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The Breckenridge news: May 3, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911050301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 3, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO VOL. XXXV ' PRINT 8 Pages No. 43 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1911. PLANT A TREE FRIDAY THEN WATCH IT GROW i. t f' ,. REPORT F DEBATING SOCIETY Mr. O'Connell Making Improvements On Home. John O'Connell Is MRS. Of MUR A s GRAND-S0- N ARMES Fifty Pound A OF CAPT. WILLIAMS VISITING HERE Edgar Lee Watllngton, Cashier on the Louisville & Evansville Transportation CoV wharfboat at Evansville, Ind., grand-soof Capt.R T. Williams, is visiting his Watllngton, of near Stephensport, on his return trip from Cincinnati and Louisville. He will also visit his aunt, Mrs.Mamie Legler.of Galvcston.Texas, during l.Is vacation. n Makis Home Baking Easy having n gas heat- er placed in his home for the purpose of heating water for the bath room. He Mr. By The Rev. Members Of Golden Rod Club has a wind mill in his yard that supplies the water. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connell's James Lewis. Debate On Good Roads And residence is one of the most improved Suffrage Make Splendid places In town and they do not leave a Adele Berry Benton, the daughter of stone unturned to make it convenient Mr. and Airs. Carl Benton, died at St. Points and comfortable. Joseph's Infirmary last Tuesday afternoon following an operation for intestiSUFFRAGE ON Schoop's Store Improved DEBATE nal trouble. The remains were brought home that The Golden Rod Debating Society, . W. J. Schoop Is repainting, repairing night and the funeral was held Wed of Hites Run, held a debate recently; and improving his mercantile store at nesday afternoon from the home. The Resolved that good roads are better Stephensport Inside and out. He is services were lovingly conducted by the than bad roads. Good roads won. one of the leading merchants of Breck- Rev. Mr. J. T. Lewis.of Fordsville, and Points were made on ancient history inridge county and tJnjoys a fine trade. the music was under the direction of n her teacher, Miss Elizaand today's history. The barf roads' A Lot Of Fine Hogs. beth May, who was devoted to this little boys claimed that there was no foundpupil. The interment took place In the ation to build a road on and there was no use wasting money trying to build fine Cloverport cemetery. Those who were Gid Burdette brought a drove of them. The debate was fine and aroused Poland China hogs, weighing 9000 herefrom a distance were: Miss Grace a good roads interest among the young pounds, to town Monday and shipped W. Haight, Misses Jesssie and ,Annie men of Hites Run. They will bring Kidd, Mrs. R. H. Brown, Mrs. Ernest them to Louisville. Klier, of Louisville; Mrs. Mary K. "Resolved that there should be an him more than $500. Benton, Mr. T. H. Benton, of Center-toweducational qualification for suffKy.; Mrs. C. J. Fella and Miss rage" was the sudject of the last deMrs. Noel III. Chas Julia Fella, of Addison. Affirmative sides: bate. A memorial of this young life is puband Albert Orum. Negative Mrs. Robt. A. Patterson, of Alton, lished in another column of the News. side: Scott Smart. Albert Wheatley, e of The little gill leaves, besides her parKansas, was called to the Forrest Beavin and Simons Smart. Mr. Adklsson started the debate by her mother, Mrs. B. W. Noel, who is ents the following brothers and sisters: explaining Africa's Ignorance towards near death's door, at her home on the Arthur, Carl, Mary, Grace Haight and voting. He explained that an ignor- East Side. Mrs. Noel is one of the Bertha Benton. ant voter would pass a bill over an edu loveliest ot the older women of the cated voter that would break down our town and hec sweet, sincere life has country. Scott Smart proved that been a joy to her neighbors and friends. IN LOVING MEMORY OF educated men had ruined the world. good points on the reciprocity Attends Nephews' Funeral. He made ADELE BERRY BENTON bill. Auburn Wheatley claimed that equal, saying elections are free and Mrs. Lizzie Geer attended the funeral that you might as well educate people of her nephew, Jesse Seers Kay, who to drink water as to vote. Mr. Orum died at Newburg, Ind., last week, He, Little Adele, the third child and"sec-on- d holds up to Mr. Adklsson's bill. Edu- was the son of Capt. J. W. Kay and daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Carl Bencation Is necessary to hold down bribe-r- Mrs. Kay. He was twenty years of age. ton, of Cloverport, was born Jan. 14, and misbehavior. Mr. Beavin exI9O3. Mysteriously to us the Diyine plained that bribery exposed on the Father took her home to heaven April educated man proves to be ten times as 25, I9II, after a short illness of fiye UNCLE SAM'S bad as proving It on the' ignorant man. days She attended school the preSimons Smart used United States and ceding Thursday, but was taken ill Kentucky constitutions as his weapons Will Be Busy This that night. On Monday morning her and made some plain points. parents brought her to Louisville. Dr. Month-- All Be Berry, for whom she was named, opMails To A strong fight raged until 11:30 o'clock. Affirmative won. Judges were: Classified Every Post Card erated on her for appendicitis, but her John McClellan. Geo. Denham, and bright little life was already shadowed Mr. Craven, of New Bethel. Counted. by the hand of death aud it llickered The first Saturday night in May. a out at 3:13 Tuesday afternoon. She is debate on Woman's Suffrage will be Every Breckenridge News, every post survived by her parents, three sisters . held at Smart Danham' card, every circular, besides every letter and two brothers. The debates are Instructive and' arc Adele had great personal beauty and and all the papers will be counted that well prepared by the young men o go and come through Uncle Sam's was richly endowed intellectually. For that club. one so young she was possessed of un hands during the month of May. By a regular order of the post office usual loveliness of character. Her Painting His Home department this is required. Jokingly, nature was a sweet one; n "Sweet as the Oelze said the other day day And pure as the drifted snow." is painting his home on that Cloverporters would not get the Llbon Smith Her mother called her "The Little River street. Mr. Smith has received eleven o'clock morning mail until three Though but a child of sea- in the afternoon. several contracts tor painting this This classification will, no doubt, take eight years of age, she had opened her is making good at the work. son and a deal of time, but it lasts only thirty little heart to God and was a loyal little Christian. It was easy for her to pass days. BUYS BUILDING LOT Fifteen hundred pieces of mall were from the dear ones on earth to the glorified saints in heaven. Her going IN DALLAS, TEXAS handled Monday morning. was as the fading away of the sunshine on a sweet summer day The short Convention Season At Hand Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marlow have life of this noble little child was not in bought a lot In the annex of Dallas, of the County Sunday- - vane, for the memory ot it will bo an The desire Texas, one of the prettiest, parts of School Association is to make this year inspiration that will cheer and bless South and that city. They like the the best yet in the history of the associa all who knew her. find life most enjoyable there. "She is not dead, the child of our aftion. fection, In order to do this, we must earnestly But gone Into that school ask aud it is essential to have the coWhere she no longer needs our poor ATTORNEYLAYMAN operation of every Sunday School workprotection, er iu the county. We need only to loo.r And Christ Himself doth rule. " about us to see die need of this great The work when we think and see the numVisits Cloverport-Havi- ng "In that great cloister's stillness and seclusion, Life-S- aid ber of boys mid girls out of the Sunday. Busiest Time Of His By guardian angels led, School aud away froui Christ. It is McCreary Would Be certainly enough to make ua, who live Safe from temptation and sin's poNewman iu thisingreat Christian laud bow our llution, The Winner--Fo- r heads shame. She lives, whom we call dead." We sincerely hope aud urge that each Hamlett And The funeral services were held at the Sunday School make an effort to bring home,Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock these young lives in touch with our by the Rev.James Lewis,of Fordsville, J. R. Layman, Commonwealth') At: great work. Rev. Mr. Lewis, of Cloverport assisttorney, was in Cloverport Monday. He Convention season is now at baud and ing. Rev. James Lewis preached a rfaid work had been stacked as high as may the district officers so organize their his head ever since the first of the respective districts that the county will tender and affecting sermon from the year and he had been rtished with be oue great and perfect whole iu this text, 2 Samuel, 12 chapter, 23 verse, from David's encouraglug words that tasks. work. T. B. Henderson, Pres.; Ora B. have strengthened many a mourner. thinks McMr. Layman says he Ilendrick, Secy. "I shall go to him, but he shall not Is the only man who can win In Creary return to me." the gubernatorial election, therefore Women to Help Boautlfy Roadi. Many sympathetic friends and relatW. Newman should be nominated. "J. The low i Federation of Woman' i ives thronged the house and the floral find is the most popular man iu the I Clubs litis U'Pldcd tn Join In the go id tributes were numerous and beautiful. race for Commissioner of Agriculture, romls movement in.tlmt state. The grave at the cemetery was lined and Barksdale Hamlett Is the leader In While the men nre iisltiitliiK the ml Hardin county, because his wife was a rlsnblllty cf miiklm: dint: roads or es with white cloth, and after the white native of that county, aud has niany tubllshlin: cross state hlclnvnys the collIn had been lowered, Adele's little who are anxious to see that he Is made women wili make u plea for the nlwl school mates passed by and dropped situ Superintendent of Public Instruction." Isbiueut of landscape disfiguring aloj;; lilliesof the valley into the grave. And now she Is hidden from us for a boards and tliut trees be planted "A pleasant, genial disposition is the the cross ntate routes that tho roads most essential asset for the politician," might bo made shady and moro boau time. "But God understands; His ways are taid Mr. Layman. He wore a dark Uful. right, blue tie with his business suit. -- Conducted kinder-garte. n, Ad-klss- Precious Little Girl Held Last Dies After Having Tumor Removed--WaWednesday Afternoon Good Woman and Loved By Many It was with sad regret we learned of the death of Mrs.Mattle Armes, which occured on Thursday of last week. She was the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. G. G. Dowell and was horned Nov. 29, 18S0, died April 27, 1011. On May 10, I9O0 she was married to Micajar Armes, of Hardinsburg. For sometime she had suffered great ly with a tumor and Friday, April 21 she was operated on and was thought to be doing nicely for a time and alas God saw fit to take her from our midst and while it was hard to give her up we believe God doeth all things for the best. She is s.irvived by a. husband, father, mother and four sisters, Mrs. Lina Basham, Mrs. C. L. Avitt, Mrs. Lewis Norton and Miss Emma; three brothers. Arthur, Virgil and Hubert, also a host of other relatives and friends to mourn her death. Mattie was of a sweet and loving disposition and was ever ready and willing to lend a helDlng hand to those in distress. She will not only be missed in her home but in her neighborhood also. ! A Freak Egg A white Flymotu Rock hen laid a freak egg at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Courtney Babhage.of this city.Monday. It was as large as a turkey egg and had two shells between which was the albumen. Enclosed in the smaller shell was the yoke and white. Both shells were like rubber. POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powdf made from Royal Grapm Cream of Tartar NO ALUM.NO LIME PHOSPHATE BURAS thunders, As we enjoy reading, while the press by Louise; thought we would on write you some news from our place. Justian Philips, of Louisville was the guest of the Misses Myers last week. Miss Leua Myer has gone to Louis ville to be the guest ol her sister, Mrs. Julia Philip. Miss Ree Butler is at Mrs. Jessie Pile teaching Miss Annie music. Dow Mercer passed through here Friday en route to his home at McDan-lel- s. 1. SHACKLETTE bed-sid- Makes Money In San Antonio, Texas-Re- al Estate And It will be sad indeed for the sister and brother who are away to hear of their dear sisters' death. The family, especially the husband and aged parents, have the sympathy of the writer in their sad bereavement. A Theaterical Business Brings Him A Fortune To Lose And Re-gai- n. Friend. y Bid your good child a loug night." She awaits our comlug In the Para-dlc- e Friday. of God, and by h's grace we shall Bread baking is guaranteed a success if meet again Grace W. Haight, Louis- you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. ville, Ky. On Tuesday afternoon, April 25, I9II, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benton and took from them their dear little daughter, Adele. She was 8 years, II months and 11 days old. Though young, she was loved and adortd by all who knew her. She was a great little friend and peace maker among her playmates and was a great joy and comfort to her rarents. How sad and desolate everything is without her, but heaven is made richer and more real by htr going there. Weep not dear father and mother, some day you will know why clouds have cast their shadows over thee. Though dark thy way, pray on and God in his own good time will lift the clouds and thy pathway will be made brighter by the thought that your darling has gone on before. Charlie Butler is boasting over the arrival of a new girl. The lady arrived good April I7. Guthrie Tucker, of Mook was here COL DUTSCHKE Came To Breckenridge County Fifty-tw- Post-Master- s o Years Ago Friday, Fifth-Trav- eled -- May The Two Years Then Came Back. "Fifty-two school-hous- e years ago I came from Post-mast- er new-bor- Prussia to Breckenridge county and settled at Union Star", said Col. Julius Dutschke, of Holt, who called at the Two years he News office Monday. states traveled and visited twenty-sevand found Kentucky was the best place en Peace-Maker- ." for a home. Col. Dutschke owns 1C00 years acres of land. He is seventy-fiv- e of age and works iu the corn field every day. There was an angel band in heaven That was not quite complete, So God took your dear little Adele To fill the vacant seat; FORDSVILLE BANK RESUME OPERATION McClellen Shacklette was here Monday. He and his mother are visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sue Wedding, at Cannelton. This is his first visit here for twelve years, and he was presented with the sword that his father, Major Aron Shacklette used in the Civil War and afterwards gave to the Masonic lodge of this city. The sword was used for years by Mr. Joe Porter as Tyler and went through the fire. Mr. Shacklette has made and lost thousands of dollars since he left Cloverport, He lobt $700,000 in real estate in San Antonio, came out of the wreck with $10,000. Then he took that and started a circus is Mexico and made $3",000. ' One morning I woke up and decided to quit gambling in real estate" said Mr. Shacklette. Ever since he has made good in real estate investments and in the theaterical business at Mr. fchacklette San Antonio, Texas. sayb he has always ljad a "hankering" for s.how life. His wife is dead and he has two grown &ons. One is a showman, the other in his real estitte offiqe. e He was dressed in a light gray suit, and said he could hardly ac climate himself to this black-berr- y winter. "We have strawberries and all kinds of vegetables every month ex cept July and August in San Antonio." He said that the recent troubles In Mexico had brought forth much busl nesss in San Antonio. His friends enjoyed his visit very much. well-mad- Call not back the dear departed, With the Fordsville Banking ComAnchored safe where storms are o'er, pany and Ceutertown Deposit Bank Attention Called. On the border land we left her again in operation, financial conditions Soon to meet and part no more. in Ohio Couuty ought to be greatly imBe certain to read Bacon's Important Hartford Republican. proved When we leave this world of changes, ad and the interesting and instructive When we leave this world of care, ad of John C. Lewis in this issue. You shall find your darling Adele In our Father's mansions fair. ; SPRING BRINGS SORE FEET : A Friend. : HERE IS A POSITIVE CURE : T Card Of Thanks thauk all our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us in our bereavemeut, especially do we appreciate Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Boyd's accompaning us to Louisville aud staying with us to the end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benton. We wish to AT Next Monday The Rev. Mr. Jop-li- n Address School Workers Will Sunday The Rev. Mr. George A. Joplin, secretary of the State Sunday School Association will address the people of the county next Monday at the court house in Hardinsburg at 1 p. m, The County Sunday School convention will be held at Hardinsburg at the Baptist church June 2 and 3. With tho advent of warm weather comes foot troubles to thousands of people. The inueased temperaturo and heaviness of the atmosphere causes swelling nnd excess perspiration. This brings on a scries of foot troubles. The treatment given below will be welcomed with joy by an army of sufferers. It acts llko magic. "Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of Calocide compound In a basin of hot water; soak tho feet In this for full fifteen min utes, gently massaging tho sore parts. LC6S time will not glvo tho desired results.) Repeat this each night until the euro la pormanent." All soreness disappears Immediately. Corns and callouses can bo peeled right off. Bunions are reduced to normal and tho inflammation drawn out. Sweaty and smelly feet, tender and swollen feet need but a few treatments. This Calocide Is a remarkable, drug. Formerly used only by doctors but any druggist now has It In stock or will quickly get It from his wholesale house. A twenty-fiv- e cent package Is clalmvd to cure the worst feet. Closed Sunday Evening-Mu- ch Good Work Done And A Joy- ous Meeting HeldChristians Revived. The revival that has been In session church, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Robert T. Brown, of Glasgow, and the Rev. Frank Lewis, closed Sunday evening. The services were splendid and were extremely beneficial to the church and members of all denominations. The young people of the town became very much Interested in the meeting especially the young men; quite a number of them attending regularly, While there were only a few conversions and additions" to this church, the revival touched Cloverport and awakened her from a religious slumber. A free will offering of $92 was given and $20 was given the Rev wn to pay for the new song books for the Sunday school. Mr-JJro- M at the Cloverport Methodist DR. H. J. BOONE ONLY ONE "BEST" WHERE DRAINAGE IS GOOD YOU FIND GOOD ROADS. Permanent Dr, Owen's Olllcc, Main Hours: 8 to 12 a, in. 1 to 5 p. in. Clovcrporl, Ky. XTl-III--1- Dentist Street THE OLD RELIABLE Clovcrport People Give Credit Not Simply Surface Should Be Drained, but Entire Foundation. Where Credit Is Due. People of Cloverport who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid ney remedy that can be depended upon. The best Is Doan's Kidney Pills, a medicine for the kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and the only one that is backed by willing testimony of Cloverport people. Here's a case. George P. Megerle, River St., Cloverport, Ky.,says: "For three months I was unable to do any work on account of my kidneys being disordered. The passages of the kidney secretions were painful and my feet became so badly swollen that I was unable to get on my shoes. There was a dull ache In the small of my back, which e.xtendd Into my head and although I tried a number of remedies, I was unable to find relief. Finally Doan's Kidney Pills came to my attention and I procured a supply. I used them according to directions and in six weeks I was entirely free from kidney trouble. I attribute ray robust health solely to the curative powers of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United DrnlnnRO may be said to bo the most needed condition for permanent good roads, not simply drainage of tho road surface, which Is very Important, but a proper and complete drainage of the entire roadbed and foundation, this In such a innnncr that Micro would not bo any standing water In tho roadstdo ditches to ecep back under and soften the roadbed. Wo arc all familiar with the manner In which a railroad keeps Its roadbed drained by means of lateral ditches on each side of the roadbed, dug wltlJ a grade sulllclcnt to carry tho water lat erally lo tome Intersecting ravine, crook or other inturnl drainage way. As applied to highway construction the lateral drainngo would bo largely ' by means of open ditches at tho roadsides, with, In porno cases, a covered drain of some sultnblo material In places whore tho necessary grades were lower down from tho top surface than would be best or advisable for open ditches. This would mean the working out carefully of tho contours not only for tho highway, but of practically the whole drainage basin affected In order that size, depth of ditches and location of outlets could nil be balanced so that the maximum of results could be obtained with the minimum of labor and cost. Tho proper dralnnge system would bo governed largely by tho area of the basin, contour of surface, character of soil and location of outlets, and this Is a twofold advantago to the farmersat least to many of them. There are hundreds of farms nil or a part of which would bo greatly benefited by tllo drainage, but in many canes the work cannot be done because they have no available outlet.' Drainage work as outlined above would give a general knowledge of tho entire drainage basin nnd would In a majority of cases provide tho farmer with an colt-le- t In one of the highway ditches for his tllo drainage. In most cases the benefits to bo derived from the opjvir-tunltto Iiiive an outlet forn tile dra n age system would bo as great if cot greater than those resulting from proved highways. BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 1 Lll u nnnn ncaiiiciiiuM, nnTiinmniT mdiiuii iu OUR RECORD: 39 Notary Public CIoverport,OKentucky years of honorable dealing. Passed through threo panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. 3 An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 Fire and Plate Glass Insurance STATUE 5,000 FEET HIGH. FidelitylBonds Twenty years' expenence in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con tracts and other legal Bavarian Sculptor Proposes to Carvo Mountain Into Human Shape. An extraordinary but evidently a seriously' meant proposal for celebrating the reign and the ninetieth birthday of tho prince regent of Ilavarla Is made by a Munich sculptor. Among the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, not far from Obcrnmmcrgnu. nearrlsca an nbrtipt and Isolated-rocly f,000 feet high. The upper part of this rock, which consists of nlmost r The Fa rm is Ql Good TT 1 TkJt PlaLce I 1 perpendicular elllTs, the sculptor pro- documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-clas- States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. s UNDER i OUR OWN ROOF ft tn S? 2 772 F5?2 ft they did not Last week some one asked "Why put "that" in the paper?" This question is asked nearly every week by subscribers and non subscrib ers because an item has failed to appear in the News. Before asking this ques tion, 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 poses to model Into n colossal statue of the prince regent. The prince would bo represented as n hunter, and tho originator of the scheme is certain that all the technical difficulties may bo surmounted. The Munich Court Gazette speaks of the Idea as original and brllllnnt, hut a storm of protest against the proposed defacement of one of the features of the Bavarian highlands has nlready been raised. Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Chamberlain's Liniment wonderful effecthe. One application will convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by all dealers. and outgo, down to the last penny, and render an accounting as often as you please. Whether your account is largo or small it will bo APPRECIATED. Come in and talk it over. but a mighty poor place to KEEP IT SAFELY. Tho farmer's money is ulways safe here, yet practically as reudy for use as cash in pocket. Paying by check insures a recoipt for every payment. And besides, WE keep books on your income FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN CEL SON Granite and Marble K i : (! 1 I ft ft Convenient For the Invalid. During a recent illness the patient was waited upon by a sister whose cares were many. Including those of looking after the Invalid.. A device J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of for saving tho steps of tho nurse at Greensburg, Kentucky, says: "We use length wns hit upon that of keeping Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our various small articles In little bags hanging from the bed of the patient. own household and know it is ex cliIn a pretty silk bag were kept clean ent. " For sale by all dealers. handkerchiefs nnd eyeglasses used by the Invalid for a few minutes at a time when she sat up In bed to glance over n paper or magazine. In another bag were the letters and picture postGOOD ROAD MAKES FREE als sent by kind friends to cheer her MEN. In her loneliness. Comb and brush lno icws ,)ol) Kooms are were kept In n rubber lined bag deA firmer living on a good prepared to ret out signed for wash cloth. When the road i a free man. He is not dependent on weather condiwas over tho bags wore restor'-r- l Heavy, impu-- blo-- unkes a muddy, tions. He is able to sell his their original uses pimply complexion, headache, nausea, stock find grain and fruit at the Stock Bills, Sale Bills, best market prices. The railiml gtstidii. Thin bio ! makes yon For a mild, easy action of the bowel", road) havs to serve the man a sliiKls nose of Doan's Reculets is ueiik. pule, s'cklv. Hurdock Hluo BitFolders, Etc, who ccn get his stuff to a shipenoimli. Treatment cures habitual con ter makes the blood lich, red. pure ping point any day in the year. sup it ion. y. cents h hox. A-your perfect heillli. re.toiei uruggtst lor tnem. 8 on sli rt notice. Wc have a Stock Work OurSpecialty else, because no one else knows. Do not depend on anyone telling us about your good fortune, your pleasant visit, your business promotions, etc., e always want to tell us yourself. hear the best. Remember that only bad news travels fast. If we wrote all the bad things we heard every week, the News 3 would be a sorry old paper. Write us everything good about yourself, telephone us or "stop in" the office and let us know about your friends Help us to make the News a "live-wire- ", a paper that entertains, that is worth reading after it eoes on the 3 pantry shelf. Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. i ill-le- I e d At a meetinjr of the directors of the First State Bank, of; Iryintr-toKy., held March 18, lgll, 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 according1 to the rules and regulations prescribed by the Secretary of State. W. J. Piggott, Jno. R. Wimp, Minor P. Payne, J. C. Payne, n, Notice C. to. McGlothlan. f 1 guxl linn of stock cut-;- . Mail :...- -- ."II, Complying with the above request, the Secretary of State on March sent Mr. J. A. Frazier, State Bank Examiner, to examine this bank, which he 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. oners jriven bestot attention News ft condition. J. C. I I ! J. Piggot, President, Payne, Cashier TheBreckenridge Cloverport, Ky, PERPETRATED BY FASHION NOTES. TheTrimmmc Bug lias got WALT 8i Ac DOUG ALL OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! Notice That resolutions of are published at n cent per lino. Ploa-- o do send obituaries to the Xews without cxpoctinir to pay for tlio publication of this kind of matter. re-pe- ct n-- the m i isl but GRAPE Y?l,i cIodc Y ARBOR 5UN- - iter u I'll I We pay 5 percent Interest. Prest- 'detit has certificate of San (ty from to the FWasol, State Inspector All oflicers eon- all right I confined to building. No Tills is not the plontly money loaited to LI (rectors Pipedream of a nut- - VONT PEOUTO' TAIL IN TWO MONTHS! MY SON VAN MY SON Ttt Wfeltffel RETURNS MOMEI FROM YALE TODAY MS Jkwm V WlrrV LJIA VJWI C. W. B0IILER rt'uyy MARION xt rWPW 9 RF&W tfeA a WGATIIERIIOLT J. W. PATE -- 4 49m NATIONAL BANKOF NEW YORK. Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving ABOUT NOW. rtoht L from. F fashion plates of rami. flcUy.tue real piling In Pcirisacen eiy UuheKue d3 Modes. We saw it flrsMhotS all. KEEP YOUR EYE ON Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many lK'ople are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic For all toilet and hygienic us.es It is better anil more economical. To clenubu and whiten tho teeth, ivmovo tartar and prevent deeay. To dUlnfeet tho mouth, destroy disoasu genus, and purify tho breath. 'To lteut) artificial teeth rim: SS bridge work clean, odorless To remove nicotine from tho teeth and purify tho lireath after (.molting. To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. Tho best antiseptic wash known. ItoHovos and strengthens tired, weak, intlameiloyos. lleal sorethroat, wounds and cuts. and SO cts. a box, tlrugglhts or by mall pontpuld. Suinplo Free. i US FOR FASHIONS EXPECT HIM YOU Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Tho new toilet germicide powder to bo dissolved in water as needed. ARE APT TO MEET 1 a rm V IIJK ONE OF mm 'J I LOCAL NEWS. Andy Lofei has resigned hts position Willi the Acnve Haitlvvavc THE REGULAR SO DIERS ANOTHER CORRECTION DUE. yriu'aHi'jHavi cfifel fattLfsKt. AtutxC en fan ON FURLOUGH FROM THE MEXICAN BOR rut x&are&a. ?tati 7utf J.Javifyi ciui4rtU. DER WALKING HOME TO CHEER THE LAST lilt. Jt&6xic ccx-i&ias- Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. .1 Cue pjf'iiattZt tut 1 J'ttfWM -- Co AaicAtet rite. 2c&4t. trftite ad HOURS OF A LOVING OLD - m ' MOTHER. HE WILL ASK YOU TO MEXICOPERATE IN HIS UNDERTAKING. HE Estimates on Application . . FEAR3 IN3ECT POWCER MOST HERE'S A NICKEL X v I I THE PAXTON TOILET CO.,Boston.Mass. n oil "v dose or VAV IF YOUVL TAKE l,f.tf,tt 'A. if. lYr7mrS l. IAiN. " nss Lfe'llxNVRri CLAUDE. lUGivfT-- s IHfiRES FIVE CENTS) TbuvniMP"- I. vai ilI limnI vm ic vnttt II iir I VU M VI I UUhh '' VS"1- -OfMNK MY" TAKE I M CRACKED miiiuii.ic- - l rw.....,w v. v v" TODAY ui. itsmr i y ' il HSTTJ PILL JVS.T- -r w i ill rSSP ;ilti A .a I f GEE'BUT IMGIAD1 n .. IMMBOywiTM I I ... A f I i i mV! i ' NO BROTHERS' 1Bh ' 1 I ll H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER Newspapers Bunched. For spring purposes send to the News ollice for bunched newspapers at five corns a bunch. house-cleanin- g Please iU not ask us to publish card ofjthanks, resolutions or obituaries free 7 KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY '4 NOTICE Subscribe Right Now. OURMOVINS PICTURE STUNT. THRILL! GDRAMAOfENTODi ?EiT. GUILE. JOSH AN! IN Better Subscribe! 6 Discount Per Cent SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROM APRIL 17th TO MAY 13th Per Cent 6 Discount Another Manifestation of J. Bacon & Sons Liberality 6 PER CENT DISCOUNT 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 pat- rons in an acceptable manner, the management has decided to allow , . s I X p E t 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 Hay 13th inclusive This liberal inducement, together with the fact that J. Bacon &Sons are bettor prepared now than ever before to meet everybody's requirements, whether they bo for personal or homo use, immediately and conclusively answers the question where you should do spring and Summer shopping. i 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 atthe Discount Desk i I S C c 0 u N " 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. 0 U N T 5 Come and join your neighbors who will come to avail, themselves of this liberal money ' 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. T J.BAcmjasgHS INCORPORATED All Cars in Louisville transfer to J. BACON & SONS All Packages Delivered From Our Store to Your Railroad Station Free of Charge 6 Discount HOLT. Per Cent L. C. SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROfl APRIL I7th TO MAY 13th 6 Discount Per Cent Oscar Black has just returned from Louisville. Mrs. V. M. Pumphrey.of Cloverport, is visiting Mrs. Jack Gross this week. Mr. and Mrn. Jas. DeJarnette, have been visiting iu Huwesville the guests of Milton Brown. Mrs. J. Miller and her father visited in Sample Saturday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cox. Frank Miller visited Will Carman at Amnions this week. Misses Flora and Grade Maysey visited over in Indiana Sunday the guests of their grandmother. Talk about gardens, Jas. DeJarnette has got one of the best gardens for miles around, and is through planting corn. He has lettuce big enough to eat, and has pi .ughed out one field of corn. He finished plantiug in M rcb, and is going to set out tobacco soon. Says he has plants large enough to set out now, and finer milk cowa never were found anywhere. Who can beat this? The people of this .place have organized a Suuday School. We wish them success. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Frank Gude caught a catfish weigh-lu45 pounds. g If the best Is not too good for you, Lewisport Best flour is the flour you ought to use. "Dr. Thomas' Electlc Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal diseaie,croup. Has been used with success in our family for eight years." Mra,L.WbIteacte, Buffalo, N. Y. 35 The are several children in the fam-llof Mr. and Mrs. James Furrow who have the measels. Miss Lizzie Blake received a letter Mr. and Mrs. James Perkins were from her brother, L. C. Blake, who has guests of Mtr. and Mrs. Vane Pate last in the U. S. Army, Co D. Sunday. 14 Inft.. Fort Lincoln, N. D. He liked Mr. and Mrs. Mace Hawkins visited army life from his first enlistment, when her mother, Mrs. Rllla Pate, last Sunhe was with Co. K. 17 Inft., at Fort McPherson, Ga. He brought home with day. Senator McCreary will address the voters of Breckenrideo county tit the Court Mr.Chester Beavln had a log rolling him a record of shooting n which he House in Hiirdinsburfr, Monday afternoon, May 8, at 1:30 p. m. All candiMrs. Beavln enterlast Saturday. was an expert with a pistol and rifle. dates for State ollices, who nro present, will bo invited to address the voters. Three of the Blake boys have been in tained quiet a number of her neighEvery Democrat is invited and urgftd to hear the candidates, many of whom the army. Uncle Sam treats his men bor women the same day. baking success is guaranteed will bo present and are welcome. work is pleasant, writes "Bread all right and the John O'Hoilloy, 0. V. Robertson, Mr. Blake. His sister sends him Tne if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". 1. M Heard, Mike Miller, Breckenridge News every week, which .J. D. Uabba;o, Henry Doll. Moorman, rum is proud to get as it is like a letter Sick headache results from a disordhe hxecutivo vJominitto ered condition of the stomach, and ecu from home. T. J. Mooro, Secretary be cured by the use of Chamberlain's For soreness of the muscles, whether Stomach, and Liver Tablets. Try it. induced by violent exercise or injury, For sale y all dealers. Chamberlain's Linlmen is excellent. This liniment is also highly erteetned sugar tree on a ooo with his line S. 10 W. 63 poles to two two gums and a small W. IO5 poles to o for the relief it affords in case of theu SALE white oaks in Pile's line; thence W hill side; thence N. 80original west line COMMISSIONER'S two dogwoods matlsm. Sold by all dealers. about 50 poles to two post oak saplings of said survey; in the with said line N. thence &, MILLER BALL near a sink hole; thence W. 80 poles 10 E 40 poles to the beginning containto a hickory; thence N. 30 W. 53 poles ing by survey 35 acres, which was supBreckenridge Circuit Court. Kentucky. to a stone and walnut bush; thence N. MATTINGLY J. T. Lucas et, al., Plaintiff. 10 E 54 poles to 3 post oaks; thence S. posed and believed to be her interest in Said laud conveyed Against Livery, Feed and Sale 80 E. 100 poles to the beginning con said tract of land. Blanford to Benedict Lucas John W. Lucas et, al., defendant. talning 80 acres more or less. Same deed dated March by Elnor and record-by 36, 1834, Mrs. Nobe Pate went to Louisville Equity, No. conveyed to Ben Lucas, by Duncan Stable last Sunday to visit her daughter,Mrs. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Neff and Susan Neff. his wife, by deed ed in deed book 38 at page ,S3 in Breckenridge County Court Clerk's uuurt, dated Match 18th, 1005, recorded in Sale ot orecKenruige Vachel ninton. Bus Meets all Trains SO 26g thereof in the Office. rendered at February Term thereof. Brickey, who has beenln de- loll, in the above cause, for the sale of deed book page, The purchaser, with approved surety John E. Clerks office of Breckinridge County bearor securities, must execute bond, clining health for some time, is still the hereinafter described real estate and County. Hardinsburg, : Ky from all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer Also another tract or boundary of ing legal interest havingthe day of sale confined to his room. the force and e door in for sale at the in Breckenridge county, Ky., on until paid, and Mrs. Ed Hinton and her handsome Hardinsburg, to the hignest bidder, at landwaters of Calomese Creek being the effect of n Judgment. Lein retained to the twin boys, visited her parents, Mr. and Public Auction, on .Monuay, tne em, ntoresald Elinor Blanfords interest of a secure payment of purchase money. day of May, I9II, at one o'clock P. M , tract of land belonging to Benedict Bidders will be prepared to comply Mrs. J. E. Brickey, last Thursday. NOTICE. or thereabout (being Circuit Court day) Lucas, deceased, said Land bounded as promptly with these terms. Miss Nina and Mary Perkins, of upon a credit of six months, the follow-ln- i follows: Beginning at the original N. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Please do not ask us to send you the 4 a cei- - W. Corner oftho said survey at a black described nronertv. Clover Creek, visited their cousin. Miss News without paying for it cash in ad tain tract of land lyinc and being in the oak, hickory, dogwood and persimmon; last Friday. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, vance. John D. Babbage. Mae Perkins County of Breckenridge State of Ken with the original line S. 80 E. 97 John N. Duncan, who has been ser- tucky, on tne waters 01 waiemese ireeit thence two sassafras' between two red eczemu, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives poles tp iously ill for the past three weeks, Is and Bounded as follows: Beginning at oaks and post oaks, corner to 101 acres; herpes, scabies Doan's Ointment. At u white oak in Isaac Pile's line; thence thence with a line thereof S. 40 poles to any drug store. slightly Improved. Blake Re-Enlis- te. v i senator Mccreary Will Speak in Hardinsburg, Monday, May 8, 1:30 p. m. 1 I cnoo cholz) Court-Hous- czioc3fofo1ff5faf5p' to-wi- t: Subscribe THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. r Drawers h 1 Issued Every Wednesday. AtUSLIN; umbrella Kyle; ruffle; hemstitched yoke; bund with draw Btrinf;; every garment cut f til ; regular 2oc values; IRp I du snle price CAiMORIC; umbrella s'yle; fidnch rulTle; trimmed with three tucks nnd Mall Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1911 Subscription Price SI. 00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per line, nnd 5 cents for ench nd ditionnl insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over fivc.lincs charged for at thoi rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES chnrged for at tho rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. our rows ol lienntitchlng; yoke bin ; regularise VHlue; OCp salepricr tub with tho Best Values in Stock and on Mail Order Pur chases of f5.00 or more we pay Forwarding Charges to Points within 200 Miles. CAMBRIC: circular mle: cut ex- trn full; with .'1 Incb eyelet and li Ind Sniss embroiderv edge; SOc May sale ptice.... Louisville's Greatest Department Store White Petticoats HUSLIN; boit skirt; cut lull; flounce; liemsliicheil lieu:; reg-ul3t)c value OCp sale p ice CAMBRIC; long skirt;good qualituck trimmed ruffle; with J inch embroidery edge; 7Rf foot ruffle; sale price luu tt' Standard Staple Linens. Etc. LINEN CAMBRIC; full real Iilsli linen, medium uelght and bet-ti- t d finish; warranted all pure linen; excellent for summer underwear mid 'women's nnd children's dreses. A genuine U5C quality; on sale, per 25c yard . HANDKERCHIEF LINEN; full wide; a line sheer quality of baud-looIrish linen, all pure flax; there is nothing better in a sheer fabiic for embroidered waists; and you cannot match it for less than 75c a yard; on sale, CQp per yard at uwb wiili-- ; m tub ty; Ii For Governor. Wo arc authorized to announce .TAS. H. McCKEAHY as a can didatc for Governor of Kentucky subject to tho action of tho Dcm CAMBRIC; long skin; flounce; eyelet embroidery insertion edge; foot ruffle; M OC and regular $1. OS value; sale mice.) ch ocratic primary election May 27., Wheat looks eood. Enough of black-berr- y winter here! CAMBRIC; long skirt; embioidery heading; flounce; embroidery edge; full foot Ci Cfj rufTW; regular $2.50 value .pi.uU sale price .w. . lo-in- ch Itt-Iu- IRISH LINEN SHEETING; we have received a big Import order of pure linen sheeting, purchased at a ptice that ennbles us to 11 sell fine round, thread, 10.4 sheeting, worth fl 33 a (M flfl yard, at JI.UU BLEACHED DAMASK: your choice of ten pieces of 72 inch, full bleached, heavy uatln Damask; overweight Uellast goods, and every pattern a good one. Thin Damask has a high satin fioish and Is guaranteed to wash and wear well; regular fl 00 value on sale per yard OOU h nr. Women' Senator McCrcary's platform is good enough for us. Mayor Harry is going to appoint a ' Get ready for it. clean-u- p White Waists day for Clovorport WHITE LINOERIE; kimono and regular sleeves: Dutch nnd high necks embroidery and lace tiimmed; regQOp ular $l.f0 values; in this 30u tale at sleeves; Dutch neck; fronts trimmed with white or colored, hand embroidery; lace in sleeves and yoke frl AO regular $2 waists; tale price $ I. HO of pure Irish linen; fronts plaited; laundered collarsand cuffs: perfect fitting wnit; regular $2.00 value; 111 this $1.49 sale at TAILORED TAILORED WAISTS; pure Irish linen; fronts trimmed with hand embroidery; laundered collRrsan'l cnff; flQ QO our regular $5.00 waists; in this sale at 4J.OO FRONTING LINEN; the ulazed finish, yard-widfour qunrter, Irish linen, pure flax, high count and ideal in every way for women's tailored and embroidered waists. Regular 09c value; on sale, per Rflp JUL yard IRISH e, NAPKIN SETS; these come put up by the mill, in sets of i dozen; in assorted patterns, heavy weight, full bleached and a good size. These are, in a sense, mill remnants, as they would bo worth, in full dozens, $2.00 a dozen; sale price. f?n DOC set of 6. an (1 Met've edced with fine tmbtoidery; regular 5IJC value QQp sale price u3b NAINSOOK; kimono slip over style; out lull; klmoi.o sleeves aml voke edged wltli lace; regular 7.c .45c value; snle price . r NAINSOOKi fine quality: style; edged arouid yoke, bach ard front with fine embroidery; ribbon drawn shoit rleeves; cut full and long; regular SOc value; CQn sale price..... uuu SLIP-OVEstyle; Itimono e'ffeci; edged around yoke, back and front; short sleeves with eyelet embroidery; regular $1.00 value; 7Kn sale price JO VARIOUS STYLES: we show 32 diffeient styles in. kimono, high, low ck ami gowns; fine lace and embroidery trimmed; extra .98c good values at LINEN LAWN; low square neck, stiimd yoke; ribbon draw; insertion of embroidery and lace edge around yoke and collar; &1 I .Z3 sale price KIHONO GOWNS; tlip-oVstyle; deep yoke and short sleeves of lace and embioidery; lace edge around yoke; ribbon draw across (1 Cfl yoke; sale price $ .OU TWO HUNDRED styles; with fine hand laces and embroideries; dainty tucltings; hemstitching and prices ranue from $25 down tofs, C1 slip-ove- Gowns MUSLINS; good qualiiy; cut full leng.h and width; tucked ke nr er hand-embroider- William Addains is all right, and, if nominated, will make a splendid race; if elected, n line Governor. He's just a plain, honest, Democrat. unassuming old-tim- e WHITE LINGERIE; k'mono Extra Silk Values This Week wide; beautiful colorings in coin dots and satin stripe effects; a very sheer fabric; soft and clinging, and appropriate for summer nd evening gowns; sale price this ARp week r 4JU ' NATURAL PONGEE; full 27 in. wide; all silk; smooth weave; will launder and give excellent wear for coats a lid coat suits. Extra value this week, per 11 CREPE DE CHENES; full 24 in. of Tho Democratic members of Congress have begun to cut down expenses in that body. Last week they cut out one hundred and twenty thousand dollars expenses in the lower house. WAISTS; colorings; these include the popular navy blues. On sale this Cfl0 week, per yard uUu BLACK FOULARD SILKS; full 24 inches widej. large assortment of dots ana small neat designs, in a good range and 1 1. bd White Lingerie Dresses WOMEN'S OR A1ISSES White Lingerie Dress; kimono sleeves; waist skirt and flounce of lace and fine embroidery; a $10 val- P 00 ue in this May Sale D.jO f3-0- f and misses' White Lingerie Voile and Marquisette Dresses; fine laces, in white and colors; prices range Cfl from 17.50 down to .UU d ONE HUNDRED styles of wo-men- 's (7 We arc sorry to learn of the trouble among the tobacco growers in our neighboring county of Meade. A tobacco barn containing ubout 20,000 pounds of tobacco was burned there last week and the night riders are charged with bavins dono the job. "Wo were mighty anxious that the Kentucky Press meet at Jackson this summer, but as we want to go to Cerulean before we die, guess it's best to go there first, then to Jackson. Editor Lawrence, of The Cadiz Record, pictures the retort in glowing terms, and we shall be glad to have the opportunity to visit the Springs on such a happy occasion. yard 49c CHINA SILKS; full wide; jet blackjsmootb finish; guarauteed water an 1 shower proof; will give good wear and is the right weight for kimonos and home gowns. An exceptional .value for CRn Monday, per yard uuu BLACK SATIN HESSALINES: yard wide; bnllant black; bright lustrous sheen; all silk texture; exceptional value and one of our popular leaders. On sale this QQn week, per yard UUu White Dress Skirts INDIAN HEAD LINEN: new plain gored styles; all seams tail- - (1 QC I .ZD ored; sale price INDIAN HEAD LINEN: habit back; gored styles; buttons on the side; with large pearl but- QQ 1 tout; sale price .90 inPORTED REPP; habit back, with box plait back and front; flat tailored seems; (Q QQ sale price u.UO BLACK TAFETA; full 22 inches wide; perfect blttck; natural loom finish ; one of the best values ever offered. A limited quantity on sale tl Long and Short Kimonos mono; scalloped edges and collar; buttonhole stitched sale price fair.".'::.!" ki- 69c WHITE INDIA LINEN; short turn-dow- n ullu Rflp Good Values in Women's and Children's High-Grad- White Dresses for Infants and Children INFANTS' WHITE INDIA LINEN DRESSES; sizes (J months to .1 years; pitHucked yoke :611ar"and sleeves; trimmed with lawn ruffle; sale price ullu CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES! sizer 2 to 6 years, fine India linen; fronts trimmed with clusters of fine tucks and embroidery inser- or I .Z tions: sale price... J GIRLS, WHITE DRESSES; sizes 6 to 14 years; square Dutch neck; front ar.d back of waist and cuffs trimmed with embroidery ft) Cn and lace insertions;sale pricerZ. JU hem-stitche- We hope that Editor Harry Summers will take up the matter SHORT KIMONO; oi white dotted Swiss; yoke slash- - d; kimono sleeves; edges buttonhole stitched in QQp UOu colors; sale price LONG WHITE KIAIOS; of fine clotted fawiss; BlaBned.kimonosI-eve- s; belt and edges nuttouhole $1.98 stitched; sale price; e Footwear Children's Black Velvet Pumps; sizes 5to2:8s!!.ef..Bl?.!i'..n..00:.s,ies 1 11 seriously of running for the nomination for Lieutenant Governor. "We loin the Hartford Herald m saying: "He is one of the most prominent nnd worthy men of the State, and is abundantly able to fill any oflice within the gift of the people of the State whose interests he has served so faithfully and well." Newspapers are not only our business, but they are our hobby. Not anything gives us more pleasure than to get a bunch of ex- changes and go thrbush them. We are always disappointed to miss a single isue of the papers that come to our desk ench week. Please, yvu I'umus, sue mm yuui papers uiu uui wruppeu so iiii, 11 is too hard on our hair pin.s to open them. ' Children's Tn Play Oxfords; with elk sole; a durable, slclnly Oxford that will be very poputrrthls beason; sixes 11M to d tn. $ .50 ?oiV.?.lsls!" S1-5- 0 WHITE KIJIONO; fine dotted Swiss; sailor collar and sleeves with lace itsertion and edee; lace iustrtiun in flounce of flQ Cf skirt: sale price 4IO.JU LONQ welt Children's White Canvas Pumps;splenstrap style; raadeon sole: Fltz-U- " (srewlDR plrls' s.zes 2M to SH. did lasts; $2.50; sizes UH to 3. $2.00; CI Ac Women's Tan Oxford and Pumps; In both suede and calf stocks: the new. high toe last featured in this line; prices range from $5 uodown to ...... ..... sIzriSKio 11 Jl.Ui? e 3.UU MzesSKtoll Children's Tan Colt Pumps: welt soles; C 7C sizes IlKtaS, $2.1)0: .PI.O Women's White Canvas Pumps; ankle strap sty le ; wood covered heel ; turn sole ; made on stage lasts; all sizes and widths; u leader Saturday C nn ?.UU In Our Art Goods Section MARQUISETTE WAIST PATTERNS; stamped patterns, kimono sleeves, five new designs; chart with each waist, showing stitches and colors used in embroidery. There is a great demand fur these patterns this season, and an early selection is ad visable, as the quantity is limited ; nti sale Friday and Saturday Men's Furnishings Men's Neckwear WASHABLE reversible; on sale at 4 for 25c each FOUR-IN-HANDS; , that we had in this county Oolite limestone that is The Webster Stone Company, of Irvington, is now opening up this mine and is putting in u crusher to grind it for 09 4-- Did you know pure lime? lands and bring them back to life and fertilizing the old worn-ou- t service. A farmer in Daviess county has ahead' placed an order for sixty-fivcars for hi.s land. There is lots of gold in our hills if we could only see it. e 48C .5 Senator McCrcarv. Democratic candidate for Governor, will next Monday. It will be the lirst day of tho speak at Hardin-bur- g May term of Citcuit Couit, and there should be a large crowd out to hear him. Tho Democrats of the county need to be reminded that in these times we should not forget the principles on which the party is founded. Senator McCreary can enlighten" us about theso things, and wo should go to hear him. STAMPED WHITE JABOTS; plaited and lace trimmed; with floss to c mplete euibroiderv, all OCn put up in a package; each.. "FASHION" WAIST PATTERNS stamped on fine sheer material, ready lor embroidery; ample material givD. M. C. en for cutting large siz-lloss for embroidery, design and fl Irish hce medallions to complete; also guide chart showing how to put waist together, and working diagram; showing stitches for embroidery; an exceptional value and one. which cannot be duplicated again at Cfn ullu the price; eacb M Men's Socks 7n lu I ONYX COTTON SOCKS; full fash toned; in black and colors; regular oc values: on sale and Sat. SILK sible, all silk: regularise ues; sile price; 2 for FOUR-IN-HANDS; . rever- val- 25c uruay, a pair 2 lor 20, 13c Men's Suspenders ' STAMPED BELTS; 011 good heavy white belting; on sale .1 for-asc- ; each 10c PURE SILK; all elastic, or elastic backs; also a lot of genuine French suspenders; all regular 5OC values; on sale Friday QCn and Saturday at Z Jb non-elast- VERTICAL STRIPE SOCKS; imported; full regular made; a splendid value at 25c; sale price 2 for 1 I Uu ; 25c; a pair r ic PURE SILK SOCKS; seamless and full fashioned; broken sizes values up to 11.00; choice Friday OC and Saturday for tQly The Republicans of this county ought to stand for E. T. Franks. lf they don't they will bo a very ungrateful set. No man has done more to help tho party in this county. He came to its rescue when jit needed help. While we don't like his politics, we like him as a jman. He stands and lights for what ho believes is right. Ho is a i man oi convictions ana a man wno nas made good in all his public ...,.,l uy nun ir. ' uiiaui AVI... nut auuiu I... 1,'.. i " "J V, If about. One woman I know is particular to keep every closet door and dresser drawer shut. You find a woman who is particular about every thing of the housethen she is overly particular and makes everybody miserable around her. Our new neighbor, Mrs. Chas. Tanner, is very particular about "keeping Business men say that.the ability to pain" the attention is often the secret of success in life. Rules Governing Sale ard Delivery of Ice In Cloverport, Season 1911 years, and now his homo is in Louisville. Ho is a Irishman and came to this country when ho was seventeen years of ago. Father Ryan is past three score years and ten still is ho Jaughing and enjoys life to tho utmost. His visit to Father Brey I has been ono of extreme pleasure, although there are only a few of 8 his friends loft. Father Ryan came to Clovorport from Flint Island, a near Concordia, whore ho buried Mr. Burch, ago sixty j'ears, who . : :r i i i i...:.. i i.; llllL'U Ukys later. uiuu in uia uiiutt, iou wis nnu nuu jjuoauu iiwuy n 110 theld tho funeral servipos of Mrs. John Manning and Miss McGill. thirty-seve- n full-blood- Father Ryan was lost when he stepped oil' tho train hero tho other day, and ho walked up on tho hill looking for tho Catholic church. "Clovorport has not tho same bustle and movement that was hero when I loft," ho said. Father Ryan has been away forty years, but not a single nap like old Rip's has ho taken in that time. ;He has been in chargo of an orphan's homo near Ikrdstown for is 7 , out the fly", and already she has start ed a war on the summer nuslance. Everyone knows how deadly poisonous is the fly and it is said they killed more American soldiers in the Spanish American war than the bullets of the Spaniards. Now is the best time to put up the screens if you havn't al ready been fortunate enough to get them up. May all the butchers, grocery men and dairymen of Breckenridge and every county on the face of the globe, join in this war on the fly. This little pest certainly should be extermi nated. In the stores now can be found a tin tray made especially to hold fly papers. Every It is a splendid invention. has difficulty in keeping the sticky fly paper In place. Ask your grocery man for fly paper holders. A Cloverport dealer keeps them. house-keep- er SMITH'S Signs Catch the Eye Show Cards Banners. . . 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. Haraman & Son' s, on a credit of 30 and GO days, 10 .per cent discount for cash at time of purchase. Books will bo taken up and paid for by The Cloverport Ice Co., at end of season on same terms as sold, for all unused tickets. We find the above rules necessary to save book work. Prices at plant or wagon: Less than full block 40c per 100 lbs., except in 5o lots, when price will be 50c per 1Q0 lbs. During month of May, will deliver on Wednesday and Saturday. Please telephone orders to plant or C. "W. Hamman on duy before. Previous, notice Must bo given. Any (disc"ourtesi( s on part of employees, please report to AI. J, Behen in writing. Thanking each and every customer for all courtesies and busiuess in past, and assuring you of our endeavors to please in the future i. k. lipioiid sinew, hut. THE CLOVERPORT ICE GO. C W. HAMMAN. Silu Mir. Lilbon E. Smith Phono 31 Y. LITTLE STOMKS WMTTKN While The Press Thvinders 11Y LOU1SK Training The "No matter how dark the night is if there is a star out I can see what time it is by my watch", said Prof. Groom, of Tobinsport, recently. He says from his early boyhood he has trained his eyes to see under the most trying conditions and his sight is keen and far better than most persons have, Eye-sight. 000 1 . I mt I la HaVA house-keepe- War. rs I von will fiml fVinf e.nVi l nno .. If you study closely - .. . imng 'Lli mai sne U. t.,,. particular . is especially and rotten to giveaway I sell it," said a man to us not long ago, "and add the money to a little more and get a new set." He went ou to explain that there was no need of a man who had a bit of pride using dilapidated harness 000 and buggies. He has a new rubber-tire- d An Excellent Plan. rig and next year he is going to "Just before my harness gets too old sell it and get a new one. This man manages the same way about his wearPeople will be indifferent to you if ing apparel and he makes the most they think you dp not want what they prosperous appearance of any man we have. Even in friendships, persons will know. not be friends to you unless they are ooo certain you desire their friendship. The Surest Way. If you want. anything ask for it. Last Ask, and expect just half of what you week we were starved for some home- ask for and y.ou will not be disappointmade cake and not a crumb did we ed. have in the house so we asked our neighbor for a piece and got it. She Ask. Be sure you have a right to was happy to give it to us and we were ask and you will get what Is best for delighted to get it, for we were cake you to have. hungry just like all girls sometimes get. ooo We have learned that it is far better The girl who hasn't had a beau all to ask frankly for what we want instead of hinting. A HINT DISGUSTS A winter should cheer up! In the spring men come out like fishing worms, CHEERFUL GIVER. able PATARRU n.l ... at Once. Miss Jennie D, Patterson left Owenw boro Inst Thursday for San Antonin, Texa?. She hsd a delightful visit to -- IWIUUIU Kentucky. Richard Newman arrived here last week fromOgden,Ill.,to visit his father, A, F. Newman, who is ill at his home ' near Pisgah. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot, Mrs. Light-foo- I Mau Mucin IIIUJ Next Thing in Order Wantc- d- Stock Hogs. WANTEO-- M Stock ltoi?si weigh from 30 to .5 pounds. Hcitra Itros.. Hnrdlns-burt- f, Ky. I 1...... .. ..... It KtMHJ llinn MICHU'U iipiiuntuiiuiniT near tho railroad andlur a Rood school. Ho near tins the ciisli to puy. Jno I', llablmRe, Ky. T rt. soothes, protects 1 mn tlnirfroin id drives 14 t Hnicll. Full size BonsesofllHl CO cts., fit Drag- man, in liquid lorm, vu cents. i mi i n tf rLVLll and their daughter, Jane, returned home from Louisville last Tuesday in their automobile. Ben M. Miller, of Kirk, renewed his subscription to the News yesterday. He finished drlivering his tobacco and had nearly 8000 pounds. Festival At Louisville IVfay Housecleaning Carpets Rugs - A Customer. 4, 5 &6 Five Grand Concerts; three nights and two afternoons H HrrKcarW tU U ADVERTISING K hUKKItiN BY THE John Edwards Sklllman is the name of the son who brought joy to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Sklllman, of GENERAL OFFICES Hardinsburg, Sunday. YORK AND CHICAGO i i hi i rt i - nnmrmn i r t rc The Rev. Mr. Robert Brown, of wnih J fku ri t. rniiiuir 111 I DAMROSCH And The New York Sypliony Orchestra For Sale 2 irood work unites, mfe nnd sound, rio h huvo mnlo eolis-whlh1 will suit rlKht. O. W. Klmore. McQunay, Ky. COIt SALE . . ' For Sale P(!!' SALE A Ii horse power stationery Oils F.nulno: Wiitklns m'ike. la Rood IlreckeiirldRo News, Coverport, Ky. -- lr. Louisville 1 Musical Club For Sale COU SALE-llcekinds ' of JtRul tilunks. .MortRimes nnd allNews, HreckenridRu Cloverport. Ky. ns, Breckenridrfe News. Glasgow, left Monday morning. He was accompanied to Louisville by the Rev. Mr.Frank Lewis.who has returned home. 50 Voices St. Honlfuct! Church Choir, B0 voices. New Albany Menclulstolin Choir. 10 voices Children's Choruses, 450 voices from Louisville t'ub Ic Schools. SOLOAUTISTSi-Mtne.AlmuOlu- - Wanted Tenant. Jolly, of Hardinsburg, is a member of the U. S. grard jurv now in Wm. L. Matsession at Owensboro. thews, of West View.and L.L. Mitchell, of Holt are on the petit jury. Frank ck, Soprano. McUoix-lltu- nty Offices i 8. per line a. tipr Hue ni.i. . 5.00 nnixBo ir individuals or expression vifinm views tier Mrs. J. R. Polk and Mrs. Arad Leaf, were here yesterday and lu visited the News office while the press .1U was thundering. They said the straw berry beds are white with blossoms and a few warm days will bring the berries. no of Tobin3port, a brilliant array of other eminent artists. Sea on Tickets. S9j on salo April SSI. Sliisle tickets, il.50 and J2.00. All reserved seats. b'or reduced railroad fnrsask your local agent. Aiidress, and remit to Opru Co., und 1 YVAN'TED A tenant for the Ilallmnn farm lieu; Dunes. Tenant must furnish tennis. Write 1 Llhovitit, t.cwlsport. Ky. Scholarship In tho IlowllnR COIt urrvn university, rooo in any ucuirt merit of that University. ItrcckcnrldRuNsws, Cloverport, Ky. SALE-Scliolarhlp For Sale Matting Oil Cloth 'Lace Curtains Druggets Curtain Nets Window Shades Curtain Poles . "Let is Show You" C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. line.... .i" GAL BREVITIES Sale is now on. All Work and Dress shoes, Oxfords and in fact every shoe in my house goes at cost during the month of May. It is your opportunity to get cheap shoes. Don't fail to" take advantage of it. Julian H. Brown. Mr. My big Shoe ANDREW BROADDUS, 804 Columbia Uldif. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY We may not be you'r nearest J. a member of the millinery firm of The Burkhardt, Seitet Harding Company, was here last week Lynch, of Patesville, was here and was busy all day at Mrs. James Cordrey's store. He comes four times a year and takes special orders for hats Mr. Harding has made many friends in s Cloverport who appreciate his visits. . f Harding, miner, .1 or raiesviue. was iu for tail- - Mrs. James Cordrey's rt waists. UIICUUUI c L rr ii aeconer went iu mc wiwus ui TliiireflQU 1 Henry wendelken r Hnrritn is visitinir . went to ms iatner. ' . . Bennett, of Stephensport, has sheep Dip recognized growers. Julian H. a No. stock 1 can never he relied upon to belnive regularly. Generally the wearer Is found to he of :i very nervous disposition, and It certainly looks as If this communiented Itself to the watch. One- - Inherited by the writer, which had kept good time for years. Immediately developed erratic tendencies ROADS MADE OF STRAW. when worn by him and has never got One Hund'-iand Forty Miles Beddd out of them. Only once for a brief space did a watch go regularly with Down Around Walla Walla. him. It was a Swiss one. which had One hundred and forty-eigmllfs of when worn In Kngland. but straw rotiJi Jiavc been made within a variedaccurate time on a Swiss holiday. kept year around Walla Walla. Wafh And the question was whether It was Straw ho'd down the dust and pro the wearer's temporarily braced nerves vents the wheels from sinking too or the effect of Its native nlr on the deeply Info the mud In the wet ma watch that did London the trick. sons. Chronicle. Straw 1 a favorite road building van terlal and Is good while It lasts. Sago-brusSpoiled His Speech. r Is js-- used In some places. "When I rose to speak It was so It. tougher than straw and still in the hall you could have heard shreds life threadlike filaments with a pin drop" little, travf.'l. "YesV" "Well. I stood there for n moment looking out over 'the audience and 4 framing my first sentence, and I am DULL EDGE DRAG. sure that I should have been able to A ) inn split log road drat) 4 get along all right, tint just before I ...!it. -; j. .ii cuyc ...:it - maio ii i.. had got ready to utter my first word I wim win luii i T road iripervious to water if some fool in the back end of the hall used in wet weather. yelled. "Louder:" Judge. h This-latte-4 The sympathetic watch Is all very well, writes a correspondent, hut there are uiiuiy who find that their watches The Sympathetic Watch. druggist, but we try to come the nearest pleasing you GIBSON & SON Many requests from Catarrh sufferers who use atomizers have cause us to put up Liquid Cream Balm, a new and convenient form of Ely's Cream Balm, the only remedy, for Catarrh which can always be depended on. In power to allay inflammation, to cleanse the clogged to promote free, natural breathing, the two forms of Cream Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 OF THE LOSSES AND DISS.IfVIXTMESTSIN UVSlXLSS.iREDUE TO A a II AT CARELESS SUPER-i'lSOXEXPENSES MEANS KEEP A CLOSE H ATCH ON El'ETiY BRANCH 'OF EXPENSE IN YOtrK ACCOUNT HERE TOU THEN KNOW EXACT .irH'JIAT TOU SPEND AFFAIRS, VVS1NUS OR DOMESTIC. AND START A CIIECKINC including spraying tube. Mailed by Ely Bros., 06 Warren Street, cents, 1 WSt 0'" CLOVERPORT New York. We Do Neat Job Work We wish to state to the piiMic that this institution is ready for the State Bank Examiner ativ tmn LOUISVILLEMARKET Hogs Still Going Down; Knort. scent Saturday here with Fifteen For What is a Safe Bank? Did you ever stop to think From The Shelby Sentinel TF.. Cents Lower Than Last Week -- Fairly Good Demand nri Mrs. were Sunday. Is May, n. ziuuciauu. u guests of Mrs. Sam I. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. Cattle LAMBS FIVE CENTS LOWER. Jr., of Shrevesport, Irisiting his parents, Mr. and May. ADDAMS! ADDAMS! Hardaway, uf Bewleyville.was Bay the guest of Mr. and Mrs. tiaway. bhn Kidge and son, Vernon ve returned from a visit to i Louijville. idison, 128 South 4th street, llle, serves, a nice dinner for So Say We All, Gentlemen! Is there a Democrat but believes that if Senator McUrcary gets the Gubernatorial nomination, the chances of: his party's success will be in doubt? Is it not the part of wisdom, therefore, for him to turn to some one who can bring the party to victory? William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a candidate. Place your banner in his hands and ho will give the hope and enthusiasm that must land us all winners. A few weeks sinco wo were loft floundering, feeling that there were none to make an active light to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomination, but sinco the manly stand and clean-cu- t statements of Mr. Addams, our doubts are at last thrown aside anil hope has taken the place of our doubts in our party success. There be times when our darkest periods are just before the dawn, and Democracy in Kentucky appears to have passed through them. From now on every one should feel, with such a man as Addams to lead, that success must surely come. Mr. Addams has a number of relatives and friends in "Old Shelby," and, though this county is in Mr. McCreary's district, yet it can bo turned to tho Harrison county man who can land tho party triumphant in November. ' Lot us stop our partj bickerings. Addams is a man wo can unite upon, and let us all, therefore, get together and bo for Addams. Let tho party slogan bo, "Party Success," and Mr. Addams will bo selected. Hois iho man of tho hour, the man you need, tho man you must have. Addams! Addams! So say wo all! Addams! Call on him. Ichfield and Mrs. Leitchfield M to house keeping in the residence at btephensport. aniel Tucker and daughters, nd Leila, spent Sunday in with Mr. and Mrs. Carl YOU en't Been OGRAPHED jwou were Louisville, May 1. Cattle The re ceipts of cattle were 1,321 head; not a heavy run, but there were not as many buyers on the yards as usual, the demand In most instances was considerably curtailed, other markets lower and the trade was anything but satisfactory. There was a reasonably good demand for strictly choice light butcher cattle at steady to a shade low er prices, but all medium and inferior kinds, as well as heavy butcher cattle were anywhere frcm lOrsc lower than the best time last week: the feeder and stocker trade was very quiet, about steady; the bull market ruled slow and lower; canner and cutter trade dull; milch cow trade slow; not many good heavy shipping cattle here, but there were quiet a few medium and lit'ht shipping cattle on sale; they were dull and unevenly lower. The pens were onjy fairly well cleared. Quotations: Prime export cattle 5- .50 5.75; shipping steers 5(35. 50; beef steers 5.755.s0; fat heifers 4S.S0;fat cows 3.7i)o; cutters 2.50.'l. 75; canners v a bank ia sound only ? whc.n its loans are A bank is allowed to loan a larjre proportion of its deposits, so if those loans are not made to those of undoub'vd ability to repay, it is not in shape to pay its depositors. A bank that makes safe loans is a safe depository for your money THF FAR,MFRs RANK v HnrHinchuro Kv 2.002..'0;bull-2.50fe85:f;eilers I 5Y'. IDS head; the market ruled slow, quiet, o.JOjstockers?. 50(S5. 25; hoice tnileh row about steady; the best fat sheep 35(!40; common to fair milchers 15(3.s. cents; medium and common 2 (a 3c; fall down;not much inquiry yet for lambs Calves Receipts 64; the market spring 5c lambs, a few selling to the ruled dull, and lower; the best local butchers: bulk of the best 6j4 7 5c; some fancv higher; medium 4 He common BUTTER, POULTRY AND KGGS flogs The receipts were 3,10j head; was slow in opening and the market buyers were influenced by the heavy reLouisville wholesale dealers' buying ceipts and lower prices elsewhere and prices are as follows: prices broke 10 I5 cents; selected U10 Butter Packing 12c 1. Eggs Firm; case couut 14c; lbs. and up $5.U0; 210 lbs. down ?6; toughs $5.20 down; the pens were well sAsH:- cleared but the market closed slow and Poultry Hens ll12c lb. ; old roostweak. ers 7c; young roosters 8c; young chickSheep and Lambs The receipts were ens 202.rc; turkeys 10llc; geese 6c. 4 ii3j 4c: 1 married the family and k. mako an artistic r Every PtSCclU Farmer as well as Every Business Man Should Have a Bank Account cjiccj; js tj)0 simplcst and most convenient method. indt Studio ferport, Ky. ! Your check becomes a vou j'Monoy in tho "jit pives you h better slandin? with business men. cher for tho debt it pays, account teaches, helps and encourages you to save, yihis bank strengthens your credit. 1TA bank -JYour bank book is a record of your business. bank does all tho book-keeping. Irvington, Ky. May 4, 5 EXAMINED DEC. I4-I- 7 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS and 6 To those desiring Uanking Connections with an Old Established Bank, wo extend oiir sorv ices 1 Pictures Enlarged jateur Finishing The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., .: Hardinsburg ,Ky. 9 THE K WQMT ILVE1 CIIAPTElt XII. WAS nnxlous to know exactly how tlic princess decision hud been received by the council tliat morning, so threaded my way through the crowd to find Walcn or some other friend to question. Lady Aldrlda, however, intercepted me, and I was obliged to follow her to an unoccupied corner. "I congratulate you, Sir Verrall, and also 1 thank you." "Why thank mo?" "Do I not owe It to you that I havo been so graciously received tonight?" "I assure yon that I havo said no word on your behalf," I answered! A knight one of the count's satellites approached us. "Your pardon nnd yours, my lady. I come from the count. Sir Verrall. He bids me Inform you that you will be Intrusted with the safety of her highness tonight." "A short notice," I said. "It has" Indeed only been arranged just now. The count thought it might be a pleasant duty, seeing the things which havo happened so lately." "It Is a pleasant duty. Will you thank Count Vasca nnd tell him that I shall bo at my post an hour before midnight?" "It Is good to bo a princess to command such a sentinel," said Lady Aldrlda when he had gone. I made my adieus hastily. "Good plght," sho said, "and if the ray night sgqius long reniombor .. thoughts surround you' Still, the knowledge that I was to have the companionship of her Thoughts through the night hours gavo me little comfort. Folly had indeed got me in a tight embrace. It was a custom In Drusscnland at) nnclcnt one. I believe that n knight should stand sentinel until the dawn nt the entrance to the sovereign's apartments. It was a custom which was rather sentimental than useful. I if IBy rm ' STAR. IPDy ' "Look." I .turned nlmost mechanically, for . . my legs seenieu suuueniy io navo grown too feeble to support me. "Do you know him?" By heaven, yes. It Is "No: yet one of them!" The dead mnn wns one of tho pris oners of war. . Em t-""- 2 Copyright, 1907, by R. F. Fenno & Co. gently that it might havo been the brush of n bat's wing. It touched my arm extended to the wall. The next moment a swift blow fell upon my shoulder, nnd I felt a spasm of pain run through me, for sharp steel had penetrated the Joint of the nrmor. A second blow fell so quickly after the first that for a moment I thought I had more than one assailant. The blow failed Tn Its purpose, glancing from my nrmor, and then I was grap pling with a desperate man. lie was not clad In steel, as I was I could feci ihat but he had tho advantage of me, for ho closed with mo and could use his dajcwhllo for a time my sword was useless, lie wns conscious of his advantage and struck at me again and again in quick succession, striking where he knew my armor would serve me least yet, fortunately for me, striking beside the mark. I gatheri all my strength together nnd, striking out with my left arm. myself from his grasp. wrenched "Three nlghtsl" "Yes, but you must not talk now," Jnsar said. "Presently wo will talk, and then I will answer all your ques i I opened my eyes and lay still as ono docs when waking from a deep, refreshing sleep. The sunlight fell upon rich hangings, untlque and luxurious furniture and rugs of brilliant colors, a very different lodging to my own. Presently the curtnln wns drawn back and Jasar entered. "Awnke. Sir Verrall, at last? It has been a long sleep. Is the arm painful?" "A little." "You must keep quiet. It Is a bad wound. Sir Verrall, but bravo men often carry ugly scars." "Where am I?" ."In the princess' apartments, a safer place than nny other for you just now. Guards stand dny and night without, and within aro .gentle hnnds to tend you." "Tho man died last night?" I asked. "Ho died, but not last night three nights ago. I told you your sleep had been a long one." ' . tions." It was n small wound to weaken mo so. I was ashamed of it when I became convalescent enough to notice It. "It was much worse than it is now," my nurse told mo when she bandaged it one day. "I am glad, for It looks nothing, and I have been very ill." "Very 111," she said. "And you havo nursed me all the ' The honor waTglven only to fin accredited knight, one, who Uenrr. ed a reputation for vnlor; so uwTsnot -Strange that the duty had not fallen to me until now. I had certainly earned. ed the right to bo considered eligible, but that I had been chosen for this particular night gave me amp's f?od for reflection as I went back to my quarters. I had nearly reached them when at corner of the street a hand was laid upon my shoulder. In an instant my hand was upon my sword hilt. "The second time you have received me as an enemy, Sir Verrall," said n "Jnsar. "It was your own advice that I should fear shadows nnd ever be ready to defend myself," I answered. "You are to be sentinel tonight?" "Yes. I thank her highness for this mark of her trust In me." "I am charged with n message." "The sender?" I asked. "For only one do I carry a message, Sir Verrall." "The message, then?" I said, my excitement. 1 am sure, plainly discernible In my voice. " 'lie a faithful and loyal knight, and the God you worship grant you safety.' " "I pray so." 1 answered. "Tell mo" "Sir Verrall. I was charged wjth no further speech, and I detain you." He turned from mo abruptly and with rapid strides left me. The entrance to the princess' apartments was In n spacious corridor, which at ono end was approached by a wide staircase, the other end leading only to rooms occupied by her suit. Two soldiers stood at the head of the staircase, and they saluted mo as 1 passed. Their faces were unfamiliar to me. I took up my position nt the entrance and drew my sword. It was about 11 o'clock, as near as I could tell, aud It was evident that the princess had not yet retired, for servants passed In and out of her apartments for some time nfter I arrived. Hut I caught no sight nor sound of her, though I watched each opening of the door and listened for even a low murmur to recognize. Sounds came from other parts of the palaco for some time, and it was certainly past midnight when tho last servant left the apartments mid I heard tho door barred behind lilni. After n time I begau to feel drowsy. Suddenly a slight sound startled me. I was on the alert In n moment, but I could uot locate it nor tell what manner of sound It was. I was facing down tho corridor toward tho staircase. It was pitch dark, and I camo to tho conclusion that I could hear nothing, nnd yet iustlnctlvely I know that the darkness hid something-someth- ing which threatened me. It seemed to palpitate lu front of uio silently, but nono tho less certainly. I put out my hand, passed It in front of mo and gt my side. It rested ngalust tho wall of tho corridor at tho sharp corner, ono side of tho entrance to tho .princess' apartments. I swept my sword round mo at tho full extent of my arm, but It touched nothing. Yet something was there, and I knew It. Buddenjy something touched me bo "Yes. Her highness has left you to my care.". r "Does she know how 111 I have been?" I AVTV "I have answered her questions each day, and sometimes she has been to look at you' I asked no more. I fancied that my nurse did not wish to be questioned. Once convalescent. I began to mend rapidly. O'ltyan was sent for to look nfter me. but the princess did not come, nnd Jasar only seldom. When the priest did come he would tell mo little of what was going on. Nor was O'Ryan much more communicative. "Faith, they've been crowding a lot of history into a few days," he said. "But see, hero. Sir Verrall. I am under oath to answer no questions. I should not have been allowed to come at all without giving the oath. 'There have been occasions when I haven't kept this kind of bargains, but I'm going to keep this one." "Who made you take an oath?" "Her highness." "The princess?" I said In astonish nient. "Am I her prisoner?" "Well, I don't rightly know whose prisoner you are or why you're being kept hero, but her highness sent for A DEAD MAN, I FEAI1," I ANSWUllED. me and gave me my Instructions. She With a low growl like an anlmnl at wns mighty pleasant.' too. Verrall said bay he sprang nt me, but at last my nice things about mo and let slip a sword arm was free. A mass of dark- good many promises for the future ness seemed to detach Itself from tho. She may forget them, of course, but blackness, and then my I'm not going to give her a chiiii'-weapon pierced It swiftly and clean- of withdrawing tlieni anyway. I'm go ly. Sly wrist hardly felt the resisting to act s'iUimv with her." ance. There was a low cry. a half I n""r ii 'ii"ii ii,-i- i lain''' "1 smothered sob and then a dull thud at my feet. Women as Well as Men are Made Miserable "Ho, guard!" I cried, not too loudly for fear of disturbing the princess, by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. yet my voice echoed In the silence. The echo was the only answer. I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, wnlted for n few moments; then I discourages and lessens ambition; beauty, called again and louder. vigor aim cueenui-nes- s soon disappear "Guard, ho. guard!" when the kidneys are Again an echo, but this time other out of order or dissounds. Hurrying feet ascended the eased. Ktnlrs, there was a glare of torchlight Kidney trouble has become so prevalent nt tho end of tho corridor, and,, two that it is not uncomsoldiers came to'i.ard me. They were mon for a child to be not tho men I lind seen on guard. born afflicted with There was another sound behind me. veak kidneys. If the A bolt wns shot back, n door opened, child urinates too often, if the urine scalds and Jasar stood silhouetted In light, the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the aud behind him tho princess. passage, it is yet afflicted with "What Is it?" said Jasar. depend mpon it, the cause of the diff"A dead man, I fear," I nnswered. The torches flared in the white faco iculty is kidney trouble, and the first step chould be towards the treatment of of my enemy. It roused him. organs. This unpleasant tho other," ho these importantto a diseased condition of "A better death than trouble is due groaned. the kidneys and bladder and not to a Jasar fell on his knees bcsldo him habit as most people suppose. and raised hlui,a little. Tho princess Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, stood at my side. and both need the same great remedy. "What other death?" said Jasar. "Ho said I should bo free if--if I The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It is sold killed him." oy druggists, in fitty-ce"Who said it? Speak, man!" and "He." And then enmo a sob. size bottles. You may man shivered a little, have a sample bottle Tho prostrate his limbs twitched for a moment, aud by mail free, also a then with one sudden thrusting out of pamphlet telling all his legs ho slipped from Jasar's arms UDOUl &VLmp-K00- t, lluu. ltulbi. including many of the thousands of testiaud lay still. monial letters received from sufferers I turned to look at tho princess. who found Swanip-Roo- t to be just the "You aro hurt," sho suld. needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer I answered, remedy 13inghamton,N. Y., be sure and "A scratch-nothin- g," & Co., yet I felt a dizziness creeping over me. mention this paper. Don't make any "Do you know him?" sho asked mistake, but raniember the name, Dr. sharply, pointing to the dead man. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the addrese, Sisgkamton, N. Y., on every bottle. "Ho." g, ot nt one-dollar time?" pause: "Did sho sny anything of mo?" I t tl.1 j "You were mentioned as my master, Grayson county and report his No, you were not n promthat was nil. inent feature of our conversation." next term of court. "And how long Is this to last?" 1 iwo claims 01 jonn r. Morton ;: asked, somewhat angrily. "A long lib for tax bocks and receipts ncss mnkc3 n man Irritable." "You'll oblige me by nsklng no quesCosts in the case of K. B. Blal tions. I'm on oath to n lady not to al on petition for Graded Com nnswor them.'" Jnsar wns my only hope, nnd ho kept lows: out of my wny. However, he came one morning nnd wns not In a hurry. H. M.Beard.county clerk's cest Ho expressed himself pleased nt my S. W. Bassett, deputy sheriff, appearance nnd suld he had conic to I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's cost have n long talk with me. Dennic Sherran, sheriff cost' Vegetable Compound "And will. I hope, nnswer my ques costs in tne case of M, E. Whl tions." Wnurlka. Okla. "I had female trou "Some of them, doubtless, but sovon years, was nil run down, hill, et al cn patltlon for new road bles for Sir VcrralJ. Hint might not bo anu so nervous I lowed as follows: could not do any. H. M. Beard, clerk's cost wise. Stay: we will have a quiet talk." thing. Tho doctors Ho spoko to O'ltyan nnd tho nurse, treated mo for dif Dennic Sheeran, sheriff's cost us nt once. who left ferent tilings but Harvle Simmons, viewer 3 days. "Who Is my nurse?" I asked. E. A. Moore, viewer 3 days did mo no good, "Ono of the Indies nttendlug upon cot so bad that Claim Dr. E. A. Lex, for holdtho princess. 'You nre growing well could not sleep day ing inquest, Carrie Pyles, alngaln. so It Is fair to sny that her or night. Wlillo in lowed highness inndc a good choice. It was this condition I read of Lydia E. Pink, Claim of Tom Bates for deliversuggested that I.ndy Aldrlda should ham's Vegotablo be sent to nurse you, but there were Compound, and ing ballot for November eleccircumstances which might hnvo made tion, 101O, allowed began its uso and the Indy an awkward nurse. No, 1 wroto to Mrs. Plnkham for advico. In Claim of S. E. Tucker for delivering ballot for November cannot tell you what tho circumstances a slprt tlmo I had gained my averngo wcignc anu am now strong ami wen.' were." election, 1010 Mrs. Sallie Stevens, No, "Why am I a prisoner hero? Has 8, Box 31, Waurika, Okla. P. D., Claim of Chas. Durham, allowVasca headed n revolution nnd been ed' for delivering ballot for- Another Grateful Wnnmn. successful?" Huntington, Mass. "1 was in a nerNovember election. 1010 "Had ho done so you would havo vous, run down condition andf or threo Claim of Mathias Shreswberry been no longer even n prisoner, But years could find no help. 1 allowed for supervisor of tax A I will save your questionings owo my present croort health to conic; "I E. book iti aays Pinkham's Vegetable Com nnd tell you what I can. You perhaps Lydia remember what the man who attacked pound anu jjiooa runner wiucn be- Claim of Orrln Hardin allowed lieve saved my lifo. you said when he wns dying?" for supervisor of tax book IS "My what helped 'That he should be free if ho killed and doesdoctor knows word against mo not say ono it." days me." Mrs. Mam Janette Bates, Box Claim of G. B. Cunninzham al "I Judged that was what ho meant," iiunungionvjnass. lowed for supervisor of tax said Jasar. "I tried to get him to tell Because your case is a difllcult one, book 13 days Ho doctors having done you no good, do more, but he died too qulekly. must have been deceived, for freedom not continue to suffer without giving Claim of Joe Glasscock allowed for supervisor of tax book 13 had already been granted to nil tho Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely has cured days Thereprisoners without conditions. many cases of female ills, such as infore. Sir Verrall, nn enemy has en flammation, ulceration, displacements, Claim of Chas. Blanford allow deavored to take your life, by the hand fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic ed for supervisor of tax book of this prisoner." pains, backache, that bearing-dow- n 13 days feeling, and wrvcv.s rotation, "And tne enemy?" I asked. Claim of Dr. P. H. Nevitt al "The man died before he could lowed for medical attention speak," Jnsar answered. to Mollie Ray's son .12 not sent Tor to nurso meT "But how did he pass tho guards nt "It was thought that sho would not Claim of Richard Perkins al the head of the staircase?" so good a nurse ns the ono you lowed (Itemized) to . which .. "As soon as your safety had been bo had. Sir Verrall not so patient and county attorney excepts and ,M looked after and you had been brought gentle. I know no more than that" prays lor an appeal 12( here her highness sent for tho men. The truth will perhaps never bo known. Claim of T. A. Gray allowed To be Cort'nued There wns treachery In our midst," Ja out of pauper fund sar continued. "The whole palaco was On motion of Judge Moorman awake at once, nnd even In the town moved that the Magistrates take there wns little sleep that night. Search steps as necessary to have a bi was made for the murderers In vain. school house instead of a frame is At the council next dny her highness follows: (see another article) did her utmost to probe the matter to Minutes read and approved tjic root ShecHt be understood that Of A Regular Term Of Fiscal L. L. Waggoner, JBQ she believed iT Treachery against herCourt Held At The Court self; that the assassin's dagger was InAt a Fiscal Court continued and a tended for her, and a Bhqutof loyalty House In Hardinsburg April in and for Breckenrldge County, . sti was, the nnswer. It rang In the rafters of Kentucky, at the Court Housa of tho council hall nnd found an echo 4, 1911 Hardinsburg on Wednesday, Apri In every street In the city. Then, Sir I9II. Present L. Iv. Waggoner, Jul marie you this well her Verrall and with the following named majjistrj At a meeting of the regular term of highness said that It was you who had saved tho life of the Sovereign, coming the Breckinridge county Fiscal Court, in the following district: G.A.Wni near to your own death In the act held in the courthouse in Breckenrldge 1st; Geo. Harris, 2nd; Sam Dix .1 There was no shout of praise. Sir Ver- county at Hardinsburg, Ky., April 4, Jno. Akers, 4th: Dan Quiggins 5th: . Whittinghill, 6th. rall. Almost a dead silence followed." 1011. "Her highness tried to throw her proPresent, Hon. L. L. Wagoner, Judge Claim of Bradley & Gilbert al tection over mo and failed," I said lowed with interest from 23rd of the Breckenrldge county court with quietly. May, I9IO the following magistrates: 'G. A. "She failed, yes. even worse than Wright, first district; Geo. N. Harris, Claim of Lee Walls Clerk's cost 1 failed, for the priests attacked you in Bradley and Gilbert case n fiercely for breaking their laws. They second district: Sam Dix,third dirtrict; allowed held that your advice had been proved John Akers fourth district; Dan Quig-gin- s, An order in regard to Hardinsbl worthless, since one of these prisoners fifth district; B. A. Whittinghill, and Cloverport turn pike, which . 1 had attempted to kill- the princess, nnd sixth district. mnny saw reason in their argument." McGlothlan&Haynes claim alread and carried as follows: Where "Did they say that they had been the Cloverport and Hardinsburg t lowed for house, fuel &c for mistaken In proclaiming mo tho expect-e- d $3.00 pike comDany has abandoned, its ti November election, 1010 knight?" pike between the town of Hardinsbi "The priests nre wiser than that. M. Hamman &Son claim aland Cloverport, and has failed tb ke lowed for Casket &c for ClarSir Cerrall," he answered. "They have 0.00 same in repair, and has not chVrj ence Hurt, a pauper ngaln. You were the knight, . studied toll on same for a period of four mora H M. Collinsworth, Coroner, but you have broken the laws of It Is ordered that the County Surv you havo angered the God allowed for holding in claim of roads take charge of said pike, ' who sent you, therefore you hnvo failquest &c Mrs. Pauline Quig-gin- s ed In your mission." 8 50 control the same, and keep it in pra . "Will they dispatch me then and repair for safe public travel, to al A. R. Kincheloe claim allowed wait for another knight?" I asked. which Hardinsburg and Cloverport for services as County Attor"There aro many ways. You might ject and pray an appeal to the Cir ney, Protem, Nov. 25, 1010, go to the mountains unexpectedly, as j 10.00 Court. and Jan. 12, 1911; two days from tho mountains you camo unexClaim 'of the Breckinridge J pectedly. But there Is n quicker way-de- ath Town ot Stephensport claim alNews allowed for printings q In the market place. They say lowed for furnishingCity hall proceedings of Fiscal Court 1 tho Lady Aldrlda fell In n swoon when per 6 days to hold court Claim of the Fourth Districther woman told her what the priests 0.00 day had decreed." Leader allowed for printing alwill end that folly nt least," Dr. L. B. Moremen claim "Death proceedings of Fiscal Court .! lowed for furnishing house 8 1 nnswered. " "And tho princess, are days to hold court, $1 per day 8.00 Claim of 11. M. Beard, fees as you her messenger to tell mo that the 2 allowed (itemized) clerk people's voice is too strong, their will M. Hammon&Son claim allowClaim of A. W. Wheeler, Poor too unanimous to resist? Well, I snld ed for furnishing casket &c House keeper allowed (item- - M my lifo was hers when she should ask 8.00 for Frank Eskridge,a pauper ized) Tho tlmo lias como quickly." it Jno. N. Akers claim allowed "My son, Illness has weakened you. Claim of C. A. Tucker, D.S.al-- ' '4 Spring-gat- e nave you no deslro left to cut a path holding inquest John lowed (itemized) 8.10 through those enemies of yours and of Claim of G. D. Shellman alBradley & Gilbert Co.claim alhers?" lowed (itemized) lowed for binding Assesors . "Her will Is my law," I replied. alG.iO Claim of Ed F. Alexander book, express &c "What is her will?" lowed (two allowed together) "That sho must tell you. You Bradley Gilbert Co. claim alMoved and seconded that the ask why you nro n prisoner here. lowed for ballots, supplies &c Without these walls dangers In crowds for November election, I9IO 7I.85 for the year, 1011, be divided asj lows: stand awaiting you. Only now nre Cloverport Foundry and MaJs you regaining strength; only now nro 12 cents for roads and, 12 chine Co. claim allowed for you ngaln becoming the knight who for bridges. furnishing booth at Cloverport withstood Count Vnsca In the . lists Ordered that M. H. Beard, 1 10.60 precinct No. and fought so vnllnntly yonder before Ordered that Dr. J. E. Kincheloe ap- Dowell and H. DcH. Moorman You havo been n child, Yadasarn. muttering In your sleep, too weak to pointed as County Health officer, is they are empowered to buy a Bur lift an arm to defend yourself. So here by satisfied and confirmed his term Adding Machine from Burrough'i for your own safety you havo been of olllce to date from October 5, 1010, ding Machine Company and when; a prisoner." and his salary fixed at $7s per annum. is received and approved by said "Muttering in my sleep? What did I Squire Dlx and Akers appointed to mlttee, the clerk will draw a v speak of?" for 1375.00 payable to said com "Of many things strango to me, of investigate addihg machine and report Claim of Lee Walls allowed April 5, I9II. soino I cannot tell you. But tho prin- Wednesday, (Itemized) cess choso your nurse. Your words Claim A. J. Dye for notifying Claim of Dr. J. E. Kincheloe 174 raised lists at 50 cents aro known only to her, to tho princess allowed (itemized) 87.OO and to myself." each Claim of Sam Bassett, D.S. al"Toll me ono thing," I said as ho Claim of Dr. J. A. Sandbach allowed, fees as sherill rose to go. "Sxiko I of the 'princess lowed for medical service In my delirium?" Resolved by the Fiscal and medicine furnished. Mrs. "Yes, Her liuino wns sometimes on Breckinridge county that we 10.35 Abe Whltworth your lips." It is ordered that Poor House Com- approve the action of Father K "Did tho princess hear iiil'!"( missioner only make one report yearly citizens in the vicinity of Mi "I do not know." their public spirit in endeav and that to be at the October term. "At least sho wns told?" improve the conditions' of th Is ordered that the Road and Bridge "Perhaps." It Continued' on pace 7 "Is. .tbit wliy the Lady Aldrlda was Commissioner to Hornbaek's Mill and AFTER 7 YEARS I SUFFERING nll-r-a- It i ,j ' - Dras-senlan- d. atl - fj. Cotulnueil fiOttl p'tfe 6 in that locality. We Indorse the they have taken and commend as being pub Ic spirited citizens, (Ne especially recognise and appre the Industry of Father Knue In respect. Resolved futher that this utlon be spread upon the records court and a copy be milled to r Knue.and amount of'money he may now have on hand, to pay the sheriff the said sum. It further appearing that the sheriff has In his hands the um of $543 28 belonging to the Pauper Fund, he is now ordered and directed to pay the said amount to the Commissioner and Receiver of this county who shall audit the stame to the General Expense and Emergency Fund. And It further appearing from said settlement that the that they be publish the Leader and News. ved and seconded that a Super- of Roads be elected In Breckln-count- y Which motion carried, the stood ,19 follows: A Wrleht for Mat Shrewsberrv. rge Harris for Mat Shrewsberry. m Dlx for Mat Shrewsberry. n Akers for Pal Garner. n Quiggins for Pal Gamer A. Whlttinghill for Pal Garner. bdge Waggoner casts the deciding and votes for Pal Garner. And is declared elected to the ofllce of rvlsor of Roads and Bridges for o two years. pved and seconded Supervisor name own deputies or sub supervisors the e on same being a tie. The Judge ts deciding vote and rules the Sup visor shall choose the subs with the Isjnco of the Magistrates. eportot vviuiam Am, commission and Receiver of Breckenridge county ax ivpru 0, iiuu, 10 ivpru 5, iwn, and ordered that Squires,, George rrls and G. A. Wright.a committee look into report, and report on same fiurtday morning. alrrrof George Harris allow ed for holding inquest and 7.50 summoning jury on infant aim of 0. DeHaven allowed for meals furnished Common0.33 wealth prisoners Moved and seconded that the Super- sor of Roads of Breckenridge county, ti ake a report of all moneys that come to his hands or collected from any Imrce including taxes collected from l&linquents and any District Supervisor nder him and shall make said report each term of April Court. It is ordered that Squires B. A. Whit nghlll and Dan Quiggins investigate e books of the Road Supervisor. This day came the Commissioners H. Beard and John P. Haswell, Jr., and iscal Court Committee John N. Akers od'S. H. Dix heretofore appointed to ake a settlement with the sheriff and roduce to the court settlements with ennle Sheeran, Sheriff, for taxes due or the year I9IO, which were examined md approved by the court and ordered o record. It is ordered by the court that the retain in his hands the sura of '.dl.jS the amount due the Road Fund f the Second district; also the sum of J128.44 the amount due the Road Fuud )f the Third district; also the sum of )249.04 the amount due the Road Fund or the Fourth district; also the sum of 37i82 the amount due the Road Fund of .he Fifth district; also the sum of $67.83 :he amount due the Road Fund of the jjixth district, and he shall be charged tvlth these several amounts in his next settlement. And it appearing that the sheriff has overpaid the Road Fund of the First district in the sum of 548 4'.' it is ordered that he be credited by said amount of $48. 42 In his next settlement. It also appearing that the.sheriff his overpaid the General Expense Fund in the' sum of $1,531.90 the Commissioner and Receiver, Win, Ahl, is now ordered anaairectcu 10 pay tnesnerin mat sum of money; and if necessary, he is authorized and directed to borrow a suflici- Sheriff missioner and Receiver, hereby beg leave to report the same correct as far as we are able to ascertain. This the 5th day of April, 1011. G. A. Wright, Paris Offers Skirt That Is Like Geo. Harris. Whertupon came Justice Harris and Man's Raiment. moved the court, seconded bv Justice Akers that said report be approved and ordered to record, Said motion was GARMENT SEEN IN NEW YORK. unanimously carried and made the order of this court. Said report Is In Women Wear Curious Garb In Street, sheriff has In Ills hands the s m of belonging to the Sinking Fund, word and figures as follows: nd Men Hoot at Them Hardly Amount paid out of General Expense he is now ordered and directed to pay Likely to Become Popular Until said sum to the Commissioner and Re- Fund by William Ahl, Commissioner Aeroplanes Become Common Statuceiver, who shall at once apply same on and Receiver, for Breckenridge county, ettes as Table Decorations. the bonded indebtedness of the county. from ArpllTJ, 1010, to April, 1911. Now York. Tuesday. It further appearing from said settle- Voucher No. 1, Horace Riley, Denr Elsa What do you think of tne 20 00 $ ment that the therlff has In his hands receipt trousers skirt? the sum of f3, 761,82 belonging to the Voucher No. 2, Milt Miller, S. It's no uso turning up your nose, my B. C. receipt 433 53 Road and Bridge Fund, he Is now dear, nnd refusing to notice it It's ordered and directed to pay the said Voucher No. 3, Milt Miller, S. really and truly bore In all sizes from B. C. receipt 00 72 sum to.the Commissioner and Receiver, 32 to 42, nnd the other day one of tho who is directed to pay the same on the Voucher No. 4, Wm. J. Hall, shops held a sale In nil colors nt $20.73. 1 33 receipt bridge bonds, due from the county. If you see n crowd of men looking Commissioner and Receiver are Voucher No. 5, Paul Corapton The Into n dry goods store window bo suro ' 1.234 3O directed to keep said funds separate and receipt there's n trousers skirt displayed on a distinct from all other funds In his Voucner No. 6, Bank of Harsimpering wnx tlguro inside, nnd you dinsburg & Trust Co. ReBut, the Commissioner and hands. ought to hear tho men giggle. I never 18 70 ceipt Receiver shall retain in his hands at heard men glgglo until this spring, and Sinking Fund, a Voucher No. 7, Bank of Harthis time out of the the trousers skirt Is tho cause. dinsburg & Trust Co. Resufficient amount to pay the interest as The picture I am sending you was Inceipt , 20 00 taken In Paris nt the Autcull races. it falls due, on the entire bonded Voucher No. 8, J. P. Haswell, debtedness the county. The Frenchwomen nro a lot moro dar20 00 ing than we are. nnd their trousers Sr., receipt Minutes read and approved Voucher No. 9, Bank of Harskirts are no 'divided compromises, but L. L. Waggoner, J. B C. are real "pants." ns you can sec. Tho dinsburg & Trust Co. ReAt a Breckenridge County Fiscal 38 80 only difference seems to bo that they ceipt Court continued and held in and for are a little baggy ns to seat nnd havo Breckenridge county at the Court house Voucher No. 10, Bank of Hara funny little npron contrivance in dinsburg & Trust, Co. Re- in Hardinsburg, Ky., on April 6, 1911. front nnd In back, of which the mud ceipt 20 00 makes Present, Hon. L. L. Waggoner, Judge short work. Imagine walking presiding, and the following Justices cf Voucher tNo. 11, A. J. Board down an American street in ono of 2 00 these freak costumes. receipt the Peace: George Harris, J. N. Akers, B. A. Whlttinghill, G. A. Wright, Sam Voucher No. 12, C. M. Hes-toBut that's just what tho girls did 1 00 right here In this town not long ago. Dlx. Dan Quiggins, being all the Jusreceipt They walked down Fifth avenuo to- tices in Commission. Voucher No. 13, J. P. Has20 00 well, Sr., receipt This day came John P. Haswell, Jr., Commissioner in and for the Rail Road Voucher No. 14, W. J. Hall, 15 00 tax district, and filed his report as said receipt Commissioner, which report is in words Voucher No. I5, A. J. (Board and figures as follows, receipt 75 To the Hon. Judge of the Brecken- Voucher No. 16, Horace Riley ridge County Court, the undersigned, 20 00 receipt your commissioner, for the rail road tax Voucher No. I7, Paul Corapdistrict of Breckenridge county respectton, receipt 79.40 e, fully submits the following report, of Voucher No. IS, J. W. 1 57 the funds received and disbursed by receipt him since his appointment as such Com- Voucher No. 10, Lee Bishop, missioner in April, I9IO. 35 3O receipt 1010. June I7. To amount reVoucher No. 20, T. Zaddie 15 00 ceived from Milt Miller, Allen, receipt ' ft .It being the amount Voucher No. 21, W. J. Hall, dbe this fund as shown by his 20 00 receipt $3,227 S4 Voucher No. 22, Horace Riley settlement (See his last settlement) 20 00 receipt 1910. Dec. 31. To amount reVoucher No. 23, J. P. Haswell 12 15 ceived from Dennie Sheeran, Jr., receipt ' 78.OO Voucher No. 24, Iroquois Mfg S. B.C. , 32 63 1911. Jan. 4. To amount reCo., receipt ceived from Oennie Sheeran Voucher No. 25,Heston Whit-wort- h 84 64 & Co., receipt S. B. C. 57.73 Voucher No 20, Roscoe I9II. April 5. To amount re12 S5 receipt ceived from Dennie Sheeran. S. B.C. balance due from him Voucher No. 27, Paul Comp-ton- , n, to-w- lt: Kin-cneloEsk.-ridge, TROUSERS NEXT. Louisville, Henderson & TIME TABLE 147 Otiiy St. Louis Ry. 146 142 TI2 35 12 ' Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910 H5 Dally 0 ui pm 4 143 HI Only Dlly 40 14 STATIONS Lv ... . . 144 I w It 17 pm 3 40 um ffl 09 10 14 "n 21 ft 10 01 00 .. f5 fi ft ft ft 5 SI ft 23 31 f 23 fit 30 37 43 0 52 6 5!) 8 OS f9 f B 31 40 no C9 54 04 19 STITRd KATIIKYNWEST POINT IIOWAUD .. IIAUTLKS ...KOCK liAVtsN. ..long lutANcii bKAN OKMIL'KU .. .. -. . . . . 3TICA WIIKKttV HIXHOKK MKUOKA. . . .. Af Dally DiHy Dally 7 14 am 12 5 pm rJopm fit 12 fa 3tl 6 29 148 Dill . f 13 13 10 43 915-0- 10 13 fit 31 (II 3!) fit 44 (10 0 11 m 11 20 fd 50 fl 5S f7 02 t7 04 7 15 37 f7 43 f7 50 7 59 H 05 14 fi 24 "8 no no no 11 . 27 37 48 " 10 44 flO 54 00 13 ... STElMIEtSSl'OKT ADDISON IIOI.T ULOVEWOKT . -- ..I.OIHIJKO MVSTIO f AMPLE OLSTON lltVINOTON WMISTER . EKKO.V 5 48 . . fll ni fll fll II fll 1 li7 ri2 01 1: Ml f" Oi f 0 fil fil W fl) 02 Ml 54 4i) 41 45 37 2l 21 (11 13 (10 47 flO 38 33 0 25 0 IS 0 Oi 01 5 41 II 05 in m 10 I fin n 5 51 42 15 31 ft flO 23 flO 09 no 0 V 55 1014 ft (5 10 22 5 14 Oi fins"' M 21 fl) (l! 11 41 ffsT 7 62T 32 40 a 45 5.1 II (11 37 h"i"49 1210pm ... ... !IA)VF.SVIIjLE I'ETIME A DA I It LEWIWl'ORT -- WAITMAN PATES DUTCH OWENSIIOUO . mvi'a SKIL.LMAN 4 57 ft 4 57 4 3! 8 15 03 52 45 37 89 23 4 38 fi' 40 9 31 f9 25 f!) Ti 7 20 Ufl 9 12 17 03 MACEO U 8 . '" if (4 04 f7 f7 7 f7 7 "? 13" " 12 33 im fi 3 50 58 4t) IS f7 04 "35" 40 49 53 ti 57 f! 03 C9 10 8 tS M 19 1(1 . . fis'sf" 1 1 30 55 7 40am 9 18 f9 21 9 42 10 15 105 1 31) 7 40pm MATTINOLY .. .. OHIFKITH .. . STANLY .. NEWMAN HEED HEALS .. ..SPOTTSVILLE .. . HASKETT . . HENDERSON ... EVANSVILLE ST. LOUIS CON WAV fi' 35" f & 23" '3 is" "g fi fi ,... 3 00 1 35 9 Hi 10 li 10 fi 04 f7 59 7 50 7 52 7 Ti'iT f3 11 f3 07 f;4i M 8 M2f) ft) 21 37 34 ti It 39 00 pm 7 10 am 3 a 8 13 8 Oil 55 5 2 30 34 um 55pm "f" Stops on Signal. Where no time shown trains donot stop. Trains 145 and 146 carry free reclining chair cirs between Louisville and St, Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Throuirh Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louis. No. I4I will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers frc at west of Cloverport. Hartford Line West Bound Second Class No. 9 No. 7 Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle FlrstClass No. 118 Iiast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 First Cluss No. 112 STATIONS Mixed Duly 0 45pm NI 55 7 09 f7 20 s7 23 s7 34 Frels't Daily ex-d- -u Puss. Dally n Pass. .Dally e.x-su- u Sund'y Only r 9 35 lOOOtm 12 00 53 40 39 30 22 10 05 00 54 50 45 35 Dally n Kretjf't Dally t. 8 15am 8 30 8 55 9 2(5 1) 31) 5l tS f7 50 f7 57 10 s.8 19 9 9 10 10 10 10 tO 58 13 Lv..IKVINOTONAr ..iiasiin Sl'ltlu.. (Ja iiui pr i HARNED llTNfU'll-lV .II A It DINSBURG .. Sl20lpm .JUNCTION 11 IOjui fll li sit 35 fll 40 sn 43 sll 54 . fS 21 f8 30 f8 34 W 42 25 43 53 11 00 11 10 11 20 sis 27 sl2 30 fl2'40 s fl2 45 fl2 50 f 13 tfi 1 fl2 03 f 12 15 . !s S 49 It 11 30 as 55pm 00 11 50 nn GLEN DEAN .. s 8 45 DEMPSTER ... s 8 30 .. ROCKVALE ...... t ! 33 ... VAN.ANT .. f 8 27 r 8 24 AoK'INS .. OAKS f 8 18 . ..ELLJ1ITCII. s 3 13am McOUADY KIRK . f s f s s s 1010am b 51 3S 9 20 9 22 9U 9 11 1 9 03 s t s f S 9 9 M8 3 88 f8 4 loim f 3 15 s 2 52 f 2 37 S 2 30 S 11 10 10 10 lOgn 50 31 15 10 01 51 43 30 31 20 23 15 10 05 2 15 10 10 . . f 8 5(1 s 8 S s 2 05 f 1 55 f 1 47 S1 35 8 3 30 Ar EARL'UTON .Lv Foitusvir t v .. s f8 f7 f7 f7 "5 4 5 7 k 1 00 7 30m 12 SCpm s s f f f 1 1 2i 23 1 17 1 13 1 05 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 BOUND wesT Between Dempster and Falls of Rouh. Class 27 Passenger Dally BAST UOUND Second Class First Ulasi First TIAIE TABLE Clasi First Class 26 Flrt fortaxesfor the year, 1910 $4,007.37 receipt Voucher No.' 2S, R. G. Gardi- 11 70 Jl Mixed This Time Table went 25 24 Into effect Sunday. June Passenger 19. 1910. at 11:59 p m Passenger Dally Except Suuday 8 40 9 00 11 Second Class 32 Mixed Passenger I) $8,066 31 Total Credits 30. By amount paid I9IO. June Bank of Hardinsburg&Trust Comnauy'for six months interest on 45 outstanding bonds 1,350.00 By amount 1910. Dec. 3I. paid Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company for six months interest on 45 outstanding bonds 1910. ner, receipt Voucher Bank, Voucher Bank, Voucher No. 29, First State 3 80 14 50 stud 1 1 Monday. WeUn'atl'y 2 Except hrld'y isunday Only p is p in 12 Ui 12 30 u in 50 p tu STATIONS I Dally .Except Sunday s 35 15 il II receipt No. receipt lly Wedn'sd'y Except (una Frld'y Sunday only ,2 :i.jp 12 p 111 111 Monday, 30, Farmers 20 00 am m ALL I'E ISTER 111 111 Or 1(0 (.'OH 2 0' p m 1 4i p m No. 31, W. J. Hall, 20 00 2 5O receipt Voucher No. '33, Anderson Pool, receipt Voucher No. 33,Heston Whit-wort- h & Co. , receipt Voucher No. 34, Roscoe Esk-ridge, Real Estate Department EX-- 1,3'0 00 By 73 70 00 s Nurse Says: "I know what is good for young and old peo- Ble;" writes Mrs. Clara a trained nurse Bellingham, South of Wash., "and will say that 1 consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves, their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I received great benefit" .K51 ?Jake CARDUI trict. Whereupon Justice Akers seconded by Justice Whlttinghill moved to receive said re'port and that same be approved and recorded which motion carried and it is made the order of this court. It is further ordered by the court that Justices Whlttinghill and Quiggins be and they are hereby appointed a committee to destroy the bond No. 3S which was paid off by Commissioner Haswell 5 by orMilt Miller, No. 30, Anderson 57 78 Voucher der of Court 15 00 Pool receipt' 1911. July 6. By amount paid Voucher No. 36, Lester Pool, 1,000 00 for Bond. No. 3S receipt 250 4.908 153 By balance in my hands Voucher No. 37, Heston, Whit-wort27 85 & Co., receipt 58,060 3I Total Voucner No. 3S, Bank of Har-- . . This settlment shows that there is now dinsburg & Trust Co., rein hands of the Commissioner the sum 20 00 ceipt of$4,90S.53 of thisamount $4,907.37 was Voucher No. 39, W. J. Hall, on yesterday, the 0th day of April, 1011, 20 00 there is now 14 bonds outstanding, and receipt Respectfully Submitted, he asks the advice and direction of the Wm. Ahl,' court as to how the balance in his hands Commissioner and Receiver of BreckThe interest on all shall be applied. outstanding bonds, has been paid up to enridge county. Amount paid out of Sinking Fund by the 1st day of January, I9II All of which is respectfully reported William Ahl, Commissioner nnd Reand submitted. This the 6th day of ceiver of Breckenridge county, from April 5, I9IO. to April I9U. April, 1911. Voucher No. 1, Mrs. Bertha John P. Haswell, Jr. McGary, receipt for Inter Commissioner for Rail Road Tax Dis12 00 est on bond No 11 h Dec3l. amount paid receipt ONE MODEL OP THE TltOUSEItS BKIUT, (Continued next week.) Is there anything in ullthis world that more importance to you than good digestion? Pood must be eaten to sustain life and must be digested and converted iuto blood. Wheu the digestion Is of fails the whole body suffers. Chamber- The Woman's Tonic As a medicine for female trouble, no medicine you can get has' the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui is the best, because it is a woman's tonic. Pure, gentle, safe, re liable, iry caraui. and reported by him, whereupon came the said committee and destroyed said bond in open court. It is further ordered by the court that John P. Haswell, Jr., Commissioner aforesaid shall out of funds now in his hands pay the interest on the outstanding bonds as it On July 1, may become due 101 J, and he is further ordered and directed to call toaav and pay off three other bonds and report his actions at this court. Came the Committee heretofore appointed to examine the report of Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and Receiver for Breckenridge County and filed the following report: We, the undersigned Committee, appointed to examine the report of Com to-w- it: sntln has certnlnly mado a hit. The. heavier weight has boon worn nil winter, and now the lighter weaves arc nil the rage this Nothing dressier enn bo spring. dealers. found thnn tho short, straight little coat of satin with its rnolro collar and tho straight, rather narrow skirt NOTICE with its band around tho bottom. Notice is hereby given that the firm The beauty of these satin suits, Elsa. of Seaton & Weatherholt, composed of Is that you can wear them without J. D. Seaton and Marion Weatherholt, a coat If you match them to n chifof Cloverport, Ky., has been dissolved fon blouse trimmed with satin bands, nnd they are nlwnys dressy, which is by mutual content. not tho case with a cloth skirt and e Marlon Weatherholt will continue laco or lingerie waist, no matter how the business under his own ninne and fine. takes over all the assetts and assumes naif tho fads wo women aro guilt? all the liabilities of the dissolved firm. of start during Lent, ?!fis the social This the 21st day of April, 1011. J. D, whirl Is at a standstill and wo have plenty of time on our bands, For io 9 Seaton; Marlon Weatherholt. Wool backed- lain's Tablets are rational and reliable cure for indigestion. They increuse the flow of bile, purify the blood, strengthen the stomach, and tone up the whoe digestive apparatus to a uutural and healthy action. For sale by all street until the ward Forty-seconcrowd forced them to take n cab. Then they tried it on Broadway, and the crowd hooted them so they were glad to And shelter In another cab. American men will give the vote to their wives nnd daughters sooner than they will allow them to borrow their clothes, I can tell you. Tho only possible use 1 can see for tho trousers skirt is for outing, nioun-tnlclimbing purposes, etc. I have seen some models which, when the wearer was in repose, fell together nfter the manucr of ordinary skirts, and they were not half bad for' this sort of thing. I'll tell you the only chance we women will ever have to wear trousers will be when wo own nn aeroplane. Then when you see a woman in kickers you will merely say. "Oh. Bho lias Just come off her aeroplnuo!" Trousers aerial costumes will be ns common as riding habits nro now. Rut until the day of aerial transportation 1 nm afraid woman will havo to bo satisfied with her little old skirt. women whose tho Nearly . all thoughts are not turned toward trousers are interested In tho new d n you to buy farm or business ' If you do you find just what you need in this department. Jf you aro interestlimy ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner's name- and address. If none of these places srtityou, write us at once telling us you you and let and us introduce you to the man who has tlievcry yoai Do want 11 what want where are looking for. want it property AVe recommend and fair in price. the following properties as being productive or. business? 2 If yon for your property, send price and description at ones and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabling buyers and sollers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales want cash .i: Do You Want to Sell your farm Jno. ROfl Uard--Pryyj D. Babbage. satin suits. 87 uirou. 3H miles north of ing; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomt lnsliurit. near the llrandeiiljtiri; goou siaom; 3 touacco uarns;;i tenant nouses. road. Nell watered, plentvof timber fur 1'ienty of good timber for farm nuroosesi Improvements. Double Lo house, small ,uiru 1UUU iu tlL'Uf. i riLui.,uwn cusu. stable. Good rich land. Hue for It jrley tobacco. Terms easy. For further Information write Jno. D. lUbbage, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SaLE a farm containing 250 acresand under fonco. A nice cottage cf are 15 rooms, two cUtums, 11 walled cellar with a store room over It, two goo J stock barns t HO acrps, 2 miles from Guston, $1 house; about 40,OUU 3 ,niius from irvlnjjton; well one tenant pears, quinces 5J0 apple and peach watered: lays wed; Kood younj; orchard; Rood trees, also of small fruits,and apricots;a most all kinds lncludlug nice tlmlcr;on rur.il route school house few yards vluyard of choicest grapes; 200 acres cleared, fro n house: Improvements: (rood four room balance In woods, ltt acres In grass, serarl dwelling with kitchen on back porch: two groves of black locust sulliclont for posts tc BOod IjArns; D.trn 1111U teuunt houso und ciswire farm tern back. In the Jleld; meat and hen house; on L.the wholu L. R. In. It lies near Ekron R. price Is iJ.OOO uc wood shed; will sol) 011 easy payments; plenty lung II. fc St. and easy payments. of soiull fruit. Further particulars address J 110. D. llubbase. Cloverport, Ky, FOR SALE A splendid stand for u druggist physician hi a good town surrounded by good, prosperous farmers. This ts Jum ,,or m ucrosfourmliesjwestof tho place for some young physician to step Olendoane, 3 miles from branch Iuto a good pracilco ami a good drug business. railroad; nil fresh laudi 100 acres In cultiva- An old established physician wants to retire tion; 50 acres lu grass; will produce tho best Is tho reason for soiling. For further particcorn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood ; ulars address JNO. D. llAltHAGK, Cloverplenty lastlug water, well at door of dwell port. ICv. 100 nnn Tik- ?K Cv- - CC-- I RURAL TELEPHONES! Mr. Farmer, aro you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and havo him explain tho special "Farmers Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND : CiKN.- - K 5 TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY -u II O II , MOHC tend the fifth annual Educational ConIOI . IOC CD ( and Convocation of Superin ference tendents at Bowlln? Green, which is Hell Crockett has returned in session the 3, 4 and 5. Miss Orn J. Itnleish Meador, of Variant, has to Hawesvlllc. County Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hrooks have re been appointed a member of the Hose Outfit consists of 50 ft. host Board of Examiners to take the place rubber hose, com turned from Equality, III. plete on narawooa none nose reel ofC. M. Payne, who Is teaching in Mrs. Wm. Lewis, who has been spend at Tho genuine Philadelphia Lawn Mower. We need but Arkansas. ing some time in Cloverport with Mrs to call attention to tho ninny styles of Lawn Mowers carried The examination for graduation will Harry Morrison, has returned. in stock which are adapted to any use and cannot fail to sup be held here Friday and Saturday, May H. C. Krcbs was in Louisville last 12 and 13, under the supervision of ply every lawn mower need. Prices ranco from week. $3.98 to Supt. Drlskell and Examiner Meador. The mluistcrs of this place art mak Examiner Ater will hold the examinMado from well seasoned, kiln-drie- d lumber, freo front Bali-Beari- ng lag plans to hold a union meeting ation at Irvington at the same date. . l doors made aainaging imporiectioiis. inch longer audi at this place either in July or August One week later the examination for a trifle wider than regular ssizn to allow for trimming; squat features which should With many now and and continuing for three weeks. The teachers will be held here. mortised tenoned joints throughout making tho strongest bo of interest to you. rriccs range from .fD.OO exact date has not been set The Rev. T. 0. Lewis, Jthe Hardinsburg jewel and best construction possible. All doors 1 inch thicks to Walt Holcomb, of Nashville, Tenn., er, repairs watches, clocks and Jewelry. walnut stained, 1 panel door, size 3x7 ft. .$1.25 to $1.50:5 will do the preaching. Licenses were issued to the following s'zo z rt. iu m. x tt. $1.15 to .$1.40. .Natural finished 4 pan-- i Miss Katie Mussclnian, who has been couples: V. W. Brookshire and Es- uuurs, sizes z n. iutin. x t re. price $i.i" jji visiting Mrs. Jno. Musselman, has re- tell May Tinder, of Kiugswood; Cuba jj Every piece of garden hose is guaranteed. Our special turned to Louisville. Vandergrlft and Mary Anderson, both Miss Annie Lee Uishoff, of Hardlns-bur- of Breckinridge county; Robert Erust, Guaranteed to have perfect adjustment. Material used in frames is best finished in oil. CI.OSBI) and Miss Fannie Lupton, of St. of Jefferson, county, and Mrs. Lucy R. '1'IIICE HIOH Ol'Eti CEOSEI) HIOII OPEN PUIOE 21 in . Louis, Mo., were the week end guests Horsly, of Hardinsburg; James H. 33 in 24 in . 29c 30 in 23 in 37 in , , 43o. 23 in of Miss Bessie Foote at her country King and Jennie Bowman, both of 24 in 37 in 2fi in 33c 32 in 4fi in Jfi 23 in 28 in homo near here. 37 in 3G in 35c 29 in 45 in Glen Dean. 55c 21 in 30 in 33 in 39c Miss Lula Lockard, who has been ill jeweller, spent a few T. C.Lcwis,the for the past ten days is improving. days In Owensboro last week. Railroad fares. rebted to out of town customer at our store 4th & Walnut Mrs. Julia Clarkson and daughter, THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Incorporated Mrs William Hensley went to Louis Mail orders carefully and promptly filled. On all purchases tothe Mrs. H. H. Kemper, of Minot, N. D., ville last week for a few days visit. of $5 00 or more, forwarding charges will be prepaid within 200 will arrive the first of June fona visit to miles of Louisville. Louisville, Geo. W. Evans has begun additions Big Spring, after which they will be the to his handsome residence on Louisville in )oc hoc HOI guests of friends here. street, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook and two Mrs. John Shaw went to Louisville little daughters have returned home has taken from the home of Ed. L. For, Saturday returning Sunday night. after spending the week end with relahis wife. Mrs. Fox had been in poor "Bread baking success Is guaranteed , : tives at Union Star. ,health for some time with a complica il if you use the Lewliport BEST Flour." Miss Claire Jolly after being in Loution of diseases and was a great sufferer Sold by J. II. Gardner. isville for a few days as the guest of yet did not murmur, for she felt that It was God's will. She has a host of friends Miss Laura Chambers, returned Friday. who will miss her sadly. She was a Miss Irene Martin left for Owens-bor- o GUST0N. good neighbor, a Christian and a Saturday on account of ill health. mother to the homeless. Surely It can Miss Martin has charge of the Primary Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, of Irving-ton- , be said of her, "She hath done what Department in the Irvington College visited here Sunday. she could." and will return to take up her duties Mr. G. E. Kagln, after a visit to reas soon as she feels better. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French were in latives, returned to Frankfort Wednes- Louisville a few days last week. Soldiers Drilling at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis "They Walk on Stars, So Can You." Mrs. Chas. Drury and Miss Carrie D. day. were in Louisville last week. S. H. Dix spent a few days last week Frakes Raymond Durbin is able to be out In In Lexington with his son, Hewitt. Mrs. Luther Wilson is spending this town after a severe attack of meas-el- s. Henry Shlvely, cf Owensboro, has week in Lewisport as the guest of her sister-in-laMrs. Walker Brown. been spending a few days here with his Mrs. Frank Tompson and children, son, Dr. Geo. Shively. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hook are at home are visiting her parents at Stephens-por- t. R. A. Smith returned from Louisville after a brief visit to friends In Garfield Sunday. and Hardinsburg. Mrs. Kate Chllds was confined to her Mrs. A. D. Pulliam has returned from Mrs. P. J. Petitt and son, Roy, atroom several days last week with an tended the funeral of Mrs. Ed. Fox Evansville. attack of indigestion. Friday. Mrs. T. W. McGlothlan and Mrs. Mary Coleman and Mrs. E. L. Miss Corine Conn is visiting relatives Eva and Mabel McGlothlan, Smith attended the fifth Sunday meet-In- ? in Louisville. have returned from Louisville. . at Bewleyville. Schopp has returned from Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hotel and little Mrs. W. J. Tne little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Louisville accompanied by her brother, baby came down from Louisville last Cain, of Ekron, was buried at the An- Mr Blitz. week to visit Mrs. E. F. Alexander. derson Cemetery Friday afternoon. Mrs. W.J. Piggott returned Saturday Mrs. Thomoson. and children, of Mr. Gus W. Richardson's family Guston, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. from St Louis. have moved back to their farm near Thompson. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen.of Louisville, $589,-873.7- 5. here. is here. W. J. Schopp was in Hardisburg Messrs. Oscar Rice, Joe Board.Robt. Monday on business. Mr. and' Mrs. Chas. Charjin are exCox and Dr. Baxter and son, went to pected home this week from Louisville Louisville Saturday and attended the Albert Petitt, of Tell City, is papering where they visited Mr. and Mrs. D F. circus. at E. H. Miller's home. Spradlin. Mrs. Carl Armstrong and sister, of Several of our citizens were summonweek Miss Johnnie Mattingly came up la?t to appear Sample, were in town one day last ed to Brandenburg Monday Sunday from Owensboro and is visiting buying hats and were guests of Mrs. as witnesses in the Lyons suit against E. H. Miller. her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Crider, be- the railroad. fore returning to Glen Dean. Bread baking is guaranteed a success Jim Jolly went to sample Sunday BEST Flour. Mrs. Albert Marshall is vi.siting hrr' by his if you use Lewisport and was accompanied home parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Payne, daughter, Mrs. Weidman. near Bewleyville. Quiet a number of lawyers were in Mr and Mrs. Holbrook, of Chicago, town Sunday. ware guests of Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Frank Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Alex "Bread Imkitis? is (junranteeda succe-Hawes last week. Ahl Ella Leaf, Mamie Polk, Ruth if wm use the Lewisport BUST Flour". Mrs. Kincheloe, of Madisonville, will Weatherholt and Ethel Ahl attended give a recital at tne Irvinton Colleae the high and common school commencement at Rome Friday night. on Friday evening, May IS, .under the L0DIBURG auspices of the Women's Home aid Born to the wife of Walter Weather-holtForeign Missionary Society of the April 23, a girl. They named her V. H. Hardin, of Owensboro, has Methodist church of this city. Mrs. Lilly. Kincheloe comes highly recommended been the guest of A. M. Hardin. Rev. N. Gabbard, of Troy, preached Mr. and Mrs. Ater, of Irvington, are as an entertainer and a women of perSaturday night; Sunday a. m. and p. i There will be some of visiting relatives In Louisville. sonal charm m. at the Baptist church. our local talent used. Every body is Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Avltt, of RayMrs. Conrad Simons was In Canne'ton invited to come and there will be a mond, attended the funeral of Mrs. Friday, shopping. small admission fee. Avitt's sister", Mrs. Mattie Armes, of The Tax Assessor, Groves, is very The Misses Matheney, of Cloverpoit, Wesley Chappel last Friday. busy Ir. The Bottom. were visitors of Miss Laura Hale and l.on Ray, whom Dr. Allen of Andy-villMrs Graham Polk and daughter, Miss Litetia Chapin this week. was taken to Louisville some from Decatur, apendi-cltls- , Verda, have returned Mrs. Jas. Bolln and daughter left last time ago to be operated on for 111., where they have been visiting Is at noma and is allright. Friday for Fordsville ior a visit to reMrs Polk's daughter, Mrs. John Van latives. Byron Cart, of Union Star,mail clerk Conia. "Bread baking is cuaranteed to be a on the L. H. & St. L. R. R., was at Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Leaf have rented success if you use Lewisport BEST home last Sunday. the property of Duddie Beavin, out on flour." Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shelman.of Holt the hill and will move soon. were the guests of A.Dutschke Sunday. N. B. Sanders is repairing the resideCharlie Macy was at Hardinsburg nce of Chas. Cox, this week. HARDINSBURG IRVINGTON. Spring House Furnishing Needs Lawn Mowers $9.00 z2oxno- - . . loi screen uoors il Mowers to i $9,00 Garden Hose . r g, Extension Window Screens: Kentucky Uncle Sam Again Increases His daugh-ters.Miss- 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 T0BINSP0RT 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 $656 748 75 , 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. Y No substitutes for leather are. ever used in any "Star e, Mrs. llettio Tompson, of Louisville, arrived last week for a visit of several weeks. Miss Annie Dee Bishop was the t'uest of Miss Bessie Foote, of Uewley-vill- e. The county Hoard of Education will meet here Tuesday, May 9. For Dental work set Dr, Walker. Supt. Driskcll left yesterday to at- - Alex Ahl gave a dance Saturday evening. ville last Sunday. Misses Naomi Simons a. d Ruperta John Mercer, of Bowling Green, was Tinsley; Messrs. Maurice 'Hyde and In our town last Saturday. Chas. Garner, visited home folks Sun"Bread baking is guarauteeda success day. if you use the Lewlspoit BEST Flour". Clyde Sanders spent Sunday with his mother here. Notf Write on one side of paper STEPHENSP0RT. only. Editor. "Bread baking success Is' guaranteed Death has again visited our town and if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Mr. Ross, of Frymlre, was in Louis- last Friday. 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 madej in St. Louis, by Roberts, Johnson & Rond Shoe Co. "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" Ed. Alexander, Irvington, Ky. tsmm mTrawi inn mr ran Watch for the Big Advertisement on this page next week announcing another Big Lot Sale at the growing little city of Irvington. It will be the last chance to secure a lot in that growing town.