulse, bad drawn back into tho office, hardly knowing what to do. SLOANS LINIMENT Sloan's Liniment instantly relieves stiffness of the Joints, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Sprains, Neuralgia, Sciatica and Lumbago. Better and cheaper than porous plasters. L: Full inches Joint No Through never-n- Gregory & Co., Limber, Lime, Cement , com-plet- : Tc-lle- t Subscribe Right Subscribe NEWS WANT ADS COST LITTL- E- But They DO CHAPTER XVIII. as yet unaware of of Roso Lano. VALENTINE, the side of the for breath and endeavoring to gain firm control of himself. As for Red, on being confronted by Rose Lano bo stopped short and gasp ed In alarm, "Then you saw us do it you saw Valentine at work!" Tho girl cut him short with an up Much They help to rent and sell real estate; rent rooms; securo positions; find good help;Qin fact they sell what is not wanted and Ond what is wanted. fifty-ce- nt one-doll- ar If you have a Small Business and Want More Business! "Try a Breckenridgo News Want Ad." The fact thatthcy are helping many others of our readers is good proof that one would help you -- ot raised band. "Kitty, hurry, hurry!" she warned him In a low voice. Red continued on his way. "Don't worry, miss. She'll be all right la a few minutest" be cried over kU boulder. The girl sieved aeain ...Write, Call or Telephone... If not convenient i- - ... w. to leave your ads at The News office, telephone them to 46, . !1 . i 1 11 J il. ...ui row uu you umh mull siamDfl or can wtifln rnnvaniont o .' We will tell you r .u sj.'i-u- x m r . Mill i'I "I imjmgmmMm mu p Louisville, Henderson & St M6 Dally Ar i Louis Ry. 142 ' Good News "I write to (ell you the Good news that Cardui has helped me so much and I think It is ust worth its weight in go d," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Ga. "I do hope and trust that ladles who arc suffering as I did, wlli take Cardui, for it has been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." E52 oa m TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 1, 1910 H7 Dtiiy P H3 Dally HI t)ljy Lv STATIONS 144 I 148 il pm I 40 pin n 40 urn f4 M ..I.OUISVII.LH 8TKAWIIKIUCV MKDOItA ST IT US.. -- KATHItV.N'. WKST I'OINT IIOVVAIM) 11AUTLKS tr, f5 10 01 . B CO"" tt 17 fO (U ' ft) HlgliUKK.t Dajly Dally Dally lifttn 12 S0m!" 40pm II. .u 112 112 3 f 12 12 1 23 13 It si f0 42 (0 31 17 03 f5 SI t5 31 to 3" t'o !l ro 9 07 01 01 f7 02 "6 51 41 tti 41 33 0 96 03 SI fl) 30 a 5 A b 93 10 ii ii to tl to .n til 40 45 if 10 0.1 10 is (10 IS flO 27 ft M ..ItOpIt HAVrN I.OXq IlltA.NUlf ItllANUKMIUltO JSlHtpN-- i & rn I ru 43 ruriit tt tQ 5y M. 43 iit-aai- IHVINOTON-- . . . .. tt 41 M 31 in (A h 41 &0 WhUSTKK LOIMHUIIU rn is it or in y no 47 no s 0 14 no oo no o no 33 no si fll 2l u a It It l0l 15 n 6 14 4 ii t il II am t7 OS (7 01 7 15 fib at 10 41 flO 48 (10 50 11 00 11 13 .JlVSTlO 2ti 45 ... . Take M 13 - JIOII' ui.ovkkpokt shops . SAAIl'LH AWllfjON 10 fi 03 (5 4 57 0 55 5f M 3 15 M i'I tl 27 3. 45 f7 M 59 M 05 17 .... .8 iq U.MAN IIAVKSVIM.K "ro 4o 4 33 0 31 ro 25 4 "fS'02 7 53 45 37 7 S3 f7 23 7 15 17 01 17 17 fli 32 The Woman's Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders (II 40 0 45 til 3 f7 03 13 13 fl 35 im s 14 24 f7 s; 31 Cloverport Ten Yesrs Ago Her New Year Message to Discouraged Housewives. Pet'hnps there Is no more famlllnr name and certainly none that carries more weight tn household advice than that of Marlon Ilarlan, who has been writing for women longer than any Much In Demand In Michigan, Mrs Edward other woman writer. Teruune (Mnrlon llnrlani recently celeWhere Many Are Built, brated her eightieth birthday and was tho recipient of many letters, telegrams and gifts from all over tho country. She Is best known by her HOW THEY ARE CONSTRUCTED. Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's cookbooks, tint tier household talks, written for newspapers, nre rend by Vegetable Compound. women all over the country The folDeputy State Highway Commissioner lowing Is an extract from her New Crcston. Iowa." I was troubled for jGlves Many Valuable Points on the n long tlino with inflammation, pains Year's tall; to housekeepers: "The year that is dead was ' Proper Building of This Practical m my slue, sick trying to thou"Highway, Saying, "If You Have headaches and ner' 'Gravel Build a Gravel Road." sands of wives vousness. I had taken so many mediand housemoth ' f ' cines that I was ers throughout ,A well graded mid well drained earth discouraged and our land. It has - load Is necessary for the foundation thought I would been especially so any kind of an improved road; thereof never get well. A to wives through fore money uxpondinl on sin h work Is friend told mo of tho perfection of several years . not lost even tl)ii'u;li ii In Lydia E. Pinkham's their loving sym Comsurvegetable , before tfie rontl r i'iv s n hard pathy with bus pound and it reface, says Frank F Lfwrs. deputy bands struggling stored mo to health. highway ouin:!s loner of Mlchl-ga'state I have no more MAinorf iiAitLA.NU. ncnlnst Qnnnclal stronger and I can my nerves cl 11 on t:l cs and upon the Sain, own work.aro The cost of ratlin- t!.; Lydia E. Pinkham's lighting the battle of life as those Ii ili:t must be i ef i kind and anu tin Vegetable Compound cured mo after that bent the air Hundreds have lost I in Ti rt nrllftj-U tf i iwl tliu itin i. ft everything else .had failed, and I recMore secure. Amoved. d n : N luvi heeu ommend it to other suffering women." positions that seemed Where i G05 W. Howard St., have felt the fetters of debt contracted Mits. "Wm. Seals of .luiUdlng .regarded for tin pi::--because It wns a simple Impossibility "'"jptato reward la MS hijrnn the Creston, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited and genu- to mnke one dollar do the work of two. Tcost has usually inn fr in to Housemothers have grown old - a mile, $300 belli,' a fn.r average. A ine testimonials like the above prove the stress of that samo problem. under One hilly roads li'ivi t;.v:i graded at a the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's few Vegetable Compound, which is made said to me yesterday: ih a mile. '; cost of more than " 'It Is alwnys tho samo story. "Onto exclusively from roots and herbs. .. " V I I .1.1 I... ...at II . in ciay sows in-i- in- - - .iimmi ul-- mi, Women who suffer from those dis- him thnt hath shall be given." My bus making outlets lulu Hit- side ditches tressing ills should not lose sight of band lost, through no fault of his, a t for water that may eoilei t In the gravel these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia situation he hud held with honor for " bed during construction and later E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound to Cftceu years The head of the llrm the surface becomes hard and wo- -' restore their health. whom ho wlRhed had a brother-in-latorproof. If you want special advice writo to put Into Harry's place. Co picked Next to proper drainage the most to JJjTrs. Pinkhnin, at Lynn, Mass. a quarrel with my husband for that Important thing In building gravel Sho "will treat your as reason and none other. Thnt man rpada Is to secure a good quality of strictly confidential. For 20 years rides to his place of business every gravel. The average township com-- sho has been helping- sick women morning In his motorcar. Lnst sum mlssloner and farmers generally have in this way, free of charge. Don't mer he took his wife abroad and did become so Imbued with the Idea that hesitate writo at once. tho continent in his own mnchlne. We It Is necessary to .use. a gravel that have used up the small sum wo bnd h.. 1 II, ..I .I -. 41...I. nl imve ui- I'UCK quicitiy wiui lut-- j put away toward a rainy day, and !tL4" lay uihT Ton my sons. only most lost sight of the fact that the To reduce tin amount of spreading Hnrry has Just secured a situation a r?r. r to the minimum It Is advisable to place after six months' agonized search for one. His salary Is half of that wo had tin gravel on (lit nine foot roadbed by dumplug two loads side by side, for twelvo years, and tho prlco of llv stringing them out Just far enough to Ing Is twice na great. Napoleon said Providence Is on the side of tho army make the required depth. Usually tho gravel should bo placed that has the biggest guns. In our on the road commencing at the end of country the Lord sides with those that the road ucarest tho gravel supply so havo tho most money.' "If 1 were to reveal tho secrets of the that the teams will aid In packing. As soon as thp thirty or forty rods of confessional in which scores of other gravel have been spread on tho rond women have poured out to mo tales It should be harrowed with n splko as Bad and misanthropy as bitter, this tooth harrow, preferably ono of tho would be n dark page. For tbem the lever type. If but few teams are haul- year of our Lord 1010 has been like ing tho burrow may bo used twice tho very valley of the shadow of dally Just before quitting tlmo at death. Would to heaven 1 could set every ono of tbeso upon tbo sunlit noon and again at night If a hundred yards or so of gravel peaks of Darlcn nnd turn tho wan aro hauled to tho road dally ono team eyes toward a brightening horizonl "To each my motherly counsel Is: should bo working on tho harrow all tho time. Tho harrowing should bo First and abovo all elso. hold fast to As your faith In tho Father's wisdom and dono tho samo for both courses. soon as the gravel has been well wet lovo for you you personally and InWith this persuasion by rains it should bo rolled with tho dividually! bound upon tho falling heart grasp best roller available. Gravel roads aro popular In Michi- tho 'next duty' with both hands and gan for tho following reasons: Because tako short views of life." GRAVEL ROADS WHAT MARION HARLAN SAYS. INFLAM NOWPOPULAR and legs, feelings, etc., or if you feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut and generally miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever after. dragging-dow- n 35 40 4(1 77 Ml 8 35 H 40 40 53 fS 57 fO 03 til 10 jl210imi .. ti ti - AHA I It LKWISI'OUT WAITMAN JIACKO PATHS - OtlTOII. ..OWKXSIIOIJO CON WAV I'lmuii. rn 20 u 3 50 u 12 8 53 ts 4a to fI ft" "n'oi" 3 45 "ra'S" "0 55 fl2 27 MATTIMJI.Y OltlKl'ITII KTANLV ... - NE W.MAN ItEEI) HEALS .. ro 1 7M 8 (I) 8 25 fl)2 Hi 13 t 1 "is 23 " rs to ts in t3 (3 to 18 "fo:u" 23 ft) 37 6 34 01 30 0 42 1 55 10 15 40 am 05 7 40 pm 3 HASKETT , HENDERSON . SlOTTSVIM.E EVANSVIM.E ST. LOUIS -- t7 59 ,0 3 04 2 35 00 pm 7 5t! 7 52 7 39 7 10 am 11 0 13 ft fit 07 2 53 5 55pm 2 30 S 34 am (3 ft 2a ft 21 ft ie "f" Stops on Signal. Where no time shown trains 1 MATION AND PAIN YOUNG GIRL'S COIFFURE. rains 14a and 146 curry free recllulng chair cars between Louisville and St, Louis, Pullman Local sleepor between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. 141 will stop at stations west of Governor! to HUr.li east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to dischargolpassengers from west of Cloverport. ixnot stop. ; J. " -- 1 1 - m vr-n- -- . bo-!fo- letter What to Do With Hair Beyond Bob bed" Age. Many mothers are puzzled these days to decide how to arrange tho hair of tho little daughter when she gets beyond the nge of "bobbi-dhair or curls tied with a bow. Simplicity and becoinlngness must both bo achieved and the tastes of the girl herself taken Into consideration For a young girl, say, from thirteen to fifteen years who is too tall to wear her hair hanging loose about the pret tlest and most becoming way of arranging It Is to divide the front and back hair to make a pompadour, hold In place by a bowknot of satin ribbon, the back part then caught Just In tho center nnd tied with a piece ot tape, the end again braided and the braid doubled back and caught Into the samo piece of tape with a ribbon tied over It In a pretty bow. By no means the least Important part of tho coiffure Is the tying of the hair ribbon. Nothing makes a young girl look so untidy as a hair ribbon not carefully tied or one that Is not a good color for tho gown with which It Is worn. .The method Just described of arranging the hair possesses the great advan tage that while It leaves the hair b- coinlngly loose nbout tho face the rib bon Is at tho same tlmo held securely and will not be constantly falling olT. as when It only catches the hair In the center of the back with nothing to keep It In place. " Hartford Line West Bound Second Class No. 9 No.- l Hast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 I Cetween irvlngton and Fordsville first Class First Class No. STATIONS No. 118 7 it: Mixed DaIv 0 45pm M 55 7 09 f7 20 s7 23 Frelg't JMly 'i "ally ex-Su- Pass. n Pass. Dally ex-hu- Sund'y Dally Only ex-Su- Kretg't Dally t. ex-Si- n n s7 n" T7 31 41 50 f7 57 sS 10 SS 19 ra 2 tS 30 tS 31 r 43 bS 49 8 55pm 8 30 8 55 II 20 9 30 0 (0 9 53 10 13 10 25 10 43 10 53 oo 11 10 11 20 11 30 11 33 11 50 am 8i5ara .sll 35 sll 10 ril 49 51 sll 0lpm tl lOara' Lv.IHVlNOTON.Ar HI I ..HA&IM . . -- Sl2 f 12 03 ii fl2 sl2 sl2 ri2 ri2 ri2 15 27 3S 40 45 50 112 50 s 1 00 KIHK McQUAIlY GLEN DEAN DEMPSTER .... UOCKVALE VANZANT ASKINS OAKS ELLM1TC1I - HAltNEI) JUNCTION ... HAHlJlNSHUHa JUNCTION .. Sl'KINU... UAICP1ELI) 10am 51 35 2U 17 11 1000am f 0 35 s 0 12 4 15am 15 r oj s2 f2 sS S2 s2 ri fI S1 S1 S1 f3 UlOgn 10 50 10 33 10 15 10 10 10 01 0 54 9 43 9 3J 9 31 9 2J 9 23 9 15 V 10 9 05 S N 8 53 SKIS f S 8 39 8 30 03 50 45 30 33 27 24 13 f 8 22 3 30 Ar EAKL'OTON.'Lv I'mtimvrr i t- 15am 8 10 8 05 h 00 f 7 54 f 7 50 f 7 45 S 7 35 7 30im s t 52 37 30 15 05 55 47 35 23 23 f 1 17 r i 13 f 1 03 H1 4Hl 00 12 50pm 5 45 UOUND WEST Between Dempster and Falls of Rough. !.'" Class KAST UOUND Second Class 7t ;!"' TIA1PTARIP irilU Tlmo went Mixed Monday. 27 25 26 Sunday, June Pa"enger Pawnger Intoeirect at 11:59pm 19, 1910, Passenger Pasaenger Dally oiu.s. T; r,r Class Second Class 'v Mixed Monday, WrlS'y .J5" Only 1 1 EP' Sunday 8 0 00 Dally STATIONS !Sutiday 3 35 8 15 Dally Except D lly Except Sunday 12 12 only 2 03 p m 23 43 p tn 12 30 p m i pi 12 50 p m 10am a ni Z . FALLS OK HOUGH DEilI'STEH u in a m 35 15 pm pm 148pm Real Estate Department you want to buy an' tellin? us us introduce you to tho man who has 1 1 The most common case of insomnia Is Do a farm or business ' It you do you disorders of the stomach. Chnuiberlaln's may find just what you need in this department. If you aro interestStomach and Liver Tablets correct these ed in of tho following proprieties write us at onco for owner's disorders and enable you to sleep. Ifor name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once sale by all dealers. AFRICAN LIONS. They Often Hunt In Couples to Start and Capture Their Prey. Lions In Africa go hunting often In couples nnd then ruther systematical ly. When, for instance, a couplo of Hons havo traced out n kraal that Is to say, a place fenced by small cut thorn trees, whero flocks of asses or oxen, goats or sheep aro Bhut up for tho night tho lioness approaches cau tlously, profiting by every treo or bush to hide herself. At tho samo tlmo tho Hon himself lies watching on tho op poslto in tho distance. Now tho lioness exerts herself to arouso tho cattle which Is not dllll cult, as they becomo excited merely by smelling a beast of prey till tho cattle aro tormented to tho utmost uy are looking for. Do You what you want and where you want it and lot thevery .property yo as being "We recommend tho following properties and fair in prlco. 3Prouctiv Want to Sell your farm or business? If yoM for your property, send price and description at once want cash and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for tho purposo of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sale Jno. Cn efl 07 acres, 3K milesthonorth of llurd-I'- ''' llrandenburg lnsburg, near ror D. Babbagei fear and horror, break through tho kraal ou tho sldo opposlto to tho lion ess and thus fall an easy proy to tho Hon. they aro durablo and satisfactory; thoy aro easily built and easily repaired, requiring no expensive machinery; because tho flrst cost Is low; because they draw a relatively largo or stato roward, frequently moro of their cost; because they aro a labor proposition from start to flnlsh and keep all tho money spent In their construction at homo. If you havo gravel, build a gravel road. one-third SOP flBAVSIi ROAD FABTItT COMl'AOTSD. BOTTOM 60BEHNKD QBAYKL BOAD. bet-M- . . m thtag which makes a gravel road r for Infanta and Children. than an earth road Is the pebbles real stones that It contains. TM KM Yon Hm Always Biutkt The most common material sought after for the bluder In gravel roads la Sears the elay. But considering all kinds of Signature weather, It Is probably the'pooreat cowan ting material we have. If present witch In excess of 30 per cent of the Chile's Endless Salt Mines. wmm It will make mud whenever there Chile has salt enough to supply the Ideal clay M a prolonged wet spall. gffiveta contain only enough elay to world for ages to come. It la found In eat the pebbles, with "ho free lumps. large bodies 96 per sent pure and only tech gravel are excellent for tke first needs grinding to be ready for table lAjw ea aaadjr soils, but saad graveto ih: of wt laj-e- w MtJNtkSk Ntoc fee ti r CASTOR A I Tho Hon chases his victim and throttles it by springing on its ueck or hla teeth Into this and Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind breast Tho biting animal falls, and part. hunted pyles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chron- tho Hon now tears open tho flanks. ic cases soon releived, finally cured, Tho lioness appears uud has her sharo of tho meal. Very often thoy canuot All druggists sell it. dovour their victim In ono night; then thoy como back to tho placo whero tho remains uro on tho following or tho For Peace Only. second night. is well known that tho Friends It Tho lion's favorito food is zebra, havo always been dovoted to tho prin- quagga (of which theco aro fow loft ciples of peace. As they had a conAfrica) and wild nss. Tho meat of trolling lulluenco in tho public affairs in theso three kind of animals is someof Nantucket, thcro was no military thing alike tn taste. organization on that Island for soveral generations, now tho matter was Doan's Regulets cure constipation managed Is told by the author of without gulping, nausea, nor and weak, "September Days on Nautucket." Whonovcr military companies came euing effect. Ask your druggist for to tho Island for a holiday young wo- them, 25ceuts per box, men thronged tho windows and waved handkerchiefs, but there was no rise To Serve at Teas. of military ambition in the town. A new delicacy to servo at teas InOnce a coterie of youug men formed a stead of the inevitable sandwich is a training company and sent to Boston round cracker spread with cottage for equipments, but their elders com- cheese, as If it were butter, and with pelled tbem to make the flrst article of a maraschino cherry placed in the their constitution read, "This company middle. It la easy to make and shall be dtebasded immediately la oaae war-"- ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms und side room; good stable; 3 tobacco barns j 3 tenant house. I'lonty or good timber tor farm purposes, road. Well watered, plentv ot timber Improvements. Double Log bouse, small good fund to clear. Price 2,000 H cash. stable, (loo J rich laud. Hue for Hurley tobacco. Terms easy. For lurtlier Infornm. A farm Containing 250 acros I), ltabbage, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SaLE fence. A nice cottage cf and tlon under Are 151 rooms, two cisterns, u walled collar with a store room over It, two good stock barns "i(fi HO acres, Smiles from Guston. bouso about JJOjOUU 3 miles from Irvluctonj well ono tenant pears, ;nuluces 500 apple and peach uuduprtcots; trees, also watered; lays well: good young orchard; good ull kluds of small fruits, including u most nlca timber ; ou rural route ; school bouso tow yards vluyard ot choicest grupes; 200 acres clewed, Iron tiousa: Improvements; good four room balance lu woods. 125 ucros lu grass; several dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two grovesof black locust sulllclont for pasts to good birns; barn and tenent house und cis- wlru tho whole farm In. It lies near Elcron tern back lu tho Held; meat and ben house; onL. II. & St. L. It. It. prlco Is 5,000 oc woodshed; will selloueusy paymontsi plenty long and easy payments. ot small fruit. Further particulars address a druggist Jno. V. Babbago, Oloverport, Ky. FOU SALE A splendid stand forsurrounded physician In a good town by good, prosperous farmers. This Is Just physician to step four C9 nnfk For ISO acres miles mllesjwost ot the placo tor some young good drug business. rrom branch into a good practice und a Qlondeane, 3 railroad; all Iresh land; 100 ucres In cultiva- An old established physician wants to retlr tion; 50 acres lu grass; will produce tbo best Is the reason tor selling. For further particcorn, wheat and tobacco lu neighborhood; ulars address JNO. U. BA1IHAOE, Clove-por- t, Ky. plenty lasting water, well at door of dwell 4)tuuo Tho only show them and koop after tho poison until you get tho monoy in your pookot-booIt's tho samo way with everything elso you have to talk about it boforo you can soil it and tho best way to bo heard is through tho homo paper. Put an ad. in tho want column at lc a word, an ad. in tho locals at lOo a lino and you will soil that old stovo, that baby buggy or gasolino This can bo dono through clothes? your tried to HAVE you over soli thomsoli to talk about thorn, is way you can old k. on-gin- o. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS - E- X- 8TOME3 WMTTF.N Uirinn Uaifhirhnlf Notary Public mniiuii iiuhiiigiiiuii) Cloverport, 0 Kentucky Writes Of Travels Through Texas, California, Colorado, Utah And Ne While The Press Thunders I1Y rKarrrieps Bank, HARDINSBURG, KY. - LOUISE Oklahoma. Breck-enridg- of-thi- s An apology for a poorly tailored suit, a back number hat, etc., merely calls People. attention to them. Tho best way to make people forget your old rags, get them to talking about their own togs Mr. John D. Habbage. Sir nnd Brother Frieml: En- and nine limes out of ten, they will Dear Dirt, closed Is $1.50 for which send my never give yours a thought. though, uncleanliness, Is what you can't Breckenridge News. Would like to write to my old friends keep people from noticing. It Is just Living like nn Ink spot on an Interesting In BreckenrldRe county often. near Walter, Oklahoma, for the past letter. four years. I decided to go farther ooo west and on the 20th of December last, E. A. Jonas writes "Through His myself and family bought tickets to Spectacles" In The Louisville Times Grants Port, Oregon, thinking I would that the word looney is used now Inlike the coast country. By not staying stead of e. Thanks to Mr. long one may judge how we liked it. Jonas, for who wants to be called a bug We went north from Walter, Okla., to house? Anyone would rather bo a Mcfarland, Kansas, then west to Color- looney I ado Springs, through Grand Cannon nnd Soldier Summit to the great Salt Lake City through the greater portion "I am not trimming my summer country. Look like It would e bug-hous- Meet Former clothes much, it is too hard on our ", remarked a young woman recently. Isn't that genuine washer-woman- Capital Stock, Surplus, . . $15,000.00. $6,000.00. religion? Fire and Plate Glass Insurance ooo This Bank was examined December 15th, by tho State Bank Examiner and Board of Directors. Dish washing makes the hands soft Not a speck of cold and smooth. cream have we used this winter and washing the dishes has fallen our lot every day except Monday and Tuesday since Mildred went to college. OFFICERS: Jno. D. Manillas Miller. President; W. C. K. Barnes, t; Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' oxpeiicnco in tho execution of Shaw, Cashier; Z. Ilcndrick, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: Alvin Skillman, Dr. Wm. L, Milncr, A. R. Kinclicloe, A. C. Glasscock V. ooo Arugus, of The Louisville Herald, it is said, knows more men than any newspaper man in Kentucky. His column, ."Side Glances" verifies the fact, J. Guthrie, Houston Alexander, J. W. Tcaff. GRACE GEORGE ooo A young man is so changeable in the spring time; one day his fancy lightly turns'to thoughts of love, the next day seriously to thoughts of a new suit! Deeds, Mortgages, ConAt Masonic Theater In Louisville -- Breckenridfc County People Will Enjoy Seeing" The Most Charm- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for First-class ooo make a Jack Rabbit hustle to thrive. When we got into Sacrement Valley It After we left looked much better. Sacremento and traveled north it was over and through mountains to Grants There we found It Port, Arizona. either raining or snowing all the time we were there except two days. On our return we boarded the Southern Pacific train to Los Angeles, Cal., coming south through California. We saw some fine country and some not so good. There we stayed a few hours with mv wife's nelce, Mrs. Jordan W. Adkisson. From there wo came East and through Southern New Mexico and south-weTexas, to Sanantonia three months, and east to Durant, Okla., where we found quite a lot of old Kentucky folks, Haynes and Short, formerly of Cloverport, D. G. Harned, Art Goodman, Ed. Goodman and many others whom we had formerly known in Kentucky and old Breckenridge county. Any my friends who wish to write me, address me at Albany. Okla. Would be glad to hear from any of my st v HALF MINUTE TALKS WITH OUR v In Anglo-Saxo- Work ing Of All that her former plays havo set. The stage settings, to use theatrical parlance, are all interior, which gives Mfss George an abundant opportunity to display in several gowns the artistic ideas of some of the French dressmakers, and those who have seen her In former plays appreciate with what dainty grace and charming effect she wears these effective creations. Stars "which Ia"our""frozcn." CORRESPONDENTS paper worker for a mistake made impulsively. Anyway just keep writing about their trips, otj never put your In Icelandic It became "frjosa," In "rrysa" nnd In Danish Swedish "fryse." In tho Lntln the original "p" sound Is rctnlned In "prulna," meaning hoarfrost, nnd in "prunn," signifying n burning coal. Hero wo see united two apparently opposite meanings growing out of tho old root "prus." Now York Herald. Two Men. WEAK, WEARY WOMAN Lnst week the letters from Tobinsport and Lodiburg were loft on the hook with a lot of other live copy because half the office force was off. There is a good reason whenever your correspondence falls to appear. So forgive us and you will as it shows narrowness and ignorance not to. Sometimes, you will find that the most Intelligent and best educated people will never forgive an editor or news No. C, personal feelings in your news letters, Learn to forgive and the news items will make you forget. It was fine to hear from Vanzant, Raymond, Mooleyvllle and Union Star. If you know of any couple to marry soon ask them for the announcement of their engagement. A. L. B. 'Sauce for the Goose," which Grace George will present at the Shubert Masonic Theatre, Louisville, for three days with a matinee Wednesday beginning Mond.13' night, March 13, Is a comedy that is at once an affirmation of woman's rights and a declaration that neglected wives are no longer going to suffer in silence or be satisfied with verbal protests. Hence it cannot but attract the suffragist or even suffragette. What Is yet more assertive, it holds the mirror up to mere man and teaches him that when, the situations are reversed, ho just as readily responds to the original inclination of his heart as does the proverbial woman. Here tho author touches a chord that will redress tho old awry balance and may help towards a better understanding between gay husbands and revolting wives. Miss George makes the role of Kitty Constable one of absorbing interest. Her interpretation, always so highly artistic, is full of delicate touches that always appeals to the eye and ear. The play itself is thoroughly refined and artistic and is up to the high standard Learn The 'Cause Of Daily Woes And End Them. When tho back aclies and throbs, When housework is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in Women's lot is a weary one, There is a way to escape these woes. "FREEZE" These AND "BURN." Rc-o-t Two Words Had a Csmmon old friends. Rev. G. E. Morris, Albany, Okla. Children Cry CASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S Parent In One Aryan Wo are likely to consider "freeze" aud "burn" ns two distinctly opposite effects, but If, fur n simple experiment, you will touch your tongue to a bit of heated Iron and to a bit of Iron that la extremely cold the effects, ns shown In the blisters produced nnd In the sensation of the contacts, will be found to be surprisingly alike. It Is doubtful if our Aryan ancestors when they were planting the seed of the Enclish nnd Its sister lflnjmjgea A feeble man can see the farms that fenced and tilled, the houses that are built. The strong ninu sees the possible houses and farms. Ills eye tnougnt or tno scientific relations oT makes estalis ns fast ns the sun breeds what wo call hent and cold, but they clouds. Emerson. gave to us the root "prus," which they got out of tho sensations produced by High Class. burning and freezing. As usunl, Aryan Teacher What class of birds does roots beginning with the "p" sound the hawk belom; to. Tommy? Tommy change It to "t" on the tongues of Birds of prey. Teacher Now, Johntho Teuton; bo with these our more ny, to what Hns docs the quail bemodem ancestors "prus" became long? Johnny Birds on toast. Chica"frus." nnd from it came our "freeze" go News. and "frost." 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