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The Breckenridge news: May 10, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911051001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 10, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PR.INT VOL. XXXV i CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911. I 8 '" " " Pages "" No. 44 TOWN NEWS Fl Miss Edith Richardson, of Brandenburg, who has been spending the week end with Miss Mary Alexander, returned home yesterday. i ' . Disease Spreading Among Cattle -- Six Cows Drop Of Dead-Announcem- ents Religious e it Services-Ov- er Twenty-Fiv- Paragraphs BIG CROWD Of News EXPECTED MAY 13 Herrmann and of Tell City, and Mrs. Chas. h who has bean visiting at Chenault and Concordia.has returned. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rice and children, of Guston, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Wroe Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mis3 Ruth Herrmann, spent Sunday with Mr. Hook. Miss Susie Pollock, last week. Irvlngton contributed a number of her muMc lovers to the audiences Ht tne music festival last week. Among those who went wore Mrs. PIggott, Misses Eliza Piggott, Julia Lyon.Kath-erlnWimp, and Claire Jolly; Mrs. L. B Moremea, Mr. Louis H. Jolly and Mrs, Nora Board. Irvlngton always does her part in patronizing Louisville's offerings. We hope the next tour of the Louisville Commercial Club representatives will embrace a visit to our towu. Mrs. D. II. Kincheloe, of Madison-ville- , will give an entertainment next Friday evening at the school chappel, which will be truly what Is called an entertainment. Admlssou ten and fifteen cents. Mrs. J. C. Mattlngly, of Glen Dean, came last week for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Robt. Crider. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. e Takes Prominent Part In Debate And Oratorical Contest At Maryville, Tennessee Marvvllle, April 8. In the annual triangular debate and oratorlc.il contest held simultaneously at Maryville, JeiTersou City and Tusculum, between Maryville college. Carson-Newman and Washington-Tusculum- , was Mrs. Lena Dockhart, of Boonevllle, Ind., arrived last week to visit Mrs. A. D. Pulllam. Material Is on the ground and the contract let for a large storehouse to be built on the vacant lot on the East side of Main Street. This will be used by McGIotblan and Smith for Hardware business. A visit fron the state veterinarian is in order. Six cows haye died with a peculiar disease which does not seem to Akers lost his cow Saturday night. Mrs. Nellie Matshall and Misses 'Claudia and Maggie Bandy were .in Louisville Thursday. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. T.C.Matthews entertained most pleasantly in honor of their guests, Miss Letchef Matthews. Games were indulged in after which delicious refreshments were served. Mrs.Kate Bennett has returned from visit to Mrs. Lizzie Lewis In Owens-boro- . a Miss Mary Alexander entertained a number of her f rlehdsSaturday- even-iu- g honor of her visitor, Miss Edith in Richardson. The evening was enjoyed by all present. A two ;ourse dinner was served. Mrs. P. E. Dempster and children, after spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Foster Lyons, has gone to Glen Dean. Miss Beulah Rice, of Tarfork, came and last week to be the guest Mrs. Sam Rice. of-M- BRECKINRIDGE FAIR CATALOGUE ,be very well understood. Mr. Jno. t BEING MADE tive from Washington-Tusculuat A. T. Beard, President of the Fair Tusculum. The negative upheld by P. R.Grabiel Association is delighted with the prosand J. L. Twedd. won from Carson- pects for the coming fair. Most gratifying results are coming from soliciting Newman at Maryville. The Hope cup advertising in the catalogue. More presented by Hope Brothers, of therefore goes to Maryville for advertising than ever before is being secured Cloverport advertisers were the ensuing year. Washington-Tusculu- m won three specially liberal and are fully reprepoints, Carson Newman one point. sented. Tne Judges at Maryville were M. W. John S. Sklllman, Secretary of the Wilson, superintendent of schools of Awful Notice fair, was here Saturday with Mr. Knox county; Dr. J. Douglas Bru:e, of Beard. Thursday night, May 11, at Tobins-por- t the University of Tennessee, and Prof. the play, "My Awful Dad," will J D. Hoskins, MISSES HEYSER AND SEVERS of Tennessee. also of .the University be presented by home talent. Ten and twenty-fiv- e cents admisson. ENTERTAIN WITH CHARM ho.ise-hold tea-spoon- ful the Maryville contestants. The partlciDants consisted of four debaters and two orators from each college, two debaters and one orator speaking at home, the other debating team at one neighboring institution and the second orator at the other institution. According to the rules each debate won counted two points and each oration won one point. The question for debate was. solved, that the commission form of government Is best for American citizens. The Maryville debaters. J. G. Sims and W. A. Ham'man. Avon the nlHrm.-i-. for tory a vic- Ivnox-vill- e, gray stripe. Llves,Thc Simple Life. Will Meet At Owcnsboro To Hold Mr. Newman's social life is plain. He Fifth District Convention Next has health, and his appearance shows that he never neglects himself. His Month teeth are clean and his nails, though short, showed attention. While we were sizing him up, Mr. The district convention of the lodges of the Fifth district of the Knights of Newman told us how much interest Pythias of Kentucky will be held in Mrs. Newman took in all the churches t-Owensboro in May, and preparations and he followed in her "I are being made to have It be one of the think the churches are doing a great most successful and Important con- work, and I give to them all." Mr. Newman surprised us when he ventions that has ever been held In the state. It is proposed to have the large- said he read little. "I read newspapers st class Initiation ever held in Western only." He chatted with us, at least an Kentucky, and each of the lodges in the hour. Told us about his expetlences district is invited to have a large num- with newspaper men, and said thot he knew Col. Watterson. ber of candidates for the first rank. "You have a musical talent, Mr. The Cloverport lodge No. 61 will be He laughed represented by several members and Newman," we ventured. will be attended .by District Deputy heartily. "Yes, I can sing "Amazing Grace and Jesus Lover Of My Soul", Joe Fitch and other lodge members. in the way of an old fashioned MethodThm only baking powdmr ist." MRS. WOODS WINS FIRST made from Royal Crapo Mr. Newman was driven out to his Cream PRIZE IN HERALD CONTEST brother's yesterday morning and exj pectedto leave in the afternoon for NO AlUH.NO LIME PHOSPHATE The Louisville Herald is having a New York. hint contest and gives away $6 in prizes every week to the winners. HAVING SUCCESS WITH The following won first prize Saturday: FAIR CATALOGUE To get rid of flies, mix well one of black pepper in powder,oue John S. Sklllman, Secretary of AT teaspoonful of brown sugar, one tea- - Breckinridge county fair, and Arthur spoonful of cream, and place in saucer, Beard, were here Friday soliciting ads put.in room where Hies are troublesome for the fair catalogue. They met with To See County Seat Juniors Win aud the will soon disappear. Mrs success, and assurance of a big crowd Base-Ba- ll Robert Wood, Louisville, Ky. at the fair. Game From Colfoot-step- s, IGlIujyYTflS he wore save a very neat, small-linke- d watch chain. His.suit was blue with a HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE fill i pip POWDER Absolutely Pure of Tartar Gets $2,000 For Injuries of suit of Mrs. Hettie Lyons L. H. & St. L. Ry. Co. for damages on account of injuries receiv- Trial against Irvington. Hook Twirled League Ball. Of lege Chaps, Newsom Gardener was in Louisville Society of the Baptist Missionary church, will be held at the home of Xr's. J. B. Henderson on Tuesday afternoon, May 16. The lesson subject for the afternoon is Mission Schools. A cordial Invitation extended to all ladies to be present. Mrs. Lessie Collins and Miss Susie Nevton.,of Cloverport, who have been visiting Mrs. Sam Rice for several this week. The regular monthly meeting of the Miss Lula Margaret Severs and Miss Ray Lewis Heyser entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Heyser Thursday afternoon. The house was decorated in large .bunches ot snow balls and lighted with green shaded lamps. As the guests entered the parlor thev were served with inintorange ade, Miss Cleona LaRue ""Weatherholt presiding at the bowl. Several features of entertainment made the evening one of genius pleasure to those present, and just before the guests departed, Ices and cake In green and white colors with sprigs ot . mint were served. Those who accepted the Invitations are as follows: Mr. and Mrs David Phelps; Miss Annie Jarboe and Mr. Allen Pierce;Miss Louise Babbage and Mr. Marion Denton; Miss Ree Willis aud ilr.' Tom Ferry; Miss Stella "Weatherholt. and Mr. C. Brabandt; Miss Cleona Weatherholt and Mr. I.afe Behen;Mlss Mamie DeHaven and Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis; Miss Martha Willis and Mr. John Jarboe; Miss Francis Smith, Miss Pauline Moorman, Misses Edith and Margaret Burn;Misses Irene aud Margaret Sklllman; Mr. O'Brien, Dr. McDonald, Mr. J. Byrne Severs, Dr. Boone, Miss Eva Plank and Mr. Jim Younger; Miss Edith Plank and Mr. PauJ Lewis I days, have returned. Mrs. Jennie Bandy, of Lodiburg, was FINE CLERGYMEN EXPECTthe guest of Mr. Arthur Ater last ED AT S. S. CONVENTION week. Dr. S. P. Parks and Lon Dowell are Irvlngton, Ky.,MayS. (Special) T. having their residences on Maple Ave. B. Henderson is engaged in an active campaign in Sunday-SchoInterests. treated to a fresh coat of paint. He hopes to secure Dr. Mlllens, of sale Don't forget the date of the lot in College Addition No. 2, Saturday, the Baptist Theological Seminary for an address at an evening session of the May 13. county convention at Hardinsburg. Miss Mary Smith left Friday for "Guston for a brief visit to Mrs. James Dr. Millens is one of the clergymen of our country who is loyal to the associaSmith. work because he sees ted Sunday-schoo- l Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook and family and knows its value. The work has will give up their buugalow on Caroline grown beyond the largest conception avenue this week anil move into one of o( the great Ba'ptlst layman, B. F. the new cottages recently built by Dr. Jacobs, who planned it and who with S. P. Parks. godly men of other denominations carMrs, Catherine Wimp came up from ried it out. Let all the people of all Oweusboro Thursday and is spending denominations rally to support the asseveral days with Mr. aud Mrs, John sociated Sunday-schowork. To it R. "Wimp. owes all of its best the Sunday-schoMrs. Dan Sandidge, of Viucenqes. ideas and we have no right to approInd., who has been visiting Miss Nan- priate and use these and refuse to help nie McGehee, has returned to Long to support a cause which is supplying BraucU. us with the newest and best thought s development of There will be the usual serviced at and plan forinthe Sabbath School. work the Baptist church on uext Sunday, May 14. The Rev. Chas. R. Shepherd, the pastor, will preach moruiug aud SHOULD BE THE SAME evening. Morning subject, "The PerIN CLOVERPORT secuted and Faithful Church. Evening subject, "People who Run; People who Between 300 and 4OO pattous of the sighed the petiVersailles Walk, and People who 'Hobble.'" tions forwarded to the Assistant Post Mrs. Mary W, Munford will leave master General last week, requesting early In June for Chicago where she is that au order be Issued closing the post office here on Sunday. Only one going to atteud the wedding of her person to whom the petition was pregranddaughter, Miss Nancy Pusey. sented refused to sign. The order Department was from the Mrs. Georgia Cowley cume Saturday received yesterday aud the Sunday Itlght from Vine Grove for a visit to closing becomes ell'ective uext Sunday, April 30. Versailles Sun. Ir. and Mrs. Henry Neafus. ol ol ol first-clas- post-offic- e Post-otllc- e . SCORE NINE TO TEN. ed by being struck by train at Guston, Ky., was concluded May 4 at BrandenHardinsburg, Ky., May 8. (Special.) burg, resulting in a verdict for $3,000 In the presence of an enthusiastic in her favor. Mrs. Lyons has recently LITTLE STORIES WRITTEN crowd of nearly two hundred, the Harresided at Garlield. Claude Mercer dinsburg Juniors, on Saturday afterrepresented her. noon, gave a good example of how the National pastime should be played. MRS. HERRON MAKES BIG BY LOUISE Their worthy opponents, the Irvington PURCHASE AT STANLEY SALE College Nine, were of a sort to make any team sit up and take notice. In Mrs. Lucy F. Heron has just receivOur Interview With Air. Newman. Four months out of the year he travels the first round Lyons of the visitors ed two heifers and a bull which she purstarted the fireworks with a sizzling The L. H. & St. L. R. R. pulled into abroad for recreation. Automobiling at the Stanley sale of Jerseys single over Cloverport Monday night the private is his favorite pastime, sometimes chased third, and when the dust at Shelbyvllle, Ky. These three were had cleared away, Irvington had crossdriving 2j0 miles a day. car of William Newman, former presi among the best sold at the sale and in- ed the rubber once. But the Juniors dent of the New York Central Railroad A Younfc Alan Yet. clude a son of the imported cow, Fox's came right back in their half of the secand now member of the. Advisory Mr Newman is sixty four years of Golden Lucy, a daughter of Flying Fox ond and tied. Board of the same company. Mr. New- age and was born in Virginia. His par- and a prize winner at the Kentucky In the next sessions the honors were man came here to see his brother, Albert ents moved to Metcalf county when he State Fair. His sire, Eminent Queen's divided, but when the Newman, who is at death's door at his was quite a abmt ly Foxy, lias been a prize winner at both chap and ever since he has fifth inning arrived the score stood 4 to home near town. He received word at loved Kentucky. His last vijit to the Shelbyvllle, and State Fair at Louis 1 in favor of Hardinsburg. Wasmngton, D. C. of his brother's cri- state was In this ten years ago. "I expect to vllle. He is a grand-so- n of both Emln frame Irvington rallied and before the tical illness and hastened at once to see live until I am eighty-fiv- e years of age," etitlland Flying Fox, two imported tide could be stunned they had scored him. he said, looking at the life line in his bulls who sold for $12,000 and $7,500 five times. The Juniors kept up the As soon as Mr. Newman's car was palm. each. Flying Fox and Eminent were pepper, however, and slowly and surely switched on the side track our friend He stepped across the car and touch- not only show bulls on the Island and worked their way back until in the asked for permission of an interview for ed a button, and in a 'minute his man in America but both have a list of seventh inning the tallies ware again us, and nis nephew, standing on the servant appeared with a waiter of tested daughters to their credit. Emi- even, In rear-otriple. the ninth, Park's luc-icthe car, said "he will see no re- white-rocwater. We took a glass of nent II now having more than sixty. with one on base made Irvington one tonight". Then the crowd out- the sparkling porter water and wanted to say This young bull, Lucy's Eminent Fox run to the good. Something had to be side the car, anxious for a glimpse of "thank you" so bad that we almost is an excellent Individual and his breed- done and in the last ot the ninth the the railroad maginate, gave a laugh strangled ing ranks him with the sires that head plucky little and before it had snbsibed Mr. Newman Juniors showed their class His greatest joy is helping atnbitioGs the greatest herds both on the Island by scoring two runs. This inning witcalled our escort back and asked him young people. He has several young and in America. nessed the star feature of the game what he did here. "I am a railroad men and girls Corfu's Foxy Gretchen, one of the Hoben, first man up, hit one on that he and Mrs. Newman", he answered. the This unlocked man are looking of after, besides doing heifers bought, Is a gr seam for what looked like a sure hit, the door of his heart and he sent out a all they possibly can for their nieces and Corfu's Pet the closest related cow to but Barr, the visitors' second gracious invitation to the newspaper nephews. sacker, Jacoba Irene, now living, the same out in short center and with a. Hygirl, waiting patiently for what she "We have no children of our own," blood that made the Hood farm famous. ran ing leap captured the ball in his gloved knew she was going to get the life said Mr. Newman, "But we have child- This heifer is oulv eighteen months old hand. story of one of the biggest railroad men twenty-fiv- e "Every Sunday morning Mrs. and has given as much as ren". Hook, the local pitcher twirled big in the United States. Newman and I have all our neices and pounds of milk per day. In, reporting league ball. nephews in New York to breakfast with this sale in its issue of April 26. The How He dot His Start . The College boys are all affable gen Did you ever load any freight? If so, us. We always have waflles for break- Jersey Bulletin says: "One of the tlemen and it is a pleasure to associate features of the sale was the eighteen you know how thill man of success start- fast". . He touched the button again and the months'old heifer, Corfu's Foxy Gretch- with them. ed. When he was fourteen years of A special feature,." . . Jor,n .. nf man servant came in, handed him a en, just fresh, that sold for $160." age he left Kentucky and at the age of s "eruo an umpire Bennet' M The other heifer Is a daughter of one seventeen years, began work, loading cigar and lighted it. The servant struck The box '. of $50 tor ins services us freight at a small railroad station in a match to lignt our friend's cigar, but of the sensational cows of the salo.who Road tax Uistrlct Ings 1 'oner for the Rail April 5, 1011, and gave forty pounds of milk before she Texas. Ever since, he has been climb- he had already lighted it! from April 5, l10 to "You have had two love affairs, Mr. was three years old. This heifer is ing. He never went to school. "My he is authorized to pay said amount out of Rosy's W. its of I think it is Newman?" we questioned. "Yes", he also a double grand-daughteducation I picked up, the Rail Road tax district fund. possible fcr a young man to start today, said, "Onlv one ever amounted to any- Flying Fox, a prize winning bull at the Came Justice Akers and moved the lis court years ago; without thing". He fell in love with an Ark- St. Louis Fair In IOO4. as I did forty-seve- n Receiver, court, seconded by Justice Harris, that ansas girl, and she has been Mrs. Wilr.y., an education, ana succeed." As he and distinct the levy in Hreckenriuge couniv, tutfh what- cho 1rr44f 1i 9 A 1ra years. said this his soft, mixed gray and tan liam Newman thirty-fiv- e of for the year 1011, be eighteen (lii)cents Fuml awl ron will soon have a herd r, in value ot hat fell off the chair. He let it lie on Never Gets Blue. and Emergency of the one hundred dollars into three tinn Inthisrnnnrrv. the floor and didn't seem to notice it, taxable property, divided Mr. Newman declares he never gets come into his hands. It which showed he paid no attention to discouraged. Geuerul expense fund. . t He worries not. "I do oruer ot tms- cuon l1,nl funds to wit: uui which shall include salary of oiheers Tho Prarwf details and only big things occupied not takelife seriously." He said if things Ul.ussloner and Receiver call In his mind. current expenses;(8) eight go wrong, he reasons that the good side J. W. Ater. fhcel bond payable to Isaac Nor and all other fund; (6) six ceuts Pauper Sinking Secret Of Success. is bound to come up sooner or later. Jarboe, Wm. ?r the sum of JsOO and In lieu of cents so Nearly all his business associates are L. Bruner. (Fo)ond he will issue to said Norton fund, (4) four cents and each tax We asked him especially what was the directed to any He college men and he is perfectly at home Grand, Milt I.'herbond for the same sum, bearing levied, shall not be secret of success in railroad work. for wnicn 11 replied with emphasis, "HARD WORK. with them. "I have cheek", said Mr. Willis Johnsov ner cunt Interest, the said Norton other purpose than that 1 was levied, except as prescribed by law, Newman. To look at his splendid head Harman. A WILLING SPIRIT." tie willing to nom sam unjji""' and futher that there be levied a per d ears, one is assured that "Work is my hobby", said Mr. New- and bond at four per cent interest.but being or poll tax, on each male of the 510 willing to accept one in Its steatl Dear capita man. We called his attention to the Mr. Newman has more common sense, age of 21 years or over, residing in the "I fact that ho had a short first finger, more gumption than he has cheek. Inir 5 per cent interest. aforesaid of I.5O) one dollar which Indicated that he cared not to ute much slang", he said. But we did A400 00 It Is further ordered that tne v.om- - county said year of l&ll, and domineer, to boss. That Is the truth not notice it. ne was as piain as an,.,! mlssionerand Receiver be and ho is and fifty cents for of said poll tax so levied Is apportioned old shoe. He talked with ease and if .vm Ahl he agreed and went on to say that he hereby authorized to borrow the sum For paid more attention to doipg what had been as poor as a church mouscj ReceiVer. $2,000 if necessary In his discretion at for the following purpose Gen-era- ll others said than having others do what could not have been less assuro per cent bonds, no greater rate of Interest than five per road purposes fifty cents, and for he said. If the company had a change his manner. illy. Expense fund (1.00) and said tax cent, and he will execute for the Mr. Newman is about 5 feet, 8courtthntSqulre8 for him he always accepted it and had amount so borrowed his obligation of moved fourteen times, thinking each tall, His hair is gray and he and they are Continued on page 5 brown eyes. A pearl pLe to destroy the obligations as said Commissioner and city would be his permanent home. He lives on Fifth Avenue in New York. black tie was the only piece of While The Press Thunders . eq-al- f k ter ..... r-- 4i i er - L well-place- to-w- lt: st RARE TREASURES OF THEJNDIANS Smithsonian Institution Gets Every Farmer as well as Every Business Man Should Have a Bank Account bank anywhere is safer Paying your bills by Because: Your tho simplest themost convenient method. Your check becomes a vou check money is in and tlmn else. . 1 Four Sacred Osage Packages. It pive 3 ou ? better standing with business men. liMoney in the cher for the debt it pnjs. strengthens your credit. 1iA bank account teaches, helps and encourages you to save. lThis bank Your bank book is a record of your business. bank does all the book-keeping. EXAMINED DEC. 1417 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS HOLIEST FETISH OF THE TRIBE To those desiring Hanking Connections with nn Old Established Bank, we extend our services N ICEBERGjlin the midst of the Sahara desert would be no greater phenomenon than a single cotton thread in our assortment of Kirschbaum Clothes We could sell clothes that cost us less. But we couldn't build a good reputation that way. We mustsellyou clothes that will wear, hold their shape, always look well. They must be made right, from absolutefabrics. ly all-wo- ol Kirschbaum Clothes have 50years of highest tailoring-reputatio- n behind them. We're safe in selling them and you're safe in buyine them. Yet the prices, $15 to $30, are remarkably low considering the quality. We have such a variety of models, fabrics and colors in two and three-piec- e suits, raincoats and topcoats that you can't fail to find yours here. The Kirschbaum Fancy Worsted Suits at $21 have all the points of superiority t that make the Kirschbaum frAlothes the best and finest vl. They Ara Generally Burled With Their "Keepers" Tattooing Apparatus and Materials Used Alio Circlet of Human Scalps Among the Contents of Bundles. tus and innfuTInl used by tno osage Indlnns, nil of which nro regarded as Officials of the burcnu of American sacred, as the tattooing Is n religious ethnology of tbo Smithsonian institu- ceremony. Tho other two packs wore tion nt Washington nro highly pleased similar to tho ono described, but tho over nn ndtiition which thoy havo Just articles each contained were different made to their collection and which they regard ns ono of their choicest I'or soreness of the muscles, whether treasures. This acquisition comprises bundles or packs of tho induced by violent exercise or injury, four sacred Osngo Indians, very few of which Chamberlain's Llnimen' Is excellent havo over been obtained by scientists, This liniment is also highly esteemed ns they nro generally burled with their fot the relief it affords in case of rheu"keepers." matism. Sold by all dealers. .These sacred bundles nro Just ns precious from n religious standpoint to the Indian ns thoy nro from a sciROAD. CALIFORNIA entific standpoint to tho ethnologist extremely ,hnrd to obtain. and nro They jepircnt tho holiest fetish of a Fine Stretch Between El Monte and Pomona. tribe, and so zealously arc thoy guardWithout doubt ns fine a stretch of nny profanation that they nro ed from put in tho charge of a special priest country road ns can be found In tht? or medicine man, who keeps them United Stnlcs Is that now Hearing comcnrofnlly hidden. At certain periods pletion between El Monte and Pomo'.in they nro opened nnd the contents under one of the contracts of the good worshiped nmld tho most elaborate roads project. In fact, it probably tx ceremonies, but even nt these times eels any rami road In any other iirt oonly the chosen men of tho tribe nro of tho country, as It is built by a pr perallowed to see tho strangely assorted cess that has only recently been fected and tried in Germany. articles that arc kept In the bundles. After tho roadway Is graded and nil How They Were Secured. filled the earth is paclfi'd depression Tho bundles were secured for tho hard with a steam roller, and then a National museum by Frnncls La layer of emshed rock is laid on it, Ihe Fleshe, nn educated Omnlin Indian, pieces nvciuging several Inches square. who Is in tho employ of the burenu of On this is spread a layer of considerAmerican ethnology. While nt work ably finer lock, and then comes a third in Oklnhoma he learned of the ex- and last layer of very fine rock. istence of such bundles and immediThese ntn pressed firmly together ately opened negotiations with the In- with a fici-vsteam roller and thpn dian to whoso care they had been In- thoroughly on turn ted with crude petro. trusted. After exercising considerable leum. the roadbed Is covered diplomacy he succeeded In persuading with a layer of rock dust as fine as tho Indian to part with them nnd powder nml then smoothed and packed took them to Washington and turned many ttmni again with the steam rollthem over to tho bureau of ethnology. er. The r?sult Is a road as smooth Ono of these wns opened with much and firm fj nny nsphalt paved city care fcy Dr. Walter Hough, one of the street and one that with a little cwo curators of tho Xatlonnl museum. Dr. Is practically indestructible. TToiich found the outside wrapping or sack to be made of a rare Indian fabSick headache results from a disordric woven of tho silky brow hair of tho was bound with n buck- ered condition of the stomach, and va buffalo. This with human be cured by the use of Chamberlain's skin hand decorated scalps nnd tho log of an eagle. Insldo Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try it. this wns n buckskin bag, ana lnsiao For sale by all dealers. thnt a haversack made of a mnterial resembling Chinese mnttlng. LUCK AT MONTE CARLO. Most Sacred Object. In this haversack were a pipe dec A Fly Which Cost the Gambling Room orated with scalps, a tobacco bag, n a Small Fortune. lirnidod cord made of woolen fabric About .Inn. 25. 1004. n curious thing and a bundle of buffalo bladders happened at Monte Carlo. The superbound with a thong ornamented with stition rf gamblers Is well recognised, scalps, and one other bundle, which but It ix seldom that their reliance upon was tho most Important of all, for It omens brings them such luck ns was represented tho "holy of hollos." This the case on the above date. At what bundle wns a buckskin case, to which Is 'known ns the "suicide" table In the was bound n buckskin object resem Monte Carlo gambling rooms the folbling a. head band. Inside this bundle lowing remarkable Incident occurred: was found the most sacred object of A fly a.'ighted on. No. 13 on the routhe pack the body of a hawk, which lette tnbli nt the time when the playhad been mummified nnd then pnlnted ers had suffered a persistent run of . a brilliant vermilion nnd green. At hiird The sunerstltlous gnrablers tached to the tall wns a circlet of hu oxehnnired covert clances and searched man scalps. The body was suspended their pockets for money with which to bv a braided band made or wooicn stake. In a few moments tne "raiuaie fabrics which evidently had been ob dozon"-th- nt Is to sn.v. the Nos. 13 to tained by the tiibo through trade with 24 wcre literally covered with stakes. other Indians. Then nn elderly gambler arose and One of the three other bundles wns piled napoleons round the square on found to contain tho tnttoolnu appara- - which the fly had nllghted. thus hack- ing the numbers from 10 to 17. Less con fident players staked smaller amounts on the "transversa les." Thi Ivorv mnrble was sent spinning round the roulette wheel. There wns a moment of suspense and then the croupier nntlounced the winning num ber 13. nut what Is far more extraor "I write to tell you the dinary the same number came up three good news that Cardui times In succession. has helped me so much That fly cost the casino over $'J."),0O0. and I think it is just Las-llyliir-lc- The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. All Our Lumber is I Thoroughly Seasoned. Poorly seasoned lumber, , no matter hov cood tho raw -i ma- - terinl may havo been, is always unsatisfactory. You may havo bought some at ono time and can still remember the troublo it caused. . When you want good lumber wo can furn ish it for you. We havo an excellent stock of YELLOW PINE Finish, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Casing, Base, Etc We take the best care of our stock and handle our orders with a promptness nnd dispatch that will please you im mensely. Wo also carry a full line of Cedar Shingles, Laths, Plaster, Lime, Cement, Koofinpr, Etc. ' Wo are overstocked on No. 2 Common Flooring; while it lasts will make a very low price. It is a fine grade. West Point Brick and Lumber Co., West Point, :- -: Kentucky. J. E. KEITH DEALERS WRITE US FOR PRICES. IN (l SON Granite and Marble Monuments CLOVERPORT, KY. C. W. B0HLER MARION WEATHERIIOLT J. W. PATE Bohier and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Good News Mrs. Hettie Touipsot arrived last week for a vine. The county IJoard of Education will meet here Tuesday, May 9. For Dental work !eu Dr. Walker. . n aupu. loft yesterday to at- - weeks Miss Anuie Dec Bishop truost of Miss Bassle Foote, of IJei..1 wok for the Kir- - it guarantees E52 Death lias worth its weight in gold," writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall, of Woodstock, Ga. "I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffering as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." "Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disea,croup. Has been used with success in our fam ily for eight years." Mr. L.Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. OIL One Estimates on Application PROPELLED BATTLESHIP. 3ER The Woman's Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache, backache pains in arms, shoulders Watch i on mis page next we of Irvington. n..ru ijtf and legs, dragging-dow- n feelings, etc., or if you feel Jired, weary, worn-o- ut and generally miserable Cardui will help you. It has helped thousands other weak, sick ladies De--d if you will only give na trial, you will be nkful ever after. Being Built Secretly, Or Diesel Tells Naval Architects. In some corner of tho world an oil propelled battleship Is now being built. ncretofore all reports or tno building of the battleship have been denied, but Dr. Iiiesc) confirmed tho rumors beforo the conference of the London InstituHe Bald, tion of Naval Architects. however, that he wns not nt liberty to give detnlls. Dr. Diesel Is tno inventor or nn on engine. lie said thnt fully 250 ships, unval and commercial, nro now fitted or nro being fitted with oil engines. If the 0,W)0 ton cargo ship now being constructed in Ilnmburg proves n success, Dr. Diesel said, thero would be a general tendency townrd tho ndop. tlou of oil ns n motive power for all kinds of vessels, including warships. Ten Million Rubles For Schools. In voting to make primary education compulsory tho Itusslan duma has allotted 10,000,000 rubles to schools. H. E. ROYALTY . PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OVER OFFICE KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY Right Now ! is the time to Subscribe for 75he Breckenridge News 6 Discount Per Cent SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROM APRIL 17th TO MAY 13th 6 Discount l Per Cent Your Last Opportunity! To Take Advantage of our Liberal offer of s i X 6 PER CENT DISCOUNT 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 al& S I X p E p E R C low R C E N SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT TO ALL OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS ON ALL PURCHASES NO MATTER HOW GREAT OR SMALL , E N t Provided the Purchases are made between April 17th and Hay 13th inclusive This liberal inducement, together with the fuct that J. Bacon &Sons arc better 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 c sprincand Summer shopping. T D V, T D V I S c u N T 3 The Only Requirement Necessary to Obtain the 6 Per Cent Discount is to Show Your Railroad Ticket at the Discount Desk strings tied to this proposition whatever. You do not have to buy a Remember there 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. are no I S c N 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 jJACON & SONS 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 Fiscal Court Proceedings. (Continued from last week Voucher No. 2, Paul Compton receipt for interest on bond No. 3 $ 1 Per Cent SIX PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES FROH APRIL 17th TO MAY 13th 6 Discount Per Cent ) 40 00 ,409 (54 Voucher No. 3, Paul Corapton receipt for overdraft I9CJ Voucher No. 4, Mrs. Bettie Norton receipt for interest on bond No. 32 Voucher No. 5, Mrs. "William Allen, for interest on bond Voucher No. 6, Bank of & Trust Co. interest on bond No. 20 Voucher No. 7, James Durham for bond and interest Voucher No. 8, H. J. Gibson, Gdn., for interest on bond Har-dinsbu- rg 25 00 21 38 25 00 1 ,004 67 No. 25 Voucher No. 0, Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. for interest on bonds No. 39 20 00 and 41 Voucher No. 10, J. B. Gibson Gdn., for interest on bonds 40 42-- 46 50 00 60 41 Voucher No. 11, Esther and Fannie McGary, for interest on bond No. 20 24 CO Voucher'No. 11, Bank of Har- dlnsburg & Trust Co. for Interest on bonds No. 27, 8 33 75 00 Voucher No. 13, Julius Dutschke for interest on bonds No. 43, 44, 46 75 00 Voucher No. 14, H T Gitjson for interest on bond No. 23 Voucher-No- . 20 00 15, Bank of HarDO dinsburg & Trust Co. for interest on No, 2000 Note Voucher No, 16, H T Gibson 33 Bonded indebtedness of county on April 1, 1911. $6,235 80 Total 20 00 Sinking Fund Bonds 85,400 00 The above bonds bear interest from Tar Fork and Iiveleigh Mill date at the rate of 5 per cent and payBridges 0,235 80 able annually at the Bank of Hardins20 00 Poor House bond and interest burg & Trust Co. 1,300 00 (renewed) at 5 per cent Respectfully, ?3,402 43 Total 512.935 SO Wm. Ahl, Respectively submitted, April 4, I9II. Commissioner and Rtceiver of BreckWm. Ahl, Sinking Fund bonds outstanding as Commissioner and Receiver of Breck-enrldg- e enridge county, April 4, I9II. shown by report made by Paul Compcounty. Recapitulation. ton, former Commissioner and Receiver Bridge bonds outstanding issued for May 5, 1010. Received of to the Breckenridge Fiscal Court, on Eve-lelg- h the erection of the Tar Fork and Milt Miller, SBC J2.787 01 April 5, 1910 bridge. May 6, 1910. Received of Bond No. 3, held by John Gib-sioBond No. 27 held by Margaret 90 5 81,000 00 due 2 2S 02 Paul Compton A. Hook, due $ 5OO 00 October 24, 1910. Received of Bond No. 14, held by Mrs. Bond No 28'held by Margaret 300 00 Judge L. L. Waggoner 50 Bertha McGary.due 3 30 9!) 500 00 A. Hook m Borrowed of Bank of HardBond No. 20, held by E. J. Bond No. 29 held by Mrs. insburg & Trust Co 2,000 00 and M. F. McGary, due 500 00 Alice Cruwford.'due OS 600 00 Borrowed of Mrs. A. M. Esk Bond No. 32, held by Mrs. I.O4O 00 Bond No. 23, held by I. B. ridge 500 00 Bettie Norton due 5OO 00 Gibson, due 10 I9 00 Borrowed of Mrs. J. E. Bond No. 33, held by Mrs. 260 00 Bond No. 25, held by John Margaret A. Hook, due 7500 00 Gibson, due 7 6 10 ' 12 5OO 00 Total receipts to April 4.1011 16,184 05 Bond held by Mrs. Mary Bond No. 34 held by Mrs. Wm Amount paid out on General 500 00 E. Barnes, due 1 3 07 Allen, due 7 7 13 427 60 Expense Fund from ApJil 5 Bond held by Isaac Nor" Bond No. 30, held by Bank of 2,523 01 I9IO to April 4, I9II 500 00 ton, due 2 1 O7 Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Amount paid out on Sinking held by John GibBond ' clue 10 8 11- -- 5OOOO Fund from April 5, I9IO to 5OO 00 son, due 2 1 07 3,402 43 April 4, 1011 Bond No. 40, held by J. B. held byH. J. GibBond 500 00 Gibson, Gdn., due 10 8 12, 500 O5 son, due 3 1 06 Total expended to April 4,1011 $5,925 I4 Bond No. 41,. held by Bank of held by Isaac NorBond Balance in hands of CommisHardinsburg & Trust Co., 500 00 ton, due 2 1 06 ' sioner and Receiver on 5OO 00 due 10 8 12 ' 1011 258 61 April 4, Bond No. 42, held by J. B. Total bonds outstanding on The Poor House bond executed to 500 00 Gibson, Gdn., due 10 8 12 $5,400 00 this account James Durham August 7, I9O5, for the Bond No. 43, held by Julius Respectfully submitted, of $1,000 has been paid by your 500 00 sum Wm. Ahl, Dutschke, due 10 8 I3 Commissioner and herewith returned Commissioner and Receiver. Bond No. 44, held by Julius with the recommendation that the same The above aro all 4 per cent bonds, 500 00 be destroyed. Dutschke, due 10 8 I3 interest payable annually, Respectfully submitted, Bond No. 45, held by Julius It Is ordered by the court that Squires This April 4, 1011. 500 00 due 10 8 14 Dutschke, Harris 'and Wright be and they are apWm. Ahl, pointed as Committee to destroy the Bond No. 46, held by J. B. Commissioner and Receiver, for interest on bond No. Voucher No. 17, Isaac Norton for interest on bond No. Voucher No. 18, A. R. Kinch- eloe, for interest on bond No. 20 03 10 8 14 Gibson, Gdn., due 308 20 ' ' n, 10-1- 3. -11 7-- to Receiver and with the amount so borrowed he will pay off the note due the Bank of Hardinsburg it Trust Co., for the sum of s?2,000 heretofore borrowed said bond in open Court. from said Bank by said Commissioner It is further ordered by the court that for the purpose of paying oil overdrafts. Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and Receiver, And Wm. Ahl, the Commisssoner and pay over to the Road and Bridge Com- Receiver is hereby allowed the sum of missioner, the sum of $91 10 which is in $100 for his service trom April 5, I9IO, his hands and which shall be applied by to April 5, I9II, and he is authorized to said Road and Bridge Commissioner to pay himself said amount out of any the Bridgo Fund. Said sum of $91 I9 money In his hands belonging to the was originally a part of the Road and general expense and emergency fund. Bridge Fund and was paid by Commls It is ordered that John P. Haswell, sioner Mike Miller, to Commissioner Jr., be and he is hereby allowed the and Receiver Paul Compton, and by sum of ?50 for his services as Commishim to Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and sioner for the R.ill Road tax district Receiver, and it is the order of this from April 5, 1910 to April 5, 1911, and court that it be again applied to its he is authorized to pay said amount out of the Rail Road tax district fund. proper fund. Came Justice Akers and moved the It Is the further order of this court that the Commissioner and Receiver, court, seconded by Justice Harris, that Wm Ahl, keep separate and distinct the levy In Breckenridge county, Ky., accounts of the Sinking Fund and of for the year 1011, be eighteen (18) cents the General Expense and Emergency of the one hundred dollars in value of Funds that may come into his hands. It taxable property, divided into three i the further order of this court that funds to wit: General expense fund, the Commissioner and Receiver call In which shall include salary of officers and cancel bond payable to Isaac Nor and all other current expenses;(8) eight ton for the sum of $500 and in lieu of cents Sinking fund; (6) six cents Pauper said bond he will issue to said Norton fund, (4) four cents and each tax so another, bond for the same sum, bearing levied, shall not "be directed to any five per cent interest, the said Norton other purpose than that for which It beiug willing to hold said original was levied, except as prescribed by law, bond at four per cent interest, but being and futher that there be levied a per willing to accept one In Its stead bear- capita or poll tax, on each male of the age of 21 years or over, residing in the ing 5 per cent Interest. It Is further ordered that the Com- county aforesaid of (f I.5O) one dollar missioner and Receiver be and he is and fifty cents for said year of l&ll, and hereby authorized to borrow the sum of said poll tax so levied is apportioned $2,000 if necessary in his discretion at For for the following purpose no greater rate of interest than five per road purposes fifty cents, and for Gen-era- ll cent, and he will execute for the Expense fund (J 1.00) and said tax amount so borrowed his obligation of obligations as said Commissioner and Continued on page & Poor House bond of if 1,000 payable James Durham, and paid off by Wm. Ahl, and reported by him, whereupon came 3aid committee and destroyed to-w- lt: - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING CO. r - I " 20c Pillow- - - 8c lloosier Colton fin e cases at 1 Cn is- Qp y; Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911 Subscription Pr'cu $1.00 a yinr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cent? per line, and 6 cents for encli additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct pleaso notify us. Unbleached lloosier CotMuston; the famou Indiana-madlin: Maple ns Kfrtnulnted sugar ami wold ns cheap; vniue 8cj at 6c a yaid; or let to h customer. 20 ls Mall Orders Promptly and Carefully Filled Fruit of the Lobm, 42x30 inches; PillowCasee; Hemmed Illeached, woith 50c each; 100 dczen In this sale at 15c 25c Table Oilcloth 2oc Hemmed Muck Towds at I5c with the Best Values in Stock and on Mall Order Pur chases of 15.00 or more wc pay Forwarding Charges to Points within 200 Miles. I liny lhee splendid heavy Uncle Towels by tlie dozen. The quality Is right lor hard wart; only 200 dozen to be sold, each loc. Louisville's Greatest Department Store White Table Oilcloth: bent qua!-it4s inches wide; 2flc good; while it lasts at. n yard 19c. May White Sale Now Going On Prices in Linens, White Offering Matchless Merchandise at Money-Savin- g Goods, Bedspreads, Cottons,, Sheets, Longcloths, Nainsooks, Etc. A Great Midseason May Sale of White Merchandise; a Big Sale of White Fabrics and Housekeeping Goods the Lewis way of doing things. For Governor. Wc arc authorized to announce JAS. B. MeCREARY ns a for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of the primary election May 27. delivered at Hnrdmsburg last Monday. Senator McCreary certainly knows the history of the Democratic party, and has the happy faculty of impressing the facts on his hearers. There is nothing overdrawn in what he says. He deals in facts, and makes them to plain a child can understand them. He had the closest attention and his hearers drank in every word he said. His speech helped the cause of Democracy in this county, and lined up the paity. He is a big, brainy man, and worthy the support of all true Democrats. You don't want to miss the lot sale at Jrvington next Saturday. This is a live, progressive town, and is growing as no other town in the State. It is u good place to put your money, especially in real estate. Go there and buy a lot and see it grow in value. One of the best Democratic speeches wc have heard in years was Sale of Women's and Misses' Silk Dresses We bought from one of ttye largest manufacturers in New York City, a lot of threo hundred imported fourlitrds and niessalincs, plain and figured. There is not a dress in the lot that wns tnacie to sell for less than $18.50, and many of them aro worth as high as $37.50. We have placed them on sale in two big Jots, at prices so far below their actual value as to make them the best values offered this sea.-on. FOULARD AND MESSALINE DRESSES; in women? and misses' sizes: light and dark colors; high and Dutch necks. " Made to oll nt $18.50 to $25: CQ QO u)uiUU priced at FOULARD AND MESSALINE, DRESSES; women's and misses' sizes; kimono or regular sleeves; sailor and lace collars. Made to sell at $30 to $37.50; (M fifi priced at Q I DiUU Judge Pollard, candidate for the r.cmiration for Attorney General, caught the crowd in his few minutes talk, and impiesnd them with the fact that he was in the race for that ollice. The Judge is a live Democrat and a worker fiom the mountains. Dr. A. R. Fisher brought to this ollice a rare llower. It was a pink dogwood blossom from the Confederate Home at Anchorage; and thisreminds us that the white blossoms aie plentiiul this year, of a big corn crop. which i. a sure SERGE AND ENGLISH WORSTEDS; silk lined; regular value $20 to $27.50; priced at ' Women's and Misses' new 0-- Tailor-Mad- e Suits at Half Price . short coats; n 01 ZiUU rn ENGLISH SERGES AND NOVELTY MIXTURES; jack" cts lined with peau de cygne silk; regular values 01 r nn $27.50 to $32.50; priced at OlOiUU Women's Modish Millinery First Floor Annex fitting Turbans, large an.l stuall shapes; in black, burut, red, blue, ou siile at Women's Stylish Footwear Priced Low For Friday. t, Tan Russia Calf Oxfords Blucher style; made on new wide toe last with medium high htel and welt sole; a very ntyli-mo el; regular $3.50 value. $2.65 Priced Friday at Four-eyele- Untrlmmed Hough Straws; Cloe 31.25 etc., regular values CQp UUu Judge Moss, of Bowling Green, is the presiding Judge at HARDINSBURG Mrs. Paul Conipton was a visitor :it Garfield Friday. A. M. Hardin, of Lodiburg, was in town Friday. C. L. Beard left Monday for a two weeks absence in New Mexicoon a prospecting. Mrs. 1). T. Penick left yesterday for her home at Cuter after a visit of several months to her parents, Mr. and 3Jrs. John Stith. J. C. DeHaven sold to Dr. McDonald of Cloverport a Jer.'ey cow for i?;.. Walter Moorman, live stock inspector of Breckinridge county, has completed his work of examining sheep except in Hudsonville District where lie begins his work th's week. He has examined about 1 ,000 sheep. Of these he reports a thousand that will ljave to be dipped twice. The assessors book shows 9.")(i0 sheep in the count'. With the increase of lambs. Mr. Moorman's figures tally very well with the assessor's findings. Mrs. Tom Ueard has returned from a week's visit to her mother, Mrs L. Hendry, of Raymond. The carpenters arrived last week and have begun work on the high school building. The foundation work was completed a few days ago. Tor Dental work see Dr. Walker. 1 Miss Anna Luinpton returned to St. Louis Saturday, after a visit of several weeks to Mrs. Lee Bishop. Miss Tula Daniel, who has returned from a visit of several weeks to St. Louis, was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday. Jess Walls went to Sample Saturday for a few days. Mrs. C. L. Beard was the guest of Mr. Chas. Blanford, of Bewleyville Sunday and Monda. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pile and son, Woodrow Wilson, of Mook, were guests of Mrs. Milt Miller Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith returned to Stepher.spoit Monday, after a two days visit ta Mr. and Mrs. Will Len-no- Black Hair Braids; new ami mod-is!- ) shapes; lntge and small stvle; good fl.50 values: oil sale QOp first floor annex, at Untrlmmed Hats; Urge sbap-- s; In burnt and black chips; rrgtil-- r ffl OC alues; on sale $2. -0 and large hit; values $0 and f6: ou sale at regular '.'.25 values; 011 sale at Hats; in assorted ; styles of turbfliis iui'1 walking and trimmed in quills, straw ornaments; regular fli ffl Cfj and values: on Mile at . .. .4) I .UU Summer Wreaths; in assorted colors; suitable for triuiitiint; small Ready-to-Wear uiod-ele- White Canvas . stvle with welt sole. $5.00, !?U)0 and Boots Button Priced at .$3.00 Orover's Soft Shoes For tender feel; full line for both house and These include kid ftreet wear. Oxfords, with pitent tip, at $3.00 ou: Km snap slippers at S3 and 4) Sailors; straight and rolling brim; in black, blue, red, burnt aud vvb'te; I"" I UU QQ White Wood-covered Canvas bet-l- ; Ankle-Stro- p- turned sole; TCp I mtmV made on a popular pump last. Priced at $1.80 Alberts ani Kin f ai.. ... mice :...$i.75j ii JJ A Sunday. Mrs. Rhoda Wright, of McQuady, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lntishev Brickey. Many Cloverport Reader Will Bread baking is guaranteed a success i you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Feel Grateful For The. No is the time to get 'rid of your A When your back gives out; Becomes lame, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set in, Your kidneys are "in a bad way." Don't delay use Doan's Kidney Pills. is good evidence of rheumatism. You will find Chamberlain's .Liniment wonderful effective. One application will conincfl you of its merit". Try it. For sale by all E To irilO SI Off ROUND TRIP TO LOUISVILLE VialL., H. & ST. L. R'Y Here James Gardner wns a week end Mrs. Andrew H. Nichols, Fourth St., guest of Franklin Mlller,of near town. Cannelton. Ind., says: "My back was Continued on Page Five very lame and I had pains across my loins that caused me no end of suffer- Make a note now o get Ely's Cream ing 1 was irouoieu uy ui" j,...-.- , Halm if you are troubled with nasal cawas extremely nervous and had so little tarrh, hav fever or cold in the head. It strength that I could hnrdly attend to is purifying and soothing to the sensiWhen t read about my housework. tive membrane that lines the Kidney Pills, I had my husband Doan's It is made to overcome the disTheir use soon get a box for me. ease, not to fool the patient by a short, brought relief and improved my condideceptive relief. There is no cocaine tion in every way." (Statement given nor mercury in it. Do not be talked inApril 17. 1907 ) to taking a substitute for Ely's Cream All druggists sell it. Balm. Price 15, 1910, when Mrs. Nichols .r0c. Mailed by Ely Bros. , 56 Warren . On March interviewed, she said: "I gladly was Street, New York. recommend Doan's Kidney Pills again. I do not think there is another kidney medicine on the market as good as Doan's Kidney Pills, especially for peo- pie of advanced age." Price 5U For sale by all dealers. n w., ouiiaio, cents. New YorK, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-.Miiour- their worth. IS SLCCESSFVL-llO- ir Til L Y M.I OF. S1.1RT. THE .ISSlflR IS 1 HE HE IV IHI A IMPROVED LITTLE RL.WYC.1Sir: YOVLL BE READY will TIIF I COMES lh ii.i i , SAVINGS ACCOVSI START SAI'IKG HERE OffORTVSlTY Restrict The Keeping Of Swine Within The Corporate Limits Of The City Of Clover- ruu t port, Kentucky The City Council of the city of Cloverport do ordalu as follows: That it shall be unlawful to keep, maintain or harbor any hogs, shoats or pigs within the corporate limits of the city of Cloverport, Ky., between the first day of May and first day of September of each year. Any person or persons violating this ordinance shall be fined not less than two dollars nor more than twenty dollars for each hot,'. shoat or pig kept, maintained or harbor ed within the corporate limits o'f said city, and each day of twenty-fou- r hours 'shall constitute a new offense, ft t & SOIV AND YOU'LL FIND IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE TOUR OPPORTUNITY. a In EAir or cu Wo wish to'stuto to the public that ihU institution is ready for the State Bank Examiner any time. Rules Governing Sale art) Delivery of Ice Cloverport, Season 1911 Sunday, May 21, Train Leaves Falls of Rough " Glan Dean " McQuady Hardinsburg Harned " Garlicld " Basin Spring " Irvington Arrive Louisville Returning Leaves Louisville 1911 "ni. G:05 a. " " " Kirk 0.35 0:45 " 0i52 ' 7:00 " 7:10 " 7:28 " 7:44 " 8:05 " 10:05 " 7:30 p. m. ATTRACTIONS BASE BALL Louisville vs Kansas City; Fountaino Ferry Park, "the Park Beautiful" 5 Theatres TICKETS GOOD ON SPECIAL TRAIN ONLY but this ordinance shall not apply to hogs, shoats or pigs brought Into the corporate limits of said city for the purpose of sale or shipment and which do not remain within the corporate limits of said city for a period longer MATTINGLY than three day, neither is It to apply to hogt, shoats or pigs that have been Plsgah slaughtered. Albert Newman, of the ATTEST Paul Lewis, Clerk; J. A. seriously 111 with little neighborhood Barry, Mayor. hopes of recovery. John E. Brickey, who has been sick NOTICE for sometime, Is no better. Asher Newby, who has been very ill, The committee in charge of the fund is improved. for sending the county President, Mr. Miss E. Burdett and Mrs. Joe Bur to dett, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Henderson to San Francisco the International convention In June Clint Frank, last Sunday. report something over half the amount Mr. and Mrs. James Perkins visited needed In hand. Many schools have his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Perkins not responded which will want to do so last Sunday. it the matter Is, properly presented. Mrs. Nobe Pate, who has been visit The honor Is not so much to Mr. Hening her daughter, Mrs.'Vachel Hinton, derson, though he deserves it because of Louisville, has returned home. of his unselfish labor in the Sunday-Schofield, but It is rather to your Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bates, Mr. deand Mrs, Tom Brickey, were guests of county. There are only fifty-tw- o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank Sunday. legates from Kentucky and there are Rev. Chas. Golf and wife, of Tarfork one hundred and nineteen counties. It visited their daughter.Mrs. Will Mason is an honor to any county to have a de- ol No ice will bo tsold at plant or wagon on credit. It must bp paid for in cash or by tickets taken from book by employee of the company. Books will be sold at Plant, Bank of Cloverport and M. Hamman & Son's, on a credit of 30 and 00 days, 10 per cent discount for cah at time of purchase. Books will bo taKen up and paid for by.TUo Cloverport lco Co., at end of season on eamo terms as sold, for all unused tickets. We find the abovo rules necessary to save book work. Prices at plant or wagon: Less than full block lOo per 100 lbs., except in 5o lots, when price will bo 50c per 100 lbs. During month of May, will deliver on Wednesday and Saturday. Please telephone orders to plant or C; AV. Ilatnnutn on day before. Previous notice Must bo given. Any discourtesies on part of employees, please report to AI. J. Bohen, in writing. Thanking each and ovory customer for all courtesies and business in past, and assuring you of our endeavors to pleaso in the future Jipmid . it. SIMOtl. ruil. THE CLOVERPORT ICE CO. e. w; kimmin, Silii Mitr. legate named. Last International con- Claycomb, Webster, Ky., who ha$ vention Breckinridge county had two. charge of the funds. Let us show our appreciation of the action of the Executive Committee by J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of making it possible for our delegate to Greensburg, Kentucky, says: "We use go. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our make up and send an own household and know it Is er ell offering for this purpose to Mr. Chas. ent." For sale by all dealeri . Sunday-Schools r. r A Riliilla Remid FOR SENATOR M'CREARY CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quick If absorbed. fiivei Relief AT HARDINSBUR6 Says Democratic Principles Are the Only Salvation For the Himself For Better Roads and Better Educational System. - nrul protects ilfcnscif mem. brano resulting from Cfttnrrb and drives away aCold In tliolleftd quickly, llestores tho Senses of Tiwto and Smell. Full ?lz6 BO cts. nt Druggists or by mnll. Liquid Cream Halm for uso in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, CO Wnrrcu Street, New York. heals It cleanses, it Once. nootliM, the Nation- Declared We may not be your nearest druggist, but we try to come the nearest pleasing you GIBSON & SON I Proceedings Continued trom pairo 3 Wants.! Por Sale In Our Back Yard We have a Game of Baseball every nftornoon, Some of t lit fellows wenr wool punts nnd when they slide, Oh my! Wlmt their ninmnm does to them I'd better not say. But for mi J wcitr a LITTLE TUDOR Vou can see from my - Marc Colis. COIt HAt.K-Tli- Colt, no two jtnrs Uvrman Coach Mare old. 'ri f3M If all Payne, WobitiT, K'y. yANTEIl-S- Imrfi, Ky Wante- d- Stock Hogs. 0 Stock llovn weigh from 'm"(,, "rot Ilardlns- - 30 A I Customer. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE DEMOCRATS GLAD TO SEE HIM Hmdinsburg, Ky., May , Special! Siinitor McCreary, the Democratic cnrnli lute for Givernor, spoke at tne Court II use Monday to the la gent body of Democrats that has been seen at the county lent for linny years. There was hardly standing room for those who wished to hear n man who bad been so conspicuous in the public afiairs of the nation in the last quarter of a Century. Mr, McCreary acquitted himself with great honor in n speech ot nn hour or more, dealing with the vital issues before the people, and assuring them in the wind-uthat the only hope for the country was the ultimate triumph ul Democratic principles in the nation. Mr. McCreary promised the people thnt if tlecled Goveruor.it would be his sole aim to do the hest he could for the people of a great old Siate. He said he was for better road; n better educa tional syitetn, and for those things that would put Kentucky to the front. The Senator made a fine impression, and he will get a large vote in the coun ty. II,e impressed upon Democrats the importance of going out to the prima.-in July. He said that Republicans in other States would watch for the result in our State this year, and uur success would have an important bearing on the Presidential race in I9I2. p linyi' a customer foratfiod farm Inr'Ht. d nivir the railroad and near a ttwl He has the eah to pay. ,Ino. MnMuigc, Clo- - l, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES r GENERAL OFFICES For Sale work maris, nafo and havi; mule coUh which I will soil rlKht. O. W. Htnore, .McQuaay, Ky. C lit SALIv-- S Ho-IMHinrt BuiKi t IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES f 15he Breckenridge News ID, 1911 20Jt HAI.K-- A 15 Knit no: Watklns m ike, in Rood Ilreckunrldgu Nuws, C ovorport, Ky. horse power stationery lr. WEDNESDAY, MAY RUES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices J 2.50 $5.00 For County Offices lo.OO For State and District Offices 10 &ot Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line LOCAL BREVITIES Wm. Mullen left last. week for Kansas City. Ed. Morrison went to Owensboro Sunday. Miss Eva Pan Monday. Dr. Uilliary Boone went to Irvitigtou Monday. For Sale A pair of, small scales at the News office. ,. Mrs. Tony Nicholas is ill of her home . In Fourth street. Miss Nannie Collins has been visiting relatives in Middletown. Mrs. Grnbini Jolly and children went I to Stephencport Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roht. Pierce, of ' West Point, were here Sunday. Tomato plants for sale. 7 M certs per dozen. Mrs. Chas. Warfield. Joe Smith, of Oklahoma, is the guest Qf Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Smith. .Mrs. and Mrs. Fraize Mnttingly, of Gtvensboro, have returned home. Wanted a Cook For particulars write Mrs. Foster Htyser, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Hoffious Beheu and daughter, . Marion, were in Hawesville last week. Mr. and Mrs Ed. McAfee, of Irving- cTintit .Qnnrlnv hfrt with rplnttvpc ; went to Louisville ? 35 " I have a No. 1 sheep Dip recognized b the stock growers. Julian H Brown. B. F. Frank has been appointed district road supervisor for the Secoqd district. Pa,, EV C. was Harriett, of New Bloomfirld, the guest of'Miss Claudia Pate Sunday. A little daughter bus arrived at the '$ home of Mr. aud Mrs. Will Bowmer of Louisville. Mrs. Everetts Barnuui, of Columbus, Ohio, spent Sunday the guest of Miss Louise Babbage. I Call on him. William Hall, nf Webster, ws in Louisville Monday and bongnt a cr-loa- 't of cuttle for fee ling. Misses Susie HafTey, Vera and Sarah Wright were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe lUllmmi Sunday. Mrs. J. Byrne Severs nn son. Huch Uarrett, have returned from a visit to her parent in Owensboro. Miss Alice Waggoner was home fr3m the Irvington College Sunday and had as her guest Miss Eula Roberts Mr. land Mrs. Ernest Pate entertained at dinner for Mrs. fJxram Moomia and Mss. Dick Perkins last Thursday Herbert Lawson is here from Louis ville visiting Harold Gregory at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Morrison. Miss Anna Gerber and her aunt. Mrs. Kate Gerber, of Cannelton. hut., were uuestb of Mrs. C. T. McClanahan Sun day. Ransom Norton says, "I want to on your list Hgam, I can t iret aloni! without the News." He is u welcome addition. Frank Blaine was here from Stenh- ensport Sunday. He was accompanied home ty his daughter; Miss Lillian.who has been the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Graham Jolly, for several weeks. Word lm9 been received from Phila delphia of the death of Mrs. Heron. brie leaves her husband, D. C. Heron, and son, Willie' Heron. Mrs. Htron's friends in Cloverport Hre grieved to learn 01 tier ueatn. My big Shoe 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 Mav. It is vour opportunity to cet cheaD shoes Don't fail to take advantace of it. junan n. Brown. 1 1 South 4th street, ot Louisville, serves a nice dinner for 128 do cents. L. D. Addison, Wanted a good seamstress. For par-- f ticulars write to Mrs. C. W. Fletcher, Cloverport, Ky. SPECIAL LOW RATES ROUTE ON HENDERSON i $3.00 Cloverport to Louisville and re Mrs. Harrv Hills and children, of turn May 12 and I3, good till June ll; f Richmond, are the guest? of her mother, also May 18, 20, 25, 27', 30, and June 1, I Mrs. Mary Oelze. 3, 0 and 8, good to return two days after days of sale; on account of spring 00 ces. ' of fifty cents shall be devoted to work upon nnd expense of working the public highways in the district in which it is collected, and further that the levy for road and bridge purposes be and remain in the amount heretofore levied, Twenty-fiv- i cents to the $100 in value of taxable property but divided ns follows: Twelve and a hulf cents for roads and 12 1 2 for bridges, nnd further that taxes collected for road purposes from property situated in each Magisterial district of the county, shall be alloted to each district in which it is collected and the same shall be applied to road and culvert in each district, but the taxes collected to bridges, shall be expended where neccessary in the dis cretion ot the authority expending the same, and further that all persons that are required to work on public high ways, by law, work four days in said year 1!11, but not more than two days in each week, except in cases of unusual emergency, where such hands may be required to work any number of days in the week or year, to meet such emergency, and that all overseers require the road hands, in their respective districts to comply with this order as required by law, and whereas at a meeting of the Breckenridge County Board of Education on July 16, 1011, it is or dered that an advalorem tax of 20 cents of the ($10j.00) of taxable property, and il.UO capitation tax for the year, I9II, be levied for school taxes, and whereas a copy of said order has been presented to this court, it is further ordered that tne levy for school purposes for the year 1011, as provided for in Section No. 58 and 09 of the school law of 1003 be 20 cents on the ?I00 in valuation ot taxable propertv, and a poll tax of f 1.00 on each male citizen, ot the age of 21 years or over, resident in Breckenridge county, except in the Cloverport Graded School district, und any other instances as the law excepts and the vote being taken on said motion, the yea and nay vote resulted as follows: G. A. Wright, yea; Geo. Harris, nay; Sam Dix, nay; John Akers, yea; Dan Quiggins, yea; B. A. Whittinghill, nay. The vote being a tie, Judge Wag goner voted yea, and the motion was declared, carried and is made the order of the court. The Justice voting nay on this motion objected to the feature of the motion only, which applied to free labor on the public roads and not that portion of the motion referring to the levying of taxes. Claim of G. A Wright allowed holding inquest over Carrie Pyles 7 50 Ordered that three claims presented by John P. Morton . & Co., No. 32, due 10l7-,No2S6 due 1008, No. 114 due. 1007, the three claims !19 90 amounting to Claim of 'Jule Jackson, allow- to-wi- t: For Sale pOU SALE-Dce- qs, MortRUKos and all kinds NTH-I ii'iuui. It'll' itf-- iiniur. l. IhiWcs.... Tem.iit .. .. L.1KOVHZ, Wanted Tenant. A tenant for the Ilnllm :in fiirm picture thnt it's wlmt the printer men cnll 'nifty' and if i get it dirty, well, mother sujs dirt doesn't kill nnd Tudor Suits wnsh like calicn only they nkvku fade; the buttons stay on too, and I guess tho seams must be lixed light for they never chafe or my skin. te "'V i.ewisport, Ky. ...Ml-.l- . They cost from 50c to 75c; Come sec them. For Sale Scholarship In tho IlowllnR uiin mem of that University. kxhi in iiny uoLiirt MrcekenrldKoNews, SAl.K-Scliolar- ihlp puu mi, J. J O Hook, C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. 2 00 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 M Bates, judge November election I9IO 00 J J Keenan, clerk November ed for conveying paupers 2 5O Claim pf Dennie Sheeran, S. B. C, allowed, (itemized) 2g6 8S Claim of Bradley & Gilbert Co. allowed for one cash ' book 11 5O Chvmof W. J. Hall, Jailer claim allowed (itemized) 222 60 Claim of The Bradley & Gilbert Co. allowed for Docket for Quarterly Court and Guardian Bond book 25 00 The following claims were allowed for election officer at the November election, 1010, Jas. W. Miller, Judge of Nov ember election, 1010 2 00 5 Chas. M. Heston, ludgo November election, 1010 . 2 00 John E. Monarch, clerk Nov ember election, 1010 2 00 G. P. Ball, sheriff November election, 1010 2 00 S M Crume, judge Novem 2 00 ber election 1010 JohnW. Kennedy, judge Nov to-wi- t: ber election I9IO judge November T 2 70 ember election I9IO C L Bruington, cleik, Novem ber election 1910 M H Norton, sheriff Novem ber election 1010 John P Hnswell. judge Nov ember election 1010 D S Miller, judge November election I9IO Hubert DeJarnette, clerk November election I9I0 A McMeador, sheriff Novem- - 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 election 1010 W J Hall, judge November election 1010 Wm Ahl, clerk November election 1010 Tice Hendrick, sheriff November election 1010 C J Mattingly, judge November election 1010 R F Carter, judge November election 1010 R B Pierce, clerk November election I9IO L V Chnpin, sheriff November election 1010 J O Willis, judge November election I9IO J M Robertson, judge Novem ber election 1010 RT Polk, clerk November election 1910 H L Stader.sheriff November election 1910 H A Oelze, judge November election I9IO H H Newton.judge November election I9IO Thos L Wroe, clerk Novem ber election lOU' J E Black, sheriff November election 1010 00 70 00 Alf Hawkins, sheriff November election 1010 00 J W McCoy, judge November election 1010 00 Wm Gilbert, judge November election 1010 00 Lee Walls, clerk November election I9IO SO J H Perry, sheriff November election 1910 00 E F Eaget, judge November election I9IO GB 00 80 00 SO 00 00 00 2 SO 2 00 Cunningham judge Nov- 2 so 2 00 .2 SO 00 2 SO ! 00 election 1010 W P Taul, J .dge November election I9IO so 2 00 ember election I9IO G Jarboe, clerk November election 1010 L H Bosley, sheriff November election lgtO J H Avitt, judge November election 1010 M S Jolly, judge November election 1010 J W Brown, clerk November election I9IO W E Claycomb, sheriff November election 1010 P R Claycomb, Judge November election I9IO H B Parks, judge November election 1010 II Continued on 60 00 20 00 20 00 SO pact'' I THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD An : 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never .scaled a check. absolutely Safe Place EXAMINED (o do Business. 3 per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 COMPOUND CALLOUSES Tells Splendid Cure for Them J and All Foot Troubles., c HOE 3 C OB m non HARDINSBURG ee I I Continued from Page Four They went fishing Friday and Satury A compound callous is the secondary Btage when It grows Inward and press- day. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Ball, of Louis ures on the nerves, causing intense pain. if" Unit isto vAAitfin stitvn t Viomtrn1iaa f ville, were guests of relatives Sundav lilways got worse, sometimes irritating and Monday. J. Jthe wholo nervous system. The follow in Dr. and Mrs. few E. Klncheloe were Louisville a days last week. ing is a most effective and Misses Nannie and Delia Klncheloe speedy cure "Dissolve two Coleman Hnswell and tablespoonfuls of Caloclde and Messrs. attended ouarterlv meet- Taylor Beard In a basin of hot water. ing atWestview Sunday. Soak the feet In this for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Comoton were full fifteen minutes, gently In Louisville several days last week. massaging tho sore parts. Misses Martraret and Lillian Beard (Less time will not give the entertained a week end party composdesired results.) The sore- ed of Misses Ruth Klncheloe, Margaret ness will disappear Imme Peyton, Annie Lewis Whitworth and diately and the callous can bo easily Isabel and Martha Gardner. jeled off. Repeat thjB for several Mrs. Taylor Beard and daughter. wynts. a ntue olive oil ruuuea into Miss Hannah were In Louisville last VI.. I,. ...... week at attending the May music fes tival. uHiubtuu .a il iii emu! nuuiu ' Mrs. Clarence Hodge and children. tlon for all foot ailments. ns, corns ana ingrowing nails get of McLeansboro, III., arrived Saturday nt relief and are soon cured. Bad ior a visit to ner parents, judge and felling and sore feet need but a few Milton Board. 'Bread baking success Is guaranteed miuicmo, vuiuliuu la uu 1UUKCI Lull if you use the Lewiport BEST Flour." ed to doctors' use. Any druggist has Sold by J. II. Gardner. in stock or will quickly get it from wholesale house. A twenty-fivHeavy, impure blond makes amuddv. eBt package Is usually enough to put pimply complexion, headache, nausea, k worst feet in fine condition. It indigestion, Thin blocd makes vou prove a blessing to persons who weak, pale, sickly. Burdcck Wood Bitve been vainly trying Ineffectual ters makes the blood rich, red, pure restores perfect health. lets and foot powders. 111 1 1 Notions at Special Prices For Mail Order Customers. Send your order in at once, we will see that it is carefully and promptly filled. We also pay torwardi ng charges on all purchases to the amount of $5.00 or more within 200 miles of Louisville. Raiiroad fares rebated at our transfer desk, first floor, to all who wish to do their shopping in Louisville. SHOULDER BRACES. These will enable you to breathe deep, expands tho lungs. Ilnvo your children wear them. Come in sizes for men, women and childron. OCn 75c valuo, Mail Order Special ZOu LADIES' SANITARY BELTS. Perfect lilting, washable; each in a neat box for mailing. All sizes. 25c value, fn I MR Mail Order Special SANITARY SERVIETTES. Antiseptic, absorbent and odorless: recommended by nil physicians. Packed 0 in OPn a box Mail Order Special Zuu BUST FORMS. A help to homo dressmakers. State size pn ot mist. Toe valuo; .Mail Order Special QjU 1U0 lards bpool bilk; black only; 75c valuo; 45c Mail Order Special, por dozen HOOKS AND EYES. Black and white. All sizes; 2 doz. Hooks and Eyes on a card; 5c valuo, Mail Order Special, C Qu cards for BUST FORMS. Especially designed for homo use. correct lines and proportions. A splendid help to evtfM ftp ery dressmaker. Send size of Bust. $1.75 value; Mail Order Syeeial Oi DRESS JORMS. Complete, furnished with extension pn stand that can bo raised or lowered to any desired uZiuU skirt length; $4 50 value; Mail Order Special rno snmo iorm wun extra nieuoi trimming ior .f.j.uu. DRESS SHIELDS. A regulur 10c kind; all now goods at an extraordinar low prico. Size iJ only; rn Qu Mkil Ordur Spccittl, per pair DRESS SHIELDS. Kloinart make; just received 5.000 pairs; an opportunity for dressmakers and homo sowers to lay 4 m a supply; 15c and 18o values, Mail Order Special; Uu No. 3, 75c a doz.; No. 4, J5o a doz. Per pair Up-to-dat- e, iO m e STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Incorporated 11 in. HOE DC 30E 3C hoc LOUISVILLE, KY. DC 30E DOC HOOK AND EYE TAPE. Rust proof Hooks und Eyes. Mail Order Special per dozen 0 yards 5l.o0, per 15c yard HOE DC HOE DC HOE -- m IE) JLVER A CHAl'TEK XIII. HE princess' fnco told mo tm nt Of TM is STAH n nothing tlmt night. She received nie very graciously, would not let mo kneel to bcr. Ittit there wns something In her manner which mndc me feel that the hopes which hnd crown up In my heart so quickly thnt day wcro luxuriant weeds, lit only to be cut down. She would not let mo talk much about what had happened In the city. "We are In perilous times," she said. "But you must be tny prisoner still. You are not yet able to brave dangers. Hero you nro safe. Oct strong again quickly. Sir Verrall, for I have need of you." And so she dismissed me. Princess Darin hnd a pardon. The only entrance to It wns from her suit of npartinents. IIIpli walls surrounded It. and there wns no fenr of prying eyes. Here I wns privileged to walk or lie nt full length In the shade Copyright, Of some tree, filling my lungs, with 9 1 907. by R. F. Fcnno & Co. ple "were descended rrora tno survivors of the last orusnde. Ever nnd ncnln'tho princess would lead rao to consider my present posi tion. No ancient history couiu neip mo In "The days pass swiftly" she said. "You are almost strong now. Tho priests clamor for action, and the people cry with them. What are wo to do?" ".Insar suggested n way out of the "My death illlllctilty," I answered. would relieve your highness of much trouble." "It Is no time to talk folly. It Is time to act." was all she said to me. Tho princess told me that she needed kuishts with strong arms and strong courage. She said tne priests were loyal to her apart from my cause. After a long conversation I suggested to her that I would attend the next coun cil aud tell the members thnt Her en I volunemies should be defeated. teered to go to Yndasnra as a spy. The princess was apprehensive of such a scheme, but I soon relieved her fears. I told her I hoped to place her on the! throne, nnd when she asked me what I that j "1 TOOK nEll HAND AND K1SS1U) IT PAS- SIONATELY." new health at every breath. Hero and, I talked, and the princess joined us, staying only a little while Jusar at Hist, but afterward longer. She talked of plans for the future. My friends were so few that It was Itn- possible for me to stand unless could be devised against my enemies. Truth to tell, my friends and enemies troubled me little Just then. I was too happy to fear the future, for the princess became each some-thin- g i day less a princess and more a woman. I lived in the present. I told them something of my country, of London, of railroads and telegraphs sum ( , j ecu land had never been heard of. "You tell of strange things, Sir Verrall," Jasur said. "Hut because tho people in Drusonland are superstitious and legend loving you must not think that wo are all ready to believe tales so far beyond all possibility." "I speak the truth. There are even more marvelous things tlmt I have not told you of." "Her highness loves not superstl- tlon and has no fear of disasters which the priests prophesy. We know that no miracle brought you Into our land aud that to account for your coming you used a legend to save yourself. Why seek to deceive us who are your !. in.- h. Ii i Urns-- , expected as a reward I answered her that love dictated. She understood. Then she asked my name. When I told her It was Clinton Verrall It pleased her. "It Is the name of the man who worships you," I whispered, and I took her hand and. bending low, kissed It passionately. I dared not touch her lips. .Inst then .Insar came In and told the princess that the count was asking for her. She gave me her hand nnd said: "Be brave for my sake tomorrow. I'or my sake return from Yndn-snra.- " Then she left tne. Tho council wns fixed for the after noon. It was an unusual time, but the princess hnd so ordered It Tho niociet I entered the hull I ft It equal to auy Danger hung In the air, emergency. nnd my courage rose to meet It I mounted the steps and took my placo as near to the princess' chair as possible. I endeavored to hold my own firmly but courteously, neither making myself too prominent nor seeking I was not a to escape observation. prisoner about lo plead for mercy, but a man prepared to hurl defiance In the teeth of a crowd Incensed against me. Vasca stood beside the chair nnd to him I bowed. Then I turned to the chief of the priests and bowed to him lower still. Purposely, I think, tho princess did not keep the council waiting. I had In a language ' der and are no true Drussculanders. We know that tho hand which held the knife was not tho band of him who devised the crime. The tool paid dearly for his part, nnd so in good time shall they who planned and who, to screen themselves from our anger, silenced forever the guards who could Now wo are hnve betrnyed them. here not to judge, nor of our wish Is this council cnlled together. It Is by tho wish of the knight you hnve accused; not nil of you, but some. Only vaguely has ho heard tho charges brought against him, and, since there can be no steady answer to vague ru mor, it Is our will that you who have nught to say speak and that the knight shall answer you. You who listen." nnd she swept her arm round to include every upturned face In the hall "you who listen give a patient hear Ing. We seek not to guide you. but bo honest men. not fools of passion to be led by every ono who tries to move you. Be Drussonlanders. not wretches making our street corners dangerous, men ready to creep In the dark and stab from behind. I have gloried In that I am your princess, gloried In tho brave hearts I rule, gloried In your deeds, hnve been proud to cry to the whole world that I am a princess In Drussenland. but show me that you nre cravens, men afraid to meet their enemy face to face, and I will fling this golden circle of my sovereignty nmong you. Make whom you will your ruler. I should think It shame to call such men my subjects." For a moment there was silence: then a murmur ran through the hall nnd then a great roar. She had touched them. Dexterously she had paved the way for rae. "You. our priests, have somewhat ngainst the knight." she said when the shouting hnd censed, "and you. our loynl knights. Spenk honestly, nnd you. Sir Verrnll. nnswer honestly, so justice shall be done" She looked first nt the chief of th nrlest. Urn nt fount Vns"a nnd then If !" doubt If nny other noticed It She bowed proudly ns n roar of voices welcomed her, but she looked pnlo nnd anxious. "It bns ever been our custom in Drussenland to let even n prisoner gpenk an answer to his nccusers." It wns u relief to hear her voice break tho silence. She spoke softly, yet so clearly that she must have been heard even In the farthest corner. "In these days, however. It bns pleased certain of our subjects to speak bitterly of ono who Is not n prisoner one who came to us and was welcomed by us ns a knight long expected In our land. Tho Judgment that he was what he has claimed to be rested not with us. Wisdom greater than ours declared his coming to be propitious to our state, nnd In nrms be has borne himself ns many a valiant warrior can here attest. Yet some among us have spoken bitterly of him, nnd more hnve, In their hearts, condemned him yWjJiout n hearing. That Is Indeed Injustice! "But worse offense has been committed. In our own palace, at our very door, was this knight attacked while ho guarded our person. If the assassin's knife were raised against us. then truly we nnd nil our loynl subjects owe this knight thanks for his protection of us. If, as some alllrm, tho attack was made upon the knight, thou nre there some nmong us whom it would bo well 'to stamp out, since for lack of courage they seek to murgnl-lnntl- The Cause of Many-SuddeThere I n Deaths. in this country mostdangerousbecauseso decep I ID II tive, manysuuuen deaths arc caused by it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease. If MP friends?" "Yes, friends." said is a disease prevailing the princess Boftly. I was Inclined to be angry, but a moment's reflection told mo bow impossible my tales must seem to them. "Indeed, there is no deceit," I answered. "Things are as 1 have told you In my country, Besides, my coming was somewhat of a miracle, and it was not I who claimed to be tho expected kulght. remember. It was O'ltyau who suggested It nnd the priests believed it." Then I told them how 1 enmo Into Drussenlnud, beginning with the tale that poor Mustaphn told that night "Tell mo tho history of Drussenland," I said. Jasar told it to me, hurrying through the legendary part, dilating fully on that which was known to be true. The Drussculanders wcro tho descendants of a great army gathered from all the nations of tho world so Jnsur said which was led into a country beyond tho hills to fight for tho true religion. Year after year this army, constantly recruited, fought with varying success, aud at last cuino peace. Some returned homo again; soma remained in the laud of their wnrfare, took wives of the daughters of the land, uud wandered forth to find a city to dwell in. So they bad coino to Drussenland, and, as tho years passed, beenmo a great "BK HONEST MEN, NOT FOOLS OP I'AHillON." people. This was the legendary part taken my placo only a fow moments which Jasar said might havo some when the curtalna were drawn, and truth In It be stepped to her seat She shot one . To ma It Koenaed cjear, TJieee peo txift glance at vutr-ft- a axlfj. .tkat 1 allowed toudvance blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of brick-duthe bladder, or sediment in the urine, head ache, back ache, lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Madder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidcorrects inability to neys. Swamp-Rohold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled, to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swuuip-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest of its remarkable health restoring projerties. A trial will convince anyone. Swamp-Rois pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fifty-ceand size bottles. You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghaniton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make auy mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Rooand Jon't let a dealer tell you something in place of Swamp-Roo- t U you do ym will be disappointed. st ot se ot nt one-doll- ar t, kidney trouble is The priest began to spenk In n rather singsong tone, as though he were reciting a lesson he had committed to memory, "The expected kulght wns to do innny things in Drussenland," ho snld. "Ho wns to bring peace nnd plenty Into It. Tlmt he should bo mighty in achievement I believed, but with that I hnve nothing to do. My ofllce hinders mo from wielding a sword, nnd, though my heart may leap at tho sight of brnvo deeds, can havo no part In thorn. My ofllce Is to wntch over tho sacred things of this laud, to punish I'thoso who bring our great religion Into disrepute, giving occasion to those of lesser intellect to revile nnd turn tho God wo worship Into n Jest. "Your highness has broken a law, nnd therefore your people hnve bro-- , ken n Inw. Think you pence nnd plenty shall be poured Into the Inps of .ithosc who sin? I rejoiced nt tho knight's coming, so Is my sorrow keen thnt ho has made bis mission of i er none effect For him punishment awaits nt the bnnd of him who sent him. Our duty Is not to delny bis go Ing. If It bo so willed thnt ns he so miraculously came miraculously can he bo taken from us, then it shall be. Hut death Is the only menus wo mortals know of by which ho can return. Therefore by death should wo I would seek pardon for ourselves. my words could tnko a happier tone. If 'my eyes nro blinded. If 1 have not read our Inws aright, then power will be granted to tho knight to increnso my wisdom. I wish not to condemn him unheard.. It is not 1 that condemn hlra It Is our religion which does so." "For my own part, I had rather silent," said Count Vnscn. "It may seem envious lu me to seek to condemn n knight who In tournament has mot me honestly and In the field has fought vnllantly. Indeed. I speak only for the many ns chief of tho knights who attend your highness." "That wo know. Sir Vnscn." said tho princess, looking fixedly at him. She did not tnko her eyes from him while ho spoke. Perhaps be saw distrust In them. for. after beginning so humbly, he went on bitterly enough: "The priest has spoken of tho laws. With them I have nothing to do, but. since the priests and I havo been often at variance. In that wo nro ngrecd In this mutter proves the Justice of our complaint. The knight wns to accomplish two things with which I am concerned to place your highness on the throne In Yndasarn aud to find a treasure that should bring plenty to I blame not that .these our land. things nro not yet accomplished, but that nothing has been done. We are nt present a divided country, and whichever side finds tlur Treasure wins These also the throne In Yadasara. foreign dogs the king has brought Into this land would leave him tomorrow were they paid for doing so. and there are hundreds of men in this city who would march to Yadasara tomorrow, were the treasure In the king's hands The time Is ripe to win or to lose, for They expected success or rebellion. much of Sir Verrall's coming. They bollevo they nre doomed to disappointment, therefore they cry out Though, as a true Drussenlander. I have no pity for those who attacked tho knight when he stood your highness' sentinel, still 1 affirm that he has only himself to blame. If he Is the expected knight let him fulfill his mission; If not lot him nnswer for the He wlil-- h made us give him welcome." A murmur of approbation sounded through the hall. Then all eyes turned townrd me. I found courage in the look that was in the princess' eyes as she turned to me. "I am accused of breaking a law or of causing your highness to break It." I said. "It Is true. That 1 succeeded, though with difficulty, us you. who heard mo make my petition, know well, Is the greatest good I havo accomplished since I have been in DrusYour I will tell you why. senland. priest said If he had Judged nmlss I should havo power to Increase his wisdom. That power I have. I wlsn him power to understand, nnd not only tho priest, but all you who hear me. From whence 1 came you do not know. You have a legend which you look to bo fulfilled, and at my coming you welcomed me. Think you fulfillment comes exactly as men expect? The priests hnve wisdom, nnd they prophesy, but I enme Into Drussenlnud from a more enlightened country, where the wisdom of your priests would bo but as tho Idlo prattling of a child. This Inw of yours that prisoners of war shall be slain was framed when men knew Ilttlo of him they worshiped. This ho bids mo tell you thnt .to kill men ns you would kill your prisoners Is murder. In thnt tho priests prophesy dlsnster to this land becnuso that law Is broken they err most grievously. I prophesy pence for this Innd If you let mercy rule you rather than veugennce. I fenr nothing of what you enn do to me. Death! What Is It? A moment In time that sends mo to a life of rest. But 1 have a mission, ns every true man has. nnd If lu living I cannot fulfill It It shall bo fulfilled in dying. That is my nnswer to your priests. They orr from Ignorance. I have been given power to speak wisdom to them. Let them bownre how they shut their oars to tho voice that speaks tho truth. "Count Vasca's accusation Is of a different kind. I hnvo not yet plnqed your princess on tho tbrono In Ynda-sarI have not yet found the treasure hidden In this land. But ho has mado a graver accusation, not against me. but against you. What men are they who hold loyulty so lightly, who cure so little who reigns over tlit-m-. who grumble so loudly aud who would so readily march to Yndasnra to fight ngainst her highness? Who ro they? Speak! In her highness' name, I promUo pardon to any man No who confesses to disloyalty, What! Are we e atraBgely i 1 I ! i an-iw- Facts About Motherhood dred is prepared or understands how to properly caro for Of courso near ly everv woman now ndnys lias medical treatment nt tho timo of child-birtbut many approach the experience with an organism unfitted for tho trial of strength, and when the strain is over her system lias received a shock from which it is hard to recover. .Following right upon this comes tho nervous strain of caring for tho child, and a distinct change in tho mother results. Thero is nothing more charmingthan a happy and healthy mother of chil- tiren, ami nmccacima-uirt- h under right conditions need ho no hazard to health or beauty. Tho unexplainablo thing is that, with all tho evidence of shattered nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, women will persist in going blindly to the trial. It isn't ns though tho experience camo upon them unawares. They have ample time in which to prepare, but they, for tho most part, trust to chance and pay tho penalty. In many homes onco childless thero are now children becauso of tho fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy, and strong. her-sel- f. h. Hiiflncss men say tlmt tho ability to gnin'the nttention is often tho secret of success in life. SMITH'S Tho exnerienco of Motherhood is a trying one to most women nnd marks distinctly an epoch In their lives'. Not ono woman m n nun Signs Catch the Eye Show Cards Uiuiners. . . Lilbon E. Smith 1 Phone 31 Y. ocoizolMocriocz3 BALL & MILLER and Sale Liveiy, Feed Stable Bus Meets all Trains strict confidence. divided Any woman who would lilto special nclvico in regard to this matter is cordially invited to write to airs. PiiiJcfmm at Liynn, Mass. Her letter y.ill be held in that find In Hardinsburg, O CZ30EZZ) OOO : Ky CZIOIZD subjects murmurrs without? this hall only loyal a place? Are all the Iteicn:!;cr. the 1 1 count Uv'cused you. not 1. have ib uiuiiui iiuiij fought beside some of you. have witnessed many of yon do gallantly I have more faith In you than the count lias." And then, turning quickly to ttie princess, I added: "These aie honest men. your highness, but they toured to contradict your kinsman." "The rafters rang again. bad an orator lo some purpose. "You see. Count Vasca, you were misWhy, when the enemy tied taken. across the river the other day were we not' led to follow them? You are a soldier. You know why The time 'was not ripe. It would have been to court defeat We knew not at what point the city was least defended. Neither Is the time ripe for the finding of the treasure, but It ripens." Twenty years' expeiience i n "Any kulght could speak so. We expect deeds, not words, from Sir Vertho execution of rall," he answered. "You hnve forced me to words. Mark ConDeeds, you not" and I spoke to those In the hall "mark you not how the two legal things go together? To set the prin cess on the "throne in Yadasara and to find 'a treasure. At the sword's point must ono be accomplished. Is It not the sword's point which shall unlock tho hiding placo of the other? Your Prices Reasonable for First-clas- s treasure lies hidden where only knightWork ly deeds can win It Your treasure Is valueless until the foreigner is driven from the land. Where thluk you a treasure would most likely lie in Drus -J. jvT- - TJi ?3f-?- 3 N senland? Where but in tho greatest ft stronghold the land coutalns In the Morinn Uoafhorhnlt muiiun Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky 1 Fire and Plate Fidelity Bonds Glass Insurance Mortgages, tracts and other documents v. r7 J fortress of Yadasara?" Again the rafters rang. Tho knights shouted ns good knights will shout at tho promise of conflict Even tho priests forgot to scowl and listened. "Here nro swords in plenty. Lead us to victory!" So the knights shouted, and I knew thnt the greatest danger wns over. "I will do more," I said. "Three dnys hence I will go to Yadasara. I will enter the city and spy out its weakness that is. if her highness gives mo leave." Tho count's lip curled. "You will not return," ho snld. "I shall, Count Vasca. I shall return to lead loyal men to victory" I turned to fnco tho now excited 'crowd. I spread out my nrms. nnd I a cried to thorn: "Sir knights, loyul men of Drussen land. have I answered my accusers? Shout your trust In me. or. if there Is no trust, see hero I stand unarmed. ft draw your weapons and slny me." I had played a bold game. It had 'Hi served me well. had wou. 1 Stock Work ur Specialty Tho News' Job Rooms are prepared to get out i To be Cootlnued Stock Bills, Sale Bills, Folders, Etc, Is there auythlug iu all this world that 1 is of more luiportauce to you than good digestion? Pood must be eaten to sus- in a: ivu i mi srinn, mii irt1. nr iiuvu n. i tain life aud must be digested and con. verted into blood. Wheu the digestiou K goodjlino of stock cuts. Mail . i. i t j body suffers. Chamber-lain's'Table- ts falls the whole are rational and reliable cure for iudigestion. They increase the flow of bile, purify the blood, strenTho Dranlnnririnra Hal . i. . n W minnm iuvn nm w i W in WW..W... , gthen the stomach, and tone up the digestive apparatus to a natural whole Cloverport, Ky. and healthy action, For sale by all n 0 dealers. vw. "Vfc i ; -- 1 m m A f NOTICE Newspapers Bunched. For spring nouse-cieamn- Please do'not ask vs to publish card ofjtbanks, resolutions or obituaries free g pur newspapers at five cents a bunch. Subscribe Wa Iln Meat Inh W Proceedings Continued from page 5 Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people are now using Louisville, Henderson H7 Diity 143 141 n.iiy Dally l)tly (l 21 pm. 4 40 pm s 40 urn f4 53 & St. Louis Ry. 146 DtHy 7 15 am ftl 43 ftl ) A J Dye, clerk November , election 1110 R V stCIalr.sheritT November election 1810 D W Henryjudge November election I9IO L K Henderson, judge November election I9IO E L Henuett, clerk November TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. 4, 1010 H5 STATIONS 3 00 2 80 2 00 3 20 2 00 Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho now toilet frcrmlclilo powder to bo dissolved lu water us needed. For nil toilet and liyjrlenlc uses It Is better and mora economical. To clcanso and whiten tho teeth, remove tartar and provent decay. To disinfect tho mouth, de stroy dlseaso germs, and purify tho breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridge work clean, ouories To remove nicotine from the teeth and 142 144 Dally I 148 Dally Lv Dlly 12 . .. fj'w" f5 10 01 f9 09 STItA WIIKltUV HHHOKK MKIMJ It A ... I.OUI3VILL6 Ar f!3 35 II 5m 7 40 pm 1 fi election F J bipes, 1910 sheriff November 3 20 . A Welcome Change 'Smoke curling up from the farmhouse chimney as the men are coming in from the fields, gives a pretty suggestion of a good supper and a comfortable home. But it also means a hot, tired woman, working hard over a blazing fire. Your wife can escape this with a New Perfection Oil Cook-Stov- e. election 1010 Chas Blanford, judge Novem- ber election 1910 P V Foote, judge November 5 f5 33 f.V3I f5 37 f5 43 5 63 6 59 0 OS tii5-- o; 14 17 31 f9 14 Tsi" f 33 f9 30 f9 34 M 40 fl 49 STITKS .KATIIKYN. ..WEST I'OINT HOWAKI) .. 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HE HID IN UlSTON 5 . 43 10 43 IHVINOTON . t 41 ftl fll fll ftl tl 31 .HI 14 flO 19 tl0S7 flO 37 10 44 flO 48 flO 50 II 00 11 0a m f4 13 a 20 11 f7 f7 7 50 53 03 01 IS JAIL Perfection keeps a kitchen many degrees cooler than any other range, yet it does all a coal or wood range can do. It saves hme, labor and fuel. No wood to cut ; no coal to carry; no ashes ; no soot. With the New Perfection oven it is the best cooking device you can find anywhere. Mwiul.2iid I 3I bmcn. wbhf leu, w4. .L!.Md A New 3 60 3 15 2 00 2 00 . 1I Oil Ceofcstovc milflMlMIHIl wmelr Snnhed throughout. Tm Z- - mkI itorei un be tad with or without loo. which u htted with droD iberra. towel Deelen everywhere or writ for deecrip-tcircular to the netrnt tfeney of UK I rtcb, etc hr Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) I ber election 1010 Trent, sheriff November election 1010 V S Tuttle, judge November ember election 1010 3 15 3 00 election 1910 Rufus Gregory, judge Nov .130 2 00 CT Ramsey, clerk Novem The Farm is a Good Placce To Make Money but a mighty poor place to ICEEP IT SAFELY. Tho mer's mone' is always safe here, yet practically as ready for use as cash in pocket. Paying by check insures a receipt for every payment. And besides, WE keep books on your income far- ( ber election I9IO J H Comer, sheriff November election I9IO Homer 'Pile, judge November election 1010 I L Milner, judge November election 1010 S E Tucker, cleik Novsmber election I9IO Lee Alexander, ihiriff Nov ember election I9IO A C Glasscock, judge Novem ber election I9IO Joe GUsscock, judge Novem 3 3o 2 00 2 q5 8erved Term For Burglary to Avoid Arret For Salf Blowing. After hnvlng broken Into a house and obtained Imprisonment In tho Minneapolis Jnll for ton months (0 escape arrest for blowing n safe Harry Bowman was identified by n dpputy sheriff Just as his term was expiring. Bowman. It Is charged, blew tho safe of the Farmers' Savings bank of Carroll, la., Oct. 0. 1000. Ho was aided by Johnny Harden, who was shot a year ago In Chicago while attempting to avoid arrest. The two escaped from the Carroll bank with 3J00. Authorities learned they were hiding In Chicago. Officers found Harden, nllns "Southern Dan," nllas "Texas King," shaving In a room of tho house they occupied, while How mnn was eating supper In the kitchen. When tho officers attempted tq arrest Bardcn he hurled a chair at them and Jumped through the window, but a shot brought him down dead. In tho confusion Bowman escaped. ft) 1 8 27 M 33 ft! 40 II 43 8 53 f7 03 7 13 45 f7 24 7 37 f7 45 f" 50 7 59 ti 05 IS 37 MYSTIC . AMPLE STEI'IIENSI'UltT .. ADDISON IIOI.T .. . ... OLOVEUl'OUT .. SIIOl'S .. SKI U.MAN .. ... HAWESVH.L.E 1'ETIME. .. (4 . . . . . .. r.oiiiu:nu WhllfTEU 1115101 fll 50 fll 45 til 37 II 39 til 31 fll 13 II 03 10 55 flO 47 flO flO 31 flO 33 10 14 54 4U 41 33 35 15 0H 01 51 If f5 42 fi 31 4 57 31 flO 09 flO 0 0 55 fit "fS 5 f5 f3 23" 14 10 08 I 57 4 S 15 52 40' 31 f3 03" 30 7 4 V fit ti 34 13 s 14 f'fl 49" 1310pm .... -- LEWISI'OItT WAITMAN MACRO A DA I It . pates .. 35 im f? 27' f7 31 7 (7 7 f7 7 8 a 35 40 53 8 35 8 40 M 49 fS 53 fS 57 f:i 03 f 10 V) 1 .... 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No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from weat of Cloverport. lknot Hartford Line West Bound Second Class Ho. 9 D.?ty No. 7 I and outgo, down to the last penny, and render an accounting as often as you please. Whether your account is large or small it will be APPRECIATED. Come in and talk it'ovor. Narrow man went to Minneapolis. 2 00 escapes from arrest drove him to desperation. The death of Bardcn prey J Finally he determined 2 93 on his mind. to hide In Jail, so ho broke Into a houso 3 20 and gave himself up. 00 2 After traversing the country under various disguises and aliases Bow- Between Irvlngton and Fordsvllle FlrstCluss Nil. 118 Hast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. ti First Class No. 112 STATIONS Pa.ss. n KrelR't ex-- S u l'!'y "'lly n Pass. l"lly Lv. IHVINGTON Ar lOlOim ...HASIN SIMU.NU f t 51 . . . ynnrt'n only Ilillv 4 un Daily ex-Sa- t. ftl 55 fi4Sru 815am 8 30 8 55 9 20 !l 3i) 9 :0 9 58 10 13 10 25 10 43 10 53 17 (W ber I9IO FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier f Frank Guenther Owensboro, Ky. clerk Nov ember election I9IO Pal Garner, sheriff November election 1910 B A Whittinghill, judge November election I9IO S T Smith, Judge November election I9IO W C Kane, clerk November election 1910 R E Moorman, sheriff Nov A N Gannavvay, H F Hall, Vomen Town Councilors. women recently Of the tulrty-sielected town councilors In Sweden sev 00 enteen are schoolteachers. x f7 20 s7 23 s7 34 s7 4I f7 50 f7 57 sS 10 hS 19 sll fll sll all fill35 11 10am lOOOim f 9 35 9 12 f 9 00 53 s 8 40 8 39 30 lnam 40 49 54 slSOIpm CIS 01 S13 27 S12 34 fl2 40 f!2 45 f!2 50 fl2 15 3 20 3 OS Stops itching Instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives herpes, scabies any drug store. Doan's Ointment. 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AsFvFNS OAFvS fl33 f 8 27 f 8 24 s t ....45 5 8 18 8 15im ''' 8735 10 8 03 00 1 54 7 50 1 8 8 22 s s f f s 2 15 s 2 05 f 1 55 f 1 47 1 1 sl23 17 f 1 1 35 28 13 "30im 03 " 00 1250pm 1 1 - ember election I9IO Judge November The House that Saves You Money All orders received on or before May 15 we 'WT'TE'IT'T? will deliver this machine to Cloverport, Ky. .T It This high-cla- ss Sowing Machine has Drop Head, perfectly automatic, 4 full drawers, made of quarter sawed oak, hand and Eolished, swell front, largo full size head with top tension Acour 10 year guarantee goes with this machine. tual worth $45.00; our price F. 0. 13. Cloverport, Ky. $10.00; Our number 835, shown on page 05 our catalogue; if you haven't our- complete catalogue send your address at once. Full set attachments included. 4 - What is a Safe Bank? Did you over stop to think a bank is sound only when its loans are safe? A bank is allowed to loan a largo proportion of its dopositsso if those loans are not made to thoso of undoubted ability to repay, not in shape to pay its depositors. ' A. bank that makes safe loans is u safn depository money it-i- s forjr THE FARAIERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. Better Subscribe! 3 00 election 1910 Novem Allen Newby, judge 3 15 ber election I9IO V J Robertson, clerk Novem 2 00 ber election 1910 H C Lake, sheriff November 3 10 election 1910 following claims were allowed to The the following persons for houses furNo nished for holding election 8, 1910 vember 3 00 G V Beard 2 00 Masonic Lodge No. 67 resion-dlillltliri tit: limm tin hvim 2 00 tei Mrs E A Shellman r A Iiil: and t of I'-- i 2 00 Wm Ahl Itartou I1hiIiiii'ii In . U' 2 00 Alfred Blair 2 00 Keith JP For a mild, easy action of the bowels, 2 00 a Ahner Dent single dose of Doan's Regulets is 2 00 H A Oelze enough. Treatment cures habitual con 2 00 stipation. 25 cents a box. City Hall Stephensport Atk your 2 00 druggist for them. J D Cunningham 2 00 . Dr Hendrick 2 00 MAN READY TO DIE TO H Meador John 2 00 G H Pile SAVE HIS WIFE'S HONOR. 2 00 J noil Comer 2 00 V W Keith 2 00 New York's Governor Respites ConRod Mattingly 2 00 Mrs, McCarty demned Man Against His V ill. 2 00 Rhodes, Storms &Co 2 00 Dr L B Moremen Rather than have tho fact that his Minutes read and approved wife had dishonored him disclosed to L L Waggoner, J B C the world Charles I.. Green, a fanner At a Breckenridge county Fiscal of New Scotland, N. V was willing Court continued and held in and for the to go to the electric chair. This decounty of Bseckenridge and Stato of veloped when Governor Dlx granted Kentucky, on April 7, 1911. Present a respite to Green, who was to hare Hon. L. L. Waggoner, Judge of the been electrocuted. Green killed his daughter at their Breckenridge county court, with the the'sanio time following named Justices of the peace home last June and at terribly wounded his wife. He reGeorge Harris, Sam Dix.Jno.N. Akers, fused to tell anything about the reaDan Quigglns and B. A. Whittinghill, son for the crime, and when an effort absent G. A. Wright. was made by his friends n fow days It is ordered that the Superintendent ago to have his sentence commuted to file vouchers and receipts with his re Mfo Imprisonment ho positively refits-e- d Now tho to sign tho application. port. The rsport is approved and or real rensrin has leaked out. dered filed in the county clerk's office. Tn atlldarlt signed by Mrs. Green, It is ordered that the claim of W. C. who an still suffering from tho wounds Is Moorman be allowed and paid out of her husband Inflicted, she says that the Pauper Fund 1011, f 13. the enuso of the shooting was the disIn compliance of an act of the Gen- covery by her husband that sho had eral Assembly of the Commonwealth of been unfaithful to him. The knowlKentucky, Chapter 9O, it is moved and edge aroused him to fury, and ho tried seconded that an Inspector of weights to kill his wife. The daughter tried and measures be elected for Brecken to savo her and was herself killed. In tho affidavit Mrs, Green says that ridge county, which motion carried, vote her husband had commanded her to taken and stood as follows for Gabe tell nothing about tho cause of the Wright, George Harris and Sam D!x, tragedy. for Gabe Taul, Dan Quigglns. B A "Ho refused to permit rae," tho Whittinghill and John Akers. The says, "to lake tho stand and tesvotes stand 3 for Taul and 2 for Wright. tify to anything that would help him Taul is declared elected for a term of and hurt mo. Ho told mo ho would rather die In tho electric chair than two years. single Moved and seconed that the Judge of lmvo tho peoplo know or say a word against my character. I feel the Breckenridge county court appoint In a way I am respouslblo for all a committee to Investigate the condi that ho has done, and tho burden rests that heavily upon uie." (Continued next week.) to-w- it y . What an Account Book Does. A bank ImoU wlrli clied; hook nnd stubs Is the easiest way of keeping u cash account, and then you have the bank to prove your aecoutit for you. The cash register Is a means of keeping accounts of receipts and payments combined with a "bell punch" upon honesty. System Is an Indispensable requisite of successful business: hon esty and ability will not succeed with out It. The first step In this direction on the part of youth Is keeping a personal cash accouut. The orderly set ting down of receipts and expenditures confronting oneself with what has been expended and for what pur pose carries a eontlmi.-i- l moral, a warning If need be. and a lemi In respon ll)lllty. 'I'hi' ImIhih'". tin proof and the WEST BOUND Between Dempster and Falls of Roujfh. Cava BAST BOUND Socoml CUss 51 'rst E'rst Olast Passenger Dally Kxc?vt Sunday 40 9 00 8 TIME TABLE l''lrst Clas VIM Class 26 Second Class 32 Mlied ,,M(iudll7. indWj Only 1 1 Mixed Monday. Passenger Dally " 24 Into eiroct Sunday. June 19. 1910, at 11:59 p m Passenger Passenger I) lly ?XCT Sunday STATIONS t)E FALL-- i ' Dally Except Sunday 8 35 a m f 15 a m Except Sunday 12 35 12 15 only 2 08 p m 1 48 p m ' 28 p m 12 3tl u m 48 p m 13 5t. p m a a m m PSTEH. Of KOFH1I ! pm p ui Real Estate Department farm or business 'i If you do you amy lind just what you need in this department. If you are interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owner'i name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at once tellini; us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the'very property yow Do you want to buy u are looking tor. Wo recommend and fair in price. tho following properties as being productivt ' farm or business? c II yo for your property, send price and description at onca and let us show you how we bring buyer and seller together. This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick salei want cash CZDo You Want to Sell your Jno. D. Babbage. 07 a:re, 3V miles north of llard-v-'Iur; Ior dwelling. 2 rooms and Mdo room; CO Insburc, near the llranUeiiburjr stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant house, road. Well watered, plentv of timber fur food of Rood timber for farm purposes Improvements. Double Lo house. Mint II Rood land to clear. Price --',000 H cash. stable Good rich land. Hue for lljrley tobacco. Terms easy. For further Informa250 acres and SaLE A farm tion ivrlte Jno. D. ll.ibbai;u, Cloverport. Ky. FOR under fence. cuntatulnR A nice cotiaKe ct Uv 1.5 rooms, tiro cisterns, u walled cellar wltti a store room over it, two rooJ stock burns HO uorps, 2 miles from Guston, one tenant house; about 5M apple und peach 4JO,OUV 3 wlcs (rom irvintoii; well trees, also pears, quluces and apricots; most watered: lays well: Kood younsr orchard; Rood fruits, Including a nice timber ; on rural route i whool house few yards nil kindsofof small Rrapos; 200 acres cleirod. rtnyard froTi house: Improvements! Rood tour room balance In choicest l'.'j acres in Rrass, sevaril woods, dwellliiK with kitchen on back porch: two groves of black locust sulllclont for posts tc n Rood birus; barn and tenent house and Ft lies near Ekroo wire tho whole farm baclc In the field; meat und hen house; onL. if. & St. L. H. in. H. or woodshed; will hellou easy payments; plenty ljjtiR and easy payments. price Is of Htziitll fruit. Further particulars address Jno, D. HabbdRe, Cloverport, Ivy, a druggist FOH SALE A splendid stand forsurrounded physician In a Rood town by Rood, prosperous farmers. This Is Just physician to step four 9 Onn I'or ,s0 acres miles mllusjwestot the place for some young Rood druR business. Glendeuue, 3 from branch Into u Rood practice and a railroad; all fresh land; 100 acres lu cultiva- An old established physician wants to rettr tion; 50 acres In Rrass; will produco tho best Is the reason for selfIur. For further particcorn, wheat and tobacco In uelKhborhood; ulars address JNO. D. HA II HAG K, Cloverplenty lastltiR water, well ut door of dwell- - port. Ky. JJ tfin 1 cU-tor- iuuu I X 1 RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on tho manager of tho Cuinborlund Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Far- mors Lino" rate. CUMBERLAND nfll-dnv- lt j I A TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY I i I ADDITION COLLEGE KENTUCKY IRVIINIGXOIM, Want what I Want when I Want It You Can Get It In A number of Beautiful Lots will be sold at auction lAJvJIY! SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911 PUBLIC Sale Begins Promptly at 12.30 p. in. GBuilding lots that are valuable in Irvington are certainly those located in the shadow of Irvington's successful College. CThose who are anxious to buy building lots in our little city, we think deserve a location in College CLHome is the best place on earth. It ought to be respected. Put your money in lots at home and build up your home town, where you can see what you have and what you are , o 1 Ur! fTpV W " doing. CThere are plenty of opportunities to buy lots miles away, but there is no satisfaction in buying land you Addition, and we feel it is not only to our own good, but pur duty to give those who wish to purchase an opportunity to get what they want most in the way of a lot for a home. never see. Three BRASS BAND TO FURNISH L., II. & St. L. Coal Tipple, Irvington, Ky. Cash Prizes GIVEN AWAY MUSIC FREE! Our Auctioneer is Certainly a Live Wire-- He Amuses; He Entertains; He Convinces COMMON SENSE TELLS YOU THAT IT PAYS TO INVEST YOUR MONEY IN REAL ESTATE bring your friends- a day of pleasure and profit to all is assured IRVINGTON COLLEGE COME! CROWD SATURDAY, JOIN THE MAY 13 Dopot Irvington, Ky. Moremen 61 Akers, Write us for any Particulars Irvington., Kv.