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The Breckenridge news: April 26, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911042601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 26, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.INT VOL. XXXV DEATH CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. L WliDM-S- D AS , APRIL 26, 1911. 8 Pasit No. 42 COIES 10 MRS. SMITH BUCK Dies Friday At In Irvine-W- as THE LORD'S PRAYER Practical, Sensible Sermons Brown-Me- ns' n I Well Perry Family. Breckenridge And Counties Just Fifty livered By The Reverend Mr. Prayer Meet-Yea- rs taken during THE following inbeautiful compositionbywasbrother of Mrs. the War. a Charleston, S. C, S. R. Ilolmcr, of IveudalVllle, Ind. It Is printed on ver? kanvy satin and is quite a literary curoslty: THOU, to the Mercy Ssat our souls until gHther To do our duty tint Thee, ' OUR FATIIBU, To whom alt pnisr. nil honor should I given, ' For Tumi art the Great C.hI WHO ART IN HUAVKN, Thin, by Thy wisdom, rtil'st the world's whole frame , Rp&L king Powder The Only Baking Powder Made from Royal I Of AgeLeaves Large ings Held This Week. ALL THE SERVICES GOOD FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY. Mrs. Elizabeth Mack, wife of Smith Her Black, died at Irvine last Friday. death was caused by cancer. She was just fifty years of age and was born near German Ridge, Ind. Her old home was at Stephensport, where her friends over are many and she was well-knothe county. Nine years ago Mr. Black took her and their family to Irvine to live. She was a christian woman, a member of the Methodist church and did much for her children, who were devoted to her. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Jackson and the interment took place at Irvine. Besides her husband she leaves three daughters.Nell and Sue Black and Mrs. Ollie Orr, of Fordsville; and four sons, John, Henry, David and V. L. Black. Mrs. Black was the daughter of Mrs. Kathrine Plock, the, woman who .was famous for her old age and beautiful knitting. Her sisters are Mrs. Henry Mrs. John Klelman, of Oriole, Ind.; Clearwater, of Tell City, and her brothers are Phil Plock, of Stephens-porand Henry Plock, of Tell City. t, The religious revival that nus been progress for several days at the Methodist church under the direction of the Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis and Mr. Walter Brown, have stopped the "people of Cloverport stopped them at least, a minute, a half hour, or an hour or two each day and evening. Every afternoon a woman's prayer meeting Is held at two o'clock and followed by a regufar service at 2:45. These services have been the sweetest, and the most spiritual held here for Those who have been some time. hungry and thirsty for"food and drink1' that the heart craves, have relished the measureless benefits of these gather-iIn n Foiever, therefore, - ' gs. ' The men's prayer meetings are held every morning at 8:30 o'clock in the office of V. G. Babbage, and are being well attended by the business men. The thoughts and words, it is said, that have fallen at these meetings, have been as refreshing as drops of rain on a hot day. The evening services open at 7:15 o'clock with a song service. The sermons of the Rev. Mr. Brown are logical, not sensational, and appeal He makes his to practical people. points plain and, drives them In the COL. WALTON'S HANDminds and hearts of men, like a man drives spikes in a railroad tie with a WRITING LIKE MUSIC. sledge hammer. The revival closes Sunday evening. Every once in a while sombody in Stanford receives a letter from Col. V. P. Walton, former editor of the Interior Journal, and now associate editor of the Lexington Herald. The recipients of such missives usually bring them to us Of Old Days Asked About Friends to. read, for we "set" his copy for many In Cloverport Remembers a year both by hand and on a linotype, Many Who Has Left The Port and often we were the only man in the office who could read it. Which reFor Good minds us of a story he told on himself in the Herald the other day. A tramp Capt. Westfall, an old time river printer hit Lexington and they put him on a machine to set some ot Mr. Wal- man, and the best captain that ever The printer looked at walked the deck of a steam boat, was ton's editorials. down and a passenger on a train Monday returnit a while, turned It studied it then went to the foreman and ing from a trip 011 the Tell City to said: "If I had a cornet I might play Evansville. He asked about all his this stuff, but I'm d -- d if I can set it. " old friends, many of whom have passed away, in Cloverport. That was twenty At that we think Col. Walton's is more legible than that of three years ago but he still remembers Editor Desha Breckinridge of the Her- them. He is now Superintendent of ald or of Enoch Grehan another leading the Alms House in Louisville and is Lexington newspaper man, and we just so faithful to do his duties there as he was a steam boat man. have "set" them all In days gone by. Stanford Interior Journal. HALLOWED BH THY NAME; Let nevermore delays divide us from Thy glorious grnce.'but let THY KINGDOM COME. Let Thy command , pposed by none, Hut Toy Good plsasure and THY WILL HE DONE, Ami let our promptness to obey lie even The very same ON EARTH AS 'TIS IN HEAVEN; Then for our souls, 0 LORD, we nho pray Thou would'st be pleased to GIVE US THIS DAY, The food of life wherewith our souls tire fed, Sufficient raiment, and OUR DAILY BREAD, With every needful thing do Thou relieve Aud, of Thy mer.'y, pity AND FORGIVE US All our misdeeds for Him, whom Thou did'st please To make an offering for OUR TRESPASSES; Aud for as much, O Lord, as we believe, That Thou wilt pardon us AS WE FORGIVE Let that love teach wherewith Thou dost acquaint us To pardou all THOSE WHO TRESPASS AGAINST US And though sometimes Th u fitid'st we have forgot This love to Thee, yet help, AND LEAD US NOT Through soul or body's want to desper-atlo- n. Nor let earth's gain drive us INTO TEMPTATION, Let not the soul of any true believer Fall into the time of trial, BUT DELIVER Ytta, save them from the malice ol the devil Aud, both in life aud death, keep US FROM EVIL; Thus pray we. Loul, for tint of Thee, from whom This may be had FOR THINE IS THE KINGDOM; This wold is full of Thy works, its w.Mid.ous story, To Thee belongs Grape Cream of Tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Chemists tests have shown that a part ol the alum from biscuit made with an alum bahlnrr powder passes Into the stomach, and that dljcs!ton is retarded thereby. Road tho lahof and mako sure that yotw baking powder is not ma do from alum. Hon T. B, Stuart of Winchester, is a recoptlve candidate. So we believe is Harry A. Sommers, of Klizabethtown, and M. W. Smith, formerly United States District Attorney of Western Kentucky, has announced with a long IRVINGTON COLLEGE T GAME Defeat To Hardinsburg Juniors At Irving Teams Did Good platform. There may be others and still others with the bee b.issing in Opening Play Brings their bonnets. Lexington Herald, NOTICE tonBoth Work-Winn- ers Wear New STEAIOAHAPTI All those who are buying shoes at Uniforms Sippel's. please save your coupons for Miss Esther Jackson, who is still anxious to win in the piano contest. Those LITTLE DILLON ALWAYS SMILES who have promised them to her, kindly save them and notify her at once. Irvington, Ky., April SI (Special) Saturday afternoon tho proud college bovs dressed in tneir new uniforms, nt trotted out on the diamond full' of taking the first game of the Honored In Washington. City At season from the Hardinsburg boys. :ou-iide- The Unveiling Of The Marble Bust Of Issac Shelby Washington, April Si Mrs. Samuel S. Watkins. who, before her marriage, was Miss Rose liurwell Grilllth.of ICy , is representing the Evan Shelby chapter of the unveiling of the marble bust of Governor Isaac Shelb3 of Isaac She Is a Ow-ensb- up-sid- e chiro-graph- y t THE I'OWER AND GLORY And all Thv Glorious works, FOREVER, AMEN Shelby. Buys Home At Irvington. Mr. and Mrs, Joe T. Mattingly have bought the Kemper bungalow at Irving-to- This uuiiue nud lovely piece is set verbatim et literatim from a clipping that Mr. Courtney Habboge, Sr., has bad twelve years The last part uf it Was torn off and lost. Mr. Babbasje offered it to us to be published during the Methodist Revival.. Cloverport, Ky., Ap.-i- l Mrs Watkins was attired in black lace over white silk, and she wore a carved head of one of her ancestors who lived in the sixteenth century. Herudon. The Hardlnsburgcrs were now greatly encouraged, though the Irvington boys were still in the game. Lee Hook now relieved Hoben and with his Of ex- The game started off with fast snapplaying on tho part of the student players, who pulled oil a nice double play in Hrst inning. The vl iting team held themselves together,fougln fiercely aud only crossed the ruober bui one time, up to the fifth inning, while the home players already had live runs ahead. Hernd(.n's pitching proved a stumbling block for the Hardinsburg team until the sixth inning when he lost the excellent control which he hud, allowing the visitors to hammer tho sphere till they got in the lead; then they were held steady by Harr,who relieved py n. now occupied by Mr. Chas. Hook and family, who will vacate as soon as they can get another house. It Is Tries To Enter The Home Of Miss Drew Gregory Saturday Night-Sho- 26, 1011. Good Roads Society At Mc Quady-Fat- her ots At His Legs. Knue Eager MISS CAIN WILL GO TO FOREIGN FIELDS Beverley Cain, formerly of Bewleyville, graduates at the Scarritt Training School, Kansas City next month. She will be consecrated as a missionary at the council meeting in St. Louis and will take orders .tor the foreign mission Held. Miss KETNUCKYPRESS Miss Drew Gregory was awakened FREEJERVICE about one o'clock Sunday morning by a burglar who was trying to enter her home in First street or the East Side. Will Hold Summer Meeting At To Cumberland Subscribers All He made attempts to get in the window Through Breckenridge County Cerulean Springs June Nineand Miss Gregory shot at his legs three -- Manager Harvill Giving Pat times. The burglar dropped his hat teenth To and Chief DeHaven can possibly idenAnd Estill Wanted rons Best Attention tify it. Twenty-Third-Jack-son ri For All Members To Be important plans will be taken up at the quarterly meeting of the Good Roads Society at McQuady at 3 p. m., Saturday, April SO. Father Knue Is anxious that all members and those Interested in good roads will be present at the exact hour set. PREACHERS FEAST Horace Smith Injured Hawesville, Ky., April 32. --r Horace Smith, of Lewlsport, who is one of the best known and most extensive farmers and stock men in the county, sutl'er-e- d a compound fracture of the right arm near his home yesterday morning, as the result of being kicked by a fine horse. Mr. Smith was passing behind the animal at the time, and yie injury was most unexpected. Cloverport Folks Are Showering Them With Invitations-Mo- re Chicken Than They Can Eat. The Rev. Mr. Lewis and the Rev. Mr. Walter Brown have been extensively entertained since the revival opened at the Methodist church. They have had more invitations than they can accept and have taken them as they come. Their list Is as follows: Mrs. Francis May Go To Rome, Italy. Marion Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miss Minnie Stith, a former Bewley- Nolte, Mr. and Mrs. Wick Moorman, A SHOE-MAKEA FIREville girl, is a most successful nurse in Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Weatherhplt, Mr. Washington City. She is contemplat- and Mrs. John A. Barry, Mr. and Mrs. MAN AND A FARMER. ing a trip to Rome, Italy, in a profess- Hiram Moorman, Mr. and Mrs, John D. ional capacity, lnthe near future. Babbage, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. Julius Sipppel, of Irvington, is a man of three trades and works at all of them. Mrs. Whiiehouse Still III Sold Fine Hogs He has a night run oa the L, H. & St. Pierce Hardaway sold two Duroc L. branch. He also owns and runs a Mrs. Rosa Whitehouse has been ill Fat her home for six weeks and her Jersey hogs Saturday; one to Julius 11500 form near Union Star.besldes Mr. '; friends will regret to learn that her Slpple for 2$ and the other to Sam Slppel is a shoe maker and works at his I condition shows little improvement. j Rice for 37. shop all day at Irvington. At a meeting of a committee representing the Kentucky Press Association, in the Leather Room of the Seelbach Friday at uoon to select a place for the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association. Cerulean Springs was agreed upon and the date set for June 10 to S3. Estill Springs and Jackson, Breathitt county, made efforts to land the convention. H. Shinnlck, of Shelbyville, was chairman of the meeting anil Shelton Saulley,of the Stanford Journal, Secretary and Treasurer. The extenslou ot free sesvice to sub-sc:ers of the Cumberland Telephone LITTLE ADELE BENTON Company Is highly satisfactory to the patrons of Breckenridge county. Every subscriber has free service to all points Taken To Louisville For An in the county. A. M, Harvill, Manager of the enOperation-Beca- me Critically tire county exchange, has opened a III Last Friday-Opera- ted On free service to the following places: Harned, Glen Dean, McQuady. Ask-In- s Monday. v and Union Star. Mr. Harvill is one of the best managMr. and Mrs. D. C Benton took their ers the company has ever had here and his untiring energy has accomplished little daughter, Adele Benton, to Louis ville Monday to be operated on at St. much for the town and rural patrons of Joseph's Infirmary. She has not been Breckenridge county. well for several weeks and was taken If you have a telephone you can get critically ill Friday. Dr. Simons said the cause was intestinal trouble. free connection with any place In the The operation took place Monday county. afternoon and as the News goes to press discouraging word has been cellent curve held the Irvington batters firm and steady. Although many errors on both sides were made, the game continued with great interest. Little Dillon always wore 'a smile and made some excellent plays, and all the time kept encouraging his men. M. Brown was a great back stop, but became too excited and threw the ball away several times for the other boys. Tho out fielding of both teams was spleudid, while the inllelding was very strong. Each team got about the same number of clean base hits, but the Irvington boys were credited with the most stolon bases. The batting for the home boys was led by Lyon, who made live hits out of six times at bat, taking one triple, one double and three singles. Lee Hook only mado one hit and that was a long drive over in center Held fence making a home run. The winning score for Irvington was made by Brashear after two men were out. The Hardinsburg boys said they got a square deal and wanted to play the college boys again. THE LINE UP Position Hardinsburg Catcher Brown M. llrd baso Hook L. Snd base Macy G. ShelmanN. Dillon F. Hoben II. ld H-li- Irvington Lyon H. Gibson J. Brown V. 1st base . Marshal J. Hoben W. Wants To Be Lieutenant Governor Buys Land Pitcher Continued on page Barr P. Kirk H. Cunnlugham Parks H. Brashear Jolly J, Ilerndon A. 8 Attends Funeral Of Uncle For a long time It looked like Mr. J. E. Munford sold to M. II. Ward 00 James P. Edwards, of Louisville, would Miss Lizzie Hall, of Webster, went Gus-to- n be given a walkover for Lieutenant acres of laud oil his farm between to West Point Friday to attend the aud Irvington for $33 per acre. No funeral of her uncle, M. V. Turuln, Governor, but all of a sudden the position seems to have taken on an added Improvements. Mr. Ward will build who died at tho age of seventy four years. He leaves a wife and four sons. Importance for certala politicians. this spring. 1 l 11 1 DR. H. J. BOONE DELAY LINCOLN Permanent Dr. Owen's Olllcc, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m. Clovcrporlt Ky. Dentist Street 1lf. II I. MEMORIAL PLAN GongressionalBodyGannotAgree Upon Suitable maiiun nudinciiiuii, ll Location, go on tho plnzn In front of tho station. Senator Wotmoro nnd Representative MeCnll nro, or have been, advocates of this site. President Tnft is strongly for tho park commission project. Tho position of Senators Cullom nnd Money Is not known. Chnmp Clark hns defined his own views with the suggestion that the pcoplo of tho country should decide what form tho memorial should take nndwherc It should bo placed. The committee has held several meetings which havo resulted In no agreement, nnd, as stated, the opinion of the fine arts commission has been asked. Let the People Decide. Oddly enough, the suggestion of Chnmp Clark, whether offered seriously or not, has been taken up. It has been decided by friends of the Potomac site to state their case to the country and ask for a popular verdict on the question. They hold that the idea of a memorial to Lincoln Is one of national Interest nnd Importance nud that as the local authorities can arrive at no conclusion the matter should be submitted to tho people. The Wnsh ington chnmber of commerce hns volwith the unteered to communicate trade organizations of tho country with reference to the project, nnd n committee consisting of about seventy-Avof tho leading inert nnd women of Washington, few of them holders of public oillce, has been appointed to carry on tho work. e THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Clovcrport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD An : Notary Pi'blic Clovcrport, Kentucky $2,000,000 IS APPROPRIATED 39 yours of honorable- dealing. Passed through thrco panics nnd paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits A Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Champ Clrk Suggested That the People Be Asked to Decide the Matter, and Country's Trade Organiiatlon Will Be Appealed to With That End In View. At tho last session congress passed an appropriation of $2,000,000 for the erection of a memorial to Abraham Lincoln. A committee of seven President Tnft, Senators Cullom of Illinois, Wctmoro of Rhode Island and Money of Mississippi nud Cannon of Illinois. Representatives f Massachusetts nnd Champ MeCnll Clark of Missouri was designated to carry out the provisions of tho resolution. This committee so far has been unable to agree upon a location for the proposed memorial or its design. The question has been referred to the fine arts conimlsslon as nn advisory body. AVhlle the Lincoln memorial committee just named is tho central authority in relation to tho project, Its powers are somewhat limited by an amendment adopted by tho sounto requiring approval by congress of the location nnd design of tho memorial upon which the committee may finally decide. How to Commernorate Lincoln. The Issue on which the committee divides is not n new one. The old Burn-ha- APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 PLATINUM THE THING. Fidelity JBonds Twenty years' cxpeiicnco in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class J ? ft park conimlsslon. the Roosevelt and some members of tho present fine arts commission all have approved the original park comfine nrt3 council I Stock Work! i OurSpecialtyf 8 The News' Job Rooms are prepared to get out I I Stock Bills, Sale Bills, Folders, Etc., short uotici. We have a Thk1 lino of stock cuts. Mail oraers xivon bostot attention on TUn rimnlrnnriArvn fllovfimort. mission plan. This contemplated a memorial portico, surrounded with terraces, gardens and fountains, on tho eastern bank of the Potomac. This was in turn a feature and only one feature of a general plan for the beautiful and systematic development of Washington recommended by such groat artists as Daniel II. Rum-haCharles V. McKIm. Augustus Saint Gnudens nnd Frederick Lnw Olmsted, Jr., who composed tho original park commission. Their report was presented Jan. 15. 1002. nnd every year that has elapsed since then has confirmed the wisdom of their conclusions. Commissioners Disagree. The congressional committee appointed under the latest resolution Is not altogether friendly to the park commis-sio- n plan. Speaker Cniinon long has Newspapers Bunched. . Shown hv th Census. TMi r. nnneiiu invored n Llii'oln memorial between cSntvivl tlinf 1,1 g purposes ; Xevn(ln For spring the Union station and the eapitol notterc A,, onh. .a(lvon.tPnth, withstanding that a statue of Chrlsto- - send to the News office for bunched , ()f a nlnn t0 the S(1nrc milo ! Iher ColUII'lills luiw li'iit' nun., lo newspapers at five cents a bunch. C;r-casse1 I I house-cleanins Its Use as Fashionable Metal Dictated by Jewelers. An edict of the XntlonnI Wholesale Jewelers' association names platinum as tho precious metal upon which men nnd women of wealth shall hereafter lavish their surplus cash. Platinum, which Is more rare and expensive than gold, hns heretofore been used chiefly for expensive diamond settings. Henceforth It Is to be used In nil kinds of smaller nrticles, When a medicine must be given to young children, it should be pleasant such ns stickpins nnd studs for men lo take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd earrings, brooches, rings, chains is made from loaf sugar, nud the roots nnd bracelets for women. Hard platiused in its preparation gives it a fUvor num costs wholesale $12 and the soft similar to maple syrup, making itpleHS-an- t variety costs from $38 to nn ounce. to .take It has no superior for colds The retail price ranges from $."2 to whooping cough. 1'or sale croup and ?r,0 nu ounce. This makes the new bv all denleiH. metnl especially desirable, according to the Jewelers, ns It is calculated to OLIVE OIL AND ONIONS. bp cPnost, If not quite, beyond tho reach of persons of ordlnnry menus. Eat 'Em and Avoid Fever and Diphtheria, Says Health Expert. "Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Dr. Frederick A. Kraft, the Socialist Cough Remedy," wiites Mrs. K. B. health commissioner of Milwaukee, believes that he has discovered that eat- Kendrick. I?nsca, Ga.. "It is the best ing onions and olive oil is preventive cough remedy on the market for coughs, colds and croup." For sale by all dealof scarlet fever and diphtheria. It Is a fact that the districts where ers. onions are largely used have been free from these diseases tho past year. DRYDOCK F03 WHALES. When the comparative statement by wards of the prevalence of scarlet fe s ver and diphtheria was submitted to Device Is to Bs Used For Keeping Afloat Aftsr Capture. the health commissioner lie noticed The only known "drydock for that the wards populated by Italians and foreigners were more free from whales" has been ordered built at the the diseases than the American dls Western Roat works. Long Rearh, tricts. The Italian ward did not have Cal., and Captain 13. 13. Dodge, proa single case of either disease, while prietor of the boat works. Is hauling district from San Pedro .".o.OOO feet of lumber, the exclusive Prospect 1 1 which will be required to bnlld the was most generally affected. The health commissioner then In- barge. It will be .".0 by TO feet in size vestigated every family where either and will cost $2,r,00. "I am to build the Irrgo for J. D. disease was found. N'o family where a case of either disease was fouir' Loop, launch owner nnd whale hunter," said Captain Dodge. "lie calls It used onions. a drydock for wlviles. I understand A healthy man is a king in his own he will use It to buoy nn whales th't right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy he may capture In th: future ns well slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds as use It for a landing at the s'.de of big shlpi which may nnehor in th up sound health keeps you well. bay." SPRING and SUMMER MILLINERY HATS FOR EVERY OCCASION A display of street nnd semi dress hats at prices exceptionally reasonable. Our Ready-to-We- ar tmd untrimmed department is well equips ped to meet the demands for practical trimmed rind untrimmed head-wea- r Pretty display of Spring Novelties Women's and Misses' Garments W. C. MOORMAN Glen Dean, Kentucky At a meeting of the directors of the First State Bank, of Iryint'-toKy., held March 18, I9II, we, the undersigned, constituting a majority of said directors, request the president and cashier to sign a contract with the Secretary of State, to have a State Bank Examiner to examine this bank according to the rules and regulations prescribed by V. J. Piggott, Jno. R. Wimp, the Secretary of State. Minor P. Payne, J. C. Payne, Notice ' n, C. hi. McGlothlan. 111, Complying with the above request, the Secretary of State on March sent Mr, J. A. Frazier, State Bank Examiner, to' examine this bank, which ho did, and after going over all the assets very carefully reported to the directors that he found the bank in a highly satisfactory 1911, W. condition. ft J. C. J. Piggot, President, Payne, Cashier s ins oiBUMjiniugrj new Kv. Mmifn l'l ( PERPETRATED BY QWHITE OWt WALT AcDOUGALL: SEMI CENTENNIAL LIES vjfC' fES YOU ARE THE SPECIAL NOTICE. 0WINGT0 A DISAGREEMENT AS TO PRECEDENCE nvrt nCDADTMCkIT MESSRS ROBIN. CHALONER . THAW AND OTHER PROMINENT ENTOMOLOGISTS MUST BE WAR PERIOD JOKE- - C. W. B01ILER MARION WEATII0RII0LT J. W. PATE our OUR PROJECTED MVliLlvVHATCHER VER cnirrn WyVtoZr 'J? m GOTl MOUTH J Notice That resolutions of un )ul)lisheil at 5 cents per lino. Plca-- e do ii'H send obituaries to the News wit hunt oxpoctiojr t" pay for the puhlictition of tlu kind of matter. re-pe- ct mm DECLARED OFF INDEFINITELY. Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS SELECTED GEMS FROM THE IDA CO. VJAv SOMETHING FIERCER WILL BE FOUND INSTEAD NEXT WEEK WANTCD PEAFrVPUMUnUMOKIST TO CQ TO MfcXH.0, THE ONE WE HAVE TO TELL . FUNNY COLUMN If Antiseptics orPeroxide many ixoplo are now using Bnsiead of Liquid wlidfis dhoolj from Holland.? Pwxc for a tDITED BY SWCENEY P- - 1 OIlvfrVMl, l.llirl Icil Pnlo first answer When Poles marry is it A wood'eu Xmm ANOTHER MISSIVE Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving , PIONEER While Miss Pearl Ki'nsmore she 5llpped nnd bruised PARTIES WANTING pnmiiin floAM stairs herJ Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho new toiU't germicide powder to bo dissolved In water as needed. Tor all toilet and hygienic uses it is butter and more economical. To cleanso ami whiten tho teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, destroy disease germs, and purify tho breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridge work clean, odorless To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify tho breath after biaoklug. To oradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. Tho bust antiseptic wnsh known. Koliovus ami htrengthens tired, weak, inflnmudeyttK. Heals sore throat, woiuhIh and ouU. ."5 and f0 ets. a 1kx, drnggista wcuuiag? Spring will belicre.officidlly only dftci' llie Delaware fruit Crop has been declared, vutncq WAIT FORTHE AMBULANCE. I THINK GOING CRA2Y) 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. GOOD BLACK DIRT INTHE EAST PART OF TOWN SHOULD SEE JOHN S. MARSH iTZn I'm! ?Jm J r?"f.f,VE KtheHR& rf3ZMWK3M aJ-- i V., &u4 4a,,tt &j?fJH Estimates on Application or by mail postpaid. Sample THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,Boston.Ma6. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER NOTICE Pleaso do not auk us to publish card ofjthanks, resolutions or obituaries free KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY weaken the bowels, cause chronic constipation. Doan's Regulets operate easily, touo the stomach, euro constipation. 25c. Ask your druggist for them. Harsh physios react, Subscribe Right Now. OUR SEMI-CENTENNI- WAR-PICTUR- THE RECRUIT: PHOTOGRAPHED BYGRj Better Subscribe! 6 Discount Per Cent SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROM APRIL 17th TO MAY 13th 6 Discount Per Cent Another Manifestation of J. Bacon & Sons Liberality 6 PER CENT DIS COUNT s i X On all Purchases from April 17th to May 1 3th Inclusive J. Bacon Sons are no longer connected with any association of merchants in Louisville, yet wishing to continue to serve their patrons in an acceptable manner, the management has decided to al& s I X p E low. p E R C SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT TO ALL OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS ON ALL PURCHASES NO MATTER HOW GREAT OR SMALL Provided the Purchases are made between April 17th and flay 13th inclusive This liberal inducement, together with the fact that J. Bacon & Sons are better prepared now than ever before to meet everybody's requirements, whether they bo for personal or homo ue, .immediately and conclusively answers the question where you should do ' JOJt? spring and Summer shopping. R C E N E N T D T D I S The Only Requirement Necessary to Obtain the 6 Per Cent Discount is to Show Your Railroad Ticket at the Discount Desk Remember there are no strings tied to this proposition whatever. You do not have to buy a certain amount of goods in order to get the discount, but you get this discount on whatever you buy whether it will be one or one hundred dollars worth. Of course the more you buy the more discount you get and consequently the more you save. I S c 0 u N T c 0 u N Come and join your neighbors who will come to avail themselves of saving proposition Tell the Conductor in the Street car you want to go to Bacon's and he will put you off at the right place. "this liberal money T jBACoNasgH All Cars in .Louisville transfer to J. BACON & SONS All Packages Delivered From Our Store to Your Railroad Station Free of Charge 6 Discount SAM LOYD, THE Per Cent o SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROfl APRIL 17th TO MAY 13th 6 Discount ROADS. Per Cent R. MAY produce a new puzzlo before the passengers In the smoking room. Loyd took n pencil, drew a pony and cut him up Into three pieces. The pony was galloping before lie cut It up, but the thing was to make It gallop afterward. The governor offered a reward then for anybody to solve It on tbo voyage, but nobody did and not many afterwnrd. He Was Inventor of the Famous Invcdad England. P. T. Bannun heard of this puzzle and ordered 10.000.000 for advertising "Pigs In Clover." use. The showman traveled around classes-name- ly, those requiring man- with tho solution In his pocket, as he ual dexterity and those requiring could uot remember It overnight, he FORTUNE. mental dexterity. Many folks through- said. In tbo end 1.000,000.000 copies MASSED A LARGE out the world ,got the pigs Into the of the puzzle were sold. This and some right place at the expenso of their of the others netted him a great deal nervous systems, but nobody ever of money, which lie shrewdly Invested Known at the Puzzle King, Ht Set solved the fifteen puzzle. It had oc- In real estnto nnd In good securities, Problem That Taxed the Ingenuity curred to Loyd while trying nn old with the result that lie amassed a largo of the World For Two Generation. nindu puzzle of the innglc square. fortune. Shortly after turning out the The Donkey Made Him the Mott Famous mathematicians sought to "dl appearing Chlnnmau" ho went to Money. work It out nil over the world, but Europe and Introduced bis puzzles to their solutions never came right, ac- the English ucwspnpers. Immediately Sam Loyd, the puzzle man, whose cording to Its nuthor. Mr. Loyd after all England started to work over them. pozzies bare taxed the minds of the ward said that he never mado any Hundreds of chess problems were Whole world for almost two genera money out of his fifteen block puzzle turned out by Sura Loyd, whoso first tlons, died recently at tils home In becauso ho was unable to have It prize for a maker of these was taken Brooklyn. He bad made a fortune copyrighted, nor did ho out of the when he was eleven years old. He was store alone out of his puzzles and died a very "pigs In clover." One block puzzlo the author of "Chess Strategy," ono of sold 100.000 sets of his the most popular works on tho game. wealthy man. crazo was on. Turning to tbo mechanical field, ho In"puzzle king" that when.tho It wan as the Tbo puzzlo out of which this inventor Sam Loyd was best known, but be- of brain twisters mado tbo most mon- vented such puzzles as tbo Chair puzzle and the star puzzle, almost impossides being a puzzle maker ho was an ey was the donkey puzzle, In which sible of solution. of some ability, an Inventor of the object was to put two Jockeys on artist mechanical devices, a writer, a chess tho backs of two donkeys. This be player of great proficiency and a pro- patented and sold in large quantities. Lnme shoulder i nearly always due found mathematician. lis ability in The facility with which his brain could to rheumatism of the muscles, and quickthe latter Held was at the bottom of turn out puzzles of such n kind as to ly yields to the free application of much of his success as a puzzle bnfillo the keenest mind and give half Clmuberhin's Liniment. For sale by maker. tho world headaches was shown when all dealers. 1841 He was born In Philadelphia in ho turned out tho pony puzzle. It was of an old Quukor family and at the turned out In response to a bet rondo age of ten was playing chess with by a governor of rvnnsylvnnln. while NOTICE. somo of the cracks of the country and returning on tho snmo steamer from often beating them. First ho studied Europe with tho puzzle maker in 18C8. Please do not ask us to send you the engineering, and then ho studied math-ematichallenged Loyd lo News without paying for It cash In ad Heidelberg. Tha eovernor had and languages at vance.John D. Babbage. But qU tho while be wan making .nuz PUZZLE MAKER zles for his own amusement and to When bo was perplex his friends. twenty-flvyears old lie became n professional puzzle mnkcr. conducting n puzzle department In various newspapers for many years thereafter and spreading his fame to the far corners ' of the earth. Most Famous Puzzles. The two most famous puzzles Invented by JJnm Loyd were "pigs In clover" nnd the fifteen puzzle, nis puzzles were divided Into two general UNDER OUR ASPHALT OWN FOR ROOF Make Excellent Binding, Says London Engineer. Cecil Nathan, an engineer of London who gives especial attention to roiulmaklng. expresses the belief that asphalt Is destined to take the place of tar us a binder of .macadam roads. Ho defines the "essential desiderata" of a satisfactory road as "smooth appearance and even surfuco following tho camber of the road, which must bo sanitary, dustlcss, noiseless aud nonsllppery." Mr. Nnthun also stipulates that tho Ideal road must not only have these qualities, but be reasonable in initial cost and above all In Will main-tcnunc- Last week some one nsked "Why they did not put ''that" in the paper?" This question is asked nearly every week by subscribers nnd. 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 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 yourself, telephone us or "stop in" the office and let us knowabout your friends Help us to make the News a a paper that entertains, that is worth reading after it goes on the pantry shelf. ''live-wire", J. Has opened a now Blacksmith Shop I near tho Star Roller Mills I 1 and is prepared to do Horse Shoeing and all kinds of Rates to Owensboro. $2.34 from Cloyerport to Owensboro and return April 28, on account of Forepaugh & Sells Bros, circus; good to return' April 29. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained by npplying Chamberlain's Liniment For sale by all dealers. cs Subscribe different palliative tur Is serving its purposo today ns a temporary expedient, but something much more permanent than the primitive methods of tar spraying or oven tnr macadam Is required for tho future, and I maintain that permanency will bo obtained only from the adoption as waterproof road crust binders of either Lake Trinidad aBphalt or Cuhau asphalt, but preferably Cuban asphalt, owing to Its having a higher melting point and Its ability to withstand the rotting effects of water." "Many of the present generation will remember the phrase, 'Electricity Is only In Its Infancy,'" says Mr. Nathan. "Well, today the road board Is In Its infancy, and I have no doubt that it will grow into us fine and healthy a child as electricity did. Like other Infants, tho road board Is Just beginning to speak, and the first word that It has been taught Is 'tar.' Now, I bopo it will very soon grow up uud learn words of two syllables, such as 'asphalt,' and then bo able to expound to road engineers the real meaning of this much misunderstood word. "This Is tho tar uge, nnd ub an In- Repair Work at reasonable rates. Call on him when you want work of this kind. C30irhOOM CZIOC3M BALL & MILLER Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardlnsburg, : Ky. Iaoqo1ofoc3orfio THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. r Mail Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APR. 26, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a your in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cent" per line, ond fi cents for each insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rato of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for nt the rate of 5 cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please ' notify us. al with the Best Values In Stock and on Mail Order Purchases of f.p. 00 or more we pay Forwarding Charges to Points within 200 Miles. Louisville's Greatest Department Store Women's and Children's e Shoes High-Grad- Women's Tan Pumps and Oxfords; Tan Suede Pumps and Kussia Calf Oxfords; on perfec; lasts; all sizes and widths; priced $4 00 For Governor. We arc authorized t announce JAS. H. McCREAKY as a for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the primary election May 27. GOOD ROADS MOVEMEM STILL PROGRESSING HERE The good road movement is slowing in this county. Father Knue's plan-- arc being taken up in several cctions of the county and good results arc sure to come from it. Hawkins Smith tells tho News that he and Henry Dowcll have planned to grade the road from Dent's bridge to Garfield by the help of those along the road. Several already have pledged teams to grade and haul rock. We are surely glad to note this upward move in road improvement. It is the best move a farmer ever made for his own advancement oooo at Women's Bench-Mad- e Shoes; Tan, Buck Oxfords, Russia Calf Pumps and the "Countess," X.atte- man & Murray's latest CK flfi styles; priced at 4J.UU Growing dlrls' Oxfords; tan Russia calf; on short vamp lasts; with low heel; sizes 2 to 6; priced $3.00 at Babies' Shoes; white canvas or patent leather; ankle strap or button shoes; made on natural shape lasts; sizes 1 to ."; priced Women's Tan Oxfords nnd Pumps We have just received a new shipment of the popular Gibson Ties; on wide, high-to- e last with medium heel; also a splendid shade of Tan Itussla Pumps. Cq rn These two styles priced at 4J.JU Infants' Strap Slippers; patent leather or white canvas; "Fitz-U- " oirap supper, with "turned solo; sizes . to s; priced at $1.25 $1.50 Children's Strap Slippers; black velvet; square edge; turn sole, sizes UlA to 2, $2.50; sizes 84 to 11 $2.00; It!!.6.!!.! $1.00 Little Gent's Scout Shoes; sizes 10 to i; in ouvo ana uiack; this shoe has no equal for service CO fin priced at. fL.VU Children's Trimmed Hats Close Fitting Turbans; trimmed in small ornamnts, ribbons. dtc.T"Jin black, blue, red, burnt and white; regular $2. CO values, $1.50 on sale at Mexican Straws; trimmed in assort- ed color scarfs; actual val$1.98 ues $3.00. On sale at med in Persian scarfs, velvet ribbons, novelty straw bows, etc.; all colors; prices range from Cfn $3.00 down to...... 3UC Misses' Hats; in rough straws, with high crown; trimmed in ribbons; in dark blue, burnt and red; regular $3.5(1 values; on sale John Cook and Alf Taylor, of Custer, and George Milburn and Hawkins Smith, of Garfield, would be a line team to inaguratc the good road movement on the Custer and Garfield road. This is one of WILLIAM ADDAMS, the most important roads in the county and its improvement is needed good roads is wholly with the people. When badly. The matter of Candidate for Governor, favors: they determine in their own good way to have them then they will Stringent educational laws that will secure more schools, 1. become good roads and must fust start at every man's door. better schools and better pay for the teachers in order to insure oooo competency and such a system of schools as .will insure equal opAt MoDanicls $500.00 in cash has been raised by the farmers' portunity to all children. hands, and teams have been pledged for work on the roads. Judge 2. Constitutional revision of the tax laws. "Waggoner says the county will come to the aid of all movements of 3. All legislation necessary to bring the roads of Kentucky to this kind and will help. the highest state of efficiency. Rough Straws and Panamas; trim- $2 98 Swiss Ribbed Underwear For Women We buy these goods direct from the manufacturers and offer them to you at the following extremely low prices: Swiss Ribbed Vests; white crocheted front and back; no sleeves; low 1 Op neck; per dozen f 1 4O; each I IS THE MAN WORTH ADVERTISING' We admire the advertising plan that Mr. Addams is using in his political campaign for several reasons. First because it helps us. As Col. Walton writes in the Lexington Herald: "There is one thing that can be said of candidate Addams in addition to many others, and that is that ne does not go around asking newspapers to ooost him for nothing". All candidates should emulate his example and unless they do, the editors should have wisdom enough to leave them alone. We have been giving away our space to candidates long enough. There is always money used in a campaign and instead of the money being spent for whiskey, big dinners, line cigars and votes, it should be spent for that which is valuable and honorable that is newspaper advertising space. Is the candidate a man worth advertising? This is the important question for the editor to decide. If he is not, we should turn down his orders for advertising as quickly us we refuse people. fr audads. 10. The strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books. State bank inspection. 5. Bringing the militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and freeing same from politics. between farmers as well as 6. Organization and among other laboring men, whether they labor in the field, factory, store, or wherever wage is earned. 7. Such legislation as would improve the relation between '. capital and labor. 8. The strict enforcement of that portion of Article 6 of the Constitution of the United States which reads as follows : "No religious test shall ever be reouired as a qualification to any office or public trust. ' ' 9. Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the 4. uu Extra Size Vests; white Swiss rib bed; low neck; no sleeves; per doz en $1.40 American Lisle Thread Vests; low heck; no sleeves; verv soft and elastic; on sale 4 for 1 Qn I go 75c, each Swiss Ribbed Vests; white; low neck: no sleeves; per dozen full-sizes- ; each Regular and Extra Size Vests; these are "seconds" but almost perfect; pure lisle thread shirts, with silk drawstrings; low neck; no sleeves; beautiful quality of lisle; worth 25c and 35c in firsts; this lot priced at 7 for 51.00 jfjQ 13c $1.00; each 10c ex- Silk Lisle Thread Vests; white mertra sizes priced at 39c; regular sizes f2 70 per dozen 25c each White Lisle Thread Vests; hemstitched neck and arm; regular value 39c; on sale at $2.75 per OC dozen; each Zuu cerized; low neck; short sleeves; Julius C. Nolte was appointed local registar for Cloverport last January and the News has not even mentioned his appointment. Why? Simply because we didn't know it until last week. This is the reason that any matter of importance is not mentioned in the Democratic Primary Election, Saturday, July 1st, 1911. iiisburi;. Mrs. II 1 Drane's school closed Fri A day. The children had recitations. large crowd was present. Misses Ossie. Payne and Rnth Norton were the guests of Miss Nina Hardin, of Lodiburg, Sunday. Jim St. Clair was in Louisville several days last week. W. E. Compton whs the guest of Miss Nannie Ilelle Garden Sunday. Mr. and Mrn. Charlie Mays were in town Friday. "Hread baking success is guaranteed if ym use the Lewisport BEST Flour". White Goods White Voile; this is a fine quality Imported Wash Voile, with small raised nub yarn in the weave, giving the fabric an embroidered effect; value (i'c Cfln a yard; sale price uuu of h Wash Goods Zephyr Gingham: your choice 200 of h pieces of Domestic Zephyr Dress Ginghams, including the well known Renfrew & Carlton brands; also a lot of striped imported Scotch Ginghams; values 15c has a fine position. paper. Mr. Nolte understood the reason his appointment' was not noticed, but there are thousands of people who are always wondering why they are not recognized by the newspapers. It is a person's own fault if he is not noticed by the press. Someone remarked the other day that only aristrociats got their names in the paper. The idea is preposterous. Anybody can get his name in the paper provided he jumps over the moon or docs something worth noticing that the editor hears about. The newspaper reporter has ears to hear and eyes to see, but unless you tell or show him, don't blame him or wonder why he has loft you out of his stories. The sooner the people learn that a reporter cannot write what he knows not and the sooner they cooperate with him, in giving him facts, notes, kind words and courteous treatment, the more perfect will bo the newspaper. Life is just of Nasal Catarrh, an inflammation one favor after another; if you favor the newspaper men and women, the delicate membrane lining the air will gladly favor you and your friends. they Our correspondent, Mrs. C. D. Hambelton, of Mattingly writes: M. L. Roberts has returned from Owensboro and Yelvlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKaughan and children, of Cloverport, were Mrs. guests of their parents Sunday. Mrs. V. J. Schopp is visiting in Louisville this week. Miss Madison Cashman, of Union Star, was the guest of her brother, A. P. Cashman, last week. Dr.Shlvely spent Saturday and Sunday with his family in Owensboro. Mrs. Chas. Hamilton and Mrs. Will Gibson, of Cloverport, were guests of Mrs. Sallle Bennett, Monday. "Bread baking is guaranteed success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour." Mercerized Batiste; as a leading special we offer a beautiful sheer, silky Mercerized English Batiste; full 15 Inches wide and never sold 7.1c for less than sale price a yard Cfln UUu 18c. 20; and 25c yard; 12ic sale price Silko Japonette; the new printed mercerized wash fabric; over fifty designs and colors to choose from; a regular 20c material; sale 15c price, per yard "Balltown has no Federated Club, but has many energetic women ". who do not mind work. No small town can boast of more attractive front yards or cleaner back yards than Balltown. She is We are pleased to publish these good words in behalf of Balltown. We remember driving through the village one summer several years ago and in our memory the place is one of comeliness and cleanliness. The homes had vines and flowers, and the porches were swept clean. Whore there is a woman, who is a worker and manager, there is always a cleun homo inside and out. Wo notice in most of our towns STEPHENSP0RT. it is the business section that is poorly kept. So few business houses have clean buck premises. Let us hear from the town Unit has clean .Lewis l'erklns, of Louisville, was yards behind its business houses. the guest of J. W. French last week. Mr. Bryan has turned down a $2,000,000 oiler to move the Com moner to Memphis. His newspaper is so successful" that wo take it ho does not have to go down to the station personally to see who goes by tho four o'clock train. Lexington Leader. Wo would rather bo assistant editor of tho News and have to go to the up truin occasionly to sco who is going and coming. There is lots of fun in not being rich, just so you don't look "pore". Tho cold wet weather is playing havock with tho tobacco plants. We hear of a number of beds that huvo been plowed up and resowed. Arthur Draue lett Friday for Dig Clifty where he will spend several days. Mies Myrtle Lyddan is visiting in Jr. Miss Alta St.CIair has returned home vington this week, after being the guest of friends al Hard passages, is not cured by any mixtures Don't waste taken into the stomach. time on them. Take Ely's Cream Balm through the nostrils, so thnt the fever ed, swollen tissues are reached at once. Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often, you have been disappointed, we know Ely's Cream Balm is the remedy you should use. All druggists, uOc. Mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New York. Judgement Affirmed In the case of Albert K. Kampf vs. Pete Sherran & Co. The Court of Appeals alUrmed the judgement of the lower court, in which Kampf got a judgement against Sheeran & Co. for $453 Interest and costs. Murray & Murray were attorneys for the plaintiff and Mercer & Mercer for the English Batiste; this fabric was imported by us from the Tootal, Broadhurst Lee & Co., and is a fabric that matches embroideries. Our regular price is QCp 50c a yard; sale uuu price high-clas- s 45-in- ch, Dress Ginghams; good dress gingeyery-dawear and school dresses. Very large range of patterns and color combinations; in mill ends of 10 to 20 yards; values 10c and 12j4c; sale price, per yard any length patterns I2U hams for y lln Rules Governing Sale and Delivery of Ice in Cloverport, Season 1911 POLITENESS WON SHOW FOR HIM. TICKETS WEBSTER A great many people in this city re Thurman Smith, or Louisville, was the guest of his brother, R. A. Smith, member Col. Garrett Crittenden, "the Sunday. colored man sah", who exceeded in Dr. Shlvely has bought the Bennett politeness any darkey those days in property on the river front. He will Kentucky. The colonel belonged to an aristocratic family previous to war have it remodeled and it will be a Wagon will stop only where card is out or provious notice times, Dan Rice, the famous showman, home. has been given. Any discourtesies on part of employees, please once with his great report toM. J. Behen, Gen. Mngr., in writing. Thanking each Mrs. K. 13. Blaine and Mrs. L. Rob- came to Cloverport show tents and things, and Rice himund every customer for all courtesies and business ih past, and inson were in Cloverport last week. self passing up the street happened to uasuwiiK juu vi um unucuvui iu piensu in mo iuiuro.. Mrs. Sue Wedding, of Cannelton,was come in contact with Col. Crittenden, guest of Mrs. Eugene Connor Sun' the iipiiiil and the old darkey made so many ele t. W. HAMM1H, day. THE CLOVERPORT ICE CO. A. 1. SlKHf, rml. gant bows and scrapes to the showman Jiln Mir. Mrs. Will Dowell has returned home that he declared that Critenden sah, after spending a few days with her was the politest negro in the United son, Otis. States, This pleased Crittenden, of Olden Dowell, of North Dokato, was course, and when the showman pulled bowed some more. Mr. Rice told Crit- be admitted free It isl aid the famous the guest of his brother last week. out a complimentary show ticket and tenden that whenever his show came to showman kept his word with the old; Olden is a good telegraph operator and handed it to him. Mr. Crittenden fairly Cloverport after that he could always darkey. ' No ice will bo sold at plant or wagon on credit. It must be paid for in cash or by tickets taken from book by employee of the company. Books will be sold at Plant, Bank of Cloverport and M. Hamman & Son's, on a credit, of 30 and GO days, 10 per cent discount for cash at time of purchase. Books will be taken up and paid for by The Cloverport Ice Co., at end of seaspn on same terms as sold, for all unused tickets. We find tho abovo rules necessary to save book work. Prices at plant or wagon: Less than full block 40o per 100 lbs., except in 5o lots, when prico will bo 50c per 100 lbs. USE THE CARDS! & A Reliable Remedy CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quickljr absorbed. al Once. soothe!!, bcals nnd protect tltn 1 toon ami rA Laura Hays, sp nt Monday in Irving- ton. J. N. Dodson, of Perry county, Inc, was visiting relatives near Frym're last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Randall and Miss Claudia Pate were in Cincinnati last week. Miss Clnrn Heston has returned to Hardinsburg after a visit to Mrs. H A. Oelze. Miss Eunice Jennings was the guest of Miss Letitia Chapin at Irvington May Music 6lei Relief It cleanses, brano reuniting from Cittnrrn and tlrlvw way a Cold In tliollcml quickly. Itcstorcs tbo Senses of Tusto nml Smell. Full sizo 50 cts. nt Druggists or by innll. Liquid Cream Halm for uoo In ntomlzers75 eta. Ely Urothera, CO Wnrrcn Street, Now York. Sunday. Festival At Louisville IVIay Five Grand A Customer. a cuMoinir forapcod farm located near thu railroad and Hear a koixi m'IiooI. lie has Hie cash to pay, .Ino. Ii, llalitniiie, Cloverport, Ky. I Imvu Wrvts SThe Nice, Warm Tor Sale SAI.K-fJ..00for- 4, 5 & 6 Concerts; three nights Richard Driskell, of Hardinsburg miS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORCICN was the guest of Miss Su ie Newton ADVERTISING BY THE Sunday. . C. B. Randall, Round House Fore man at the shops, was In Louisville Saturday. GENERAL orFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Horace Cox, of Stephensport, went . .. . nnilllnl t OlTirp to Irvington Saturday to visit his uncle, John Cox. News. Buy your at Sippel's and J3he Breckcnridge help some friend of yours to get that fine piano. WEDNESDAY, Al'R. 2(1, 1911 Have your hat trimmed and made just the way you want it at Mrs. James ANNOUNCEMENTS RUE FOR POLITICAL Cordrey's. foot-we- ' and tno afternoons farm. I0J acrid, I'ancock c uiniy, i miles from on the I. C. Iiratich All tillable, flue corn and tobacco land, well watered, 20 acres In meadow, (rood orchard, some in frame housed! rooms, i dulls) stock barn 3t.M) tobacco barn 0x4J! other! out bulldlnits; all Improvements In trood con I dltlon. Hamuli! for iUlck snlej further p.ir- In 1 lii-Two-storv COIl 1 iDaysareComing H In Footwear Oxfords will Prevail j We have the new styles H Ladies' Velvets, Cravenettes, Pat- - DAMROSCH And The New York Hctihir.snddrct Alfre 1 O WrlKbt, Keynolds, i Syphouy Orchestra For Sale tf.'od work mares, Mife and llo Ii have mule col's whlili I souni' will heil rlKht O. W. Klmore. McQuaay, Ky. pOlt SALK-- 3 Louisville 1 Musical Club for Sale 50 Voice nonlfwe CliurcliClioIr, cornier. New AUmiiy MciKlolsMilin Choir. !0 voices nlilldren't Choruses, liOvoliH'S from UmUvllle I'uli Ic Schools. AltnuOlnek, Foprmio, McUopi llt.ui Opru Co., ami a brilliant iirruy of other eminent arSOT.O A UT!STS:-Mr- ne. COIt SAM' -- Thirty head of sheepand Inmhs 1 nmsMO tn.iiecitoii I W I sell on time. Address.l. It. llljtlie. Cloveruort, Ky. I H pj ents, Gun Metal, Tans, Vici. !'w.iy, FOR SAI.fi COlt SAI.K 3 extra Hood .lersoy cows nnd three I niroc .lersey sows. K P. Ilarda- - irvinKiou, iy. I Men's Patents, Gun Metal, Tans, Vici tists. Slnsrlo f 2.50 Moorman, of Glen Dean, were In For Precinct and city Offices 5.00 County Offices For last week. Par State and District Offices....? 15.00 For parWanted a good seamstress. 10 For CalU. per line ticulars write to Mrs. C. W. Fletcher, ',0 For Cards, per Hue Cloverport, Ky. For All Publications in the interMr. and Mrs. Ora Gorby, of Spokane, or expression est of Individuals .10 Wash., have moved to Lake bide, nf imltvMiiAl views ner line.... Lou-Isvil- Miss Daisy Dean and Miss Louise la Sea on Tickets, tSjoiiMiIji April at. tickets, Sl.SOacd J2.00. All scats. For Sale 15 horse power FOK SA I.I' A Wutklns nrike. instationeryI irood re-Knirlne: pair. Hreckenrldce Sews, Oiovertort, Ky. -- 1 . GIRLS, BOYS' CHILDREN Oxfords for All For Sale FOUSAI,K-I)ted- For reduced railroad fares ask your local UKent. Address, and remit tn s, uioverport. or Sale ly. blanks. MortKatfes and Itrccl.-i'tirldi'i- ! N'r ws, kinds 1 I "Let is Show You" ANDREW BROADDUS, LOUISVILLE. 804 Columbia Uldg. KENTUCKY Chenney, Wash. Jerry Tih'ord, Dawson Springs. is feeling better. 1 LOCAL BREVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sippel, of Irvington, returned Monday from their farm near Union Star, Misa Carrie Lee Tucker went to Lo -Louisville. Mrs. Fred Fraize is in isville Friday to see Mrs. Burt Muir, orcy ..:!. .i ln Mvcttf- Sntnr- - who is Improved. viaucu m .,,.....ruiner ri day. Mrs. Proctor Keith and daughter, A line of new hosiery Sippel's Shoe of Fordsville, Is at Mr. Tilford writes he the Kentucky State I'alr 1H10. Kjfits In at right price Kirk Pyultry 'arm, w. nrown, t'roprietor. WANTKD teams. Single Comb Brown Leghorns pOlt SAI.K Single Comb Hrown Leghorns. Tenessci! winners 1010. Harred Plymouth Hocks, bred from strans winners winners at cea-so- J..C. NOLTE & BRO. n W, CLOVERPORT, KY. Anna Elizabeth, are visiting relatives in Elizabethtown. Col. Julius Dutschke, of Holt, was in Mr. and Mrs. Benton Eubanks and town Monday. daughter, Alice Cleo, are guests of Mr. Mrs. Julius Sippel, of Irvington, was and Mrs. Robert Polk. here last week. L. D. Addison, 128 South 4th street, A. H. Murray has returned home ot Louisville, serves a nice dinner for Store. from Louisville. 3o cents. Call on him. Mrs. Joe Fitch has returned home D. H. Severs, who has been ill at his from Union Star. home in this city for several weeks, is Beautiful summer waists at Mrs. able to be out in town. James Cordrev's. Ernest A. Reese and Everetts Ash- shoes and stockings at Sip-pe- craft, of Irvington, were the guests of Children's Shoe Store. the Misses Wroe Sunday. Mrs. Kate Ditzenbach and son. Louie, Misses Edith and Margaret Burn were 1 n Louisville Friday. have returned from Louiiville. where A new line of pumps and oxfords at they visited J. P. Ditzenbach. Sippel's Shoe Store. Misses Julia and Katherine Wroe tdr. and Mrs. Harvey Stone were in left Tiiesday for Bowling Green, where they will enter the State Normal. at Mrs. Ryan and daughter, Mrs. H. L. Ready-mad- e muslin under-skirt- s Stader, expect to leave this week for Mrs. James Cordrey's. Dillon went to Hardinsburg Fri- - Louisville to visit Mrs. Burt Muir. Jeff Mr. and Mrs. Frank Storms attended av tn visit nis muinei. grand-motheMrs. Mrs. Ambie Daniels spent a few days the funeral of his J. J. Storms, at Hawesville Sunday. n Hawesville last week. A S. Wilson, of Chenault, and and tailored hats Stylish shirt-wai. i Eugene' Heavenn, of Meade county, t irc nmfs irornrevs. week. Mrs Wm. Boutcher and son, of Lew- - were here delivering tobacco last t r r Mrs. Robert Hendricks and Mits Myrtle Withers, oi Hardinsburg, were , j J nm ni guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Squires with relatives. l's st sell all Work and Dress .shoes, Oxfords, and in fact every shoe, at cost. This sale will last 30 days and no longer. Julian H. Brown. Chief Carney, of Louisville, was in Hardinsburg last week. His business was to get a line ou Judge Adair. He says the Judge has more friends than Every any man he ever locked after. mouth is sealed tight he says. Miss Elizabeth Skillman gave an all day dinner party Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Chas. K. Minary, who returned Saturday to her home. in Benton HarMrs. bor, Mich. The guests were: George Bentley, of Hawesville; Mrs. L. T. Reid and Mrs. Fred Ferry. Wrltu Wanted Tenant. A tenant for the Itallman farm Tenant must furnish V. Llbovltz, Lewisport. Ky. For Sale FOW. SALE Scholarship - Scholarship In the IlowlltiR University, itood In anv de.artmentofthat University. HreckenrlilReNzws, Cloverport, Ky. t Are Your wT OF Tilt LOSSES .1SH VISS.1IVIXTMKX7S IS BVSlXLSS.WEDVf. 10 .1 Eyes Good? Glasses accurately fitted by the latest known methods at HARDINSBURG Mrs. G. D. Shellman and son, Hob-a- rt were In LouisviHe a jfev days las,t week Miss Hallle Beatty, who has been in school at Irvington, was here Saturday on her way to teach an unfinished part ot 'the Jackson school, between ' and Tar Fork. Judge Moorman was In Louisville and Frankfort last w:ek on legal business. Mc-Qua- I'lSOS Oh KXfEKShS-Jlt- AT ML.1SS LURE. KEEP.1 CLOSE ir.lTCII C.IRELEZS SUPER 'or .w;.vitA- you-Jhh.ilRS, BUSlXhJS OR k ON EVERY VR.1NCII - .INI) DOMESTIC. &T.4R T .1 CIIECK1NO JCCOVNT HERE YOU THEN KNOW EX.1CT LYHIt.1T YOUSHENli GIBSON & SON SHORT VISIT TO THE CLOVERPORT FOUNDRY. BANK OF CLOVERPORT We vish to statu to the public ilnit this i list it til ion is ready for the State Hank Examiner anv time. There school. For Dental work !ee Dr. Walker. are but four more weeks of Patesville . i ! .. : . r.. i Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Dorst and children, Charshirtwaists. f ready-ma- de lie and Harry, have returned from Ed. Morrison has returned from a Hardinsburc. where they visited Miss sir to menus in rieuuei.iuu. Mollie Dorst. .: r i. i wic ust a tew more weens, oi .i. ymuv Will Smith Duncan, of the U. S. .... . .. . CI Navy, is home on a furlough visiting Lex, of his mother, Mrs. Virginia Duncan, in ir- - Evan Royalty and Dr. rriin!hitrtr. were here ounuav. Owensboro. Mrs. Clarence Wheeler, who has been in Louisville two weeks at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has returned to her home at f. I I? fnve nt Webster. Hardin Grove, Ind Misses Eva and Edith Plank and Miss ner uaugiuer mis, iiuwi ajuu. Lula Severs were the guests of Miss ...... -. Jennie Mabel Harris at her home in w WUV fcw4j Louisville from Friday until Sunday. c. win i tt Miss Kathrine Moorman has left Dr. Simon's Infirmary much Improved since bson went to Stephensport Monday. r. nnn Airs. Kuoeri luiicn. ul iicww an operation. She and her mother will be at the Burn's House several days. Mrs. C. P. Pullam, of Stephensport, r. Boone and his mother, Mrs. visited Mrs. Jacob Miller last week. Mrs. Pullam was very much interested in the revival and enjoyed the services. John D. Babbage, Jr., has been appointed Southern Representative for the Lanston Monotype Company, of s Philadelphia," with at 11 C L" Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Reezor are in Indiana for a two weeks visit. Judge Waggoner was in Cloverport Saturday. Marraige licenses were issued to Fred Done and Lina Chlsm. both of Lodiburg, and Jas. A Adams and Min- If you take a walk down the railroad some fine day this spring be certain to pay your respects to the Cloverport Foundry. It is one of the best equipped shops on the Ohio river. The new car penter's department, the tin shop and the brass foundry are" the recent addi tions and each one turns'out first-clanie C. Dugan, both of Irvington. workmanship and materials. , T. C. Lewis, the Hardinsburg jewel ooo er, repairs watches, clocks and jewelry. Albert McGaughn is the head carpen John P. Haswell, Assistant United ter and pattern maker and Tom Faith States District Attorney for the West is'overseer of the brass moulds 'I he ern District of Kentucky, came home year conhaving been in court at brass foundry has a $3000 per last week after tract with the L. H. & St. L. K. R. ss THE FARMERS BANK' Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 I JOHN C, SHAW, Cashier A CHECK ACCOUNT opened with The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky,, for your wife will be a source of great convenience to her. Should you be out of town on business, she u ill have an account to draw on and she can pay all bills by check, not Worrying about receipts, for the cancelled checks when returned, will be a proper Voucher. j YOU head-quarter- HaVPfl't KPP.I1 0T0GRAPHED Since YOU wens nmrriuu Knnrr rni iiiiiii v hi ii lot us make an artistic group nanm miiuio i Li - IIVC w' w -- - lllll L. ir.. rVV. I v . iii ... ii i 0 in.' n4 v. maw 0 4, 5 and 6 Amateur Finishing Atlanta. Mrs. Fallon and daughter, Miss Ola Fallon, accompanied little Miss. Sarah Fallon and Joe Fallon, Jr., to their home at Elmitch. Judge Waggoner and Mrs. Waggoner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luclan Chapin Sunday. The Judge was greeted heartily by his friends who met him on the streets and at church. Sam T. McGlll, cashier of the Bank of Lewisport and his little son, Ben Poindexter, D. B. Great house and son, and J araes Roberts, of Lewisport, returned from Louisville Monday. the Mrs. Mary Sippel Reynolds, widow of John Reynolds, the engineer who met his death last fall in a wreck on the L. H. & St. L. R. R., has re centlv received 15000 from the com pany To one and all Remember my big shoe sale will begin May 1, l9U I will Paducah. O OiO J. P. Carney, Chief of the Louisville In the main machine shop with fore detective force, was here Friday. man Jim iJistiop, are .union squires Guv Sprlnggate was the guest of and Fred May. Ed. Stocker and For friends in Irvington Saturday and Sun "We have just completed one job for. illness, arrived here Monday to visit rest Moorman look after the tin shop. day. ooo the government to be shipped to Knox- - Father llrey. He has not been in Clot Allie Alexander was In Custer Sat Rose "R. T. Kendall" is the name of the vine anu nave tour more joos w get out verjort since his pastorate at St. urday and Sunday. He accompanied His for government boats on the Tennessee Catholic cnurch forty years ago. Misses Eva Alexander and Bettle Pile new Doai tnai is ueing uunt uy tno river", said Mr. Pate with a good deal home is in Louisville. Father Ryan to their homes after a visit of a week Foundry for Rounds & Jesse of Owens of pride. A few years ago the Clover- found several old friends to chat over boro. It will be finished by the first of to Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander. days with and his visit is a port Foundry was an infant in the June. The vessel is UOxoO feet and will Road Supervisor Pat Garner, moved mechanical world, but today it repre- great pleasure to him. carry 300 people. to town last week Irom his home near sents standardised excellence in maooo He occupied the home McDaniels. chinery building ard gives the customWill Howard Dead formerly occupied by the "We may be slower than anybody ers the best service. Visit the foundry else, but our work shows up as well", once. Supervisor, J. V. St. Clair. ThH funeral of Will Howard. of BranMrs. Blanche Reid, spent last week said Mr. Pate, the general mannger of denburg, who died April 14, was held the Foundry. Friday. "Our business in Louisville. Stayed Away Forty Years. last Sunday. His death was caused by is a good thing, it Is growing every day, Mrs. Harry Norton has been visiting tuberculosis of the lungs. He leaves Is more room", Mr. Pate Rev. and Mrs. J. all we need her Father Ryan, who has been at Mystfc a wife, who was Miss I'eggy Ditto.and said, as he pointed to one part of the H. Lennon. Mr. and. Mrs. Morton go foundry crowded with Iron materials. staying with Father Hourd during his one diughter, Miss Maurlne Howard. this week to Mississippi to reside. Miss Mamie Mattingly returned Mon day From a visit to her sister, Mrs. Z. M. Lawrence, of EvansvlIIe. Mrs. Scott Pulllatu, of Chicago is visiting relatives In town. Miss May Watlington was in Irving' Your money is safer in the bunk than anywhere eUo, Paying your bills by ton several days last week. method. Your check becomes a vou ..iionir ic tlm Rimnlcst and most convi nii-nOur boys played the Irvington boy Saturday and Monoy in tho on the latter's diamond gives 3 cu i betttv stHi.dirg with businessmen. cher for the debt it pays, lost. Score IS to 16 In favor of Irving' account teaches, helps and encourages you to save. IThis bank strengthens your credit. 1 A bank ton. TOur bank book is a record of your business. bank docs all tho good many people have been at A J by-goEx-Ro- grand-parent- s, Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man Should Have a Bank Account l Because: t lit book-keepin- g. tending the Klngswood College Com EXAMINED DEC. mencement exercises, all of which are ronorted a sunerior order. Homer Eskrldge Is at home after several months absence in Birmingham Alabama. "Dread baking success Is guaranteed if you uie the I.ewiport BEST Flour". Sold by J. II. Uaruntr. IM7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS To those desiring Hanking Connections with an Old Kotabli.shed Bank, wo extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., .: Hardinsburg, Ky. i E SSLV 11 if KNAG ' E TM y ST A Hi imauQkiffidl use your advantage. The princess, nfter im, Is n woman." I looked nt him, trying to discover n deep inclining In his words, but .Tasnr's face was not easy to read. "I used the weapons to my hand, mild. "And used them badly your last weapon worst of nil. It wns bravely done, but It wns madness Just then." "I nm no ourtier where the lives of forward." and called it Green men nre nt ake." "I have not seen her since that Sickness, but sho you should be the courtier night. Sir Vnsen. Besides, Is she not "When grow worse, all tlio most. Yet you do yourself nn Injus under ns heiivy n cloud-nI nm?" klo tlio corners of Jnsnr's mouth, nnd, time. Lydla Rl'lnk. tlce. I marked you play the courtier although I did not understand 1U rho selfsame cloud. Sir Verrall, but ham's vegetable compound was rec-well enough to tlio Lady Aldrldn, and It will pass. You wcro unfortunato ommcndeu, nntl alter taking tiireo meaning, there wns In It something the princess saw It also. I can read to offend her highness somc- - Ilea slio has regained her health, thanks which encouraged me. I was coil' on the Lndy Aldrlda's face what the whnt, but I have some power with y i""V"'V' bcIous that Lady Aldrldn stepped back y' ta 1UUUUU J llUUUlli5 I'll Q XJ man who whispers to her talks of. I her. being her kinsman, nnd from me, n movement that Indeed sug CoiticitAX, 1103 Kntland Street, Haiti- saw well that you talked of love." speak for you and for the lady." gested fear at my rnsliness. more, iuu. "And If I did?" I saw the princess start, nnd then "oii nro generous, count, but I Hundreds of such letters from moth "Wns It wise, think you, to produce would sooner plead my own cause." the color dyed her cheeks deeply, but gratitude- for what the princess token when you hnd "As you will. I offered ns a friend." ers expressing their Vegetable Comthere was no encouragement In her Lydla E. Pinkhiun's i proved how lightly you esteemed It?" Thnt dnv O'Rvnn returned, and. feel pound has accomplished for them havo face. For one moment It seemed as This was an argument I could uot ing tlTat I owed him some explanation been received by tiie iycua . ruiKuara, If she remembered the giving of the handkerchief, hut the next she was Copyright, 1907, by R. F. Fcnno & Co. find a ready answer to without show- ns to why I had not used every en- Mcdlcino Company, Lynn, Mass, ing this priest, of whose friendship I deavor to release him, I told him of my stern, resolute, and I might have been Young Girls, Ilccd This Advice. some poor devil craving mercy for my- to save their prisoners? Hnoum l hnd no guarantee, thnt I thought more banishment. Girls who aro troubled with painfti of the princess than I cared to ac"The prisoners may live, but they'll self. Her eyes Hashed dangerously, steal out, mount my horse, ride to or irregular periods, backache, he.idi knowledge. be the death of us, Verrall, unless her mouth tightened hard and sensations, faint, ache, dragging-dow- n ndasara and proffer my services to "She denied the gift," lie went on. ou'ro careful. I wasn't brawling the lug spells or indigestion, stiouiu taKe, her bosom rose and fell In lead the king's troops to victory against "She could, truly do so, for I saw the ther night. For the life of mo I could immediate action nnd ho restored to quick movement, telling of a passiontheir enemies? Should I go back to ate anger which she held In check. the palace and attempt to speak again manner hi which It wns given. You not make out why I was nrrcstcd, but health by Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege, She looked superb, but less a woman with the princess? And then, I regret could expect nothing else but her lin- now It Is all explained. Once you arc tablo Compound. Thousands have been quarters. There wns a council next day, nnd than I had ever seen her look. Just to say, I wondered If the lives of these ger nnd the banishment she pro- thoroughly out of favor wo may as restored to health by us use, well commit suicide to prevent a worso then she would have Inspired fear, but prisoners were worth the sacrl'tleo I nounced." Write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, I expected to be called to it. I was In ".Tims., for nilvlm. froi. readiness to attend, ready to meet the hardly love. think. My sudden ac- had mnde for them, whether I should "I have fought and lost, as many end." "There Is always Yndasara as ref opposition which wns certain to bo tion seemed to have put the key of the not have been wiser to take O'ltynn's another man has done before me." "You have not lost yet. Sir Verrall. uge." I suggested. raised when the question of the prissituation Into my hand for the mo- - advice and look nfter my own skin. your Inst weapon until now, sir Tor oners' lives wns discussed, but I was 'Aye. If we can get there, I ask noth I wns tonight sent to the priests by ment. but her dignity and self possesPresently I realized that the town sion snatched It from me. Then she had grown ipileter. Listening The sacrlllee of the ing better. But we've got to get there. rail. As a woman It might have had not sent for. I kept to my quarters. for her highness. errnll." power to move me; it was powerless Impatient at the delay, wondering If prisoners Is delayed for the present." spoke clearly, calmly. O Ryan. I heard something That evening the princess sent for to move the princess. I have sent for the princess had regretted her deter"Thank heaven!" I exclaimed. "A token must be given to make It footsteps coining along the mination of last night to save the pris "So far you have succeeded. of any worth. This handkerchief, as corridor. It Is me. I hnd just concluded that my sus Under the circumstances It oners and to recall mo. we remember, was merely forgotten was not strange that I should think possible nny, probable that the prin- pease was not to be relieved that day lieu one of the princess' guard came, Late In the evening I wns sum when, as a stranger among us, we of treachery. I drew my sword noise- cess will send for you. Be humble; "Her highness orders, gave you a word of sympathy. moned to tlio palace. I passed through Ilad lessly and waited. There wns a quick It will serve you best. Of my coming fnllnu- - inn Kir Vnrrnll?" and will you we known the use you Intended to put knock at my door. the streets unnoticed, but as soon ns T here you must not speak." We crossed the great hall, which it to we should have sent a servant to "I thaTdTyou foTconilng." entered the palace I was aware how "Who comes at so late an hour?" I unpojMw I had become. I made mv reclaim it. Never has any subject re- laid, throwing the door open and ready "For the present the prisoners are was in darkness, and went along ninny way at once to the room where the ceived a token of ours. You forget to defend myself safe. You may save them altogether, corridors with many turnings, so that princess was. and there I wns more yourself, Sir Verrall. nnd In future wo "Welcome von nil vimr frlnmla sn but In doing so you must be content I should have been quite unable to ' "sHalT know how to treat you. kindly welcomed. Discretion. I knew, to put yourself In danger. I know not retrace my steps. It wero I'll Verrall?" Presently we stopped, apparently In prompted this, for since the princess well to absent yourself from our pres It was Jnjur, and he smiled as ho how her highness will treat you. the middle of a corridor. had recalled me it would have been whether she will forgive you or no, ence until Ave have forgotten the Minted to my drawn sword. "A moment. Sir Verrall. I will In but of this I warn .you if you save unwise for those in closest attendance "I expected a foe." JBSSSSZESSms thb prisoners" the priests will be your :julro her highness' pleasure." upon her to show nny displeasure. I irJi6n, turning to one of her women, "And perhaps with reason," he said. He drew back a sliding door lu tho saw Lady Aldrldn at some distance They are powerful more she commanded her to take the hand'Still. I come as a friend and secretly. enemies. powerful even thnn Count Vasca to do wall, entered a dimly lighted apart' from mo nnd wns not displeased that kerchief. Those about me bowed low 21ose the door and make It fast nnd you harm. I know you to be fearless: ment und closed the door after him. she did not approach me. The prinas the princess passed from the room Only, n minute or two elapsed before let us speak low, Your servant has I believe you to be true. But mark cess was talking brightly to those followed by her attendants. not returned?" well how you go after sunset. And tho door was opened again, nnd the close to her. but It seemed to me that Not until the curtnlns had fallen be"Xo." one more thing, Sir Verrall make not man beckoned me. she was exerting herself to appear hind her did I rise from my knee. It I entered a small anteroom almost "And will not tonight. He was found other enemies A foe In steel or even her ease, that her words were far from was not homage which kept me there. brawling In the streets and was ar- In priestly robes may be met and con- bare of furniture and dimly lighted expressing what was passing through I wanted a moment to think. I bequered, but a woman she has weap- but I had no time to take particular her mind. lieved myself something of u martyr rested." "I thought soldiers were privileged ons that a man Is 111 fitted to guard note of anything, for the guard im Presently Jasar spoke to her. nnd for tiie cause of humanity. I had to brawl tonight." I said. against. I seek no confidence; I only mediately drew aside the curtains her eyes wandered until they rested , done the wretched prisoners no good, ' advise. Beware of the Lady Aldrldn. which hung over a door at the opposite "Some not all." upon me. With n look and an almost but I had made the attempt, and since "You mean that only my servant was There is n whole armory of danger in end of the room, and I stood iu a large imperceptible gesture she motioned mo had failed I should have more eneit apartment and in the presence of the that fair woman." , to approach. mies in Prusseniand than I had ever arrested?" He bowed and watched me with a "You wrong her. I dare swear that princess. had before. I fell on my knee before her as I hnd She was hnlf reclining upon a couch he had done Inst night, nnd I smiled to myself Jasar had gone. Vasca was leaving smile upon his Iface, even toasthe prin- you wrong her." by me. pleaded watched mo as She had stood I could do no and hud sho studied the pose site could the apartment hurriedly, and those io ininic tnnt I lind nlrendy been for not have chosen ono more attractive. less than protect her. given and that this wns only n show. standing near mo drew back us I cross- cess. was seated near her, and they "I have given my advice." he said Jnsar "By Vnsea's orders, doubtless?" She used almost the same words, but ed the room. calmly, '"t Is for you to use It or not. were nlone. but It seemed to me that "Doubtless." sho spoke as the princess, not as the At tlio entrance Lady Altlrida stop.you wl'l, fjood night. Wli"ii I am others had boon there recently, for the "Ah, for a few moments with hlra ped me. woman, and I was certainly unprer.i-f rugs on two or three couches In the tj( r (iiriiln '' to settle our score now and for all I ..... pared for the use sho was going to "We attempted the Impossible, Sir I you danger lnrks .In every shadow. room were askew, as though the occu Verrall. I warned you that I wns in time!" I said Impatiently. mnke of the situation. "What can you expect? A fallen At some other tlmo wo will talk of pants had risen hastily. I wondered "IOU HAVE ANOEHED ME EXT11EMELY, BUS no great favor with her highness." "You have greatly angered us,' Sir that country ofVours. It should be r who had boon with the princess, for VOlKAIili." "We have done what we could," I man is ever a stepping stone which good Verrall." she said In low but clear land whoso knights are fearless it wns evident thnt I hnd been brought answered. "Take heed to yourself. others use to rise to higher favor." you secretly tonight. My women had voice. There was silence In the great "Fallen, you say! It is too rash an uud truo nnd J'et Kcntlo as you are. there secretly. Lady Aldrldn. It Is ill policy to symyou came, nnd only room In a moment.. "By word and aclndl- - retired before slr Verrall- -a good land, Indeed." jsertion. Kalllng. perhaps, but not The princess moved slightly to pathize with a fallen and disgraced Jnsar nnd tho guard have knowledge tion you have sought to disparage our cnto that she was aware of my comfallen. When Sir Verrall completely man." your coming. You will not speak majesty and to make our authority of ing, uud, feeling rather Insignificant of falls he'll carry some ruin with him." CIIAPTKU XI. "That man Is my" none effect. It was In our mind to 1 should woman, I ap- of it, either. Have you thought of the "Bravo wonla nil lilln linnsl "Is a fool, my lady," I interrupted. CLOSKD the door and fasten- before this beautiful consequences to yourself If I save tho make your banishment If not forever, "I inn in no mood for talking of It liovi. snlfl ltiiil mmtlii.r nttnrnil tlipm ed It and stretched myself proached and fell on my knee before lives of these prisoners?" at least for a" much longer time, but Hut Sir Verrall has proveed himself as now." upon my couch, intending to her. seeing that you are a stranger among "I have, but I nm not afraid." mp extremely, You havo angered Rin. iirmiiK.il ..... i...,. keep awuke. Tlio walls .ia,. ...! Kood as his words. Tell me, arc nil "The priests clamor for tho sacri us, knowing our customs Imperfectly, e tm "ro 1,1 1,10 111,1(1 ou como around uie might not lie as solid as Sir Verrall," she said, "and I know fice. I went quickly throiiKli the otber . The peoplo clamor for it. You and thnt your words nnd actions may frttiA - looked. Hit not whether 1 have acted rightly In havo t lii'j.My rooms, neither being spoken to nor was weary. had many enemies, Sir Ver have been 111 considered rather than sending for you now." "i mn but a poor specimen of my speaking to nny. rail, since first you came to Drussen 111 meant, we hnve recalled you that "I cravo your pardon, your highness. land, but with the priests agnlnst you, slowly you may prove As I was leaving the palace, how- - countrymen." I answered. And then the loyalty of nnd nsk for your good will again." ever, a hand was laid upon my shoul- - 1 stopped, remembering how I had Thousands Have Kidney and with tho priests n great mass of which you aro so quick to boast.- - Learn. "Yo.: have my pardon. My good will the people, how think you you can Sir Verrall, dor. and I turned to faco a friend, a L'onie to Drussenland ns the long that ho whoso hand goes you must deserve." Trouble and Never Suspect who had ever taken part with i I,(fcted knight. stand? For my councilor in this mat most readily to his sword to defend only to "Your highness has me ngalnst my enemies. eimistmut oi inai anoiner lime, his honor is not of necessity tho man ter there will be no mercy.." t How To Find Out. I answered. "Sir Verrall, let me como with you." he answered, with a smile. "Now wo "I have n religion, too, your high whoso honor needs least defending." Fill a bottle or common glass with your Sho bid mo rise nnd motioned mo to "I warn you I nm poor company to- have other matters In hand. You nro water and let it staud twenty-fou- r "I humbly crave your highness' nar- hours: bo seated. I sat down a llttlo removed ness, and mercy is Its very keystone. right, Sir Verrall. You havo not fallen night," I answered. I were Indeed false to my religion don and thnnk you for j'our clemency. a brick Oust sedi"Two swords are better thau one yet, but there are those who think ment, or settliui'. from her. were I not to stand up for the lives of siy aeeus siinu speak my thanks inu "As I havo forgiven I will not these prisoners, and, ns for tho danger better fashion." when the night Is dark and the nttnek you have." f77) stringy or milky n I began. "You mean" sudden nnd from behind." appearance ot ten speak of tho other night. In your coun- to myself, It counts for nothing. Be "Itlse. You havo our pardon. Seo "Why should you fear attack toindicates an un- try courtesy may And a different ex- sides, these same priests have accepted that you "Mark you, Sir Verrall, you wero deserve our night?" unwise tonight." healthy condi- pression from that which It has here iu mo as the expected knight. That then, speaking a little good will." And louder, she went tion of the kid- Drussenland. You nre but a stranger should make my person "To plead for those wretched pris"The town Is full of drunken solsacred to on: "It Is Indeed a tlmo for men to neys; too fre- among us and hnvo therefore, perdiers, and a fallen man Is food for oners?" them." prove their loyalty to their sovereign, quent desire to chance, some excuse." "No. For that I honor you. It wns any assassin's dagger. The murderer "Even the expected knight will not when her actions tear hoarse disagreedoes it or nn in In 1 may may be thanked for getting rid of so tho notion of a true knight. The law tho back are also symptoms "Pardon, your highness, but If be allowed to break tho laws of Drus ment from tho throats of many, when tell I quarrel not with the kidneys and bladder are that of you claim any excuse let me claim the ono senland with impunity," sho said. turbulent a subject-- or thinks he mny." Is a disgrace. out order tho rabble in tho street think fit to I laughed ut his somber foreboding, your plendlng, but with tho manner of ana need attention. which prompted my hasty action." "But for their own sakes they can criticise, soldiers In the camp to whls-pe- r but I was not III pleused to have his it." "And that?" What To So. not deny me now. It would rob the threats and even some at court to company. Ills presence may have proThere is comfort in the knowledge 6o "Your highness expressed a doubt people of their belief in tho priests." "It was the only way." murmur. My actions nro framed for you are in error," he an- often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's of my loyalty. Your words cut so deepme, I do not know, but I reach"There tected "They will not deny you, but thoy the good of Drussenland. for the wel- the great kidney remedy, ly that I acted rashly." swered. "First you should have como Swamp-Roo- t, ed my quarters lu safety. will seek for means to correct their faro of Its pwple. high nnd low. and I fulfills almost every wish in correcting O'Uyau wus not there. I guessed ulone. To assoelnto Lady Aldrldn "You acted rashly Indeed, but that is mistake without confusion to shall be quick to deal with those, be in the that the attractions of the town had with the request was to court failure. rheumatism, pain every back, kidneys, forgiven. Wo will speak no more of It. liver, bladder and they who they may. who attempt to part of the urinary Tho proved too much for hhu tonight, und Then you should not huve naked for passage. Corrects inability to prisoners you pleaded for have not Your highness, It would seem, has thwart me. If I have hitherto hold water erred I was uot sorry to be ulone. I crossed an Immediate answer. Her highness and scalding pain iu passing it, or bad yet been put to death. Thus far' you little faith 'In tho priests," I said upon the slile of mercy let It serve as tho room uud looked out upou the mar- cannot muke and break laws at her effects following use of liquor, wine or have persuaded me. yet I know not gravely. warning to tnose who cry out dissatisket place. The sounds of merrymak- pleasure. Your importunity mnde her beer, and overcomes that unnlensant nr. how to act. As princess, as the right "Sir Verrall, I have a spirit within faction. I . i... i uewg ing run to riot rose up to me. The resist you." tcssiiy oi i t. compeueu fto go otten ful novereign of Drussenland. I can mo which cries out for something of severity."may yet err unon the side "Mado her doubt my loyalty," I said through the day, and to get up many dawn would bring the chanting priests, more thnn legeud why I know not, the flashing swords nnd tho stakes with bitterly. "Hnd a man bo accused me times during the night. The mild and only administer tho law; as a Woman except It be from the teaching of To be Continued immediate effect of 5wamp-Ro- ot is I can hate tho law, and this, which detheir ghastly burdens. What could I I would hnvo cut out his lying soon realized. It stands the highest be-- mands the sacrifice of. prlsouers, Is Jusnr, who Is culled unorthodox and do more to prevent the butchery? tongue." Constipation brings many nilmcuts lit most hateful, cruel and unjust. It would bo In a sorry plight among his "You gnvo the challenge, Sir .Ver- luuacuiiisrcniurKaoie Nothing absolutely nothing. I had my protectipn." health restoring propits train and Is the primary came of wanted no stranger kulght to tell mo brethren had ho uot rall, nnd since none dared to answer erties. If you need a played my trump card and lost. "Your highness speaks truly," said much sickness. Keep your bcwels regthis." it you had the advantage. But you medicine you should Js'Qt only hud I not helped the Jasar. ular madam, and you will escape masy "I have made my petition; I will but I hud put my own life hi did not uso It. You turned to sneer have the best. Soldbv "May I not claim the. same protec- of the ailments to which womn urge you no more,'' I upswered. druggists in fifty-ceJeopardy. I had no mercy to hopo ttu at tho princess. Think you nny vom-a- n n .1 ,1 iect. Constipation is a I nMu .1 uut-uuii"Hegrettlng thnt you have urged so tion?"am naked. powerless to protect but like many simple very simple this lira. can bear that?" sizes. from tho princess, and I could not exalmost "I things, It may You may have a sample bottle sent free much?" she asked. "My knowledgo of women is limitpect the priests to raise a linger lu you. I know not how long I may have lead to serious consequences. Nature bymail. Address Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Bing-ha"Nay. your hlghuess, but I have used any power otten needs a Httle assistance and when my protection now that I hud attempt- ed." at all. There are those who ton, N. Y. Mention this paper and "True, I hnvo found it bo. You remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, all my wenpou. I can now only bow lovo not a woman to rule, aud that Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the ed to wreck one of their dearest luws. first imllcatiou.muchdltt rooji a tii autY Should I go to tho priests uud, playing should learn o read women, Sir Ver-xtl- L and the addrese, Blngbamtou, to your decision." she brooks tho laws may be an occa-Blq- n ing may be avoided. Sold by all deal- "It had been better had you rggggred upoa their superstition, cqmmund them and then you would know how to N. Y., on every Dome. to rise agulust her. It would be s doc-enou- CIIAPTKIt X. HAD put everything upon tlio haznrd of a die, nntl, kneeling. . .. T .. .1 it II', ....... ItVmDl ' """cii "- - if'Siiil. i lull' :gWK wns nbsnliitc sllonce It sceni-tto mo for n long tlnio and I rouM feel tlmt the chamber was charged with mi atmosphere of expectancy. At encli a tiiomont one takes In many tilings at n glance. Count Vnscn was furious. I nil 'v n curious smile wrln SI 1 11 nerves hnd been ut high tension Tor herself, hours, mul nature .Sunlight Midi the room when 1 nwoke, and my llrst thought wns ono of thankfulness, that no tragedy wns to he enacted In the square that morning. My next thought was of O'ltyan. That ho had been unrated by Vnscn's orders ns nn Insult to me I had no doubt, but I could see no wny of avenging the Insult nt present. Benrlng the priest's warning lu mind. I went nut, little during tlio next three days, I nttended to my duties In the camp and visited tlio guardroom each morning, but did not linger to gossip wi n any or my com- - 13V FinknaiTVS It was on the third uny that I rados Vetretahle Comnotind . met Count Vns-nlie npprouchod mo In the most friendly manner. "Von ; jaltimorp , Md.- -"I send you hero- have my nympnthy regarding tlio oth-- 1 ...itI. tlin of mv im.,,m v.,ir i(i or night. Sir Verrall." ho said. "Most uiuiRiitor Alice, who of us know what It Is to bo tempora was ron'torod to rily under n cloud. You Imve heard health by Lydla E. g doubtless thnt her highness Is wnvcr-InPinkhiun's vegetable Compound. Sho with regard to the prisoners?" was palo, with dark 'I hear little since I nm banished circles under her from the court," 1 answered. eyes, weak and irri- "I thought Lady Aldrldn might have tabic. Twodiffercnt kept you Informed of whnt wns going doctors treated her MY DAUGHTER lydla WAS CURED t. , J"" unfor-glvlngl- y, to lay nslcle the golden circle Hint Btnnips mo sovereign nnd bo ns other women-alwa- ys a woman nnd never a princess." "That Is not well said, your highness," Paid .Tnsar. "You wcro born to rule, nnd your duty lies In ruling." "Ah, lot mo forget that I nm more thnn a woninu If It pleases me," she said petulantly, and then sho became cnlm ngnln. "'Yours wns n stranR coining nmong us." "It wns Indeed strnngo," I answered. "There Is n reason In legend," sho went on lu a dreamy manner. "Leg end is i ue sun nee meaning pernaps of the deeper truths which Ho bo Priest, speaking by net''' loMlli,. . ,(,Pii1P,i von the or. ' pected luilght. the savior of this country of ours, thev mnr hnvo nro- claimed a truth grentcr thnn they understood." "I have thought thnt, your highness," I answered. "Tomorrow, Sir Verrnll, I will command that the prisoners bo released, let whatever danger come. Tomorrow I will send for you, nnd see that you forget not to crave my pardon public- ly, even ns publicly you angered mo. Tonight has satisfied the" woman; to- morrow satisfy the princess." T fot, , I11V k "You say you nro nlmost powerless to protect me, but I am not powerless to protect you. In your danger claim me; I have n life to give. It Is yours when you claim It." "Loyal. I believe you." sho answered., "As your princess I trust you. Yet 1 do not forgot her who has a greater claim. Love shoots nt queer mnrks sometimes. You nro forgiven, nnd I shall recclvo back tho Lady Aldrldn Into favor." "Your highness" I began plsliig to my feet "You need not thank me. You will go ns you came, Sir Verrall." Jasar touched my arm nnd led mo to the door, and I wns shown to my gO"ofl 1 else-stea- lthy ' nft 0 i,-,o- I SI ..... I i 1 ht it com-iuntid- prls-oner- s, nt ...,!,. ai 11 .nr-.m..L- A; THRILLING SCENES QIIMTPR INTERESTING INCIDENTS AT OLD FORT SUMTER By Capuln GEOR.CB L. KILMER. by American Press Assoda-- . I For His Sake "My husband begged me lo lake Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie Va., "and for his sake I to try it. Before I had taken 1 bottle, I felt better. AT Ml Hero Who CflRT IUIII UUIIMI.II Saved Hie Powder Hauling Down Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Rv. time table j ,iw .1 nun M7 H5 3 '.'1 pm N3 Dilly t (4 HI Dully Uv ... ' ff) L Bishop, ofWaverly, taking nny STATIONS 142 Oslly Ar i 40 pm 3 40 Bill eed i3 17 21 Magazines ti 10 01 fi' on" II ..I.OUI5VII.I.B. STKAWIIKKilV llldllUKK iaatn I)lly 12 112 Dally 5"pm'7" 40pui f7 03 (7 02 "fl Cardui "Before the American Flag, fj 23 fd 23 IIOWAKll fll6im (fl wlllto llllR Oil April 11 to dcmnnd (! 31 IIAUTLKH f!l 30 44 fll bo suffered miserably every t!l 34 KOCK IfAVfN fj 37 render. The demnnd wns refused. fll 45 (fl 41 month and had to go to 15 4.1 I.UNO IIKANCIf ... fit 49 IS 33 fll 37 1 o'clock on the morning of tho lion, I9U. About & &2 0 49 hllANUK.Mli: UU 0 24 II --II bed until it wore off, but Dy Captiln GEORGE L. KILMER. S 10 (II 21 KiCllON. .. f0 50 b! T wns a moment of Interest to tho lam Uiptnin unesniu ngnm npncnrcu I am all right" oH 5 43 0( flO OLSTON now 003 fll 13 Copyright by American Press Associa 111 01 11 05 little band In Fort Sumter when nt Sumter nntl rcmnincu mere uniu tion, 1911. J 10 43 . 10 13 h 41 IltVlNUTON Major 15 51 10 55 January. nnst 3 o'clock, nwnltlnir orders In An nt reveille on tbe Oth of r& 42 fS 31 flO 4t no id WfcllTEIl his II EN the first gun wns fired dorson's reply. He bad (10 3 18 39 r5 31 LODIHUKU f 10 27 1801. the news reached them that pocket to tho commander of tho bat MV&TIC nt Kort Sumter on the morn f 10 31 . I(S It " sami-i.i- : MO 37 rr X (10 23 IB 50 .. 'a larce steamer firing the United teries on James island to open tiro In Take ing of April 12. 1801. many & II 10 11 .... .STEPHEtstfl'UHT. 0 10 41 States Auk was olT tho bar of tho har- cnto Anderson remained firm In his of the men In tho fort stood (5 10 ADIJISON ti we flO 48 f 10 09 i t en ttn nt i HUI.T flOS'l x r: bor, two or three miles distant. Ev- purpose to hold tho fort On leaving on tho parapets or about the parade 6 a m 11 Sit V as 4 57 8 15 11 00 57 ULOVEIll'OHT .. 4 ri ery one was nfrald the garrison was he plnced In Anderson's hand n written .IIOI'.x and watched the course of tho mortar fl) 40 KII.I.MAN .. -guns would open ti 02 " shell, which arose slowly In the nlr i 11 13 to be taken away. The men talked It notice that the hostllo 7 52 V 31 4 Qi 4M .... 1IAWESV1M.E ... 3. II 4i mado trips a "i until Its momentum wns exhausted, 45 f? 15 ft I9f, I'ETlElE over nt breakfast, but oven while they In one hour. These which were pulled fO 20 f7 .V) A DA lit .. was .. ..... f77 37 You know Cardui will In nn open rowboat, target. Oth tn v: then dropped toward the (I 12 tl! 40 Z 59 MWJSI'OKT ... were talking the vessel was rapidly to Fort Johnson and reached there nt (V bfl (7 23 help you, because it has er shells were fired, nnd these were (I Vj ti 05 fil'49" steaming up the channel. Then every 4 o'clock. (ToT a II 7 15 8 53 MACEU .. watejied In turn. Though they were 17 M helped others who were 03 fj 41 f7 01 I' ATE? tS 41 man climbed to tho ramparts, but From Fort Johnson Cnptnln Chesknuwn to be the signals of n light that .. DUTCH in the same fix as you. " 55 1.V (S'ai 12 3.1 Itn 3 35 1210pm 3 50 OWENSIIOUO 3 45 there was no excitement. Suddenly n nut started by boat to report to Benure was about to open, the end of which It is not only a mediS 40 CONWAY blue puff of smoke from n hidden bat- gnrift In Charleston. no man could foresee, the usual roll t" 27 lie was rowpd 'f8 23 49 f? MATTI.MJI.V .. cine for sick women, but fS 5H fti 37 fS Id GmtTITII .... call of tbo soldiers took plnrc on the t" 31 tery a little more than a mile from out Into the harbor between Forts 35 (3 in 0 34 f 3 25 STANLY ft 57 If IS z a tonic for weak women. open parade ground Just the same. 17 40 fl 03 tn io ... NEWMAN. showed plainly that tho Con- Johnson and Sumter and there lay to ti 2j Sumter Being made from mild, 4i! 10 10 (3 01 f6 21 HEED until tho signal Bbot was seen to burst federates in Charleston had their opinf7 53 f3 IC f7 J9 .. HEALS ff It gentle, vegetable ingreditnrget. f.1 11 9H 7S8 6 13 7 60 St'OTTSVIU.E... Redhot Cannon Balls. ion of the strange steamer, tho fa- - over thedelivering his report to BeaureS Itt fO 24 fl 03 7 52 it is perfectly harments, HASKKTT f3 07 After There Is no doubt whatever about S "5 i 42 05 30 5 55 pm 7 39 2 55 HENDERSON .. 3 00 less and has no bad gard the captain was again sent In his 10 15 55 7 10 am 3d 2 30 EVANSVILI.E... the Confederates Urlng redhot shot ' 40uin 3 34nm after-effec40 pm jfl 00 pm ST. LOflS open, boat down tho harbor, now nllvo into Kort Sumter for the purpose of adwith shells from Sumter nnd all Its Cardui can be relied setting any Inilanimablo material there versaries, Including Fort Moultrie. Tho upon to help you. The Confederates so stato on lire "f" Stops on Sfgunl. Whore no time shown trains 1xnot stoi". reached Morris Island In safety, boat themselves, and the officers In Fort Try it today. wore firpassing under the guns which Trains 143 and 146 carry free reclining chir enrs between Louisville and St. mado the state' Sumter would not have At all druggists. ' sleeper between ing vigorously. Captain Chcsnut's Inincut had It been other than true. Tho Louis, Pullman Local Louisville and St.Louisville nnd Evansville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louis. Vere to learn the condition structions lire In the barracks gradually swept of the southern batteries exposed to No I4I will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge Dasseneers from magazine, barrels around toward the Sumter's shots and also that of Sumfilled with powder were rolled out un east of Clovcrporf. ter. Ills boat ran out In the harbor der fire, nnd the n I ready hot door was No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers frcm toward Sumter, nnd he saw that tho SALE closed All the blankets of the soldiers west of Cloverport. buildings In tho fort were on fire. and everything else that could serve About that time the firing from Sumter the purpose had already been wet and flag was still waving. ceased, but the laid over the loaded shells, which were Captain Chesnut determined to niako Breckeuridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. placed near the guns. It was decided one more demand for tho evacuation J. T. Lucas et, al., Plaintiff. to throw the uncovered powder over Against nnd was preparing to go out In tho This was done, but the tide board Between irvlngton and Fordsvllle W. Lucas et, al., defendant. West Bound liast Bound sudlohn boat when tbe United States flag was low. so the powder barrels rested Equity, No. denly disappeared from tho historic In front of the em First Class Second Class Second Class Klrt Cluss By virtue of a Judgment and Order of on the rlnranplng walls. Word was brought from AnCircuit Court, brasure where they were cast out. Tho fu. 9 No. 112 No. 6 No. 10 No. 8 Sale of Brecnenrklge No 7 1. No. 118 derson that he would evacuate, and STATIONS at February Term thereot, Confederates promptly turned their tho captain hastened to tho ci.y with renderedthe above cause, for the sale of guns upon this pile of powder, causing Mixed Puss. Pass. KrelR't FrelB't loll, iu Sund'v Dally Dully the news. Only 1 the hereinafter described real estate and an explosion which blew the gun nt ex-- S 11 The next mission of Captain Ches- all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer the embrasure out of position. Thero door in was still a possibility that enough pow1 0 45pm 4 15am lOOOim 11 Ida 11 lOim Lv. IKVINGTON .Ar nut was ono of mercy. Tho quarters for sale at the Court-Hous- e 1010am 915am ( 9 35 ( 3 15 (11 li 10 50 ...IIASIN SIMtlNO... ( 51 S30 BRIGADIER OEXEKAIi JAUiS CHE8NOT, JB., in Fort Sumter had been set on fire llardlnsburg, to the higsest bidder, at dor had sifted through the cartridge (1155 s 9 12 s 2 52 10 30 s 9 3S 17 09 ... ..OARKIELI) 8 55 ' Ml X FIiAQS O. S. A., WHO CARMED BKVKKAIi ( 9 0J ( 2 37 by hot shot from Moultrie, nnd tho Public Auction, on Monday, the 8th, bags which had been carried about the (7 20 10 15 ( 9 2il M 9 2(5 IIAUNED fll OP TUUCB TO FOIIT 8UMIER. P. M , 3 53 s S 2 30 s 9 22 9 3J s7 23 sll 49 .. ...1 UNC1MON condition of Its mngazlno was not clay of May, lgll, at one o'clock s 3 411 s 2 15 51 .. HAKIUNSIIUItU. day) dav before to lead the fire Into the h7 31 Sll (being Circuit Court 9.0 s9U s 8 39 s 2 05 10 10 s 0 11 Realizing this dan s7 41 mous Star of the West. The curiosity known to those outside. It was sup- or thereabout of six months, the follow- powder chamber. 9 53 M2 0lpm JUNCTION upon a credit ( 8 30 ( 1 55 10 01 ( 9 03 (12 Ot 10 13 KIItK called his men about (7 50 was changed to a determi- posed that there must bo some wound ing described property, a cer- cer. Anderson of tbe men 9 54 t 8 22 f 1 47 (12 15 ( 8 5ii (7 57 . 10 25 JlcOUAIlY .. A fire engine and ed needing S 8 10 a s3 10 , 10 43 s 1 35 9 43 M2 27 ... GLEN DEAN .. s 3 45 nation to get ready for battle. The Its company were loaded on board a tain tract of land lying and being in the him on the parade and directed that s 8 05 S 23 9 3(1 10 53 ssl 19 sl2 3'l ... DEMI'STEIt .... s S 30 eneKen( h 00 s I 23 9 31 (12 40 t - 33 ... HOCKVAEE 11 00 roll call was beaten. Sumter batteries steamer, and with a surgeon and his County ot Breckenridge State of Creek shot be fired from the fort nt the tS 24 ( 7 54 ( 1 17 9 2J (12 45 my every five minutes, adding Incl fS 30 ( S 27 11 10 tucky, on the waters of Calemese A NT .. VAN. were manned nlmost before tho men staff of assistants the relief party hur( 7 50 ( 1 13 9 23 (12 50 11 20 A?ICINS .. (3 24 and Bounded as follows: Beginning at dentally that there was some danger (3 31 ( 7 45 ( 1 05 9 15 11 30 OAKS.. .. ( 13 fl2tll of tho bidden battery bad fired a sec- ried to the burning fort On nearlng a white oak in Isaac Pile's line; thence of the magazine exploding. Some of ft 42 00 S 7 35 9 10 S 4il s 1 00 EI.L.MITCH. ... s 8 15am 1133 West came the wharf the steamer was warned with his line S. 0 W b'-- poles to two 7 30am 12 50pm 9 05 ond shot. The Star of tbe 1150am - FOKDSVIELE men dug a trench In front of tho S33pm 3 30 Ar EARIVGTON Lv 5 45 line; thence W the abreast of Fort Moultrie. Tbe third away by an olllcer In the fort, who white oaks in Pile's post oak saplings door of the magazine and kept It filled 50 poles to two shot was lired at the steamer. At stated that It was In danger" of blow- abouta s.nk hole; thence W. 80 poles with water during the rest of the bat near of the West put about ing up nt any moment from the mines to a hickory; thenci N. 30 W. 52 poles tle. Of course this thrilling moment that tho Star WEST HAST Between Dempster and Falls of Rouh. the wall at that point BOUND HOUND and started to sea. again receiving plarcd beneath defense. to a stone and walnut bush; thence Is. of open powder barrels lying around as a means of 10 E C4 poles to 3 post oaks; thence S. still further lire from the bidden bat-'ter-y First First Captain Chesnut entered the fort Flr,t First Second Second the beginning con TIAIE TABLE Clas4 Class as it passed. That was tbo last through an embrasure and offered tho 80 E. 1U0 poles tomore or less. Same Class Clas. Class Class talning 80 acres Tills Time Table went of the Star of the West in the much services of his firemen nnd surgeons conveyed to Ben Lucas, by Duncan 25 27 32 26 24 31 Intoell'ect Sunday, June to the gar- to Major Anderson. Only ono man Neff and Susan Neff, his wife, by deed Passenger Passenger Passenger Passenger talked of 19, 1910. at 11:59 p in Allied Mixed 1005, recorded In had been wounded, and tho fire bad dated Match 18th, rison pent up In Sumter. Monday, I) iiy Dally Dally Mondav Dally thereof in the Wedn'sd'T It was while the excitement over burned Itself out. The lower maga- deed book 50 page. 269 of Breckinridge WVdu'.iU'y Except Except Except Except ana Frld'y STATIONS magazines from red-ho- t zine was under tho burning ruins, but County Clerks office and Krid'y Sunday tbe danger to the Sunduy Sunday Sunday ouiy County. uuiy shells tired by the Confederates was deemed safe. The upper ono had Also another tract or boundary of 23 p m 12 3'i u m 8 40 u m S 35 a mj 12 .15 p m 2 04 p tn HE Pa TElt. April 13 was at its height that Colo- been emptied by casting the powder land in Breckenridce county, Ky., on " 15 a m I 43 p in 12 5'! p m 12 15 p in 9 TO a m 43 p m FALL-- i Oi- - HOt'GII States senator barrels Into the sea nel Wlgfall. the waters of Calemese Lreek Deing tne from Texas, came Into the fort As a Elinor Blanfords interest of a atoresaid Fighting on Their Own Hook. cannoneer approached tbe embrasure Major Anderson gave orders that tract of land belonging' to Benedict deceased, said Land bounded as man to load his gun he discovered a only the casement guns of Sumter Lucas, looking in from the outside. There should be used In reply to tho enemy. follow- -: Beginning at the original N. at a black W. 4 was a short but lively altercation be- These were tbe guns fired through oak,Corner of the said surveypersimmon; hickory, dogwood and tween tbe stranger and the cannoneer, embrasures In tbe wnll answering to tnence wiiu mr. business ' iv fnnn or uukiuui nut uu u.-s- . If you do you Do to the former pleading that he bo taken In the ports of a battleship. The bar poles to two sassafras' between two red hV Ills OWn ho olinllM hl liul Jf you are interestlimy find just what you need in this department. bette guns on the parapet were tne oaks and post oaks, corner to 101 acres; shot and shell. He handed tbe can- ouly shell guns In the fort, bo tho thence with a line thereot fc. 4" poles to ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner's noneer his sword, to which was at- answering fire was of solid shot two gums and a small sugar tree on a name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once Once against shell. Seeing tho dlsadvan- - hill side; thence N. SO W. IO5 poles to handkerchief. tached a white two dogwoods In the original west line and let telling us Inside he asked to be taken before ot said survey; thence with said line N. To him he said, Major Anderson. g us introduce you to the man' who ha tu lit. 'iu poies 10 me ueginuing uuhiuiu-ln"For God's sake, major, let this thing by survey 23 acres, which was supstop I There has been enough bloodposed and believed to be her interest in shed already." Anderson replied seWo recommend the following properties as being productive tract of land Said land conveyed riously. There must have been times to Benedict Lucas by Ulnor Blanford by and fair in price. deed dated March 26, 1884, and record later when the ludicrous side of this in ed in deed book 3S at page episode caused him to smile. Said he your farm or husinessl to CZL Do You Breckenridse County Court Clerk s "There has been none on my side. and. for your property, send price and description at once Office. besides, your batteries are still firing The purchaser, with approved surety and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together. on me." or securities, must execute bond, bear Wlgfall answered. "I'll soon stop This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling day of sale ing legal interest from the that" Itoachlng for the haudkerchlef until paid, and having tne torce ami QKNEUAIi AnNKlt DOUBLED, WHO FIUED buyers and tellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales 1'ltO.M FOUT BUMTKIl THE VH'.ST HUOI A I effect of a Judgment. Lein retained to on his sword, he said to the cannonTHE COSKUDEIIAIES IN TUB CIVIb WA1C. secure payment of purchase money. eer, "Wave it out there!" The cannonD. Bidders will be prepared to comply eer handed the sword to its owner, had to have Its hero. lie was Private promptly with these terms. yoursaying In substance, "Wave It Hart, a soldier who had distinguished ing; 1ok dwelling. 2 rooms and side roomi Lee Walls, Commissioner. W uares, 3H miles north of llard-yvoself." The colonel proposed to wavo himself many times that day. Through COcn insbuttf, near the llraiidoiiburi; pood stable ; 3 tobacco barns ; 3 tenant houses. embrasure, but AnderIt out of the his activity the Haines were kept from road. Well watered, plentv ot tlmlier tor Plenty of Rood tlmlier for farm purpose! nouble Imk house, small son told blm that would be useless. It "Suffered day and night the torment spreading m dangerous quarters, aud Improvements, rich land, ilno for itjrley to- Kood land to clear. Price fci.OOO H cush. Oood Nothing helped me to him was given the credit of saving stable Terms easy. For further lnforma. would better be done on tho parapet of itching piles. bacco. SaLE A farm cuatalnlngrSO acres and tlor vrlteJno. I). lUbbaue, Cloverport, Ky. FOll uuder fouco. A ulco cottaico cf live It ended In Anderson seudlng the Hag until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured tho powder uiaguzlues. 15 rooms, two cisterns, a walled cellar wltb to the parapet to bo waved at tho reu store room over It, two kooJ stock barnst me permanently." Hon. John K. Gar Smiles from Guston. house; about quest of Colonel Wlgfall. This was IfMl CI OUU 3MOaerps, from Irvincton; well one tenant pears, quinces 5M apple and peach miles audaprtcots; most trees, also on GENERAL LOUIS T. WIOFALL, O. 8. A., WIIO rett, Mayor, Girard,. Ala. Tho Closing Scene. about tbe middle of the afternoon watered: lays well; Rood younj? orchard ; Rood all kinds ot small fruits, including a nice house few After all that followed In the wake timber ; 011 rural route; schoolKood four yards vinyard ot choicest crapes; 200 ucres cleared, ENTEUED FOItT BUMTKIl WITH A WHITE the 13th, and when tho flag appeared room balance so van! ucres In Iron house: Improvements; nANPKl'.ItCUUCP STUCK ON HIS BWOUU. of that first gun of Sumter, the "shot dwullliiK with kitchen 011 back porch; two urovesofIn woods. K5 sutllclent cruss,posts tc tho firing ou both sides gradually ceasfor black locust PARTY. BIG FAMILY world." it Is scarcely Kood birns; bru and tenent house uud cis- wire the whole farm In. It lies near Kkroo heard round the ed. This was In reality the end of the tage, ono of the gunners, named tho Held; moat and hen U. it. It. 11. posslblo to realize the feelings of the tern back inwill xelloiteasy payments ; house; 011 U. and & St.payments. price is $5,000 oc whole matter, but It was so Informal plenty wood shed; easy stole away to the ramparts and Peppermint Millionaire Invites All the Confederates men of smnll fruit. Further particulars address long and Andersou's of the nerves of the that the tension coolly fired every barhetto guti In poShoudys to a Reunion. FOU SALE A splendid stuud ror uruRKiii when dually tho tlag of Sumter was Jno. I). llabbaKe, Cloverport, Ky. officers uud men In Fort Sumter was sition on the Moultrie side. Carmody physician in 11 good town surrounded Any ono related to Fuudy H. Shoudy hauled down by tho order of the highby cood. nrosuerous farmers. This Is lust by no means relieved. The Uag had was unable to run the guus back sin- to step ICO acres tour mlleswcst of the place (or some young physician of Benton Harbor, Mich., tho pepper est United States authority on the CO nfin For not been struck. There had been no u cowl practlco und a good drug bustuosa. Oleuduaue, 3 branch t:le hauded for loading and could not mint millionaire, by "consanguinity or spot. Major Anderson. It had been rallroud lull fresh land; 100miles from cultiva- Into physlcluu wants to retlM Anoidestubllshec. ucres In orders to cease firing. ulouo tight tho whole confederacy by affinity" Is eligible to participate in arranged to saluto tho tlag before tion; 50 acres in crass; will produce the best Is the reason tor selling, For further oartle- com, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood; ulurs address JNOsl), HAilliAQE, Clover Doaurcgard's Dispatch Bearer. with suitable weapons. a monster reunlou of tho Shoudys. The hauling It down with 100 guns, tho plenty lasting water, well ut door of dwell port. Ky. Iu another part of the fort thero reunion, ho nuiiouuces, will begin Sept. usual ling salute, but the Ore in the Tbero were several missions sent out Flro and by Beauregnrd to Major Anderson be wns n ten Inch eolumblad In barbette, 20. IIo does not Intimate when It will barracks was still raging. fore and after the lowering or the nag, which also came under Anderson's end. spnrl:3 wero all around tho cannon, In all of them one man was conspic- prohibition. It was loaded nnd train Shoudy has not elucidated the phrase nnd U was uot easy to Uud a safe place uous. That wps Captain James Ches-nu- ed, nud two sergeauts. watching their "by cousnngulnlty As or by affinity," for tho deposit of tho cartridges. afterward u Confederate genernl chances, stole Into the gorge nnd fired which has so puzzled his friends, It was. tlames of Ore had entered the Cantaln Chesnut wns one of three It. Tho shot barely missed smashing Thero is much speculation as to wheth inuzzlo of one of tho guus. When the aids who went to the fort uuder a tho famous Confederate Iron battery- or Shoudy Intends tho reunion ns nn cartridge was rammed In It exploded iconoclastic demonstration against tho prematurely, killing ono soldier nnd In prevailing social laws or whether ho wounding flvo of his comrades. Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on tho stopped slipped n cog In his vocabulary when view of this danger, the saluto niauager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph guns. Then Old Glory came ho was Inditing his announcement of with fifty down, tho first time tho tlag had beeu Company and havo him explain tho special 'Fartho ovent. foe, the persons tnko as enlightenment struck before an American mers Lino" rate. Some tlino It had been humbled In the his supplementary remark that ho ex first by men reared under its folds. I pects several thousand Shoudys to at dust COMPANY It must bo said that tho spectacle CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH tend this affair, no declares It will be caused not only Its gallant defoudera, tho world's biggest family reunion, and (Incorporated.) but Its equally gallant enemies, to shed this despite tho fact that Shoudy Is honest tears. not a common name. FOItT SUMTElt, AT TUB PRESENT TIME. I . fi t W ti .'TITfy. .. KATIIItV.N . WikT POINT MKDOItA ft! 42 .. II (12 13 12 0 f 12 111 12 01 S 89 ST -- CARDUI w (US-U- K . . . . I The Woman's Tonic .... . fli-3- (1 WAIT-MAN....- . . . -- . . . 1 1 1 1 ' ts. t TV-- '8 Hartford Line n ex-Su- n n t. fc . t: . . 1 H 1 l 1 -- 1 Real Estate Department you want buy are looking tor. what you want and where you want it thevery property you want cash Want Sell sit yon Jno. Babbage. yj Car-mod- y, 11 Piuuo t RURAL TELEPHONES Rf" FREE DAY AT APRIL 29. lOU Get Your Tickets at The Bakery Now NEWS ITEMS FROM ROWN IF Homes. AKERY KNEW BUSYJRVKTM. Commencement The College Louisville, where she will visit Miss Lar.ra Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bandy and Mrs. G. T. Marshall entertained informally Sunday by giving Mrs. Nellie Marshall a surprise party in honor of her birthday. Covers were laid for twenty-two- . Exercises Of Mr. and Mrs. Jas Smith and two To Be Held May children, of Guston, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newsom WOINJNLY What A Heap Of Happiness It Would Bring To Cloverport The Thirtieth And Thirty-Firs- t. Nice Program Gardner. Miss Mary Cornwall was in Louisville Planned. SEVERAL SOCIAL PARTIES. last week. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. best-regulat- Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brooks left last Accidents will happen, but the week for Equality, 111., to be the families keep Dr. Thomas' guests of relatives. They will not re- pEclectric Oil for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals the hurts. turn before the middle of May. Iirady, who was the guest Miss Jessie of Mrs. Tony McCoy in Louisville for a month, has returnded home. LOUISVILLEJVIARKET Mrs. Tilford, Hogs And Cattle Both On The Arnold. Drag And Lower,. Mrs. Will Hale and Miss Laura Hale have returned from Louisville. Some one passing through the city Louisville. Ky., April 25. The hog not long ago gave it as his opinion that market was lower today on account of Irvington would be the coming great large receipts. Top hogs were 10 cents city, due to its many facilities from a lower and sold for JO. 15 with the market ble." stand point of health, climate, pure closing slow and weak. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Foster-Milbuwater, beautifuly scenery and being the Co., Buffalo, Cattle Receipts 1107 head not a cents. natural base of operation for the rail- heavy run, but there were more than New York, sole agents for the United road. We appreciate this compliment needed and the market ruled dull and States. greatly and feel sure that this prophesy lower.- - Heavy butcher cattle weighing Remember the name Doan's and will come true. over 750 pounds were slow sale. Pretty take no other. stock. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft. Mr. and good demand for light butcher Prices 10 to 15 cents lower than a week Mrs. A. T. Adkins spent Wednesday TOBINSPORT ago. and Thursday in Louisville. Not much demand for spring lambs D. C. Heron went to ,r Mr. and Mrs. best brought 6 While gone and prices lower, the Shelbyville last week. Miss Leona Suddarth has returned anc7J cents. Fall lambs dull at." cents. Mrs. Heron purchased three very fine from Rome, where she has been visitJersey cows. She has one of the best ing Mrs. Dan Schank. NOTICE stocked farms in the country and she is Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leaf and baby, proud of her cows. have returned from Louisville, where Miss Myrtle Lyddan will leave today Notice is hereby given that the firm they have purchased their household after visit- of Seaton & Weatherholt, composed of goods. for her home near Web-ter- , ing Mrs. Jno. Akers. J D. Seaton and Marion Weatherholt, Shirlry England, who has been visit has been dissolved ing home folks, has returned toEvans-villMrs. Mary Roberts has as her guest of Cloverport, for the week, her daughter, Mrs. V. D. by mutual con ent. Marion Weatherholt wlll continue Bennett, of Custer. Fred Irvln, of Cannelton, is helping MUs Bessie Bentley, of Henderson, the business uuder his own name and Chas. Hyde arrange a large stock of was the week end visitor of Mrs. A. D. takes over all the assetts and assumes merchandise in his new store. all the liabilities of the dissolved firm. Pulliatn. Misses Dell Winchell and Nina Wea Louisville, This the 21st day of April, 1011. J. D, Miss Katie Musselman, of 2 therholt were in Cloverport shopping. Seaton; Marion Weatherholt. came down Sunday to be the guest of Pauline.tho daughter of Fred Hawk- Mr. and Mrs Jno. Musselman. . Fifth Sunday Meeting ns. who is ill of tonsllltis is improv-ng- . Miss Ora Bell Crocket, of Hawesville, The next meeting of the tlfth Sunday arrived yesterday for a brief visit to Dr. Chas. Lightloot was over to see will be hbld at Ministers and Miss Jessie Brady. Mrs. Fritz his patients last week. Bewleyville church on April Mrs. R. B. MeGlothlan left Monday All ministers will please select their Pleas Bryant, of Cannelton, was In for Memphis, Tenn., where she i; visit own subjects and come prepared to re this vicinity Friday. ing Mr. and Mrs. Banks Drurv for a mah over Sunday. Everybody is inMrs. Jennie Clark and daughter, month. vited. J. F. Wir.chell, Pastor. Mary Emma, of Cannelton, are visit spent FriMr. and Mrs. John Akers ing Mrs. J. C. Ryan. day in Louisville. Henry Waggoner, of HItes Run.Ken- GUSTON. Mrs George Clinton returned to Che-nautuckv, was here Monday buying some Saturday after a visit to Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Neff were in corn. H. Jolly. Louisville the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Cosey.of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McAfee have reMrs. Hugh Hardaway was in Irving are visiting Mr.and Mrs. Conrad Slm- cently bought two pretty lots from Peyis. ton Cluycomb in Bandy Court. They ton shopping Monday. Rupert Tinsley.Naonil Simons,Cbas. expect to erect a handsome two story Several cases of measles reported in Gardner, and Maurice Hyde', who are on same. residence the town and vicinity. attending school at Cannelton, spent Mrs. Ginger Bandy has returned home Miss Eva Carrigan visited relatives at Sunday with home folks. from a visit to Mrs. Pomp McCoy in Irvington last week. W. S. Ashby, of Cloverport, was at Louisville Mrs. Blanche Jolly, of Bewleyville, G. V. WinchcU'H Friday after some Miss Ellen Munford was at home Mrs. E. L. Smith Fri- plants and tree?, Thursday evening to a number of was the guest of day. Mrs. Venna Sanders entertained the friends in honor of Miss Nellie Smith. Embroidery Club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Mollle Warmoih spent several Mrs. Jno. Skaggsanddaughter.Ruth, "Bread bakiug success is guaranteed of Louisville, will arrive Friday for a days with her brother Henry Brown. if you use the Lewlspott BEST Flour". week't. visit to Mrs. LaRue Cox. Mrs. Margaret Hardaway, of Stith's s The Rev. L. K. May has returned Valley,- - is visiting her sister's, Childs and Coleman. Catnpbellsville, where he was callfrom L0DIBURG ed to preach the funeral of his aunt. S. K. Carrigan attended Presbytery Mrs. Jas. Malln after spending the which was in session in Louisville last past week in the city as the guest of her week. Misses Ossle Payne and Ruth Norton, sisters, Mrs. S. P. Parks and Mrs. J. Bob Weidman and wife, of Sample, of Webster, were the guests of Miss M. Herndon, left Saturday morning for visited Sir. and Mrs.Jim Jolly recently, Nina Hardin Saturday. Brandenburg Jo continue her visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walton Bruner and Miss Nannie Carden, of Irvington, at her father, James Lewis. Mr. and Mrs, Neafus, of Ekron, were tended church at Walnut Grove last The date for the commencement es the guests of Mrs. Oscar Rice Sunday. Sunday, and was the guest of Miss ercises of the Irvington college of this Mrs. Boss Lyons, who was struck by Cleona Parks, city, have been fixed for May the thlr the train Several weeks ago, is improv Mrs Charlie Avitt is the guest of There will be ing. tieth and thirty-firs- t. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Q. Dow addresses from out of town speakers. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Sam ell, of near Hardinsburg. There are a few graduates. Bunger upon the arrival of a fine girl, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Norton and Miss Mrs. Virginia Calloway, who has been born April 31. Eftle Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Macy In Owensboro and Fordsvllle, returned Bread baking succes is guaranteed if and daughter, Hellen.of Stephensport, home Monday. you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hardin and daughter Miss Clare Jolly will leave soon for rn visiting her daughter, of Horse Branch, is Mrs. Willard Hard to do housework with an aching back. Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come from sick kidneys. Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys Many residents of this vicinity endorse them. ' Mrs. Charles Stephens, 520 Clay St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills and believe they are a good remedy. I did not take them exactly as directed tut they strengthened my back and relieved me of the acute pain. When I felt better. I would stop taking them instead of continuing their use until a complete I have improved cure was effected. many ways since using Doan's Kidin ney Pills and can recommend them highly to all sufferers from kidney trou- Soldiers Drilling at Jefferson Barracks in St. I.ouis "They Walk on Stars, So Can You." Uncle Sam Again Increases His Order For "Star Brand" Shoes Early in December, the United States Government placed an order for "Star Brand" shoes amounting to $452,000. In January, this order was increased to On March 14th this order was again increased and now amounts to " $589,-873.7- 5. K, e. lt This is most convincing evidence that the United States Government believes "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER." Uncle Sam is the most critical buyer of shoes in America. He considers this the best purchase of shoes ever made and is by far the largest order for shoes ever placed with any one manufacturer. No substitute for leather can enter into the construction of shoes bought by Uncle Sam for his soldiers. No substitutes for leather are ever used in any "Star Brand" shoes "Star Brand Shoes Are Leather" the same uniform, high quality is in every pair. Clf you are not now wearing "Star Brand" shoes, declare war on shoes containing substitutes for leather and come in and inspect my large and complete line of "Star Brand" shoes made in St. Louis, by Roberts, Johnson & Rond Shoe Co. -- $656 748 75 "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" Ed. Alexander, Irvington, Ky. IRVINGTON THE SCORE Innings H burg I too 1 11 Mes-dame- Annie Lee, of Lodlburg, spent Easter Mrs. Lee Shaw last Sundav. Sunday with Mr.and Mrs,Clint Armes, Mr. Will Basham and Mrs. Henry of Wesley Chappell. Gibson were vlsising Mr. and Mrs C. was W. Bandy, of Frymlre last week. Mrs. Will Dutschke, visiting Mrs. Flake Ater last Sunday. Mr. and Mra.,Steve McCoy, of Clift Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bandy, of Fry- - on Mills, attended church at Walnut mire, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. June Grove last Sunday. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a Bandy last Sunday. success If you use Lewisport BEST Will Robertson, of Union Star, was flour." in Lodlburglast week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys were visitNOTICE ing Mrs. Keys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bashain, of Union Star, last There will be a meeting of the Board Sunday, of Directors of the.Breckenridge County Rosco Hendry was the guest of Miss Fair at The Farmers Bank in Hardlns-i.urg- , Ida Dutschke, of Holt last Sunday. Saturday, April !ft at one o'clock Mr. Dodson, of Tell City, was the guest of his brothers family last week. p. m. This is au Important meeting aim every uirecior snouiu ue present: Mr. and Mrs. Forest Beauchainp, of Arthur Beard, President; John Secretary. Stephensport, were visiting Mr. and Skill-man, WINS 1 Continued from page 0 I 2 3I4 0 1I0 3Ia 0 1 I I I C 0 7 1 I 8 U I I 2 4 9 0 0j T a 15 I 1 1 1 16 Double Plays, Irvington 2, Two Base Hits, Lvon, Barr,Dillon,V. Brown Three Base Hits, Lyon. Home Run, Lee Hook. Hit by Pitcher Macy and Parks. Base on Balls, off Hoben, one Struck Out, by herndon, 4, by Barr Si by Hoben, 3, by Hook, 0. xime, uc hour, fifty five minutes, Umpire Ben i nett. We Do Neat Job Work