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The Breckenridge news: April 5, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911040501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 5, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXV P R. IN T 8 Paces No. 39 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911. Semi-centenni- Next Wednesday is The Which opened the Civil War. REPUBLICAN STATfc al of Ft. Sumpter's Bombardment e A complete story of the fight will be published in next week's Breckenrido-- News : : : : BROTHERS FIGHT THEIR OWN BROTHERS WM. SMITH CONVENTION JULY 11 BE SURE TO READ IT APRIL 28-TO- TAL JUDGE ELI BROWN GLASSCOCK DEAD Was III Only One Week Of Pneu- SUN TO BE HIDDEN ECLIPSE. Makes Home Baking Easy PASSES AWAY. Louisville, Ky April i By a vote of 3 to 1, Louisville won out over Lexington as the the next Past Republican place to hold to nominate Stnte Was An Ardent Democrat Born After A Long Illness-W- as canconvention in Meade County-Liv- ed in Three Score Years And Ten. didates for state offices, at a meeting of the State Central committee held at the Grand Gait house this afternoon. Leaves Twenty-Fiv- e Owensboro Twenty Years-W- as The convention will be held in LouisChildren-Bur- ial Saturday. Twice Married. 11, and the county ville on Tuesday-Julconventions on Saturday, July 8. The MEMBER OF BAPTIST CHURCH basis of representation in the state con- FUNERAL HELD IN LOUISVILLE. vention will be one delegate vote to every 100 votes cast for Taft, which means William Smith died of consumption Owensboro, Ky., March 3O. Judge about 2,400 delegate votes in the con- Ell Brown, one of the best known atat his home on the hill last Friday. He vention years of age. torneys In Kentucky, died at 11 o'clock was seventy-fiv- e tonight alter a long illness of a comHe leaves a wife, two sons, one daugrand-childrand plication of diseases. Jedge Brown ghter, twenty-fiv- e and a host of had been a resident of Owensboro for MEN AND WHAT THEY six great grand-childre- n the past twenty years. He stood with friends. :: ARE DOING :: Sir. Smith was a member of the leaders of the bar in Western Kentucky and was well known throughout the Clover Creek Baptist church, and was a good citizen. He was successful and Bowmer Burks, the grandson of Mr. State. Judge Brown was born in Branhonest in his business dealings and .1 and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer, is meeting denburg, Meade county, November I3, highly respected citizen. with splendid results in Ohio where he I8I3. He moved to Hawesvllle with The funeral was held Saturday and is traveling salesman for Ahron & Ott. his parents and began the study of law. the burial took place in the grave yard Mr. Burks is one of the younges He formed a partnership with Judge traveling men of the Falls City who is George Williams, one of the most celeat Clover Creek Baptist church. making good. brated attorneys in Kentucky. In 1878 Judge Brown moved to Louisville, Walls-Pa- te. Robert J. Ball, formerly of Hardins-burg- , where he engaged in the practice of who holds a responsible position law for ten years. In 1S01 he removed Miss Callle Walls was married to to Owensboro. Everett Pate, of Cloverport, March the with the Southern Optical Company in Judge Brown was au ardent DemoLouisville, is engaged in the study of en monia Nearly Age-An At Her Home At Mook f Sixty-Fiv- e Years-O- Old Time Woman. NEAR HUDSON. BURIED ooo Almost sixty-fiv- e ears of age, Nancy F. Glasscock, wife of William Glasscock, of Mook, died March 3O, after an illnes of a week of pneumonia Before marriage she was Nancy F. LeGrand, a sister of Tom- LeGrand, who survives her. She was buried in the family burying ground, near her old home, not far from Hudson. Mrs. Glasscock was one of the eood old time characters who believe in liv ing with a purpose, always busy with useful work, a home maker.economical. strictly believing in living well and ac cumulating something from day to day. A rare, good woman, whose life is worthy of emulation, has gone to her 1 e ward. On two days of this vear the sun will be hidden from the view of people in certain sections of the United States. One of the eclipses will occur on April 23 and will bj visible to this country with the exception of the northern and northeastern portions, the eclipse extending north as far as a line drawn through the cities of Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Butte, Mont., and Portland, Ore. The eclipse also will be visible to Mexico. Central America, the western portion of the West Indies, the eastern half of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific ocean, the path of totality extending from Auckland, Australia, across the Pacific ocean almost to Central America An annular eclipse of the sun will occur on October 22, which will be invis-abl- e to the United States, but visible to Asia, Philippine Islands, Australia, the norther part of New Zealand and the Pacific ocean. weeks' tour through the nrincioal cities of America, following the New Orleans season, the success of which tour was so immediate and pronounced, that he decided to continue this policy. As the company must return to Paris by June 1st., in order to open their season in that city, their tours must necessarly be very short and can only embrace four performances in Louisvillo in this years' itinerary, and this is. a compliment which Louis villians should be quick to grasp. The entire esemble of artists, principals, ballet, chorus and orchestra will appear here and the selection of operas comprises "Manon"for Monday night; "Herodiade" Tuesday IS Tho only baking powder nsacfo Absolutely Pure IME frans Royal Crape Gream of Tartar NEW BETHEL. NQ ALUM,N0 PHOSPHATE Settled At Stephensport. i- Rev. I. C. Argabright will preach at New Bether next Sunday at 11 o'clock. J. D. Seaton, of Cloverport, was here twenty-nint- h. Mrs. Ball Dead. Mrs. Nat Ball, of McQuady, died Saturday. Her death was caused by tuberculosis. Before her marriage she was a Miss Furrow. She was a sister She leaves nt W R mil rf Pisdfih. & husband and three children. f Bank Safely Run. Paul Snyder, former cashier of the Bank of Glen Dean, will be succeeded by his wife. Mrs. Snyder's assistant is Miss Louise Moorman, the daughter of This bank the Hon. D. C. Moorman. women. law and intends to make the profession crat, but never sought political preferment. He was a Presidential elechis life work. tor in 1872 on the Democratic ticket was married to Miss Nancy Dorsey, Paul Snyder, formerly of the Bank He 187S. of Nelson county, on February of Glen Dean, has. been appointed To this union were born four children. State Bank Examiner by Dr. Bruner, They were Eli H. Brown, Jr., of FrankSecretary of State. He is well qualifort, a member of the Slate Prison fied for the work and his efficiency and W. Dorsey Brown, of good banking judgment will be appre Commission; Texas, and Mrs. George B. Black, of ciated by the public. Mr, Snyder is a Seattle, his eldest son, who was cn the Milton, Kentucky, man and was in stall of the old Louisville Commercial, banking business in Lexington pre- - last week representing the Security Life Insurance Co., of Chicago. A. L. At wood has moved from ooo Dr. H. F. Litchfield has located at Stephensport. He - a graduate from the Medical Department of The University of Louisville. Mrs. Litchfield was Miss Rosa Leibovitz, of Lewisport. Dr. Litchfield was formerly interne at the- - Louisville City Hospital. the Hawkins farm here to the farm, he has purchased from his brother, Porter Atwood. Mrs. Cornelia Miller, of Hardinsburg, has been spending the past month with her sou, D. S. Miller, of Pass Hog Ordinance. died in IS94. illK!s39iHillllllllllllllllB Judge Brown's second marriage was to Miss Elizabeth Keegan, of Louisville, to which union no children were born. Eli Brown. Jr,, and Dorsey Brown were at their farher's bedside at his death. The body was taken to Louisville for burial. known stock man, and no more reliable examiner could have been secured by At the regular council meeting Monday night in the City Hall the hog or dinance was passed, keeping the hogs and pigs out ot the town pens from May until October first. Donation Party. Dandy Court. Tte High School boys have marked dandy tennis court on the school , the county. j ui. t. malllim Bnumnna STEP DOWN AND OUT Louisville, Ky., April pf nf 1. Piqued at PAUL SNYDER the Democratic nomination for . . rr .1.. itfl.l oun fttiu James, tue two iouisviue oBses, announced tills morning tuat vious to his marriage to Miss Nancy Smith, of Fordsville. He has been connected with the Glen Dean institution not quite a year. Mrs. Snyder is herself greatly interested in banking, In an inttrvlew John Whallen said aud she and Mr. Snyder have made the ai ne never again wuuiu iukc uuj in- work their "hobby," and together have vest in city state or national politics given it close study. As the youngest Sam Cardeti, living near Irvlngton, . .. x . t ii (l i Mia uiuiuci uau liitiutt bank examiner In Kentucky f Mr. Sny- planted two and acres of corn . . I. . .IV meir minus 10 41m iiuc ynmc wi- - der will make the best the State can last week. Lafe Behen has returned to the L., H. & St. R, R. shops after a good rest of several months. Since Mr. Behen began the machinist trade, he has never taken more than seven days vacation. He stuck to his machine for Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Rowland renearly a dozen years and mastered it skillfully. 1 ceived cards last week announcing the arrival of Coral Attalie Marsh at the Siloy McCc acken has been back at home of hsj parents, Mr. and Mrs. his post at the Henerson Route shops Charles Marsh, March thefttenth at for several weeks and has turned out Gordonhurst Avenue, Upper Mpntclair, some excellent jobs from the paint in. j. ine motner beiore Her mar shop. His workmanship always at- riage was Miss Belle Bruce Bold. tracts attention, and the L, , H. & St. L. is proud of his work. Grand Opera In Louisvilf 000 Rev. Farmer and Mrs. Farmer were given a donation party Friday evening at the Baptist parsonage. Seventy-fiv- e ought to use. church members and friends called during the evening and left acceptable presents which were greatly appreciaNotice HOLT ted. Cash donations amounting to There has been no letter received in $13 were received. They and their this ollice regarding Rev. Frank Farm, Anion Miller has been visiting Ealvin children have many friends in this er as was circulated. Editor. Heudrick at Hardinsburg. cltv. Frank Miller has returned from IlliMr. Henry Boyd's Grandson. PEOPLE AND THEIR GARDENS., nois. - night: "Lakme" Wednesday matinee this place. Taylor and Will Basham were in and "Les Hugenots" for Wednesday Hardinsburg Saturday. night. Mrs. J. D. Seaton, who has been in- disposed, is improving. Tobacco Moving Mrs. Lee Walls and little daughter, Linnie, visited her daughter, Mrs. D. The delivery of the pledged tobacco S. Miller, Sunday. began Monday and the growers are Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Houston have making iheirdeliveries at Hardinsburg moyed into their new residence near Irvingtor., Harned and Garfield. This here. is putting money in tin farmers pocket If the best is not too good for you books and getting the wnole county in Lewisport Best Flour is the Hour you a good humor. 000 000 one-half 1 11 H I 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 find. 0 0 0 Contents on and w w v nat ml lnev are uoinsr. T--v rriinshnrrr lronis .i..-J. v r i i r t . . litical News itorials Mulhattan Writes alf-hundr- Alvln Skillman came down from E. E. Hardaway, traveling salesman Hardinsburg Saturday with a fine pair for the Standard Oil Company, was in of mules which he sold to Bern Hensley. town Saturday. His ambition for 1011 of Daviess county, for $375, is tp sell Hardinsburg and Cloverport a carload of street oil. The town Just Named. could follow no better example than to The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelse take the steps Elizabathtown has which is as follows: "The dust nuisance will Quiggins who arrived March 10, was be abated and Main Cross street will named Morris Vincent Quiggins last be oiled from the depot to the Baptist Friday. He is a fine little man and church. The county will also oil the his parents and little sister are very Public Square. The city council made proud of him. a contract with the Standard Oil Co. Dr. Shivley In Stephensport. Friday for 0,000 or 8,000 gallons of oil at 3 cents per gallon to be used upon the streets. If the oil allays the dust, Dr. George Shivley has arrived in as It Is claimed it will, the residents of Stephensport to locate. He was at that the city should feel grateful to the place eight years ago and has been council for the course It has pursued." pratlcing In Owensboro. Mrs. Shivley E'town Mirror. ' will arrive at Stephensport soon. of Glen Dean, sheep examiner for Breckenrldge county, was here last week. Mr. Moorman gave all the farmers, except one, of this district certificates for their stock and found the flocks bf sheep in good condition. Mr. Moormau is a well 000 Locals, and Moro ooo Walter Moorman, Visiting Their Parents. Mrs. Walter Sherman, of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. John Burks, of Louisville, and Mrs. Chas Moortnan, of Versailles, rt Bros.' Farm Tlmnrlnr Knight of The Silver Star spent Sunday with their father and mother, Mr. and, Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. "People planted their gardens when the sun was shining like spring, the snow has come and left Its sting, and now they have to plant them over again," wrote Lib Smith last Thursday to Dr. Ratl'erty. The doctor will appreciate this poetic ellort, for he loves poetry, and before he left for that lumber plantation in the South, he used to sit in Brabandt's studio with the boys and compose poetry by the yard. Brabandt says that Smith always writes the darkest side of happenings around town to their old partner so he will not get homesick for he has mediAlthough Louisville has been vivlted cine will cure guaranteed to cure if the best is not too good Lewisport any that by many grand opera organization it ailment but that. The gardens, remains until this late in the dayffor Best Flour is the Hour you ought to though, there is truth in Lib's poetry. Some did have to plant them "over this city to be complimented by the np use. agin." pearance of the one big operatic org; ization in America outside of that con- ROSETTA Mr. Wesley Steel said his radishes nected with the Metropolitan Opera got bit, but he sowed them over and House, New York, and this organizahas also planted parsnips, beats aud all tion is the far famed Grand Opera Comvegetables exceDt beans and corn. G. C. Garner has moved his sawpany for the French Opera House, New mill from B. S. Wilson's, of near Big Orleans, under the direction of M. Jules Spring, to Harvey Gross. Down at the old Murphy place, Mr. Layolle, which Manager J. J. Garrlty, Eugene Kingsbury has one of the rich-eBorn, to the wife of Owen Gilling-wate- r, of the Shubert Masonic Theatre, angarden spots in town, and week be last Sunday morning, a fine boy. fore last he planted quite a bit of corn. nounces for three nights and one matinee, commencing Monday night, April W. A. Priest has been confined to his Miss Mamie Dellaven says she is 3rd. To those music lovers who have room a week with rheumatism. going to put in some garden this year witnessed performances given at the Mrs. John Legrand spent Tuesday and has it all planned. Grand Opera House, Paris, it need with Mrs. Rosa Cates, of Bewleyvllle. the French only be said that If you have chickens in town no one Marvin Ross traded for a nice young Opera Company of New Orleans, else around you can have a garden in prin- mare from Mr. Mtnter, of IrvInMpn. nearly all comprises the peace, and If you have a garden of cipals of that most superb of all singing Air. anu airs, w, in. Auiusson were your own you don't want any one else organizations. The company is brought the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George around you to have chickens. Miss Virginia McG&vock says Cnrlstmas to New Orleans every winter through a Gilpin, of near Irvlngton, Saturday. they had twenty-seve- n chickens and large subscription fund raised among W. T. Mercer, of Fisher, was the now only nine are left, for they have the wealthy Creoles of the Crescent guest of Jas. Willis Tuesday night. been trying to get rid of them so they cau put in a garden. City, and the usual custom has been There will be preaching here the heretofore to play eight or ten weeks at third Sunday instead of the second, on Postmaster Leonard Oelze says he the French Opera House, the company account of meeting at High Planes, , has planted a crop of "titers" then returning to Paris, Last spring, If the best is not too good for you however.in response to urgent demands Mr. Wick Moorman saya hit beats from all over the country, M. Layolle Lewisport Best flour is the flour you are up. consented to curry his artists for a ten ought to use. Chas. Tinius has returned to Stephensport from Florida. Mrs. J. DeJamette is visiting in Hawesvllle. Jas. Hendrick, who has been on the sick list Is better. Mrs America Bell and family, and Mrs. Elmina Withers have been visiting Mrs Je.s Miller at Holt. Mrs. Ben Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flood were entertaiued by Mrs. Miller Sunday. 000 000 st 000 000 000 000 o DR. H. J. BOONE Imported Satin Mossaiinc This is The Case With Many Permanent Dr. Owen's Office, Mala Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m.; Dentist Street Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport People. Cloverport citizens are handicapped with bad backs. The un ceasing pain causes constant misery, making work a burden and stooping or lifting an Impossibility. The back aches at night, preventing refreshing rest and In the morning is stiff and lame. Plast ers and liniments may clvo relief but cannot reach the cause. To eliminate the pains and aches you must cure the kidneys, Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick kidneysthousands testify to their merit. Can you doubt Cloverport evidence? William Johnson, Cloverport, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and I have no hesitation in recommending them. For six years my kidneys were disordered, and the kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand deposited sediment.My back ached severely, particularly at night and in the morning I was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around. Whenever I contracted the slightest cold, it settled in my kidneys and made my suffering more intense. Doan's Kidney Pills have given me great relief from these troubles." ' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Too many Foster-Milburn Pure Silk in a complete line of Spring shades at Oil 1 DIID OlLUInL OIL IV rUll" QPCPIAI Satin Stripe Messalino Dress Silk the staple shades White and Jn all full 27 Inches wide,andwear jruaran lilack, teed at 58c per Yard Kcgular75c pMAQr UllriwLi iun llllU - oiir OllLL 85c Regular value $1.00 You are Proud of Your Wife and Children Why don't you. bring them I to mo to bo photographed? will will give you a picture that make- of $25,000 Worth of Silks at about half prico was at About Half Price Lot contains about 50,000 yards of the season's newest and most popular materials, weaves and colors. This sale of lino silks mado possiblo by the extraordinary buying power of the affiliated McCrcury stores and the market condi tions that existed in the silk world at tho time thcsesilks wore bought. Mail orders promptly nnd accurately filled with tho best goods in stock. On all purchases amounting to $5.00 or more forwarding charge will bo prepaid within 200 miles of Louisville. Hyde Grade Petticoats, Price $1.00 to $2.98, Are Exceptional Good Values Drop us a Post Card and wo will send you a Petticoat Circular. Imported Swiss Dress Taffeta Very soft, 22 you prouder still. Brabandt Studio Cloverport, Ky. Will Inches wide and perfect BlaCkat ldSX VW U00(lS 3,000 Yards Cheney Bros. Cele- - CO., blted Spot Proof Foulards f b8c Regular value 11.00 ' Louisville, Kentucky be in Irving-ton- , Ky. April pSjrnanor'shirat0 85c Real value $1 00 6. 7 and 8 Pictures Enlarged Amateur Finishing IF you G 99 Now Old Mull loves his country and the flag alright, but when it comes to putting the flag above God and His laws, right then his love for the rag we call the flag ceases. Yours for more Christian charity to ward our neighbor. Eggs, Eggs! FKOJI X Joe Mulhatten, Jr. Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, cause chronic constipation. Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask your druggist for them. VOTE SELLING IN ONE SMART BROS. Champion Pens. Best in Kentucky. From Joe Mulhatten. Carter's Landing: Say, boys, did you hear that noise? What noise? That noise like Mexico licking tho United States. Speaking about noises, there is a noise that we will have to make soon that's bothering us more than that noise about Mexico. W'c will have to make a noise like a dollar. Our sub scription to the News has expired. We understand that John Weisenberg will furnish the "mules" for the army during the scrap with Mexico. Old "mule" we mean, You want to borrow money on real estate , i i X X X X X x x x x x Notice Imngton, Ky., At a meeting of tho directors of tho First State Bank of field March 18, 1011, wo, the undersigned, I If you want to invest your money where it will per cent interest bring KENTUCKY COUNTY A three weeks investigation by the grand (ury in Floyd county during the term of circuit court recently adjourned at Prestonburg, the county seat, lesult-e- d iu the finding of indictments, for the crime of selling their votes, against 210 men, ranging in age from 21 to 80 years. Proceedings were stopped by the court or there is no telling how many more indictments would have been found. Those indicted appear to represent both political parties, and except two are all white. The investigation will be renewed by Commonwealth's Attorney, W. H. May at the June term ol the court. It is thought that the list of vote sellers, w lie increased from COO to 10.0 men. The Commonwealth's attorney will .start investigations iu each of the other counties, Knoth and McGoffiii in his 11 If yon have a farm for sale If you have a deed or mortgage to be drawn up or any other matter where you want an investment to bring you money, write to mo or call White and Brown Leghorns, Bull and lilack Urphimnons, Silver Laced Wyandottes, Barred Plymoth Rocks, (two pens); White Bantams. Wc guarantee every setting. 120 entries; 11 premiums at County Fair. X X X X going over all the assets very carefully reX X ported to the directors that he found the X bank in a highly satisfactory condition. X "W. J. Piggott, President. X X J. C. Payne, Cashier. X Q constituting a majority of said directors, request tho president and cashier to sign a contract with tho Secretary of State, to have a State Bank Examiner to examine this bank according to tho rules and regulations prescribed by tho Secretary of State. W J. Piggott Complying with the above request, the Secretary of State on March 31, 1911, sent Jno. 11. Wimp Mr. J. A. Frazier, State Bank Examiner, to Minor P. Payne examine this bank, which he did, and after J. C. Payno C. M. McGlothlan Poland China Swine. Give Us a Trial. i I At this juncture Nance Ryan, the man that fires the cook stove for Dyer's logging camp, slides down the pole and says: "Say, Weisenberg, I want to drive the 'mule' wagon." It's the water wagon for you, says Speck. Perish the thought," says Nance, "I have dropped off that wagon so often I am all battered and bruised both soul and body." 11 Mexico onlv knew what she was up against she would never get into Attorney trouble with this country. Why? Because Rich Carter, of this place, has :: Cloverport, Kentucky just enlisted. Quint McCoy, of Cloverport, is thinking of enlisting. With men like that behind the guns, well -t?Mexico would last about as long as a f m that would June frost. In the follow after the first attact we mean later. Nance Ryan swears 03' the eternal George Washington he wilj cecede from the Union if Weisenberg don't come across with that job. Say, by the way, Mr. Allen Kings berry, how about ammunition? Sec you loaded up for this scrap. Rube Hawkins, of this place, is so scared about this scrap with Mexico he is thinking of getting vaccinated. All the girls that don't want to marry had better climb a tree. Everett Miller, of near Sample, has purchased a fine saddle horse. Say, girls, go slow, it might be we have the wrong dope. It might be possible that Everett is scared too about that trouble between Uncle Sam and Greeser Diaz. iH Kor large fish stories, see Bob of Cloverport. He has some of the largest in captivity. We met our old friend Bill Smart, of ft The News' Job Rooms are ft Cloverport, a few days ago, and when jjj prepared to get out It comes to patriotism, well, Bill is bilen' over. Thinks we should go right 1 Stock Bills, Sale Bills, oyer and take Mexico without arbitration, without jude or jury. Now, Mr. Smart, isn't it a fact that God gave us Folders, Etc., ten commandments, and don't the tenth commandment forbid us coveting Our W nn slinrt. nofii'p. V7 lmvn n l neighbor's goods? Don't the sixth gDod lino of stock cuts. Mail jjj commandment forbid us to steal? Some f! orders given best of attention v people seem to think that a foreigner don't deserve any mercy whatever. Isn't it a fact that Columbus, a foreigner a Dago at that gave us this great The Breckenridge News country we call America, by discovery? 1 1 C. W. BOIILER Smart Bros., Cloverport. MARION WEATIIERHOLT J. W. PATE Reed Gets Sore Feet; V. G. BABBAGE Steps Out Of The Contest Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving --- ?- foot-rac- e i Stock Work ur ! Specialty Paducah. Kv , April 1. Judge William Retd, Circuit Judge of this district, Ins withdrawn from the race for the Democratic notninMiou for Governor. He made the announcement late yesterdisfict. The penalty for selling the vole in day afternoon, taking practically all of his close personal and political frnnds Kentucky is from 50 to $500 and by surprise. No limit is placed on Judge Rted has bteu h candidate just the disfranchisement period, a good lawyer claims it to be for life, so far as two week4, but he relized that lie wss fight. He entered the courts are concerned, but that it can making a hopeless of the Demothe contest at the be tei initialed by the Govei nor aftt-- live cratic It adeis of Louisville, who are opcaryeais. The crime of vote buying posed to Senator McCrnary's candidacy ries with it a jail sentence of, from ten men in Westto ninety dm s iu addition to the fine and other Central Kentucky. fine however ern and and dibliviiichisenient the In his letter ot wllbdra wal, Judge Keed being from 850 to $100. Green Ktvtr makes it plain that he realizes that lie News, acted hsttly in netting into the contest for Governor. He sajs that he has re If the best is not too good for you, ceived much encouragement, but that Lewisport Best flour is the flour you to continue in the fight would require ought to use. lo many sacrifices and that he would not have sufficient time to make a thorough canvass of the State. HAVE YOU ' Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. in'-tat'c- r Estimates on Application HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. SEED OATS AND COTTON SEED MEAL at lowess market prices, also TRIED PAXTINE The Great Toilet Germicide? COc or $1.00 ai for llstcrlan antiseptics or peroxide. You can mako 1C pints of a moro clcunslng, germicidal, healing and deodorizing antiseptic solution with one 25c box of Puxtlne, a soluble antiseptic powder, obtainable at any drug store. Paxtlne destroys germs that causo disease, decay and odors, that Is why It Is the best mouth wash and gargle, ana why It purines tho breath, cleanses and preserves tho teeth better than ordinary dentifrices, and In spongo bathing It completely eradicates perspiration and other disagreeable body odors. Every dainty woman appreciates this nnd its many other toilet and hygienic uses. Faxtlne is splendid for soro throat. Inflamed eyes and to purify mouth and breath after smoking. You can get Pax-tlToilet Antiseptic at any drug store, prlco 25c and 50c, or by mall postpaid from The 1'axton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass., who will send you a free sample If you would like to try It beforo buying. Mat-tingl- y, You don't have to pay pint Children Cry FOR C ASTORIA Tammany Elects Judge FLETCHER'S f 0'Gorman Empire Senator Albany, New York, April 1 Supreme Court Justicejames Aloysius O'Gorman a Democrat, of New York City, was elected United States Senator last night by the Legislature after the most pro- t Coal, Corn, Timothy and Clover Hay, Bran and Brick. At the Depot x-- x Hardinsburg, Ky. no tracted struggle over tins position ever held in the Empire state. On the final ballot, the he received 112 votes to eighty cast for Chauucey M. Depew, whose term expir- sixty-fourt- h, Cloverport, Ky, jj H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER Notice That resolutions of respect uro published at 5 cents per linn. Pleaso do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter. 1EXCLUSIVE HATS For Women and Young Girls Are Graciously Shown at the Millinery Shop of KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY ed March 4, At the close of the day of almost tinuous negotiations trie insurgents If the Lost Is not too good for you Lewisport Best (lour is the Hour you ought to use. ALICE B. HICKEY m tfl Subscribe Fourth Avery vie Louisville, Kentucky long contest, and the Legislature, driven from the State Capitol by Wednesday's fire, quickly adopted a resolutiou adand Justice O'Gorman was journing until April 17. elected. Governor Dlx expressed gratification A few minutes before the ballot was at the result. caat Justice O'Gormau'e resignation from the bench was filed at the office of the Secretary of State, as a constitutFOR FLETCHER'S ional provision would have prohibited his election while holding the office of concap-itulat- CfcHlrftn Cry Justice of the Supreme Court. Wild applause marked the end of CA3TORIA Subscribe Right Now. the LIKES THE WEST Dan Miller Writes To Ben Hardin Of Lodiburff About His Trip To Oil Center California Friend Hen: As I have reached my destination, I will write you ami tell something nbout my trip, mid how I like the country so far. A9 you know we lft J.odiburg Satur day, March 11th on the tea o'clork train and we arrived at t he Union depot at St, Louis about nine o'clock p. in. We Btaycd thf-runtil Sunday, therefore we had eotne little time to visit places in the city. I snw some of the finest and largest buildings I ever did tee, and the depot lias no superior in the United We arrived at Kansas City States. about 7:30 a. m. Monday, an t stayed there till 2:0 p. m. We did not fee much of the city on account of it being situated on n hill mid the dcoot down in n deep valley. From there we went .via Santn Ve Road ana never changed trains any more. After leaving Missouri, we passed through Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Every thing we saw in Kansas, looked as though it was ono of the finest farm ing countries in the world. Great fields of wheat, clover and alfalfa and the the irround was as level as a floor. It Is the best country I ever did see Then we entered Colorado, then New Through Mexico and then Arizona. these states we could not see much but sagebrush and deserts. It made me homesick, but when we crossed the Colorado river between Arizona and Col orado, we again saw beautiful country; everything looked so nice and green flowers of all kinds In bloom, peach trees in full bloom, orange trees with big yellow oranges, green ones and blooms all on the aame tree. This nil looked so strange and yet so pretty to me. We passed through twenty-ontunnels, ariived at Bakersfield, California March 1C. Front thetetoOil Cen ter we rode in an Automobile, where e arrhed March 17, We stood the journey all right but my wife was tired. We like the country fine so far and think the longer we stay the better we will like. Will close for this time and this letter leaves us all well; hoping this will find you the fame. Give my love to all my friends; respectfully, Dan e Mail Orders Filled Quickly Free Delivery on Purchases and Satisfactorily INCORPORATED of $5.00 or More Free GREAT PREEASTER SHOWING WOMEN'S FASHIONABLE APPAREL CNo matter what style dress you have planned for Easter you will find it here and at the right price THE NEW SPRING COATS Wo anticipnto a big demand for Sprint; Wraps and have provided a complete assortment of all that is new and desirable in Coats and Capes for women, misses NEW SPRING SUITS Suits were never before so graceful in design and so becominfl'as this season. and girls. Women's Spring Coats $4.98 to $14.95 Coats in serpe, covert, silk, novelty cloths and in rubberized fabrics; Spring Coats in every fashionable style, desired color and wanted size. Full-length Hip-lengt- h Women's Suits at $10.00 Made in fashionable styles and of strictly fabrics, in black, navy, gray, tan and in mixtures; the coats lined with good satin; newest-stylskirts; women's and misses' sizes. all-wool e elty cloths in nicely tailored models. Coats in covert, serge and nov- Suits at $14.95 At this popular price we show a great variety of styles and fabrics, many of which are exact duplicates of higher-price- d models. Among the many choice fabrics are white ser- ges and silk pongees. Women's and misses' Misses' Coats From $3.98 to $12.50 th and Coats for misses from J3 to 20 years of age; made of lino serges in all colors and in a great variety of fancy wool fabrics. Many entirely new and handsome models to select from. ' Three-quarte- r Full-lengall-wo- sizes. Girls' Coats From $2.98 to $9 75 shown, notabty thoo with the deep shawl and sailor collars, while the range of materials includes both the cheviots and novelty cloths. plain-colore- d Jaunty Spring Coats for girls from 0 to 14 years of age. Many new styles are being Handsomely tailored garments in a wide choice of good styles and" line fabrics, Some severely plain tailored, others variously trini- med with wide braids, satin bands, etc. M coats nneu wiin ncavy peau do ejgno, in colors to match. Women's and misses' sizes. A. Suits at $19 75 I? I 1 1 I The richest of wool dress fabrics, combined with perfect tailoring and the most artist c taste in designing and trimming has produced suit models at th s price that will please and satisfy tho most exacting demands, Women's and misses' sizes. Suits at $24.75 Miller. Constipation brings many sdlments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bcwels madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subject. Constipation is a very simple thing but like many simple thiugs, it may lead to serious consequences. Nature oi,ten needs u little assistance and when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the y first indicatiou.much distress and leg-ulsuffer-ing'ma- New Spring ar WAISTS Wash Waists in linen, lawn, lin- gerie, voile and marquisette, in tailored and trimmed styles, from 98c to $4.98 messaline, taffeta, pongee, china silk and lace from Dress Waists in that have been evolved for Easter wear. Tho wide range of weaves, designs and colorings in taffeta, messaline, fourlard and pongee silks, made up in so many entirely different and attractive models is beyond adequato description. NEW SILK DRESSES AT $10.00. The wonder is how they can bo produced for so little money. Well, we have sacri-tice- d a large part of the profit just to give you a good dress at this price. You may choose from a dozen pretty mr dels in taffeta, mescaline or foulard, in both women's and misses' sizes. It would The New Silk Dresses. bo impossible to do justice hero to the many clever creations in Silk Divsses New Dress SKIRTS from $4.98 to $14.95 Panama, Serge, Voile and English Worsted Dress Skirts in a great range of new designs and in even' required size for and extra-larg- e small, average-siz- e figures. Chiffon be avoidert. Sid by all NEW SILK DRESSES AT NEW SILK DRESSES AT $12.95. mes-saline- Silk Dresses made of tho new Persian bordered pongees and foulards in the most pleasing color combinations and designs; also in the fashionable striped taffetas and Women's and mioses' sizes. s. $14.95. THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS Value of Education. By DR. EDWARD U TRUDEAU. .98 to $7.50 Handsome Silk Dresses of extra lino quality silks, in a great variety of designs, colors and color combinations, variously finished with laco 3okes, hand embroidery, etc. Wo- men's ana misses sizes. The tlrst and greatest need in the prevention of tuberculosis Is education education of the people and through them education of the state. It is evident that if every man and woman in the United States were familiar with the main facts relating to the manner In which tuberculosis Is communicated and the simple measure:) necessary for their protection not only might we reasonably expect as direct result of this knowledge a great diminution In the death rate of the disease, but the people would soou demand and easily obtuln effective legislation vention and control. When a state has once become well educated and not before will tun other requisites necessary to the control of the disease bo for Its pre- or the assistant editor why ask no one else, because no one else knows Do not depend on anyone telling us about your good fortune, your pleaiant visit, your business promotions, etc , tell us yourself. We always want to hear the best. Remember that only bad news travels fast. If we wrote all the bad things we heard every week, the News would be a sorry old paper. Write us everything good about your self, telephone us or "stop in" the office and let us know about your friends Help us to make the News a "live- wire", a paper that entertains, that is worth reading after it goes on the pantry shelf. Half-Minu- te Talks With Correspondents THE OLD RELIABLE UNDER OUR OWN ROOF Last week some one asked "Whv they did not put "that" in the paper?" This question is asked nearly every week by subscribers and non subscribers because an item has failed to appear in the News. Before asking this question, please ask yourself, "Did I tell News about that?" Then if a notice is not in the paper, enquire of the editor ollcnoizzo1fo1fo1(aop BALL & MILLER and Salt limy, Fiid Stabli Bus Meets all Trains Hardlnsburg, : Ky The readers of the News, especially those in Cloverport.. are anxious to hear from Glen Dean. The salt of the earth is sprinkled around out there and not any news would be so welcome as a fresh, newsy letter from there every week. Write us now! McDaniels, Fisher, Axtel, Dempster and Hudson should have items in the ' paper. And Bewleyvllle surely is asleep! We sincerely hope that some of our triends will send us, at least, twenty items from these places for next Accidents will happen, but the best- - week's News. You know twenty perregulated families keep Dr. Thomas' sons; write us what they are doing. buying Eclectric Oil for such emergencies. It Are they traveling, farms, building new houses, getting married or pain and heals the hurts. subdues the building good roads? Tell us about their gardens, If they are making any To Encourage Births worth mentioning. If not, learn what is the matter, if they are ill and not able to work. In order to prevent race suicide wud We were glad to hear from Custer encourage the rearing of children, a b.ll and Sample this week. Friends who is bef tti the Legislature of Ohio to pay know anything of interest about themea:h mother on the birth of a single selves and their friends, write us A. and $200.00 when twin child $100.00, L. B. are added to the population. The amount is small and will hardly prove When a medicine mutt be giveu to much of au eucounigemeut to mo young children, it should be pleasant but the sentiment of the bill is in to tuke. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy decided contrast to the Kansas law which is made from loaf sugar, and the roots cents used in its preparation gives it u fl.ivor piovidrs for a tax of twenty-fivon all babies hereafter born. The Ohio similar to muple syrup, limiting itpleas-nu- t solou who preseuted the bill has offertd to take, It lias up superior for col Is another to tax bscrclorsover thirty-fiv- e croup and whooping cough, For sale years of age $10 a year to pay this prem- by all denlera. ium on births. Both bills are regarded as freak?, but there is reason in both, Editors Have To Treat All Lexington Ileralb. Alike To Get Things Going. "Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. K. D. Dear Mr. Babbage: Have been traKendrick, Rasaca, Ga.. 'It is tbe.best veling in the North-wefor the past cough remedy on themarket for coughs, two months and upon reaching this colds and croup." For tale by all city, homeward bound, a letter from my home advises me that, "The Breck- her-hoo- BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: :$9 years of honorable dealing. I'assed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. We per cent on Time Deposits are daily expecting an examination by the State Bank Examiner d, e enridge News is greatly missed." This suggests that I have overlooked renewing my subscription; hence I enclose s herewith check for $2 to renew for If from date ef last expiration you have discontinued my paper, please send to my home address a copy of each issue which you have withheld since ex piration. Inasmuch as I have been a subscriber for more than twenty years, I am surprised that you would "cut off" my paper, since the law in reference to mailing papers, where a renewal has not been received, does not compel the discontinuance, but permits same and this solely for the protection of the publisher against unscrupulous or irresponsible persons, but surely not against his friends. With tills admonition, I trurt, friend Babbage, you will "go and sin no more" I With best wishes, in this wise. am, very truly yours, David Stancliff. Home address is 034 .Marlborough Road, Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. two-year- In New Mexico. Dear Mr. Babbage: You find inclosed check for f4.2s. my account and subscription for paper. I am now in New I think this is Mexico and like it fine. All an ideal country and fine climate. farming is done by irrigation, tho they have had two fine rains since I have been here, the first in three years. Success to the news. I nm your friend, R. W. Meador. J. R. MAY Has opened a new Blacksmith Shop near the Star Holler Mills and is prepared to do Ctni;drn Cry CASTORI A Changing Doctors. FOR FLETCHER'S Horse Shoeing and all kinds of st "What you need madam, is oxygen They will in systematic inhalations, cost you five dollars each." "I knew thaf other doctor didn't ut healthy man is a king in his own derstand my case," declared the fash A right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy lonable patient. "He told me all I slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds needed was plain fresh air. "Courier Journal, up sound health keeps you well. Repair Work at reasonable rates. Call on him when you want work this kind. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGO SONS' PUBLISHING CO. MTTLB STOMKS WKITTEN Issued Every Wednesday. While The Press Thunders in louisk Saturday night was splendid. Resolv Thin Nation is Progressing stead of Declining, nnd the judges de cli'ed in favor of the affirmative. Tho affirmative side made many strong points on the reciprocity bill, the ,fight on tuberculosis, the good roads' move- ment, the Mexican war, the Panama Canal, nnd all the lending national daughters', Francis and Jnne, drove in 'luestlons were brought out and made town for us. The drive out the pike plnin. It was the pretties walk through the was fine, tnough the roads were not The near so good as when "Pap" Is'ewsom orchard from the was living and looking after the j ike. 'stnrsgnve just enough light for us to how to climb the fences without All the fnrms on this side of the "half-jse- e way place" show improvement nnd nj breaking our necks. Jim Waggoner progressive spirit on the part of the carried a Inntern but It uiun't have a owners. The Waggoner's home is drop of oilln iti ideal nnd Mr. Friel is making n perfect when we got home Mr. Smart had a At the bit? logr fire waiting for us. Francis nnd farm of his place. Carter's the peach orchard was in full j WLre t00 tireli t0 taik niucn b0ut the bloom and the pink peach blossoms debate nnd the 'Mear boys.'It wasn't for the home iong before we were fast asleep in n formed a stead that made it look as pretty as an i,igh feather bed under home-spuoil painting. quilt like I blankets and n as we turned off the pike to go pieced last Hummer, Just up on the hill we heartl the farm bells Sunday morning as soon as Inne fed ringing for dinner nnd Mrs. Smart had her pet lambs, she, Lula and I started a bountiful one waiting for her crowd, over the hill and through the wheat She always has a crowd at her table, fold with Mr. Smart to feed the stock Sunday at dinner seven young men, at the lower barn. When we got about Forrest Beavin, Auburn Wheatley, three hundred ynrds from the barn Jane Arthur Denham, Eugene Denham, cane(l "Sheo". her' wonderful Shenerd Harvey Robertson, Nace Robertson and (iog, covered with long black and white Frank Johnson, dropped in and partook hair. He soon caught up with us and ot the many good things to eat nnd played all the way, jumping nnd run- spent the afternoon. Mrs. Smart says jng wjth Jane. There are few wild that this many guests are frequent aud flowers in the woods, not a single jack- she would not feel right without com- was up. but the ferns and pany. She loves young people and m0ss were beautiful. Just a few they love her. Those in the Hites Run violets here and there. We foundsome neighborhood claim her as their chap- - blood-roo- t to paint our cheeks with erone. When the boys nnu girls are wnen we want tol The wonders of the in the parlor she is welcome there woods! Thousands, and all so strange, too and if sne goes to the kitchen We were bewildered and lost in their they follow her. Francis and Jane and beauty. their brothers, Simon and Scott, have Down the hoow we met Mf- c B such pure, loving respect for their par- - EU,er ,n from ()f ft huge ,og fire He ents. They never speak of them as h d down there t0 see i the iogs the old man" or "the old woman', were burning. It grieved us to see that like many grown children do. fine W0Q(1 beinf, burned just t0 get it Saturday night we went to Denham's out of the way when so many people school house to the debate held by the must Work like dogs to pay their coal Golden Rod Debating Society. The bills. Mr. Smart said that some of the e was given families find that it is cheaper to burn ground for this by Mr. George Denham and the farm- - ' coal than to have the wood gathered ers in that neighborhood built it. The an( brought to the wood sheds, regular school closed several weeks ngo n the afternoon when we started and Miss Francis Smart has been teach- - ,ome Mrs. Smart and the girls gave us inga subscription school since. The a bunch of the pink and light blue Society meets twice a month and have hyacinths. They are on our desk as most creditable debates. The one held sweet and fragrant as can be. Not often does n town girl get to pick up precious little lambs in her nrms nnd her ace ngnlnst their snow white lleece. Thnt is what little Luln Pres- -' ton nnd I did last Saturday nbout twl- light on the farm of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlie Smart when they were feeding their flock of sheep. Saturdnv morning Mr. Smart and his ed: In-rschool-house, blue-gras- s back-ground n sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smart, formed n pnrtiurl;fp nnd started In raising on a poultry and live thorough business basis. Ever since thnt time tuey have made every chick, lamb nnd pig pay for Itself. Messrs. ( 5c and 10c Store Has been opened in EIGHT PAGES. CLOVKRPOBT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APR. 5, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, nnd 6 cents for each insertion. oAltDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. For Governor. Wo arc authorized to announce J AS. H. McCREAUY as u for Governor of Kentucky subject to tho action of the primary election May 27. Judge Heed, of Paducah, hits withdrawn from the Gubernatorial race, leaving practically a clear field for McCreary. His withdrawal was doubtless a surprise to many of his ardent supporters, but it was evidently a wise step for Kccd. Gov. McCreary in a recent speech at Ilopkinsvillo, announced that ho favored a State Convention of the party for tho purpose of formulating a declaration of principles. These matters should relate to questions affecting the interests of the people of tho State at large, such as a reform in the educational system and tho tax rate. We all agree that something of this kind is necessary, and that the old party is in need of a bit of enthusiasm, such as can bo aroused only in a State Convention. If the race is to bo conceded to McCreary, then there is but one thing for all Democrats to do, and that is to fall in line and elect him in November by e majority. We all know that McCreary is sound so far an as the cardinal principles of tho party are concerned. He has been on the liring line for thirty years or more, and this alone is a guarantee of his loyalty. old-tim- nine-patc- h All Democrats look good to Senator McCreary. Do you notice he has not a word to say against those who have so bitterly opposed him? This shows his bigness and his manhood and his Christian - They keep Smart are dntes and account of every cent spent and mnde. Their work is carried on systematical, They plan nhead, nnd while they nre specinlizin; their poultry nnd live stock, they do not neglect the They cultiother fentures of fnrming. vate corn, whent and tobacco, and also have n splendid orchard. THEIR POULTRY FARM. Smnrt Brothers' poultry plnnt has been mnking n name for itself ever since their birds have taken so many premiums at the Haeckenridge County Fair and State Fair. It is a model plant. Every provision is made for the comfort of their handsome fowls and each breed has a ynrd'and house separ ate from the other breeds. Tho plant Is conducted principally with Barred Plymouth Rocks, light and dark: Silver Lace Wyndotts, Bnff Orpington, Single' Comb White Leghorn, Rose Comb Bantams, Black Minorca, 'Rhode Island Keds. They use.incubators and Sunday morning about 150 fine little chicks were hatched by the Incubator. The wooden hen chicks are far happier and have more vitality than those who have n real feathered mother. They have to work for themselves nnd this keeps them busy and contented. REGISTERED SHEEP. The registered sheep nnd hogs on the Smart fnrm are as fine ns can be found in the county and are so well cared for. In their flock of sheep they have the Shropshire aud intelligent feeding nnd care is given all of them. The stock of hogs include the Poland China and other registered hogs. Their sleeping quarters and feeding places are clean and warm. It is quite n pleasure to see the sheep and stock. Walter Moorman examined them last week and gave Smart Brothers certificates nnd found their stock in excellent shape. The egg crop has been very large for the last three months and many orders for settings have been received. Mo book-keepers. Cloverport on Main Street. You are cordially invito :l to visit it. Great Mercantile Surprises Mrs. Rosa Hanks I Mrs, John Wlsenberger Managers Xg Grocer Irvington, Ky. New, Fresh, Pure Groceries at Reasonable Prices REES Prompt Delivery Our aim is to please. Wo know tho grocery business from A to Z. Our eleven years experience warrant us in saying this. Wo know your wants let us supply them. Phune us your orders i E. A. REES The Irvington Grocer spirit. Things arc looking good over on the Branch. all lines. The thing to do now is for every Democrat to get in line for CMcCrcary and make his nomination unanimous. There is not a Democrat in Breckcnridgo support McCre.iry if he is tho nominee. Briiifir in another horse? once a month, as formerly. The editors say they adopted the idea because their readers asked for it, but that their readers have found that the The Ladies' Home Journal has aban- divided magazine is a confusion and doned its experiment with "not like the old Journal." The issues, and after the May 15 number appears, the magazine will be published Auxiliary. fort-night- ly fort-night- ly .11.) b ahijr I Business is pick- ing up, fanners are wearing smiles and there is a better feeling along ridge News has brought them more orders than any advertisement they have placed. Do you use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catarrh? If so you will appreciate Ely's Liquid Cream Balm, the quickest nnd surest remedy for this disease. In all curative properties it is identical with the- solid Cream Balm, which is so famous and so succesbfulf in overcoming Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in the head. There is relief the first dash of spray upon the heated, All druggist:. senstive, 75c, including spraying tube, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New e. illl tiv, 114 1. ill. 1 11 on-- u HITES RUN, Miss Francis Smart is teaching a private school at Denham's, and is meeting with fine success. Miss Maud Denham is ill of tubercu- J school-hous- county who will not Ladies' Home Journal Changes Plans. losis. Mrs. C. B. Elder is improving after an illness. John Allen Gibson, son of William Gibson, has sore throat. Mrs John McClellan, who is suffering of paralysis, is somewhat improvedi Her little daughter, Mary, has been The York. brought home from Axtel. Sunday School was SunIn State Fair Dates. day at Hites Run. If the best Is not too good for you The ninth annual Kentucky State Smart Brothers, breeders of poultry gates of their farm to visitors. Three Fair will be held at Louisville Septem- Lewisport Best Flour is the flour you ought to use. and live stock, have thrown open the years ago Simon and Scott Smart, the ber 1 to 16. Poultry Plant and Stock Farm of Breckenridge County Smart Brothers 1 The Largest Hardware and Farm Implement House in Breckenridge Co. have just received a complete line of Building Material, 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 We Handle the Best and Most Up-to-Da- te line of Combine the Fence Plows, Cultivators and Disc Harrows. We carry the genuine Brown Walking and Riding Cultivators, Breaking Plows (both riding and walking) of the Famous Oliver make. r and the Hop and fftit the Dollars American IJollarsf We hmdle the Genuine American Wire Fence Farm nnd Poultry i A complete line of Building I Complete line of Stoves and Ranges, ranging in price from $5 to $50 Material, Lumber, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Plaster, Brick, CeEstiment Lime and Sand. mates furnished on application. Figure with us before you buy. Four leading makes of Buggies, Surrics and Runabouts in rubber and steel tires; Price from $35 to $125. Complete line Single and Double Harness at. prices to suit all. Full line of Owcnsboro and Studebaker Wagons on hands all the time. Irvington Hardware & Implement Co Incorporated Irvington, Kentucky A Reliable Remedy CATARRH it Once. Mens Suits for EnsterN'olte's. Miss Mary Gibson spent Sunday In Ely's Cream Balm It quickly absorbed. Glvet Relief Holt. Easter Post Cards day. Marion Weatlierliolt, Nolte's. Mon- i V E, E. Greenwood was in tofwn Notary Pnblic Cloverport, Kentucky W 8l r t s . PdR SALE lrvniKtoii, Ky. -- A p ft '' Itclenuici, soothes, incni-brnn- Mores tlio heals nnd protects tho iliacasoil o renultinn from Catarrh mul drives away a Cold In Iho licnd quickly. Itc-i- fi Taste and Smell. size 50 cts., ntDnig-gist- s L. B, Perkins has recovered from or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents. mumps. Ely Brotht!Js,G0 Wnrron Street, Now York. Telephone your locals to the News THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE ADVERTISING CCMCO Senior flHY I LVLtl Mrs. Sallie Moorman, of Louisville, is at the Cloverport Hotel. Boys knee pant for Enster Nolte's. New oxferds and new htles nt Sip-pel'- LOIl tt SAMv-- 'J extra kchhI .Icr(!V cow nnd rv lMir.c.t,T(.y miw:-- K 1. Ilnrtlii-w,i- y, YES This is the home of those famous Koyal Tnilorcd-to-Orde- r Clothes! This is the store where you can order your Spring suit to bo tailored by the greatest of New York and Chicago Tailors ns easily as though you yourself lived in one of these great cities. s. Fire and Plate Glass Insurance For Sale 15 hortio power stationery COR SAM? Out Knit nei Wiitfelns nvike. in kooI Now-.- , Covernin, Ky. ' Tor Sale pnU HAr.K-ne- os, offi.ee ' CI,,vefrporKt:lK-y!ll,,l- ,, .Mnrtffnituniiul ullkliuh "lx'(J'c,lr'('Ku " John Newton was the guest of friends at Jolly Station Sunday. Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expciicnce in the execution of For Sale Or Rent. If vou don't want the piano youi-se- lf help some friend to get it. . GENERAL OFFICES H. W. West has changed his address NEW YORK AND CHICAGO from Cripple Creek to Knob. Cal. BLANCHES IN ALL TMF PRINCIPAL CITIES Who will get the piano to be given away at Sippel's Shoe Store? T5he Breckenrldge News. Mrs. Emma Skillman has been visiting her mothttr, Mrs. Hardin, at Holt. WEDNESDAY, APR. 5, 1911 Ladies neckwear for Easter Nolte's. Attorney V. G. Babbage went to ANNOUNCEMENTS RATE FOR POLITICAL Hawesville Monday to attend Circuit P,U V.'''fU".'. 111,1 '".'l'1 Addition to IrvliiK .9.l.l,'e t'"'.Ky;, Well fenced. Terms . nsy. to .I.e. I'uyiif, IrvmKti-n- . Ky. poll SA UK 2 lllr.l drlu'U, Webster. For Sale Single For Sale !). Pups, by Ky. Comb Brown V. U. COPYRIOHT llll. THC IIOTAk TAILOR! Deeds, Mortgages, docu ments Leghorns This is the Shop where Con- tracts and other legal Plymouth Kock. bred from struns wlnnuiH winner. lbi Kentucky Htiito 1'iilr lilio. Erb In nt ut rlRbt unco Kirk Pyultry t'nrra, W. W. llrown, Proprietor. Wanted Tenant. XMNTni)-- A tenant for tbo Ilallmun farm nesi' Dukes. Teimtit must furnlsb tenuis. Wrlto Ubovlu, f.owlsport. Ivy. pOlt 1 HAI.K Hindu Comb llrown wcsmm) 'Winner 1010. 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Prime to fancy shipping cattle cil meeting. were slow; medium and light shipping Mr. and Mrs Ed. McAfee were here steers dull and lower. Pens fairly well from Irvington Sunday the guests (f cleared. Trade closed dull. Mrs. Mullen. Quotations: Prime export steers The bridge near Mystic that was shipping steers $5(5.."0; beef washed away by the flood last July is steers $4.50(25.50; fat heifers $45,50; ' being rebuilt; fat cows !f3.7o5; cutters $2 753 75; If the best Is not too good for you canners !f:l..'02.75; bulls :i5; feed Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ers $4.60(2)5 5O; stackers !?35 40;cholce ought to use. milch cows $35l."; common to fair Mrs. Joe Fitch, who has been in milchers if l."35. Calves Receipts 81 head. The marFlorida all winter, has returned home ket ruled slow ai d about steady; the much improved. Miss Eva Carrigan has decided to not best 50c;medium 4J5c;cotnmon build on her farm near Guston and will -- HQiAiic; and dull. Hogs Receipts 4,025 head. The move to Irvington. market was slow in opening and prices Mrs. Eli Meador, of Kingswood, reranged from steady to a dime lower turned from a visit to her father, Rev. than Saturday . Selected heavy hogs Roberts, Monday. F. R. 210 lbs. and up, $!.3."; 1G to 210 lbs. An unusually attractive display of 0.75; IO5. lbs down $0.9."); roughs $5,5 Imported and Domestic models is given down. The pens were well cleared but by Mrs. James Cordrey. closed slow. A display of street and Sheep and Lambs Receipts light. hat3 at prices exceptionally reasonable The market was quiet. Good butcher is shown by Mrs. James Cordrey. lambs in good demand at 56c;some Mrs. J. C. Nolte and Mrs. Forrest fancy higher; medium and culls Lightfoot entertained last week for the fat sheep 2i3JLfc; medium and common slow at benefit of the Methodist Aid Society. BUTTE K, POULTRY AND EGGS Mrs. Tony Nicholas and daughter, Miss Louise, and Miss Hazel Holder Butter Packing 15c lb. were guests of friends in Hawesville Eggs Steady; case count Saturday. MSUJa'c. Mrs. James Cordrey has enlarged her Poultry Hens 14c: old roosters 7c; department of hats and is well equipped to meet the .demand young rooster's 0c; young chickens I7(w for practical trimmed and untrimmed 20c; ducks Kit; turkeys l4lsc; geese 8c. headwear. Mr. and Mrs. David Phtlps gave a Card of Thanks beautiful dinner Thursday evening at their home in celebration of the birth We want to thank our many friends day anniversaries of Mrs. Phelps, Miss Lula Severs and Miss Ray Lewis Hey- - for the fine and generous donation ser. I'lates were laid for the. host and given us Friday night.. The Rev. .Mr. and hostess, Miss Severs, Miss Heyser, and Mrs. Frank Farmer. Miss Anne Jarboe, Dr. Boone, Dr. McDonald and Lafe Behen. 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Allen Lewis has bought Thomas Smith's livery stable The stables are both doing good business. Rev. Winchell has been called to Big Spring Baptist church. He tilled his appointment there Saturday and Sunday. If the best is not too good for you Lewisport BUST flour is the Hour vou J. C. SHAW, Cashier. ouht to use 1. HARDINSBURG, KY. semi-dre- ss 35)c l2)c. FREE FREE l3c; can-dls- d ready-to-we- LOOK! L ISTEN! Who will get the FREE DAY in April at RICHARDSON'S STORE? CThe time has come when you should have Our Line in all your has a position IWm. McCracken, whohis family last visited I r . week. Wm. Martin, of Greenville, was the guest of Miss Mayme DeHaven last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Ridge and son, Vernon Gault, went to Louisville Sat-- r L Louisville, April 3. Cattle The re ceipts were 1,2.5 head, rather a moderate supplv, yet there but few out of town buyers on the yards; buyers mostly local tradors and butchers, and the demand was generally below The market with a few except ions, ruled dull and lower. Choice light butcher cattle, 75O pounds and under, sold about steady, while all to-da- I" I urday. Gayner Bush, who has been in New Orleans two months, has returned to Wathen was here from Bardstown to visit Miss Francis Smith Wednesday. Mrs. Embrey and daughter, Miss Minnie, went to Owensboro Friday to visit Mrs. John Carson. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and son, Francis L,ee, arrived from Louisville Friday for Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cashman and daughters spent the day in Union Star y Spring Wearing Apparel bought; the styles are all in. Sunday. P. D. Hawkins has returned from ICloverport, Uniontown. Dr. H P. Litchfield and wife are at the Bennett House. We understand he has come here to locate. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius returned Sunday from Florida where they spent the winter. Rev. Shepherd preached two very nor-ma- l. Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings are complete visit to Mrs. Thos. Bohler. W. G. Lawson, of Custer, went to Paducah Friday to attend a meeting of .'the State Board of the Farmers Union. Miss Katherine Moorman went to a,sort Louisville Friday to see her mother Mrs. SalHe Moorman, who has returned from Florida. Are Your Opening day in the millinery department was a success ladies all delighted with the new styles and shapes. Remember you may get your hat, suit, shoes, dress goods, fertilizer,' farming implements, wagons and everything in general merchandise free. Let everybody make 1 Eyes Good? Glasses accurately fitted by the latest known methods fit II f 1R ) UK ,1 Ml til unr nr LM.uiLiii r.nio, H CRt.DIt (,MiO ML HI It. I . r l II1..1R it use of this free day. it 1; r. 1 .t 1 REM ITIMI H ILL L N HILL fftU 1(1 IM'IMt lit. I E! 01' YOLK flt'i 0 ltw us Ii Rv tun LIKI. Ml. I II ton iti lint t ACM AT II IT II Li -SILLT TO' K Oltt It .1 THJ.SSHllll .1 0',V Go with the Crowd I IUNK-4C-CO- Hi UK BANK Of' CLOVERPORT GIBSON & SON Wo wish to state to tho public tlmt this institution is ready for tho State BankJ22rninor anv time. A. A. Richardson & Son Garfield, Kentucky II THE BLVE1 if KNH GMT Y IF TMffi "It Cured My TAIL IFir(sy "They wero full of It In tho courtyard this morning," O'Rynn nnswered. "Faith, you wero not wnnting in supporters, I ndmlt, nnd I lind to bluster with the best of them to keep up appearances, but it wub n heavy heart I lind, Verrall. Vnscn is nt tho Iwttom f It. He will Chnllcngo you nnd iiinkcs no secret of his. opinion that ,'ou nro nn impostor nnd thnt you will go down before his skill like a dead hrnnch lopped off by the storm." Back" " For twenty-nin-e years I have been at intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism. During that time, no telling how many gallons of the various kinds of liniments and oils I have used and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed help- and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles, and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid success." James Hyde, Bccbe, White County, Ark. HkoBiotadl I Iir!biiuir O'ltynti's heavy hand was on my arm A IlourNh of trumpets rang out. three swords like lightning strokes Hashed In the sunlight: three bodies quivered for a moment and then hung motionless upon the stakes. opened my mouth to spenk. nnd right," 1 answered. fGgsn "Of course he Is. I don't vSSsv doubt your pluck. Verrall. jut you've had no practice." "Therofore there can bo no dls-lonor- CHAPTER VI. D he Is probnbly CUAPTKIt IV. COULD get nothing out of O'Rynn until lio had ilono full Justice to the food niul wine. "This Is much better thnn BUdtlon death." ho said, setting down My blood was boiling. Such cold his empty flagon with nn Intense sigh blooded murder wns nppalllnrr. sickening, and I longed for freedom to of satisfaction. "Tell me who I am supposed to be." dnsh Into the midst of those (lends nnd avenge the victims "A saint." O'ltyan did not give me time to be "I don't feel like one." nncry. "You play that part to perfection." "I feel more like a considerable sized "You'll know that I was right when llnr." you're nble to think quietly." he said. "You must forget that you have lived "It was the only way out of It. Half In the nineteenth century After nil. It measures were no good. How we're going to net up to promise I don't was a quick dentil, merciful to many know. You may possibly get the print'eaths I have heard of." cess to the capitnl. hut how you'ro s "Is there no way out of this Infernal to find a treasure which doesn't ountry." I snld "now. before It Is too exist beats me." .ate?" Yonder In "Steadily. Sir Knight. "I told them to he patient." I said. "You did. but I don't think patience Copyright, 1907, by R. F. Fenno & Co. Yndasnra are your enemies. You'll find Is of much use to them." veil worse blackguard there." "I dare swear that Count Vnscn rev- "Count Vasca didn't believe a word I said." to auu fro across the square, some "No. Still, he Is not too well loved. staying to gossip for n few moments The priests hate him because he does with their neighbors, talking eagerly, not love the priests, and many of the nnd I could not help thinking that knights hate him because they believe their conversation wns of me. Lookthe princess thinks too much of hlra." ing across the town, I could see a "Loves him. do you meanV" large portion of the camp, where nil "Yes. He Is a kinsman of hers and was movement and bustle, armor nnd wishes to marry her. Most of tho nrms gllsteniug in the sun. nnd the knights swallowed your story, and tho dull rumble of many voices ascended princess" to my ears. Beyond the camp, across "What of her ?" the spur of the lower hills, I could see "Well, she may believe It or she may the summit of Khrym standing out not, but she's ii woman and you're a white against the blue sky. big. good looking man. If the priests The sound of trumpets broke my revsay you are the knight expected I don't erie. Into the square marched n troop think she'll raise any objection." of warriors with lances sloped and "Let me know just where I am. with rhythmical tread, nnd in the O'ltyan." I said after n pause. "What midst of them, attended by a dozen tale did you tell of me?" knights, was Princess Darin. She rode "I began telling the truth, and when ns a man. clothed In a light coat of I saw how Interested they were I var- mail, n low steel helmet upon her head, nished It n little. The legend about the from underneath which strayed n lock treasure says that a great knight shall or two of her hair. Her limbs were come to Drussenland nnd find It. The cased In s' cl. and her, horse was In priests' questions first put it into my nrnior. No wonder her soldiers worhead. Your appearance had already shiped her! Impressed the soldiers, so I just cut in "A brave show. Sir Knight." nnd swore that you were the knight I had not heard O'Ryan stirring, and everybody was expecting. It was a ho startled me. pretty bold move, seeing I had not "A warlike young woman." ho went talked It over with you. but It was n on. "That cavalcade going along good one witness our being here." Whitehall would make London think a "If the people believe this legend so little. Very warlike, lint still a womImplicitly, how was it you were treas"TONIGHT IS A VIOIL. BEE YOU HE A an. Don't forget that." FAITHFUIi KNIOUT." ure hunting when I first came upon "Am I likely to forget it?" you?" 'Caught already, eh? Well, the wom- eied In this murderous exhibition," T "Easily explained." said O'ltyan. en In this country take a lot of beat- said after a pause. "The king In Yadasara is not much un- ing. I'm wondering how my wife in "Very likely." der priestly influence. He likes having the capital yonder Is getting on. If I "Aud the princess?" I said question-Ingly- . his own way, and. although he firmly ever get back I expect I'll have to do believes that the treasure exists, he some more harking for her When I "She must rule according to her peothinks he can find It without tiny don't turn up she'll say. 'Poor Dennis, ple's law," said O'ltyan. supernatural aid, and If it does exist bo's dead.' nnd then" "She must have known of it." I went I dare say lie Is quite right." on, speaking rather to myself than to "Well?" I said ns lie paused. "Probably." my companion. "Such a thing could "Then she'll marry some one else." "Besides, lie Is surrounded by a not be possible without her knowing "Aro there no widows, then?' good many nineteenth century adven"A few old ones. The young nre it. What deviltry can He at the heart turers, who care about as much for phliosophlcnl. Mike may be a better, of a beautiful woman!" religion as a cow does for roast par- man than Pat. lint Pat living Is worth "Aye, from Adam's time even until tridge. To put It shortly, the superany number of dead Mikes." now." said O'ltyan. stitious part of the people are mostly "Cheer up. O'l'yan." I said. "You here with the princess." must win her back If necessary." CHAPTER V. "Hut what is .the religion of DrussenThe center of the square wns kept land?" sunset was my fate to clear, and heie about noon three sets and the long wait-'uu"I'm not much at religion myself. of double stakes were fixed firmly In Ing and uncertainty were Verrall." he said. "They are not heaground. the rible. When darkness came thens in this country, hut everything Presently a single trumpet sounded. symbol. You have seen how the and as Its last note echoed among the. lights were brought, slow burning has a mountain Khrym stands like a sen- hills a great shout burst into the air. j torches, which were fixed' In rings in tinel over the laud. It Is the most n shout that woke the hills to voice, the wall, and more food nnd wine, prominent feature, and when thinking again. A silence followed, nnd 1 could which caused O'ltyan to say a good of the author of his being and ruler of hear faintly a slow, mournful, nl-- word for our captor's hospitality. I his destiny every true Drussenlander though not unmusical, chant coming i could not eat. I was too anxiously thinks of IClirym; therefore Khrym from some part of tho building below listening for steps approaching our prison. has come to mean God, and. although us. they do not worship the mouutaln. "I don't like all this commotion. Ver"Some religious ceremony," I said. they believe that tho appearance of rall." O'ltyan said, stopping suddenly O'ltyan nodded. the mountain reflects the pleasure or There wns the clutter of horses' in front of me. displeasure of the Almighty." "You think It a bad sign?" hoofs, nnd n troop of knights, bended "Do all the peoplo believe this sym"I know no more thnn you do. but by Couut Vuscn. uppeared. I looked bolical Jumble?" among them to find the princess, but it's nil well to bo prepared." "What enn we do?" "I think so that Is, all who aro for she was not there. There wns n savthe princess. I don't suppose the age satisfaction in the count's face as "Little enough, but when they come priests believe all they teach, but It he glanced up at our windows. Wo up stop them before the room is full. Hold up your nrm In a commanding cults them to keep up the superstition, both drew bnck. end this war has become n kind of re"That man will bo our greatest ene- manner nnd ask their decision. Look ligious one." my." said O'ltyan. "Better that he ns If you had the power to call thunder and lightning down upon them." "Have they no priests In Yadasara?" should not see us watching." I asked. "And then?" I asked. "Ills looks nugur us no good," I an"Plenty, and. very wisely for them-- i swered. "It may bo that tho priests "If they have decided against you elves, they teach what pleases tho have decided against me." we'll go for them. Seize n torch, dash king. That kind of thing, too. has "No. There Is no audience until after it In their faces, get hold of n sword if teen done In tho old country." sunset. You heard the command yes- possible: hut. anyway, fight like demons let loose In fnct, get killed this "So I am the expected knight sent terday." way rather than get tied up to die in from Khrym." "Tho count may know beforehand." "You told them so." "I don't think the old priests would tho square there later on." "Right." I said. "Hush! They uro "How the deceit Is to bo kept up I inako a confidant of him. In their encoming." 3on't know." mity lies our safety." I tool; up my position close to one "First of all. lock tip that consclenco The doings in the squnre prevented Df yours for n hit and piny tlio gnmo torch, and O'Rynn stood by another. asking further questions. mo from open, and the to tho end." A company of soldiers marched out The doors were thrown" from the building below us, having In priests wcro on the threshold, armed "There-- seems nothing else to be betheir midst three men, naked almost, men and servants carrying lights done." with their nrms bound tightly behind hind them. I assumed us commanding "Do you know what my same Is them. They were followed by priests uu attitude ns I could and said in a Bupposed to bo?" loud voice: "I think you uro nameless at pres- walking two und two. "You have been long In coming. Each prisoner was bound between If ent. It Is of little consequence. stakes, his arms and legs out What has your study tuught you?" two necessary I'd Just be too great a Ono priest, a chief among them, but altogether to have u name and stretched. Before each mau stood a not tho one who had questioned me soldier, a drawn sword In his hand. let them dub you what they will. yesterday, stepped forward. Then, Sir Knight, whatever your name nnd behind stood the priests. Tho si "Through tho night and through tho lencc was intense; I could hear my I am your humble squire." Is, day have wo studied, and wo know own heart lent. Tho next morning was cleur und knight." you aro "Three prisoners! Your followers!" I that bowed, tho truo . sunny. Our quarters overlooked a I nnd O'ltyan whispered square, which appeared to bo tho whispered. largo "Good business" as ho bent his knee Suddenly I remembered the words of center of tho town. und. although It me. It sounded a strange soleKhrym before was early when I awoke, the business tho priest that tomorrow cism and uearly upset my gravity, of tho duy was commenced. O'ltyau should be appeased. This wns what he "Tonight is a vigil," continued the was still sleeping, and I did not wake meant Great heavens, It was too nor priest. "Tomorrow the menrt .vajorous Mm. Men and women were hurrying rible! ii "Sure. It's not tho honor or dlshonpt A i'ui thinking of: It's the resist. got ho knight eont from Khrym has right to bite the dust nt his first encounter, nnd ns sure ns you do you won't have a friend among tho lot of them." "A cheerful outlook," I said, with a forced laugh. "What shall wo fight with swords?" "Lances a fierce chnrgd across tho nrenn, and then" "Dust biting," I suggested. "It's no jesting matter. This Vnscn, I hear, has never been worsted, and It's no light game he'll play nt this I wnrrant. If ho can put nnjt end to your ndventure, my boy, he'" will, nave you ever used n lance?" 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I wns n Into nrrlvnl upon a more than usually brilliant scene Hero in Drussenland it was much the same ns ytm do a rnltimil knight." O'Rynn was not allowed to follow me. She returned me the sword, and al- nt lioneat more color nnd freedom thnn I went In with tho priests nlono. nnd though I had not been told to do so I thcro'VMld be nt such n function in tho doors were closed. kissed It before I sheathed It. She tho old country, perhaps, but the same The chapel was full of knights smiled, and Count Vnscn. who stood foundation to both political intrigue, stnnding. and at one side I saw the beside her. frowned. What did his nnd personal Interest. princess, who rose from her seat as The first man I encountered was frown signify now? We wcro both entered. Wnlen. knights! Two priests led me to the foot of the "I have been waiting for you." he It was n day of rejoicing In the town steps 011 which the altar stood, nnl by nnd In the enmp. Much feasting was snid. "There Is mischief brewing. It the altar was the chief priest, he who there, and In a great hall nlr the knights hnngs in the party tonight. Vnsctx nnd questioned me yesterday. As soon as have been pressing sat down to revelry. The comrade some of his I had knelt he began to chant a praywho had Instructed me In tho morning round the princess ever since she caine er, a kind of litany. In which the other in." priests Joined. The litany ended, there sat beside me. and I soon found that "And she Is plensed with such aty he hated the count or. ns ho cnlled wns a chant In praise of tho Being him. Vasca. Knight of the Red Cloud. tentlon?" I asked. who ruled man's destiny, nnd other "I could read neither pleasure nor Each knight had sumo such distinctive prayers, all chanted, followed. title, my comrade's being Wnlen. displeasure In her face. Few can read Then the chief priest, standing beher, Verrall, If she chooses that they fore the altar, faced me nnd began a Knight of the Rlnck Stone. "Vasca rules the feast." he said. "He shall not." long exhortation to me. I was "Thnt Is true. Even u princess canwould like to rule the land." to lay aside all the wickednot help being n woman." I asked. "You do not love him?" ness in me and during the night of "Vnscn hns a persuasive tongue, and "I know him for a valiant soldier." rigll to prepare myself for my great lie is her kinsman. That counts for wns the enreful answer. tnisslon. Other knights had kept the "And nre there many who love him?" something." vigil nnd hud been faithful, but I was "For much, my dear "Walen. It is "We aro equally divided, else Vasca different to other knights In that by not rule the feast as he does difficult to refuse n kinsman, nnd kinsspecial command of Khrym, who ruled would men, knowing this, take ndvantago the destinies of tho land. I had come tonight." The count had risen not too steadily nnd nsk hard things. I will learn to bring victory to the cause of righi to propose a new toast, when, without more of this intrigue." nnd to stamp out all vlloness. Knight, lie any warning, the doors were thrown "Through" your dny. Sir faithful and when your evening comes open, and the princess entered. The Continued on page seven lie down under the shndow of the knights stood up In surprise. Never before, so I learned, had she honored great mountain. Sunset nnd sunrise shall not disturb your slumber until such a banquet. She advanced to the bead of tho one morn sunrise kissing the mighty hills shall nwfiken you In n new land tnhlo. and. culling for a cup of wine, In deeds slfnll buckle on your harness held It at arm's length. "Your princess gives you n toast: and your sword. Seo you be a faithful knight. Attend your master." he add- To the Knight of the Silver Star." Every cup was dnlned. and the prined to O'Ryan. We formed In procession, and ns we cess left the ball. The count resumed left the hall the priests began to chant his seat, a black scowl upon his face, a weird melody. Wo went down a and the feast1 was ended. The two long wide corridor which was lined parties wero more distinct than ever, with soldiers and at the end. descend- for, while sopio of tho knights left tho ing a flight of steps, entered a chapel, hall with me, others gathered round wuere warriors rest and sunset comes Vasca, looking as angry ns he did. "The princess has madn him your not." All night long I knelt before the al- enemy for all time." said Walen. "Tho silver star shall shine through tar, keeping my vigil. I welcomed tho Women suffering from any form of first light of dawn that crept Into the the red cloud," I snld. "And there nre swords In plenty to illness aro invited to promptly comchapel und began to listen for coming help." snld one, drawing his weapon a municate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, footsteps. a nourish of trumpetB sound- llttlo nnd sending It home again with Mass. All letters aro received, opened At last read.and answered by women. A yvo. ed. The doors were opened, and 1 was a clash. man can ireoiy iaiK In plenty," they snld In "Swords led by the priests into tho council bull of her private illchorus. where tho knights were assembled. ness to a woman; tho squaro Quarters overlooking They welcomed me with a salute of thus lias been eswero assigned to mo und my esquire. tablished this condrawn swords, und those wud had O'Ryan. I hud sought adventure, and fidence between been chosen beforehand, ull men valMrs. Pinkham and iant in arms, buckled 011 my harness certainly I had found it. I paid assiduous attention to my tho women of until I stood clothed In complete steel. military duties in the cump, looked America which lias On my breast wns a raised device, a novorbeen broken. my men who star In sliver, aud a like star was upou sharply after tho and lu mywcro Never has bIio pub especial charge leisure my helmet. With a slum the knights hours took lessons from O'Ryan In tho lished a testimonial or used a letter accepted mo as a comrndo in arms. manipulation of a sword. I know without tho written consent of tho This ceremony over, wo left tho hull, something of the irt of fencing, but it writer, and never has the Company nnd in tho courtyard horses wero bo- - assisted mo llttlo In sword exercise as allowed these confidential letters to get out of their possession, as the ing led by pages. O'Ryan stood besldo understood by my worthy esquire. hundreds of thousands of them in mine, and I noticed that ho had a servTho days passed Into weeks slowly, their files will attest. iceable sword at his side. I worked hard yet not monotonously. Out of the vast volume of experience "All goes well." ho whispered as I in tho cump and with O'ltyan perfectmounted, aud a look of relief cumo into ing myself in (ho uso of tho weapons which Mrs. Pinkham has to draw from, it is moro than possible- that she his face when ho saw that I know how of the DruHsenliuiders. lias gained tho very knowledgo needed to manage a horse. I returned from a council 0110 dny in your case. Sho asks nothing In reThrough tho gates wo went to the mora anxious than usual. On enter- turn except your good will, and her camp. A large body of soldiers was ing my apartments I found O'ltyan tidvlco has helped thousands. Surely any woman, ricK or poor, should be drawn up in an open space, ovldcntly waiting for mu Impatiently. generglad to tako advantage awaiting our coming, and ns wo ap"You look depressed. You novo ous offer of assistance. of this Mrs. Address proached Prlicoss Darin cume toward heard the news?" Pinkham, care of Lydla E. Pinkham us. Being instructed by 0110 of my "What mms'f I nsked. Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. I dismounted and went to comrades. "That h tournament Is to be held in Every woman ought to hav meet her, und, drawing my sword, I your honor gave it to her, holding It by the blade Lydla E. Piiikham'a 80-p- tf "No. 1 Imvo heard nothing of It" and presenting to her tho hilt. She "It's bad news, Verrullj tho first Text Book. It Is not a book for took It from mo nnd as I knelt laid it conspiracy against you," said O'Ryan. general distribution, as it is to lightly across my loft shoulder, saying: "They are going to put you to the test expensive. It la, .free and "Rise, Kir Knight. Knight of the Silt too soon for my liking." "U7mI (u taim M.1I.w,1.1a 1... ...nil ver Star. Thrice welcome nre you. See ""nil mo all about it." I wild. MHWjr, V 1 Sloan's Liniment does not need any rubbing. It's a powerful penetrant. Try it for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. It gives almost instant relief. SLOANS LINIMENT JL -- "No." H "Then you don't know whnt n devil's toy It Is to piny with. There's only one thing to bo done we must get out of it somehow." "When is tills tournament to be?" "At once, tomorrow or the next dny. It is only for the princess to decide." "There is n court tonight." O'Rynn nodded. "Come, man, lighten your heart a little. We're not tied to the posts in FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN - ely W '.juMLii.'tuWV riirA'frfaii - m iin6diilMir i WHY LIVING Louisville, Henderson Corrected to Dec. 147 MS 0 21 I 43 Ml Dally Dilly pml 4 40uui s 40 m (4 & 1, St. Louis Ry. 1910 M6 IX Ily "I Am Glad" A IRommios IT TIME TABLE IS SO HIGH, l)lly Woman Expert Says II Is Due 53 Copyright, 1907. by R. F. Fenno Co & Continued from pnee six "Xnd snenk cnrcftilly," lie cautioned. "Much depends upon your cnutlon." WHO couiu Know tunc oeucr uinn 1 needed It Wcro confirmation did? enmo In the tnnny Rlmces directed ward mo ns I tnn.de tuy wny to tho top of the hall where Princess Darla wus. writes Mrs. Ethel Ncwlin, of Liberty Center, Intl., ''that I began to take Car-dfor it lias cured me, and 1 will never forget it. "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me. Before I began to take it, I was very bad color, suffered great only and fain pounds. weighed I have Now a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." ui. STATIONS Uv . 142 Only H8 DsllyJ Dlly- . to the Graze For Variety. LUXURY 10 01 09 f5 II fS 17 5 21 fS 43 fS 13 31 fd 00 (9 14 STKA WIIKKICY HIMIIUIT. MKDOUA ...LOUI5VILLK ... . Ar .. la am ... ftl 42 "b W THAT IS COSTLY. 10 43 f5 37 15 43 5 5S 6 53 11 01 21 (9 30 (9 34 ii HTITK8 ... .KATIIKYN .. WEST POINT HOWAItl) IIAKTLKS RKItON- - (0 t) 3H 29 U 40 P 49 .long iikanuii.. hHANDKMIUUU UL8TON MVINGTOK WhHSTKK I.ODIIlUllU MYSTlO SAMPLE STKPIIErsSI'OKT AIWISU.N HOLT CLOVEKl'OHT SHOPS SKII.LMAtf HAWEMVIM.E A' ETIMK. - A DA I It -- ..HOOK IIAVi- N . . f9 5U (10 Oi 13 (10 10 (10 27 10 5 ii Housekeeping Take CARDUI Means Double What It Years Ajjo Increase Did Thirty-fiv- e Traced to Modern Improvements, Elaborate Entertaining and Distaste Fop Monotony Modern Innovations Hit Pocketbook. ill 5--0 25 ft) 31 5 41 m at M 41 til 50 (1 12 Chi am 7 40 pm 1(12 35 IIS 23 (7 OS (12 13 (7 02 12 07 12 01 12 01 0 ST (ll&'lin (I) 54 (II 41) (II 50 (II 41 (11 45 III Hi (II 37 11 TJ 0 23 (II 21 0 10 (11 13 0 08 11 05 IB 01 51 10 53 (10 47 Ii 42 (10 33 (5 34 )i (l'0 37 10 14 (10 31 f7 re i 5i .. -- ii m 13 flO 48 (10 50 (10 23 10 14 (10 09 (TiT (5 10 (5 08 4 57 4 3D 5 14 (10 4 01 11 2(1 II 00 f7 2i 37 11 57 0 55 'ri 40" 9 31 fll 25 8 15 The Woman's Tonic Beware of strong, noxious, mineral drugs, tiiat sink into your system, like lead to the bottom of a basin of water. Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a tonic, for months, without any possi ble harmful effect. Try it and olnsfjo cover anil set to When the dough In both bowls has doubled In bulk cut down nnd one. shnpe ench Into n lonf thnt will fit n Entertaining More Elaborate. bread pan. With a sharp knife out "Hardwood floors moan twice tho each loaf in halves lengthwise. But work of carpets. The cost of guests Is Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle $,',gEast Bound West Bound tcr two bread pnns. Set half a loaf double, not because the food wo used grnhnm nnd half n lonf of white to set before them wns not good and of Elrst Cluss Second Class ecotld Cluss First Cluss ken." dough In each pan. Press the two Verrall," halves together side by side or one sufficient, but because we hnve not the No. 112 No. 6 No. 10 No 7 No. IS "You fight for honor, Sir No. 8 o. 9 moral courage to give simpler STATIONS sho nnswered quickly. above the other. When nearly dou Puss. Puss. IKrelK't Mixed Sund'y Dally KretK't "For honor nnd for tho npprovnl of bled In bulk bake about one hour. Dally Dully Dally Only "We could give the snine things nt Daly II my princess." The grnhnm brend rises more slowly, the same cost, but we pay SO cents for DIP?" She turned from me with a heightyeast. 10 00am 11 10am Lv.lItVINOTON.Ar 4 13am 11 lOjrt 1010am Sl'mm Ice cream Instead of 40 cents, nnd we 0 45pm 'it is whispered thnt there is to bo ened color nnd, with Jnsar, Joined her hence tho larger qunntlty of r 0 33 ( 3 15 (11 1' 55 10 50 8 30 ...HASIN Sl'UINO... ( 51 hnve six courses Instead of three, with dl a grand tournament and that you aro suit, but she left the handkerchief In S 9 12 s 2 52 8 55 s 7 3S 10 3' sll 3 .. ..OAimELI) ( 00 ( 2 37 ( 20 (11 to HAItNEI) 10 15 0 2(5 hold tho field against an comers. my hand. corresponding number of dishes to (7 20 lo "Suffered day and night the torment the 8 53 s 2 30 s 22 30 s7 23 ..lUNOl'ION sll 4!) seen your prowSince we have never double time to serve nnd h7 34 S 8 40 S 2 15 s 9 ;0 HAKDINShUItU. sll 51 of itchinz piles. Nothintr helped me handle nnd 8 8 39 s 2 05 10 10 9 11 slSOIpm 9 58 ess, is It wonderful thnt we are exs7 41 prepare and clear a wny. ..JUNCTION I used Doan's Ointment. t 8 30 ( 1 55 10 01 cured ( l3 To be Continued (12 03 (7 50 10 13 It until ivlliK cited?" nnd she lnughed. ( 8 23 "The more elaborate service the (7 57 f 47 0 54 (12 15 ( S 50 McOUAHY-.- . 10 25 me permanently." Hon. John R. Gar greater number of things Is In one &8 10 8 10 It," I an S s 35 10 43 9 43 S 3 45 GLEN DKaN... "I hnve henrd nothing of sl2 27 28 8 8 05 10 8 9 30 S12 Is nearly always due rett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. 10 53 s 8 30 DEMI'STEIt ... Luuie shoulder ewered. "But If n word from me enn sense n social advance, as It Is sup- (8 21 ( S 00 23 (12 40 8 9 31 .. 00 KUCKVALE .... f - XI ( 7 54 ( 17 9 Si (12 43 13 30 save you disappointment, Lndy Al to rheumatism of the muscles, and quick11 10 VANZAIST t 8 27 posed to mean n gain In standing. ( 1 13 9 23 f 7 50 (S 31 (12 50 ( 8 24 20 AfKINS drlda, be assured It shall bo spoken." ly yields to the free application of "A perfect craze for variety hns tak- (8 42 ( 1 05 9 15 (12 lU f 7 45 11 30 ( 8 13 OAKS v 10 00 h 7 35 11 38 00 "I would offer you my scarf as o Chauibsrlaiu's Liniment. For sale by SANE FOURTH WRECKS s s 8 15am ELL&llTCII en possession of the world. Nothing 7 30am 12 5l'pm 0 05 8 55piU 1150 m rOKUSVILLK. I not u knight all dealers. token, Sir Verrall, hnd Is so much dreaded ns monotony. This COMPANY 3 30 BIG FIREWORKS Ar EAKL'GTON Lv 5 la" to bo Jealous." menus n restless dissatisfaction with "Sny rather a hundred, Lady Aldrl life. The dally work Is not monotony grave lnjus da, or you do yourself n BREAD. AVIATION WEST BAST Largest Concern In the Land Goes ta so long as one does not wish to do HOUND Between Dempster and Falls of Roup;h. UOUND tlce." something else. the Wall. keen ns your wit should Something New In the Airship Line "A sword as y,Tnt Living Expenses Doubled. Hr,t K!rsl Second i?eeoii't llrt .Jnsuro success. Yet how few excel In 01:1,8 timutahic CUlsi For Housekeepers. Cluss Clus Oliis; Class "It Is this craving for variety which o Tboth!" Airltatlou for n noiseless 71 This Tlmo Table went! T Tl This is n newcomer in tho culinary 11 24 JS hns doubled the living expenses of 32 26 wny ns quickly ns I could 31 I made my Into ell'eot Sunday. June, July lias wrecked the I'nln .M.itnifi world aviation bread the grnhuni-whltPassenger I'dssengcr Passenijer Passenger 19. 1P10. at 11 :5!i p m Allied most families. Wo nil go lu town two ftUxed townrd the princess, Tho priest Jnsar turlnc company of New York, tilt' or three times a day. We all go to variety. was beside her; so. was Count Vnsca. Dully Dally I) lly Monuay Dally Jlo.nJa,7. lln largest nnd best known, of the s For the white part softeu moving picture shows, to theaters, con There wns a look of nnnoynnce In her KxCL'l,t Except KxCt'lH Except unuKrla' STATIONS of n cake of compressed yeast works companies of the United States certs. We go motoring Instead of Wrw'v Sunday Sunday fnce, which was banished by n smile ns Sunday only Sunday Only quietly rending, rearranging the picIn of a cupful of water, mix The snrend of the movement tor I approached. 12 SO 8 40 12 35 p m s 35 a m 2p m HE I'sTElt. 2 OS p ni in "You come at a convenient time, Sir thoroughly nnd add to one cupful of "sane Fourth" Is the reason given by tures or the furniture, mending the 4S n ii 12 Mi p in 12 15 p m 9 00 a in 13 a in 43 p ni TALL-O" Itortill Verrall," sho said, giving mo her hand scalded 'milk cooled to n lukewarm tho majority of th directors of th curtains or the broken china. As for on every lip company for its present unprolltalil sewing nnd carpentering, who does It? to kiss. "Your name is temperature. Add nlso half a tonight, It Keeins." "Is It because of the comic suppleof snlt. oils tnblcspoonful of (.(indli Ion. "I rejoice, your highness, if I am Claimants for more than .$."(10,000 ment that tho man who sets up his butter and about three cupfuls of' fairly spoken of." fatnlitle: own stove or hoes his own gnrden Is damages for accidents-anwould call to account any man white flour. Mix with a knife and m'lilnst tlu coniiKiiiv are affected b.v made ridiculous? "I who spoke otherwise of the Knight of when enough flour has been worked According to the pe "What do we gain by It? Anything Its Insolvency. Do you to buy a farm or business 'i If you do yo In turn upon a floured board una the Silver Star," said Vasca. tltlon. onlv $10,000 unincumbered as valuable to man's real ndvnnce? Is "I have been suggesting a bravo dis- knead until smooth and elnstle, says M'ts remain to pay S143.000 of claims, society or tho Individual wiser in what limy lind just what you need in this department. Jf you aro interesplay, Sir Verrall," ho went 911 nlrlly, the Uoston Cooking School Magazine, There is onlv ?2...n8 In the treasury a counts or more learned, happier, better ed in unv of the following proprieties write us at once for owner ns though wo hnd been the greatest Cover and set aside to become light, the present time, the directors sny. to lu any way? Does not ench dollar In name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at on of friends, "a display to mnke young For the graham part soften one md nnv tho claims, and the rent for the excess mean n greater strain on some tolling us bright you you It and cakes of compressed yeast company's quarters Is long overdue, nerve, n grenter chnnce of mental col hearts beat with pleasure and eyes sparkle with excitement. Tho In of a cupful of water nnd What forced them to take the steps lapse? yov us introduce 3ou to .the man who has princess hns not yet given her consent. melt one tablespoonfuL of butter In a for dissolving the corporation, tho dl Life One Confused Rush. looking for. Will you not ndd' your persunsion to cupful of scalded milk. When cooled ritnrj k:iv. wns it ludinnen t for $211 "What Is the poor American to do In to a lukewarm temperature add one mine?" " We recommend the following properties as being 3Prouc which they had no means to satisfy. his present fever nnd with his present "You hnve worked in secret, Count third of n cupful of molasses, half a reason." the directors assert nerves, but wl(h tlvefold greater pow- and fair in price. "The Vnsca, or my persunsion should have toaspoonful of snlt, tho softened yenst "for the condition of the company I cup of while that the business conducted by the ers placed In his hands and fivefold CZZDo You Want to Sell your farm or business? C2I1 seconded yours before this. Is It truo with the wntcr. hnlf n greater attention nnd capacity deninnd thnt you would hnve mo keep tho field flour and sifted grnhnm flour to form corporation does not begin until June ed for their control? If sixty years cash for your property, send price and description at om may bo kneaded. When nnil riinx fur several months., The ngninst nil comers? Surely you do mo a daucli that ngo tho free forces and rushing ad aud let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together. mnln business Is done nround nnd Im too much honor." mniiinfpiv nrovlous to the Fourth of vance of the republic urgently needed This department is conducted solely for tho purposo of onablh j "Do-- you desire this mtnilc combat, the regulation of n powerful prfucess. inir nt ench voar. But for the Inst ed conservative body, who nnd learn buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sale.- Sir Verrall?" nsked the Manycan over few years nnd since the movement for "Most heartily, your highness. Yet sane estlmnto the necessity for such service whn't Is commonly known us tho D. why should I be so honored to destroy now? tho delight of so ninny? To hold tho There is a disease prevailing in this Fourth' has spread over the country "tilfe Is n confused rush for us. Wo tho volume of business of the compn-nfield ngninst so many gallant warriors country most dangerous because so decep ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side room acres, 3K miles north ot do not stop to tnko nccount of stocl; Cncfl has steadily decreased." II II II TV tive, juanysuaaen Impossible. Let mo succeed once, were lusburx. near the Ilrandeiiburs ood stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tonant hous nnd balance accounts. The various un- road. Wei. watered, plentv o( timber tor 'lentv of Robd timber (or (arm purpos deaths are caused twice a dozeii times. Still I am but greater expenditure Improvements, double Lot; bouso, small good land to clear, l'rico a casu. by it heart dis In cases of rheumatism relief from noticed causes of out human and my arm can feel fatigue. (or 1! rley toGood ease, pneumonia, and exposed, n stable. Terms rich land. Huefurther Informaare to be ferreted easy, 'if1 Young for SALE A (arm containing 250 acres an, bacco. How say you. Count Vnsca? iaeart failure or pfin makes sleep and rest possible. closer balance between tlmo nnd nion tion write Jno. D. lUbbajje, Cloverport. Ky. FOR under fence. A nice cottage ct 0 henrts bent highest when young lov5 rooms, two cisterns, u walled cellar win apoplexy are often This may be obtained by applying eV and results found. a store room over It, two gooi stock barn ers do bravely. Lot lovers break a the result of kid Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by 2 miles trom Guston, HO "What should be today the guiding Cl 'Jnfi 3 acres, (rom Irvlnston; well ono tenant house; about 500 apple and pea ney disease. If all dealers. pOjOUU miles Jnnco for those they love, nnd since pears, quinces principle of large hearted nnd Intelli watered: lays well; uood youn orchard ; Rood trees, also ot small (ruits,undaprlcots; a kidney trouble is Including kinds few Hearts noiu mo near enougu to tow yards gent women In the use of personal and timber ton rural route ssclioul house(our room of choicest grapes; 200 acres cleirfl allowed toudvance beat tho faster at my coming you and (ron house: Improvements! Rood buluuce In woods, lib acres In grass; sevoi family Income? Do we believe that It dwellltiK with kitchen on back porch: two groveso( bluck locust sutllclont (or posts I will break a lnnco for honor's sake." bouse "THE SAVAGE LANDOR." blood will at and wlro tho whole (arm In. It lies near Eknt must lead between asceticism and lux cood bms: btrnHeld; tenent und lionmid challengo! A cballcngol" said "A house; 11. L. It. It. the tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of ury? Luxury (everything not neces wood back Inwill sell on incut payments plenty ou L.und & St. payments. price Is 5,000 easy easy shed; some about us. or sediment in Australian Paper Recounts a New Rus- sary to full efllcleucy) Is tho besetting ot sinll (rult. I'uriher particulars address long the bladder, brick-duIt may have been fancy, but I the urine, head ache, back ache, lame D. HabbdRo, Cloverport, Ky. FOU SALE A splendid stand (oradruggi sian Invasion. modern danger, physical, mental and Jiio. physician In a good town surround thought the princess pnled a little. back, dizzinesSj sleeplessness, nervousliv irnod. nrosnerous rurniors. This Is JuA recent copy of the Melbourne moral. "It Is bravely spoken," said Jasar, ness, or the kidneys themselves break Vor 100 acres (our mlles'westo( the place for boine young physician to si nnfi (Australlai Times coutalus the follow"Tho determining principle In fixing 4,UUV7 aiundoane, 3 miles (rom branch Into a good practice und u good drug buslun--A- n and his eyes turned from mo to tho down and waste away cell by cell. 100 acres in cultivaola established physician wants rei Bladder troubles almost always result ing news dispatch under n St. Peters- tho standard of life, then, should be the railroad! all Iresb laudj will produce tho ucst Is tho roason for selling. Kor (urthortopart' princess. In tion! discovery of the minimum needed to corn, 50 acres andixrassi your from a derangement of the kidneys and burg date: "May I venture to persuado tobacco in neighborhood; ulurs address JNO. D. 11AHI1AOE. wheat Uv. obtained A savage landor cot Into St. Petersburg kialntaln full elllelency." plenty lusttnjr water, well at door o( dwell highness lu this matter?" I said, bow- - better health in that organ isof quickest by a proper treatment the kid- yesterday, and the peoplo of tho city wore lng low before her. corrects inability to terrified. After considerable difficulty the neys. Swamp-RoRather unwillingly sho gavo her con- hold urine and scalding pain in passing it beast, which came from Tibet, was capProtection For Frogs. sent. I should lmvo been better pleas- and overcomes that unpleasant necessity tured, taken to a remoto place and Isthere William Dlckmann, Madison county's the dUpatched. It Is said that this It. ed had she withheld of being compelled, to go often through representative In the lower house of seen in No lovo the day, aad to get up many times during first animal of the sort overcity "1 accept tho challenge. after his the Illinois legislature, has declared his How he reached the creeps Into our combat, Sir Verrall. the night. The mild and immediate effect rights with the natives of Tibet, which is the great kidney remedy a comparatively unknown country, Is a Intention t)f obtaining a revision of tho You have so willed it. Let It bo for of Swamp-Roostnto game laws which will mako is soon realized. It stands the highest be- mystery, honor." bullfrogs game. At present frogs aro health A copy of the Manila Bulletin Tho uowa that tho challengo had cause of its remarkable convincerestoring anyone. properties. A trial will bald telegraphic dispatch not protected, and hunters kill them, been given nud accepted passed Uko Mr. Farmer, aro you interested? If so, call on tho Swamp-Roo- t is pleasant to take and is shows the Dlckmann says, nt nil seasons of tho from which the foregoing was devel- yenr, magic through tho hall. At any rate, sold by all druggists in fifty-ceand manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph thus preventing rapid multiply' follows: "Sav-agsize bottles. You may nave a oped to have been as "TOR HONOR AND FOR THE APPROVAL OP Petersburg from lng. Ho purposes to forbid the killing Company and havo him explain tho special "Farlaudor arrived MY l'lUNOHSS." sample bottle ande a book that atells all . ... . .. . :i .1.1 t or cnpturlng of green frogs until after nuoui u, ooiu sen i irec uy man. jiuuicm tlbct suffering bands natives." mers Lino" rate. I had only 0110 man to fight. That Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y Exchanges received from London Juno 1 each year. was bettor than having a dozen, one When writine mention reading this gen A. information that after tho other. I remained beside tho erous offer in this paper. Dpn't make contain tho the explorer, bad arrived Landor, Trea 1,200 Years Old. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY prlnqess. nnv mistake, but remember the name. after sufTho German village of Itomborn has a strong adver- Swamp-Roo(Incorporated.) a dealer sell at St Petersburg from Tibet of the "You have chosen and don't let n linden treo which Is said .to be more fering greatly at the hand sary," sho said in a low tone. you something in place of Swamp-Roo- t than 1,200 years old. "I had uo alternative, your blchneee. u you uo you win uc uwapjjuimeu. i, smooth Ise. "Sir Verrnlll" It wns n woman who called mo ns I was ranking my wny through tho crowd, and I could not refuse to answer her beckoning finger. She wns standing, one of a little group of dames and cavaliers, tricked out most tastefully, lenders of fashion in tho court of Princess Darin. I knew tho .tvoinnn, ns meddlesome a llttlo vixen ns existed. "Is whnt wo hear true?" sho asked ns, bowing low, I joined tho party. "Who would daro to speak anything but the truth to the Lndy Aldrldn?" "As rendy ns ever with words, Sir Vcrrnll," snld n young Jncknnnpcs, a Drusscnlnnd type of riccndllly loun-ccI ennnot better describe him. "And deeds, too, Sir Knight, if deeds are called for," I nnswered, touching the hilt of my sword. "You are milck to tnko offense where none was intended." "I um a soldier first, a courtier after ward," I nnswered. "Pardon my shortcomings." "Is it true, then?" said Lndy Aldri da. "I wns nfrnld wo were, to be dis . appointed." "I should grieve to disappoint you. Will you tell mo what Is expected of 27 To a craze for variety, coupled with 32 a dread of monotony, nnd to modern 40 45 Innovations Mrs. Ellen II. Itlchnrds, II 53 nn Instructor lu chemistry nt the Mas (7 03 sachusetts Institute of Technology, 7 13 lnys the blame for the high cost of living. Her observations nre made In ii 27 f tl fit 0 M ftl tl 'Jl 11 45 13 37 49 4 f7 33 'ii 5T 7 ' 44 5'.l (7 50 li 05 a 14 ti 24 13 (It III I.EWISI'OKT ......... . WAITMAN MACEO OWENHHOUO MATTIES (ILY O HI WITH (9 20 U 3 50 35 im S 35 411 1210pm PATES DUTCH 12 11 3 58 tS 40 11 (4 i? (7 (7 37 7 52 Tl (4 6T' 3 45 (7 23 7 15 (7 Ol (3 35" 8 40 i rma to accept Or glvcthe challenge. I preferred to give It. Have I offended you?" "You have not offended me." "You have heard nothing of this r. projected tournament until tonight?" "I heard of It today from my esquire." Sho exchanged n quick glance with the priest which I could not read. I did not understand her well; the priest I did not understand nt nil. "Sir Verrall, you have ray good wishes. Tho test Is olio I would not willingly have put you to." "Your good wishes are n sure armor, your highness." I snld, stooping to pick up the handkerchief sho dropped. Our eyes met ns our hands touched over the handkerchief which I held to her. A look lu them gave mo courage. "Add only this favor," I said. "Let me keep this handkerchief as my to- answer to the question, "Does tho In crensed cost of living mnrk n soclnl advance?" "When I went to housekeeping tltlr years ngo," she says, "on tho same spot and under the snnie general conditions ns now, our running ex f ns much. penses were about From what direction has tho 'case come? The snowplow no longer cleans our sidewalks. It must be shoveled to the gutter. The postman comes five times u dny lnstend of The telephone bill not o ly twice. costs SCO n year, but doubles the gi ccr's delivery, nnd hence his chnrges for It. It certainly doubles the steps taken nnd the stnlrs ascended by some ty-flv- e f7 17 31 7 35 40 7 40 f7 M 75 8 lit 8 25 f8 f9 fS fll tl) (ii II 1 CONWAY "5 55 (Ml-(- 57 (12 2 03 10 it; f! 21 1 is 1 05 1 30 40 pm 30 55 10 11 10 43 15 am STANLY NEWMAN HEED IIEAI.S Sl'OTTSVILLE HASKETT - HENDKUSON EVANSVILLE ST. LOPItf. . 3 00 S 85 9 00 pm (3 111 (3 28 (8 10 (3 01 (7 511 (3 11 7 511 (3 07 7 52 7 39 2 55 7 10 am 2 30 8 34 um '(8 23" (3 ID 0 37 6 34 (0 2 fa 21 (S it 6 13 6 08 5 55 pm one-hal- ! 'f" Stops on Sigual.J JWhere no time shown trains ixNOT stop, Trains 14." and 146 carry free reclining chir cars between Louisville and Si. Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evausville. Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No I4I will stop nt stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers fron east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stoo at stations east of Cloverport to discharge oasseneers from west of Cloverport. Hartford Line I enter-talnmen- t. J .X-- l'y 0 ex-Su- n ex-Su- n ex-Su- n ex-S- at 1) 01) U U 11 II H 1 . U 1 1 1 3(1 11 1 . 1 11 . . . S 411 1 . . . 1 -- " e three-fourth- one-fourt- h 1 111 , 11 i 1 1 ul Real Estate Department want what want want and where thevery property - '. ,- one-fourt- h one-fourt- h are want yo. The Cause of Sudden Deaths. Jno. Babbagct y 157 Ilurd-4ViJ- uu mi-u- ll - cls-to- rn s st - O Glov-po- rt. ot Uus-sl- a. I t, RURAL TELEPHONES nt o one-doll- ar Sav-ag- o t, t denlnirt' last week, has returned to her Spring Opening The Host Quality nnd Lowest Prices U Howard's Motto ut Glen Dcun, Ky. We invito special attention to the following low prices: Now lino f c calicoes 10c Laces at oc 15c Kmbroiderics at 5c I home oil Woodl md Aveiuio. Mrs. Robert Glaisoock. nd Mrs Allen Klnasburir. of Cloverport, were the guests of Mrs. Julius Slnple for a few days of Inn week. Joe Pete Tilford, who attempted sui side by Inking laudanum lit his home oil Wrtlnui Street, on latt Snturday afternoon, Is reported tot be oomc what belter nnd there Is hopes for his recover-- . Dniry's Breeding Stock il n lbs. Arm& Hammer Sodaflc lb. can Hominy 5c lb. can Standard Tomatoes 2c can Kraut 5c Concentrated Lyo 5c can The best and cheapest cotTec on Garth The best and cheapest Flour, Meat and Lard 3 Miss Katie Wroe left Saturday for Cloverport, after spenping a week witl Mr. and her brother and sister-in-laMrs. Durwood Wroe. Men's Worlrinjr Shirts and Over- alls, Hats, Caps, Tics, Sox, For Men Underwear. and Jess Gardner arrived here late Snturday night from Stu Diego, California and nre the guosts of their brother,NeV3om Gardnei for the week, T110, Bovirke Cochran Registry No. 2158, Vol. 5. Discription and Pedigree BOURKE COCHRAN is a blood bay stallion, foaled April 1902, right hind foot white; sire Chester Date No. ,10, Grand Siro Black Squirrel No. 58; dam Maybol Denmark No. 2015) by Denmark Chief No G82, 2nd dam by Coleman's Eureka F. S.; 3rd dam by Brinkcr's Dunow No. 1G00. Bourke Cochran is 10 hnnds high, weight 1150 pounds, beautiful head and neck, tho best w back you over saw on a horse; good bone; without a blemish; fine mano and tail nnd carries tail right; noyer need a pinch of ginger. This horse is absolutely in a class to himself; standard and registered. He goes all the gaits fast and well. His gaits are natural and not acquired. Bourko Cochran has made a reputation that would be a credit to any living stal- never oecn cieteatea wncn neing snown lor tne model string una nas won the blue in the com lon. lias bined saddle and harness horse sweep stakes at tho Ilodgenville Fair, LaRue county. For The Garden Gardtn Seed, Kakes, Hoes, Fork3, Plows, Seed Potatoes Hay, Oats Ml NEW MATTING Highest Price Paid For Country Produccfi If you want a threshing machine wo can get It; if you want a gvkj milch cow wo have 'em; name anything you want. If wo haven't t'ot p)Si Ml It wo will ct it. II JESSE M. HOWARD, Glen Dean, Ky. HARDINSBURG Mrs. Grmlno Shellman is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beard, of Louisville, Rev. Dyer left Monday tor Dawson to assist in a protracted meeting. There will be no services at the M. E, church, South, Sunday on account of j ' his absence. For Dental work see Dr. Walker. W. S. Ball, our new postmaster, took charge April 1st. Lindsay Klncheloe will remain with him for some time. Marriage licenses were issued to Herman Smith and Zettic Hinton, both of Glen Dean, and Everett Pate and Callie Walls, both of Hardlnsburg. John 1. Haswell went to Louisville Friday to return today. For the celebrated South Bend Watch call on T. C. Lewis. Miss Anuio Lupton, of St. Louis, is the guest of Mrs. Lee Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeHaven wern visiting in Irvinhton a few days last week. Mrs. Tom Curtis, of Glen Dean, was the guest of Mrs. G. D. Shellman Friday. Misses Annie Lewis and Clara entertained a number of their friends at an April Fool party Friday Whit-wort- h by every one. Courteous treatment of patrons and accurate handling of the mail have characterized Uncle Sam's postolllce at this place. The now man at the work, is known to all the county. He begins his work among friends who know his ability to discharge effectively every duty belonging to the office. The pay is f 1,100 per year, be sides a moderate allowance for clerk hire How different from the days when John P. Haswell, Sr., had it in charge! From October 1S"2, until Cleveland's administration in 1884, he was the postmaster, never receiving moro than $250 per year, and handling big lots of mall. He has gone through six and seven big pounches of mail to separate ours from Cloverport's, Ha wes- ville's and Owensboro's, for it all come' by way of here. Too, when six or seven star routes radiated from the work of receiving and dispatching the mail was much greater than now, when none is sent out except by train end on our rural route. In all Mr. Haswell had thirty-tw- o years continuous service, besides the four years of the Harrison administration which was sandwiched between the Cleve laud administrations. Har-dlnsbu- Mrs, rora Hoard was in Louisville one day last week 011 a shopping tour. Mrs. Rhoda Dowel!, who is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Chris Hewlev. nenr town wis given a sur prise party 011 last Monday by her children in honor of her eighty-thir- d birth day. Such n fenst of things has never been sprerd as was done on that day. Turkey, chlckeu anil cake in abundance, wltu lots 01 ciucr good tilings to eat were served. The children were present nnd nre us follows: Mrs. Chria Bewley, Mrs. Jnke Sipes, Mrs. Lee Stith, Mrs. John Childa, Mr. James Bandy, George nnd Sam Dowell; besides ten grand children, four great grand-childre- n and many of her other .relatives nnd friends. Mrs. Charlie Hawes and Miss Allie Beatty spent Friday in Louisville, shop- ping. At the meeting of the Literary Society on Friday evoning tit the college Chap-pean interesting program was given, which consistel of music, recitations and speeches. One of the special features of the evening was the singing done by the Glee Club. The next meeting will be held on April 14, 1911. Mr. and Mrs. Kd McAfee were the guests of relatives and friends in Clover port this week. Koland Smith left Monday for a few days in Louisville. H. B. Head had as his guert for last Sunday Jadge Lewis Waggoner, of Ilites-Runl, Arlington3433. Dare Registry No. ARLINGTON DARE is a bay stallion, star, hind ankles white. Sire Highland Dare No. 1534, ho by Chester Dare No. 10, dam Mary Skolton No. 5153, she by Arlington Denmark No. 26 and he by Mambrino Denmark. This young stallion was foaled in 1908 and is a youngster of promise. He is bred right, is a strong individual and a bold going fellow, with plenty of size and finish. t" rg, . Chas. Hook spent Tuesday in Cloverport and Stepbeusport ou a business trip. Mrs. Sam Hawes and daughter, Virginia, who has been visiting in Owensboro for the last month, returned home Thursday. n, CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have WHAT SOME GOOD HORSE MEN HAVE TO SAY: E. P. Ilardaway "I like his bold Tom Bland "He is the best ono that I've seen in these parts" Miss Alice Waggoner, of Hites-RuTaylor Dowoll "He is just the kind that I would have bought myself if I had been going to buy. entered the Irvington college Monday. If the best is not too good for you .lie's a show horse, too." Lewisport Best Flour is the flour 3'ou Walter Moorman "Has plenty of bone and substance." ought to use. George Prather "Looks hetter ever' time you see him." evening. Hev. Willett went to Owensboro 1 Hour is the Hour you oufiht to use. Sold by J. H. Gardner. IRVINGTON Miss Carrie Walls is visiting her Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville. sister, a. j. ui;wib, iiic naruiiisDurf jewfci- j. rrazier, Slate JSank I.ani:iier, er, repairs watclK-s- , clocks aim jewelry, was in town Friday ai d examined the Mr. Anco McGary, a sull'erer from First. State Nank and rtpoited it a very saiistactory coniliiion cai cer, is seriously id at his home. Mr- -. Virginia "Cull iwiy left last week Miss Margaret Beard was the guest of Miss Louise Moorman Saturday and or Owen&boio where she will spend sev.-m-l days wuh h.r mother, Mrs. Liz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard were z LeW"'- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Withers, of McGehee who has been '' vNitiiifj her sister, Mrs. Tom Ditto, in Kirk. Sunday The Sund.-tSchool nf th M p "ranin ni)urK Miice Thursday of last church is preparing an Easter Dronram.! week' r turiie:' ho,,le ftI'ly- Prof, and Mrs. R. Y. Maxey were ' Mits JI 'O' rown, of Lewispoit, was called to Mavsville Saturdav on ac-- 1 the wk-em- l K"i of Miss Tula Lock- ard count of the death of Mrs. Maxey's Mr- -. A. D.Pulliam and little daughter mother. County Attorney Jesse Eskrldge was Ida, left last week fur Evuisville, Indiana, to be the guests of relatives for a in Frankfort last week. Miss Ella Shellman, after a 'visit of short visit. Mrs. Minnie Peckenpaugh, nfter several weeks, has retnrned to her spending sometime here in the city ns home in Paducah. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nannie Miss Willie Chamblibs went to Fords-vlll- e Perry, has returned to Fordtville. for a short visit to her sister, Mrs. Mr. William Herrallms purchased the .Byron Withers. property on Maple Street from Dr. S. Mrs. K. Harman returned last week P. Paiks, consideration not known. from a five weeks visit in Mississippi. An interesting program has been pre Mrs. Marvin Dyer left Monday for a paired for the Missionary Society.which visit of several days at Sonora. meets with Mrs. Henry Head on April Lewi-port Bayslnger. &c, Plaintiff. Against Earl Carwile &c, Defendant. Equity, No. 330!). By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, j. rendeied at February term thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described real estete. All tosts herein, I shall proceed to of fer for sale at the Court-Houdoor in Hardinsburg.to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the day of April, 1911, atone o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court day; upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property, A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Breckenridge, State of Kentucky, on the waters of Daniel's, creck.and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone in the original line between W. D. Owen and G W. Carwile; thence North 05 poles, East 53 poles to a stone Northwest corner to lot No. 2, Mattingly's corner; thence with said lot South 12, East OS poles to a black oak pointer; thence South 80, West 40 poles to a white oak stump and small dogwood double white oak pointer In W. D. Owen's East line; thence North 10, West 93 poles to the beginning, by survey 28 acres, and is designated as lot No, 1 on plat of survey. Said land having been conveyed to Malissa Carwile &c, (now Baysinger) by her heirs of Rhodelia Carwile, deceased, by (deed of partition) dated the 24th of Decembbr, 1898. Recorded in Breckenridge County Clerk's o(Itcel Deed Book 60, page 2g5. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearAfter thirteen years and three Hat 2:30 o'clock. Let each one strive earnestly to be ing legal interest from the day of sale months service as postmaster, Marcus paid, and having the L. Klncheloe gave up the place April 1, present. New members most heartly until of a judgment. Lein force and effect retained to welcome. to W. S. Ball the new appointee. secure payment of purchase money. Faithful, efficient and highly satisfacMrs. Li. 15. Moremeu, who was visit- Bidders will be prepared to comply tory, Mr. Klncheloe steps aside liked ing Miss Mattie Lee Moormuu in Bran- - promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Melissa C. Best se to-wi- t: con-talnl- eg Saturday to till his anpoititmcnt. If the bebt is ot too good for you Bears the Signature These two stallions will be found at my place, one mile East of Bowleyville. on tho Louisville and SALE Ilardinsburg road and will bo permitted to serve mares at Bourke Cochran .$20.00 for colts that stand Always Bought ' up and suckle. Arlington Dare .$15.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. '8 3 BEN JACKS . 3 This famous Washington county Jack, known all over Breckeniidgo, Meade and Hardin counties for utility mules, together with two of his sons, Gus and Independence, will be found at tho above mentioned place whore the' will bo read' for service at $10 for a colt that stands up and sucks. BEN is a Jack of somo nge, 15 hands high, best breeding Jack in the three counties. GUS is a and close around ty and finish. 15 Tho Jack, black with white point hands. Has a great deal of quali; the, 4th INDEPENDENCE will bo day of July, 15 hands high, largo bono and black as a crow. Would look good at the State Fair. of Bourke Cochran and Arlington Dare I will give premium of $20 and $15 respectfully for the best colt, the get of each. Will give a premium of $10 for best mule colt. To the get i Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man anouia Have a Bank Account BeCaUSC! bank strengthens your credit. bank does all tho book-keeping. A few mares from a distance kept on grass at $1.50 per month. Accidents at owner's risk. YoUr luonoJ' Is safor in tl10 1)iu,k tlmn anywhor-olso. Paying your bills by check is tho simplest nnd most convenient method. Your check becomes a vou cher for the debt it pays. ;it gives you 0 better standing with business men. "VMonoy in tho A bank account teaches, helps and encourages you to save. ,i'Your bank book is a record of your business. IW7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS "tfTbis Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to merit a continuance of same, I am Very respectfully, EXAMINED DEC. To those desiring Hanking Connections with an Old Established Bank, wo extend our sorvices The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., ' .: , Hardinsburg, Ky. Irvington, Ky. Chas. H. Drury