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The Breckenridge news: September 6, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911090601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 6, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE VOL. XXXVI NEWS THAT'S Pl.T TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1911. TO THINK POLITICALLY Paes No. 9 IS You A HARD JOB HENDERSON ROUTES COCA-COLAS Had Glorious Meeting At Steph-enspoWednesday. Thurs- rt day And Friday. Convenes At Walnut Grove Next Year. LARGEST ATTENDANCE EVER The Breckenridge Baptist Association closed Friday after a splendid maeting at Stephensport. The program was opened Wednesday morning. The Rev. Mr. Shepherd delivered the opening sermon. All the churches, except New Hope, were represented and a large crowd of visitors were in attendance. An elegant basket dinner was served each day and Stephensport certainly showed her colors in entertaining the crowd. The Rev. Mr. J.J. Willett was elected moderator and W. C. Moorman clerk. The Rev. Mr. J. F. Winchell will preach the introductory sermon, the Rev. Mr. J. Duggin appointed alternate. The Association will convene next year at Walnut Grove church. The messengers from the different churches in attendance were as follows: Black Lick: J. D. Finley, Pies Fin-le- don't have to take what the other fellow says politically. Rend, think and act (or yourself. First it should he made the principles and next the individual candidate should appeal to the mind of the voter. Does ha stand for the things which you believe e for the heat interests of the State, and will he carry out those principles if elected. This should be measured Hartforl Reby the individual vjter publican. a-- NEWS ITEMS Teachers' Institute Wil! Be Held DEFEAT Four Days Last Of This Month Bridget Between Holt And Cport To Be Built By Bohler & Take Both Games Labor Day By Fast Playing. Morning Affair Contest BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roya I G ra pe C ream ofTa rtar NO ALUM , ROYAL Co. Best Of Season. LARGEST CROWD OF SEASON NO LIME PHOSPHATE OTHER LIVE PARAGRAPHS Mrs Dee MoGlfl returned to Louis ville Saturday, after a visit to rela- Miss Jennings Teaching. Jennings, one of the younger teachers who has held a position in the Cloverport Graded School, has opened the term at Hardin's School Miss House with a large attendance. Jenningf will be missed at the C. H. S, this year. Miss Eunice Mr. Robertson Busy C. Vic. Robertsou is at Pembroke this week. Judge at the county fair. Mr. Robertson has been busy for sev- eral weeks as judge at different fairs. His knowledge of stock and his inflexible honesty and absolute fairness make him a specially satisfactory judge. Next week he will be in Louisville as judge of saddle and light harJ. M. Craig, T. V. Robertson and ness horses. T. H. Moorman. Clover Creek: M. Shrewsberry, Rob- ert Hendrick, James Frank, N. W. Hendrick and Dennie Miller. Cloverport: Lee Wood, J. S. Armstrong, C. E. Ligtitfoot, Dr. Owen and VV. O. Willis. Corinth: J. M. Withers and B.M. Mil- SPECIAIJAYS Next Week At The State Fair In Louisville Greatest 11 Plans ler. Harned: J. K. Weatherford, Payne, and J.D. Duggin. Goshen: Alex Harper and Moorman. G W. W. C. Ever Made Will Materialize, September The special davs of Fair Week are Hardinsburg: C. W. Moorman, W. H recognized features and, as in the past, Bowman, Arthur Driskell and Mr. Osspecial attention has been given them borne. Lutes Run: J.H.Blythe and M. Haw this year. The full list as arrauged, kins. Irvington: S. T. Rice, H. 13. Head,, F. H. McGhee, Bate Washington and J. B. Herndon. McDaniel: A. T. Meador. New Bethel: C. J. Cox, W.M.Frank, S. T. DeJarnette and John Gibson. Stephensport: A H. Claycomb, G. M. Barkley, Sam Gilbert, Harvey English, Sr., Jno. Stiff and Rev. J. F. Winchell. Walnut Grove: H. T. Gksjn.H. W. Cashman, J. W. Keys, J H. Avitt, C W. Cart, Vester Bane and G. R. French. Bewleyville: J. M. Compton. Gartield: Geo. Snyder, A. J. Carman .and Minor Compton. Visitors: Rev. W. D. Powell, D. D. corresponding secretary, State Mission is as follows: Monday, September 11, Opening Educational School Children's Day. Tuesday. Mothers' Day Farmers' Day Good Roads Day. Wednesday, Governors' Day Indiana Day Louisville Day. Thursday. All Kentucky Day Press Day . Friday, Traveling Mens' Day Fraternal Day. Saturday, Sept. 16, Boosters' Day. A Name Dropped In Time Saves Many We have A Dime. Board. Rev. M. B. Adams, D. D., secretary, Argonaut. Baptist Educational Society of Kentucky. Thanksgiving Day. Rev. J. D Maddox, corresponding Aid Society. secretary, Minister's Rev. S.S. Sanders, representing the President Taft will designate Thursday, November HO, aj Thanksgiving Day Orphan s Home. Rev. C. F. Dame, North Eastern As- this year. It has always been the custom to fix the last Thursday iu the sociation of Indiana. T. F. Lyons, Perry County. Indiana month. This year there has been some doubt because November happened to Association. Rev. E. B. Gatling, Long Run Asso- include five instead of four Thursdays. The Wl;ite House has been besieged by ciation. Rev. E. B. English, Daviess County theatrical managers and those in charge of college tout ball games to settle this Association. Rev. H. J. Blackburn, Salem Asso- doubt so that definite arrangements could b.- made for the usual array of ciation. special performances and sports that Rev. R. M. Fan, Baptist World. mark the day. J. B. Hubbard, Western Recorder. - quite a number of names on subscription list that are not paid. cir We don't like to stop anyone's paper, but will be compelled to unless their paid. Fordsville subscriptions are Press Invited. The Sure A Crime American Tobacco Company Col. W. B. Haldeman, president of has been charged with a good many Kentucky Press Association, is in re- crime but the worst by far is the inceipt of an invitation from Wiley L. fliction of the deadly cigarette on huMorgan, chairman of the press com- manity . Rockport Journal. mittee, to Appalachian Exposition at Knoxville, Tenn.. September lltojO, inclusive, and through Col. Haldeman Fall Styles For Men In Danville. the invitation is extended to ..II the members of the Kentucky Press AsThe tall styles of clothing lor men sociation. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. in this city. The approhave Monday the Hen lerson Koutes ugaiii showed their clns- - as .111 iiggregaliotl of b taking two games from tives. the f ist Coca- Cola trnni, of Owensboro. Mrs. Blanche Reid returned Friday Truh, Lhi r Day w is a da of joy for from a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. J. evety member of the local teihn and all I'iggott, of Irvington. Cloverpnrt fns who witnessed the Mr. and Mrs. J H. Pile are at home double victory. after spending the summer in WashMORNING GAMK ington City. Only a small ctowd was in attendance Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin, of at the mottling contest. It WM a slow, Mo , arrived Monday to visit Mr uninteresting and poorly plaed game, and Mrs John Alexander, of Hardins- The Henderson Routes rapped the pill burg. and later to go to Custer and to all corners of the lot and won easily, other points. II to Z. I'urrow's twirling was a feature. Supt. Dr iskell was in Irvington last He caused eleven Ci C Cola hatsmeu to split the sunshine. week superintending the joint R H.E. The score: colored Institute, which M IS 2 was instructed by G. W. Adams, of Cloverport. ...0 08 0040(1 ! 7 00 0 0 0 0 2 0 Cloverport, a graduate of the State Owensboro Battel ies Furrow and Wilson Staples School, for the colored, at Frankfort. S:ott and Daniels Two Il.se Hits-Le- wis. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls spent the Stolen liases O'Brien, Graham, week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Jje Tient, Class, Connor B, Rises on Balls Off of Custer. Furrow 1, off Staples 1. Struck Out Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Massie and fam- By Furrow 11, by Staples 3. Time of ily returned to Louisville Thursday-afte- Game 4 hours. Cuipire Polk. pleasantly summering in Har AFTF.RNOON GAMK dinsburg of the largest crowds that" ha One Misses Delia Winchell and Nina ever gathered at West Bud Park was on Weatherholt have returned to their hard for the second exhibition. The homes at Tobinsport. aud the weather was ideal lor base-baMrs. J. H. Withers; Misses Hallie game was by far the fastest and snapBrown, Clara Whitworth, Judith and piest that has been played here this Virginia Beard attended Miss Over- season . Manager Freeman chose Clyde ton's recital at Irvington. fame, to officiate 011 Hull, of spit-baMrs. Tom Curtis and attractive little the mound aud ent "Stogie'' Lyons daughter, of Glendeane were guests b thud the bat to receive bun, while relied upon Daniels to the Coca-Colof Mrs. Gus Shellman Friday. do the heavy work with Scott behind Clint Hook and daughter. Flora, w io the bat are visiting here from Redlands, Cal., h Hall w.s hit for nine binspent Sunday at Clendeane, the quests thetu we sc,Uered and he k of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mattingly. , lac , whh the Mfh rhp ncrf.-r-t sunoort vivet) be Dull d out of is Sunt. Driskell work iinnn rl Drograin for the county Teacher's In- several h les wheu it si e ltd t a', tne stitute which convenes here Sept. L'V W, popular beverage men were certain to ionieU McHenry Rhodes, Supervisor of High score. After the first Schools, will be here one day. Other ed- twirled supe; b ball . ucational notables will be present. Thi Railro d Boys got busy 111 the first inning and oy bunching hits scored Mrs. M. II. Beard and son, Murray, annexed another run and Miss Mary Franklin Heard return a ttio of runs oud "Dopes" came back iu the touith. The today lrom a visit of several weeks at strong iu the PCO)d and scoied twite Herndon, Va. were out. Tne bottle go ids after t At a called session of the Fiscal Court men also sent runners across the bouie which met Sept. I, with all mem ers plate in the fourth and fif.h present except Squire Jno. N. Akers, tying the score. of Irvington, W. J. Hall was authorized Things remained in this shape until to buy coal for county purposes, not ex- the uinth with both sides woiking like ceeding $150 worth. Tne Attica Bridge bumble bets in a field of clover blossoms Co., of Indiana were awarded the con- In their half of the ninth the visitors tract for constructing a 100 ft. iron crowded the sacks and came near br.dge across Town creek near Clover- counting, but near was all. port for SI46"). The bridge heretofore Wheu the Henderson Routes came to contracted for with the Vincennes bat in the ninth they had to do or die. Uridge Co., to be erected over Town This dtehe way they did it. Gibson creek was ordered to be put over Bull w.- - out, Daniels to Feldmau. Giaham creek. Bohler & Co., of Cloverport, singled. Lewis, the famous piuch hitter, were awarded the contract for con- - batted for Tucker and connected w.th struct ing the abutments for both the second ball thrown for a sm shiug bridges drive to left. ''Penny" romped to tnirri. Hall put a stop to his owu game with a Miss Calla Pile, of Mook, a Kings-- ' neat saci trice. wood graduate, left last week for Geor R. H.E. The score: gia wnert sue nas accepter a position Cloveaport 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -5 93 00J 4 0 as teacher in a High School. Oweusboro liatteties Hll and Lyonr; Daniels "Bread baking ouccess is guaranteed Two-Bas- e Hits Lyddan, if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour." end Scott. Lyons, Carr, Hoyd J. Hasts on Halls Ssold by J. H. Gardner. Off Hall 4, off Daniels I. Struck Out-UHall 7, by Daniels B. Wild 1'it.ii Mr. Murray III. Hall Double l'lay Connor. Time empire Polk. 1:41 ball-tot-se- ts Ca-boo- l, de 02 ; r Williams, in Pewee Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Tony McCoy, of Louisville, and Mis. J. A. Woolridire. of Paducah. are the iriiests .f Mr. G. L. Br..dy and Mrs. Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Jo,n burkle, of Memphis, Tenn., have returned after a stav with Mr and Mrs. Jno. Avitt at Basin Springs. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Matthe (M were host and hostess Thursday evening at a dinner given in honor of their tUtefl Miss Letcher Matthews, of Hardstown. Mr. and Mrs Paul Pflager and babv left last Sunday for Chicago. Cotton Mills To Resume. Miss Letcher Matthews, of Bards- town, left Monday for Hodgensvdle. Kvansville papers report that the Messrs. Jje Piggott, James Cunning Lincoln Cotton Mills, of that city, will ham, Hubert Lyons and John Walter resume operation Monday, Sept. I. Jolly will leave September 15 for Lexington to attend the State University. LEWIS DEAfi Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. dav after a visit to Mrs. Chas. Fritz. Special Train, Cloverport Mi s Virginia Calloway has returned To Louisville September 14. after a visit to her cousin. Miss Ethel For the accommodation of its patrors living at stations where the early morning train is not schedu.ed to stop, the II run a special L. H. & St L. R'y., train from Cloverport to Louisville and return, making all intermediate stops, Thursday, September II. on account of ALL KENTUCKY DAY AND I'RESS DAY at the Kentucky State Fair. The train will leave Cloverport six o'clock a. tit Keturnuig, it will leave Louisville six o'clock p m. litS. Dies Nearly Old. Mother Of Well-Know- n Family In ll Owensbor- o- Was Eighty Five Years SPECIALJRAIN Cloverport ll as jC ii Mrs L'n W. Lewis died iu Owensboro last T.iu sday afternoon. Funeral Return. Thursday. Sept. 14 services and burial were held at Glen On Account Kentucky Day At Dean Saturday. She would have been M years old Kentucky State Fair. Louisof next month. She the twenty-seconville leaves the following children: .Mrs. B unett, W. W. Lewis, Ed Lewis. Mrs. B J. Williams, Mrs. Bennie Callowav Special trtia will leave Cloverport an.l the Rev. Mr. J.T. Lewis, of FordsSept. I at 'i a. in., returning, leave ville Lrjisville at 6 p. m. same day. $.00 round trip. d I Intermediate Stations To Louisville And And Quails Worth $5 Each To The Farmer, Found Dead Adxisson Kobertson, age 6'i yeitt, was found dead about ? p. m. M jnday. His death was caused from heart faiU The quail 19 the greatest dastroyer of insects known. He rids the Held of worms and bugs that devastate the crops; he is the farmer's fri nd, and, being the friend of the farmer, he is the friend of the people of the towns and cities, for the people of the towns and cities must depend upon the farmers of the nation for everything food, clothing and life. IF THE QUAIL IS THE FAKMEK'.S FRI EM D THE WATCH DOW IN FIELDS OF OR A N WHY SHOULD HE BE SLAUGHTERED? It has Deen estimated oy Government experts tnat a single partridge is wortli ft each season to the country. Is it worth that much to the man who kills it? LaK'je County Herald. CUSTENrME Are Anxious For Pike From Ir- vington Pledge Their Inter4 est ing At The Good Roads Meet Saturday IRVINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tilfurd will return this week from Dawson Springs and Fordsville. Mrs. Charlie Chamberlain Thursday from the East. I- it 1 010 ret rued Miss Nellie Smith has returned from Hardiusburg. Miss Grace Schottenfels, returned to Louisville Monday after spending the summer with Miss Mary Heron Mrs. Bailev Waller, who has been visitiug her sister, Mrs. Jno. R.. Wimp, returned to her home in Hopkinsville Saturday. She was accompanied by her little neice, Miss Katharine Wimp, who will be her guest for two weeks. Mr. and nw arrived priate color for fruit growers this year will be an orange brown, while uviaturs More Road Improvements will appear in sky blue Herges and hash slingers will wear pepper and salt. The Henderson Route is white coat- Pugulists, as usual, will garb theming all their cattle peu and fences at selves in the conventional black and blue. Danville Messenger. their stations. Word has been received here of the illness of David Murray, Jr., manager Rev. Mr. Lusk And Family of the passenger department at the Kvansville station. His friends here Spent Few Days Here. hope that he has recovered. The Rev. Mr. Lusk and Mrs. Lusk and sons, Messrs. Paul and Frank Lusk, Murders His Reputation. arrived here from Elizabethtown Wednesday enroute to Rayville, La , where Any business is mure respectable he has received a call to the Baptist The young men have been than what it termed loafing. A young church. man had better sell clam by the pail- enjoying several trips squirrel hunting ful than hang around public resorts, with their uncle, Sam Keith. Mr Lusk preached at the Baptist murdering time and his own reputa Hon. church in this city Sunday. I'niontown Telegram 7 Mrs. Albert Ashcraft are in their new home in Maple Ave. Mrs. Walter Morris and friend, Mrs. Will Kyler, returned to Hawesville Fri- - the last five miles of the pike. Following the A B. Nichols colt show which was held at Custer Saturday afternoon, Sept --': a most enthusiastic good roads meeting was held. Between three and four hundred interested men, women and children were present and gave earnest attention to th address delivered. The Caster people are anxious to see the construction of this pike begun and are looking forward to its completion as an inducement to Grayson county to take up the work and complete a cross country highway connecting Irvington and Leitchlield. The subscription fund at this meeting was augmented by the names of many substantial men who pledge their support to the cause. There is no more picturesque section of the state than this portion through which this proposed route extends and with its completion to Leitchlield the automobtlWt will find a vast lie Id of pleasure opened The citizeus of the Custer community will do their part having pledged themselves to build v" f R, For Sale at Public Auction, Friday, Sept. 8th, to the Highest Bidder 5 Shares First State Bank Stock S ML JOLLY Irvington, Ky. D, W. HENRY, Auctioneer NHHiVHw'' j 'X? t tjv- - riw wo WW r t k- - wa t HAND EMBROIDERED PARASOLS Clavar Women May Duplicate Expan siva Shop Modele. Tlint the pnrnsol must match the gown Is no Idle dictum this tiensnn. for the purnsnl do carry out the tone of costume: nlso Its stylo of decoration If posslhle. Embroideries piny so Impor tnnt a part In the ornamentation of the summer frock that one sees many pnrnsols carrying out this Iden. French knots, nut line embroidery or closely worked patterns In satin stitch are not c w Bom 1 r PUBLIC SALE! Farms at Your Own Price was compelled to postpone the sale ofmy land and residence on the 25th of August. Have now set the date of sale for On account of rain I mru wi wmpnoi I J W. PUE 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. hand DtaaotsBan pahasoi. unusual. The one In Saturday, September 9th near Kingswood, also my reThis sidence in HardinsburR. Have also add.'d in this sale all my work stock consisting of 7 head of males; 2 large horses; 2 large mares, each with a fine mare mule c lt; sjme sow? and pigs ; about 33 hsad of cattle; all my farm implements and and household and kitchen furniture. I have divided the land into four tracts containing from 70 to 100 acres and each tract is nicely shapad up for a farm home. Sale will bsgin at the farm at o'clock a. m. After disposing of everything t lere, th; sale will hi moved ti Hardinsburg and the residence and contents disposed of. sale includes all of my land the picture Is ?2 ,3 13 worked in colors upon the dull surfaced silk, the wreaths being em broldered In different shades of one color. The woman who Is clever with her needle can decorate her own parasol and tfaOS dapHcatV some of the expensive creations sold in the shops. particularly elaborate, the basket Estimates on Application ldh MrasfL AaBAaaaA AAAA tfA from Kin?iv))i in which is loThis land is only a half-mil- e cated Kingswo)d College, anJ will haveth; newpublic school bjildin? locate! on the Ian 1 or fait across the road. It is miles frrffl R. R. station. only one and one-haTerms of sale will be liberal and will be announced before sale begins. In addition to the above the herd of Jersey cittle shvn by P. M. Beard at the Breckinridge County Fair will be offered for sale. My address lf THE FLOWER GARDEN. Building Material Let us have a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. 0 C. L. BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . .. .Shorthand Bookkeeping. .Typeivritiiiff. Civil Service. .( ommercial law. . . Itapiil Calculation. IVnrnniisliip. Plana For an Artiatic Arrangement of Beda and Flowera. It is just as important for tbe woman who would benutify her home to consider where to plant as what to plant. round lied, Never plant flowers In riant in long beds in front of shrubbery where the flowers will hnve n background of green foliage, riant the (all flowers at the back, especially those with brilliant colors, like cannas, hollyhocks anil the like. Instead of n big (MM bed in the center of the lawn string the cannas out two or three plants deep In front of tall shrubbery, Plant preferably back in the yard. smaller and more delicate flowers near the front and put some sweet scented varieties near the porch nnd the windows of the living room. Little triangular bods in the sharp corners of the walks are good unless you already have roues planted there. Above nil. watch the color scheme nnd do not put clashing colore together. Do not plant flowers at all unless you are prepared to take care of them. Starved, sick, discontented flowers cry our for help to every passerby. If you will consider carefully the questions of suitable soil and proper fertilizer and choose varieties which fit your location you can have a flower garden which will richly repay every hour's attention that you give to it. 11 West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky ... , . .Commercial Geography. Reading- - GIVING A SMOKER. . . . . Arithmetic. .. . . . ...Hanking, Commerce. . . Spoiling. . Knglisb. . . .Grammar. Name A (Id re .Punctuation. .Use of AiMinj; Machine ami other office devices. Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensb orb, Ky. A 1.1 Tribute to Garrick's Acting. i Notice to Taxpayers If you want to save the penalty and cost, please meet me or one of my deputies at the following places on said dates: VanZant, September 20 M 21 Rockvale, 44 22 Glen Dean 44 23 McDanicIa The State has forced me to settle and penm will have to force you. The 6 per cent I Ml I alty goes on December I, I A rich neighbor, a uoai to visit Loudon, lliis brother insisted ou his tnkltig a letter of Introduction to the actor. Not uIO able to Mkl up his mlud to visit the (trwl mini tje first day. the grocer went to the play In the evening mid siiw (JnrricU in "Abel T)rugger.'' On bis return to the country the brother eagerly inquired respecting the visii lie tad eeii so anxious to bring nboijl "Why. Mr. Uarriek," said the good iuhu. "I am sorry to hurt your feeliugs. lull there's your letter I did not choose 10 deliver it. I happened to see til when be ilid not know me. and I saw thai he was such a dirty, low lived fellow Himi I did not like to have anything to do with him." um-biii UMrrtrk bad 1 nimirv wim wii s tin idolatrous lie ndmir-- dis icaHM ti'ncr. brim Suggestions For an Evening Entertainment For the Men Folk. Women should remember that the me:: of the family sometimes like to in their men friends at their en home. If a man smokes a smoker will be n form of entertainment which to him. For the invitations have crossed pipM on one corner of the note paper, with tiny playing cards scattered over the front page. Do these in black and white or water colors. Stale day. hour and write "smoker" In lower left hand corner. As for decorations, the fewer the better. Men do not care for elaborate fixings. Have a red carnation for each one. For refreshments here Is what one man said be liked: Grilled sausage, potato salad, lettuce sandwiches, pickles, cheese, coffee, individual pies and doughnuts rather a substantial layout, but men. as a rule, do not care for frills and "a la's." ei-is SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER The Breckenridge News Louisville Evening Post Send Subscription to &4 'Iff From now until after the November Election. The Breckenridge INews, :: Cloverport, Ky. JUSTIFIED CONFESSION This bar.k wants your business we confess it. Gn the other hand, we know we are justified in asking your patronage. It is not always the biggest bank that gives you the strongest protection or the service The STRENGTH of a bank depends as much upon its MANAOEMENT as upon its CAPITAL. And the details of its management fall largely upon its directors. The directors of this bank It is their business to direct the affairs of the are large stockholders. bank, making personal examinations of its business, thereby having accurate knowledge at all times of its affairs, and safeguarding the interest if everv depositor MATTHIAS MILLER. President W. K BARNES. Vice President l Cough Cure. An old fashioned remedy for a cold und cough which is simple, cheap and cnVacious may be made as follows: Sleep S cents' worth of horehound in a quart of water aud boil it down to a plDt. l'ut un to boil a pint of best Now Orleans molasses. When it begins to bubble strain the horehound in fusiian into the liijl.issos und Cook down to the consistency of a thick sirup. Bottle) and keep In 11 cold place. I')se A.s much as you want when you begin to cough. It Is pleasant to the tuste ad harmless. J. D. SHAW. Cashier Z. C. HENDRICk, Asst Cashier Allen R. Kincheloe, Alvin N. Skillman. DIRECTORS J. W Guthrie, Huston Alexander A, C. Glasscock J. W. Teaff Dr. Wm. L. Milner THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. 111 i Yours respectfully, Denrvie at-I Sheern t Where Licorica Grows. Od the banks ot the Tigris and the Euphrates the licorice plaut is chielly grown. These great river flow through fiat, treeless prairies of uncultivated For and nearly uutubahiied Inud. three mouths of the year hot winds blow, and the leniperature reaches KM decrees. For six months of the year Hie uliuiale Is moderate and salubrious, tnd tor three mouths bleak and wintry, Ibe thermometer going dowu to 30 legrees at night Cleaning Gold. Plain u.ild ornaments should Im washed oi omlonally in warm soapsuds to which a few drops of sal volatile have been added. In the case of chains or bracelet) made of close links, which are liable 10 harbor dust, au excellent plan is to place them to soak In a bottle which is half full of warm soap suds uilxo'l with a little prepared chalk. Leave 1'ieiu for a few hours. I ben shake he hot lie vigorously. Pour off the lather, rinse the Jewelry In cold water and dry as thoroughly as I J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN SON Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. m BOARS AND BUCKS . 412.00 each; . Hampshire Urn-I15 l'olaiiii China li each; uUo lVlle t Mi ham- - and (jilts, ull ages. W. R. MOORMAN & ijsla.CU Something In the Filling. "Do you know you can tell a man's disposition by bis teeth .'" asked tbe girl wbo believes in signs, bumps and palm reading "Uow interesting!" said her companion, who did not believe In anything. "Then Jack must have a golden A He l SON. Glen Dean, Ky. truth, but wUiti poor "ulKtitute for the oiher is tbere? Preventing Mutt Silver tea and coffee pots that have been laid aside often have a disagreeable, musty smell. To prevent this before putting tbe pot awn wash thoroughly lu hot water to which a lump of soda has been added and wave lu eurreut of air or near a Ore 10 dry. Then plac in the teapot a lump of sugar, for this will prevent the uit becoming musty when not lu use 11 SUBSCRIBE NOW and keep In touch with the Political Situation ENGAGING Point SERVANTS. THE FORTUNE HUNTER At AGE In NO BAR Cloverport Is El fl 0mm thrin," to Bear in Mind Whin tnta. vitwlng Maid. "Onn of tlie ronsons why xonit- mjfc nn continually chimelng mnlfl Is thnt (hey do not jrlve tho girls n fair ldn of whnt will N MpWtBl from - Macauley's Theatre During Everybody Week-M- ail igible. Fair State Orders For Tickets Given Attention. Free Railroad Trips To Louisville Beginning1 al ;i womnn roomily. "I havp In mind run- mii h mistress, who Is constantly cBStujing hor parlor maid. Now, the fnrt nf the mutter In that she expect her parlor mold to art ns lady's timid also, but he never says so when Interviewing a plrl. "The applleaut In not told that looking after her nilstrens' wnrdrohe, upon her at her toilet, mending and doing up her laee, etc., will be lnrluded In her ditle. "A girl taking thin situation who really wtabea to do her parlor work efficiently finds she has not the time to do It In, and she naturally soon dissatisfied and gives notice or else she does her parlor work badly because she Is so hurried over It, and then her mistress -- not reasonably, of course Is dissatisfied and soon finds herself on the hunt ngnlti In search of the not to !o found person who will do two people's work properly for one At the request of Mr John T. Macau ley, manager of Macaulev's theatre, the booking offices' of Messrs. Klaw Erlanger have sect their strongest comedy company to Louisville for State Fair week. Messrs. Cohan and Harris were prevailed upon to send "The Fortune Hunter" to Louisville, week beginning Monday evening, September Besides being a comedy, "The 11th. Fortune Hunter" also teaches a fine lesson in commercialism and is an ex cellent example to the shiftless business man who constantly complains of "bad business." As a point of interest this theatre is particularly attractive to its out of town patrons, being of ea-- access to all car v salary. Is far fairer when engaging a maid to be perfectly candid as to what her wor will be. The above rase Is, "It of course, an extreme one, but MB It painting of is this rort of thing-t- he situation In colors that are too glowing which causes frequent changes In many kKn Beholds. The maids are not during the engagement of "The Forgiven a fair idea of the work they will tune Hunter will be Ms, 5rc, 75c, $1, be ZpflOted to do. and natural!; when box seats. And that It is a much 11.50 and fS.00 for they attire and harder place than they were led to Rillous? Feel heavy after diunei ? Tonexpect pjoy become dissatisfied. gue coated? Hitter taste? Complexion "It is far better. If necessary, to In- sallow? Liver needs waking up. Dohii's terview a dozen servants until you find Regulets cure bilious attsi ks. 2." cents one wil'llig and competent to undertake th work required than to de- at any drug store. scribe tfto situation you offer in temptFOOTBALL IS DANGEROUS. ing tercfi, engage a girl who doesn't In the least know what the place Is really like, have a period of domestic .f You Don't Think So Try to otrt Game In Turkey. friction tnd then have a look for another. It is, or was until recently, a difficult "For instance, If there are many ntatter to ba I sportsman in Turkey. stairs In your house It Is wise to tell One I'.oy tried it. with a rethe app leant so. If she Is not strong sult weird enough to serve as a basis she will. If she Is wise, at once refuse for a detective story of a comic opera. the situtfflou. for stairs are very trying The young Turk bad organized a In such i case. This is far better than football team among his friends, toat the nnd of a week to hear, '1 am gether with some Greeks and Armesorry, ron'am, hut I can't stand the nians, and began praiticlng. Not very stairs nod would like to leave when long after, in the middle of the night, my month is up.' police came to his house and carried "Then some people will say, 'Oh, we him off to Scutari. There he was subare onlj two in the family, so it Is a mitted to a long interrogation as to fc Iter-hu- lines and depots, and one is assured of quick return home after the performance. Matinees will be given on Wednesday and Saturday for this engagement. Mail oroers with remittance and stamped envelope will receive prompt attention. Out of town visitors should book their seats well in advance to secure desirable reservations. Prices Old people stooped with String, Mobile age, roningei Bel fighting. Youth protetting impatient Ij ; CMMrei , unable to explain; All in tatty fintii their kidneys. Only a little BM ka he first, t omes mhen von catch a cold Or when you strain the buck. Many cninplicatinns follow. 1'iinsiy disorders, diabetes, Hright's disease limui's Kidnry l'ill are for sick kidneys. , Are endorsed by thoussnds. Mrs. Ann K. Hitman, filo. Crittenden St, Owens'oio, Ky,,ays: "My son, aged sixteen years, was ttouhltd by i nit kidneys for some time. He was compelled to pass the kidney secretions toa frequently, which whs indetd very annoying to bim. We read cf Dcau's Kirinry Pills and deciding to give them atiial, we procured a box. They removed the difficulty entirely and our hoy is now in good health. " Price 50 For sale by all dealers. , Foster-Milburce'-.tsCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Stutes. Remember the name Doan's and take t,o ot her. n n the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your F'all Merchandise to advantage September I, and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: trip ticket from your home to Louis-villWhen you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales sales checks, which are given you with each pur chase, at once, to the Credit Desk, first floor, South end of the building, and we will refund in cash, 5 per cent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railURCH A5E a round e. p road fare. Who Can Beat This? C. J. Cox raised a crop of rye on his place " at New Bethel, which measured feet. 3 inches. He say this is the highest he ever saw raised, and wants Special Notice to Charge Customers Refund made only in cash at time purchase; refund cannot be credited and at the time of the settlement of the account. Market St. to know who can beat it. H nts For Housekeepers. can ustv and blackened knives a 'aw potato dipped in brick To c and Fourth Ave use lin f IBACONasoNS INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky dust. e ii brass kettle for COOfe Do rot lag Dstll it is thoroughly cleaned srtth salt io:d vt nvar. Tumblers wbirh bare contained milk shonM first be rinsed '" roM water wnshli c in hot water. NeVT pal nient directly on the ice. but always on I plate, as direct cont.V Ice will destroy Its la tact vor. Granite wan should not bo left t" dry over a hot tire, as the heat in expanding m.ty cause the outside to scale. Fish, len.ons and cheese or BBJ strongly flavored food should not be placed in tie same compartment with milk and t litter. When B)ater!al is being dyed it should be ttlmd well This allows the dye to penetrate to all parts alike, thus prod lie lug an even shade. To take out dye stains from the hands use c prnmeal. pumice stone or fine sand or a little chloride of lime Many stains can be re in water. or lemon juice. moved with vim-gahe-far - very light place.' "They apparently do not think It necessary Ct mention that they have re lays of tlsltors who are as mocB trouble as II large family would be, but they am surprised when, in spite of. it being :t light place, the servants will '" MY the club and the game of football. The authorities were convinced that they had found a great plot and that the club must be a secret society. A special inesaaiigar was sent for the ball, and that was duly examined and found to be an infernal machine. The " not stay rules of the game were considered to be another piece of damning evidence, s usual ly treated, a sprained ankle a man for three or four and still WOrsa were the sweaters and will disable colors of (be club. wetlis, but l;y applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely as toon as the injurv is After long deliberation the culprit received , and observing the diiections was sent to the higher police author! with each bottle, a cure can be effected ties In Stamboul. who went through a in from two to four days. For sale by all second long examination and came to dealers. the conclusion that the empire bad been saved from disintegration by the A Talking Match. early discovery of a great plot. They When one entertains lit the vtnlag dispatched the whole matter to be Intalking or afternoon a pronressive "Generally debilitated for years. Had quired into at the sultan's palace at match is an excellent method of setyildiz, and a special commission took gicx headachef, lacked ambition, was ting one's guests acquainted with jue n. Burdock worn-ou- t and all tun-dobearing '' the mattet in hand. Slips are another. After much careful thought aud ex Blood Hitters made me a well woman. " list of topics on which tee guests are amlnatiou of the evidence of the crime Mrs. Chas. Freitcy, Moosup, Conn. to converse, two by ;vo. between the it was decided that there might not When the entire signals of a ball. nothing it. but that it must not party has circulated a ballot is pre- be committedin again. Harper's Weekly. The Power of Prayer. by each, giving his opinion as be pared present. to the best talk "I have a world of confidence in 'No," said the lawyer, 'I shan't Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for I have press your claim against that man; you used it with perfect success," writes can get some one else to take the case, Mrs. M.I. basford, Poolesville, Md. For or you can withdraw it, just as you sale by all dealers. v ru-'t'd Kentucky State Fadr 'twas going to be very hard for them to go out homele-- s in their old age, especially with poor mother so sick and helpless, and oh! how different it all might have been if only one of the bovs had been spared. Then his voice kind of broke, and a thin, white hand stole fiom under the coverlid and moved softly over his snowy hair. Then he went on to repeat that notning could be so sharp again as the parting with those three sons unless mother and he should be separated. But at last he fell to comforting himself with the fact that the dear Lord knew that it was thru no fault of his own that mother and he were threatened with the loss of their dear little home, which meant beggary a place thev prayand the alms-housed to be delivered from entering, If it should be consistent with God's will And then he quoted a multitude of promises concerning the safety of thoe In who put their trust in the Lord fact, it was the most thrillir g plea to which I ever listened. Anil at last he prayed for God's blessing on those who were about to demand justice.'' The lawyer then continued, more lowly than ever: "And I believe I'd rather go to myself than to the poor-hous- e stain my heart and hands with the blood of such a prosecution as that." "Little afiaid to defeat the old man's Of course e SpeciaJ Attra.ctior in Louisville rollCZZZJOElfC NOTICE! Oi D The Irvington College will open its second school year September II, 1911. Four departments will be maintained: Preparatory; Normal, Collegiate and Husical. The college has been able to procure the service of a lady who is graduatedfrom Chicago University. She is able to give the very best insrtuc-tion- s that can be had. Those who intend to take a preparatory or a college course will do well to give us your consideration Good private board can be had for $3.00 and $3.50 per week. Address all communications to H. R. KIRK, DAUGHTER WAS CURED By Lydia E. PinkhanVs Compound Vegetable Baltimore, Md. "I send you hereof my fifteen year old with the picture please.'' "Think there isn't any money in it?" UNWRITTEN "There would probably be some little Promised That money in it, but it would come from Stories Planned and the sale of the little house that the man Never Saw the Light. republishes u paper by occupies nnd calls his "home". But I The Bookman Trofessor tVnindor Matthews entitled don't want to meddle with the matter, "Unwritten Honks" that was lust anyhow. " printed ninny years tgO, ProfSSaOf "Got frightened out of it, eh?" Matthews IfMtkl of the projected "Not at all." books and plays that never SAW the "I suppose likely the fellow begged read, like bills in BOOKS. light and have been congress, by title only. Moliere planned a comedy under the title "IBomme de Oour," which was Nothing is to be his masterpiece. known of it today. Richard Brlnsley Sheridan Intended to write a follower to "The School For Scandal" and "The Rivals." The subject was "AITecta tlon." It never went beyond a few random notes. For yean the paper seven of every new book that Victor Hugo Issued con Untied to unimuneo us soon to lie pub lished a romance out it ltd "La Quan-- l USUI I Wins " Many post humous volumes nf the Preach poet's wilting In prose and verse have been sent forth by his literary exeehtors, but of this oddly entitled Met Ion nothing has been beard. In lS'i'2 Alphonse Datidct an volume of shor noum ed as in press I'eutameron." called -i stories in The BOOh remained unpublished ami apparently unwritten. The younger Minnas bus left on record tin n v thai one reference to a comedy to be called "La Route de Thebe. planned before I riiuclllou," but never glveu to the public. ! ' l- prayer, eh?" "Bless your soul, man, you couldn't defeat it!" said the lawyer. "I tell you he left it all subject to the will of God; but he claimed that we were told to make known our desires unto God; but of all the pleadings I ever heard that beat all! You see, I was taught that kind of thing myself in my childhood,! And why was I sent to hear that prayer? I'm sure 1 don't know, but I hand the case over." "I wish," said the client, twisting uneasily, you hadn't told me about t he old fellow's nraver." "Why so?" "Well, because I want the money the place would bring; but I was taught the Bible straight enough when I was a youngster, and I'd hate to run counttr 1 wish VOH to t.lat you tell me about. hadn't heard a word about it, and another time I wouldn't listen to petitions not intended for my ears." The lawyer smiled. "My dear fellow." he said, "you are wrong again. It was intended for my ears, aud yours, toe; ind God Almighty intended it. My old mother used to slug about God's moving in a mysterious way, I remember." "Well, my mother used to sing it. too," said the claiment, as he twisted; the claim papers in his lingers. "You can call in the morning, if you like, and tell "mother and him" the claim has been met " "In a mysterious way," added the lawyer smiling. From W. 11. French's scrap book. 0 30E or W. J. PIG00TT, Sec. DC 30C & Treas H 30C DC o hard to be let oft?" ' "Well, ves, he did." "And you caved in, likely?" K2X ill. was Ml.!1. I resioreu health by Lydia E. riiikluiins WM pale, liii' MI' ' V ... . . wllil .... iu vegeui-bl- e ir. .....!. ,1.1.. ommended, and after takingthree hot. m.w.n. ties she has regameuI iier reoommend it can to your medicine. " Mrs L A. for all female troubles OoBKKAN, 1108 Sickness, but she grew worse all tho tin... f vi lb l I'ink- was rt'C- i ', i. Compound' She with dark circlet under her eves, weak and irri table. 1 wciiiiuirenii doc tori treated Kmc and called it Qreen ltutlaud btreet, lialti-mor- e, Md. Hundreds of such letters from mothers expressing their gratitude for what ydia K. Pnihain's Vegetable has accomplished for them have Seen received by the Lydia E. i'inkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. (tn-iMJun1 d Young Girls, Heed This Advice. backache, or irregular periods, sensations, faint, Indigestion, should Uke fng sitells or The Ruling Passion. Immediate action and be restored to is a Reporter tat front doori-Tbby Lydia E. l'inkham's Veg health Compound. Thousands have been rumor that Mr. (ireatmuu baa Just table died, la this true? Butler Yes, bui restored to health by its use. lMukbaiu, Lynn, be has nothing to say for publication to Mrs. one year 3 5- Qirla who are troubled with painful $3.50 and Breckenridge Louisville Evening Post News ere Write rjLaas., for advice, iree. -- Life. shed a few tears." "And the old fellow begged you hard, you say?" "No, I didn't say so; he didn't speak a word to me?" "Well, may I respectfully inquire whom he did address in your hearing?" 'God Almighty " "Ah, he took to psaving, did he?" "Not for inv benetit in the least. You see. I found the little house easily enough, and knocked at the outer door, which stood ajar, but nobody heard me, so I stepped into the little hall and saw thru the crack of a door a coiy sitting room, and there on the bed, with her silver head high on the pillows, was an old lady who looked for all the world just as my mother did the last time 1 ever saw her on earth. Well, I was on the point of knocking, when she said: father, now begin; I'm all "Come, ready. " And down cin his knees by htr side went an old, white haired man, still older than his wife, I should judge, and I couldn't have knocked then for the life of me. Well, he began: First, he reminded God they were still bis submissive children, mother and he, and no mallei what he taw fit to bring upon ihem they shouldn't rebel at his will "Yes." "What in creation did you do?" I "I believe The Aftermath spendthrift israther unpleasant. It usually means poverty to the man who throws his money away wastefully. of being a Better let us take care of it for you in the vaults of this bank We pay interest on timedeposits. FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY n THE' BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BADBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO. Issued hivery Wednesday. r. EIGHT PAGES. you take them off; Clean out your comb and brush right after using; Don't leave water In the wash bowl; Get up Keep top on powder box; smiling! ooo Dress patterns last longer when they are cut of cotton Instead of paper. Strayed! I A matured feinnln Collio dog with Sable head, whiio collar and dark Sablo body. Liberal reward for her re- turn. Signed M OLD HICKORY $iJ5l H aBMIIHPVMHHHMHMMiM BBMMMBBHVHMHHHH M 1 Sufferers who say they hve tried ev erythlnx without benefit are the people CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1911 we are looking for. "Ve want them to CIIAS. II. DRURY, lrvlnKt.n. Ky know from glad experience that Ely's Cream Balm will conquer Cold in the Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. Head, Hay Fever, and obstinate forms BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and 5 cents for each ad- ol Naal Catarrh, This rtuiedy acts di ditional insertion. recily on the inflamed, sensitive mem COMMISSIONERS SALE. over five lines charged for at the rate of brants. Cleansing, scothingand healing. CARDS OF THANKS of Its healOn3 trill will convince you 10 cents per lino. ing power. Price 50c. All druggists, or Breckenridgc Circuit Ctkrt, Kentucky. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren St., J. W. Trent, et. nl. Plaintiff, 1 Equity New York. V !n advance. Against No. Clyde Kasey, et at. Defendent, J n.')U0. it is not correct please Examine tho label on your paper. By virture of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, notify us. rendered at May Term thereof, 1011, in IN CLOVERPORT SOCIETY trie above cause, for the sale ot tho hereinafter described Real Estate and fellows in this country, in fact in You can find many all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer door in for sale at county, who arc willing to go to Alaska to dovelopo tho coal Miss Mayme Wimp entertained at Hardinsburc.the Court House to the hlchest bidder, at mines or to the far Western states to perfect agricultuie, but they her home near Sutherland, Friday in Public Auction, on Monday the 25th honor of her thirteenth birthday Those day of September, t9ll; at one o'clock never think of the opportunities thnt lie in their own home-lanP. M., (being County exception to all rules. We ran across a man the other present were: Misses Emma Lewis, Court d or), thereabout of six months, There ate Opal Newton, Vitula Burnett, of tne followingupon n credit property, t: described day who has an idea there is work of that kind on his own farm. Brown's Valley, Lillie Hix, Nancy and A tract of land lying and being in of nice, level land, but it was coveted with sassafras Myrtle Hargan, Virgie May He has 12 acres field, Breckenridne County, Kentucky, and is bushes. He decided it would pay to get rid of them. Ho employed Mayme Wimp, Alma Turner, Edith known as TRACT NUMBER THREE, and beginning at a pile of stone in old a man with a root puller and he is clearing tho field of busies and Reeves, Carrie Belle, Florence, Viola, road, H. W. Scott's line; thence with roots, going right to the bottom of the trouble. Ho got $1.50 a day and Gladys Wimp; Messrs Emmett his line S. 18, W 8 poles to Seott's & Flower's corner 2 post oaks, thence Field, Floyd and Turner Wimp, for hislabor including his horse. From 12 acres he got 100,000 lin and Humphrey Yewell, Paul Frank- with Flower's line W 125 poles to two Turndead jack oaks, with rocks piled around pounds of sa.xsafras roots, and his land improved 50 per cent. er, Gilbert and Baxter Wimp, Mr. and in Flower's line, Carters Corner; is what wo call developing our homo soil. There is much Mr3. John Wimp and baby. David Hen- them with his and Carman's line N 53 This thence Breckenridgc county. Roots and stumps ry, Mr. and Mrs. of this work to be done in Willie Wimp and W. I92 poles to two sand stones piled fields to be reclaimed. Wo could baby, J. R., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hix, one un the other, Carman's corner; to bo cleared out and old run-dow- n thence N. 22, E. 63 poles to a pile of not want a better foundation to build on; all we need is efiicicnoy and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Sattsman and baby, stone In J. H. Minters line; thence with Golda. Music was played by Mrs Har- J. H. and H. E. Minters line,due 70 to get down to business. vey Hix and Mr. Emmett Field. Games poles to a stone on the East side of a large basin, H. E. Minters & A. B. were played and enjoyed by all. Kaseys corner; thence witn the division Senator McCreary's speech at Bowling Green Monday shows line of A. B. Kasey & H. E. Minter S. 000 in him if he is old as some claim. It was a OS E. 137 poles to the Beginning, that he has some ginger Friday evening the members of the Containing 135 acres, more or less. Out atatement of facts that exist, with nothing radiplain, conservative Cloverport Boat Club took a party of of this is reserved K acre for burving Beginning at a stone guests to The Rocks whore an ground, He fifty-onin it. No claims for the impossible in state government". cal marked "N, E." corner to Ithe lot; elaborate luncheon with hot coffee was thence S. 7 W. 23 poles to a stone does not talk for bumcomb or play to the ignorance or prejudices of served at 6:30 o'clock. The boats that marked "S" in Kasey & Carman's line the people. He is a man of principles and convictions and a safe and fleeted up the river were: The Laura thence N. 57 W. 38 poles to a stone, marked "K." In said line, thence S. SO, sane man for the head of this great Commonwealth of Kentucky. May, David M., The Nancy and The h. 35 poles to the beginning. Mary Jane. The hosts and hostesses Purchaser, with approved There is no dopbf, in our mind now but that Kentucky will go Demo- were: Mr. and Mrs. William Pate, Mr. securities must execute bond,surety or bearing cratic with )H' ld time majorities. Every Democrat in Kentucky and Mrs. Fred Fraize, Mr. and Mrs. legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of Ira Behen, Mr. and Mrs. Randall, Mr. a Judgment. should read this speech. It will do your Democratic soul good. Lein retained to secure and Mrs. David Phelps. payment of purchase money. Bidders The crowd got home at 9 o'clock and will be prspar?d to comply promptly The man who has capital and wants to become a. benefactor to a the cruise home by moonlight was with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner, town, should build fifteen or twenty convenient cottages in Cloverport. beautiful, I By Carrie L.. Walls, Deputy. they would rent in a night. A numIf they were practically built 660 house-keepin- g aro exceedber of families boarding and doing light The young society men of Cloverport COMMISSIONERS' houses. We wish Cloverport could be made intq & SALE ingly anxious for gave a dance in the Riverview Pavilenough homes, electric lights, water works and with ion model town with Thursday night. It was largely atCow-heto Eastland. paved side walks from tended by visitors from Tobinsportand Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. other places. The music was furnished Patrick Teaff's Adrm.,Pla'n-- , Equity did a good work wliOn he cut the weeds down by home talent. vs. Hubert Moorman 'No. 3253 Patrick TealT's Heirs, Deft week. Mr. Jake Miller tells us that behind the English Kitchen last 000 By virture of a judgement and order he did it voluntarily, wus neither paid nor told .to do it. We believe Mrs. Robert Pierce gave a dinner at of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court hold of the weeds in his path and Rose HU1 Thursday at October term thereof, 1911, in honor of Miss rendered there i a future for him who takes in the above cause, for the sale of the Persistent personal efforts made bj u young Addie Merriwether Falrleigh. hereinafter described real estate, and gets rid of the rubbish. alljcosts herein, I shall proceed to offer man makes his work worth something and makes himself important 000 door in for sale at the court-housto his town. Misses Josie and Annie Raitt gave a Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, dinner at their home in Second Street day of September, 1011, at onethe 2oth o'clock, The News calls attention to the District meetings to bo held next on the East Side Wednesday in honor of p. m., or thereabout (being County Saturday for the purpose of attending tho County Convention, which Mrs. Edward English, who returned to Court day,) upon a credit of six and following described her home near Franklin, Tenn., Fri- twelve months, the A is to select a candidate to make the race for the Legislature. This is day. property certain track or parcel of land, lying and being in a matter in which all Democrats are interested, and thero should be Breckenridge county, Kentucky, and 000 u good representation from every section of tho county. bounded as follows: Beglningatastone Several friends and the members of in the Kincheloe line, one pole south of the younger set gave Miss Claudia Wat a black oak, thenre down a branch N. Ben M. Miller said the most unusal thing in tobacco growing he son Pate a reception Wednesday eve- 79, E. 22 poles to a sassafras; thence has ever known, occurred in his crop this year. He noticed 'how ning before her departure for Nicker-so- n, S. 07, E. 10 poles to a sugar tree ;t hen S. 71, E. 8'j' poles to a mulberry; Kansas, where she will enter ce rapidly the plants were growing and measured one. It grow 2$ inthence S. 8.'), E. 20 poles to a small college. Miss Pate was given a number hickory, thence N. 50, E. 6 poles to a ches in one night and has kept it up. of pretty "going-away- " gifts and many small hickory; thence N. 7I, E 10 poles to a small locust; thence N. 11, E 8 wishes for good luck followed her. wide-awak- e Breckenridgc county has been to a small persimmon; thence N 80, E. this last week with 11 poles to a double beech; thence N. tho Baptist Association atStephensport, Drury's Colt Show at Irving-ton- , 60, E. 0 poles to a hickory; thence N. Passes Suddenly Good Roads meeting at Custer, political speaking and two baseSO, E. 3O poles to a sycamore; thence hickory. thenCe E. 8 poles to ball games in Cloverport Monday. Away Yesterday. N. 04, E. II poles to a small sycamore; N. 47, a N. 0, W. 10 poles to two beechTuesday morning, August 20, Mr. thence es on the creek; thence up said creek D. II. Severs treated us Monday to a gallon of tho best sorghum James W. Isom was found in the sleep S. 33J4, E 10 poles; S. 11, E. I9 poles; molasses wo have ever tasted. Ho is making a success of his farm of death at the home of his son In the S. 32, E. 22 poles; S. 48 E. 3O poles, S. northwestern part of the city. Mr. 3O, E. 14 poles to the mouth of a large and, no doubt, will do equally as woll in his raco for State up the branch 76, branch; Isom, though in feeble health was up 12 poles;thence W. 20 poles; S.S. 41, W. S. 50, W. and around on Monday and went to bed 26 poles; S. 06, W. 10 poles: S. 21. W. the 10 poles; S. 57 W. 12 poles; S. 20, W. The Evening Star, of Washington, D. C, had a cartoon and a as usual at his regular hour. Inposi- 12 poles; S. 44, W. S poles; S. 40. W. morning he was fpund at rest in a lengthy article about Representative Ben Johnson's ride in the army tion that death came to him without a 10 poles; S. 60, W. 6 poles; S. 52, W. 8 poles; N. 75, W. 5 poles; S. 42, W. aeroplane. struggle. 4 poles; S. 23 W. 4 poles; S. 32, W. He was born in Hancock county, 3 poles; S. 50, W. 16 poles; N. 54. W. (i poles; N. So, W. 8 poles; S 82, W. Kentucky, October 31,1832,and was just 6 poles; N. 47&.W.30 poles; N. 2j, W. rounding out his seventy-nintyear. 8 poles; N. 20, W. 8 poles; N. 10, W. I.ITTI.1: STOKIKS WHITTKN He was a pleasant, christian gentleman 8 poles; N. 8, W. 4 poles; N. 37, W. ot the old school and will be missed by 21 poles; N. 15 W 8 poles; X. 57, W. 12 poles; to an ash; thence N. 8, E. family and friends. 80 poles to the begbning, containing I4O He was married October 16, 1856, to acres by survey. There is excected nv 1.0UISK Miss Mary A. Reynolds, Four children from this boundry a road way 3O feet remain as the fruit of this marriage: wide on the entire West end of said Mr. Jas. F. Isom, of Durant, Okla.; land. The purchaser, with approved securities, must execute bond, The new fall suits are now being thought of individuals and frequently Mr. David Isom, of Assomption, 111.; surety orlegal Interest from the day of bearing tailoring Mores has dresses made for special ordere. Mrs. Anna Rice, of Durant, and Mrs. sale until paid, and having the force opened in the high-clas- s and effect of a judgment in Louisville. Last Tuesday we were There are six thousand dress factories Mary Norvel, of Kemp, Okla. Leln resecure of purchase in ftesteu & Langen's and saw them In New York, many of them making He was buried in the cemetery this tained to Bidders payment prepared to will be money. open their many beautiful dresses for just one style of suit, afternoon. comply promply with these terms the coming season. Velvets in the The funeral services were conducted Lee Wall Commissioner. o 0,0 deepest rich colors are shown in the White serge hats tor little boys and by Rev. J. W. Mo'seley of the Presbyevening and house dresses. Long girls are the smartest things shown in terian church. sleeves are tho newest, although short the children's department The sorrowing children have the of the large sleeves still hold their own. sympathy in their sorrow. Durant shops. Mr. Besten has been in the business On the solicitation of several friends Democrat. and atter consulting with a good many of buying and selling women's clothing 000 Democrats of the county, I have conTwo sisters in Cloverport, who have Notice To Correspondents for more than twenty years. He said cluded to announce myself as a candithat the styles caused him much been having not an eisy time trying to date And Readers. ridge for Representative of Breckenanxiety for often they change in a keep their room neat and orderly have county in the Lower House of the night. This last spring and summer he lately adopted a plan that Is working On account of Monday being Labor next General Assembly of Kentucky, bought 1000 dresses and has not an arm- like a charm. They have a' bulletin Day and being observed by the News subject to the action of tho Democratic party of Breckenridge county in conful left. About five voile dresses were board and nearly every day up goes force, it was Impossible to get all the vention. Yours Respectfully, the last of the lot. Mr. Besten selects something new. Some of the bulletins nsws matter set in type. D. H. Severs. Cloverport, Ky August 14th 1011, all the stock himself, buying with read: Hang up your clothes as soon as John D, Babbage. Srreng & Thalheimer's Old Hick ory Brand Brogan Shoes only Regular price the world over $1.75 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. If mVk 4im Bret-ken-ridg- e Wilson, Owen & Company Strictly Cash and One Price d. to-wi- Glen Dean, Ky. Bigger and Better Than Ever NINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair ...LOUISVILLE-SEPTEMB- ER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. ' to-wi- t: e I'LL BE THERE ! -- WILL YOU? THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD-MUSICLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- - MORE CLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue yrit,e tq i """" fcS fcERRY M, SHY, Secretary, No. 320 Paul Jones Building- (OP w el imojixP Mt$& rAUk.iot tt?K I I: e (K, A1 to-wi- t: irtriimffiiw. yri mmmmmmi kl;& AWWVwxwy wTWt "" n aa ki ,Tifl Ml ., '"'m-- ii- JT . lM? i " ...... W . " mmmTSZt.r'i let nf& tin" - jyf do The ONE sure way to be independent is to BANK your rmoney when you make it and not "fool" it away. You will find that your friends are few when you ask them to loan you money. rowz: 9. o v' T "'i-- ,- Be Independent Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. We pay 1 TUC m U interest on Time Deposits. TDIIOT It ft muoi uu int D1UP UHni DC ui iiMiiuinouuuu HIH UIDMUCDIIDC .. ,. naiUIII&UUIg, II..JI-.- v.. KJ, WI-BIM- h While The Press Thunders TAX NOTICE following places: Irvington Webster Lodiburg Stephensport Chenault Mooley ville the Third and Fourth districts at the ..Aug. 30 .... I will meet the Tax Payers Sept. Sept. 5 Sept 7 Sept 1 Sept 12 1 1 of 1 '.... Fry mire Sept. 4 to collect your taxes S. W. Bassett, D. S. i k A nZX.-- . f . ': " i'V Ll MiteiM'l iTT'. I -- 'Mi:.:. ri in' fitiTiAMnHtti if HJMJ MGZ ui . ;u 4 A MiaMl Remedy won CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm Aiti It it quickly ahivbixl. Rallel (I One. . heale and protfrte tlin diwnwiT in 'lan,, wtli, Mre. Mntlrn, went to Louisville Friday. Miss Dessie Beavln went to Indian-epollInd , Sunday. Judge Waggoner and ton, Allen, spent Sunday at Tohiniport. Mrs. J I). Gregory left yesterday tor Versailles to viait Mrs. Hudson. Mr:.. Foote, of Irvington, It theguett of mm i Two Farms Located near Webster W I 3l rv t r.e m.i. s -- I --v T 1 her daughter, Mrt. Virgie Babbage. brane resulting fr"m Catarrh an1 drive Mrs Ditzenbnch hat returned wy aCoM In Ike Head quickly. Jfst..n's from a Kate to vi:t relatives in Louitville. ll, Full riae the InMol Tiiite ami SiiiIM) ot. nt Druggist or hy ninll. LtqtM Bread baking it guaranteed a suc Oream Balm for ue In atomizers 75 ott. York. cess If you ue Lewigport PEST Flour. Ely Brothers, r.rt Warran Si- r- t. The Misses Hrashear, of West Point, were guests of Miss Alienc Hardaway. 6 Breckenridge News. Mrs. Lee Bishop and daughter, Miss Anna Lee, went to St. Louis Saturday. N-- Xo be Let on partnership basin. All Representative ii. niiulri tin Um eetTtcet of a repreeeD' alive in Rfeckm enmity to look aflrr subscription n rlilltf atiri n trnri I'lrmlatlnn ljr ppMiil tin I In Mis whlrh have proved untion II J nurn Fa I. Salary ana COItth loti rrevtoai M whole pefience aeMfabte, hut not time or spur- time. AtlitrrsN wl'li referenri a (iixxl Mi'iisrlo plnu Math I.I KmrlMiik 1m M Fourth New Vm k City. Wanted n Avi-mii- applicants notify FoK For Sale ALK Camera jL Now ''4x4 WBDNE8DAY, SEW, ft, 1911 Mrs. J. D. Brashear, of Louisville ! Mrs. Emma H. Skillman Cloverport, Ky. State qualifications k five references ell for half prl?e. port. Ky. CM View Cartvra. I Wn I KtfM lin ll rs Will ov--i r- C. (J. Itral.Moat T Ml I . 1 . I ili J that school is on in full swing, do not forget that we have a full and complete line of the following: spent Monday with Mrs. R L.Newsom. C. I. McCann, of Rome, was the ANNOlNCf MI NTi K4TF.S fOR POLITICAL guet of Mies Esther Mae Jackson Sunday. f 2 BO For Precinct mid city Offices John Storms, of Cannelton, tpent 50 For Comity Offices Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank . f 14,00 Offices 6r Stute a I'd District 10 Storms. For Calls, per line Mr. and Mrs. C. F. W. Laech, of Lou10 For Cards, per line isville, were guetts at Tar Springs two in the interFor All Publications weeks. est of individuals or expression Mrs. Ambie Williams Daniels is vis.1'' of individual views per line iting relatives at Stephensport and Sample. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET Mrs. Will Minnette, of Owensboro, For United States Senator, visited tx parents, Mr. and Mrs l'rice OLLIK M. .TAMK3, Graham. of Crittenden. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thurman went to For Governor, Owensboro last week to visit Porter J AMKS B. McCRJtARY, Thurman. of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Furrow and chilOovernor, For Lieutenant dren attended the Circus in OwensK. J. McDBRMOTT, boro Tuesday. of Louisville. I'or State Treasurer, Misses Beatrice and Eula McCrack-e- n THOMAS O. RHEA, are visiting Miss Ruth Mattingly in of Logan. Marshall, Texas. For Auditor, Mrs. D.W Fairleighand son. Lallue, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Louisville, spent the week-en- d with of Favett.e, Mrs. John D. Babbage. For Attorney Geneml, Mrs. Francis Marion Smith ia reJAM KS OARNKTT, of Adair. covering from a recent operation, and For Secretary of State, was up town Thursday. C. F. CRECELIUS, Mrs. Liter returned Monday mornof Pendleton. ing to Louisville after a visit to Mrs, Superintendent of Public Ic- For Jas. Randall. struetion, Mrs. John Weisenberger and motjier, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, Mrs. Wm. Hanks, of Stephensport, are of Christian. visiting in St. Louis. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. YV. NEWMAN, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bell, of Memol Wo ni ford. phis, Tenn., are visiting at the home For Clerk of Coutt of Appeals, Of Mr and Mrs. Fisher, R. L. GREENE, Mrs. Vernon Connor and children and of Franklin. Mrs. John Neubauerand children were in Owensboro Tuesday. Orville Sahli. has returned to his home in Owensboro, after a visit to LOCAL BREVITIES his cousin, Wilburn Chapin. L. McGavock can oertainly please you when it comes to a suit for your boy. New and classy line. John Black, of Louisville, spent SunMr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Tucker and day here. daughters, Misses Bernice and Lela, Vic Robertson attended the Bards-tow- spent Sunday in Stephensport. '. n Inn- - ks Shropshiredown Sheep for Sale herd urk; refttetered ami RKGIBTERki) liin.li t Mffh it'Hdf trriKlr Ky. wet - W. : A. M II vi.r ii. Oust i in. v.'llH there Here's a list Cf ftfche llHH 91t9 school child will need, and is no rean .n why they should not be equ'ppn! when Ihev enter school on L. T. Reid, Dr. Charles Lightfoot and Mr. Bishop are in Shepherdsvi'.le attending court in the interest of the L. H. S St. L. R. R FOH e A I.K Hiir I pri Off, Ky Allen Pierce leaves this week for an points extensive trip East Including all For Sale of interest from Niagara Falls to At BOH RALE a 16 bom power stationery lantic City and New York. fias HDffiOe Watklns make, to ITOod repair. Rrei'kenrldRe News, C nverpnrt. Ky. All deeds, contracts, mortgages and other legal documents properly execu For Sale ten and acknowledged at this office, SA 1.1 heeds, Mnrtuaites and all kinds FOB leiml hlanks. V. G. Babbage, Notary Public. Hri ekenrldire News. Cloverport. Ky. Graham Kskridge connected in a clerical way with the Army of The For Sale Scholarship Lakes, istfere from Chicago tor a ten In the Bowllnfi Col! days stay with his mother and sisters. Green I'lilveralty. (tiod in any ih. r merit of thai ' in verslt y Hreekinrldce News, Prof. H- - R. Warner's moving from Cloverport, Ky. Kingswood and leaving Kentucky, leaves the office of County Surveyor vacant. Judge Waggoner has not yet appointed his successor. the Hen C. Olflrks n farm, owned hy Mrs. R. II. Kemper and Mrs. A. M Hardaway. of aaa whole or In two Mlnnt. S. I Will parts. Tetuie reaaooable ; for further infor mat Inn fall on or addresn. BKN C.CLARK-(N- . - A Urn M in res line fertile land In B!a spring VaUryj a part ol For Sale Lead Slat.' Penctli Pen Hnlden Pet Point Ptoclli Slntcs Pvnril BtXe Pencil TeMeu Rulen Pencil riherpeoti Tepei -- Ink Tablot-Scho- ol RpOBflW SchiMtl Scissor School Thitnblei Crajou Ink MeMarei m i i Ctimpoaitiun Book; save Poantein Tms The petmies and d.ntes ind 1 out inimttit to dollar i dollar for the p irt Die of this New Line innmuity. ml school in iheir purchase here srmn s.au-we've saved many of Hi?h SckOwl Tablets for Pencil or Ink. sure to ?et one of them 6c ' SAt.K-SehoIar- ililp J. C. NOLTE & BRO! CLOVERPORT, KY. I Misses Margaret and Nannie Colv-le- y, of Irvington, returned Saturday from the Corydon. Ind.. Fair. They said there was a big show of fine horses and Kentucky captured all the blue ribbons, Miss Jewell Knox, of Owensboro, Misses Eoith Richardson and Agnes Baskett, of Brandenburg, Misses Mary Alexander and Cuedry Bramlette, of Irvington, were guests of Misses May-mi- e and Anna Lee Kendall at their beautiful country home near Irvington Jast week. Toilet Articles, Face Powder, Iff 1 SLii J Z&T CrtFS Rafter Talcum Powder, and Creams AT COST tTh Aged Couple Have A Round Once More. Thos. Lewis has returned home from a trip through the countv. Mr. Lewis always carries his violin with him and said he played it at Harned and started Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crews to dancing. years old and are They are eighty-fiv- e a jolly, happy couple. GIBSON & SON Petition For Stock Law Wat, Bail O i i tllESTIOH TY-IS at - '.HsriNG A CHECKING UCCOUNJ H EHEK 1 1. 1 r SOLVED m ITXSAFE oWe? IN, FHOMJLC d ingers OFLOS S.- THROUGH THEFT FIRE, BUHCLJItr, OF" THE 'POCKET MAN) ", hl lis) ift petition fur stuck Um k Other I Breoki Bridge miiiiy court j I r Fair. was Wm. Bowuier, of Louisville, Sunday. here Dr. McDonald went to Shepherds ville Monday. Eldred Babbage has returned home from Irvington. Jess Willis, of Louisville, is home for a vacation. Wm. Hohious was inEvansville day and Monday. Sun- . , Miss Virginia Payne returned from Arkansas Thursday. Misses Rlank and Misses Willis went to Louisville Monday. Miss Lucy Hall visited the Misses Black at Holt Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bowmer went to Benton Harbor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y eager went to Owensboro last week. Mrs. Laura Hayes is visiting her grand-soin Bardstown, Misses Kosa and Susie Newtcn have returned from Henderson. Miss West, of Norwood, La,, is the guest of Miss Georgia White. Mies Lydia Lawson, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Walter Graham. Frank Warfjeld, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Frank Frai.e. E. J. Beauchamii sold his mule colt Saturday, to Mr. Corley for 85. Miss Lula Margaret Severs has re turned home from Hinton, W. Va. Mrs. E. S. McAfee and her mother, n It appearing to the Court, after having been sufficiently advised, that Wm. Hall and others on petition foi a stock Henderson Route Notes law, being in number mora thai twenty naving signed the petition, and being $i.()U Cloverport to Louisville and reeach and all over the age of 21 years, Mrs. Ona Frey and children, of Can turn Oct. 1616 and for trains 14H and and legal and qualified voters in Magisterial District No. 4, of Breciecridge ada Station, Ind., are visiting Mr. and I42 of 17th, good to return Oct. 2:j. County, Ky., known as Bewleyville Mrs. Ernest Frey on the Pike. Magisterial District, and said petition 000 having been presented to the county Mrs. Susan Whitehouse has returned $5 60 Cloverport to Lexington, Ky. court of said county at its regular term to her home at Birk, Ky. , after a visit and return, Sept. 22, 2i and for trains in August, I9II, praying and asking for to Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. due to arrive in Lexington before a vote to take the sense of the legal and qualified voters in said Magisterial Dis Mrs. Fred Newton and little daugh Sept. Ii trict Jso I, ot saul county ot Ureckeu-ndge- , ter went to Bowling Green Thursday 000 known as Bewleyville Magisteron account of her sister's illness. upon the question ot f.'i. Cloverport to Louisville and re- ial District, whether or not cattle generally shall Mrs. F. M. Board, of Garfield, has turn, Sept. 9 to if inclusive; good to re run at large in said Magisterial District; Account Kentucky it being the desire of the petitioners returned from Owensboro where she turn Sept. JO. herein to prohibit the running at large visited her brother, S. R. Moredock. State Kair. of all cattle generally and not only cerMrs. A. M. Harvill has gone to Her-itain species thereof. The said petition having been pre111., to spend three weeks with her WEBSTER sented in open court at said August parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Doss. term 1911, the same is now ordered Mr. and Mrs. H C. Haddock enter tied of record, and the said petition If you want a nice school suit for yo.ir boy and one that will last, see the tained to dinner a large number of having been duly filed more than 60 days prior to the next regular Novem line at McGavock's. friends Monday. new and ber election to be held in November Mattingly, daughter of Miss Cornelia .Miss HanUs. of Louisville, is the tail, at which County and State otlicers may be voted for; and the petitioners R. C. Mattingly, went to Hardinsburg guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyddan. having deposited with the Countv Saturday to enter St. Romuald's Miss Stella Wright is visiting Mrs. Court the sum of J7.()0 dollars the School, amount required of them by the court Dee Miller several days this week. for the Mrs. Shelby Conrad and sons, David was the guest of to hold saiu election upon saidexpense Miss Ossie Payne same in said district question Henry and Samuel Edward, have re- Miss Essye Kendall Tuesday. It is now ordered by the court that from a visit in Hancock turned home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higsby.of Louis- said election be held on the next regular election day in November, 1911, in county. ville, returned home Sunday after be- Magisterial District No. 4, ot BreckenMr. Jake Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babbage and ing the guests of ridge County, Ky known as Bewleyson, Henry, of Louisville, have been Miss Ora B. Hendrick returned to ville Magisterial District of said county the guests of Capt. Rowland and Mrs. Cloverport Sunday, where she will be- and poll or polls be opened and ballots printed for each poll, if there be mote Rowland. gin) her school. than one, for the purpose of taking the Misses May and lilanche Claycomb sense of the legal voters in said district Mrs. D. Or Hughes and Mrs. Allie upon said question of whether or not Hughes, of New Orleans, La. visited spent Thursday with Mre. Mike Lyd- cattle generally shall run at large in said district; that said election ttnd Mre. Bettie Napper at Stephensport dan. last week. Misses Mary Mercer and Myrtle notice therereof and a copy of th:s order be published in the Breckenridge I J J News, a uewspaper published in BreckMrt. Chas. Minary, of Benton Har- - M'uaan, spent, several oaya ium. ot Miss Ntal 1Jandyenridge County Ky., giving notice of bor, Mich., arrived Tuetday to ipeftd; said election, and that same be publisha week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' "Bread baking success is guaranteed ed in 5 separate issues of said paper and BEST Flour1'. if you use Lewisport V. H. Uowmet. for more than N days prior to said elecn, 1 1 TP I 'ALL '.ifCHECK ures'too BOOK'.IMS OTHE'K'.FEAT fORTyou, BANK OF CLOVERPORT a J to Parties Wishing rwrtwmmu ft Build! mew If You Want Building Material of any Kind Call on Gregory & Co. If You do not know Just How you want to Build Call on Gregory & Co. If You want to know just what your Building will Cost Call on Gregory Si Co. If You want to make your building the most convenient for the least money , Call on Gregory If You S: Co. want to know just how to build your house to Save Time and Trouble , 1 I : c, Call on Gregory & Co. - THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: 3(J years of honorable dealing- Passed through three punies unci paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. - An absolutely Sale Place to do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Time Deposits A tion. The County Court Clerk is hereby ordered anil directed to have the ballots for the various precincts in said Magisterial District No i, of Breckenridge County properly prepared and the question printed upon the said bal"Are you in lots as follows, to wit: favor of making it unlawful for cattle to run at large on the public highways and unincloaed lands of the Bewleyville Magisterial District, No. 1 " And the officers of the regular November election lyll, are herebv directed to open a poll at each anil all votiug precincts if there be more than one in said District for said purpose as aforesaid herein. L. L Waggoner, Judge Breckenridge County Court. A Copy Attest: H. M. Beard, Clerk Breckenridge County Court. Office Near Depof V Information in regard .to prices - of material can I I I. f nc nau ai inc IoariK ui wovcrpun I I A A. RURAL TELEPHONES are yu interested I If so, call on the eftlM fleiwherkll Telephone A Telegraph Company and have hiiu explain the fptf4H "Far-morLine" rate. Mr. IfarmiM-, n APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 $3.50 Louisville Evening Post News and Breckenridge one year 3. 50 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH tlnoorporatwd.) COMPANY -- h rent In n fov nnd nMiinir crt rel'eved the .ton md Ifffe lit"' lh them-ehold In chc-"Htef needci km-trained rWtfWS of ihe crowd he voice tird SSJBjQ ot( oiitck fW4r i that way, la time to see Ella sinking 1 uffrlgbtedly out of sight under the dismayed looks of father nnd mother Mr Moffat eoutlnued his examination by demanding why. when tbe ring was dlsr in red lu Adelaides casket and he By ANNA saw what Inferences would Iw drawn from the fact, lie hud not made un Im mediate public explanation of M con duct and the reasons he had hud for putting his hand there. "I'm not a muff." shot from the prl Copyrtfkt. I9lt oner's lips In his old manner "A man By Anna Kihnn Rohlf who would take such an oath. In such s way and at such a time Is not the man to talk about It until he Is forced to would not talk nhout It now" CH AI'TEH XVIII. me. fie was checked nt this point, but A BROTHER'S TOW. j To others tbls declaration came with the glimpse we thus obtained of the CHANGE was observable Id greater or less force, according as It natural man In this Indignant Mnd sulthli degenerate aon of the was viewed In the light of a dra- len outburst following so quickly upon Cumberland since ninny there matic trick of Mr. Moffnfs or as tbe the solemn declarations of the moment bad confronted blm face to natural outburst of a man fighting before, did more for him In I he minds face. Physically be was Improved, but for his life In his own way and with of those present than the stinvest and otherwise the difference waa such as his own weapons most discreef answer given under the Mr Moffat, satisfied so far. put his Instigation of his counsel to arouse doubt as to the real man next question with equal directness: larking behind bis dogged, uncommuniThe question as to who hud dropped "Mr. Cumberland, you have men-- ! tbe ring Into the casket If Arthur bad cative manner. I felt that beyond the one fact that he could be relied upon tloned seeing your sister In her cof-- ' not the Innocent children, the grlev to protect Cnrmel's name and Carmel's On. When was thlsT' lng servants was latent, of course, In the close of her funeral, Just be every breast, pnt.UJi.id not vptreach character, even to the Jeopardizing of niacase, he waa not j be counted on fore sbe was carried out" ed tVe point demanding expression. "Sna ibTghT yet startle many oF"us. and "Mftd J ou 8ee" ne casket prior to "Mr. Cnmber'and, you have stated iSost notably jjjQll the little JQMI tbjs moment of which you speak? Had Mli. ;vu AiA uvfc narannnltr ilrmi- this Mm cidvu....j i ii ""eSSs. M nuu you uuuuieu.i ia l waiting hear what he had to say In you Deen near ii tne ring Uio was an bis own defense before shethrew her-set- ? In any wayr place where It Into Em breach and raade'that "No. lr m ,., mm.was ultimately attempt to save him, In bis own "Mr. Cumberland, you have heard found. Can you plte which had been my terror mention mode of a ring worn by your teM us of ,vour Si the first and was my terror now. sister in life, but missing from ber own knowledge Perjury, but not in his own defense finger after death. You remember this who did?" I rather In opposition to It that Is ring?" "I cannot. what his counsel had to fear, and I "1 do." know nothing wondered If they knew It lie was about the ring. "Is this It?" fcsked: I was much sur"It is, so far as I can Judge at this "Mr. Cumberland, did you have any distance." prised, probably quarrel with your sister during the more surprised "Hand the ring to the witness." orafternoon or evening of Dec. 2?" one any than dered the Judge. "I did" Then, us If not satisfied else, to hear of The ting was so handed. with this simple statement, be blurted Its discovery In lie glanced at it and said bitterly: forth: "And It wasn't the first. She "I recognize It. It was ber engagethat place." disapproved of my fondness for drink. ment ring." it The sllp-n- tid She didn't like my late hours, or the for "Was tbls ring on ber finger that "I was urn naoTn- - wa8 0 condition In which I frequently came night at the dinner table?" him to introduce EB.. borne. I did not like her expressions "more" "I cannot say positively, but I beof displeasure or the way she fre- lieve so. 1 should hnve noticed its was immediately taken advantage of quently cut me short when I wanted absence." by bis counsel. to have I goad time with my friends "You say rnore' "Why should it lie "Why. may I nsk?" made her suffer We never agreed more of a surprise to yon than to auy For the first time the prisoner flushI regret It often and unnecessarily. one else to learn where this missing now; she was a better sister to me ed, aud the look he darted at his coun- engagement ring of your sister's had sel had the sting of n reproach in It than I could then understand." Vet he answered: "It was tbe token of been found?" Mr. Moffat, with an eye on District "I was her brother. I had a brothengagement I didn't believe in or Attorney Fox. who bad shown his sur- an I should like. have hailed any proof er's antipathies nnd rightful suspi prise ut the trend the examination was clous. I could not see how that ring was off." taking by u slight Indication of un that this engagement enigmatically. came to tie where It wns when the Mr Moffat smiled on with his exanilnu easiness, went "Mr. Cumberland, if you are not sure only one interested In its restoration tion: was in prison." "Mr. Cumberland, will you tell us of having seen this ring then, when you first felt this change of opin did you see It aud where?" when CHAPTER XIX. A rustle from end to end of tbat Ion In regard to your sister V" "I AM INNOCENT." was an This Mr. Fox leaped to his feet. Then he crowded courtroom was a direct blow at What was coming? Evidently he audacious move. slowly reseated himself. nnd of course called Mr. What would be the answer of the man to his feet with a mowho was believed not only to have tion to strike out this an made himself the possessor of tbls ring, but to have taken a most strange swer. An altercation followed be and uncanny method of disposing of tween bim and Mr. Moffat, which, deeply as it Involved tu.v life und repuit afterward? "I saw It when tbe police showed It tation, failed to Impress me. as It to me and asked me if I could identify might otherwise have done If my whole mind had not been engaged in it." "Was that the only time you have reconciling tbe difficulty about this ring with what I knew of C'armel and seen it up to tbe present moment?" the probability which existed of ber "It Is." The universal siieuce gave way to a having been responsible for Its re universal sigh of excitement and re- moral from her sister's hand. But lief. Without waiting for the present Carmcl had been ill since, desperately She could have sentiment to cool. Mr. Moffat proceed- ill and unconscious. had nothing to do with Its disposal ed immediately with his examination: "You swear that you have seen this afterward among tbe flowers at her ring but once since the night of your sister's funeral. Nor had she been In sister's death, and that was when It a condition to delegate this act of conWho, then, had was shown you in the coroner's office?" cealment to another. been the Intermediary In this busi"I do." "Does this mean tbat It was not In ness? The point raised by the district atyour possession at any time during torney having been ruled upon and that interim?" sustained by tbe court. Mr. Moffat "It certainly does." "Mr. Cumberland, more than one made no effort to carry his Inquiries witness has testified to the fact of any further In the direction Indicated, your having been seen to place your but I could see. with all my Inexperiwnys of hand in the casket of your sister, be- ence of the law nnd the before a lurv. that the eolsode fore the eyes of the minister and of others attending ber funeral. Is this true?" Often The Kidneys Are "It Is." VUO HA VI' ANY y AI.IU I, WITH VOCR "Was not this a most unusual thing In Weakened by Over-Wor- k. nwamt" to do?" thought it best to let the prisoner have 'Perhaps. I was not thinking about Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. I bis full say With u solemn lowering thai had u duty to perform, and I Of bis head. Arthur answered: performed It" Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re"W'beu I saw my home desolated in "A duty? Will you explain to the sponsible lor much sickness and suffering, lliciclore, n muiiey WilU one sister Jury what duty?" one dreadful nirlit. trouble is permitted to dead in tin- - house, the victim of vio The witness' head rose, then sank, continue, serious, releuif. and anoiher delirious from lie. as well as every one else, seemed sults are most likely fright or some other auulogous cause to be impressed by tbe solemnity of to follow. Your other I bad ample time to think aud used tbe moment I even thought I could organs may need atthat time. That's all." detect u tremor lu bis muscles as well tention, but your kidSimple words, read or repeuted. but as lu his voice: neys most, because lu thai clouded court room, with even they do most and "I had rebelled against my sister's should have attention bi h wishes; ear strained to catch the lie hail grieved and deceived ber firft. Therefore, when seemed the only refuge for the man up to the very night of her foul aud your kidneys are weak or out of order, so hemmed lu by circumstance, these unnatural death und all through quickly your enwords, uttered without the least ut drink " Here Ills eye flushed, und for VOO Can understand how how every organ tire body is affected und tempt at effect, fell with u force that fleeting moment be looked u man. seems to fail to do its duty. which gave new life to such as wished "I wished to take uu oath an outb I If you are sick or " feci badly," begin to see this man acquitted. would remember. It was for tbls taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. A trial will con"When did you see your sister Ade purpose 1 ordered the casket opened Kilmer's Swamp-Rooluide fur the lust time ullveV" and thrust my Augers through tbe vince you of its great merit. effect of The "That night ut the dinner table Hosiers I found there When my fin- Swamp-Roo- mild and immediatekidney and t, the great When I left the room I turned to kMI gers touched my sister's brow It bladder remedy, is soon reulued. at ber. She was not looking ut me swore never to taste liquor stands the. highest because its remarkable I slammed the door und went up so I again have kept that outb." properties huvc been health In an hour or ao I had left stairs. It was an unexpected explanation proven in thousands of the most distressI got the (lie house to get u drink and calculated to cause u decided aud ing casts. If you need u medicine) you drink, but I never suw Adelaide again fawn-ablreaction lu the minds of should have the best. till I suw ber lu ber coflin." tboso who had looked upou this espe-ciu- l Sold by druggists in fifty-ceand Tula blunt denial of the crirr.a for act of his us uu lrrefutuble proof You may sues. wblcb be stood there arraigned fell of guilt. Mr Moll. it's voice was heard bottle a on my heart with u weight wblcb rising again lu his strunge but telling havemail sample also a hv free, me how Inextinguishable Is showed ' vou n..u .1 sSia.p-R4- . pamphle t sxauiluutloo: toe hope we cberlab deep down un"When you thrust your baud In to how to find out if you have kidney or I had der all surface convictions. trouble. Mcution this paper tuke this outb. did you drop anything blad whe-writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., been unconscious of this hope, but it into your Mister's casket?" Binghamton, N. Y. Don't make any miswas there. It seemed to die a double "I did not My bund was empty. 1 name, Swamp-Roo- t, deatb at these words. For I be- held no ring und dropped none in. I take, but remember the dealer sell you ami don't let u Courage Is needed for a lieved blm! some-thinif simply touched her forehead " in place of Swamp-Roo- t lie. There were no signs visible in This udded to the feeling, und lu an you do you v. i'l I disappointed. as yet of bis having drawn upon other lustuut blm the excliemeut mlghi this last resource of the despairing. have risen Into hubbub bad not tin Bread baking success is guarsntoau if I sbouid know It wbeo be did. Be ttmoHiina nf mi., mil, nfitmuri f..ni,1 you use the Lewisport BEST Floui. not bide tbe subtle change from could ! Thn Maiicn nf tha I IIC IIUUOU VI 1 IV KATHARINE GREEN I Whispering ' Pines A had produced Its Inevitable result and thnt my position ss a man released from suspicion find received a shock. pnuse followed, during A moment's which some of Mr Moffat's nervous ness returned. Then he asked: 'Mr Cumberland, to return to the night of your sister's death, can you fell ns what overcont you put on wben leaving your house?" Arthur wns as astonished and certainly as disconcerted If not as serl ously alarmed as I was by this extrnor dlnury move. "I cannot I took dowD the first I saw and the first hat" Took down from "Took down? where?" "From the rack In the hall where I hang my things, tbe side hall leading to the door where we usually go out." "Have you many coats overcoats. I mean?" "More than one." "And you do not know which one you put on on thnt cold night?" "I do not" "But you know what one yon wore "No " "You do not know what one you wore back?" "I do not." "You hnve seen the hat nnd coat which have been shown here nnd sworn to ns being the ones In which you appeared on your return to the bouse the day following your sister's murder?" ''XifV?V?!Rr,Wii was not afraid to have It known ttmi Arthur tisd hurneiwed that mare; he even wanted It known. Why? There could be but one answer to that, or so I thought st the moment. The next I did not know what to think, for he failed to pursue this subject sod simply ssked Arthur If upon leaving be had locked the stable door "Yeo no I don't remember." was tbe bungling and greatly confused reglanced at tbe Jury, the smile still on bis Hps. Did be wish to Impress that body with tbe embar rassment of his client? I nro sure "Relate what followed. tbe Jury will be glad to bear your story from your own Hps." "It's a beastly one. but If I've got to tell It. here It Is: I went straight down to Cutbbert road and across tbe I bad fields to the clubhouse. not taken the key to the front door because I knew of a window I could shake loose. I did this and went Immediately down to the wine vault I used an electric torch of my own for I pulled out several light. bottles and carried tbera up Into tbe kitchen, meaning to light the gas, kindle a firs nnd have a good time generally. But I soon found tbat I must do without light If I stayed there. The meter bad been taken out, nnd to drink by tbe flash of an electric torch was anything but a pleasing prospect Besides" here be Unshed at his counsel a glance which for a moment took hjd hoard that gentleman aback- -I certain vague sound's in tbe bouse which alarmed tne as weH as, roused my curiosity. Choosing the bottle 1 liked best. I went to Investigate these 30imd3,'l- - . r Mr Moffat started. His witness wns having his revenge. Kept In Ignorance of his counsel's plan of defense, he was evidently advancing testimony new to thnt counsel. I hsd not thought tbe lad so subtle and quaked In secret contemplation of tbe So did others, but tbe consequences. Interest was Inteuse. He had be"tl sounds he acknowledged it. But what sounds? "But I did not complete my investigations. Arrived at the top of the stairs. heard what drove me from It was my sistbe house at ouce. She was In ter's voice Adelaide's. stood almost ou a the buileliug, and level with ber. with a bottle in my pocket. It did neit take me a minute I to clamber through the window. did not stop to wonder or ask why she was there or to whom she was I speaking. Just fled uud mnde my way as well us I could across the golf links to a little hotel on Cutbbert road, where 1 bad beeu once before. There 1 emptied my bottle nnd was so overcome by It that I did not return home till noon tho next day. It was on the way to the bill that I was told of the awful occurrence which had taken place in the club-bousafter I had left It. That sobered me. I have been sober ever since." Mr. Moffat's smile came back. One might hnve said tbat he had been rather pleased than otherwise by the Introduction of this unexpected testimony. Iguoring the new facts Just given, undoubtedly thinking tbat they would tie amply sifted In the coining cross examination, he asked the question: "Will you tell us nsaln how many bottles of wine you took from the clubhouse?" "One. No I'm not sure about that I had only I'm not sure of anything. one when at the inn in Cutbbert road." "You remember but one?" "I had but one. One was enough. I had trouble In carrying that." "Was tbe ground slippery?" "It was snowy, and It was uneven. I stumbled more than once in crossing the links." "Mr. Cumberland, is there anything you would like to say in your own de- feuse before I close this examina tion?" "Nothing but this: I am Innocent." 1 1 e DR. H. J. BOONE Peimanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Hours: ft to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. ( Invrrpnrt, My. Dentist Street ply. Mr. Moffnt Subscribe Rijrht Now. Marion Weatherholt, Notary Prblic Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance bnckr Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiience in the execution of "t nj i r- i 'ijjnve." g that THIS "Also the bat nnd coat found on a remote hook In the closet under the stairs, benr'ng the flour ranrfc on Its unrjer br1rr? "Yes. ItiTiT wo "Yet cannot say which of these two you put on when you left over-oatyour home, an hour or so after finishing your dinner?" Trapped by his own lawyer visibly and remorselessly trapped! The blood, shooting suddenly Into the astounded prisoner's face, wns reflected on the cheeks of tbe other lawyers present Even Mr. Fox betrayed his surprise, but It was a surprise not untlnged by Mr. Moffat must feel apprehension. very sure of himself to venture thus far. "1 cannot I was In uo condition to notice. I was bent on going Into town und Immediately upon coming downstairs weut straight to the ruck and pulled os the first things that offered." It uppeared to be a perfect giveaway. Aud It was, but It was n giveaway which. 1 feared, threatened Car- mel rather than her brother. "Mr. Cumberland, were a coat and bat all that you took from the bull?" "No; I took a key u key from tbe bunch wblcll I saw lying on tbe table." "What key was it?" "It belonged to Mr. lianeh.gh and was tbe key to tbe clubhouse wine vnult." "Where did you put It ufter taking it up?" "In my trousers pocket." "What did you do then?" "Went out. of course." "Without seeing anybody?" "Of course Whom should I see?" It was angrily said, and the flush, which bad begun to die away, slowly made its way back into his cheeks. "Are you willing to repeat that you saw uo one?" "There was uo one." A lie! Ail knew it, all felt It The man was perjuring himself under his own counsel's persistent questioning on a point which that counsel had evidently been warned by him to avoid. I was assured of this by the way Moffat failed to meet Arthur's eye as he pressed on hastily and in a way to forestall all opposition. "There are two ways of leaving your house for the city. Which way did you take?" "The shortest. I went through my neighbor's grounds to Huested street" s atf&afea'- - Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable; for Work First-clas- s The Old Apple Tree I am In the market for an unlimited quantity of old apple tree butts; will receive them in any quantity delivered on railroad or river. For prices and specifications call on or write C. A. TINIUS, : Stephensport, Ky. Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per lin. Pleae do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter. t ma QO.OV Louisville Evening Post News and Breckenridge one year tv 50. ooo BALL & MILLER Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains "Immedintely ?" 1 I t. 1 one-doll- le-- r u "As soon ns I could. I don't know what you mean by Immediately.' "Didn't you stop nt the stable?" A pause, during which more than one person present sat breathless. These questions were what might be expected from Mr. Fox In cross examination. They seemed totally unsulted to a direct examination at tbe hands of his own counsel What did such an Innovation mean? "Yes; I stopped at the stable." "What to do?" "To look ut tbe horses." "Why?" "One of them hud gone lame. I wont ed to see his condition." "Wns it the gray mare?" Had the defense changed places with the prosecution? It looked like It. The situation was too tempting for Mr Fox. With an assumption of extreme consideration he leaned forward nnd muttered under his breath to his nearest colleague, but still loud enough for those about him to hear: "The prisoner must know that he Is not bound to answer questlous when such answers tend to lucrlmlunte him." A lightuing .glance shot in his direction was the eloquent udvoeate's sole reply. Put Arthur, nettled Into speuklng, answered the epiestlou put to him In a loud, quick toue: "it was not the gray mare, but I weut up to tbe gruy mure before going out. I patted ber aud bade her be a good girl." "Where was she then?" "Where she belonged In her stull." Tbe tones hud sunk; so had the previously lifted bead. He uo longer or universal sympathy commanded Tbe effect of bis former credeucs. avowals was almost gone. Yet Mr. Moffat could smile. As I noticed this and recognized the satisfaction it evinced my ueurt went down in great trouble. This esteemed advocate, the hero of u hundred cases. To be continued aoo Hardinsburg, ooo : aoo Ky Diarrhoea is always nwre or less prevalent during September. lie prepared for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and effect ual. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. Par tale by all dealers. TAFT President TO CALIFORNIA. We Do Neat Job Work Will Break Ground For the WOOL DESandfUR! Being WE BUY Dttlen, Panama Exposition. President Tuft has derided to extend his western trip to the Pucitic coast for the purpose of breaking ground for International exthe l'anauiu-l'acitiHis first position at San TratK-lsco- . intention vas to limit his trip to four ueeUs, gome, us far west us Nebra-.U- a uud Kansas, but he finds it will be iosmMo to tuke two more weeks In Ortoher Of early lu November, thus gtTteg blui an opportunity to visit Cul iforula. Oregon und Washington. The directors of the Punuma-Puciflexposition. oinuieii ial bodies lu California and prominent citlzeus all along the coast have urged the president to visit the far west. Tbe exposition dl rectors ure holding the date of tin' ground breaking ceremonies open to p meet the president's convenience, is expei led that he will visit Nan Francisco lu the latter part of October A big celebration will be held at Sao Francisco to greet the president uud to celebrate the beginning of extioid-tioSpecial trulns will construction. be run from all purts of tbe coast. The Pacific fleet w ill be ordered to Bau Francisco bay. The festivities will Include a bamiuet to President Taft, a procession of his toric flouts, a military and'naval pa rade. athletic aud aquatic ports und fireworks. c c ( -- fi Wool Baft we cto it Write better lor you Una agents M commission nerchnU. Ktkicou: an; kiik la Louisr.l.e. He ItutitB rrtcu out thippeu. L.ui M.SABEL&SONS lUka Utiutm. , Lou::;. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people arc now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet germicide powder to be dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet and hygienic uses it Is better uud more economical. To cleuuse aud whiten the teeth, remove tartar aud prevent decuy. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease germs, and To keep artificial teeth aud bridgetvorkelesu, odorlei To remove nieotiuo from the teeth uud To eradicute perspirution und body odors by sponge buthing. Tbe best antiMsptic wush known. Relieves uud utreugthens tired, Weuk, i purify the brestb. purify the breath ufter smoklnr. Hi' .1 ...... . .i'i Lia. auu vu VI. itti uuu Kfl ..lu t. 1i"'., .1l . lljC 1....A .. I. nnutnui.l Uu U I.'.,... THK PAXTONTOILKTCOi.BoeToo.MtMi fl Hm llleile ve ..J H ,'M I K t Ii r, im t wi,iit,,lf THE EUTCHER'S 9y-'.e- rr BILL PERPETRATED BY 6uSy milpinG fix up THE CARD INDEX THE Solance and A Rrc.'UOt family of fnin I lew Md th. in 2 n ii lie re i.iciiioruiidtiiii from n faintly nf five, urn if whom illd not at men t to any extent, mid three of Whom look Iiiik lies in their iln en of lielng iibm'nt work or ri'Htiiiiriinio, ;r as n with mii fmtn home nt the "illy family in. mi together. Sunday-I'- oi must .if iamb. MoildH.V - I.illUli chop. Tuesday Cold Milled hum. Wednesday Until i I troth r.nd cold roast l.i mli. Thursday naked tinii. I I Wculrl Sarvs to It. nn live eaily on r.ir mem nnd iNh. WALT Ac DOUG ALL HOW SPRING I K 15 SPRUNG IN CHICAGO. HtM .rWNG COMES UPTHE DINGLE" 13 HOW CHICAGO'S POETS SING N BUT THO IT MAKES US TINGLE Pork In WE RE NOT HEP TO THE DINGLE THING yclcrcioy morn WE THINK THESE POETS BUNGLE mo i (kiic i ny ftftivol Nupty IN THEIR AFFLATUS DIVINE. H is a notable WHEN SPRING COMES TO THE JUNGLE ' I inn In! Ii numlirr of liMi live II i1 WOULD 8E A FITTER LINE in ion tbr fine wwithf r I I., nf linn I out dally. IT MAY BE BUT A JINGLE REALLY WISE INVENTED BY THE POET-- IF THE BROOKLYN JOTTIN&S Nuptyi hrtndvim MMfl c Are You : I A Woman 0 : 8k ' Friday A tt little stew nindf from the loft over liimli nnd sonnmcd with marjoram, using the griivy, scrap- of roust nnd boiled Inmh nnd potatoes boiled nnd wnnncd In the ffravy. BIRD STICKS TO HIS SWEATER UN CHICAGO HAS A DINGLE WELL BET5HE 00E5N TKNOVV IT THE ONES WE HAVE TO TELL ARCHIE TIL 1TSTICKS TO HI GUMSTER AoKS: , FOR THf. HOW kin. with n little more of ment. was reserved for broth. In which rice wns plentifully cooked. The cost for Mint week was: Fore quarter of Inmli. To cents: fish for baking. 30 cents: cold lioiled ham, about 2." cents; total for fish and meat for t'ie week. $1.2.". "at Of course had there been hearty nnd growing children nnd had all taken noon meal nt borne there would have been a very much larger amount needed, and possibly would hare been a sensible and really economical amount of expense for meats and fish for a family of five, while others would really need still more. Because of lunches taken at work or bought nt restaurants probably $4 sufficed for that one wTM?k for this family. As a whole, such n menu seems really economical and sensible nnd one which preserves health nnd vigor far better than lavish gluttony or ill advised extravagance In purchases of meats. Seasonable Table Linen. The finest damask, shining like satlu. the lace has largely supplemented pieces that for awhile were exclusively-popular- . Saturday Heims. A'fure quarter cost "ttrent? nnd was Ct fur ii kI ronul nnd chops, nnd the CAN THE BRIDEGROOM ilNG ' I FIRSTA1DT0 DESERTED HUSBANDS B' GNAT GCOOWIM CJ FOH COOKING AFTER 0Sl ONt OF OUR RECIPES ANO EAT- - Tnt . RESULT 1 I AM ATTRACT , 5?flMF L s I uw ?4 THIS IS HOW li NOTICE I owl VV. I HE Cup sifted banana powJ I I A Ji - up mm soaa .iymu fMitX'htcuLir ii I . in ES i .vu.i.t.. t,.r,,at WJ ... inirkirriiki Mhi Vh atif) bak( ) Iiouim u E. atTHAM a U CHAMPAGNE :W.plim m mp I. lit! suiiid bwlutTh mmM bal iimil .'ikinoaii will be prIWUHP ' SWTS jlic pulled off Coverwilh Gcniuin mus- 1 I I II .1 I i,nru inci doii umu itnaer i hi wm 'rnor of Ke k i (iboid two hours Open a rottli t h e r anu In V MAMIL BANANA BAVLS ' . in A. Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 J I ' of cold Cluuii)anc dnd drink wnui wtiLiiu YOUR TOMORROW WE BEGIN OUR BUG HOUSE INTERVIEWS. GET ORDER IN EARLY 552 ! 'i Milt MANICURE INS.iUlRr CHESTER PAYNE WRIIES HOME Of The Golden West And Glory--Takes Its Stage Ride To On a Ranch. Julian-Liv- es damask bordered with baud embroid Improvement of Country Roads Should ered scallops. Be of Interest to Mothers. The all over tablecloth at luncheon That the movement for the improveis hopelessly old fashioned, the polish ment of ronds now being pushed by ed wood must show somewhere. the Rovernment throughout the conn The patterns of these damasks are try nffeets the women as vitally as It many and novel. Some are of the nffects the men was the assertion of ryierlod of Louis Quluze ribbons and Iopnn Waller I'ape. director of the baskets or nowers. stripes nun spots United Stares office of public ronds. In nnd flower clusters nnd single blossoms the course of his address to the Moth all very dainty and attractive. ers' Congress held in Washington reThis by no means bars out entirely cently. lace and embroidered sets. They tire The women. Director Page pointed here also and us beautiful as ever, out, are the mothers of the nation, and linen aud lace. Iluen. Ince and em It is to their Interest to see that conn broidery and lace alone. try roads are Improved for the benefit of their own health and happiness nnd the health and happiness of their children. great is the craze for beautiful damask that even monograms are held to detract from the beauty of its design and are not allowed. Thus one set of centerpieces and tumbler nnd plate doilies is simply of So LOCALNEVVS ITEM " PETER HASCOM TOO. OF ROCKVILLE IS IN TOWN TODAY.GREETINGS. FETE R Describes Cow Boy Dances. PRETTY ROMANCE BEGINS. UP TO THE WOMEN WICKER TABLE FOR FORCH. TURKISH CREAM CANDY. Dear Mr. Babbage: Knclosed find Seasonable Furniture For the Outdoor Sitting Room. Noveltios for thf sutrnuT Nri'h nre uniiin lioitic lirotinlit to our Httcutlon, for ore long tbOM who nre fiirtliuiltt1 enoiiKh to possess ittractJfc ihmw will bf in the lookout for BBthllW liot enn mid to (hflr homity or I'otivctiicncp There nre nnwii(l:i,vs so uuiiiy uses for the outdoor sitting room for that Is what most porches are that the variety of furniture suitable for thpui Is very jrrent. Tables for Mowers, tables for readme, tables for writing, tables Subscribe ' Real JFstate Department you want to buy a fartu or bafirMM ' If you do y find just what you need in this department. If you are inreresi miy of the following proprieties write i at once for owne 'i ed iu any name and address. If none of these place suit you, wr.ie us at one you want and you want It and let tellinsr us us introduce you to the man who has the Dd u-- Popular How That Everythiny Oriental Is Fashionable. Turkish cream candy would seem to be nn appropriate sweetmeat Cor wearers of the new harem skirt. Whether or not women care to thus carry out the craze for t hiiips oriental, lovers of good candy will tind it well worth their while to try this recipe, which Is recommended by tlint authority in matters culinary, the Boston Cooking School llBgatstot: I'ut one cupful and a half of rich sweet cream and three ami three- fourth cupfuls of granulated sugar over the tire. Cook, stirring often, until a very soft ball may be formed in eoiu water or to -- IIS degrees on the sugar thermometer. Let cool a little, then turn upon a marble or a large platter. When quite cool work back and forth with a wooden padtlle until It shows simis of turning to a cream; add of a cupful each of candied fruit and blanched almonds or pistachio nuts and continue to use the one-third what are looklny for. We recommend where very property yi the following properties as tieins; prolu tiv and fair in price. your farm or business? if yot wantfjeash for your property, send price and description nt ono and let us show you how we hriny: buyer and seller: together. This department is conducted solely for the purp ise of enu'ihufr buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make cpaick sa ei Do You Want to Sell WICKKH FORCH TAtu.l ) IIO" M Iinu V IV! I ivi I 70 acres ue:ir Harued. tl room Uouse ui w l);iru. I'Xi'i'lli'iit. si'tiuol. :iiki acrei 3 mii frcui miirWtd, nt'itr dituilo;ouenitlefroms'lioo acres I mile from Ekrou, I . imlr ot uulnlc achool. crib, reasonably irood house; well w in milt Kfudeti scliuol. Kood land outlet on every side. Portion of II. L K an. ai in. Price 3.0u0 . iwjrt a ii acre 3 njlles east of HurdiiiH-IIOki iiurn, ' miles uortli of Uurui-JTwo farms -- 14 acres. Iiacie. No. uilW of cliur ti ;iml vliool, kcoi! huHdliiics Iwith oh t.h.,.PI vi.r ir,.,,l Inn..., .. and fences, iroud orcli ird und wnti r; 30 ucrvs muuts; 'J.600 apple trees lust In limm ii of life. prime . Price fi,- - Uood school, J church-- , ho laudlnir In timber, 10 acres tintit .r. 3 10- - for sewing, tables for afternoon tea, are ull shown to us in the shops that cuter to the exclusive trade. These are acres li one Nn O Twitracts-I- W other; 11 acres and very handsome, the most desirable 14 acres In the 3 mile, from Hardiusliurir uw acres:) ones tieing of wicker, rattan or bammiles from llarncd; H mile nf KlnKsvvood boo. They are stained In any color college. thut. suits the taste durk greens, acre- local.. j ou Hie railroad Nfl I () mw -froI11 winner, rood barn black, shades of dark blue and sealing wux red as well as yellows and light and Jno. D. Babbaae ; TCBKiSIl 0BSAM CANDY. iv II f -- . wlilu-ouks- Kood auo level lanil. IP ' SO acres In .fVri S V. K JkIA O 40 acres, all level plenty of tlniOi-rirood ham: all linn cImmpi'iI chard and i;rass; located; S intie from Irvliu'lon. Price f.t..tno rooms aud Kood dwellliiK. lastlnx hall, meal and lien bouse, tenant house two a. res lyiun 1,1 a valley; I1 rooms. toDacco h.irn, siaii.i- and corn crlk room dwelllnuand hall: 2i. mij D00 yards from HcQuady aud scliool liousc Inruse. lare tobacco haru; XVi mile South Vti : l,on Kasy lerms. ul Kirk, H mile from well watered. S sprluKnear barn; on UurallC lute. Iau.l MM II isii, Wrt t 400 lsU. surlnxs. Hri- - Ui ni Mc c, unity, one Nn I A ueisoreu, 100 levei all can lie of the sections In lie county UUtl, led i llwi.llllliru' ' feed, barns, bU Darn; 3 ml is from South of Hocavalc, Sample. Kas tohn-ca.-r. ur-II, rfl to 11 lK-- '' I I : I No. 7 No. 8 i browns. However, when all is Bald, the self colored wicker furniture Is the most serviceable, for when It grows shabby it may be stained and supplied with new cushions thut lead the uninitiated to believe that you have been Investing in another set of porch furniture. The table illustrate! bf0 Is a particularly useful model, for newspapers or magazines may l.e thrust Into the side pockets and so kept from blowing all about the porch, as they are likely to do if merely laid upon a table. Wonder Balls. Geriuuu mothers encourage their little girls to knit by supplying them with u ball of wool culled a wonder bull because It contains many little gifts hidden therein by the mother's lingers as sin- winds the worsted. As the gift at the center of the bull will be found Inst, that Is uiually the best uud might lie little gold ring or any bit of child's jewelry. At anothar time the little knitter find a silver coin and again something for liar dol-ly- . a silver thimble gives grant deers. light. The method stimulate verauce and lessens the drudgery of learning to knit. 11 , iood level laud. 4 room dwelling ise aud necessary uuthulldluKs. Price se aud Church In &0 yards. 11 terms T4 acres, it in. Its from Kirk, dwidl-Iu- k rooms au porch, IH story small leuaut house, K'Hd haruaud ...... orchard i I mile Kist of (ilea Dean: uood. strong lime stone hy well aud sprtuK, on ifood soil, watered ii and churches. county road, near uood New tobacco barn con il.'JOJ. 3 atock haras, itood tenant Ii mses, tine ciuver aud eras land. Price fi. 100. No. 15 KJ acre paddle until the mixture becomes "set " Let stand ten or BftMO. minutes, then break off a small portion and knoad until Mftenwd and pliable Ihroughoiit. then press into a mold lined with oiled paper. Continue in this way until the whole muss is pressed into the mold This quantity will about till a quart mold. This may be cut at once lino slices and the slices In cubes or other shapes, or It may be set aside for future use The cubes of candy are lilt their best when coaled with choc olate. A pound of chocolate will be needed to dip the quantity of cubes that may be 111 from the above recipient the chocolate into small pieces, melt In a double boiler, beating vigorously meanwhile. The water around the chocolate should be consideniblj below the boiling point. Iip the cubes one by one Into the chocolate mid drop upon table oilcloth. After ten or twelve have been dipped set them (on the clothi aside lu a cool pluce to harden. A Carpet Economy. Did you ever watch with despair the carpet on jour stairs weurlug out on the step edges? Then you will wunt to know thut next time you must buy u yard more thun you really need aud turn It undr at each end wbeu you are laying It. '1'h en as It grows worn It can be slipped either up or down, and thus the wear will be equalised. miles from (iusloa, miles from Irvluictoa; well s well good youug orchard; good a: route school Uouik- - few yards Umlier Improvements; good four room fro u ho h kitchen on hack porch: tw dwell Inn barn aud lenent house and cls- good bal the Held meal and heu houe; tern hac rill ellon easy payments, pleuty wood si Further particulars address of sinal f n Jno D. Babbage, Cloverporl. Ky $3,300 MO acr-3 ; s. : 11 room aud side room good slalne; ) 1. iliac barns t ten nil hceis. I' euly of gold timber for farm puriJo good land lo clear. K.uuu H cash. ing; log dwelling, t $2 WV farm ceotalutug 30 a res uuder fence. A ulce cottage cf v &) rooms, twoclslerus. a walled cellar wll a store room oyer It, two goo t stoc't bar 01 oue leuaul house; aiioul 'W apple and psac tree, also pears, uulnces aud ayrlcit; mo all kluds of small fruits, including a alt' 140 aero tour mjle:welof viuyard of cholcsstl grape; WO acres i?lssr4 (yw I For (ileudeaue. Smiles from branch balance lu woods 116 acres lit grass, aersr railroad; ail fresh laud; 100 acre lu cultlva-tton- . grove of black locust eutUcleul for poets U acres lu grass, will produce the beat wtie the whole farm lu It lies near Bkro 81. L hi. B. price U 16.000 1. coru, wheat aou tobaciro lu neltfhborhiod on L. a long aud easy nay menu. plenty lastlug wator, well at door of dwell ; FOB SaXE-- A ; Subscribe Now if "Bread baking sin cess is guaranteed you use th Lewisport Best Flour News one year, and to fulfill the promise I made when I left home, I'll write a line or two for publication 10 give vou an t idea what a fine time a has in t lie wild and woolv wtbt. Our eastern friends, living in Kentucky and elsewhere, do not realize the benefit and beauty in this land ot sunshine and flowers; foremost of all, C ilifornia, the city of San Oiego with Us beautiful bay and its most equatible climate of the whole world, neither hot nor cold, no electric storms and never freezes For example, the newsboy; g barefooted the year round, .some never owning a pair of shoes. Now abtnii ByacU and Mirrouniiing:-- . I worked among the lemon and orange groves on the Hay and near the ocean close to San Diego, for fifteen months. 1 decided wanted to see the moun tains and the much talked of so took the stage line to a of San town sixty-liv- e miles north-eas- t Diego, called Julian, which is 4000 feet above sea level. Julian is an old mining town with a population of about 2'HI; one blacksmith shop, two groceries, post office, two blind pigs, one hotel and many abandoned gold mines, about 1100 acres of the finest fruit bearing trees, especially apples, none liner grown in California. The day I arrived in Juli.in I got a job from a wealthy rancher and cattle man. 1 was to te a a full tledged western cowboy; ha. ha! A ter sizing me Up h OODcIudad 1 was and he could an eastern tender-foo- t soon break me m as a broncho buster; so bright and early the next morning a western brum: ho was saddled and waitI ing lor me to take my first lesson started oil, driving before me 90 head of cattle and towards the evening I came to a shanty among some oak trees, which was i x 7 It; and this was to be my headquarters for the next few months. ust imagine a new kid thousands of milts away from home among perfect strangers aud thinking of my dear old Kentucky home anil friends with no one to talk to within ten miles but my broncho and the cattle. Hut you know it would be a disgrace to my Kentucky blood for a little thing like this to weaken me and besides I am very particular to not start anything that I can't finish. Well, the first night was full of hair raising happeniugs and wild As soon as dreams of imaginations. the catte were quieted down I began to look around for a place to lie down. Thinkiug when I used to retire in a night gowu with friends to say good of straw night, I lay down In my be auo leaves. No sooner than rverythiug was quiet aud a when the buzz of a grass-hoppmovement iu the straw near my head caused me to jump to my feet with imagination of rattle-snakegila monsteri. and dotens of Upon other things that I cau't spell. lighting a lamp I found my cause for 1 appk-orchatd1 r, t 1 1 scor-peues, ore dollar for the Kreckenridge alarm was a harmless California horn toad, who was to be my for the night. Again I tried to get a wink and lying half awake and half asleep the rest of the night was spent listning to the various sounds of the Coyotes, mountain lion. Badger, Lynx and etc. After several rights of this torture I began to get used to my surroundings and began to like my wild western life. The only recreation the ranchers and have from regular farm life is to go to a dance once a month in the nearest towns. On these occasions men and women ride for miles to attend, and one of the most inspiring and beautiful sights is to see twenty or thirty cow-gir- ls and boys galloping to or frem a dance along the country road on a moonlight night dressed in high heel boots, shepps and spurs and the women in khaki and somboreos and short skirts riding astride. The dance begins with a lone fiddler and continues till three in the morning. The party breaks up in time to get back to the ranches to do the morning chores. Our dances here are round dances only. A little romance comes in about hers: One day while eating dinner under a large oak. watching the cattle graze, my fre being canned goods and dry bread. I was wishing for some pie "like mother used to make" - when I heard hoof beats approaching. Jumping to mv feet and preparing myself for Mexican cattle rustlers, I was surprised to see a s.ender girl astride a fine bronAs she cho approaching in a gallop. c.ime up she handed me somettiing and we sat down and ate that pie I was wishing for. After several trips of this kind we became better acquainted aud had many hoise races and other western games. The girl was the only child of my nearest neighbor, who became quite lonely, like myself, and if you are interested, will tell you of our future acquaintance in my next letter. For the benefit of some of my old pals who are probably bur: ing with the western fever, I will add before I bring this to a close that you had better stay at home. As I've said before, I have l really learned to like this, when I'm all alone listning to the wind blowing through the pines it never biings my heart to rnv thoughts or when I am in mv little bed listening to the roar of the mountain lion and the howling coyotes, sometimes within 100 yds. of my shanty , it never makes cold chills creep up my back, but you should know that these things would be likely to elVecl others diilerent. With, be-- t wishes to all, I'm yours very truly, Chester I'ayne. bed-fellos n-- A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak ur.d lame backs, rncumatism, and all irregularities of tne kidneys and bladder iu both men and women Regulates bladder tioub-le- s in children. If not told by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. Oue small bottle it two month's treatment aud selc'om fails to perfect a cure. Dr. W. Hall, sili6 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by Home After Long Absence. Mrs. Thos.Railsbach, of Onley, Texas, has arrived to visit at the Satterfield home aud with her sister, Mrs. Viola Mrs. Kailsbach was Mrs. Jackson. Litzie Satterfield Jackson before her marriage to Mr. Kailsbach. This is her first visit borne in nineteen years. i 1 T BIG SPRING NEWS Miss Ada Meario- - And Mr. bhn Carr Were Married Yester day Fifty-Two COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE Purchase a round trio ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have a completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks, which are given you with each purchase, to the Credit Desk (South end of the building, first floor.) If your railroad fare is more than 5cc of your purchases, 5rr will be refunded on the amount w Successful Revival; Conversions Fri- Mrs Marth.r ClarMon returned day from Kntinmm 7 SttSfrMtStV i.tcr, Mr, J 1MB. bolt, who hi bean iStl W chlltlrtn, f Mrs T. C. Will, arm and f Mr il.e VVt Point, arc H. Meador ami La Miasm Vcminie Moorman Oulm-anJ l. ft Thursday for King ' of yOUr purchases. Special Notice to Charge Customers: Refind made only in cash, and al time of purchase. Refund cannot be credited at the time of settlement of accouit. Paoria, MlM III from M lJ4rd MM returned Louisville. several flftfl Mr Ada Meador spent in History of the Souths Greatest Mercantile House This store was founded in 1861 by Messrs. S- Barker & Co. "The site was the north half of the present main building of the Golden Rule store. The store at that time was managed by Mr. Jesse were Mr. Barker, Mr. Middleton and Mr. The stockholders Mid-dleton- ftjS AdA X.W'7 Stewarts Store Directory FIRST FLOOR MV.TItiM-.Hl fiM ( Mrs MOW Mr Julia Clarkson and Wa.lnes.lay for man Hanlawav. uafore Chicaao for .everal week .lay Minot, N. D tfointf to and child-ra- n Mr and lr.V,,I Griffith Ht"Vlne Orov e .pent Tliuasday Clarkson, who Kd. Martin and Cecil bought I, ave bean handling the tobacco Clarkson, have riturmd by B. S. ! Iuiviile. r w' 1" . hnt TOILKTS NOTIONS PATTERNS ART DEPARTMENT uwvra RIBBONS BELTS AND RAGS NECKWEAR ...Twn KRWAREBOOKS in trie HANDKERCHIEFS HOSIER! UNDERWEAR ALL KINDS UMBRELLAS MEN'S El'RNISHINGS CREDIT DESK y3ur return owing your t J as. Barret. and Fessenden & Stewart, to the present ownership. Previous to April, 1906, this business had grown so large that the facilities for handling the trade became too crowded in the old store, which is at present occupied by the Golden Rule Store. The management looked around to find the most suitable and most central site in the city. The site at Fourth and Walnut Streets was decided on immediately as the best in Louisville. Negotiations were made, the owners of the present site tearing down a residence Wat several small houses to accommodate the present building. This building was occupied April 1st, 1906, and is considered to be M and model st ore building of its kind the most in the country. The store is 108x180 feet eight floors, built of reinforced steel and con crete. When visiting the store ask any floor man, who will be pleased to show you through the entire store. te ;al department FIRST FLOOR BALCONY manicure home. Mrs. .lack Collins and The ownership of the store passed through several changes up to the present time first, S. Barker & Co., then Sharp & Middle-ton- , SECOND FLOOR SILKS DRESS OOODS LININGS LINENS WHITE DOOM DOMESTICS WOMEN'S AM) MISSES D ItKSsrs AND COATS REST BOOM WAISTS ., daughter. l is Pearl, attended the fair at Corjdun, WASH POOPS BLANKETS COMFORTS SUITS J SHOES MILLINERY THIRD FLOOR HOSPITAL CORSETS MUSLIN UNDERWEAR INFANTS HAIR GOODS Indiana. Rev. Winchell, of the Baptist clu.rch Sunimmersed a number of persons day afternoon. beRev. King leaves Wednesday to Constantine gin a series of meeting at was closed A most successful revival pveniner !v Rev. King at l'.merr,i,inv ad-son. There were "2 conversions. 27 child-dition to the tnethodist church, Ij Uev. King immersed ren baptized. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Drake. Miss Ada Meador and John Carr, of Elizabethtown, were married Tuesday evening in Louisville. Bawl-y- -' Miss Ada Miller, of MH several days last wee w th ville.spert Mrs Will Griffith. 1 Harry Miller is quite ill. His chi'd-to his bedside. ren have been called Mrs. Kelly and Miss Vogt left for spemlrg K.id.y, after Lou.svhle several days with their sister. Mrs C. 1 1 PICTURES FRAME DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE MEN'S AND ROYS' CLOTHING SEWING MACHINES FOURTH FLOOR DRAPERIES WALL PAPER CURTAINS CARPKTS RUGS, ETC. FURNITURE EMPLOYES FIFTH FLOOR GENERAL OFFICE ALTERATION ROOM MANAGER'S OFFICE ADVERTISING OFFICES CARPET WORK ROOM SIXTH FLOOR DINING ROOM STOCK R(H)MS RECEIVING ROOM UPHOLSTERY WORK DRESSMAKING ROOMS RESTAUR A NT (Opened about Oct. 1)' SEVENTH FLOOR BASEMENT mm The Most Km; :MM"WmWMWmmm B Witt. Ureal bkin I,ewi-p)it if you il"e success is KU'ra"ieei1 BEST Flour. Central HOUSE FURNISHINGS TOYS CHINA CUT GLASS GROCERY LUNCH ROOM SODA FOUNTAIN TRUNKS BAGS S PACKING AND DELIVERY ROOM ENGINE ROOM SUIT-CASE- Best More Equipment, Digestion And Assimilation. It is not tue quriutity of food taken hut ths Htn mt dieste l and assimiWr. et that nivrs strength and vilaii y t tin a 1 ate 111. CtuMMtwrlaia'i Btv fh 4 Liver Tablets invigorate ttie atmnaefc a id liver an I enable the 11 to oerJorm tli ?ir function n uurally. For sale by ail dealers Shopping Spot In Best Service and the Mer- Louisville Forwarding Charges mtinm iM llliiriilii Largest Stock of chandise in the South Picked Up Tom Kerry tells that an audience fof breal and the curtain wt rt us with a roll. 0 Prepaid on Purchases of I 0 V.bcrn Smith is passing one around ar.d lUe this: A man went to t funeral s" neone asked him nbo ffal dead; he a swered: I just i"t for the ride. For bowel complaints in children h! v ivs iive .. liwinlti'i 0'lif, Choi m a d ISnTtinefl Rejedy and ceetor nil, $5.00 or Over Mail Orders tie oruitu 10 effect a cure and wlitu reduced Viitli uaer and sweelelie I lif pleasant to take. No jihyidcian can teniedy. For sale by all a better prt-cn- Given Prompt Attention Claycomb McGhee Marries Widowed Daughter Of Rev. Orr Sjmra people will be interested in learning of the marriage of Mrs. Jessie Orr Pruett to Mr. Clay M. McGbec. which was solemnized in Louisville Hoih uurtie n w Tuesday afternoon reside at Brandenburg. The bride is the daughter of Rev. B F. Orr, the Methodist minister, and lived at Sonora during her father's pastorate there. Etown News. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, rely on Dr. Thomas' ICIeclic Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, hums or bruises at ince. l'tui c m not stayliere it is used. ' Z WEEK Stewart's 65th Anniversary Sale 13, 1911 FAIR Begins Wednesday September WEEK FAIR For Detail see Louisville Papers, beginning Tuesday, September 12 Miss Reid Dead Miss Anna K. Keid died in Kansas City August iy. She wa a niece of Mrs. K. M. Board and wa twenty-thre- e years of age. She was well known and had relative in Cloveriio't and Hardinsburg. Don't think that pile can't be cured Thousand-- , of obstinate case have been cured by Doau'a ( Hutment. 60 cent, at m'V department store. Everything in the merchandise world from 61 complete stores under one roof. Out Of Town Shoppers you must come to the greatest of all sales. We expect thousands to attend from all over the State and we have arranged 4 Days of the most remarkable bargains ever offered by any A LIBERAL REBATE PLAN And these Remarkable values to bring you here, attend the Fair and shop at our great Store. DRY 6Q0DS CO. L;fg,LRT0-"ThirdJl0T- drug store. Sold Burley J. C. tgywV " STEWART DRY GOODS CO. wyoXSftHsv m Wattingtou sold week their Bro .of Stephen.-port- , old crop of Hurley laat fft mrm Urn. When Visiting the City. Mhmectim ana aa. MV ao NKW TOM. at 1 12 75. "d 6.