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XXXV ' CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1911. i 8 Paces No. 45 College Home Addition at Irving-toHas 58 New Building Lots n COURT NOTES AND HARDINSBURG Twenty-fiv- e NEWS Young People Apply Diplomas-Teache- rs' For ExWeek-Sev- Third Lot Sale at Irvington Gives Proof of Town's Progress and Boom Kenneth Ferry First to Buy amination Held Next en Indictments Returned. NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS Mrs. Herbert Hall returned last week from a two weeks viait to Mr. aiid Mrs. F. A. Tate. Twenty-fiv- e a Lot Saturday. her parents, The seven indictments returned Friday are all set for trisl Friday of this week. This is unusual, as indictments returned at one court are generally tried at the next or even later. There were no civil cases tried last week, and a part of the Common, wealth's docket was set over for this week. The cases that consumed most of tlie time last week were the Commonwealth vs. J. C. Brodie who is charged with shoottug at another, and the Common wealth vs. O. P. Chancellor, charged with embezzlement. The Brodie case resulted in a hung jury. Chancellor was cleared. Both the grand and petit juries are composed of safe, sound, reasonable men fine bodies from whom 110 man could fear an injustice. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE ftOYAl COL. IGLEHART WAS THE AUCTIONEER public auction sale Saturday made tho thirteenth of May a lucky lots day for Irvington. Fifty-eig'were added to the College addition. This is the third successful lot sale put on by Moorman & Akers in less than a year In their home town. g The sale was started by the Hardins-bur12:30 a. m. and not brass band at a handful of people on the grounds, but In a half an hour or so, after the women had washed dishes and the men had taken their after dinner smokes, the crowd Increased and by 2 o'clock, things were moving in a live fashion. The ht Col. Iglehartthe auctioneer, opened the sale with a sermon on real estate, buying land at home and puncuated It with deserved praize, for Dr. Moorman and Mr. Akera, who have promoted everv industry to build the town. As he drove from lot to lot the small boys hung on his carraige and got free rides and had their fun while the band played on. Some of the crowd stayed In their buggies and carriages, and followed the auctioneer, but' the majority were walking, standing in the boiling hot sun intensely interested to see who was to get next lot or free cash prize. -- JOHN IMTAYLOR ANSLEMJJI'GARY ht Har-dinsbu- To Deliver Validictory Address Dies at 'he Age of Eighty-eigYears at His Home in at the Commencement of -- Was the Tenth L. T. S, Child. rg applicants for diplomas graduation from the common school course were before the Board of Examiners Friday and Saturday. The examination was conducted at Hardinsburg by Surit. Driskell and Examiner Of First District Sunday School There were three cash prizes given Raleigh Meador, who lias recently beeu Convention To Be Held At free, and those who held the winning appointed to succeed C. M. Payne, rewere: Hubert Lwers, one doltickets West View Tuesday Evening signed. Arthur Ater had a few applilar; Alvln Rice, two dollars', Pierce cants at Irvington, where he was in And Wednesday May 23 And Hardawavi five dollars. charge. The lots sold as follows: Ken Ferry, 24. Cash or Produce is our Hobby. $25, 1; D.L.Smith,36, 2; F. H.McGhee, Glbson,64,2; Jas.Watllngton, trade. C. D. Payne. 84,2; J B. Charley Heard returned Friday from TUESDAY EVENING 70, 2; G. F. Bandy, 114, 1; G. F.Bandy, 8 P. M. Devotional Service Rev. 127.5O, 0; Jas. Watlington, 36, 2; Dally Southwest New Mexico, where he hud Miller, 36, 3: J. R. Crehan, IO4, 4; H. been on a two weeks prospecting trip. Boyd Hardin. Address Rev. Geo. A. Joplln. H. Norton, 10S, 3: Earl Bennett, 71, 2; He purchased a farm to which he exTito. Adklns, 9O, 3; J. L. Stlth, 10.), 5: pects to move next fall. Benediction. W. S Hendry, 3U50, 3: Mrs. Dick WEDNESDAY For Dental work see Dr. Walker. Bandy, 48, 4; Dr. L B. Moremen, 132, 10 A. M. Service of Song and De11. of Ilawesville, came Mis. Joaie Jolly, votion Dr. E. L Shepherd. Friday for a few days visit to friends, 10: 15 Welcome Address Miss Lura I want to swop J500 worth of shoes for cash in the next 00 days, so get my Norton. BOYDJJCKARD Response Coleman Payne prices; too low to quote. C. D. Payne. 10:30 The Sunday School and ModMessrs. Finley Miller, Claude Mercer, Former Cloverport Boy Making Dr. Lex and Judge Ahl went to Louis- ern Needs J. H. Pile. 10:45 Rallying the Forces Mrs. W. ville Saturday to see the Derby. Good in California-Connec- ted T. Gregory. Mrs. O. C. Woolfolk and son, Master 11:00 Team Work Rev. Geo. A. With Blythe City's Indus- William Griffin, returned to Louisville Joplln. Saturday after a two weeks visit to rel; 11:30 Winning the Boys and Girls to tries. of POWDER Thm only baking powder mads from Royal Gran Cream of Tartar hoalum.no lime phosphate Absolutely Pure Finds Willard Institution, of Carter County, Has a Shortage of $16,000. Frankfort, Ky., May 13. State Bank Examiner Silt der reports that the shortage of the Willard Bank, Carter county, will reach $10,000. '3 Observed At DAY Methodist The Invitations have been received annual com: to tho twenty-secon- d Louisville Trainmencement of the ing School which is held next week. Cadet Lieutenant John Irwin Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tavlor, of Custer, will deliv er tho valedictory oration. His subject is "Maid of Orleans." Cadet Robert Carman, of Gus-toKy., will deliver an address. His subject is: "A Hot Axle." Both of tho young men have had splendid careers at college and their host of friends congratulate them. n, Officers Initiated. Bowleyville, Mii 15. (Special) Laura Stith Chapter No. 75, Q. E. S. at Bewloyville conferred the degrees on six candidates Saturday afternoon, Mr?. Elisha Smith, Misses Naunio Hicks, Fannie Margaret Scott, Messrs. Edgar HardKway and I. R. Hicks. Mr. Joe Allen III. After tho initiation, refreshments wero served. Misses Ada Stith Joe Allen has been confined at his and Boulah Payne presided at tho home for three weeks suffering of typhoid fever. The friends and family of punch bowls. Har-daway, Anslem A. McGary, aged 88, died at his home in Hardinsburg, Friday, May 12, after long suffering from cancer. , He was tho last of a family of nine brothers and sisters, all long- lived. He was .born near Har dinsburg, and spent his life in the county. For many years he was He was a tanner near town. twice married. His first wife was a Miss Coomes. The second, who survives him, was the widow Ball, a daughter of Elijah Board, one of the county's prominent men in his day. Besides the surviving widow, one daughter, Lelia, Mrs. Lewis, survives the deceased. Mr. McGary .was one of the best of men, attentive strictly to his own affairs, and considerate of every one. No ono knew'him but to love his gentle character. The interment was in St. Romuold's cemetery Saturday morning. B. D. Lockard and John R. Mr. Allen trust thnt he will soon be Miss Embry III. "Mrs. Chas. Ilamman and Mrs. Allen Kingsbury went to Owensboro last week to see Miss Minuie Snyder Embry, who has been critically 111 at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John Carson. Tbe friends of this lovely young girl regret to learn of her continued illness, and hope to hear of a decided change for the better in her condition. better. Delegates To Owensboro Don't Mrs. William Glen Haruaway was elected the delegate from the Methodist Woman's Missionary Society's annual meeting at Owensboro, June 8. Mrs. WicklltJe DeHavon was elected as re Lot's beautify Cloverport-- if served delegate. There is a movement wo can't do moro than throw paon foot to invite the meeting here next per scraps iu tho crook. throw paper on tho street. year. Dutcher, of Blythe City, were in Los Angeles during the past week, ordering machinery for an ice factory, creamery and electric light plant for the Palo Verde city. Mr. Lockard said yesterday that the three plants, which would bo built by the Blythe City Ice and Cold Storage Company, would cost about $40,000. "Blythe Citv is growing at a wonderful rate," said Mr. Lockard, "and there is a great future for the city and the entire valley. Tbe fifteen-mil- e irrigation canal is nearing completion, and theGlavis branch of the Southern PaciHc,for which a bonus of $100,000 has been raised, will enter Blytho City not later than eighteen months hence. "Two thousand acres of cotton will be planted in the vicinity of Runnels, and a cotton "in will bo built at Blytho City, "The Palo Verde Land and Water Company, of which V. F. Holt is general manager, is push ing extensive improvements on its tract of 25,000 acres. Tho company has .appointed tho Palo Vor- Land and Town Com pany of Los Angeles, as tho ex clusive selling agents for tho big tract. Los Angeles Examiner. do-Blyt- atives. Mrs. G. B. Beard went to Louisville Saturday for a few days visit. Compare my prices with any one who sells on 12 months time and see what you can do. C. D. Payne. Miss Emma Ahl spent Saturday and Sunday iu Louisville. Taylor Beard has accepted a position as druggist with Dr. Lex. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hook went to Louisville Saturday for a few days. Teachers' examination next Friday and Saturday. Give me $1.50 and take a bbl of salt. Don't pay a Credit House $1 75 for the same goods. C. D. Payne. Judge Moss, of Bowling Green, left Saturday to preside at one of his own courts. Judge Birkhead, of Owetitboro, is presiding this week. For the celebrated South Bend watch call on T.'C. Lewis. Tbe High Scrool will give a play at the City Hall Friday night of this week. Mrs Blauche Read is conductiug the rehearsals; a guarantee that the pupils will be well drilled.' On Monday night of uext week diplomas will be awarded' to the graduates of the public school course. There are four Aho passed iu January. The tweutyfive applicants last week will swell the number to a goodly class. Dr. Mather, of Marion, Ivy., will de liver the address. School closes Friday. Atreus Puvker, colored, who died in New Albany, Ind,, was buried hero Sunday. "Bread baklug success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour.1' Sold by J. H. Gardner. Christ Rev. M. L. Dyer. 11:4.1 The Sunday and the Great Church In Cloverport-Beau-ti- ful Commission Misses Oma Lee Corap ton and Lydia Ward. Report of Schools and Appointment ot Committees. NOON RECESS. 1:30 P. M Service of Song and Prayer. Rev. J. J. Willett. 1:10 Some Means of Getting Parents to Attend Sunday School C. C. Brock and Mrs. M. G. Butler. 1:55 The Graded Lessons Mrs. W. J. Plggott. 2:10 The Worker and his Bible Dr. E. L. Shepherd. 2:25 Address by our General Secre- Service Held. "Mother's Day" program was lovely at the morning service of tne Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis led and was assisted by Mrs. Glen Hardaway and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. Dr. Simons and Miss Aliene Hardaway sang a duet, and the service was very impressive. New Paint. The Post-offiand The Bank of Clo verport are being given a fresh coat of gray and white paint. This corner is one of the cleanest in town. Everv ce tary. Organizing and Building up the Round Table led by Chess Kinneson and Andrew Driskell. 3:03 Adult Bible Class, Its Organization and Work. Prof. H. R. Warner. Song, "The Man of Galilee." 3:20 Temperance Teaching in the Sunday School Rev. J. J. Willett. 3:3.") Trained Leadership Miss Ora B. Hendrick and Prof. R. N. Maxey. Committee on Entertainment: S. M. Henniger, W. L. Matthews, G. L. Goodman. Messrs J. A. Annes and Robt. Norton. Committee on Arrangement: Messrs. W. W. Henniger, M. H. Norton, Dr. J. E. Matthews and Mrs. Ellhu Meador. We cordially invite every one to be present, as we are expecting this to be one of the best conventions of the season, and hope to see each school in the 2:50 Sunday Scnool racrning the sweeping. side-wal- k gets a thorough Day. Wool Wednesday, May 25, will be Wool Day at Irvington. Parties needing sacks can get them at Ernest Rees' Store, Irvington. Ky. John Wimp, Manager. Beard-Graha- Mes-dame- s. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaRue Baard announce the encat'ement of their daughter, Miss Margaret Beard to Lawrence, B. Grayham. The wedding will take place in the Hardinsburg Methodist church June the twenty eighth. . Court Notes. The grand jury returned seven indictments Friday before adjourning to meet again. J J district represented. We are sending programs to each school, a special Invitation to each pastor and superintendent in this district asking that special prayer be offered in each pulpit and Sunday School in this Hardinsburg District on Sunday May SI, 1911, for the success of our conven tion. C. L. Delightful Trip. Mr. and Mts. Jumes 11. Randall, Capt. Rowland and Mrs. Rowland chaperoned a party to Hawesville on the train Sunday morning and returned on tbe steamer Tarascon. They met the evening traiu at Stepheusport. The members of the party weie: Misses Susette Sawyer and Mr. Andrew Ashby, Miss Claudia Pate and Mr. Randall Weath erholt, Miis Martlu Oglesby ami Mr. Dwight Randall. Bruington, Pres., l Robt. Weatherford, Vice Pres Virginia F. Payne, Sec. Emerson's Floating Theatre n llAfl TXfoC'fV VU llUll DiUSSUllI . Beauuiu. A P,K High-Cla- ss WOMAN S REVENGE ST Cloverport, . Vaudeville Between Acts If lUllllCl Jip ftA MrM BMW 11 " CSee "Mighty Oaks" Death Defying Glass Water Tank Escape A Real Sensation. JVldV ' Not in The Trust. Strictly Independent At Tlie River LODIBURG. Miss Annio Keys .spent tho week end with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Dowcll, of Irvington. Miss Nellie Harrison was visiting friends in Irvington last week. Miss tfuth Martin,' of Irving-to- n, was visiting Miss Emma Every Farmer as well as Every B nslness Man Should Have a Hank Account is safer Your Paying your bills by Because: check money simplest in the bonk than anywhere else.Your check becomes a vou and most convenient method. is the cher for the debt it pnje. Hit give 3 ou p bettr standing with business men. IjMoney in tho Thia bank strengthens your credit. If A hank account teaches, helps and encourages you to save. TfYour bank book is a record of your business. docs all tho bank book-keeping. j ft iM"MVi NV IN ICEBERG in 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 mustsell you clothes thatwillwear, hold their shape, always look well. They must be made right, from absolutefabrics. ly all-wo- ol Kirschbaum Clothes have 50 years of highest tailoring-reputatio- n behind them. We're safe in selling them and you're safe in buying them. Yet the prices, $15 to $30, are remarkably low considering the quality. We have such a variety of models, fabrics and colors in two and three-piec- e suits, raincoats and topcoats that you can't fail to find yours here. Bandy Sunday. Miss Ida Basham, of Irvington, was tho guest of her cousin, Miss Muril Basham, last week. Miss Ida Caiii and brother, of Brandenburg, were visiting their sister, Mrs. Stiles, Sunday. Scott Cart, of Union Star, was in our town Saturday. Mrs. Ida Nottingham was visiting friends in Louisville Sunday. Sam Brown was in Irvington Saturday. A. M. Hardin was in Hardins-bur- g last week. Mrs. C. C. Grant attended tho funeral of her sister, Mrs. Keller, of .Indianapolis, last week. Mrs. Allio Adkisson, 6f Sample, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lubv Avitt, last week. Grayson Payne moven into his now residence on tho hill last Fri day. Aaron Basham, of Irvington, was visiting relatives near Lodi- burg last week. Mrs. June Bandy was visiting ler daughter, Mrs. Arthur Ater, ast week at Irvington. Mrs. Mollie Gibson and Mrs. icrtha Basham were at Paynes- ville shopping Inst week. Whitwotth was in Irving ton last week. Millie Parr, Jess Payne, Will Avitt, Martin Chappel, Dr. S. B. Adkisson and Sam Robertson were in Cloverport last week. Alex Rhodes and family, Bud Helm and family returned home Saturday from California. Miss Myrtle Beauchamp, of Mystic, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Lee Shaw, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Nannie Bandy, of Fryraire, Sun day. Eu-gen- e, ,Ta-$- . EXAMINED DEC. 1417 BY STATE EXAMINER AND BOARD f OF DIRECTORS To those desiring Banking Connections with an Old Established Bank, we extend our services The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. ORDINANCE To All Our Lumber is Of Clover-por- Restrict The Keeping Swine Within The Corporate Limits Of The City Of Kentucky The City Council of the city of Cloverport do ordain 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 snail be fined not less than two dollars nor more than twenty dollars' for each hog, shoator pig kept, maintained or harbored within the corporate limits of said city, and each day of twenty-fou- r hours shall constitute a new offense, 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 than three day, neither is it to apply to hogs, shoats or pigs that have been slaughtered. ATTEST Paul Lewis, Clerk; J. A. Barry, Mayor. NOTICE. Please do not ask us to send you the News without paying for it cash in ad vance. John D. Babbage. For soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, Chamberlain's Liuitntu' is excellent. This liniment is also highly erleemed for the relief it affords in case of rheumatism. Sold by all dealers. t, Thoroughly Seasoned. Poorly seasoned lumber, no matter how good tho raw material may have been, is always unsatisfactory. You may have bought some at one time and can still remember tho troublo it caused. When you want good lumber wo can furnish it for you. Wo have an excellent stock of YELLOW PINE Finish, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Casing, Base, Etc take the best care of our stock and handle our orders with a promptness and dispatch that will please you immensely. Wo also carry a full line of Cedar Shingles, Laths, Plaster, Lime, Cement, Koofing, Etc. We are overstocked on No. 2 Common Flooring; while it lasts will make a very low price. It is a fine grade. "We West Point Brick and Lumber Co., West Point, :- -: entucky. J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN . SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. C. W. B0IILER A1ARI0N Kentucky, Fair Dates The Kirschbaum Fancy Worsted Suits at $21 have all the points of superiority that make the Kirschbaum Clothes the best and finest made. Always look for the Kirschbaum label it guarantees The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1911 as 'Bread baking success is guaranteed far as reported. OtHcers of fairs are requested to report to us any omission if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. or correction of dates: Versailles, August 2; 2 days. J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of Lexington. August 7; 6 days. Greensburg, Ktntucltv, says: "We use Uniontown, August S;5 days. Clihmberlain's Cough Remedy in our Vance burg, August !); 5 days. own household and know it is excell Lawrenceburg, August 15; 4 days. ent. " "For sale by all dealers. Leitchfield, August 15; 4 days. Burkesville, August 15; 4 days. Brodhead, August 1G; 3 days. GUSTON. Fern Creek, August 10; 4 days. Shepherdsville, August 22; 4 days. Born to the wife of Claude Myers, London. August 22; 4 days. May 2, a girl. Erlanger, August 23; 4 davs. Herman Rice spent sever.il days last Germantown, August 24; 3 days. week at his former Ijome in Hancock Hardinsburg, Aug. 20, .1 days. county. Nicholasville, August 29; 3 days. Somerset, August 29; 3 days. Earl Mlngue, of Louisville, is visit Mrs. Neff. ing his Bardstown, August 3O; 4 days. Paris, September 4; 6 daysi Mr. and Mrs. Amle and their guest, Montlcello, September 5; 4 days. Mrs. Skaggs, of Louisville, spent Mon Alexandria, Septembers; 5 days. day at Mr. Jim Smith's. Mount Olivet, September 5; 4 days. George Board visited Mrs Dale Mrs. Hodgenville, September 5; 3 days. Smith at Irvington Wednesday. Sanders, September 6: 4 days. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hardawav and Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sep two children, of Stith's Valley, spent tember 11 ; 6 days Thursday at Hugh Hardaways'. Horse Cave, September 20; 4 days. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kcatb, of Bew- Mayfleld, September 2y, 4 days. leyville, spent Friday at T. W. grsnd-mother, WEATIIERH0LT J. W. PATE Bohler 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. satisfaction. ED. F. ALEXANDER "Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil is the best Miss Nral Jordan, who has been in remedy for that often fatal disease, croup. the millinery business in Louisville for Has been used with success in our famthe past three months, Is at home for a ily for eight years." Mra.L.Whiteacre, short visit. Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Myers, of Big Spring, visited Claude Myers Sunday NOTICE Mrs. Newsom Gardner, of Irvington, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim The committee In charge of the fund Smith Sunday. for sending the county President, Mr. Misses Erie and Pauline Smith spent T. B. Henderson to San Francisco to the week end at Irvington. the International convention In June Mrs. Hettle Lyons, who was struc report something over half the amount by the train two months ago, was reneeded In hand. Many schools have moved to her father's home.Mr. Walter not responded which will want to do so Philips, Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rice and daughter, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Wroe at Irvington Suuday. Jack Anderson, who has been attending Berea College, Is visiting relatives Estimates on Application H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER Irvinglon, Kentucky DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Olllcc, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 u in. Notice Thut resolutions of reaped are published ut 5 cents per linn, PleabO do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to puy for tho publication of this kind of matter. here. Fine news letter, send another. Editor. "Dread baking is guaranteed a success If you use the Lewisport BUST Flour". Dentist it the matter Is properly presented. The honor is not so much to Mr. Henderson, though he deserves It because of his unselfish labor in the Sunday-Schofield, but it is rather to your decounty. There are only fifty-tw- o legates from Kentucky and there are one hundred atid nineteen counties. It is an honor to any county to have a do- Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Chamberlain's Liniment wonderful effective. KINCHELOE'S PHARMACY ol Right Now ! is the time to Subscribe for Clovcrporl, Ky. Newspapers Bunched. g purposes For spring send to tho News office for bunched newspapers at five cents a bunch.. house-cleanin- will convince you of its merits. Try ers. Subscribe Right Now. it. For sale by all deal 15he Breckenridge News Continued from last week conditions of tile Poor House property, to rcpalf said property and contract, for same, and to make addition to buildings deemed necessary in their discretion. Said motiqn carried and is made the order of the court. Where-upe0. M. Heston and Judge Win Ahl were appointed by the court and they are hereby ordered and directed to Immediately lnpect conditions at the county Poor House, and they nre authorized to make contracts for necessary, repairs mid to erect any additional building If necessary, advertise said work to be done and the Commissioner and receiver is authorized to borrow the money for sa-- work and pay for same when completed, and sa d n 1ia wc I cd In order book No. 5, page ls'i; the said bank should have been listed for the sum of f4i!,I10. This makes an erroneous charye against the shertlT for taxes on $l,87a,also In tho said district e .1 tt i. "H"K t Ul ii ""P" a.. juukihuhi. a. i oi I quarterly couri entered in oruer ttoox No. 5, page 1M. This bank should have been listed at $j2,000, which makes an error against the county of the taxes on $I,.Ti7. In the Sixth district we find that the Hunk of Glen dean Is listed twice for taxation In the total sum of 10, 17 under the judgment of the "iiidrterly court entered in order book No. .", pago 10; this bank should have been listed atJ16,5X. This makes an erroneous charge against the sheriff for taxs on S3 017. In the Third dis- trlct we llnd that tho Two States Bank is llsted for t!ilion " t,,e totil 1 SPECIAL NOTICE! For the Benefit of Our Customers We Have Decided to Extend the Rebate Period Out-of-To- wn This Week and Next Up Until May 27th and Inclusive SUIII Ul JJO.'M, IIUIII HUB .IIMUUUL work not to exceed $000, It is ordered that Dennle Sheeran, S. B. C, pay to Wm. Ahl, Commissioner and receiver, the amount of county taxes collected by him on a ludgment against the Ohio Valley Tie Co., less penalties and commission. and the Com missioner and Receiver will credit y Aa.me tb the general expense and cmer-7genc- f It T. ordered that the claim is fund. of J. Hook be allowed .(Itemized This day came J. R. Eskridge and J. P. Haswell, Jr.,a committee heretofore appointed to examine the Assessors books and correct erroneous assessments and errors and filed the following report, which is in words and figures as follows, to-wi- t: should bo taken the sum of f I5, IS6 the amount on which it is really liable for taxation according to the 'judgment of the quarterly court in order book No. 5 page 15H which makes an erroneous charge against the sheriff of taxes on S19.58S. In the fourth district we find that E. H. Shellman & Co. Is listed twice for taxation in the total sum of $17,103 under a judgment of the Breckinridge Quarterly Court entered in order 00k Np. 5, page 152. This bank should This have been listed at $17,530. $80.15 makss an erroneous assessment charg- We will allow on all Purchases out-of-town 67- DISCOUNT 1 332 338 W. market 2,3 Fourth Avenue NEWS FROM SHREVE. Ihisincfes men sity Miss Eva Jlutler, who has been attending school at Dundee, is speudiug vacation at home. room with This discount will be given on all purchases no matter how small or great J. R. Eskridge and J. P. Haswell, Jr., commissioners heretofore appointed by this court to examine the assessors books and to report upon the property that is twice assessed and erroneously assessed, beg leave to submit the following report: Your committee examined carefully the entire assessors book and compared it with the sheriff tax book, page by page; wo also added each page of the assessors book, and the recapitulation, sheets also we llnd numerous, and grave errors throughout the entire book, so that.it was Impracticable and impossible tp accurately arrive at the total amount of property assessed for taxation as of September 1, 1909. The errors in assessment that we are sure about, ate as follows: In the First district we find that Heston, Whltworth & Co. are assessed at $10,400 when the assessment should have been 1,610 which makes an erroneous charge against the sheriff of taxes upon $l4.7G0. The Seco'nd district we find to be practically correct. il thnh thp Rrnr.!f inrlrlrr,. exo.fMit ifi -i . Bank is, assessed at $47,0S2 under the judgment of ihe quarterly court enter- We, 11 Credit by amount sheriff should have been charged with against the Bank of Cloverport $l,?57, which leaves a net' erroneous assessment of $S8,725. The county taxes on ?S3,723 nt 43 cents amounts to 3SI."1 The school tax on $S8,72,3 less ."l5, amount of property in the district which pays no school tax leaving a. total pf $93,208, on which school tax Is paid amounts to f 76. 12. $16,-50The amount of property on which railroad tax is paid $2Q.3!l3i the tax on same at 30 cents amounts to $88.18. Recapitulation We recommend that the sheriff he refunded these several amounts. It fur First District: Heston, Whit-wor& Co. $1 1,760 ther appearing that Heston, Whltworth : & Co- and the banks herein mentioned Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. 7.010 paid their taxes on the corrected as 5,000 sesments herein stated and therefore Fanners Bank not entitled any refund. Second District; Breckinridge Respectfully submitted, Bank lfS2 3. th - against the sheriff for taxes on also in this district we find that the First State Uank is listed twice for taxation in the total sum of $34,8.57 under a judgment of the Breckinridge Quarterly Court;thls banit should have been listed at $15,143. This makes an erroneous charge against the sheriff for taxes on ;9,.'i4. We further find that in the First district.that the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. was listed In the sum of 63,016 under the judgment of the Circuit Court entered in order book No. 3H, page 58. It should have been'?5c, 000. This makes, an erroneous charge against the sheriff of taxation $7,010; also in the First district we find that the Farmers Hank was listed twice at the sum of $21,500 under the judgment of the Circuit Court entered in the order book No. 35, page 59. It should have been This makes an erroneous charge against the sheriff of taxes on $5,000. ed J2o,-5"- 332-33- 8 2,3 W. Market Fourth Avenue I g Q ACQff ft SflNQ " INCORPORATED Sixth District; Bank of Glen Dein 2.017 $90,080. ed by this court that it is the sense of this court.that it will be more economical and much safer for the children to build said buildirfg of brick, and we recommend to said Board of Education that it erect a brick county high school building if it is at all possible, which was adopted unanimously. The matter of the levying of the Breckinridge county school tax for the coming year having been called up by court, camo Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman and made the following suggestions for such consideration if any, as the court may deem wise to give them, viz; Mrs. Uuth Deweese is confined to her the meiisles. tlmt the ability to guintho attention is often the secret of success in life. Mrs. Nora Dowel, after n lout? and severe illness, is able to be out again. Mrs. Annie Hurch and little il lighter, Rebecca, were gutsts of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rebarker latt Sunday. Mrs. Ora Davison, of Glaton, visited her patents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shreve, last week. Business at ' this place has been very good this season; really better than was expected. MtSS IrcilM Wlli(lilulil11 nn nf nhl..i couuty's most popular ichool-teacheris spending hsr vacation at her home near this place. Mrs. Chas. Divisou has retnrtitd from Calhoun, where she has been :it the bedside of her b other, J.ilm Payne, who is very ill with pneumonic. He is a little hotter, though hid friends entertain very little hope of his recovery. Miss Iiessie Spencer has a most painful protuberance on her foot, which has bullied the skill of several physicians. Miv, Kos.i Wallace, of Narrows, is the gutst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Burch this week. She is accompanied ry her little son, Bryan. Olla Duff, of Dundee, was the guest of Miss Irene Whittinghill Sunday. Dr. D II. Godsey and wife aud Mrs. Craven made pleasajt viijit to Fords-vill- e. 11 SMITH "That the County High School is about to abandon one frame building to go into another to be huilded for 59 000, when a brick structure can be built for about $2,000 11101 e; that the excavation has begun for loundation, but that it is not too late to consider; that this court lend its friendly aid and advice to the Board of Education in an earnest effort to produce a m d ern, adequate brick structure or else that it take steps towards the reci sion of this contract and the creation of a proper and sullicient fund to build a suitable structure and prevent this "step backward." While the levy may have been held to be mandatory, if sullicient cause appear to tin's court, which appropriates the taxpayors money, to cause them to refuse to take such steps, it will give the people time to consider and all tim to realize the error of tho proposed course. I am a taxpayer and oiler with several others to pay S5O each of the necessary $2,000 and while the failure to raise the balance evidences Hardinsburg's interest; the county must bear the burden of this great necessity and on its officers rests the responsibility of wisely providing this public institution. It is a matter of immediate and great importance that this court do all within its po.vcr, which Is enough. " Henry Dellaven Moorman Court finally adjourned. L. L. Waggoner, J Sign Catch the Eye Show Cards lianners. . . Third District ' Fourth District; E. H. man & Co. 1U.52S Shel- 39,57 9,714 First State Bank ' Jesse R Eskridge John P. Haswell, Jr, It is now ordered by the court that said report ba and the same is now adopted and confitmed, and ordered to record, and it is further ordered that John 1J Haswell, Jr., commississloner for the railroad tax district, pay to Dennie Sheeran, sheriff, on funds be loneing to said district, taxes on $20, 39! at .the rate of 30 cents which is er roneously assessed amounting to fSS. 18 and it is further ordered that Andrew Driskell, Superintendent, pay to Dennie Sheeran, sheriff, the taxes on ?S8. SOS at the rate of 20 cents which has erroneously assessed, amounting to Lilbon E. Smith Phone 3-i- Wheat Is lootcing fine, and there is a large crop of it in this vicinity. "Bread baking is guaranteed to be a success if you use Lewisport BEST flour." SPECIAL LOW RATES J 17(1. 20. It is lurther ordered that Judge Wm. Ahl. Commissioner and Receiver of this court, pay to Dennie Sheeran, sherff, the taxes on $SS,723 at the rate of IH cents which was erroneously as- sessea amounting to the sum of J.1S1.- 31. x We know of no ether medicine which hag been so successful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In almost every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has either been benefited by it, or knows some one. who has. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files containing over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, in which many openly state over their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from, surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made exclusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. 'JThe reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism, restoring it to healthy and normal activity. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. " For three years I wns Coloina, Wisconsin. troubled with feinnlo weakness, irregularities, backache anil bearing down pains. I saw an advertisement of Lydia 13. lMiikluun's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it. After taking several bottles I found it was helping me, and I must say that I am perfectly well now and can not thank you euough for what Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me." Mrs. John Wentland.lt. P. D., No. 3, Box OO, Coloina, Wisconsin. H. M. Beard, two claims allowed, (itemized) II5& Minutes read and approved. L. L. Waggoner, J. B. C. C. At a Breckinridge county Fiscal court :onttnued and held in and for BreckinridRe county, Ky., at the court house In Hardinsburg, on April 8,1911; present, Hon. L. L. Waggoner- - Judge of the Breckinridge county court, with the following Justices of the Peace; , Geo. Harris, Sam Dix and Dan Quiggins. 1.25 Wade Pile claim allowed It is ordered that the County Judge be authorized to secure the duplicate of the (tandard weights and balances, approved by tho government and he is further nuthorized to provide the Inspector with weights, balances and measures and such other apparatus as will enable him to make the proper John-Alters- J. 15. C C. Is there anything in all tills world that importance to you than good dlgestu 11? Food must he eaten to susis of more test. J. R. Eskridge and J. P. Has $50 well, Jr., claim allowed The Magistrates are allowed their perdium. tain life and must he digested and con verted into blood. Whnti the digestion fails the whole body suffers. Chamber lain's Tablets are rational and reliable cure for indigestion. Thev increase the flow of bile, purify the blood, stren gthen the stomach, and lone up the whole digestive apparitus to a natural and healthy action. Por sale Hy nil late spring. W. A. Lloyd and family have moved dealers. back to their farm from Oivenslwro, whete they have been living for about n NOTICE year. Mrf, Lou Deweese, of Fordsville, U Please do not ask us to publish card oV.t hanks, resolutions or obituaries free the guest of her son, Lafe Deweeae. d impioved in health. He has uOO acres in cultivation, and is able to personally superin tend it. Rev. Corley preached Mrs. Sarah Oldham's funeral Sunday at Pleasant Grove church, There wns quite a large crowd out. Russel Walker has returned home . Mrs. Lee Stoue'is visiting relatives nt Olaton this week. Dennis Walker, of Pordsville, wart a guest of his parents, Mr. and M.'s. C. II. Walker. Anderson Davison sent a wagon-loaof tat hogs to market last week. Miss Ka'nnie Whittinghill, ot Hart ford, spent list week at home. The farmers in this section are not through pi luting com, owing to the , T. K Butler is very much ON HENDERSON ROUTE $3.00 Cloverport to Louisville and return May 12 and 13, good till June 0; also May IS, 20, 25, 27, and June 1, 3, 0 and 8, good to return two days afier days of sale; on account of spring races. ."SO, Stops itching insiautly. Cures piles, eczema, salt 1 lit urn, tetter, itch, hives herpes, scabies Doan's Ointment. At any drug stole. Denman G. A. R. Commander. Owensboro, Ky., May DentiMii, was today Kl. Charles C, elected commanJer of the State Department of the G. A. R. For a mild, easy action of the bowels, a single dose of Doau's Kegulets is enough. Trentuieut cuies habitual constipation, cents n box. for diuggist Ak your them. Seventy Potatoes in One Hill. Sam Keith found a most unusual occurence in his garden last wetk when he dug seventy bttle Irish potatoes from oue hill. G. A. Wright, day 3 days at fi per THE OLD RELIABLE day G. N. Harris, 5days at $3 per ' Sam Dix, 5 days at f3 per day n 15- - 15. 15 BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. .Organized 1872 John Akers, day day 5 das 0 at $3 per 15. Dan Qulggins, days at ?3 per days at 12. B. A. Whittinghlll, 4 $3 per day OUR RECORD An : Women who are suffering from those dis ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of tressing these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg--t able Compound to restore their health. Whereas, it appears that the county Board of Education has made a contract to erect a county high school building of wood.and It further appearing that a brick building of the same size can be erected for an additional sum of f 1,098.' Therefore, be it resolv- - 39 years of honorable dealing. Pusscd through three panics ami paid every Icgitiuiato claim to its full amount on demand, Never scaled a check. absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING NEWS, 0. A fellow, or cause any gladness to cloy, Its a pretty good plan to forget it. Marion Weath erholt, ooo A Issued Every Wednesday. Mistaken Idea. Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky . If a man walks two squares with a girl twice and calls on her once, there are some people who start the report that the man U in love with the girl and thai she Is "crazy" about him. Such remarks often spoil an enjoyable OLOVERPORT, KT WEDNESDAY, MAY IV, 1911 friendship between young people nnd they get so disgusted nnd annoyed by Subscription Price Si. 00 a year in advance. the round of talk that they feel comBUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and 5 cents for each ad pelled to drop their relationship with each other.Agirlshouldnotgetthe Idea ditional insertion. that every man who seeks her socltty CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of Is In love with her and the man who 10 cents per lino. thinks that a girl Is In love with him line, money because she Is nice to him, Is a fool. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per The sooner boys and girls and the old in advance. er men and women and the meddlers-ce- ase talking about "cases" and "love Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please affairs", and encourage friendships, the notify us. happier will be the social life of young people. EIGHT PAGES. MAIL ORDERS Promptly and Carefully Filled . Fire and Plate Glass Insurance with tho best values in stock; and on mail order purchases of $6 or, moro wejpay forwarding charges to points within 200 miles Louisville's Greatest Department Store Fidelity Bonds Women's Pumps and Oxfords Twenty years' expciicnco in the execution of Two extraordinary values in the following styles of footwear: Deeds, Mortgages, Con- For Governor. We arc authorized to announce JAS. H. Mc CREAKY as a for Governor of Kentucky subject to the action of tho primary election May 27. ooo Pretty Ohio Home. Our good friend, Mrs. Francis Thomp son, has returned from a visit to her brother, John S. Thompson, near Way- nesville, Ohio. She and her grand-son- , Lodle Bernard, were there six weeks. Mr. Thompson has a fine farm and his home in as nice as the nicest home In Cloverport. Mrs. Thompson said she did not have a thing to do while there. Sleep, eat and smoke her pipe was her dally program, but some evenings she would slip out to the milk pen nnd milk the cows. There they use a cream separator. "I wouldn't have one if a person would give it to me, said Mrs. Thompson, it Is too hard to keep clean." They are In such a hurry to get the cream that they cannot wait for it to come to the top. They use the separator, then spend so much time cleaning it. "They make good butter, but the milk Is so poor and blue It Is not fit to drink", said Mrs. Thompson. She concluded that most of us are so anxious to get the cream of life that we cannot wait for things to take their natural course. "We get the cream and ruin tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable for Work First-class TAN OXFORDS tnn Russia calf; Blucher style; welt sole; medium wide toe; high-hee- l last. A splendid shade of tan, pcr- this season's style; all sizes and widths $2,65 regular .f3.50 values. On sale at fect-littingan- d markable &alc, and it showed what men can do when they will, and have the nerve and the desire. What a man feels and wills he can do if he is honest and conscientious. He can make people feel his way and come over. People like to move along with successful men. Towns are built just this way by the enthusiasm and initiative of just a few. "The only fellows who accomplish great tasks arc tho ones, who desire to accomplish them." This was truly illustrated by Moremcn This was a re& Akcrs in their lot tale at Irvington last Saturday. CALF PUMPS with flat ribbon bow; made1 with welt sole, cn legular short vamp pump last: fit perfectly without aid of stiayn; all sizes and widths; regular ftn np $3.50 values; on sale atj OiDU GfUN-META- L COTTONJtOSSOM Floating Theatre Will Visit Clo verport Next Monday, May Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats Untrimmed Black Hair Hats; in large and small shapes; regular $2 00 values; on sale QQn DOU sale at Hats; including Panamas, sailors, rough straws and hair braid turbans; trimmed in flowers, velvet bands, wings. etc., regular $5.00 and CO QQ $6 values; on sale at .. , 4f .00 Ready-to-Wear Rough Straw Hats; in black, natural; straight and rolling brim; regular $1. val blue and The Supreme Court of the United States handed down a decision Monday declaring that the Standard Oil Company and its nineteen subsidary corporations were a conspiracy and a combination in restraint of trade, and ordered that the combination must be dissolved within six months. The court was unanimous as to the main features of the decision. 22. Playgoers in this county have a great treat in store shortly when Ralph Emer son presents the Cotton Blossom Show Boat at the local wharf Monday evening, Mav 22, in the great four' act comedy drama, "A Women's Revenge." Nature offers no prettier pictures than those drawn by the author, and it is said an artist could not portray in a more striking manner the several impersonations than does the excellent company which has been selected by Mr. Emerson to presant this popular drama. High Class Vaudeville, as date as the last tick of the clock will be in troduced between the acts. Special attention is called to the great death de fying glsss water tank escape, of "Mighty Oaks," the highest priced act ever carried on a show boat. up-t- o . a?:.. !!!? 69c English Walking Hats; turbans and sailors; trimmed in quills, velvet ears; scarfs and straw ornaments; regular $3 and $4 values; on sale at $1.50 the statement and restatement of a fundamental truth about your ousiness, what your articles can do, their price, their quality and the service oll'ered that pay in advertising. If you have something to sell don't be afraid to tell people about it. The way to reach tho the milk." people of this county is through the Breckenridge News. It is High-Grad- e Corsets gg Corn pl'inted before the heavy nuns is reported not coming up, THE are cutting down that which is up. Several farmand the ers are plowing up and replanting. Tobacco plants are reported in a Some bad condition. Rain is needed. cut-wor- COUNTRY MINISTER "RENO" CORSETS for medium and slender figures; made of excellent batiste, with hose supporters at front and sides; invariably sold at $1.00; on sale SPECIAL AT 49c A very attractive model with high bust and long slender lines; ideal for the average figure; hoso supporters front and sides; a regular 75c value; yQn on sale at fuu BRASSIERES, CONTOURS AND BUST CONFINES of all sorts; including open and closed fronts; a variety of trimmings; sizes up to 48 at 50c. Sec our special OKn . Brassiere at ZOu Suggestions Towards '"'Betterment Of Existing Conditions In Rural Parishes! There seems to be very little interest in the Democratic primary in thif county. Farmers are too busy planting corn, and the politicians are saying nothing. The independent Democrats in this county are all falling into line, and will vote in 'the primary. This looks good to us. What's the matter with the ice plant? Tons of ice down there and people starving for it. Get a move on gentlemen. , The Mother's Day services at the Methodist church Sunday were sweet and impressive. The man who never changes his opinion is tho man who never enlarges his information. Bead the proceedings of the Fiscal Court and see where your money is going. Democrats ought to et busy in this county and whoop up the primary. How i that back yard of yours i Is it clean? It's wise to smile when other folks don't. MTTU: STOIUKS WMTTKN While The Press Thunders 15V In a discussion of "The Plight of the Country Minister,' Rev. A. A. Mac- Kenzie offers the following suggestions toward a solution of the problem: 1. That the country minister should have a house and a fixed salary of not less than $1,000 a year. 2. Our rich men, instead of giving the whole of their surplus wealth for the endowment of universities and the establishing of libraries, all of which go to cities and towns, should divert a portion of it to the endowment of 'the country churches of their own denom inatiwis. James Baird, the Scottish mine owner gave half a million pounds sterling to endow the smaller parishes of the church of Scotland, and, largely as a result of this munificence, almost every Scottish village or country district, no matter how weak financially, has well established religious services. American millionaries may well come to the rescue of the American country church, or if Christianity shall cease to be a power in the lives of our farmers, there is a serious outlook for the nation. Were a church that pays $300 annually be endowed so that another $500 would be available, a capable pastor could be secured; one who could Clean up your" pavements. Charlie Evans, of Vasliinston, D. The marriage will take place at the homo of tho bride's parent;!, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Eaitt, in Cincinnati, tomorrow. Miss Raitt is not expected home for several weeks. During hor absence her sister, Miss Josie Kaitt, will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Pierce. C. Men's Hot Weather Underwear We carry in stock all of the leading brands; and are sole agents for a number of the best and most popular makes. Shirt and Drawers 25c Ecru balbriggan shirts; long or short sleeves, drawers with French bands and double seats; checked nainsook, coat athletic shirts, no sleeves; drawers to match, knee length only; open mesh shirts, long or short sleeves; drawers ankle or knee length. Choice of OP Aub these, at, per garment Help Nature keep Cloverport tho prettiest place in the world. LOUISK The Seeds Of A Drug Store. Around the drug stores of most towns here is usually a place either outside or inside that might be called a garden spot for men gossipers, and the tales that will not take root and grow there, will never come up! Cloverport's drug stores in this respect are unlike those of other towns, and In them the seed of business and social gossip or scandal have never been permitted to be sown by idle talkers. The druggists themselves have been cautious in their quiet, firm way to keep the right atmosphere within their walls. Nearly forty years Mr. Fisher has been in the drug busi- ness in Cloverport, and women and children feel as free to "wait a while' in his store as they do in their own home. In many towns to even pass "the corner drug tore" is unpleasant, especially for women. They naturally Imagine that those sitting on the bench micht drop a personal remark about them. "I heard it at the drug store" is a common expression of men In some communities. The barber shop, sometimes, Is the haDov meeting place for Idle talkers, but the dav Is here when the barber shops, the drug stores and the stations The ro being lifted to higher planes. wronrietors are placing good reading matter In their establishments for those who have to wait and are doing everything intheir power to keep apace with civil progress. At Gibson's drug store pasted under neath the glass of the cigar case is a clipping that men cannot help noticing when they stop to strike a match or linger to hear what those standing around have to say. We are told that Mr. J. Byrne Severs put it. there while he was in the drug business. It is well worth remembering and should be put in every place where men gather and women talk. We publish It herewith in full: THINGS TO FORGET. If you see a tall fellow ahead of a crowd, A leader of men, marching fearless and proud, And you know of a tale whose mere telling aloud Would cause his proud head to in anguish be bowed, Its a pretty good plan to forget It. If you know of a skeleton hidden away In a closet, and guarded, and kept from the day In the dark; and whose showing, whose sudden display Would cause grief and sorrow' and life long dismay, Its a pretty good plan to forget it. If you know of a thing that will darken the joy Of a men or a woman, a girl or a boy, That will wipe out a smile or the least way annoy Only-- a little cold in the head may be the beginning of an obstina'e case of Nasal Catarrh. Drive out the invader with Ely's Cream Balm applied straight Union Suits'; balbriggan or Otis Balbriggan; three weights to the Inflamed stuffed up open mesh; ankle length, long or tailored seam shirts, with French Price 50c. If you prefer to use an atom neck; short sleeves; look like $1 goods. buttons; izer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It has long or short sleeves; ankle or all the good qualities of the solid form B. V. D. Genuine Athletic; knee length drawers. of this remedy and will rid you of catarcoat shirts, long or short sleeves; rh or hav fever. No cocaine to breed drawers ankle or knee lengths; Ribbed Balbriggan; spring a dreadful habit. No mercury to dry sizes up to 41. weight; shirts high neck and Price 75c, with out the secretion. long sleeves; drawers with interGenuine Porosknlt; white or afford to stay. spraying tube. All druggists, or mail woven double seat and crotch,, ecru; shirts with long or half 3 Should our rich man fall to do so ed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, ankle length; sizes up to 44. sleeves; drawers ankle or knee great a work, let everv denomination New York. length; sizes up to 44 raise a sustentation fund for itscountry Elastic Seam Drawers; churches, such as was raised by Dr. If iho fence spoils tho looks of jean; elastic seams both Athletic Ribbed Underwear; Chamlers when the Free church of Scot your place, take it down. sides of legs and backs, elastic buttonless and sleeveless shirts; f land left the Established church. knee drawers; in white only; ankles; splendid materials and The objection to the last two sug sizes up to 44 worth $1.00; sizes up to 44. The New Stone Crusher. gestions is that where there are two or three rival churches in a small comTho grading of tho switch to munity, it would be a waste of money tho now plant of tho "Webster to provide an endowment for them all, Stono Cotnpnny, near Irvington, or to support them all from sustentatwas linished Monday. Ties and ion funds. rails are boing put down, and 1. The different boards in charge of the country churches should come to- trains will bo running in there of Sheep lire hereby OWNEUS they are now located, notified not to movo sheep from farms upon without a Cert Idea to of Inspection. EVEHY gether and make a combined effort to with tho equipment for the plant. SHEEP In Rreckenrldge County must bo dlpptd before thoy can be sold and shipput an end to the divisions which are This will bo ono of tho big indusped from this county. Shippers will not buy sheep that have not been dipped, so the prime cause of the miserable conIf you want to tell ycur lambs you must dip your entire flock ut once. When a tries of tho county when under dition of so many of the country cdm shipper buys u load of sheep he- must furnish wo name at party from whom purfull headway. chased and the number In each lot. and If said sheep have been dipped, u certifimunlties. cate will be Issued shipper und suld certificate must be attached to bill of lading. 5 The country churches should be Farmers or shippers writing tor Information or certificates must enclose Y DATES CHANGED FOR managed by a central board represtamps for reply. sentative of the various denominations. VtTTUU notice Is Riven pursuant to orderot The National liureau of Animal SCHOOL CONVENTION. Industry and the Livestock Sanitary Hoard of Kentucky, and must be strictly and The filling of vacancies should not be promptly complied with; and there aro no exceptions or ways of escape and tho Tho Sunday School Convention order means what It says and will be carried out by me. These aro my posltlvo left to local officials. The "voluntary orders and I add the above that tho breeders and dealers may appreciate the serprincipal," dear to so many in other to bo held at Ilardinsburg Juno 1 iousness of the muteri It there are any chances, I will glvu notice. for Information regarding dipping' or uny other matter pertaining to this lands, has proved a failure so far as and 2, instead of Juno 2 and 3, as work address our rural work is concerned. A pastor previously announced. "Wo aro should be sent to the country church : : Glen Dean, Ky. W. R. MOORMAN, special effort to a for a certain number of years, as Is putting forth Live Stock Inspector done by the Roman Catholics and make this a representative con Methodists, who have no vacant church- vontion. Wo urgo each Sunda es in the country. School in tho county to appoint two delegates who will go to Har tend tho convention, nnd bo pres- your school and turn into great Attends Wedding. dinsburg and represent them at ent in tho superintendent's con- good. Iiemotnbor date of conference which will bo hold on Fri- vention. Program in next week's Miss Annie Raitt left this morn- this convention. paper. "Wo aro also making a special day.. There will be many things T. B. Henderson, Pres. ing to attend tho wedding of hor Ora B. Hendrick, Seoy. Mary S. Raitt, to Mr. plea to tho superintendents to at- - said that you can carry back, to niece, Miss Choice of These at 50c mother-of-pearl Pep-per- el To Breeders and Shippers of Sheep - SUN-DA- A Rillible Remedy tk't bll heals mmnnn w H quickly absorbed. 1T1DDU Relief al Once. And FUR I. E. Keith & Son have put In a new front nnd remodeled their business house. Miss Anna Hnrt went to Louisville Snturdny to spend Sunday with her mother. 1 have a No. 1 sheep Dip recognized by the st6ck growers. Julian H Brown. Mrs. W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was a passenger enroute to Louisville Monday. Garland Driskell, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of Miss Susie Newton Sunday. Mrs. H.V. Duncan went to Louisville Saturdny to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Duncan. ' Ed Dillon, of Hardinsburg, was th guest of Miss Delia Winchell Sunday at Praam Halm UIHHII1 UUIMI It cleanses, soothes, I protects the diseased lnein- brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in tliellcnd quickly. Itcstores the Senses of Tnto nnd Smell. Full size SO cts. lit Druggists or by mall. Liquid Cream Balm for mo in atomizers 75 cts. My Brothers, GO Warren Street, Now York. FOR FOREIGN THIS PAPER REPRESENTED . ADVERTISING BY THE We may not b your nearest druggist, but we try to come the nearest pleasing you GIBSON & SON THEY ALLDEMAND IT $ Why Not Marry. in Many Nice Presents for the rot correspond anil marry, h'or best amllnicu plan free write to E. V1m', Albion, Ind. " J II V For Sale Sweet Girl Kn1m;i. On IB H. and one 10 II l. Oiwr, Scott. Itotb mikIiici In (rood condition, and wni lie sold hi low prices km eay terns. Address Simti.l . Ky. Thomas, FOlt crick HAMC-Trae- tlon llmu-sv.lle- For Sale- -, Marc Colts. Herman Coarh Maro COIt f Ai.K-Tli- rco Colt", two juirs old. I'rioo K0 It all . Tor particulars sto N. I). taken farms Welxttr, Ky. 1 totti-tlicr- Graduates Belts and Belt Pins, Books, Parasols and NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL TME PRINCIPAL CITIES general, offices Tobinsport. Fletcher Pauley has been critically ill for several days at his home on the West Side. Mrs. James Skillman was the delight ful hostess to the Ladies Reading Club Wanted Slock Hogs. WMTE"-11- 0 flock Mors: wHrIi from 30 to 75 pounds. Heard liros.. Ilardlns- burn, Ky. A Customer. f have - a customer foract-ofarm located near tin- railroad and near a pod cliool. lie lias the cash to pay. .Ino. H, llabbage, -rt, T5he Breckenridge News. 17. 1911 Ky, tfRtlNESnAV. MAY 'lUTEb OLITICAL FOR ?( Thursday. ANNOUNCEMENTS tFor Predutt and city Offices ar Offices $ 2.&0 f 5.00 15.00 10 1" District Offices f t Calls, rierliue for Cards, her line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line State a id 10 LOCAL BREVITIES Horace Tucker was in Cannelton Sunday. Byron Beauchamp got his foot cut last week. Dr. miliary Bone spent Sunday in Bardstown. The Best of All Cotton Blossom Show Boat. For Sale A pair of small scales at the News office. Miss Jane Lightfoot has recovered from measles. Miss Mamie DeHaven went to Louls- Rev'. Mr. Frank Lewis was in Louis- ... m J vine i nursuay. Rev. Mr. L. S. Sanders was at Tob- 1 ' Mr. ancPMrs. W. H Bowmer went to Louisville Tuesday to see their little grand daughter, Ella Bell Bowmer. They vyill be accompanied home by their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Adkisson and her daughters, Margaret and Nancy, of Chicago. While at Hardinsburg Monday we called on C. D. Pavne at the depot and was surprised to find Flour at 55 cts per bag; .meat at 8 cts per lb and other lines at equally low figures. He has established strictly the cash system, which explains. 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 May. It is your opportunity to get cheap shoes. Richard Skillman, of West Point, is Don't fail to take advantage of it. Ji, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Skillman Julian H. Brown. Read Jas. J. Burke & Go's, advertise" ,. T, ...III 1. .t. t 1 Miss Cleona Weatherholt was in Lou i isville last week. Irvington ought to get busy now and r,,,.ri i f l Til h ninmMS. UUUUOUUlv,......- -. t Hss Nannie Collins returned from Vine Grove Monday. Earl Bohler was severely burned at Bowie's Bakery last week. Mrs. Wickliffe Moorman returned from Louisville Saturday. Emerson's Cotton Blossom Show Boat at the river Monday night. McGlothlan & Smith are building a new store house at Irvington. Miss Martha Willis and Robert Oelze went to Louisville Saturday. "A Woman's Revenge" Monday night on the Cotton Blossom. A M. Hardin & Co. are finishing up their store house at Lodiburg. examinations Five of the twenty-fiv- e at Hardinsburg Monday. tffailed Mrs. Hoffious Behen entertained for to LouisvllleSaturday. L. D. Addison, 128 South 4th street, ot Louisville, serves a nice dinner for .15 cents. Call on him. Rev. Mr. Frank Farmer, of Owens-borwas the guest of Mr. and Mrs and Jacob Morrison Friday. Willie Macey nnd Mitchell Haycraft, of Lodiburg, spent last week here with John Tindnll. their grand-fatheMr. and Mrs. Ernest Carson and little son, of Jackson, Miss., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Crist Sunday. Miss Mary Jarboe . was home from Bowling Green Sunday, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe. DuRelle Fairleigh, of St. Louis, was here to see his aunt, Mrs. John Babbage, Wednesday. Mr. Fairleigh is improving in health. "The Mighty Oaks", Death Defying Glass Water Tank Escape act, the sen sationof the age Seen only on Cotton Blossom Show Boat. If you want a deed, contract, mortga ge or anv kind of a contract drawn and want it done right, call on V. G. Bab bage, Notary Public. f 100 reward To party that will allow themselves to be locked in a glass tank under water and escape. Tank can be examined at the Cotton Blossom Show Boat all day Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper and little Potts, were Katie visiting their son, John Haroer at Webr, grand-daughter, For Sale Cloverport Like Every City And pood work marcs, safe and SALE Mrs. L. T. Reid and daughters, Mar FJll colts wlilcli Ilo'h Town In The Union, Receives will sell rlRlit. O. liavt- mule McQuady, Ky.I tha, Emily nnd Eleanor, expect to go W. Elmore, B - Handkerchi efs, Pennants, Gloves, Umbrellas, Fans, ' It. For Sale A 15 borse power stationery SALE People with kidney Ills want to be FOIt Enulne; Watklns mike. In pood reWhen one suffers the tortures pair. Ilreckimrtdpe News, Cloverport, Ky. cured. For Sale Deeds, .Mortcnires and all kinds blanks. HreckenrldRo News, Cloverport. Ky. Silk Hosiery, Jewel Boxes, Hat Pins, Brooches see window display :: :: o, of an aching back, relief Is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies that relieve, but do not cure. Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thousands. Here is proof: Pleasant A. Scruggs, of 725 Hathaway St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "For two years I was afflicted with kidney trouble. I suffered severely from pains in the small of my back which were greatly aggravated when stooping or lifting. I could obtain no rest and consequently arose in the morning feeling so lame and tired that it was hard for me to get I felt languid and nervous around. and the least exertion tired me. Headaches and dizzy spells also added to my affliction and I was annoyed by spots appearing before my eyes. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and caused me to arise at night Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box and in about a week I was relieved. I continued taking this remedy until I was completely cured." Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Foster-Mllbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United poll SA r.K ' of lutal Wanted Tenant. llallman farm WANTED A tenant for the must furnish Tenant teams. Write t I.lliovltz, Lewlsport, Ky. Scholarship Sebolarihlp In tlio IIowUdk Unlversltc. pood In any detainment ot that University. IJreekunrldKoN'ews, For Sale lJ. C. NOLTE & BRO., Cloverport,1 FOR SALE Cloverport, Ky,. with burs picked out and broken up Is 'lz to ,'!c less, dealcis and mills preferring wool in fleeces. Wool should not be tied vith sisal rope: a soft twine should be used. Wool must be dry and in good condition and clear of thecp tags and dirt. ' , ph States. Remember the name Doan's take no other. ster Saturday and Sunday. Frank Fraize, of this city, and D. S. Richardson, of Union Star, two of away back In the sixties, were at Hardinsburg Monday. Prices Lower On Good; Hogs-Cat- tle Active Demand And Tho pli; noarrupli. tlirmifli tlio Ingenuity of a ouplf of boys In Wisconsin, has Iwonv tbiug nPusofulup as well aM iiniiiiii'incnt. After the novelty had worn o.T t lie boys had cunt uskle tho "canned" sours and funny talks and and gone bncj: to checkers. Hut they found t lit t doing tho chores seriously Interfered with the game. One of them remembered that they could talk Into the records and have the talk come out Just like It went In. So between moves each called Into the machine, "Come. boss; come, boss." Then they put the phonograph out facing the pasture and turned It loose. Tho cows came homo Cs'ls Cows. II' IIO IS 'IfCESSFlL- noir Tilt y ma of. ST1KT TltF. TIIF1K ,iSllLR IS I HE SstMF t CIIORTLSITr VOL - ntimiLU in tii .i UTTLE RCIDYCJSII:' IIIIE LI DC ) cturs if rov have ACCOIST A HERE THE CliiXCE. soir rND s6.id TO M iKF. TOUR qvvok rt.virr. roi LL IT POSStttLE &T1RT SAI'lSd f BAILS OF CLCYERPC; T Prices Firm- - Spring Lambs Steady At $6.75 WOOL MARKET 15. Sibscrxbe Keek your buck door clean. VERY QUIET. rtfij 111 ROUND TRIP TO Pyou. What's the Matter With i the cuest t Charles A. Beider, of Chicago, was of Miss Eva Bell Plank Sun the jce Plant? Can wo Mr. Editor: What is the mat- ter with tho ico plant? MUSHROOM CORNS Most Painful of All Foot Ailments. How to Cure Them. TThe Mushroom corn Is so called from Its pitted cone top, resembling a tiny Wmushroom. It burrows deep into the STEPHENSP0RT. rto nnil fritta ninrn Inflnmiwl thnn n t n r Miss Esther Payne has returned from corns. For tho quick relief and cure of these and all corns and callouses the a few days stay at Owensboro with her f following 1b tho most effective remedy cousin, Mrs. Addie Powers. known to sciMrs. Geo. Shively and little daughence: Dissolve ter, of Owensboro, came Sunday and 2 tablespoonfuls spent a few days with her husbaud, Dr. of Caloclde compound in a ba Geo. Shively. Edgar Lee Watllngton, of Evausville, sin of hot water. Soak the feet in this for full fifteen minutes, gently mas- was the gueut ot Mr. and Mrs. R, A. saging tho sore parts. (Less time will Smith last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Smith were sot give desired results.) All soreness Instantly disappears and the corn guests of their daughter, Mrs. Will or callous can bo easily peeled off. It Lennou, in Hardinsburg, Monday. ay be necessary to repeat this for a Mrs. S. II. Dix and Mrs. Mollle number ot nights fpr a complete cure, were hi Cloverport one day last but it adhered to It will surely succeed. wte.s shopping. part A Uttle olive oil rubbed on the Mrs. Guy Martin and childreu, of This Caloclde Is a Is very beneficial. very remarkable preparation for all Addison, were guests of her mother, toot ailments and Is no longer confined Mrs. Thomas Smith, several days last doctors' use. Any druggist has it week, b Btock or will quickly get It from his Lewis Perkins, of LnuUville, is the A. A.. A... guest of J. W. French. Gordon Payne has charge of the Dt 1CV b W UU rtv WUVIAMV.M Brandenburg telegraph office for a time. ft feet and tender feet need only a Gordon la a line operator for one so will be welcomed young as he, and l sure to make good. nlona. This Item Bread baking Is guaranteed a successif y. persons who have tried Ineffectual you use the Lewlsport BEST Flour. and tablets. ders 1 A -- not have ico such weather as this? If they aro not going to deliver ico, they should let trio people know, that they may mako other arrangements for ico. Citizen. The rewere 1,333 head; there wasa irood attend tee of local traders and butchers on the yards this buyers; morning, but few there was a pretty good active demand t for choice butcher cattle and everything of that description changed hands readily at steady to firm prices; some salesman thought they got a little more money in some instances; the medium and common kinds and heavy cattle were slow and barely steady; the feederand stocker market was quiet, just about steady; bulls slow; canners dull; milch cows unchanged; prime heavy cattle were slow sale and just about steady. The pens were well cleared; market closed quiet. Quotations: Prime export steers 5 40 5.05; shipping steers 5. r.10; beef steers 3.75 (jg 5.50; fat heifers Q A.S5; cuttery 2.50 4. 50; fat cows 3.75 2.50; feeders 3.75; canners i,50 5.25; bulls" 4.50 Qi) 5.50; stockere 3.50 1.75; choice milch cows 35. 2.50 Louisville, May ceipts pf cattle Cattle y FRANK "THE HOUSE GUENTHER KY. YOU LOUISVILLE Via.L., H. & ST. L. R'Y Sunday, May 21, 1911 Train Leaves Falls of Hough (ilan Dean " McQuudy Hardinsburg Harned Uarlield , Iitt-i- n " Spi inir " Irvinsrton Arrive Louisville lieturning Leaves Louisville . OWENSBORO, THAT SAVES MONEY" n light-weigh- All orders for this beauty received on or before May 22d delivered fhkk to Cloverport, Ky. " " Kirk 0:05 a. m. 0.35 " 0:45 " 0:52 " 7:00 " 7:10 7:28 " : 8:05 " 10:05 " 7:30 p. m. 7:44. " 1 ATTRACTIONS BASE BALL LouUville vs Kan-a- s City; Fountaine Ferry Park, "the Fark Ueautiful" 5 Theatres the market ruled just about steady; quiet a few spring lambs here and the quality was goo'd; the bulk of the best Otf 0c; medium and cull lambs and OJic; choice fat wool sheep3Jand 3a.ic; medium and common sheep extremely slow sale at 1 and 3c; stock sheep not wanted. Wool The market is very quiet and g declining. Louisville dealers are the following prices: Kentucky, Tennessee and Southern Indiana clear merchantable white grease wool 10 and 20c, according to quality and section of country; burry wool 10 and 15c according to burrs; black wool 15c to 16c;dead sheep and seedy wool 16c to 16c; me20c to 30c. rino 16c to 17c; Southern wool 2c to 3c lower. Wool Day-intub-washe- d 35. 45: common to fair 15 Calves Receipts 7O; the market ruled steady; bulk of the best (1 faOHc; some fancy higher; medium 5 (o 0c; 35. common to fair I5 Hogs Receipts 2,611; the market ruled slow and 5c lower; selected hogs all weights, selling at 0.25, with the roughs out at 5.5s down; the pens were well cleared add the market closed steady at the decline. Sheep and Lmbs Receipts 2,145; TICKETS GOOD ON SPECIAL TRAIN ONLY I What is a Safe Bank? Did you over stop to think PRIN'CESS DRESSER No. 56720 French bevel mirror 18x30 in , top measures 20x30 inches and is 0 feet high. Mndn of tho Oak and linost quartor-sawetho highest possible finish; tho finest piece of furniture over oll'orcd at half tho price. Wo want every one of our customers to take advantage of this bargain; they cannot ho bought in dozen lots at tho price wo oiler. d a bunk is sound only when its loans aro safe? 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I could rend In It n look of triumph, but I think no one else Uiero could tell whether she was pleas ed or not nt the turn things had tnken The moment the curtnlns hnd fallen behind her the priests moved away In procession, their chief looking nt mo for n moment almost ns If I hnd Increased Ills wisdom, but ho left me without speaking. Then several knights, tny friends, gathered round me. I had their good will, but I noted tbnt I had not converted n slnglo one who was avowedly opposed to me, They crossed to Count Vascn, and ho So wo stood In two parties sml.lcd. upon the platform. "The rabble Is easily moved. Sir Vor rail," he anld contemptuously. He passed down the steps nud across the hall, followed by more than half the knights who hnd stood round the princess, "The people shouted "Sir Verrall,' but not all." said a kulght beside me. "Wo will go with you to your quarters." 'DC SnitE I HHAfcli NOT ItCTUnS TO THAT I would "1 thank you. gentlemen. OTHEIl WOULD ALONE." willingly keep my life a little, since I and, fool that I was, I tried to make have so much to do In It." From a shadow a lady stepped sud you believe that I cared nothing for you." denly the Lady Aldrlda. "And, In truth, you succeeded." "By your leave I would speak with "Why did you receive me so coldly? Sir Verrall." She came close to me. and there was 1 looked for gladness In your eyes after tbat In her face that made me look the tournament." "I had a secret to keep." at her hands. They were empty, hang lng at her side. "Kvcn then?" asked. "The princess could have smiled; the That she was agitated need hardly be stated. Our conversation was hur woman dared not. I was afraid of ried, but every word she uttered show you, of myself, of all the world." "Do you still doubt me?" ed that she felt I had played her In conclusion she said wrongfully. "I am waiting to lie convinced." "Lady Aldrlda came to me after the "You shall regret the friendship. Sir Verrall. You may escape the swords council nud licensed me of being false." will so con- I said. "Sho spoke most bitterly." of your enemies, but "And you soothed her?" trive that you shall not escape my vengeance. It is a dangerous thing to "I fear not. I told her that Imagina tion hud played too great n part with play with such a woman as I am." She moved away from me. and the her and that I had said no more to her than many others had done and knights came to my side ngaln. will do again to so pretty a lady." She laughed bitterly. "And she left you amicably?" "Guard him well, gentlemen, if you "No vowing vengeance." would keep him. I do not envy you The princess started. so false n friend." "She cannot harm me." I said. "To We were leaving the ball when Jnsar met us. Two of the princess guards day has proved my friends, and they have sworn to protect your highness." were with him. 'I have no fear What do you fear "Her highness commands your presfor me?" ence. Sir Verrall," he said. 'liocause I love you I fear all things. "Her hlKhne-i- s thinks I ueed prosaid to my comrades, "It Do you know that It Is wliNpcrcd in tection." will save yon the trouble of seeing me the city that I seek to become a king to my quarters We are of one mind :n Drussenhind?" "Who whispers it?" Is It not so? Knch one. of us holds bis "I kiiow not who started It. but life ns naught beside the safety of the heard It when I first entered the hall princess." I turned and went with Jasar today, and Lady Aldrlda had heard through t,he hall and along the maze it, for she said prying eyes might look of corridors which led to the secret Into even the princess' garden." She turned sharply as If expecting to entrance to the princess' apartment. find that we were being watched now The priest and I entered. "It Is well that you go tonight." she The princess was alone and rose to meet me. I would have knelt to kiss aid suddenly "You regret what you said last her hand, but she would not let me. "Perhaps, for your I raised her hand to my Hps as I stood night?" I asked lake. It would be well If I did not re- Instead. "It was bravely done, but why put .11 rn." "I do not regret. I have said you Iff your going for three days?" she .nust return." isked. 1 could not answer her, for Jasar "Arc you so anxious for me to bo entered. gone?" "All Is lu readiness, your highness." "Nay, but thrpe days Is n long time. "We will come. Leave us a mo Much may hnppvu in It." "I had almost tioped that much ment. You will depart by a secret way. Sir Verrall. by a door which might happen." I answered softly. She looked at me. and then her eyes opens Into the woods that touch the fell. I have ever understood that It is outer walls. The woods lie aloug the spur of the hill, so that you will pass a good sign with women. "You led me to hope so when we the camp unnoticed. Two good horses parted last night," I said. "I made a await you. and for the rest your wit confession which 1 shall never make must serve. Go warily, for my sake. to any other woman. 1 grant It might It may chance that It would be con- have angered you, yet It seemed not to venlent to return secretly; thero is the' key." do so." She gave me the key. and I slipped "Indeed. I was not angry." it Into the pouch at my waist "And now?" Her hand was In mine, and so wo "Now I think only of your safety, though I doubt whether you nre not stood looking into each other's eyes. "Will you believe mo when I say 1 going to greater danger In Yadasara. love you. and only you?" But three days give opportunity to Sho did not answer. your enemies. They could watch for "Once you angrily reclaimed tho you. You must not wait. You must handkerchief I thought you had given go tonight. Within your prlsou"-n- nd she pointed to the room where I had me. Will you give me your handker been nursed so tenderly "you will chief uow?" Must you have something for re find a peasant's dress. Your man O'Hynn says that so It will bo safest membrance?" "Not for remembrance, but when I for you to go. and I trust his wit. Jasar, send ono of the tunrds to at- return nnd show the token and mako tend tho knight Return quickly, Sir an humble petition you, perchance, Verrnll. for midnight will not bo long may grant it." In coining." Ilcr handkerchief wns in my baud. "Tho next time I petition it shall bo I was not long in returning to her dressed in my peasant's garb, but I for myself," l said. "I think" she began, nnd the ctnsp retained my sword. Jasur did not como back to tho princess with me. of our hands tightened, and her nrin The priest had quick understanding, touched mine, and her hair brushed my cheek. "I think I fear I shall for which I was duly thankful. "Sit by me," sho said. "I would not easily grant that request Go warily. let you go If thero wero any other Come, claim It quickly." Eye to eye. heart to heart, were wo way. Out tlicro is none, for tho door which leads to tho world beyond Is almost Ilcr fnce was raised to mine. I questioned her with a look, and bow a secret one." buo answered I hardly know. Out sho "Dut If I And tho key?" did answer, for my urms stole round "If It Is tho only way open, I" her and our lips met A warm glow "yea?" "You may usk mo ngaln If I will caino into her face, a lovellght into her eyes, almost a sob into her breath. come." "Do sure I shall not return to that It was a sweet surrender. It was a moment of delirious triumph for mc. other world alone." Sho Jet her hand rest lightly on my Then it was gone. Very gently alio arm, but I fancied tbcro was a soft disengaged herself from my embrace. "Now go," sho said. caross in It w "We will go nt once." snld the priest O'Ryan and I followed him from tho She smiled. room and down endless corridors and ' Is It strange, slnco you passages. "Porhnps. loved her first?" He led us n score of yards from tho "I never loved her. It was your secret door through the walls, and treatment of me that made mo seem there wns one of the princess' guards to. Your cold reception stung me. al- with two imrxes. We mounted nt though I had no right to expect any once. I raised my cap, and O'Ryan other, nnd when n man loves heggrows nnd I moved forward. We proceeddesperate. You cared nothing for mc. ed on the level for some distance and then the path dipped. It was a steep descent, and we had much work to keep our horses on their feet. Rut the trees gradually thinned, nnd presently we emerged from tin wood. O'Ryan stood for a few momenta taking Ids hearings. "Straight before us, Verrall." ho whispered "We'll put as much ground behind us as possible before dawn." "You know why I am golng'to Yadasara, I suppose?" snld presently. "Fnlth. because the other place has got too hot to hold you." "I still have a mission." "Tlie same one?" he asked. "Yes. I shall return and attempt to lead the princess' forces against Yada- CHAPTER XV. LEFT her No word could bo spoken after such n farewell. In mi outer room Jnsar and O'Ryan were waiting for me. wouldn't the messenger returns. trouble about the talo overmuch, for like ns not you'll never have a chauco of telling It." I ,the worm, was tno answer. Til scud forwnrd mid nsk at what hour he'll receive you." "That's courteous of you, but you Spaniards were ever that," said O'Ryan. Then he whispered to mc, "it's our best chnnce, and, .anyway, we'll enter the city somehow." He got off his horso nnd threw down his sword, I followed bis example. Wc crossed the bridge, surrounded by the soldiers, and entered the small building on the other side. "I'll send to the king, and you can rest here mid make tip your tnlo until "It Is not too nite tor your iiuijcs . to remember me favorably." "You were CnpMin O'Ryan whey you left Yndavnru." "1 was, your majesty." "You are still Captain O'Ryan. You have a ready tongue, but such tongues often tell more than the plain truth Your own loyalty wants proving, nnd your recruit's wants showing. Let tue trust you both, nnd, you, Captain O'Ryan, shall have ti6tlilng to complain of." And with n wave of his hand be dismissed lis. O'Ryan's lodging was In the lower part of the city. In a building abutting upon the walls. I lit .d Urldget before I snw her. "Who's there?" she shouted its we entered. "Dennis, me darlln'," was the answer. Bridget was a tall, largo boned wo. man, with big hands and feet, which Bhe gave the Impression of being rather proud of, for her short, tight fitting skirt showed off the one, nnd her sleeves, being rolled hnlfwoy up the arms, did not lessen the magnitude of the other. Her features were angular, her black hair tangled, and her eyes, which I ndmlt were fine, bad little gentleness In them. Of sentiment she could know nothing. She stood facing us, her hands on her hips. "You'vo come back, then?" "Yes," said O'Rynn meekly. I bad never henrd him speak like it before. "And what have you got to say for nnd asked some question, I could not hear the question nor the answer given, but In turning to speak he gavt me a better view of his face. Jt wa familiar to me, strangely familiar. I felt convinced thnt It wns not. In dasara that I had seen him. nnd If not it must have been In the service of the princess. No, be was not ono of the knights I had known there. Who was -- Ho pointed riu mr tun mell 10 OVertHKP apparently to the fortrw I r y sara." "And the treasure finding tomes afterward. I presume?" xnld O'Ryan. "Precisely." 1 1 1 1 . "It's a mighty pretty program, but doubt not it'll want some doing. we'll get Into the city somehow, but we shall not get out of It so easily. You'll not ti till Wiinien with keys to ' back doors there " At the first streak of dawn we stopped to rest the animals at a stream and found comfort In a drink of wlno from a flask O'Ryan had provided himself with. Presently, away on our right, I snw the great rock rising up in the light of the early morning. The suu rose higher. O'Ryan reined In hi" horse. We were hidden In the wood. "From here we'll mako straight for the bridge. See. It is yonder, nnd they keep n sharp watch. Ride leisurely. One thing more. Remember, you're not n knight youre Just a humble soldier of fortune, willing to serve the king for what pay he can afford to nm a promise you and. remember, captain In the king's army nnd a lit tle deference would be a good tiling. You might call me captain pretty often. You can very well do It in that dress, and the more Importance I can show the better for our enterprise nnd safety. Now come." I followed him nt a canter Jownrd the bridge. We pulled up half a dozen yards from the sentries who challenged us. "Where's the ciiptnln of your guard? I want to speak with him." said O'Ryan. "Have you n password?" "No. IIow Is it possible, when I have chiefly been spending my time In prison yonder? Do you know any one of the name of Dennis O'Ryan?" "Never" heard of him." I smiled the answer was so prompt. "So much for fame." said O'Ryan. "Call your captain and ask him." But the captain, hearing the alfer; cation, came out. followed by half n dozen troopers from a small building nt the other end of the bridge. The river wns not so wide nt this point ns It wns by the city. "What is it?" lie culled as he came. "Faith, here's two blockheads swearing they don't know Dennis O'Ryan You know Captain Dennis O'Ryan. him well enough If you're Costn. nnd you should be by your fnce." "O'Ryan!" he exclaimed. "Why. aren't .you dead? Everybody said yci were, so you ought to lie." "Everybody's wrong, though why I'm not dead is moro thnn I can tell. I'm from prison. They finished tho troop I set out with, but I've brought back a recruit who'll count for something. Rut let the story wait. I'll tell it to tho king." "Dismount and thrown down your arms and you can en ns the bildge." "You'll bring !.. t tlie km;;?" "I wou'.i. 1 ! "t vnur tile f !' 1 1 ' "And why not?" "The king may command your Immediate removal to tho fortress." "Then, by St. Patrick, I'll tell tho tnlo to you us wo go there." When Costn rdturned ho said to O'Ryan, "You arc to linvo a chance to fell your tnlo." We wero soon conducted to tho room where we were presented to the king. Ills majesty llsteucd to Costa's story of our coming to the capital. Then O'Rynii was permitted to tell his story. He wns questioned sometimes in a mirthful way, and tiipn severely, about ills service In behalf of the princess, nnd then questioned ubout Vasca nnd Ills valor, and nbout Vrisca's actions In ! behalf of .the princess. After nil this the king looked at mo and said to O'Rynu: "Stnnd back, sir, let mo look nt this new recruit." He motioned mo nnd I approached. "You wish to live, fellow?" "If It please your majesty," I answered. "1 usked your pleasure?" "I have never begged my life from nny ono who had tho power to tako , I yourself?" it." "Do you understand thnt this Is tho king?" said a courtier, angry at my answer, and evidently wishing; to secure bis master's favor. "1 do, my lord, and I remember that I am u man." "It seems we have two ready tongues near us," the king said, rather pleased at the discomfiture of his companion. "What is your name?" "Clinton,'.' I answered. "And your country?" "England." "They rear good men In England," said the king to those about him. "Captain O'Ryan says you have great strength." "I do not boast of it, your maJesty.'L "Do you think you nre us strong as I am?" ugainst yours." "That is spoken like a man. shall. Costa!" "Your majesty is seated it is dllii-cuto Judge." "Now." said the king, rising nnd squaring Ills shoulders. "Your majesty is well knit; but I should not fear to try my strength You lt The Spaniard came forward, bowing. "Stand stiff, man. Move, and I shall let you fail. You'll fall heavily enough." The king grasped him in the back with one hand nnd very steadily raised him above his head. lie held him there for a few moments and then, giving a cry to warn him, threw him forward. "Rravo. bravo!" said tho little knot of courtiers, and then they laughed, Do You Get Up With a Lame Back? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver and uiauucr remeuy, ue- cause of its remark-- I able health restoring L properties. 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When writiiigmeution reading this generous offer iu this paper and 6end your address to Dr. Kilmer i& Co., UotM l btuIUiL Uinchamton. N. Y. The regular fifty-cesize bottles are sold by and all druggists. Don't make any mistake but remember the name, Swamp-Roo- t, and the adDr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, dress, Einghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. Z 11 1 one-doll- washing restlessly. "Into the river?" I asked. "Yes. From many of these dungeons there Is such an exit. They lead into one big shaft which goes deep Into tho wnter under the rock." "And so out into the river?" "Sometimes. If the weight attached ft to the body to keep it down should Blip off the body might rise In the river. I heard of one case. If you should ' ever cease to be loyal make They friends with tho executioners. can bunglo their work nnd kill quickly." Only ono ambition had I to learn That the way out of Drusscnlnnd. evening In tho guardroom I brought the conversation round to tho subject with two or thrco of my comrades, carefully, of course, not to excite wonder. "Thero was the sound of wnter, 1 remember," said one. O'Ryan had said tho same. "It's a long story, Bridget," ho said suddenly. "Trust you for thnt." "You don't seem very pleased to see me," ho went on In nn injured tone. "I've been living chiefly In prison since I snw you last I looked for a good meal and then to telling you iny stdry." "Tell me first who Is this you have with you?" "lie Is one of the king's guards now. I brought him back with mo. I captured him." "That's a good beginning to a tale, Indeed. You could no more capture i in thnn you can make a fool of mc. Is he looking for a good meal too?" "If you please. Bridget" "Well, you can have what I've got. which isn't much. You're never done over your share of the providing. Dennis, but I've missed the little you did I'll Mind, you're not forgiven. do. feed you, and I'll hear your talo. If the talo doesn't please me. out you go. I'm going to have no more nonsense." After the meal came the tale. Tho king had been .satisfied with a little compared to what O'Ryan thought necessary to set Bridget's suspicions at rest. But he pleased her not the least by telling her how much he had talked of lier to me. This was one of the few truths the whole story bad contained, and I willingly indorsed it The following day I was Introduced to my comrades of the king's guard. It chanced that my duties took me to the fortress, and since Costa, with whom I hnd to do, had taken a liking to mo I saw' more than I should have done In an ordinary way. As Costa showed mo what he was pleased to term some of the things of Interest, I did not wonder that O'Rynn spoke of the fortress of Yadasara Hero were instruments With respect. of torture not on show not diabolical inventions of the past exhibited for the present to shudder at, but machines which had been used only a few days ago nud might bo used again tomorrow. Costn opened a heavy door, and n damp atmosphere met us. Ho took a key and, going to a slab in one corner of the floor, unlocked it nnd lifted the slab by a ring which was fastened in its center. "For dead men," he said, pointing down. A smooth slide went down at an angle, and as I bent over to look I could hear tho faint sound of water 1 lux- HE POINTED T11ES3. yi Tfl APrAUENTLY. the ron What hnd .ho como toho city for? In my restless state of ullnd his advent mnde me doubly anxious. I asked no questions; there wasTno need to, for the" news of tho stranger's arrival was already known. "You'll have an opportunity before long, Clinton, of repaying your enemies for putting you In prison," said he? one. "Oh! How so?" "A knight has Just come to the palace with news." "From the rebel camp? I saw him passing through tho streets. What news does he bring?" "You're In too great n hurry, Clinton. They say the king will not talk of business tonight, so tho news will not bo told until tomorrow. Who was tho knight? Did you know kl$n?" "No." Who was this knight who. coming from the princess' camp, was allowed to enter the city so freely? The net was closing iu upon us, and n sickly fear took hold of me.. To be Cort'nued cznoizz) o o o czhohzdUo BALL & MILLER (nl Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Ky cznorzu o o o (zzioezd : Hardinsburg, Slock Work OurSpecially Tho News' Job Rooms are4j prepnred to get out Tnn KINO STIUDILY KAISED 1113 HEAD. 11 1 M AHOVE Stock Bills, for Costa had not fallen on his feet. IIo picked himself up and was very reluctant to bo experimented upon by me. "Your majesty is strong," I said. Then I took tho Spaniard by the back and raised him slowly, as the king had done, but I did not throw him forward. "Keep still." I said, and slowly 1 lowered him to tho floor again. I thought the king was athlete enough lo know that this was by far tho most dlflicult part of tho feat. Tho courtiers wero silent but the king was more generous. "You nre stronger than I nm," he iiald. "Yon will servo me?" "I nm at your majesty's disposal." "Captain O'Ryan. I thank you for such a recruit. I will have him lu my bodyguard. You will seo that he U well cared for. Clinton, If your hjyul-t- y equals your strength you shall rise to honor." "Ib It your majesty's pleusuro that I look to the feeding and clothing of your new guard before I uua imprisoned in the fortress?" asked O'Ryuu. "I hud forgotten you." Sale Bills, "Running water?" "No. falling wnter." I remembered the wnterfall that poor Mustnpha and I hnd started out from Brnyle to seo. Could It have any Folders, Etc, on short notice. Wo hnvo a g3od.,lino of stock cuts. Mail orders given best of attention ' thing to do with the entrance to Drus senland? It was toward the evening of the wannext day that, being off duty, dered, towards the lower city In the direction of the northern gate. Thp sharp clatter of horses' hoofs upon the rough road suddenly disturbed my thoughts. I did not wish to attract attention, so stepped back Into the corner of a building. Coming up the street was n knight followed by two of the king's guards. lie was a mere stripling, bur ho set his chnrger well and mndo a bravo show in his glittering armor, no did not look a formidable opponent, and I could sot see a dint upon bin harness that sure tradeA carpet mark of past combats. knight, still ho wus young and pleasant to look upon, and I watched him as he caino without feeling any particular interest In him. He was almost level with mo when ho drew rein ifud 1 J, ft The Breckenridge Cloverport, Ky. News From Our Subscriber. Dear Mr Babbaee: Find inch one dollar as one year's tubscrlptioa the New9. We like here better tlu we expected, but oil Kentuckv HutS . just a I.. little bit better. Best wlshefefee' the News, .... . ' 818 N. 11th St., SprlnK6eld, u. UinUHHi 111. M n , k i . W . - ... jr .'Jtmim .... , linilifi tl'atfri mWt .z.L IMiSLS tJ rr-rM- , mm lawM m PI. Ooo ooo LATEST CHAPTER II THE CONFLICT I BETWEENCAPITAL Arreiii For Los Angeles Dynamiting Either Solve a Terrible Crime Ooo By JAMES A. EDGER.TON. AND LABOR FORCES , Or Else a Dastardly Plot Has Been Framed Up Against Innocent Men ooo Borts dicftnmn of tho Association of IntornntlonnI Bridgo nud Structural Iron jforKcra; 01 1113 urotncr, .1 nines u. aic- nmara. ana or urtio ij. .Mc.Mnnient .1. in Li nrrest or jonn secretnry-trensure- ra, r teres t becauso of the mntrnltudo of tho crime nnd Ilia nrnmliipnpn of one of the accused und Is of far greater as nno mnro chanter In tho struggle between capital nnd labor. Or- ucera 01 uie nuuunai ivrcciora usmwiii- tion and their partisans say that that la' but ono of a long scries of destruc tive explosions for which McNnmara ad his confederates are responsible. Representatives of union labor retort ;that tho whole case Is n "framcup" ennrt nnrl Tlrtff llirinn nml C ,iiuimi;;i im ii vim in f fir inn miti imiiiiiiirr 19 in wiiriiiwuit in r 11 i .nM ttfimnf nf nromnloil . ... ' . . .1 ttf Ann . rnnirni in . .. ...... 1 mrtrA filfl. 1 vamtrn in1fl7mi fnn iln f ci tn wn!t for McNoInara and his friends complain of the) manner of his arrest. They say ha had no chance to consult an attorney or protect Ills rights. lie had no opportunity to opposo extradition vns taken from his home to a llstant state without tlmo to nr- hls affairs or bid goodby to his 7. This is pointed out as a d fuf ther parallel to the amur. if tho case against aicamara h a good one, say tho labor men, why Moycr-IIaywoo- the evlqonce. cither physically or legally. How the Men Were Found. Burns discovered other things. For example, he picked his three men out of 00,000,000 people', which Is ns much harder thnn finding the proverbial In n haystack as feeling n flea Is easier than catching it. The original crime, the devious trails followed by the detectives all over the country, tho attempts to And where the dynamite was purchased nnd tho final discovery that it had been stolen from quarries at Bloomvlllo, O., tho shadowing of J. B. McNamara and McMitnl-gathe discovery that they visited J. J. McNamara In Indianapolis, the finding of largo quantities of tho explosive in barns at Tiffin, 0., and at Indianapolis nnd finally In tho basement of tho building in which Secretary McNama'rn had his office, tho comparison of tho clockwork and other devices found in Los Angeles with those used elsewhere nnd found In tho Indianapolis' basement, tho Unking up of tho evidence before nny nrrests wero made, the obtaining of advance requisitions, tho taking of the younger McNnmara and McManlgal to Chicago on a false chargo nnd their arrest there on tho rue one, the sensational arrest of the elder McNamara in Indianapolis and the Journey of tho closely guarded nee-dl- o l, with it is certain to bo blown up lion of McNnmara that make thoso of Harry Orchard look llko moro bad boy pranks In comparison. One former labor man with whom 1 recently talked held a rather startling Ho feared the view of the affair. chnrgo was true. Ills theory wns that "I would like lo guide tho union felt Itself whipped unless It suffering women to a sure adopted heroic measures. The struccure for female troubles," tural Iron workers are rough men, writes Mrs. R. Mercer, They havo to bo fearless of danger. of Frozen Camp, V. Va. to follow such n calling. They work "I liavc found no mednearly always In Imminent peril of icine equal to Cardui. I life, crawling llko spiders over tho framework of giant skyscrapers, standhad suffered for about ing on swinging beams at great heights four years. Would have above the earth nnd facing dangers headache for a week at a that would turn tho average man dizzy time, until I would be to think about. The motto of these nearly crazy. I took Carmen Is rather grewsome: "We never dui and now I never have die; wo are killed." According to this the headache any more." man's view, capital has frequently resorted to tho dynamiting of plants R 53 owned by rival concerns and has not hesitated to take llfo In the process. He cited several trusts in support of Take tho statement. He feared that McNamara may have been taking lessons from tho trusts. I give this view for what It Is worth- -it Is not my ow- nbut is sufficiently striking nnd plausible to be worth attention. pains from Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. TIME TABLE Corrected to Dec. i, 1010 H7 Diiy 145 Daily 143 "Sure Cure" E HI pally m 09 14 ()Hy f5 01 14 17 STATIONS LV . LOUISVILLE STKAWHKKMY IIISHOKK 9 21 pm 4 40 pm n 40 (4 &3 Ar 144 142 Dtlly Dally l)Hy 7 15 am 12 bpm r 40 pm ,11. f 12 W ft) H8 Diir rs rs 10 01 f fa ' fi ti fi 5 21 23 31 37 M (W f5 41 5 52 fi 0 10 no oi 10 13 9 2i f9 23 f9 30 ra 34 fv 40 4? ra 50 MEDOltA - STITKS. .. KATIIKVN WEST POINT HOWARD 42 31 x UtZl fl2 12 13 12 07 04 01 (7 08 (7 02 B 6 29 bltANDEMtUltU OLSTON.. IRVING TON WEHSTEU LODUUJKU MY.sTIO EKKON 1IAHTLW .... KOCK IIAVKN. . LONO IIKANCIi... .. .. . . fll&ftn M 5 48 h 41 fll fll fll 11 fll fll 50 43 37 29 21 M 64 frt 40 fO 41 III 33 tl 25 II II 43 0IS-02.- V frt 31 ftl 3i fio 10 ra 14 M5H '7 (10 27 fiO 37 10 41 flO 4'J no 50 11 00 13 ) II 05 I 10 55 flO 47 HO 38 10 08 01 51 CARDUI 0 :i tu frt 13 fit --M H 27 fll 32 ftt 40 II 45 (I 53 f" 03 13 tr 11 02 04 15 'M 7 SAMPLE STKPIIENSPUUT ADDISON IIOf.T UI.OVKltPOUT SHOPS r... . no 3i no 23 10 14 )n 15 f5 (5 43 31 (5 22 5 14 fiooo . 4 . 57 38 HO 01 9 55 f9 fi 4 10 (5 08 57 8 15 It 4i f7 21 37 45 U is Tho Woman's Tonfe which The many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardui for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try IL f7 M 7 59 H 05 s 14 M24 12 fll fit 37 49" .SKI I.I.MAN .. IIAWESVIM.E PETIUE A DA IK .. .. LEWISPOUT .... . WAITMAN. . 4 (9 25 (9 20 fy 8 U3t Utl 40' (TosT .4 30 (4 17 7 53 (7 (7 37 7 29 (7 23 7 15 (7 04 9 12 MAOEO 35 im Case. d The The similarity between the McNnmara case and that of Moyer nnd Haywood extends even to details. Gold miners nlrfo have hard and perilous work. McNamarn was whisked away to another state In much the same manner ns wore Moyer and Haywood. In each cns a prominent organization of capitalists was closely Identified In each promiwith the prosecution. nent labor union officials were among those accused, nnd. to make the parallel more striking still, n confederate, Hnrry Orchard, confessed In the case, just as McManlgal Is said to have confessed In this. The three prisoners in the Moyer-HaywooMoycr-IIaywood Moycr-Haywoo- 35 8 40 8 1210pm , OWENSIIOUO CONWAY MATTINUL-STANTjY DUTCH.. PATES. 58 (8 46 3 50 (8 MM" 3 45 .. . . 35" 15" (SiiT" (8 37 6' 34 N 43 fS S3 fS 57 .GRIFFITH .. ... .. W03 (1) 30 1 55 ' 40 am 1 10 f3 10 9 18 (9 24 II 42 10 15 1 1 1 05 3') - NEWMAN. .. REED HEALS SPOTTSVIM.E.. ... MA9KETT HENDERSON .. EVANSVILI.E-- 40 pm ST. LOUIS . 3 00 2 33 ,9 00 pm (8 23 (8 19 (8 It) (8 10 (8 04 (7 59 7 511 7 52 7 39 ' 10 am (3 28 (3 It (3 07 ti 3 ti 21 ti le 8 13 S 08 2 55 5 2 30 8 34 urn 55pni d case were these two principals, who were at the time president nnd secretary respectively of the ARAB MOUNTS "f " Stops on Signal. Where no time shown trains lkZnot stop. Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chir cirs between Louisville and St. Louis, Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville. Through Pullman sleeper between Louisville and St. Louts. No I4I will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport. No. I44 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passenzers from west of Cloverport. FORGAVALRY West Bound Second Cliiv Hartford Line Between Irvlngton and Pordsvllle FlrstClass 7 No. 1 Hast Bound Second Class No. 8 No. 10 No. 6 1'lrstCliiS' 18 lie War Department May Give No. 9 .MUed No. No. 112 STATIONS Them a Trial. .touch Tho Los Angeles Times office was blown up early In tho morning of Oct. 1, 1910. Moro than twenty persons lost their lives. The paper and General Ilarrlson Gray Otis, Us proprietor, immediately charged that tho crtmo had been committed by mem bers of union labor. For years tho Times had been making a flght for tho "open shop" nnd had Incurred tho enmity of the trado unions. Immense rewards were offered for tho perpetrators of the deed. Various stories came out to the effect that tho dyna-mlt- o to blow up the building had been convoyed In a boat, the namo of which had been changed; that three jnen were concerned In the matter, Trhlch three men wero given different names In the various accounts. As a proof of tho chargo that the explosion was caused by some Infernal machine the fact was cited that a bomb wns found in tho vicinity of General Otis' homo and nnother near tho house of tho secretary of the Commercial club, who had been supporting tho Times in its flght for the "open shop." unusual measures? Daly Krols't alur 1 Italljr ox-bu- n Vuss, Pass. Diilly ex-su- ex-- S 11 n Sund'v Only ( 8 ( S Dally n Krelif'l Dally t- ti 45pm 011 .815:im 8 30 8 55 0 20 tl 30 0 W 55 GROSS WITH THOROUGHBREDS That Is Is General Wood's Idea, and Hs 17 (7 20 7 23 s7 34 (111 hit 35 1110am 41! Lv.lKVINOTON.Ar HASIN Hi'KI.NU . (0 Mil 4!) fll s7 41 (7 50 (7 57 Negotiating With Spencer Bor den, a Breeder of Arabs America Far Behind Other Countries In This Respect. hS 10 8 19 (8 21 (8 30 (8 34 Union labor's Side. Against licse stories It was urged that tho explosion in the Times olllce was probably caused by defective gas mains and that the bombs found wero planted by the police and enemies of labor, who nnnounccd In advance that they expected to llnd an Infernal machine near tho home of General Otis; .furthermore, even If labor officials were so depraved ns to do this deed they would not have been such fools, since they must have known that tho previous fight between themselves nnd the Times wouiu suujecr. mem 10 suspicion. on foot, and Investigations wero immediately set the police and private detective agencies began work on the caso. An official finding declared that tho explosion wns caused by dynamlto nnd Implicated three men of the namo of Bryco, Schmidt nnd Kaplan. It is now clairaoii that "Hryco" Is an alias of J. B. McNamnra. Ono of the nrlvato detectives brought into tho caso was William J.' Burns, who became famous as a member of nnd tho government secret-servicerward helped to cinch tho Oregon land thieves nnd to expose Schmltz nnd Rucf In San Francisco. As a sleuth Bums has Sherlock Ilolmes looking llko a cheap Conau Doylo imitation. Ilolmes muy conio back, but Burns never goes away. Ho is always on tho Job. All tho things discovered by Burns will novcr bo known until tho trial is pulled off. Enough Is made public, howovor, to form n mighty Interesting tale. Tho newspapers havo been featuring it as a continued dctectlvo story, and putting It on tho front pngo at that. For 0110 tlitug, Burns located enough dynamlto to blow Pike's peak Into tho stuto of Texas. There was dynamite In tho basement of office buildings, dynumtto In old barns and ivnnmlto in suit cases. Why any ono should want to take tho stuff around n n fnl.ill till ft 111 till tl lltl Ifl llflVntlf! tho power of timid mortals to under-BtanA man stnnds somo sort of n chanco In an onllnnry railroad wreck, but not with n suit case full of dyna-mat- o in the other end of his sent. Besides, there is always tho chauco ol tubbing o;n's toe. stepping on a step that isn't there, treading on a banana peel or being violently bumped into by tho man lu a hurry. Dynamite Is a nervous proposition and U no lit uHseciato ror reunaa peo- ple. Sooner or later anybody that cone d. prisoners to Los Angeles, the counter nrrest of Burns nnd ills nssoelates for kidnaping nud tue rallying of the union labor forces to defend their comrades nil form a tale that would be Impossible in nny other ngo In tho world's history. Mr. Burns denies that he Is opposed to union labor nnd insists that ho ferreted out this crime exactly ns he would have followed up nny other, no Is sure his evldeneo Is so overwhelming Hint even labor leaders will be convinced by It nnd will bo the first to repudlato McNnmara nnd his associates as soon na the facts are brought out. McNamara a Man of Force. John J. McNamara. whom Bprns charges with being the head and brains of a country wldo conspiracy to blow up nonunion buildings and bridges nnd who is now under nrrest for participation In tho dynamiting of tho Los Angeles Times and In tho persons. killing of twenty-on- e Is a comparatively young man, who has homo n good name among his nssoelates. IIo started ns nn Ironworker, Joined tho union, wont up by leaps nnd bounds, has held his present high position for many years nnd wns In lino for tho presidency of his orgnnU zatlon. McNamnra has a strong nnd not unpleasant face, n good forehead, eyes wide apart, prominent fentures, aqulllno nose, thin Hps nnd n good chin, no looks llko a man or capacity nnd forco nnd lias anything but tho appearance of n criminal, nis younger brother, who Is charged with tho actual Wowing up of tho Times, has n weaker face. A formor bookkeeper of tho Ironworkers' union is reported to have said that It was tills younger .brother who planned tho dynamlto campaign and Inveigled John J. Into it. McManlgal, who Is not charged with direct participation in tho Times affair, but who Is accused of having caused a later explosion In Loa Angeles, is Bald to havo confessed to n eerie of crimes dono ut tho lnatipa Western Federation of Miners, and l'ettlbone, a member of the executive The board of tho same organization. crime charged was tho murder of for mer Governor Steunenberg of ldano Clarence S. Darrow of Chicago was the chief attorney for tho defense. After a long and exciting trlnl the ac cused were declared not guilty. Charles II. Moyer. who is still presl dent of the Western Fwlerntion of Miners, wns apparently struck by the startling resemblance between his own caso and tho present one, for on hear Ing that McNamara had been nrrest ed Moyer immediately said Hint he would nssess the 50,000 members of his organization $5 each and thus raise a quarter of a million dollars defense fund. Other organizations said they would help. Sumuel (Jompers, presl dent of tho American Federation of Labor, himself uuder a Jail sentence for contempt of court now being heard on nppeal before tho United States supremo court, denounced tho arrest, as a cousplra6y against organized labor and took steps to seo Hint tho accused men nro protected In their rights, President Itynn of tho structural Iron workers called Darrow and other at torneys Into consultation and Immedl ntely prepared to defend his fellow otllcial. In this struggle between organized capital and organized labor tho two antagonists are not tho only parties In Interest. Tho public is also vitally con cerned. Most of the persons killed in the Los Augeles nffttlr wero partisans of neither side. Tho public is now con fronted by two horns of n dilemma cither members of organized labor tiro guilty of crimes almost too moustrous to bo believed or members of orguu ized capital are trying to manufacture evidence on which to convict and exe cute innocent men. Ono conclusion Is almost ns disquieting as tho other. Tho struggle is growing moro intense with tho pnssngo of tho years and is assuming ugly and sinister aspects, What dot it forbodo? In Its nnxlety to develop better cav alry mounts for the army the war de partment Is considering giving a trial ood, to Arabs. General Leonard chief of tho general staff, is negotiat ing with Spencer Borden of Fall Klver, Mass., a breeder of Arabs. At the present time the American cavalry Is far behind the cavalry of the Furonean armies In tho matter of nnd Germany England, mounts. Priiiwo lmvo lonir tinlu close attention to tho breedlnir of cavalry horses, and especially mounts for olllcers. with the. result that their horses have reached practically perfection for the work asked of them. When the order came for tho troops to go to tho Texas border General Wood had to go into the market and purchase at high prices horses for many of the olllcers ordered to the maneuvers. The horse dealers of lr- gtnla nnd Maryland reaped n harvest as a result. In one Virginia town $1, 000 worth, of hunters wero sold at prices ranging from 9700 to 52,000 each. Tho army stud farm already has a good start with a couple of racing stal lions presented to tho government by August Belmont, but General Wood N anxious to see If an Intermingling of the American thoroughbred with the iVrab may not produce n good standard cavalry horse. The Ideal of tho American nrmy of ficers h the typo of cavalry horse used by English olllcers. This type Is close to the thoroughbred English hunter. which has no exnet parallel in this country. It is a bigger, stronger horse thnn tho racing type and much hardier In every way. To supply the army with such horses by purchase would mean nn enormous outlay. The animals would have to bo purchased from the country nt n minimum price of about $U00. (8 42 iS 4 8 55pm 9 58 10 13 10 25 10 43 10 53 11 00 111 10 I It 20 11 30 113,8 11 50 im sU 54 . l2 (12 (12 S12 0!pm 08 13 IIAltNKD .. JUNCTION HAHlUNKHUnU JUNCTION McQUAIiY GLEN DEAN DEMFSTEIt .. UOCKVAI.R -- OAKflKM) ( s .. ( lOlOim 1) 51 1000am II 35 !) 4 ( 3 15 l3im II 10 10 10 3: U 12 s 0 22 0 2ii u U 0J s 8 53 s 2 52 ( 2 37 s 2 30 ft lOo.n 50 31 15 8 4(1 2 15 10 10 10 01 11 ICIIiiC ( It 13 (8M . s 8 30 ( 8 30 ( 8 22 S s 2 03 ( 1 55 ( I 47 S S S 1 1 1 1 27 ... .. . M2 3l (12 40 (12 45 (12 50 (12 t0 00 3 30 Si AsKINS OAKS ELLJIITCII ... . KOKDSVILLE Ar EAKtVUTON Lv VAN. A NT 8 45 s 8 31 ( 33 f 8 27 f 8 24 ( 8 18 s 8 15im 5 43 s f ( ( ( s 8 10 8 05 8 00 7 54 7 50 7 45 7 35 7 30im ( ( ( 35 28 23 17 13 1 05 1 00 12 50pm 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 54 43 34 31 23 15 10 9 05 at HOUND WEST ti:ond Clus-- t 31 Between Dempster and Falls of Rouh. TlftlE TABLE Cl;is Clas, Clasi Clara 7Z 77 Zi This Time Table went! 27 26 24 25 Into effect Sunday. June Passenger Passenger 19, 1010, at 11:59 p m (Passenger Passenger Sunday Dully ExceIlt Dally KxL'e,,t EAST BOUND First First First Flrft Second Class 32 Mixed TZ Mixed Monday ' mffii:? Only 2i 48 1 1 Sunday 8 40 9 00 STATIONS DE I'STEU FALL- - Or UOL'OH Datly Except 8 35 8 15 I) lly Except 2 35 p m 12 15 ,v1in?i?' only 2 08 1 43 Sunday.' Sunday a m, am p ui iValWj pu nn i) ui 12 3ii u m p m 2 5tJ ) ui a um ni Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business 'i If you do yn Jf you are interestmuy find just what you need in this department. ed in any of the following proprieties write ua at once for owner v name and address. If none of these places suit you, write us at od telling us you you It and lw and yo us introduce you to the man who has what want are looking tor. We recommend and fair in price. want where thevery property tho following properties as being productiv. at oij for your property, together. and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of enabli buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick soit- - want cash Do You Want to Sell your farm or business? send price and description elf yo -- Jno. acres. 3K ralles north of Hard-W0- J HraudeuburR road. Well watered, plentv of timber for improvements, uuublu I.ox lioutu, binall stable Good rich laud. Hue for lljrley toI'or further luforma. bacco. Terms easy. Hon write Juo. I), luubaxe, Cloverport, Ky. D. Babbafv . CQrfV (17 incurs, near tlie We Do Neat Job Work Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people are now using watered : timber ou rural route ; school house few yards fron house; Improvements; Kood four room dwelling with kltcheu on back porch: two good turns; burn and tenent house and cistern back In the Held; meat and hen house; wood shod; will sellon easy payments; plenty of miinll fruit. Further particulars address J110. 1). IlabbaRe, Cloverport, Ky. CI Hi j)0,OUU 3 miles from Irvlimton; well lay s well ; good youns orchard j Rood 110 acres, U miles froai Guston. Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic Tho new toilet germicide powder to bo dissolved la water as needed. For all toilet and hygienic uses It Is hot f mid mare economical. To cleanse nud whiten tho teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay, To disinfect tho mouth, destroy dlscaso germs, and rmrlftf thn breath. To keep artificial teeth and 1t.iflrvtvtrlr nlrt.tn . I IfinrlPKS To removo nicotine from tho teeth and To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sponge bathing. The best antiseptic wash known. Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, inllamedeyes. Heals sorethroat,wounds and cuts. 35 and 00 cts. a box. druggists CO nnO 1'c iao agres four mllesjwest of pjUUis oiendeane, Smiles from branch railroad; all fresh laud; 100 acres lu cultivation; JO acres In urass; will produce the best corn, wheat und tobacco tn nelKhborhood; plenty lasting water, well at door of dwell- - Ins; lox dwelling, - rooms and side roo... pood stable ; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houi- 1'ienty of kooU timber for farm purpo-itoo- d fund to clear, l'rice fl.000 H cash. . FOR SALE A farm containing 250 acres 1 under fence. A nice cottage ct w ' 11 walled cellar 151 rooms, two cisterns, a store room over It. two gooi stock bar one tenant house; about 3"J0 apple aud pe 1 trees, also pears, quinces and apricots; m Including a all kinds of small fruits. S(W acres cle v vlnyard of choicest grapes; balance In woods, Hi acres In grass; sev e grovesof black locust sulllctent for post-wirthe whole farm tu. It lies near Ek' H.& St. L. It. It. ouLand easy payments. price Is iS,0t loug COU SALE-- A splendid stand for a drug raud physician lu a good townsurrouu by good, prosperous farmers. This Is ) the place for some young physician to Into a good practice and a good drug physician wants to r. Is the reason for selling. Kor further inr ulars address JNO. U. HAHHAOE, Clo port. Ky, 11 purify the breath after smoking. 3 I I fll RURAL TELEPHONES ruanagerof tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company aud havo him explain the special "Ijar-mor- s Liuo" rate. CUMBERLAND I TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated,) COMPANY or by mall postpaid. THE PAXTONTOII.ETCO.,Boston.Mam. Sample Free. I Mr. and Mrs. Vane Pate were Hiieita gleeful sport and makes him imol Mr, and Mrs. 9;nu Tun I last Sunday, patient of serious ad vico rattling, Decoration Day will be observed at playful, thoughtless you almost the Christian church Sunday, May 28. despair. But don't bo snappish "Bread baking success Is guaranteed and snarlish and make him feel If you use Lewisport BEST Flour". that you were disappointed in Io is your boy and you aro him. Resolutions Of Respect. to live in him. He bears your ville. name and is to send it on down tho Whereas, as God In his divine wislast Saturday. stream of time. Ho inhorits your dom has seen best to take from Sabbath A. D. Pulliam returned Mrs. Mrs. Xcwsom Gardner and sis brightest jewels, Adele one of last week from Evansville. ter, Mi.-- s Mary Smith, will go to fortune and fame and is tz trans- School Benton, itswe here wit .. offer the mit them to generations to come. Berry The District Sunday School Louisville this week. following resolutions: will convene hero at can not bo otherwise. A First: Though it is hard to give her Convention It Mrs. Albert Ashcraft, who has tho Methodist church on Saturday boon visiting her mother, Mrs. daughter divides your fortune, up, we as a Sunday School bow in sub May 27. Xannio Robertson, in Guston, has transmits less of your fanle and mission to Him who doeth all things Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wether- - returned. loses your name. A boy is moro well. ton and daughter, Louise, after Galloway nearly yourself than anything clso Second: We as a Sunday School will We will Sell, At Cost, The Following: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest spending several days of last week and two children left Saturday for strive harder to bring all little ones like can be. It is through your boy her into His fold. May God lay His in Lioitchiioiu, nave returned. a month's visit to Mrs. Galloway's you go down in history; through comforting hand on each wounded parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Head, Miss Lillian Smnlc, of Clover your boy you aro to livo in the heart, He alone can heal. nort. visited friends hero last at Evansvillo. Third: That a copy of these resolu to week. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Carlton, of future; by him j'ou arc act upon tton ne recoraea on our minutes; one is to come. Tho Young Pcoplo's Mission- Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. 11. the generation that be forwarded to tne bereaved family ary Society met on Saturday night Springgate, of Custer, wero tho It may bo diflicult to govern and that a copy be published in The at 8 o'clock for a business session. week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. him, but bo patient. IIo may Breckenridge News. Kobcrt Lyons presided. Inter- Mintcr. seem averse to everything useful Mrs. Glen Hardaway, esting features of tho work wero 20th Miss Louise Babbage, and good; but wait. No one can Sick headache results from n disord discussed, and many points wero Committee. will brought out leading to broader ered condition of the stomach, and can tell what is in a boy. IIor may be cured by the use of Chamberlain's surprise you somo day. nope. work for tho future. Misses Eliza NOTICE. Piggott, Julia Lyons, and Vir- Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try it Lot him g;ow. While his body sale by all dealers. ginia Calloway constitute a music For grows larger and stronger, his Notice is hereby given that the committee for future meetings. mental and moral nature may ex- Board of Trustees of the Cloverport Misses Carra D. Frakcs, Bessie BEWLEYV1LLE. pand and improve. Graded Common School, District No. 1, Arnold and Kendrick Jolly cona Educate your boy. You may Cloverport, Ky., will elect teachers for tho literary committee. stitute term, Tuesday evening, Next business meeting on Friday Levy Chappcl, of Concordia, is think money spent in that way is the 1011-kip district night boforo tho second Sunday in visiting Mrs. Unas. Anderson. money spent in vain; there is Z3ra, mi. tms assistants,employes a principal and five and each June. $9.Y9 James R. Drury, of Brandon-burg- , nothing in him; ho has no pride, teacher is required to hold a first class 13. McGlothlan, after Mrs. 11. spent Sunday with his fath- no aspiration. You don't know. certificate. Term nine months. Salar $15 spending tho past month in Mem er, C. H- - Drury. to $iuu per No one can tell what is in a boy. les pata range trom phis, Tcnn., with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bosworth, of Lexington, Besides, there may be an unkind- - month. Applications for positions will Bank Drury, returned home Satformer State Treasurer, and now led spark, and unfanned flame, a be received up to and including May urday. 23rd., and all will be carefully consider a candidate for State Auditor, Remember the County Sunday visited his cousin, Mrs. Charles smouldering fire, a latent energy, ed. School Convention at Ilardins-burg- , Drury, last week. Henry is a develop and direct and thus start J. W. Pate, Chairman; Juno 1 and 2. Marion Weatherholt, Secy, capital fellow, and we predict will your boy going with such energy bo our next State Auditor. Board of Trustees. cloverport, kv. & Mrs. D. H. Kinchcloe, of and determination that no power gave a recital io a large James Albright lost a line $200 on earth could stop him short of and appreciative audience in the mare Saturday. nor: BEWLEYVILLE. hoe DC Hon the topmost round in the ladder chapel of the school building last Overton Blanford, our Sunday of fame. Friday evening. Mrs. Kinchcloe School Superintendent, was abis too well known as an entertainer E. E. Hardaway, of Louisville, spent Sunto make any comment us to the sent from his post of duty Saturday and Sunday with his parents. A1ATTINGLY excellence of her work necessary. day, being on the sick list. R. J. Wathen Drury and Miss 'Marguerite The recital was given under the Cain filled his place. Stith were in Brandenburg last week. auspices of the Missionary Society Amos Skillman, formerly of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Frank, of HarMiss Bessie Cox leaves May 18th., for and dinsburg, visited her parents, Mr. and or tno ivietuouist cnurcu. jinj. Bewlovvillo neighborhood, Hark the handling of business by the Washington, D. C. Kinchclop was introduced by Mrs for the past thirty-onyears a Mrs. W. N. Pate, Sunday. Mrs. D: C. Heron entertained several Piggott. Mrs. Louis Jolly played resident of Dallas, Texas, has re FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Rodgers, of friends to dinner Sunday, May 14th. tho accompaniment m her usual turned to the old stamping-grounKirk, visited her aunt, Mrs. T. N. Irvington, Ky. Miss Susie Thomas Payne visited her happy stylo, bho also played de and is visiting his many friends in Brickey, Sunday. lightfully two numbers Schu this localitv. At present he is Mr. and Mrs. M. P. The facilities in all departments cannot be excelled and all Goff, of Tar Fork, Payne last week. Rev. (Jhas. mann's "Whims" and McDowell's with Mrs. D. C. Heron. customers are accorded tho most generous treatment which preached at the Pisgah church last Sun"Shadow Dance" which met with Miss Bevie Cain, who graduated at Clinton Dowell. who has been day at 11 o'clock. safe banking justifies. If We aim to serve each customer alike decidedly the heartiest encore of Scarritt Bible and Training school this lick for tho past twelve months, in all business matters and we give each the very best bank Albert Newman, who has been se- month, was sent as a missionary to the evening. For an encore she continues quite ill. service. lOur service means accommodation. Service in riously ill, is somewhat improved at this Mexico. gave "Butterfly" by Grieg. The matters of consequence and service in minor matters in everv financially' and Anthony Reezor, a prominent writing. affair was a success Mrs. detail. IfOur services are placed at your command whenever farmer and stock man of near The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. visiting Jule Bennett, who has been social by. her sister, Mrs. S. G. Shelley, you can use them. Saturday Geo. Browu was buried at the Keenau over Miss Louise Babbage, of Clo Rome, Ind., drove in Louisville, has returned home. fine saddle and harness grave-yar- d last Sunday. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier I Miss Eva with two verport, was the guest of W. C. Jolly and family spent Sunday mares and paid his respects to Mrs. Peyton Eskridge and son, Jesse, iUcuIothlan buturduy. at Irvington, the guests of Edwin H. "Bourke Cochran." of Tar Springs, visited her sister, airs. Jolly. Mrs. W. .1. Piggott left yesterPreston Foote, wife and baby, M. K. Hambletou, last Saturday. day for Vine Grove to attend the Minnie and Daisy Morris. They all reMr. and Mrs. Albert Stilwell, of of Big Spring, spent Sunday with Thos. Hawkins and daughter, Miss Several of our young people were enDistrict Conference. Mrs. Pig Miuor Pierce last ported a good time. tertained by Mrs. Walter Scott to din- diburg. visited Dr. P. V. Foote. Ida, were guests of his daughter, Mrs. ner Sunday. gott will be on the program, and week. Kirby Dowell and Owen Maysey visG. 0. Blanford has a pair of Oius Taut, Sutiday. she will be gone several days. Miss Bertha Fouchee visited Mrs. Mr. aud Mrs. Jas. Dejarnette visited ited in Tobinsport Suuday. old sired Miss Irene Brickey has returned from Gilbert Kasey last week. The Rev. Harry Maitland, of back maro mulesrecently by his mother at Glen Dean. Hubert Hall has gone to Louisville. turned Kirk. Ben, forwhich ho Pennsylvania, was the guest or down a cash oiler of $500. Mrs. Roy Payne and Miss Nannie S. J. Brown, ot Cloverport, visited Flora and Grace Maysey are visiting Little Miss Maud Ilambleton is vis- Hicks visited Mrs. Minor Payne last Jas. Dejarnette Sunday. Rev. and Miv. L. Iv. May on in Stephensport. smut, Mrs. Eruest Pate, at Thursday. Thursday. Ho was en route to Heavy, impure blond makes a muddy, iting her , Rev. J. V. Hughes, of Kingswood, Bread baking is guaranteed a success Glen Dean, where he is engaged pimply complexion, headache, nausea, Cloverport. Mrs. C. L. Beard and children visited preached a very entertaining sermon if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. in a series of meetings. Thin blood makes vou uirfiKtstioii. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pate aud grand- Miss Blanche Jolly last week. here Sunday. Several holiness people weak, pule, sickly. Burdcck Bluod Bitdaughter, Miss Mary Pate, of Clover-porMiss Willa Drury and Mr. Jas. ter makes tlie blood rich, red, pure Miss Bessie Foote spent the week end of Rome, Ind., attended. EDGAR ADKISS0N A Younger wont to Louisville Satur- restoies perfect health. and visitor, Miss Amanda Young, with Miss Essie Kendall. Mrs. Maggie Dowell, of Ainmous, is day to attend the Derby. came out last Suuday to visit their visiting Mrs. C. Maysey. SUBSCRIBER 32 YEARS. Bread baking success is guaranteed if daughter, Mrs. Alf Hawkins. you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. BIG SPRING Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mathews Mrs. Maggie Dowell and Mrs. C. Dear Mr. Babbage: I received your Miss Lula Brickey, after an extended and sister, Mis-- Letcher Mathews, Maysey went to Tar Springs Suuday to gentle reminder that my subscription visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. Mingus, and of Bardstown, and Mif-- Mabel be at the bedside of their mother who is was nearly out. Find enclosed one HOLT. McGlothlan, spent Monday in Gabe Meador was in Louisville last other relatives at Tar Fork, has returned very ill. dollar to pay my installhome. Brandenburg on a pleasure "trip. week attending the races. A number of this place attended the ment of a. life tenure on the News. Mrs. Sallie Gross .went to Hardins commencement at Kingswood last week Please change my address from Indian Mrs. Hanks, of Stephensport, while Will Miller spent several days last Mrs. Love and Miss Eva Payne daughter, Mrs. Nat Rob burg Saturday. visiting her Among those were: Mr. aud Mrs. Jas. Territory to Oklahoma. We are a full week with his wife and children. wero in Louisville last week. fledged State, not a little territory. Miss Eva Carrigan, of Guston, was tho gue.-- t of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Parks last week. Miss Laura Conlcy, of Cincin- Mrs. Chas. Beard and children. - .... !ii ti WHS HUM, win urrivo .i.r WCOK lO Ml" who haVe been visiting friends at tho guest of Mrs. Julius Sipplc. to Bcw evvi o. have returned Mrs, Hottio Maves, who has their home at Hardinsburg. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mus A crowd from here enjoyed an selman, hap returned to Louis all day outing at Dent's Bridge IRVINGTON. -- 1 LISTEN! SATURDAY, MAY 20 Ginghams, Flaxons, Batiste, Lawn 1 Percals, Linens, Calicos, Etc. Clf you are contemplating buying any of the above dress goods, be wise and come Saturday, May amply pay you for The savings you trouble. 13 complete, Stylish, Snappy line of Clothing made to "right now" Our line of can't be duplicated; also $12, and upward. "Better see us befone you buy CWe have FOR IVIEISf Alad-isonvill- o, Jas. J. Burke Co., Promptness and Accuracy :: o d grand-parent- s, La-Mr- s. t, j s thirty-secon- d Jim Moorman spent Saturday in Lou erts, last week was strickeu with paralysis, and is in a critical condition. isville. Clarence Browning spent several days last week at Constantine working on Mr. and Mrs. James Flood, of Har dinsburg, visited T. J. Flood Sunday. May, Dejarnette aud little daughter, Ladoslca Misses Mattie an J Susie Dlack, Yours respectfully, Edgar Adkisson. If you f the church. Mr. Borli, of Elizabethtown, was here to see Ben Ciarkson last week. Mrs. Claude Milburn, who was taken to Lakeland several months ago, was brought back dead Thursday and buried Friday at the High Plain church. John Carr, of Elizabethtown, was the guest of Miss Ada Meador last week. Several will attend District Confer ence now in session at Vine Grove. Mrs. King was sent as a delegate from this Sunday school. "Bread baking is guaranteeda success if you use the Lewlspott BEST Flour". WANT and W Largest PROMPT SERVICE Mail Order House in The South ACCURATE FILLING OF ORDERS I i ' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WANT to got. Send in Your Order at OnceIt Will be Filled in return Mail what you WANT try a x COMMENCEMENT BOOKS A . nice line of Commencement Books for Girl and Boy Graduates. Ooze, and Full Leather, some of which are: Beautifully Bound in Cloth Your Boy. Philadelphia Public Lediter. WANT ad. in the The Girl Graduate, price $2.50. You do not know what there is WANT columns of THE NEWS Bear with him; bo patient; wait. Feed him, clothe him, love him. Ho is a boy, and most boys are bad. You think him bo and fear ho is lightheaded as well. But remember ho calls you fathor. When ho played in your lap you fondly hoped ho would somo day bo a great and useful man. Now that ho has grown larger and his young blood drives him into in him. light-hearte- d My Commencement, price $1.39 School Fellow Days, price $1.00 and $1.75 fnmA Olir School Girl Days, price $1.75 My "High School Days, price $2.25 and $1.39 On ull purchases to tho amount of $5.00 or moro forwarding charges vill bo prepaid within 200 miles of Louisville. at ai!road PvnAtlCp! Owing to F?r08 Robttted ourTransfoc Desk, South End of Building. I IU LUUlMlllt; 5lf the success of now plan of Rebating Railroad Faros, CApclIbCl ' wo will continue same until July 1st. THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY.