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The Breckenridge news: March 29, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911032901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 29, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT. TO PRINT VOL. XXXV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, HARCH 29, IQII, AND 8 Paee No. 38 Lewisport, ordered 5000 produce slips, Thev nre very complete nnd anyone in the produce business would like them. .wave-OOO CHILDREN BURN. J. E. Keith & Son have decided to stay in Cloverport and will put In Horrible Death of Former Kings- - machinery at their rnonutt.ent shop. Mr. Krlth had some new stationery Family-Li- ved marie last weekvwith Cloverport on the wood Preacher's letter heads. MRS. BRIDGES " GREAT SHOCK WAS MRS. JOUTS III DEATH S0L0J0JLARKS0N She Had Been of Only Pneumonia-Di- ed a Week Farmers' Union Has Meeting at ThurS' Harned-G- et Fair Prices for O'clock-Fune- ral ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The official Government teats show Royal Baking Powder to be an absolutely pure and healthful grape cream of tartar baking powder, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. With no other agent can biscuit, cake and be made pure, healthful and delicious. so hot-breads ho Hmn hp diar.nvarpd i The Bank of Hardimburg nnd Trust C mpany had 1000 enclosure blanks and Home. 1000 collection blanks printed. The News office takes great pride in Its RIGIN OF FIRE UNKNOWN. bank work OOO Note heads, letter heads and memoKy., March 27. The Harrodsburg, randum heads can be priqted at $1.5, $1.75 up to 53.00 and higher, for 500. O UIi Lilt! ll'd rillll LllWII . ... n i Envelopes are $1 50 und 2 for 500. w 1111. CAUVSUb 1H UC9L UVUU U r. nicht nnil his' daughter. Mrs. Samples will be mailed on request. jthor Bridges, and three small chil- 000 C. S. Thornsberry, of Lewisport, had rrnn rnmu w a r :i h hi i .iiil. n i 5000 tickets printed to use with his par r niilsvllln. ware burn d to death premiums In his mercantile store. It is not known how the fire origlna- OOO The First State Bank, of Irvlngton, ordered note heads, the first new ones since J. C. Payne succeeded H. H.KemI tl J f lTnl -J Mkloltnr flhnllh per as cashier. ll. tr.Lni Lilt: nuiuiiucu n iiiavi iiik I Near Harrodsburg Rev. Bridges Away From 000 day Morning at 10 All Grades-Deliv- ery to Be Held Saturday Afternoon at Irvington. EASTERN STAR OFFICIATES. ALL be Made April 3. UNIONS REPRESENTED. I 1111 a 1 1 :it I V. I I fci w 1111 ii i 11 V. 1 I the fire. c He at - , 000 OOO Iivingtou Pharmacy must have a ladder. little mail order business of its own. Mrs. Bridges and the two oldest 2000 envelopes Snapper were sent MAAn.rtr n nnlfknf .U. , ' me wmuuw them this month. room upstairs, came to 000 and a ladder was nurrteaiy taKen 10 Public Service Bond is the handsomout oerore me men cuuiu tne Winaow, get tnem tney naa gone oacn in me est envelope sent out of the News office. room and- - were not seen again. The 1000 were made for G. W. Eskridge, of remainder of the family escaped in Sample, with 1000 letter heads to match. their night clothes. The Rev. Luther Bridges, the OOO Methodist evangelist, husband Ed. Alexander, always wants to add of Mrs. Bridges, was in Mlddlesboro a little more to what he has and had at the time and was at once apprised 2,"50 posters made from his "Wonderful of the tragic death of his wife and White Sale" ad. children, and said he would leave last OOO night. He is expected "to reach here L McGavock always has his own late this afternoon. The charred remains were being private stationery and usually orders it the last envelope The taken from the debris this morning and before printed 5OO Successis gone. latefor him be taken to the home of Mr. Lil- - News w.ll :'la$d, nearby, where the homeless fam ly. OOO ily is being cared for. Mr. Veach is f fho u'onlhhlBstfanncrs and Siloc'k i Julian H Brown, the cash merchant, men of this county, and his residence of Cloverport, never-use- s a letter head, k was one of the most beautiful country but he makes envelopes, and the best kind, fly like feathers He just puts a gnomes in this section check' In an envelope and .ends it off Mlddlesboro, Ky., March 27 The without a note or word. He ordered Rev. L. B. Bridges, State evangelist 1000 Public Service Bond recently. of the M. E. Church, South, received a 000 telephone message frcm Mr. Brown, the baker, believes in 1 o'clock this morning Harrodsburg at poster advertising and had 1000 kicked stating that his wife and three children off this month. had been burned to death at tne home OOO of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. J. W. Teaff, of Hardinsburg, had a Veach, two miles froui Harrodsburg. Mr. Bridges and the children were supply of pretty stationery made, InI'sleerjlncr in an UDser chamber and all cluding note heads and envelopes. means of escape were cut off when the 000 fire was discovered. Julius Nolte, a member of the Board f Mr. Bridges had just closed a very of Stewarts for the Methodist church is ("successful protracted meeting at the compelled to resort to printers ink to Methodist church of this place. He left aid him In collecting the preacher's ';for Richmond, accompanied by the salary. This month he had printed IRev. C. K. Dlckev and John Owsley, cards to notify the members to pay their Hills morning. At Richmond they will church dues. k take an automobile for Harrodsburg. a- r. wnn wprn nnrrhmrn ? i . i .- - ! 1 l.J J. M. Howard, of Glen Dean, sent In it. .........an order for 500 shipping tags. hi ppriini" UDSLiiirs .U.rt.nail 1 ! 1 .1 . I I well-know- n After a week's illness of pneumonia Mrs. Lydia M. Jolly died In Irvington last Thursday morning. Her death was a great shock to her immediate family as well as her friends and rela- ti es over the county. The funeral was held Saturday af ternoon at the Methodist church by Rey Mr. King. The services were conducted at the grave by the mem bers of the Eastern Star, and were beautiful and Impressive. Those who conducted the services were: Mrs. Richard Carman, W. M.; Z. T. Stlth, W. P,; Mrs. Finis Claycomb, A. M.; Mrs. Charles Gross, Adah; Miss Bulah Payne, Ruth; Mrs. Owen Casey, Esther; Miss Marguerite Stlth, Mar tha; Mrs. H. B. Head, Electa; Mrs. Wade Drury, Treasurer; Mrs. Z. T. Stlth, Secretary; Mrs. Gilbert Kasey, Warden; Charles McCoy, Sentinel. The were: Minor P. Payne, Charles McCoy, Hon. Charles Blanford, Wade Drury, Richard Car man, Chester Wilson. Mrs. Jolly was the wife of Senator R. M Jolly, deceased. She was a woman most active In church and so t cial circles, and during years was engaged In business. Her life was a complete example of unselfishness. She was-- woman lovely and kind, and sacrificed herself for her family: She leaves one daughter, Miss Claire Jolly, and three sons, Edwin, Louis and Morris Jolly. She was the daughter of pall-bearers The tobacco unions from all sections of Breckenrldge county met last Wednesday at Harned for the purpose of confirming or rejecting sales of Hurley and red tobacco made by selling committee. The contract was awarded to Ben Clarkson at the following prices: Grades. Lugs Leaf. Trash. A B C 12 10 0 7 " V 6 i :i 3 i n E F 0 Hall Beaten 5,4 3 2 o 2 1; 2 A, 7; B, 5; C, tips, 3; trash. 2, Grades. . AO B D PRYOR. Lugs. Leaf. 7 72 6 S .1 1 1 Trash. 2 1 Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking powder in the world. It makes pure, clean, healthful food. Royal Cook Book 800 Receipts Free Send Name and Address, 5" Leaf. 9 VA 6 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ONE SUCKER. Grades. A B C D Lugs. 7 6 5 3 3 Trash. 2 o Mr. aud Mrs. A. 13 Cashinati and two charming daughters moved into the itlaiue property 011 Main Street last ABE LANDERS IN her-las- week. Mr. CashniHii, wli.) ca tie irom Union The delivery will begin April 3. and Star wher- - he foruieily worked for D will be finished by June 1, 1011. At S. Richardsun, is now einuloyed a frvington 200,000 pounds of Burley salesman for Mr. W. J. Sehopp at th s will be delivered; 400,000 pounds Ht place. We are glad to have two Mich Garfield; 100,000 at Harned; the le good people as Mr, ai.d Mrs. C a simian W. Williams, of Mt. Vernon. mainder, about ')00,000 pounds, at Har- with Uf. Mrs. N. 111., and was fifty-fou- r Mr. Cash man is a steady aud indusyears of age. dinsburg. The dark tobacco amounting to 500,-0- trious man, and will make got, t wherHer old home was near Hardinsburg, i pounds, will be delivered at Kirk, ever he gots, while Mit-- . and before her marriage she was a estimable young woman, a model wi e Jolly Station and Hardinsburg. Miss Hensley. house-keepeaud t eir new home The death of Mrs. Jolly is keenly The prices were satisfactory to the aud alreudy shows stgus of improvement and by the citizens of Irvlngton. felt tobacco growers. her cleanliness. E 4 a 00 Cis-linu11 r, 5S COUNTY JAIL Trimmed Up Speck Beavin Last Saturday Afternoon-W- ill Be Of Will-60 Held Until Before BEAVIN May Term Court When. His Case Grand-Jur- y CRITICALLY ILL REVIVAjJEGINS Easter at Methodist PEANUTS SALES OF REAL ESTATE IRVINGTON . 4" long-distan- Churc- h- And How To Raise Them Is Told Rev. Mr. Brown, of Glasgow, By Hugh H. Grinstead In The to Assist in Services. Hodgensville Herald Albeit and Everett Aihcral t.of Irvington, b ugl-- t the Will Giiirier house and six lots at $807.50 for the dwelling and $."82.f 0 for the six lots, sold at comniis-iuner- s "vile. r 000 Dr. J. C. Tucker, of McDaniels, Rev. Bridges lived at Klngswood for family is well re- 200 telephone lists made for the some time and his Daniels Exchange Company. The membered there. zens of that place have their own vate line through the community. had Mc citl prl UNDER OUR OWN ROOF 000 Statements for S. H. Johnson, of Irvlngton, and 1000 for Star Roller Mills, were made the third day of ffL L. A. Jolly, of Irvlngton, had 500 March. ifpacket Glengary note heads printed. r W. B. Phelps, dealer in fresh water The Glengary Is a slick paper, ruled shells, pearls and slugs, had some ex 'and very popular. cellent stationery made the first of the 000 The best is always the prettl ' K. B. Blaine, of Stephensport, had month. est. . This Is 500 Success envelopes printed. fa splendid envelope at $1.50 for 500. 000 He had 500 statements printed also. Miss Jennie Pauline Moorman order ed 50 engraved curds last week to be 000 W. S. Ashby took to his Nursery the made in Old English. These with plate ether day 500 shipping tags with the are $2.50 in the newest style of card. 000 , Sunday morning Rev. Lewis an A few ytrs aii it was thought that nounced the annual Methodist revival peanuts or "G'jotiern" as they 11 re called to begin Easter. Rev R. T. Brown, in the south, coul l be raised only in the n a young minister of Ken- southern states, but now it known tucky, and pastor of the Glasgow that they do fairly well as far is noith as Methodist church, will assist in the Iowa. services. The best variety to plant so f.ir north is the Spanish which grows in a bunch, Help the Negroes. cun be plauted closer together and maThe Cloverport News has a timely tures eirlier and more even thau the article on "The Negro as an Asset in old Virginia varities. The soil best Breckenridge County," in which it suited to the growth of peauuts is sandy says many klud things of the negro of or warm and well drained. should not be planted till the that section whose condition is con stantly improving. It is gratifying to ground is warm, about the same time note the complimentary words of our you would plant melons. I'repare the esteemed contemporary. If negroes ground well and drop the seed two In a were shown more consideration gen- hill fourteen inches apart tor the buqch erally, we believe It would be profit kind and ab.ut twenty inches apait for able to the white poople who should the vine kinds usually grown .11 the give them every encouragement to south. They should be kept clean. It Is not make good citizens of themselves. W. necessary to cover the vines with dirt P. Walton in Lexington Herald. in order to get it to form nuts as wus once done for the vines will throw out Interior Improved. The dry goods and grocery depart runners on which the uuts foim by ment of J, C. Nolte & Bro. have been little roots running iu the ground. I never saw a peatint plant quit bear very with new wall well-know- I.ee Walls, Commissioner, sold the 1'rakes tarm near Irvington last S:tur day for 54775.50 to J. W. and II. A Ater, o I.odihurg. Mr. Frnkt-- paid 53.500.0.1 for this place several yrars Real estate (.eeuis to be a good dgi investment iu and mound Irvington Leave Next Week. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Murray aremak ing arrangements to leave next week for Williamson, W. Va., to make their home. Silver Tea. Abe Landers wms before Judge W1II9 on Moml m , charged with cutting Bud Beavin with a knife. The iiffiay last Saturday al 0 111 aliout four o'clock on the main stiet uf the town, fin-- drew a huge ootid. B a"i)i and Lauder were both rlllei upon lad whiskey arid got into a fiulit. lleavin s.iid toinuthit.g to Landers that didn't tt well and he hit him in the fice with a tin bucket; then Beavin landed one on Landers jaw and this time quits knocked him down. a crowd ha 1 aud the combatants we e on the ground. Landers drew his knife und went to work on Beavius face, inflicting several .laugerous wounds CMie went lo the bone, laying his jnw open. By 111 in time fome one took Landtr away, leaving Beavin on the ground, bleeding like a cut hog. He was taken to Dr. Simons infirmary where his w iiiicIh were dressed, and at this writing he is at home in a critical condition. Landers was taken to jail at Hardins burg to await the action of the grand Ui-11- 000 The Ladles Home Journal if you buy 000 it by the copy costs $2.40 a year; $1.50 if you take a year's subscription. How Morr hnt snmft Attractive nflvertlslrnr much cheaper it is this way and you .. 1. min riiu nri ri ium wcck. nut i u vfi v are certian then to get every copy . twice a month. Miss Mayme DeHaven v navia uuDUiGULiicu l was greatly surprised last week when News for the stfine price. News- - we told her the Saturday Evening Post uir nrlvarflslnc Is what counts. was only $1 50 a year. She thought it was $3 00 and had cheated herself out OOO K. A. Rees, of Irvlngton.had twenty- - of that splendid magazine for sometime. sale books made last week. No 000 . mam nFCtt f ha iirl. lirM.fr .(.la l. We ordered the Munsey magazine a year for J. Byrne Severs last week. We can order any magazine and glad to do OOO D, ttud J, W. Hayden & Co., of it for you. 1 11 1 .1 1 1 rn 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 made attractive paper and fresh interior decorations. ing; like the cottou plant they have The business houses of Cloverport are fruit of all stages of growth when the all undergoing a lot of spring cleaning crop is harvested aud of course the long er the sesson the larger the crop. As soon as there is danger of frost the Mr. Brock a Visitor vines should be pulled up. A fork at the News Office. should be run under the hill loosening C, Brock, managing editor the ground so all the uuta may be pull Cleveland of the Fourth District Leader, and ed up with the vine. The vines may Venrida Brown, of Hardinsburg. were be allowed to reuialu iu the field If the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harda-wa- weather is good, or they may be taken Mr. Brock compli to the barn and the nuts picked off at Saturday. mented the Breckenridge News with a any time. If the vines ire uot allowed to get visit to the office. He entered news wet they make excellent hay. There paper work last January and is very will be many cuIU or imperfect nuts much interested in it. (hat are worth nothing aud should be left on the vine for the stock. Card of Thanks. A pound of nuts from any good seed We desire to extend our thanks to mau will plant enough for home use. our friends and neighbors, and es- They are a healthful food and contain pecially to Dr. Wm Mllner, for the much nourishment. Hugh H, kindness shown us during the illness aud death of our dear husband and father, George McCubblns. ' Cashman's Welcome Mrs. McCubblns and Children, Staph' Stepheusport.Ky., March 28 (Special) ensport, Ky. y ' jury. The Ladies Missionerv Society of the Baptist church gave a charming recepWent to Hardinsburg. tion in the church parlor Tuesday afterHardinsburg, March 25. (Special.) noon and was continued during the Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Tanner, of evening. The affair was delightful and Cloverport, chaperoned a jolly party realized a neat sum of money. of twelve boys and girls who came up Friday night from Cloverport to attend the entertainment given lor the benefit Sherman Ball Resigns. of the High School. The members of Frankfort, Ky., March 29. W. Sher- the party were: Kuther Pate, Virman Ball today resigned as Assistant ginia and Leonora McCnvock, Claudia Secretary of State, to accept the Pate, Dwlght Randall, Martha Miller, of Hardinsburg, his resigna- Susette Sawyer, Andrew Ashby, Annie tion to take effect April 1. Ball has Mabel Kramer and Harold Murray. been Assistant Secretary of State for over a year, and before occupying that Goes to Henderson. desk had charge of the banking departRev. Frank Farmer, who has re ment in the office of Secretary of State. Hardinsburg, and on his signed from the Cloverport Baptist He is from return there he will form a law partner- church, has accepted a call from the ship, devoting i.uch time as will not In- Cash Creek Baptist church at Henderterfere with His duties as postmaster to son. the practice of law. Owns Seven Mills. Dr. Bruner has not appointed Ball's successor, but will do so the latter part E. T. Marlow, of Monterey. Tenn., of the week. He said he would not was at Patesvllle last week to have announce the appointment for several monuments placed at the graves of his days. parents at Patesvllle. Mr. Marlow is making a success in the lumber business aud owns seven ip saW-mill- Grin-stea- The only man I can make d. como uoros3 is Ferryman "Wood Weathorholt ovor the rivor. Have Scarlet Fever. and Mary Whitehead, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Whitehead, have scarlet fever. Mabel the-twl- llov, L. S. Saudors. DR. H. J. BOONE llr5 Permanent Dr. Owen's Onice, Main Hours: 8 to 12 .1. m. 1 to G Dentist Street . EXCLUSIVE HATS For Women aund Young Girls e Notice I At a mooting' of tho directors of the First Sfatc Bank of Irvincrton. Kv.. held Aiiireli l mil Iff. tlin iiiirlfirLinrnitrl constituting n majority of said director.-- , request tho president and cashier to sign n contract with tho Secretary of State, to havo a Stato Hank Examiner to examine this bank according to the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State. W. J. Pisrgott m. , Cloverport, Ky. NEW I J Are Graciously Shown at the Millinery Shop of Livery Stable Stephensport, Ky. g ALICE B. HICKEY Fourth Avenvie STEPHENSPORT JOHN ! ar af- Jno. K. Wimp I New Rigs, New Horses, New Stable. Open for the Public Near Louisville Kentucky A i v J. Minor P. Payne C. Payno C. M. McGlothlan I I , Spring Fancy. O'JONNELL the Depot, j ?l If you havo tiny riding or driving to do, or if you want Feed of any kind, we can furnish you. llft ill Unnflln Inn nlnn Your patronage will he appreciated. I I $ $ THOS. W. SMITH, Proprietor. jStephensport, Ky. Rev. J. E. Hughes, of Kingswood, preached two very interesting sermons at the M. E. church Sunday. Morris Beard, of Hardlnsburg, was In town Monday. California Is visiting S. I. Barkley, his brother, Geo. Barkley. ft Miss Irene McCoy began a term of She has a nice school here Monday. little school and we wish her much success. Mrs. S. H. Dix spent a few days in the country the first of the week, the guest of her brother, P. D. Hawkins and family. R. A. Smiths was in Louisville last week on business. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodibttrg, was nere triuay mgnt ana nuenueu the Chapter of the Stephensport O. E. S. Oscar Black, of Addison, was initiated. Mrs. Rosa Hanks, of Cloverport, was the guest of friends here Friday and f Announces Ills Initial Opening of The woman who In keen on bargains enn ptit to use every "mnrkod down" she picks up nowml.i.vs and Incorporate it In her sprlnjr and summer costumes, for it Is to bo n seiiHon of combltin tlons both In trimming mid fabrics. frock Ih not smart made of In Hhort, 11 4th Annual Gra MILLINERY Perfect Tailored Hats Distinct Styles ft ( 9 son County Fair Leitohfield, Ky." Appropriateness Elegant Quality Moderate Prices 4--DAYS--4 You are cordially invited to sec our full lino i August 15, 16, 17 IMS J.T.O'CONNELL Cloverport Kentucky , 1 i Stock t J r. ft! Work it V W OurSpecialty Saturday. L. D. Fox went to Hardinsbnrg Mon. day on business. Mrs. Pearl Hargis, of Derby, was the guest of Mrs. G. V. Payne Sunday. Lewis Perkins, of Louisville, was the guest of J. W. French last week. S. Blitz and sister, Miss Lillie, of Louisville, were guests of their sister, Mrs. J. V. Schopp, Sunday. Bvron Beauchamp and wife have moved to Cloverport and family have Sam Thompson moved in the property vacated by Byron Beauchamp. Mrs. E. T. Connor is able to be up after several davs illness. Mrs. America Bell md children ""vi.sit- ed at Holt Sunday. If the best Is not too good for you, Lewisport Bast Hour is tns Hour you ought to use. and J. C. W. BOIILER 18, 1911 L. DENT, Secretary J. W. PATE THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Consumption and Poverty. MARION WEATIIERHOLT 'ft 1 'f, j The News' .lol .Rooms are prepared to get out By DR. OSCAR II UOfjrCRS Mr. Charles (tooth In Ills notable study of poverty as lie found it In the city ot London estimates that 00 pel eni t all chronic poverty Is caused by III health. It would lie n most In- Bonier and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving 1 I 8 Stock Bills, Sale Bills, The wo-- l common ei-- nf insm ct -- in .s Folders, Etc, short notice. We have a ft g'od lino of stock cuts. Mail ft orners mven hestnt attention on disorders 1 f the ttninach. Chutnbrrl du's Stomach and Liver I'n ihese ili orders an I elMble yo to ! p. I' it h.le by ull dealer-- . 1 teresting study to determine by careful research iiow large a proportion of this ill health which causes poverty Is due to consumption alone If :to per cent of the deaths hiiioiik our adult population taken as a whole, are due to lulicrctilnsls may we not sn. llial al least .Ml per cent of dent lis among the very poor are due lo that disown Impression is ease? that that estimale Is not too high, thai consumption and chronic poverty constitute a vicious circle, each reacting so as to produce the other, and that no real progress may lie made In our campaign unless we somehow manage lo break this vicious circle I wish to strongly urge this point of view, that our campaign must be directed against the tuberculosis of the very poor Poverty nnd Ignorance unite to produce tliwo conditions which favor the spread of consumption. Consumption contributes mightily to the pov-ert- y and Ignorance nmong us. ELECTION UNITES BROTHERS. I The Breckenridge Cloverport, Ky News You are Proud of Your Wife and Children Why don't you bring them I to mo to lie photographed? will give you a picture that will make you prouder still. Brabandt Studio Cloverport, Ky. Will be in Irving-ton, Ky. April 6. 7 and 8 Pictures Enlarged Amateur Finishing: Railroad President and Bricklayer Em brace After Fifty Years. "Charley, do you remember the time I tool; .vni on horseback to the dentist nnd yon had a tooth pulled?" nsked John Miirklium. ;in ued bricklayer of Ilopk-lnsvlllKy.. of Charles Mark ham. new president of the Illinois Con tral railroad, when they met In Mem phis recently for the tirst time since boyhood. The railroad president replied. "Yes, I do. nnd you are my lonj lost brother." IVJtu this query and nnswer the brothers clasped each other nnd tears (lowed, .loliu Markbam had not seen his brother since he left him to join the army in the civil war. John .Mnrklmm did not know anything about the whereabouts of his brother until the Intter was elected head of the Illinois Central. lie at once They Always Have. "Do you think that your speeches got In touch with him. nnd the Mem phis moetltif: was arranged, will echo down the corridors or time?" "I don't know nbnnt that." replied When vou have rlieuninlis"i in your the energetic statesman, "but I'm sure foot or instep, apply Chmberlain's Lini some of my comic anecdotes will conment aiii you will ijet quick relief. It tinue to do so."- - Washington Star. costs but a quarter. Why suffer?' For Vinegar. sale by all dealers. The ancients accredited great nnrJ- septle power to vinegar and used It to X Rays For Pearl Oysters. n large extent for this nurnose nor- A new use for X rays tins been wlthstundlng Its high cost. This qual ascertain whether there Is a pear in an oyster. It not the oyster ity was greatly overrated. can be put back into the sea so na to In these times wo tight for Ideas. continue to grow and give It another and newspapers nre our fortresses. chance. Heine. MKK Ok' OUK11N A.M WHITE KOOftAItU, Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anylhing in our line. the skirt Is of green and white foulard. the silk appearing In various trimming touches on the tunic of pale green chif fon veiling pale gray satin. Hows of green and silver trimming braid show through the green chiffon, nnd silver gimp edges the foulard trimmings. The turban is of pale gray straw lu n now shape which plainly displays the face nnd hair. Silver trim ming and green plumes artistically trim one sute oi uie creation. Dyspepua is America's curse Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia evetv time. It drives out impurities, t aes the stomach, restores perfect ingestion, normal weight, and good health. one material, but must show at least three or four different fabric?! In Its makeup. The stunning model of foulard pic tured Is an up to date Instance of the combination fad. The lower part of m. Estimates on Application - HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL at lowess market prices, also Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, NOTICE Please do not ask us to publish card of thanks, resolutions or obituaries free Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind pyles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chron ic cases soon releived, finally cured. All druggists sell it. Bran and Brick. At the Depot .... Hardinsburg, Ky. H.1 ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER j Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lino. Ploaso do not send obituaries to tho News without expecting to pay for tho publication of this kind of matter. Every Farmer as well as Every B usiness Man 1 Should Have a Bank Account our ,lU),1y sfer n lno unk than anywhere olso. Paying your bills by check is tho simplest and most convenient method. Your check becomes a voucher for the debt it pnvfs Monoy in tho 'It gives you p betlcr standing with business men. bank strengthens your credit. 'A bank account teaches, helps and encourages you tosavo. YTbis bank does all tho IfYour bank book is a record of your business. KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY BeCaUSe . Z book-keepin- g. We J EXAMINED DEC. N-1- 7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS To those desiring Hanking Connections with an Old Established Hank, wo extend Doan's Kegulets cure constipation without galplng, nausea, nor and weakening effect. Ask your druggist for them, 25"ceuts per box. our services Print Heads, Letter heads, Note I TO The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. -- velopes, Shipping Tags, SaJ Bills, Picnic Bills, Etc., Etc. En 4& 1 .It AUOIUCDO CUCDV PAN on HOE HOC Ctoverport People Have Found ThatThis Is True. A cold, n strain, n sudden wrench. A little cause may hurt tr.e kidneys. Spells of backache often follow. Or some irregularity of the urine. A certain remedy for such attack. A medicine that answers every call, Is Doan's Kidney Pills, a true specific. Thousands of people rely upon It. Here Is one case: C. W. Bethel, 1105 Eleventh St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I had heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and as I had n lameness across my kidneys, I urocured a box and took them carefully as direct ed. The result was that my trouble disappeared. A relative also suffered from nn nttnek of lumbago that nufde every movement painful and hiskidnevs were disordered. I insisted on his, taking Doan's Kidney Pills and it was wonderful how quickly they disposed of In a few nil the pain and lameness. days this person was back to work and the kidney difficulty had disappeared." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Icents. Foster-MilbuCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United rn IF you (5 99 The Best 30C hoc I You want to borrow money on real citato for Less lJ ' RQON fi SONS INCORPORATED " "HIH-lfflrr- r m If you want io invest your money whero it will brim per cent interest J Satisfadhn r Yur Money Back Record Breaking Sale of 3 If you have a farm for sale If you have a deed or niort-jxag- c to bo drawn up or any other matter where you want an investment to brinr 3'ou money, writo to mo or call Dress Goods and Silks rwwww-wnHiimi "TiwWIWIlWIWlOTl wsammmmmmmmm V. G. BABBAGE Attorney Cloverport, Kentucky This corresponding week last year we did a tremendious business in Dress Goods and Silks. Heing determined to more than meet these sales this year is the reason for the low prices quoted. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best Hour is the flour you ought to use. Sold by J. H. Gardner. T C. Lewis, the Hardlnsburg jewelPERSIMMONS FLAT er, repairs watches, clocks and jewelry. W. J. Scbopp, of Stephensport, was here Monday on business. Mrs. Nolle Sahlie is on the sick list i For the celebrated South Bend Watch Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins are happy over call on T. C Lewis the arrival of their baby boy. Fiscal Court convenes next Tuesday. Walker White is able to be out again. the debate at The April session is always an interThose who attended Hites Run were Misses Dessie, Margar- esting one. In addition to the claims et and Myrtle Beavin, Miss Rollen, Mr. to be allowed the tax rate is set for and Mrs. Will White, John Walker. the current year. A road supervisor They enjoyed a long hay ride back and is to be elected to.take the place now held by Mike Miller. .1. B. Stith and forth. - Matthias Shrewsberry,oi Hardinsburg, Mice Mt.rf! fJnrrf't. fif near StenhMcDaniels, and J N. ensport, visited Miss Maude Jennings Pal Garner, of McCamlsh, of Constantino, John Bates, Stfnrtay. of McQuady, and Wm. Kane, of Axtel, J. W. Worley, of Caney Creek, was are applicants for the position. It the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Willie pays .$000 per year. White Saturday. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. What is the matter with Persimmon church, south, next Sunday. PresidFlat's neighborhood that the girls can't ing Elder Lyon will preach. get married? Mr. and Mrs. Minor Compton, of J. W Dyer is in the saw mill busi- Garfield, were guests of Mr. and Mrs ness here. Paul Compton Sunday. If the best is not too good for you, Work began Monday on the excavaLewisport Best flour is the flour you tion for the High School building. ought to use. Mrs. .7. C. Payne and little daugh ter, Susie Thomas, are the guests of Mrs. Mary Heston. I Will Gardner, of Chenault, was in town Monday. Tor Infanta and Children. M. H. Beard went to Danville SunThe Kind You Have Always Bought day to meet his father and Mrs. Beard on their return trip from Florida. Bears tho Signature They arrived at home yesterday. States. Remember the take no other. BUY THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR NEW EASTER DRESS, WAIST, SUIT OR SKIRT NOW name Doan's and While The Prices Are The Lowest And The Selections Choicest Black Goods Black Dress Goods Granite Yrd for JUU Cloth, Plain Panama and Scotch Suiting, in a good line of colors; l)C to 50 inches wide; made to sell for 59c. QOn all-wool Silks-Sil- ks complete line of shades, including black and white. A yard for handsome Satin Foulards: in a ety of styles: regular price 7nc. jPT-Jj- Crash. French Serge and Fancy Weaves; theo fabrics are $1 all-wo- ol and HQ-pric- J Q7p I U A yard for fancy Silk Poplins. plain and Shaggy Pongees, in a worth 00 a at. yard; specially . ed Dub A yard for B ac Storm Serge, and ChilFon Panama, Molro.-- o '50 to 52 inches wide; Zifle. qualMohair; jjju qq ity. lUU Panama, French derjro, Crisp f Voile, Sieillian Mohair and Prunella; from 44 to 54 inches wide worth $1.5(1. W I Spot-proo- such as Storm Serge. Gray Mannish Suiting, English Tweeds, Turkish Mohairs and Sicilian Cloth; 44 to 54 69c niches wide, a yard Sl.00 and $1.25 Dress Goods, - 24-inc- h vari- OliOO Serge and O 01 ynrd for regular $1.75, inch 54-incall-wo- 54- - Wide-whal- e h all-wo- Storm Sorgo ifS CASTOR A such as (Jliill'on Wor.-te- d and Clay Hrrtudcloch, French Serge. I5' 01I idd QQ I1'"' lmndsoino 00 54 inch ck Ciood-- j 0 Ju 44 inch White Serge, with black hairline stripes; three d liferent width .stripes from which to select. ail- var QQn Odu won Cream Storm Sergu and plain white and whit's with black hairline ft ripe. 01 fif! "' yu,'d '('r choice, of an ccedingly good lino of new and popular weaves, in the new spring 1.25 and season's best shades; worth -U choice of an excecd-OO- u .vard Saingly pretty line of tin Foulards, in neat, dainty patterns and dotted effects; 85c quality. P On 24-in- ch Illack Pcau de Soie; im extra heavy quality; also Black Swiss Tall'ela: wide and both are worth $1.50; a yard QQn 30ll $1.50. vur(' l'nr regular $1.25 yard Satin Mescaline, in all hade-- , including black ar.d white, QQn wide, all-sil- k The U. S. Government in its "Pure Law" does not "indorse" or HARDINSBURG "guarantee" any preparation, as some manufacturers in their advertisements would make It appear. In the case of For Dental work see Dr. Walker. medicines the law provides that certain Mrs. Wicltliffe DeHavcn, of Clover-porwas the guest of Mrs. J. E. drugs shall be mentioned on the labels, if they are ingredients of the preparaKincheloe a few days last week. Ely's Cream Balm, the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pile spent Sun- tions. family remedy tor cold in the day at Mook. Mrs. Elihu Meador, of Kingswood, head, hay fever and nasal catarrh, drug, and Mrs. M. G. .Butler, of Weftview, doesn't contain a single injurious so the makers have simply to print the in Fordsvllle attending a protractare it complies fully witn all the ed meeting conducted by their father. fact that requiremts of the law. Rev. Felix Roberts. Food t, well-kno- Mail Orders Filled With Any Goods at Advertised Prices. Purchases of $5.00 or more delivered free of transportation charges. 30C hoe 30E Women's Gloves, Underwe a and Hosiery of Fred Cox has bought the K. W. Cox property on Main street, and is repairing same for sale or rent James Shartzer, of Harned, and Mrs. IVa Miller, of Daviess county, were married in the parlor of the Baptist parsonage by Rev. Willett on Tuesday. Marriage license was issued to Bryant Oaum and Miss Mary Paul, both of Mattlngly. Jailer Hall has trimmed up the trees e yard and sowed in the grass in the barren spots, thus taking steps to enhance the beauty of what is already one of tho prettiest court house yards in Kentucky. Supt. Driskell went to Louisville yesterday to attend an educational meeting called by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Judge Moorman was in Irvington Saturday on legal business. Mrs. Lucretla Hensley, Mrs. G. W. Bsard and Judge N. Mc. Mercer attended the funeral services of Mrs. Lydla Jolly, wife of the late Senator Robert M. Jolly, court-hous- T0BINSP0RT. Lightfoot, of Cloverport, spent Tuesday with C. H. Leaf James Winchell was in Paducah the first of last week. Miss Naomi Simons spent Sunday with her parents here. Prof. Frank Sanders closed a successful term of sc.tool here Saturday. Capt. W. W. Weatherholt came home from Owensboro Wednesday where he had spent the winter with In the Newest Spring Novelties and Styles. Mail orders filled from the best Merchandise in stock. Orders receive careful and prompt attention. Express prepaid on all Merchandise purchased to the amount of $5.00 or over within 200 miles embroidered backs,' white, black and colors. 4 Dr. F. Louisville L. Women s Glomes Women's French Kid Gloves, over seam sewn, New Brosser Embroidery. White. Black and all wanted colors. Sizes T"f flfl .. 4I.UU 54 to VA at Women's Fine Kronen Kid Gloves, "Perrins" make. Over seam and pique sewn, Made from selected skins. Paris point and four row embroidery. Perfection of (M Cfl JU fit and finish. Pair at Imported Lamb Skin Gloves Women's over seam sewn, Brosser embroidered backs, nicelvrriade and finished. White, black CQn OOU and all staple shades. Pair at. . .. Misses two clasp Kid Gloves, over seam sewn, two-clas- p two-clas.- cirl's. Sizes Hoy's toll '2' one-clas- p sewn Sizes to 'Jape Skin Gloves, 0. Pair Prix QQ at each Children's "The Little Ueauty", ell made and finished tape buttons, strapped from shoulders Double side. Sizes 8 to 14 years Of- ". Women s Knit Underwear Women's Pure White Lisle Thread Union Suits, low neck, no sleeves, silk ribbon trimmed Tight k ee and umbrella, lace trimmed Cfln Knit Cotton Under Waists, taped from liyht weight, pure white cotton large buttons, Tubular Hose Sup- - 10 I t2b porters; ages 2 to 12 years at 1 LJu Women's Hosiery Women's Imported Thread Silk Stocking, Ingrain dyed, sheer Kiven weave, double Lisle sole, heel and toe. double Silk Garter ICn Welt; sizes 8 to 10, pair at JU Women's Imported Lisle Thread Stockings, double sole and toe, high pllred lieol double weit, top; Gauze ana medium weight. OCn Illack, whne and Tan, oalr at . . . Zob cqiaorz)iro1ofo11cioir)fol BALL & MILLER Limy, Fiid and Sale Stabli Ivs Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky 2SKDL2l(2(S his son, Dave. JUL Nicelv finished Suit at two-clasWomen's Imported Swiss Llslo Vests, pure Mr. Fares, of Owensboro, was at G. white, low neck, no sleeves, fine and Hicheline W. Winchell's Thursday to buy trees Hlbb. Full sue bodies. Silk rib- - M nn and plants. I.UU bon trimmed. Price, .'I for... . Mrs. J. C. Ryan is visiting relatives Children's Cambric Under Waists Boy's and in Cannelton. Webster Taylor is slowly improving, J. C. Ryan left last week for an ex tended trip through New Mexico and California. He was accompanied by Harry A. Clark, of Cannelton. Mr. Brabandt, of Cloverport, was here Monday taking a picture of the hurt with a shot gun Tuesday evening, She will leave Monday school. school there Ik better. Mrs. Hugh Gardner,, of Lewisport, to attend school at Terre Haute. Milt Hasham shipped a car load of was, here last week tofceeher father, Mrs. Sarah lloultinghouse, of CanMrs Will Jolly and daughter, Mary, nice hogs Monday. Webster Taylor. nelton, Is visiting her daughters, Mrs. p, Claud Hayden went to Cannelton Walter Dyer and Mrs Herbort Cock-rel- l. spent Sunday with Mrs. Hen There nre three new cases of measles of Mystic. Saturday to take an exHininatlon for in the Tucker family. F. II. Hlaine, of Stephensport, was teachers' license F. R Dowell, of Irvington, was the If the best is not too good Lewisport the guest of II. T. Dowell on Beech Mrs. Conraa Simons has been on the guest of his sister, Mrs. L. D. Dowell, Flour Is the Hour you ought to Hill last week. Best sick list this week. Thursday. use. Milt and Willie Haslmm were in LouMiss Mary Frank left Thursday for Spring house cleanlug and gardening isville last week. is thn talk of the town. Terre Haute to attend school. L. C. Varble was in Hardinsburg Mrs, L. D. Dowell, was the guest of Miss Nell Ruth Deweete returned FOR FLETCHER'S Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoynefi.of Lodiburg, from Rome last week. She home Taylor liaslmm, who was seriously Sunday. taught the primary department of the Jl. '. Stewart Dry Goods Co. SAMPLE. Huau-cham- (incorporated) Louisville, Ky. D. Haynes, of Lodiburg, was here Saturday. C. Armstrong was in Hardinsburg Frlduy. If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour is the Hour you ought to use. Gtai;lrn Cry CblllrM Cry CASTORIA Subscribe Right Now. FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, J.NO. I). BABDAUc SDNs' PUBLISHING CO. EIGHT PAGES. OLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 29, 1911 DIILMC BUTTERMILK. gallons of buttermilk, James Sahlio sold thirty-nin- o Lat then could not supply the demand mado by the residents of the Hast Suit1. The drink is most popular During the sunnner his sales average two hundred gallons of months Mr Srthlie a month. Buttermilk is very wholesome. It prevents fever and is excellent in many ways for one's system; it puVilics the blood, and is a tonic inexpensive and convenient to take. We arc told that many farmers drink buttermilk while at work in the lields as it is mot refreshing nnd cooling. week but-t'rmilk iQ-- i SsWti 9 IF VOWRE OOING TO "BUSINESS LIKE WAY -- YOU MUST T.UN A Subscription IV ro $1.00 n vonr in advance. It Kentucky's greatest editor should die tomorrow, Louisville's A man is HUSING-- S LOCALS lo rents per line, and fi cents for cnrli new hotel would bo quickly named ''The Watler.-on.-" never fully honored and appreciated until he is dead, it seems. iiitiertion. CARDS OF THANKS ovur five lines chnrged for nt the rnto of 10 cents per lino. LITTIjK STOKIKS WK1TTBK OBITLIARI KS charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, liionoy n advance. Kxiunino th luhcl on your paper. If it is not correct please nl no business in a While The Press Thvirvders innfy us. BASK ACCOUNT II' E EXTEND El'ERY fA CII.ITYFOR TIIEI'ROP ER HANDLING OF "BUSINESS ACCOUNTS -- LOANS. DISCOUNTING, ALSO SELL CETt. TIFICATES OF DEPOSIT. BANK OF CLOVERPORT It is marvelous how much of an edu so is who have an Idea that the New cation a person can "pick up " Every York store is only for the rich. Really day someone drops a suggestion, a bit this is the impression one gets by lookWo wish to state to the public that this institution is ready for the of Information foreign to us or a re- ing' in its gorgeous show windows and But an oc State Rank Examiner anv time. minder of something we had forgotten. j at the beautiful displays. For Instance we heard a woman say casional visit anu a utile tracing i& WHAT IS THE MATTE It WITH McCliEARl'? casually last Friday "I am always sav- quite convincing that it is one of the ramsnsrasaawi ing Mary laundried my dress, when. I most agreeable, most satisfactory stores Stanley has declined to be a candidate for Now that Congre-sma- n say; Mary laundered my drets. in Louisville. We have learned that the should Governor and the Hustler thinks he acted with splendid discretion, No such word as laundried. Laundered Stewart Dry Goods Company caters not alone to the pocket book, but to the although we believe he might have won the nomination it becomes is the verb." is the right of the people to know what elis no sin in saying "I seen" wants and needs of the individual There pertinent to inquire and it ements are behind the insistent demand that some candidate bo and "I taken", and using words incorrectly, but if we have half a chance to brought out to oppose the nomination of McCrcary. Men are as eager to be stylish as learn better, why not? women, only they don't let on how inWhat has McCreary done to make him the object of such a deooo tensely interested they are in the latest termined effort to bring out somebody anybody to defeat him for things for themselves. In fact, a woman Some people enjoy a dog flight, some the nomination? He has been Governor,, Congressman, United States as a rule, keeps her men friends so busy we talking about her dress creations, adSenator, and through all his public life there has never been a sus- fight chickens just for fun. But like to hear people fuss and last Thurspicion that he was not true to his party, to the people and to himself. day we heard a hot one in the New miring her new spring bonnet, that he He has been essentially a clean public man, and has well and faith- York Store in Louisville. However, it rarely gets a chance to say a word about the beauties of the garments lor fully discharged every trust imposed in him. He has been looked to was like a game ol solitaire. One his class. It is real interesting to hear with favor by the representative and old line elements of the party all woman did all the fussing and she men discuss the spring styles for themThe most select and, distinctive styles ure inover the S ate a the one leader who could unite all the elements at ripped out furious words ns fast as a selves. Everything is soft this year, woman can rip loose stitches of a dress all the business frocks have no hair cluded in our stock ot goods. Exquisite patthe November election and overthrow Republicanism in Kentucky She had purchased a pair of white kid coth or wadding except ptrhaps in the tern hats for dress and street wear. : : : . and restore Democracy to its rightful charge of our State affairs. gloves from the bargain counter. When breast. And the trousers are neat and she put them on at home the finger of T 'ere is something behind all this movement that the leaders of one glove split. Of course she did not have broad cuffs around the bottom. We Make Trimming we a man who The other it are nor. willing for the Democrats and people of Kentucky to know. want the gloves then, and returned was dressed day noticed His suit in splendid taste. clerk It is evident that most of it has its origin with the Whallen organiza- them with a complaint that thegloves. was a soft gray, and his well made had given her a pair of soiled tion in Louisville, and this fact should cause the great mass of the and handsome hat were of the The black streaks showed plainly that overcoat party throughout the State to rally with more determination than the woman herself had put them on the same soft shade. His collar fit together Eggs, Butter and Country Produce jn Exchange ever to the standard of McCreary in order that the party organiza- gloves purposely. And her red, hot in front as snugly as a lid fits a box and good looking. A man tion and policies mav be free fiom the dictation of that Louisville face and guilty eyes, showed she was he was extremely fitting, becoming who wears a well crowd dominated absolutely, as it. is, by the proprietors of the Buck- telling something you know! The way collar, a tie of correct taste and does she did fuss! And the clerk, a charmingham Theatre. use perfume can always make a hit :: :: Irvington, Kentucky ing young woman, made no reply be- not d with the women and is usually resj cause it was not only beneath he own McCreary comes from a crowd of If the opposition to by the men at first sight. who are seeking personal aggrandizement through the control dignity, but beneath the dignity of the Stewart Dry Goods Company to argue, ooo of the party organization and the administration of the State affairs, to raise a disturbance of any sort. The that's the greater reason why McCreary should receive the solid sup- head man of the department gave the Have "you ever noticed tnese lovely The curtains just raise them up by Mr. Fields Prospering, port of the great musses of the party, because the masses are inter- woman another pair of gloves. She was days, mutters not how dirtv and dusty ourselves! Coots Fields, a former brakeman on ooo ested in jrood government, in having a Governor who is the tool of no not entitled to them, but he did it to your room is, that the sun will shine in the Henderson Route, who moved to please her. lit if you raise the curtains? It is the faction, but one who is big enough and brave enough to do his duty We noticed in every department as same way with ourselves, no matter In Cloverport Cupid's toi slow for Oklahoma about a year ago, writes his as he sees it toward the people of the Stte. brother-in-laLeo Montgomery, that we walked through the magnificent h"w many mistakes we make, how any use he has sold his livery stable at a handstore "just looking" that the clerks rusty we get, if we will lift up the curIt is because they know the f can't control McCreary that these made a tpecial effort please the cussome profit, ?2,o00. Coots' friends to tains of our hearts, someone's love will fellows are so anxious to g 't else as the party's nominee? will be glad to know that he Is prostomers, they do it in such a gracious shine in our lives like the rays of the Madisonville Hustler. pering in his new home. elegant manner. There are many per- sun and make us happier and better. We Do For Governor. We arc authorized to announce .TAS. B. McCREARY as a for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the primary election May 27. You are Cordially Invited to Attend OUR ...Beautiful... Spring Millinery Opening This Week a Specialty Hats Sold on the Installment Plan HALE & CHAPIN ect-e- Avould-bc-leade- rs - Neat Job Work The Largest Hardware and Farm Implement House in Breckenridge Co. have just received a complete line of Building Haterial, Lumber, Etc., Farm Implements, Buggies, Wagons, Furniture, a general line of Hardware. We buy our goods in large quantities, get the lowest prices and discounts for cash. By taking advantage of these low prices and trade discounts we are in a position to sell you your goods at greatly reduced prices and make it to your advantage to investigate our prices before buying. WE American Fence rt ' "?gSi -, We Handle the Best and Most Plows, Cultivators and Disc Up-to-Da- te line of 38 UK fsr HElfrA At .wmr ti fees v w r We carry the genuine Brown Walking and Riding Harrows. r Combine the Fence and the Hop and ffet the Dollars AmcricanDollars c n. m - Cultivators, Breaking Plows (both riding and walking) of the Famous Oliver make. A complete line of Building Material, Lumber, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Plaster,' Brick, CeEstiment Lime and Sand. mates furnished on application. Figure with us before you buy. We handle the Genuine American W ire Fence Farm nd Poultry vara v. wmmm Complete line of Stoves and Ranges, ranging in price from $5 to $50 raTN Four leading makes of Uuiru'Ics, Surrles and Runabouts In rubber and steel tires; Price from $35 to $125. Complete line Single and Double Harness at prices to suit all. Full . Irvington Hardware & Implement Co Incorporated line of Ovvensboro and Studebaker Wagons on hands all the time. Irvington, Kentucky A Reliable Remedy FOR were guets of Mrs Fred Knr.,v tuday. St Marion Weatlierliolt X CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quick If absorbed. Glei Relict al Once. It cleanses, pootlios, heals nml protects the tusenseii mem - brano resulting from Catarrh ond drives away nColtl iu tho He.nl quickly. Kcstorcs tlio Senses of Taste- nntl Smell. Full slzo 50 cts. at Druggists or by innll. Liquid Cream Il;iltn for uso In atomizers 7fi cts. Ely Brothers, CO Warren Street, New York. great Ititertst to boilitiie oung woirnrti and those of middle age. Ml-- s Hicks has obtained the service GENERAL OFFICE3 of a special trimmer from Biock s :V YOSK AND CHICACC Fourth Av.-.- , and is recognized as one n - cxptMiencd in " ". PI t'.LT'? PHIMCIPAL CITIES of tin- most skillful ouug women in the execution of art. Mrs. James Cordrey has received the GAe Breckenrldge News. Deeds, Mortgages, Conlargest line of milliiierv she lias ever Kindled since she has been in the bust legal and WEDNESDAY, MAR. 2!), 1911 ness. She has some very handsome documents pattern hats and also untrimmed huts. rUTEi TOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Rev. Put her Jenkin3, of New Hope, is visiting old frienas in the county He $ 3.50 is just as genial, kind and happy heart- For Precinct and city Offices s Prices Reasonable for $5.00 edus of old. For County Offices He asked about his Work frieuds in Cloverport and wished to be 10 remembered to "'For Calif", per line them. 10 For Cards, per line Miss Alice B. Hickey, whose millinery All Publications iu tbe interFor shop is in Fourth Avenue near the Mary Sam ltrown was the guest of Miss est o( individuals or expression Anderson theuter in Louisville, is show- Annie French, of Mystic, last Sunday 10 per line of individual views ing a large line of handsome hat- - from Mrs. Speaks and family, of New York for bprlng and summer wear. spent the week end with Mr. "Miss Alice" pays particular attention and Mrs. Boyse to mail orders and is known over KenJ. W. Ater and II. A. Ater have tucky for the perfect satisfaction she LOCAL BREVITIES bought the Frakos farm near Irving gives ton. Consideration f4 7?5. Dr. Allen, of Andyville, took Lon Mayor Barry went to Ekron yesterHay tp Louisville last Sunday to unday. dergo an opperatlon for appendecitls. If the best is not 100 good for you Miss Lula Margaret Severs is improving. Hogs Steady; Choice Light But- Levi-- rt liest flour is the flour you ought to us;. New oxferds and new styles at Tvt-i'iif- THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FCRC'CfJ BY THE ADVERTISING Mrs W H. Lewi, of Irvington, is the guest of Mm Jacob MnrrUon. Mrs. Leonard Oelze and M!m Rebecca Willis Went to Louisville fMer.Ua Jnhii D Hnbliitge, Jr., leaves Thirst-ilmr l'hil.itii l)nl' lter h vi.it to his priits, Mr. and M.?. John IX Babbage. Mrs. Allin Kingsbury and cl.iuthtur, Mis linen, went ti) Irvington etn-na- y of Mr. an:. M.v to bt-- tile nut-siChas. Hook, Mrs. James Cordrey has a sptcial line of black p.iltem hats, which will be 1 a W jii.rnii tiL-v- Nutar)' Cloverport, Pb ic Kt-ntucvy r ts. Por Sale Or Rent. riMi . nit n!la '," ""'""'ye MI'l Addition to Irlii- For Sale s nird hog iup,, iiy drlek, Webster. Ky. it Fire and Plate Glass Insurance pou sau: r nt.M s Fidelity Bonds Por Sal- e- Single Comb Brown Leghorns UOIt SAI.K Single Cnuili hr..wn ' r. iifsst-- vrluiii rs 11110. Ilurro I'lyinou.h lidcki, lirt'd from strun, winners winners .it tlio Kfnttii-kstuto 1'nlr lino. Kp, In rlnlit preo Kirk l'yultry rann, W. Mrtiwii. Proprietor y crn-Hiju- nl Wanted-Ten- ant. YyANTKL A tennnt for the Hallnmn fiirm i ukt s. mu T. nant rnuvt trams. VrltttK. uiiovllz. r.t'Wispori. fnrnMi Ky, Scholarship In the Howling poll Hreen 1'nlverslt.. giMnl In any dc art mentor that University. HreekenrldgoNaws, Cloverport, Ky. SAI.K-H.-holar- .lilp Jf HPS - Por Sale just received our new "Queen Quality" styles for Spring and thcyrc heauties. VCe did not leh'eve such footwear faossihle at the VPe'vc C"Cjfv tracts other firice. Dr. S, B, Adkisson, The makers have outdone Smart, snajy styles with plenty of comfort and service just themselves. j First-clas- Dentist. Webster, : Kentutky. what you have lecn looking for. You 11 huyhere eventually. VChy not ? to-d- ay M All work guaranteed. If you need dental work let me know and I will call on you. J. C. NOLTE & BRO., Cloverport, Ky. Letter or Phone. Master L. D. Marr visited James Carman Saturday and Sunday. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought Hi use. To Take A Long Journey. Send Us Your Money. Your money deposited with us by mail will receive instant acknovlpdrment and accurate credit, and may as easily be withdrawn when desired. Upon receipt of your advice and properly tsincd check the required sum will be promptly sent j'ou. Send us your deposits by postoflice or express money order, draft, check or registered letter. V pay Interest on Time Deposits. p Sip-pel'- Jeff Dillon went to Louisville nesday. Miss Hart, of Louisville, arrived here Monday. Wed Other cher Cattle Higher; Kinds Lower; Calves Dull; Good Butcher Lambs Steady All Try a pair of Duck Head overalls sold at Sippel's. Miss Claudia Pate was in Louisville yesterday. Lon Rhodes, of Kirk, was planting corn Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glasscock were in Louisville Thursday. Mrs. Laura Hayes has returned home from Bardstown. J. M. Powers, of Kirk, went to Owensboro Friday. Lloyd S. 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Tne nt cattle y weie 1,301 Item!, a uiudcrite supply, ytt tbe alteuda ce of buyers was bclotv t,unn;il hikI ihc untrkcl quiet. CIiolcc light bulciier cattle were scart-- mid iu good ictilaiid al steady to 10fejl5c highrr prices, while all oihe km. is of l ulclier cut e weie dull, d'agy ami if anytliing, a lulle loner; the fe d r mid sio k r uaile whs slow; demand slack ;und p'ic- s wt re lower than last wri-kbulls slow; canncrs uull; tuilch cows unchanged; the hew lo-dn; milch cows 3545; c, inu o.i to f.iir milkers $15(35 Calvt-Keteipts 1(6; untikel mini dull, uruggy and lower, Hie selling ut 6 6JC. oule lai.cy shade htgli:i; medium 5fe(iu; cuuituon s cauners$l s02.7c; bulls $3i3; lectl-e!fl.j()3.50; ti ckwis f35 0;cho ce rs clloict-veal- s Hogs Keceipts ,'t,3S0 h ml; the mu'.i-e- i opened enlv wiili steady 10 50 h.wcr piices 111 v gue; elr'cted hmvy hojiS, 210 lbs. nun up $5 85; 165 to 21olbs. f7.-1165 lbs. down f 7. 15; loughs S0.I5 down; closed rlow. Sheep aud Latnhs Receipts 82 head; 0; the market luletl quiet; aunt stcttd); butcher lamns '(gitlc; medium and culh 354o; sluej medium and eommon rherp slow at IQi good ing his mother for severnl weeks, will leave Monday for California. From there he will goto Japan, then visit the Mr. Epley Here. Holy Land and sevt ral other countries abroad. Mr Mullen has enjoyed his James Epley was the guest of Mr. visit home exceedingly. His long and Mrs. Joe Sawyer S turday even- journey will be one for educational purposes and pleasures combined. ing. Mr. Eple's friends were glad to see him. He says that Mrs. Epley and Frederick and Gilmore Mr. Patterson Home. are as fine as ever and like their new home in Evansville. J. D. Patterson arrived here Tueday from New Orleans after a four months visit to his son, Charlie Patterson, and wife. He had a pleasant visit and liki d CUSTLK. Mr. Patterson the south very much. left yesterday for Seagurtown, Pa. He Chatau-quMiss Beitle Taylor visited Miss Eva will spend the summer at Lake ' New York, Tinius Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Lela May Stiles and Chlodie Hoskinson, of Vertrees, A. H. Oliver's Friday night. The party at Mr. Ora Lyons' Saturday night was quite a success. John Secusk a and Charlie Alexander visited Missi-Leota Marr and Run a Buard Saturday night. Ernest Morris, a sull'erer of tuberculosis, died Sunday, March I9, and was burled athe day at the Basham burying ground. Mr., and Mrs. Sherman Ilaynes visited their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. vm. II I'lle, of Qonstantine, last week. We are glad to hear that Miss Es ther Meador who nas been sick for some time, is much unproved. D. Springgate, of Irvington, was here isaiurday aeliveiing fruit trees. Dr. J, W. Meador was in Harditis burg last week. Miss Eula Needham, of Vertrees, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Lyons, f ir tbe post week, has retumed to her home. Miss Dessie Oliver spent Wednesday afternoon 1. 1th Mrs. Cova Oliver. cer-tairl- William Mullen, who has been visit- y J. C. SHAW, Cashier. HARDINSBURG, KY. a, vi-it- folb-win- Something Doing! We are going to give to our customers in cash one day's sale out of April, 1911. Day to be set by Paul Compton, Hardinsburg, Ky. No one knows date until after April 30th tt 2j3c; 2ic 14c. afternoon. POULTRV-IIenriold mooters Brown bought the Hines farm Julian 7'; young r:ioslets Ociyoung chickens 17 sold by Commissioner Lee Walls Mon20c; ducks 15c; turkeys 15(a) lGc;neese day for $800. 8c. ; Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Beavin, of Tob insport, left Tuesday for Indianapolis LODIBURG. to make their home. ' You are cnrrilnllv Invlteil to the dis play of spring pattern hats given by Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Robertson, Miss Evelyn Hicks this week. of Frymire. were visiting his parents, Mrs. R, W. Owen, of Owensboro, was Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Robertson, Sun at Glen Dean Friday to see her mother, day. I. Mrs. J. T. F. Owen. who has been quite Mrs. Ida Nottingham was the guett sick. of friends at Stephensport last week. Misses Annie Merritt, May Ellis and Mrs. Ida Brown was visiting friends Margaret Pullam, of Stephensport, at Ekron last week. ac; Jess Willis. Miss Mary Benton th Jolly Girls' Club at her home Saturday HUTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY .EGGS S eaiiyjcai-- cuiint i.'icjciui-die- Are Your d Eyes Good? Glasses accurately fitted by the latest known methods nt All persons shall receive a cash slip with each cash purchase. All slips of date named will be redeemed in cash at our store. Opening day of our millinery department April 1st styles by Miss Mary with all Snider, Manager. C.A11 other lines complete from the cradle to the grave. Full line of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods and everything up-to-d- ate GIBSON & SON THE OLD RELIABLE Gent's Furnishings. Wagons, Farming Implements and Fertilizers. COur bargains too numerous to mention. Do not forget the free day. in Ladies' and BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD : 39 years of honorable dealing. Paused through three panics anil paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 by A. A. Richardson & Son Garfield, Kentucky Ah absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. We per cent on Time Deposits are dally expecting an examination the State Bank Examiner MGWT SILVER This romance of the lost kingdom of Drussenland is one of the most fascinating talcs that has appeared since the days when Rider Haggard enthralled the public with "She" and "King - IF TH Solomon's Mines." Read and you will follow a gallant hero of today into a realm where dwell strange people of the time of the crusades, a realm ruled by a beautiful princess, for whose love the Knight of the Silver Star battles with powerful, enemies and participates in stirring adventures. CHAPTER I. UK sun dropped behiud the snow capped mountains to mit of the road I came upon the village of Hrayle. I shifted my knapsack from my shoulder and, loaning upon my staff, stood contemplating one of the most glorious panoramas my eyes had ever rested upon, ltehlnd me to the north, stretching away eastward and west- the westward as nt the sum- Copyright, 1907, by R. F. Fcnno & Co. ward, the great mountain range lifted its frowning tops to heaven, and to the south and southwest, from whence I had come, (he world fell down to-- 1 ler,1. "You seor Mustapha!" he said In triumph.' The man addressed looked at mo fixedly but did not speak. He had sprung excitedly from his seat at my en- - verdure and cultivation and lands watered by streams, which grew slowly and Joined together into a river far away t award the horizon. As evening came rapidly over the lower lands and a chill wind struck the mountain road I entered the village and went toward a long, low building which seemed likely to afford n resting place for the night. Four men were sitting at a rough table smoking and drinking. They were in eager if not an angry conversation, but stopped as I entered and looked at Vie in surprise. One of them at my advent, for he cried out excitedly: "The proof! The proof! Look! lore is one of them!" Another man, whom I rightly took iojbe. the proprietor of the establishment, growled savagely at him to be silent and then rose and saluted me. "You are a traveler, Just nn ordinary traveler?" ".Yes; oh, yes," I answered. There was something In his tone which had the effect of taking the conceit out of one. I have never considered myself quite an ordinary traveward seent-eddellght- trance. "J'wnnt to stay here tonight," I went on "Tomorrow I may go farther, or the next day, or It may be next week. It all depends what I find to interest me. There Is a Hue waterfall neai Brayle, I have heard." "Is it only for this you have come':" asked Mustapha, with some contempt. "Yes," answered, throwing down my knapsack and spreading out my hands to the blaze. "What else should I lil'vecome for?" " The disappointment In the man's face was quite comical, and his companions burst out laughing. "Take no notice of what he says," laughed the landlord. "Mustapha is a dreamer. He sees armies along the mountain tops when others see only snow. He bears the ring of steel In every tinkling goat bell and the shout of war In the bark of every dog. A wonderful dreamer Is Mustapha." "I said nothing of armies; I said armed men." the dreamer returned sullenly. "1 am not armed," I observed. "Many of the men I have seen are not iirnied," he returned, "but they are no ordinary travelers. They all go the same way yonder." His attitude was unconsciously dramatic us he stretched out his arm, pointing toward the mountains to the north. "Where Is yonder'" 1 asked, more for the sake of saying something than because I wanted to know. "I only know the legend which everybody knows and which everybody laughs at, but I am wiser than everybody, because I don't laugh." A roar of merriment greeted this assertion. I could not help Joining 1 In It. "Let mo ent lirst, aud then we'll have tho Btory. The story will wait, and my hunger Is too rlpo to keep." Of necessity In this history I must talk of myself. I am tho hero of It, and he's u poor hero Indeed who Isn't worth talking about. I was a wanderer by Inclination, not of necessity, and, although not actually seeklug 1 was not unwilling to enjoy Bomo mild form of enterprise should such couitt my way, but I little thought of the straugo experiences which lay before ine. Few people even If they aro Interested will believe the story and will say of ine, as was said of MiwtauJa, "He Is a stupid dreamer." Te tl'dw I can honestly confess that sometimes doubt the history thrjF 1 myself had I not always before me one Incontestable proof of the truth of It. For my personal appearance I stand over six feet, am broad shouldered and athletic, have fair hair aud am clean shaven, and I believe there are less well favored men in the world spread. than myself. "Mustapha !' I cried, and my cry' Hrayle lies, If Indeed there Is still a rang out and echoed awny Into the foot of one of the lllage there, at the silence of the night, but there was spurs of the great Caucasian range. It Is an out of the way place no answer. A moment later 1 plunged into loose which probably few tojirlsts have snow and came to rest. Half stunned. It Is imioiil'Ii to snv that. 1 l"lle sl111 for nwMlc, nnd then while the slopes of the western range yself up, wondering If there range, 1 are clad in verdure, the central as It mav la; called, is arid, rocky and wore any help for Mustapha. sudden red glare of a torch, Of comparatively uniform desolate. height, the mountain tops rise majes- - 'hired up and dazzled me. I saw the Into the region of perpetual gleam of It Hash pointedly to my, snow. There are. practically speak- - breast along a steel blade, and then a lug, no passes, only here and there a stentorian vok-- rang out: goat track, dizzy enough to content"In the king's name, halt!" Halt! It never occurred to me to do plate, of a mountaineer's zigzag path which lends nowhere in particular, anything else. I wns dazed and hard-an- d of llrayle )y able to stand. The challenge had In tho neighborhood sheer rock rises perpendicularly from ' . .... iiiiuuii .... 1 1. which ine mountain ruaii ...1.1. i uua ,l,.n..,.l, my story. the village. So to Supper finished and a . brier pipe set i ....1 .i gomg, l susgesicii aiiiuut-- iiuk uii iue tire, more wine It was very thin wine , nnd harmless and Mustapha's tale. The man had drunk at my expense or 1 do not think he would have told the legend. "It's little I know," he said. "Every , one knows nearly as much, only they do not believe. Long ago, long before Hrayle existed, somewhere near here there was a pass from this side of the mountains to a country beyond. There was constant Intercourse between the people on this side of the mountains and that country, whose Inhabitants, The though different, were friendly. men were strong and warlike and the women more than beautiful, far superior to ours, It Is said, and the wealth of the country was enormous. In the king's treasury were stored gold and silver and precious stones, greater wealth than man could name. It was a pleasant country, too, warm and sunny, for the great mountains shut It In ' and sheltered It. They were a strong people wnd therefore dwelt In safety, a contented people and therefore happy. ' A day came when tho pass was no more. It was a year of fierce storms, j such as had not been known until that time nor have been since. Mountains ft split asunder and changed their shapes, and when the storms were over tho "IN TUB KINO'S NAME, HALTl" pass was gone. The mountain walls of It had split and fallen In, shutting that brought others upon the scene, and ralr land out of the world forever." half a dozen torches danced fiercely "The legend Improves with every before my eyes. Tho sword wns still j pointed telling." said the landlord. toward my breast, and 1 con- "And It's all a lie," said one of the eluded that In coolness lay my only -rve neen chance outer men contemptuously, lost a day and a night upon the moun"I am unarmed," I said. tains and know every Inch of them "We don't cut courtesy so fine ns that is to be known. It's all a talc. that In this country the blow first Is a stupid dreamer." Mustapha nnd the pardon begging afterward." Mustapha watched me. My criticism Ho laughed as he lowered his sword. was the only one he cared about. His "Who aro you, and how the devil did companions' Jeers he had heard often you get here?" enough before. "Just slid," I answered. "A few 1110 "I thought It all a tale once," he said ments ago I was on the mountnlns. when I made no commeut. "I know better now. There was utytll lately a somewhere be'dnd me." "And. by St. Patrick, you're Engwise woman In Hrayle, and she told lish, with a touch of Irish blood in me that, though tho pass was destroyyou for choice." ed, there remained a secret entrance to "I?uro English." this fair country through the moun"Faith, and I'm sorry for that. You tains aud that she had seen armed I did not believe are plucky enough to bo an Irishman." men going there. I' was too bewildered to bo surprised It, aud I laughed, but now I laugh no My only more. I have seen these strange men at so straugo a meeting. clear thought was that an Irishman more than once." with a drawn sword In a country "Where?" I asked. "On tho road you will take tomorrow known only In legend was probably a If you travel to the east. I will show very different person from an ordinary Irishman on College Green. It would you the place." "Very well; you shall show mo to- bo wise to let hint lead tho conversamorrow. Wo will start early, Mus- tion. tapha," I said us I prepared to go to "You're my prisoner," he said. "Will you give me your word not to attempt rest for the night. "I shall wake at dawn," ho answer- to escape?" "Certainly." ed. "My name Is Dennis O'ltynn, Cup-tai- n "And you will return?" nsked the Dennis O'ltynn," ho said, motionlandlord. "We shall be back before sunset, ing me to follow him. "A' few moments ago I had a comready for an excellent supper," I rade, Captain O'ltyun. As we came Hack beforo sunset! I little knew, down from tho mountains lie lost conhow many sunsets would sink Into trol of himself iid was carried away yonder. I should like to look for night before I saw Hrayle again. It was a brilliant but cold morning aim," dls-iiiri'i- when we entered the new country. On the way I chatted with Mustapha. Frequently I nsked hlni about various places of which he had told me. I questioned hlni about the legend and of the strange men he had seen. Ho showed me the fall which he had previously dest ribed. where ho had hid and where ho had had adventures. We came to rough places, sharp turns and vnwnlmr declivities. Sometimes 1 had to crawl, and often I grew dizzy and sick. Wo reached what looked like a platform. Suddenly I heard Mnstnpha shriek. He tried to retrace his steps and failed. In trying to make my own footing secure I fell forward. I be- pan sliding downward. To the left there was a straight, sharply defined black line aud nothing beyond it, and there was tho sound of rushing water. ' 1 succeeded In keeping myself from being drawn to the left, but I accelerated my speed. The way was hard and smooth, nnd I dashed down, going faster than the rolling mass before me. It was on a lower level than I was, and I got abreast of It as It came to the straight black line. Then good God, it was horrible! As I passed It upon my straight course the ball gave a final bound aud shot out over the black line Into space, no longer the ball, but a man, arms and legs wide- mm Me i way," the caplnln said. "Which way, then?" I asked. "I'd Ilko to know. We certnlnly started up n mountain path, but beforo wo had gone far they blindfolded ur, nnd then we went down, where I can't say, but It wns somewhere near to roaring water." "And how long have you been here?" "I don't know. Time is not of much consequence in this country." "What did you come for?" "Money," was his laconic nnswer. "There must be n way out," I said. "There ought to bo since you found a wny In. We'll talk of It tomorrow. Itest now, for we start early." It was early morning when O'ltyan I green clan and wooneti. unnumten to level counttr, which stretched away for miles. Grren pastures, arable land, clusters of rough stone dwellings here nnd there, n river glinting In the sunlight nnd woody hollows made ns fnlr n landscape ns one could wish to sec. Cattle were feeding below us, and I saw Borne women moving nbottt the dwellings nt the foot of the hill. "Your first real glimpse of Driissen- land," said O'ltynn. "Is Hint how you call the country?" "I didn't christen It, but that's the I ' nnme of It." "It Is very beautiful," I said, "nnd doesn't look ns if It were tho seat of Instant Relief" "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gave me instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as ever." Mrs. H. J3. Sprinokr, 921 Flora St., Elizabeth, N. J. woke me. "Things have been rather quiet late"Come nnd look for your friend," he ly, probably because there's a storm j brewing. said. You Fee those women? Wo-- j I felt refreshed, but terribly stiff nnd men do most of the work Just now be-- ; bruised. cause nil the men nre under nrms on Sunlight wns upon the mountain one side or the other." tops, the shndows of light, lleccy clouds I "And are unprotected women safe lu crossing them swiftly. Before tho cav- such times?" ern ran n broad, hard road, rpitgh and I "Well, I won't go quite so far as to snow caked, descending somewhat say that, but there Is a rough sort of sharply to the right, ascending grad- gallantry among us tltnt compares fairually to the left, and directly opposite ly well with that .of civilized nations was the wny I had come last night. 1 when war Is the order of tho day." stood looking nt It In amazement. A "The legend says the women aro opposite, a portion of It ending nt the roadway against which the winds had piled loose snow, luckily for me, but part of It had cracked and sunk, turning to run beside the road for a few yards and then ending abruptly in what last night lind appeared to me as n black line. Here tho glacier was broken off, Its support a straight wall of rock going down sheer for at least MlO feet. At tho base roared a torrent which burst from the rock nnd lashed itself Into foam over Its rocky bed. war." ' glacier stretched up to the mountain beautiful." SLOAN'S LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ heals cuts, killer burns, wounds, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. 2 Be, BOc. I : ' I ' I and $1.00 ''' l!c'l Sloan's book on homes, cuttle, sheep nnd poultry sent free. Adilress Sr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. i tic-all- I . r d. "You'll see Mm in the morning if your cyculght is good. He won't on In front nnd told to keep a shnrp lookout; the others fell to the rear, and move. Was he a friend?" "Yes, a new acquaintance, but dan- O'ltyan and I rode nlono. ger made us friends." "What am I to expect at the end of "Well, Mr." this Journey?'' I asked presently. "Verrall," I said. "Faith, that's more than I can tell. "Well, Mr. Verrall, he's Just a corpse It's every man for himself here, and now and not a good specimen of a you'll find ynur life pretty much what corpse either. You will understand you make It." why tomorrow." "That sounds promising." We went through a narrow cutting "Oh, there's plenty of promise. It's in the solid rock, the torches casting some of the fuPIlment I'm waiting for. weird and fantastic shadows about us, It's till very well to live back in the and presently camo to a natural cav- middle ages and feel like the hero of ern, high pitched nnd of considerable a boys' story book, but it paysize. A fire was burning In the cen- ing for." ter, the smoke, after thickening the "Then the legend is true, or partly atmosphere, finding Its way out true?" I said. through a cleft In the root, and an "I don't know anything about the Iron pot was on the lire, a strong, legend or meaty smell coming from it, which, Anyway, how these people came here. hero they are and engaged being hungry, I did not find unpleasIn ns pretty n piece of war as poor old ant. ' Ireland has ever suffered from. There The ground of the cave was of loose are two factions In the country, the soil, it nd my companions threw them- king's party and the rebels, who are selves down round the fire. O'ltynn headed by a relation of his Princess motioned nte to do the same. It was Darla. Thoe who fight for the printhe most primitive meal I had ever cess fight chiefly for love of her, which nt. but I have rarely enjoyed assisted Is nil very well in its way, but not one so mil' h. They were a wild looking crew, not attractive to the adventurer who hopes excepting Captain O'ltyan. They were some day to go home and enjoy himpowerful men. big limited, with shaggy self. The king, on the other hnnd, pays his soldiers, and, not hnvlng dark hair and mustaches, not ill enough men In the country to fight and rather picturesque than otherwise. They wo:.' somewhat tight neth- his cause, ho has got in a few foreigner garments and a rough, easy fitting ers to help them. I'm one of the forleather shirt reaching nearly to the eigners. Wc have all been brought In knees, t o it rp at the thighs to give secretly, and not n man Jack of us perfect f:eedn".t to tho legs. Over this knows his way out." "Does the king pay well?" they uo.-- a co.it of mall, a compromise "I think he would if lie could, but between pbte and li:t:i armor, and long boots of stl hl.le. Into the heels his lack of the necessary troubles of which wh'j fixed a tplke about half me," O'ltynn answered. "Then how does he manage?" nn Inch birr. A low steel helmet fit"Much as they do nt home makes ting close on to t!ie head completed promises and pays for the accommotheir attire. For arms each man cara now trick. It ried a long serviceable looking sword, dations. That's not was an old fashioned one In the days which hung from a broad belt fastened Habylou. The king, as n loosely round the waist. Except that of ancient of fact, expects to find n treashis armor was brighter and that lie mntter ure. Wo were looking for signs of it had a short feather at the side of his when you came. I expect the treasure helmet. Captain O'Kyan did not differ Is where the legendary part of the from his comrades. story comes In." During the meal I was considerably "You found nothing of It?" surprised to find that I could under"Not a cent. Still, my undertaking stand my companions conversation. the mission means promotion when I O'ltyan when speaking to me spoke In return." English, or, rather. Irish, with a "And with a. prisoner too." brogue, especially when he got excited, "I would sooner have had a bit of which I shall make no attempt to re- the treasure to take back," ho anproduce In thcs.j pages. When talking swered bluntly. "I don't deny that I to his men he spoke lit their language, shall try to make something for mywhich was the most curious conglomself out of bringing you back." eration I have ever heard. It was ap"How will you explain my comlug?" parently made up of several tongues, I nsked. . with a general groundwork of It was well that I should know how English, German mid Italian to speak best for myself. To look wero represented, and, although there after No. 1 seemed to be the creed of were words here and there which I the country. could attach no meaning to, being a "I shnll tell the truth," he continued. good linguist, I could understand most "There is no Ho to equal It. I'm glad of what was said, ahd if ut first I was you're a big, healthy looking fellow. not so easily understood I soon man- Wo don't take much notice of weakaged to talk pretty freely. lings. As long ns n man has mighty Tho meal ended, O'ltynn kicked the arm the size of his brain doesn't matfire Into a blaze. ter." "Tho history of your straugo coming Tho mountains on either side of us among ua should be Interesting," he narrowed as wo went on until ye e said. wero presently passing through a that a tew resolute men could huvo held against an army. I noticed CIIAPTEK II. TOLD him tho simple truth, I that O'ltyan quickened his paeo and which I must confess sounded j became silent for a time. The defile came to an end suddenly, very much like mngntflceut He, O'Hynti looked surprised. and wo came out on to a broad road aud his companions whispered among which swept round the, slopes of the lower hills. An eielanMttlet of astonthemselves when I had finished. "I'll take tuv uatu I dlUu't oohm Nut ishment ami admiration burst from my Mjw. Awey from tbe road the bill, w--- .is loo'::-in- g Norman-French11 do-fil- "If your comrade wasn't dead before ho went over that, he was dead before he got to tho bottom of It," t!d O'ltyan. I holced down nt the water tumbling nioiig the rocks and saw n little ' krek mass lying there motionless, tave for the motion the swirling water i ttvc It. was impossible to say wh it It was, but I think it must have en Mtt'Jtap'.ia, for two spots suddenly rose front It, growing lnrger as they Mounted toward us with heavy flight. "Vultures!'' said my companion. Poor Mustapha! lie bad expected ?o much of tomorrow. God rest his ;ouI! lie hrd Indeed found a new ountry. It was still early when we started lpon our Journey. Two men were sent 1 1 1 "And, by St. Patrick, the legend's right so far! If I ever get back to there'll bo moments when I shnll wish myself bore ngaln, though the finest pair of eyes lu the old country were looking nt me. The women are nil right nnd, luckily for most of us, cling to the mnn who enn hold his own ngalnst other men." "Is there no marriage?" "Oh, yes, We get married after the law of the country, but it's not very binding hero, so I suppose most of us will pose ns bachelors when we get awny, If we ever do. There's no breach of promise and there's no divorce, and If two men qunrrel they Just go to a quiet spot and hack away it each other until the affair Is settled. The one who comes back takes possession of the lady or tho money or whatever they have been fighting Ire-lau- d 1. ubottt." -- I "Primitive," I said. "I Judge, captain, that you are comfortably settled?" "Trust a son of the house of Michael O'ltyan of County Kerry for that. I've had to fight about her twice, and each time I've crawled home again. Possession Is something nine points of the law, as they say. but the tenth point Is always In favor of the man who desires your property and han- as well as or perhaps bet dies a ter than yen do." "Swords! nave you no firearms In this country?" "There may be a stray revolver or two brought In by some of the foreigners, but they're not much use without ammunition, and that's not to be had in Drussenland." At a turn of the road I saw again the snow clad peak which I had seen so often yesterday, looking far grander now than It did from the mountains. It rose almost abruptly from the low hills. I mentioned to my companion how I had been struck with it yesterday. "It is called Khrym, which means the white knight, and it is supposed ," to rule the destinies of tho he said. "They worship It?" "Not exactly, but it is a' symbol ot everything that is good and great. is as curious a Jumoie ns th- language. I wonder how far our advance guard is ahead? I tLsught we should have overtaken them by this time." iwd Drussen-Innders- The-rellglo- Contirued on page seven WOMAN ESCAPES OPERATION ' WasCured by LydiaE. Vegetable Compound Pink-ham- 's Elwood, Ind. "Your remedies have cured me nnd I have only taken six. bottles of Lydla E. Piukham's Vegeta x ble uotnpouiut. was siclc three months and could fered all the time. The doctors said I could not get well without an operation, for I could hardly stand tho pains m my sides, especially my right one, and down my right leg. 1 began to feol bettor when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs. Sadie JIullek, 2728 N. 33. St., Elwood, half-hearte- anil Ind. not walk. I suf- 11 Why will women take chances with, an oieratioa or drag out a sickly, existence, missing d of the Joy of living, when they can And health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been tha standard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ailments as displacements, Inllammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion, and nervous prostration. If you havo the Hllarhtest doubt that Lydia K. Piukfiam'H VK-tab- lo three-fourt- hs I write to Mrs. lMnkbam at Lyun, Mrn.. for adviM. Your letter will be absolutely coniitleutlal Nt4 turn advUxe f r Compound will help you; illicit !JiiJciL Tib IT MgM IRKIQM1C if ID)xnnssinifeiradl "t", nnl n u rd rn nnpit M-n- hitcr our advance A l of tlio rnpniy wns bofore tis. not by 'vn-- o. but npp:intitly nwnllln-- j our s'rviT coninnny my statement he who stood nt tho right hand of the princess. advent. Siwir Star A Copyright. 1007. There were only seven of us. nnd I was unarmed. It would bo madness to go on, and O'llynn evidently thought bo, for nfter n moment's thought lie turned his horso rrom the road into tho wood, "Wo must get nwny If wp cnn." ho "TIitp Is a chanco of reaching Mill. tin onpn country this way. Look out fo- - the Iio'pV ho added, turning to & "Vor you sen?" nsked O'Rynn. Tin men did not think so. Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollic Mirse. of Carrsville, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "1 am 44 years old and the change has not left me, but I am lots better since taking Cardui." E 54 by Co It P. Fonno nip. "I nm sorry wp haven't n spare yword. You must take your chance." knight so long expected has como?" "Tho priests Bhnll study before they speak certainly. Count Vnsca." d "Remember," snld tho count, at the priest's quiet answer nnd pointing to O'Rynn, "on the word of n foreign dog wo nro trusting." "Nny, count, on the word of tho knight himself." It wns tho princess who spoke. It wns the first time I had heard her speak, and her voice thrilled me. "The princess hns Judged," nnswered the count. "What, then, shnll bo dono to this foreign dog, who, knowing that this was the promised knight, sought to enrry hint to our enemies In YndaIrri-tate- "Has the priest sure proof that the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 H7 Uilly 9 145 I 143 Dilly 14 Plly si '." pm I 40i)ui s 76 nm 53 oi "fit 09 JlljT f HI STATIONS Lv M6 l)lly Ar 7 fO M2 Duly 12 t m 144 Dally I 14' ...LOUISVILLE. STKAWilhltUV ljum 42 30 fi f5 II ra 17 10 01 II 9 SI 5 21 fS 23 15 f31 f j 37 0 10 OS f 23 fit 30 WKST POINT KATilliVN. IIOWAltl) HAIITLKS KKKON - MKDOIIA HltfHOrr' U. III f 12 33 23 13 17 OS f7 U2 STITK. f . 12 07 .. 6 29 ... . . fl2 0l 12 01 "ti M 04 fit 40 fO III 41 Hi A.i II 25 f) t 43 5 52 6 53 31 tV 40 4 Ml fit flO 0J 10 13 flO 19 fill 27 flO 10 flO flO 37 44 48 5H liKAMlKMIUKU GL8TON IKVINOTON -- Long hkancii.. 5 4S . ItOCK II.W-- fll 111 fil 11 fit fll fll5?im 60 45 37 29 21 o in II OS 13 43 (1 . 41 Continued from page six Lo you expect to lie ntlackcd?" I naked. "No, but wo don't wnnt to ho too far npnrt. Wo nro In the rebels' pnrt of tlio country." He wns evidently nnxlous, mid wo went on for a long time in silence. The rond bepnn to nscend nKaln, and presently wo got nnotlier nnd a wider, view of tlio lower country. Far across the open plain I saw the dim outline of a city, at one side of which was n glpantlc rock. "Yonder is tlio capital," said O'ltynn. "And the rock?" "The Rrcat stronghold of the city Indeed, of the country the fortress of Yad-ipara.- sara?" A growl of hatred followed these words, and I saw that It was likely to go hard with O'Ryan. "Stnyl" I cried, raising my nrm for silence. "Those who fight In a cnuse, faithful to that cause, are worthy of honor. These foreign dogs, valiant though they be. fight often In igno- M 31 HI ."W .WHiSIKK .... .... -- W iTS?l ) struggle was short and sharp. I was nimble to mnkp nny kind of rpslstnnrp from my horse and nnd was drng-c- d Tonic niv hands tied securely behind me. O'R 'an and his mpn fought desperateCardui is advertised and ly, and for it few nilntitns thp clash sold by its loving friends. of stei'l woke tin pc'iops of tlio wood. The lady who advised Put number to'd. O'llynn was knock-pMrs. Mirse to take Cardui, out of hi s"ddlp and was bound as I was, nnd had herself been cured of throe of his inon worn Six men lay also taken prisoners serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what dead, two of ours nnd four of the bearing terrible witness to tho Cardui would do. fact that the fight had been no child's If Cardui cured Mrs. It rose from the plain abruptly, Its frowning top Jagged as though light- play. It was my first experlencb of Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it ning had played angry sport with It medieval wnrfare. but It was not dessurely will cure you too. It looked square in shape, but I could tined to be my last. get to Won't you try it? heaven." "With luck we may not judge its height from this disO'ltynn whispered to me. "but I don't Please do. tance. we'll ever get to Yadasara. is a mighty stronghold," said think "It O'Rynn after a pause, "and I trust Prisoners of war get badly handled. We'd be I may never And myself shut on tho poor devilsbetter off lying with those yonder." wrong side of Its walls." Surrounded on every side by moun- people, and she looked more, a woninn "Why?" Is of man "It hap a bad name for those who tains, iwlllght It was short duration in n Everycould love. turned Drussenland. dark long before eyr was toward me we came to our journey's end. nnd In as I ndvanced up the hall. Certainly splto of O'Rynn's gloonly forebodings never bofore had l boon such u cpnter I was not sorry to reach the rebel .of attraction. ' I saw O'Rynn standing headquarters. nt the foot of the platform between The rebel camp, which was set two soldiers, but as approached he around a good sized town, called eluded their vigilance and. rushing Meern. I learned Inter, lay between toward me, fell on his knpp and kiss two spurs of the hills, and we came ed my hand, whispering ns he did so: upon It suddenly. O'Rynn and I wore "Admit everything. It's our only taken Into u barrack yard full of arm- chance." ed men nnd after our hands had been Evidently I had to play a part of untied were locked In n dungeon. We some sort. There was silence for some were In absolute darkness nnd for moments ns I stood at the foot of the some moments stood quite still and platform. The princess leaned forward were silent. Then O'Rynn growled In her sent to study me closely, and I out n long string of onths, which must tried to look unconscious of the sensahave given him considerable trouble tion caused. to collect, nnd ended by consigning He In the white robe and the silver himself to perdition for lenving his girdle was the first to speak. flask In his saddlebag. "Is It true what this man has toid A flood of daylight pouring into the concerning you?" he said, pointing to open doorway O'Rynn. darkness through the awoke me nnd nlmost blinded me too. "Sometimes men lie. What has he I rose to my feet, but tho two soldiers told concerning me?" I said. who entered had not come for me. "That suddenly, while he watched in They shook O'Ryan. who. nfter n few the night, you came from the mounsleepy grunts, stood up. very wide tains quickly by a path unknown, awake indeed. which no man has traveled." "Wanted so soon?" he said. "It Is true." One of the soldiers nnswered In the "Know you aught of us In Drussennfiirmative. land?" "flood! Far better than long wait"I know that war sings death among said, nnd ho shook hands with ing." he the hills." me. "Naught else?-The next moment he was gone. Tho "i know that Khr.vni looks down nnd PKINCKSS DAItlA. door closed and was locked again, and displease the king. TIioso who nre I was alone. Perhaps mi hour elapsed :s sorrowful, hiding his neaa witn a, carried to Its gates seldom return. It before the door opeiied ngalu. A sol- cloud." Is the time of the middle ages here, dier entered and placed on the floor "The great Khryin shall be npased Verrall, and they were barbarous some food and a flagon of wine. I tomorrow." he said. "Is It from Khryin times, you know. Death has a hun- thanked him. and he sainted me. He you have come?" He asked tho question slowly. dred ghastly realities In tho fortress waited until had eaten some of the came from the "I have said that of Yadasara." food and drunk tho wine, with what TIito was little swagger about this relish I leave to the Imagination, and mountains, lias any man traversed adventurer as he spoke. Fearless as then request pd me to follow him. Out- the path I have' traversed?" "And you have come to help us?" he was about most things, the fortress side a sninll guard received me. and "To all good." had Inspired him with awe. He shook l wns taken across the barrack yard, "Tell us your mission that we may up his horse, and we went on at a which was full of life and business, know you." rapid trot, the men behind keeping to a building on the opposite side. "From the mountains have I como to close to us. Soon nfferward we enIt must have been about noon when Ro tered a wood. O'Ryan reined in his n body of warriors more imposing than help you against your enemies. horse, and wo proceeded slowly and any I had yet seen marched Into the strong, and your princess shall sit upon the throne In Yndasara. Bo faithsilently. yard. The olllcer came to me. "I wonder where those fellows are," "The prim ess holds council, and I am ful, be patient, and that which has he said. commanded to bring you before her." been hidden for nges from your eyes shall once more sparkle In the sunlight We were approaching tho outskirts he said. In Drussenland." of the wood, i.nd he had hardly spoI inclined my head. My allusion to tho treasure hnd nn ken when there was a sharp clatter of My Journey to the council hall was horsesi .hoofs coming rapidly toward through tho streets, and many people, electrical effect upon my audience. when a won' of mpn. similarly iifcnulerod to my com- panlons, rushed upon us. Tho CIIAPTRR III. had not gone fifty yards tt u ni II 20 fii' is" fll 21 0 27 fli Si M0 0 IS 53 f7 03 . fll 44 fll 50 0 53 f7 02 f7 04 7 15 MYSTlO SAMPLE STEI'HEINSI'UIIT. ADDISON. ... i.uninuiiu II 05 III &. r.o 47 18 15 15 01 51 no nu fin 4 to 3i 23 fi 42 34 II 00 Take holt ulovkupoiit. .. SKIU.MAN IIAWhHVlLLE -- I'ETlflE. -. 10 II flOW 57 33 f5 22" no 0i fj f5 5 14 10 VH It ii'sH"" 41 7 .'17 HHOI'n 9 bb 4 57 30 e i f7 45 f7 50 7 5!l It . . 13 37 f9 40 19 7f 4 5T ... 4 The Woman's 1 cno-m- y. i 1 J , 1 " sees only nn enemy today. Khryin may recognize one who shall tomorrow be his messenger. This foreign dog has been so marked out. Had It not been given to him to know me might hp not hnve attacked mo Instead of welcoming me? If In his Ignorance he wished to take mo to those whom he lervcd was lie not faithfully fulfilling his duty ns lie understood It? The priests have well understood nnd haw rightly spoken the Inw. but of this man thpy have not spoken." "Ho Is a foreign dog: It Is enough." i;ald the count, but no sound of approbation followed. "1 came from the mountains, and to he mountains can return." "The priests hnve not yet consulted." he said. "Lot them beware how they do so." I "fn their study lies t'.ie nnswered. fate of Dni'senland. This man Is my irmor bearer, my page and squire, ilpeak, princess. Judge betwixt Count Vnsca and me. As your knight claim tills man. sacred to me ul"! to my cause." 1 1 tt 05 f? 23 U to rance." 49 s II 7 i' 6T 7 IS 8M fs2l t'VIKS f7 04 "To that man owes many a knight tt 40 DUTCH " "xi his overthrow." said the count. iS'iop'ni 7 fa 12 35 am OWKNHUOUO 3 50 18 35 3 45 6 5T S 40 CON WAV.. .. "If hp hns been mighty In a wrong ... 27 f7 tt 4'J MA'JTIMJLV. 'tt 23" "tMl"" cause more mighty shall ho bo In a f7 31 tt S3 OltlFriTIl .. in m tt 19 tt 57 fI2 27 STANLY .. .. right one. lie hns told the truth of me fi1 35 tt 10 'fTiT 6 34 fit 03 '0 NEWMAN f tt tt 10 and Is therefore sacred to me nnd to 7 40 I!) 10 ICE ED fb SI tt 01 f7 o.i f pi HEALS my cause." f" 59 ie if 5S It IS ... t! 13 SI'OT'JSVILLE. 7 f3 II I have not understood our It "Then fit 21 HASKETT. 7 52 6 08 f3 07 25 a 42 30 05 KENDKlttUN 7 39 laws," said Count Vnscn in a voice 3 00 2 55 5 55 pD55 10 15 ' 10 am 2 30 EVANSVILLK... 2 35 which rang clear and loud through the 7 40am 7 40pni 9 00 pm t 34 um ST. l.Otrisi ... hall, "Since the days when the mountains shut In our land no foreign dog lias come to us, who are true Drusscn-lander"f" Stops on Signal. Where no tune shown trams DO NOT stop. I Our enemies hnve called them Trains 145 and 146 carry free recliniiiK chir cirs between Louisville and Su In to slay us. but we who are true Louis, Pullman Local sleepor between Louisville and Evausville. Through people hate them even with n more sleeper between Louisville and St. Louts. deadly hatred than those who. born No, I4I will stop at stations west of Clovorport to discharge passengers fro.i In the land, bear arms against us In oast of Cloverport. tho pay of him who cnlls himself the No, I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharffe passengers from king. Have not the priests, speaking as with the mouth of Khrym himself, west of Cloverport. commanded us to crush them ns we would reptiles under our feet? Hnve tho priests given us false counsel, or does this knight o'erstep his mission? Would Khryin speak In one way to the Between irvlngton and Fordsvlllc West Bound priests and after another manner to tast Bound his messenger? Is It not strange, eeotid Class I'lrst Class First Class Second Class that two commands concerning No 7 No. 112 No. I IS fso. 9 No. 6 our enemies are given us?" No. 10 No. 8 STATIONS TTT" T "Count Vnsca speaks most truly," I B t, 1'uss. Pass. ';rc .llxed Kreltt't Sund'v Dally said. "Rut man's Judgment Is bound Dully lHy "nj'y IJ.ily Only ex Sun Dally by the things of today, and of the morrow ho knows naught. Where mnn 10 00am II 10am Lv. l KVIMTTON 45um 4 15am 815am' 10 10am 11 10gx " fit fll LEWISI'OKT ... WAIT.MA.V.. MAOEo ADA lie. .. .. . 9 31 25 9 12 f9 20 fi if r, 44 r, m 7 . . . . 5(1 H H . . I 1 1 . - 1 311 -- . Pull-uin- Hartford Line prln-ces- -- x-- S 11 ex-Sa- t. (1 f55 7 OU f7 s7 7 7 20 23 34 41 30 8 55 0 20 1( 30 S Ml 35 111 fill. ...11ASIN ft st f7 50 57 10 19 9 10 10 10 9.0 5S 13 Ml 51 sl20lpm sll ,0 49 .. . .. Ar SPUING UAKKIELD.. IIAKNEI) ... lUNOTION HA Hill NSHUKO . 25 43 fl2 OS 112 15 MS 27 12 3(i .. . tt2l H 30 tt 1U53 1100 11 10 M 31 42 1120 11.10 11 fl2 fl2 s fl2 40 45 511 .. .. .McOL'AHY GLEN I)E,N DEM PSTEIt HOOKVALK VAN.A.NT A .JUNCTION KlltlC. . HoSpm 1150m 38 112 iO 1 00 3 30 Ar EA1S1UTON Lv roitliSVILLI. OAKS ELLAHTCH 'KINS, . . 5li 45 30 I - 33 f 8 27 f 8 24 f 8 IS s 8 15am 5 45 fi 9 9 9 9 9 f9 f8 8 s8 51 20 22 s f s s 3i li f s f s S 11 1'3 s 39 f 30 f 22 s HI s 05 f 00 f 54 f 750 f 7 45 S 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 h 7 35 12 OJ 53 40 s s f 3 15 s 2 52 f 2 37 s 2 30 10 10 3 10 15 10 10 10 01 9 51 9 43 9 30 9 31 9 20 9 23 9 15 k 10 9 05 50 2 15 n 2 05 f 1 55 f 1 47 1 si 28 si 23 t f f 1 35 17 7 35 7 30am - 13 1 05 1 1 00 5l'pm 12 WGST HOUND Between Dempster and Falls of Rouirli Plf"' 27 Passenger Dally Ulasi 2S HOUND tiAST Sicona Cluss 3t Allxed - 'rsi TIMETABLE 1 1',""'t cias Class 26 Passenger D TT Klr 1 Second Class ' Passenger Dally 0KXT"1 40 a in 9 00 a 111 8 P''"" T'uio Taiilu went! 7. 24 Into eireot Sunday. June 19. 1910. ut II :59 p m Passenger STATIONS FALL- - O 32 Atlxed Monday ind'hri.!'-Only 1 fumlay 12 311 12 51. Dally Except uuday , lly Monday. only I Except Sunday 2 35 12 15 2f p ni ts p 1,. p in u 111 HE I'STEK IIOUOIl S 35 15 a 111 am p in p cu ' 2 08 p ui 1 43 p nj I 1 "Princess" "Pardon, count," she said. Interrupting him. "Sir Knight, the man N yours." Do you to buy n farm or business ' "If you do "Study tonight," said the' princess, lind ju&t what you need in this department. Jf you aro interest"Tomorrow turning to the priests. after sunset shall we hold audience, ed in any of the following proprieties write us at onco for owner's and you shall declare If this is lif so niuno and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once long by you expected. Count, sec Mils you and let you knight and his servant well attended telling us woul I'm us introduce you to the man who has have then come to me. you you In private." looking for. For one moment the princess looked Wo recommend tho following properties as being 'productive at me keenly and then turned. A dour at the back of the platform was and fair in price. thrown open, and. followed by a guard of soldiers, she disappeared. Do You Want to Sell your farm or business? 11 Real Estatef Department want what want and where want it thevery property ym-lim- y I Ti are Wwofifl as Well as Men are Made Miserable chiefly women nnd old men. had gathered to sec me pass We turned Into a courtyard surrounded on three sides by by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessens ambition ; beauty, vigor aim cueeriui-nes- s soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not inon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with depend pon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step rhould be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a. diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men arc made miserbed-wettin- able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root by druggists, in fifty-ceand size bottles. You may have a sample bottle by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all one-doll- is soon realized. nt It is sold 1 &;Jjiiii.SZgq including many of th thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers who found Swamp-Roo- t to be just the remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamten, K. Y., be rare and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the same, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the address, UingUamtou, N. Y., ou every bottle, massive stone buildings and, marching straight ncross, halted for a moment before gates which opened Into n grent hall. At each end of the building wns n huge round window, but tho lighting was Insufficient, and the plnce was gloomy. The floor wns of stone flags, worn a good deal, and Indeed the whole edifice looked old. know llttlo of architecture, but although tho stylo was common In Drussenland I have seen nothing like It elsewhere. Seated In the center of tho hnll on a platform was a woman surrounded by knights who wero clad In Bteel a goodly sight to look upon. If strange to such eyes ns mine. Just below the platform on either side stood a dozen men In loose garments reaching from shoulder to heel, tied nt the waist with a white sash, the ends of which fell to the ground. Each worp a white skullcap. They were all elderly men. nnd their hair nnd benrds hnd been allowed to grow at will. To say that the princess wns the most beautiful woman my eyes had ever rested upon Is hnrdly to describe her. The whole of Princess Darla'a world allowed that she was the most beautiful of women, and the women of Drussenland nro beautiful. Her warriors, from tho highest knight to tho humblest soldier, worshiped her and had sworn obedience to him who should win her for himself. My first impression was that she was fit to rule those who bowed before her. She looked queenly nnd their mistress. Seated in her chair of state, ns I first saw her, she looked a princess; she looked what she wns,, tho Idol of her 1 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar wilt a store room over It, two goo I stock barrui one tenant house; about 5oO apple and peart trees, also pears, iulacos and apricots; most all kinds of small fruits, Including a nice vluyard of choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared balance In woods 125 acres In grass, sorer grovesof black locust butHcleut for posts u wire tho whole farm In. It lies near Ekror on L. II. & St. L. It. U. price Is (5.000 long and easy payments. FOlt SALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded The Great Toilet Germicide? by good, prosperous farmers. This Is Jusi You don't have to pay 50c or 11.00 ai place for some young physician to stey 1,w acres four west of flOO Ulomleune, 3 miles miles brunch tho a good practice und a good drug business Into pint for llstorlan antiseptics or perfrom established physician wants acres hi laud; oxide. You can make 1G pints of a more railroad; all freshgrass; 100 produce cultiva- An oldreason tor selling, For furtherto retln partic50 acres In will the best Is the tion; cleansing, germicidal, healing and deodor- corn, wheat aud tobacco In neighborhood; ulars address JNO. U. IIAII1IAOK. Olovor Ky. izing antiseptic solution with one 25a pleuty lasting water, well at door of dwell port. box of Puxtlne, a soluble antlseptla 151 north of Hard-the llntndctiuurx road. Wei watered, pluntv of timber for "Rest here until tomorrow." said the Improvements, ooublu Log house, small rloy ton spacious stable.. Uood rich land. Hue for li Informacount, ushering us Into bacco. Terms easy. For further I), lubbago, Cloverport, Ky. npartment. "I will see that you ure tion served." In n short time food was brought us IfWl H0 ucri-s- , 2 miles from Ouston. tPUfOUU 3 niiies from trvlniUon; well and wine In flagons. wntered: lays wed; good young orchard; good timber ; on rural route ; school housu few yards fro t house: Improvements; good four room To be Continued dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two good brns; birn and tenent house and cistern back In the Ueid; iLeat aud lien house; wood shea; will sellon easy payments; plenty HAVE YOU TRIED PAXTINE of sui-.i- l fruit. Fun her particulars address Jno. D. liabbage, Cloverport, Ky. 3K miles V Count Vnsca came to me. "I nm commanded to see you fittingly entertained." ho said, and he led the wuy through one of tho sldo doors. O'Ryan and 1 following, n small guard behind us. whether to honor us or to see that we did not escape l do not know. We passed down several long corridors nnd then mounted a tllght of for your property, send price and description at one and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick salei want cash yos Jno. tCQen 07 ajres, insuurg, neur D. Babbage. stairs. ing; log dwelling. 2 rooms and sldo roomi good ttuible ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant house. Plenty of good timber for farm purposes! good land to clear. Price 2.000 H cash. FOlt SaLE A farm containing 250 acres and under fence. A ulco cottage ct fl' O Pr powder, obtainable at any drug store. Paxtlne destroys germs that causo disease, decay and odors, that Is way It Is the best mouth wash and gargle, and why It purifies tho breath, cleanses and preserves the teeth better than ordinary dentifrices, and In sponge bathing it completely eradicates perspiration and other disagreeable body odors. Every dainty woman appreciates this and its many other toilet and hygienic use3. Faxtlne Is splendid for sore throat, inflamed eyes and to purify mouth and "ADMIT KVBHYTJIINO. IT'S OOIl ONIiT breath after smoking. You can get Pax-tin- e CUANOE." Toilet Antiseptic at any drug- - store, price 25c and 50c, or by mall postpaid The princess rose to lief feet, und the from The l'uxton Toilet Co., Boston, steel rung mightily as every sword Masi., who will send you a free sample leaped from its scabbard. Tho priests If you would like to try it before buying. bowed low, and shout after shout mado tho masslvo walls echo again. Only one man seemed uutuored at . -: .- ?Z X- - &Xz Ztti rr Z 3t C- - I RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, aro you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Tolophono & Telegraph Company and have him oxplaiu tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY Subscribe IRVINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Henry and little girl left last week for Lclt hlleld lo make their homo in he future, after spending sometime here the guests of Mr and Mrs I). W. Henry. Mr.- and Mrs. Sam luce and two children, Alvln and Iva, who have been in Tallahassee, Florida, for the past month as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ctilloy, returned home last - Wednesday. J. M. Herndon spent last Saturday II. P. Hart have re short visit to' relatives this issue. Louis Jolly was appointed admlnls trator of his mother's estato last Mon and friends at Baskctt day. Miss Jessie Brady left Saturday for The Irvlngton Hardware and Imple Louisville where she is spending the mcnt Company are talking business week with hor sister, Mrs. Tony Mc- this week. Head their ad and tell Coy. them you saw it in the Breckenrldge Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne returned News. yesterday from Hardlnsburg where Jim Witt, Millard Frank and Lum they visited Mrs. Payne's mother, Davis arc all well pleased with their Mrs. Mary Hoston. business in Irvington. Jim Witt says Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron went to they are nearly working the life out Louisville Friday to attend the funeral of him. of their cousin, Miss Esther Dent. Charlie Hobblns was in Irvington Miss Susie Pollock left last week Saturday and drove home in a new for Chenault for a several weeks visit surrey purchased of the irvington to relatives. Hardware Co. Charlie reads" the Mrs. Rhodes has gone to Medora to News and says his family couldn't got be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. along without it. Mr. and Mrs. turned from a Rhodes for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dowell spent in Louisville shopping. Mrs. Maggie Mav, of Hardlnsburg of Mrs. M P Payne last week. Missionary Day was observed by tho punlls qf i ho Irvlngton Hnpti&t Sunday School on Sunday morning. The pro gram w,.s splendid, and the entire school took part and the primary pu pils acquitted themselves with credit Tne missionary offering was taken which amounted tof.16. If the best is not too goou for you Lewisfort Best Flour is the flour you ought to use. Kcad the Irvlngton Hardware and Implement Co.'s ad on another page in was the guc Eggs, Eggs! SMART BROS. Champion Pens. Best in Kentucky. Whito and Brown Leghorns, lilack Orphinetons, Silver Laced Wynndottcs, Hatred Ply moth Kocks, (two pons); Whito Bantams. Wo guarantee ovory setting. 120 entries; 11 premiums nt County Fair. HufF nnd Drury's Breeding Stock' Bourke Cochran. Registry No. 2158, Vol. 5. bay Discription and Pedigree Poland China Swine. n 1 mm Give Us a Trial. rv in 1 BOURKE COCHRAN is a blood stallion, fouled April 1902, right hind foot white; sire Chester uros., uioverpon. c j Chlldron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Sunday friends. in Louisville the guests of Mrs. Chas. Pennington and children C ASTO R A I after spending several days as the FARM NOTES. guests of hor sister, Mrs. L. E. Henderson, have returned to Louisville. Reports from various counties show A. D. Pulliam has purchased the property he has been living in from S. that spring work is more advanced ll ii r in 4Un 1UIH, LUW ill tUU R. Payne, of Paducah. Consideration than usual. The extremely low price of tobacco is making many prospective $1,250. , growers hesitate and if contracts with Miss Marguerite Stith, of Bewley-villetenants were nnt already made tho If you have trouble in getting rid of was the week end guest of Mrs area devoted to the weed would be your cold you miiy know that you are Julius Sipplc. greatly curtailed, Hands are hard to not treHting it properly. There is no re Mrs. Newborn Gardner and sister, secure, and while they want more wages ason why a cold should hang on for Miss Mary Smith, suent two days of in many places farmers arn not willing weeks and it will not if you take last week in Guston the guests of their to pay the same as last year. In conRemedy. For sale by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smith. sequence, it is thought much land now all dealeis. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Galloway and devoted to cultivation will be nut In ARLINGTON DARE is-- bay stallion, star, hin ankles white. Sire Highland Dare No. 1S34-children have returned from a brief grass in the near future. If clover ic by Chester Dare No. 10, dnm Mary Skulton No. 515b. she bv Arlington Denmark No. 26 and hn hv HOLT. visit to friends near Guston. seed was not so high there would be a Mamlirino Denmark; This youusr stallion vus fualuJ in 1908 nnd is vminorfir nf nrnmiao Miss Carrie D. Frakes visited Miss great deal sown, and in many places it ighr, is a strong individual an a bld g.mig fellow, with plenty of size and finish. Essie Kendall at her home in Webster is being sown anyhow. For some Horace Bastiam has gone to reason alfalfa has not been a success this week. WHA P SOME GOOD HORSE MEN HAVE TO SAY: in most sections of Kentucky and what E. P. Hardawuy UI like his bold Mrs. Hollls Draine, of Webster, J. Booth and family have moved to stopped olT on her way to Louisville promised to work a revolution in farm Pawnee, 111. Tom Bland 4,lle is the best one that I've seen in theso parts" methods a few years ago, is not now last Thursday and was the guest of Taylor Dowell "He is just the kind that 1 would have boUsht mvself if I had been ffointr to hiiv. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shellman were receiving much attention. The area Mrs. John Akers. He's a show horse, too. " devoted to potatoes in the State will visiting A. Dutschke last Sunday. The residences of J. K. IJramiette, be largely increased notwithstanding Lee Dowell, of Louisville, visited T. Whiter Moorman "lias plenty of bone and substance." Durwood Wroe mid O. C. Kittennous the low price received for the last crop Dowell last week. George "Looks better every time you see him." ' have been improved very much by putMuch more attention would be given Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flood visited ting new fences around thuii. These two stallions will bo f mnd at my place, one mile East of Bewlevville. on tho Louisville unrl to frul growing if the seasons were James Flood near Hardinsburg Sunday. Miss Bessie Bentley, of Henderson, not so lardiiiburg roal and will be permitted to serve mares at Bourke Cochran .$20.00 for colts that stand uncertain, but in many places Miss Minnie Embry, of Cloverport, is was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. the growing of berries is attracting at- visiting Misses Mattie and Susie Black p and suckle. Arlington Dare $15.00 for volts that stand up and suckle. Pulliam Sunday tention? Opinion is divided as to the Mrs. Deefendorfer gave a lecture at status of the pres. nt crop, but much this week. Paris Dutschke has returned from the Presbyterian church on Friday of the early fruit is undoubtedly killed Texas, where he spent the winter. evening on "iuormonism. wh'ch was while apples, etc . are still unhurt. well attended and those present fully Owen Maysey went to Stephensport appreciated it. Mrs. Deefendorfer uowiukuiiw nut hii (i tile minor Saturday a returned missionary and Is engaged ailment-.01 (1 ite y tar the Pearl Ahl has just returned from Clorian at present visiting the Presbyterian sruus.' It is no the cold itsi-elthat verport, where she visited Mrs. John cnurcnes ot Kentucky In the interest y 'ii ner.l 1.. fMr lint 'he seiious Furrow, who is very ill. of Foreign Missions. es tnat it leads Pneumonia .Mr. and Mrs Luther Dowell, of Miss Katie Wroe, of Clover port, and coiimmii( a etuiMing tliMii. Why Sample, visited T. Dowell Sundav. came last week to be the gue.st of Mr. not taki CiiHinherlaiii'.s Cough Remedy Mr. and Mrs. George Powers, of Ste and Mrs. D. Wroe for a .stay of a ami curt; y mr coul wbi'ts you nn? For pheusport, This famous Washington county Jack, known all have moved in with' Mrs. J al; tiy nil de iler-- . week. Gross. over Brcokomidjro, Meade and Hardin counties for The Literary Society will have its Mrs J. Gross has returned from Lou utility mules, together with two of his sons, Gus and regular fortnightly meeting at the The Action of the Committee. isville. Independence, will be found at the abovo mentioned College on F idav evening, March 3I Rufus Hall has gone to Hawesville to place where they will be ready for service at At a meeting of the county commit$10 for a Mrs. (J. T. Marshall returned home tee some time fince several recom- - work in a bakery colt that stands up and sucks. Friday from White Mills where she f M mendatlous were made in regard to ot uioverpon, was has been Visiting for a week. the work of the Sunday Schools of the the guest of Flora Maysey Sunday BEN is a Jack of some age, 15 hands hifrh. Tho J. K. IJramiette bouuht of Lee Stith county. What is the matter with Holt? Four last week a lot on the corner of Main best breeding Jack in tho three counties. First: And that was considered the empty houses in our town. and Walnur street. Consideration$300. most important was that all schools or The hustling m.n", Jas. Dejarnette, Uncle Jnntnie Malm left Monday for ganize teacher's training classes where GUS is a Jack, blaok with white point is planting corn this week. Brandenburg to make his home; with a teacher can be had to teach. and close around 15 hands. Has a great deal of qualiIf the best is not too good for you Mr.Jim Second: That all schools be graded ty and finish. Lewisport BEST Hour is the flour you ought to use. tho 4th INDEPENDENCE will be day of July, 15 hands high, largo bono and black as a John V. SIckelsnilth, of Greensboro, Pa., has three children, and like most crow, would look good at the btate I? air. children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he says ,,but have never found anv yet that did them as much good as Chamberlain's Couah Kemedy." For m sale by all dealeis. M The Best Quality and Lowest Prices is Howard's Motto at T and use the graded course which can be had at all the denominational pub lishlng houses. It was also thought wise and strongly recommended that a thorough house- visitation be made during the month of April. We are sure if this is done and followed up that it will re suit in great good. It was decided that it would be best to hold all con ventions before June 10. We, as your county officers, urge that all ofllcers, teachers and pastors do all you can to c'arry out these recommendations for we are sure it will result in great good. We ask all district officers to begin ,n,l i ,1JI I shmvn avri preparing at once for their conven lion. Hll never beUll defeated whnn lininir w. .'.. fni- - rlw. IIH'MVI ct vincr ItllU line Win flirt . tin A 10 WIS Ull U biticd saddle nnd harness horse sweep stakes at the Hodgenvillo Fair, LaRuo county. tions. T. II. Henderson. Ora Hendricks Dare No. 10, Grand Siro Black Squirrel No. fi8;v dam Mnybol Denmark No. 2019 by Donmark Chief No 082, 2nd dam by Coleman's Eureka F. S.; 3rd dam by Brinker's Dtinow No. 1G00. Bourke Cochran is 1(5 bunds high, weight 1150 pounds, beautiful head nnd neck, tho best bunk you ever saw on a luirso; good bono; without a blemish; lino mnno and tail and carries tail right; never need a pinch of ginger. This horse is absolutely in a class to himself; standard and registered. Ho goes all tho gaits fast and well. His gaits are natural and not acquired. Bourke Cochran has made a reputation that would be a credit to anv living stal Arlington 3433. Dere Registry No. 1 1 t" n u,-a- P:-athe- r , im-s- t t 3 dii-ea-- - uft-1- 1 ti.-- JACKS BEN 3 t. I m If Spring Opening Cilftn Dour. , W ra Kv . - To the get of Bourke Cochran and Arlington Dare I will give premium of $20 and $15 respectfully for the best R0SETTA - ' - j wu New line 5c calicoes 10c Laces at 5c Embroideries at 5c lbs. Arm & Hammer Soda 5c .'I lb. can Hominy 5c a lb. can Standard Tomatoes 15c 1 3 lb. can Kraut 5c Concentrated Lye 5c can The best and cheapest cotTee on Earth The best and cheapest Flour, Meat and Lard For Men Men's Working Shirts and Over- alls, Hats, Caps, Ties. Sox, Underwear. For The Garden Garden Seed, Rakes, Hoes, Forks, Plows, Seed Potatoes Hay, Oats "Highest Price Paid For Country NEW MATTING Produce"! Lonnie Adk'sson, of Louisville. is visiting his uncle, W. N. Adkisson. Miss Pearl Gillingwater, of Lakeland, is visiting her father, Able Gillingwater. Frank Willis, of Louisville, visited his brother, J. W. Willis, this week. J. O. Willis of Klngswood, who has been visiting his son, J. W. Willis, left for Louisville Sunday to visit relatives. Several attended the County Union, held at Harned last Wednesday. If the best Is not too good for you Lewisport Best Flour Is the flour you ought to use. For any palu from top to toe, from any cause, apply Dr. Thomas' Electic oil. Pain can't stay where it is used. colt, the get of each. Will give a premium of $10 for best mule colt. A few mares from a distance kept on grass at $1.50 per month. Accidents at owner's risk. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to merit a continuance of same, I am Very respectfully, If you want a threshing machine we can get It? if you want a milch cow we have 'em; name anything you want. If we haven't got it we will get it JESSE M. HOWARD, Notice All persona indebted to Mrs. Jas Cordrey will please come forward and Glen Dean, Ky. WBm settle. Irvlngton, Ky. CKas. PL Drurv