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Driskell-Marria- FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 15 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911. Glen Dean, were guest of Mr. and Mr. Morris Beard Sunday. Mrs. Tom Curtis, of Ulen Dean, was guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pile Sun- d i BIG BUNCH OF Washington. Kate Bennett, Virginia Calloway, J. B. Merndon, It. B. am' Matt I'ayne. Mrs J. ft. Chapin and Misses Alice Waggoner and Collie Standfield were in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Lewis, f Fordsville, was the guest of Dr and Mrs L. H More-me- n last week. Miss W ilia Drury Is spending several day of this week in Louisville the guest of her sister, Miss H. Ada Drurv. Mr. and Mrs. . I. C. I'ayne and daughter Susie Thomas, have returned from Louisville where they visited friends. Mr. I.. Kincheloe and daughter, Mrs. L. B. McCnbbllMi who has been visiting relatives in Hardmsburg, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Payne here last week enronte to their home in National City. Cal. Mrs. Brandenburg has gone to Tip Top and Stithton for an indefinite visit. The teachers of the public school gave a box supper Thursday evening and cleared 918,00, This will go toward defraying some of the expenses cf the school and for buying some new nooks for the school library. Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Dempster, of Glen Dean, are visiting Mr. and Mr?. Foster Lyons. Jno. Musselman and son, George, left yesterday for Louisville. Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan were in Louisville Thursday. Little Elizabeth Owen Hale who was quiet sick last week with an of the throat, is rapidly recovering, and did not have an attact of as was reported. Mrs. W. K. Phillips and little son, Lewis-- , arrived last Sunday from Sumter, S. C. , for a montn's visit to her sister, Mrs. Geo. N. Lyddan. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Blythe and two children have been the guests of relatives in Cloverport for several days. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. I'enick and children came down from Louisville and are spending the week with Clarence I'enick and (amilv. ah-ses- s dip-tner- ge ''Bread linking success Is guaranteed t BEST Flour. " if foa Me the Sold by J. II. Gardner. It vou want to save money in buying Jewelry, call on T. C Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. Lew-impor- Wedding Of Miss Nellie Simmons To Mr. Glen Bandy Licenses Issued. COURT NOTES AND FINES. Amos Hoard is improved after an ill ness of two weeks. Among the attorneys from other points, in attendance this session of court, we note: V. G. Babbage, of ioverport; Col. David R. Murray, of Hon. W. O. Jones, of Indianapolis; Leitchfield; State Senator, John C. C. M. Finn, Graham, of Leitchfield; Owensboro; Will Ashcraft, of Branof denburg; and S. II. Peyton, of Louisville, who is an Independent candidate for Governor. Rev. and Mrs. Felix R. Roberts have moved from Fordsville to their old home at Westview. There are six persons in the county SolemnizedPopular Sentiment Discontinues Sunday Mail Ser- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Substantial Roof ROYAL Graham-Dit- to. vice CHURCH MEET AT BEWLEYVILLE On account of illness in my home, I am compelled to retire from business. For this reason I will sell my entire stock of ready trimmed and dress hats, velvets, ribbons and ail kinds of millinery at t'ost for the next 30 days Anything I haven't got I can order at cost, parties paying the express Laura Hale. Irvington Ky. It is not best to do business with a bnk that cannot supply your needs in a panic. That is the time that a strong bank like E. II. Shellman & Co's, takes care of you. The wedding of Miss Nellie Simmons to Glenn Bandy was solemnized Wed- Vine Grove, Ky. , October !tii A wedding of the greatest surprise to all but a few of the more Intimate friends and relatives of the bride was that of Niss Mary J. Graham to Mr. George Ditto, which was solemni.ed Saturday morning at half past eight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper. NT, J. P, Jenkins was the officiating minis ter. There weie no attendants, and but a few were invited to witness the happy DELIVERS POWERFUL event C;irl Benton has had a three hun dred dollar tile roof put M his reside nce. He had capper valleys, the best sheeting and lined with the paper. This is one of tne handsomest roofs in One town. SERMONS HERE The bride is the only daughter of Mr. E. R. Graham, and is iuite a popular and estimable young lady. Mr. Ditto is a traveling salesman, living at Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ditto left immediately for Dawson Springs to spend ten days, THE REV. MR. LEWIS BEEN CALLED Week Of Services Close At The Lucile Memorial Church -- The Rev. Mr. Crawford Gives Much Food For Thought HERE jail. Marriage licenses: Roscoe Chappelle, of Union Star, and Flora Stilwell, of Kirk; Jenkins Mattingly, of Artel, and Rachel Stilwell.of Kirk; Willie Smith, of McDaniels, and Maxie Mattingly, of JUDGE O'REAR nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Simmons: the Rev. bride's father S. .1 Westview; William F. Carman, of Big Spring, and Mollie Lee Huffines., Forrest Speak has gone to Shelby-villwhere he accepts a position with & lumber company. Work is progressing rapidly on the elegant new home of the Farmers' Bank on the Public Square. Miss Nellie Bell, daughter of the late 1'. Bell, near flardinsburg, died the night of the 13th., of cancer of the e, , ' stomach. Judge Chelf, in deciding the suit of 1. ,T f P.Ian T.OQ1. " Battle X uonn s. naii Bank of Glen Dean, on a awards the from floonter claim f .36.05 with interest R. The L. H. & St. L. Vvpril 4, 1007. R. was fined $100 in each of two cases for failure to block frogs on its switches so as to keep the feet of employees from being caught. Jesse Walls reports a big enrollment New desks are of his school at Kirk. being put in to accomodate the pupils. 1 Lee Hook has gone to San Diego, Cal.. where he accepts a position as miller. The ice cream and box supper given by St. Romnald's school on the night of the 12th., was a fine success, netting $58. 20, I Supt. Driskell received Thursday a check for $4988.57 in payment for one month's salary for teachers in the public schools of the county. The school fund as received from the State will i2U.Ql4.32. Of U1 yv tins ....or .amount to . . V23, 36 comes from the dog this amount tax. Saturday morning checks were mailed to the 12.'t white and 11 colored teachers of the county. The Tar Springs people show a commendable school spirit. At their own expense, in addition to the school taxes they pay into the state anu tne county funds, they have lately built and equip-ffe- d a school house, in which school was opened Monday morning by Miss Josie Hinton. M. L. Kincheloe, Jr., spent Sunday In Stephensport. Mrs. J. M. Williams and little daughter. Lcraine, went to Kingswood to visit Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Hughes a few days before returning to Louisville. She has been here several weeks with her husband, who is stenographer for Mercer it Mercer. Jesse Whitworth and Andrew Dris kell are in Louisville this week in attendance at the Grand Chapter and Grand Lodge meetings as representatives of the local lodge here. Jno. Morris, of Louisville, officiated, The bride entered the parlor with her Silent On Taylor Conference sister, Miss Eunice Simmons and was met at the altar by the groom and his Held At The Gait House best man, Henry . Kendall. The other Where It Is Alleged That attendants were Miss Laura Hale and William Simmons. Judge 0'Rear Urged The Use The bride wore a beautiful gown of crepe de chine with a veil of real lace. Of Violence She carried a bouquet of white orchids. The bridal party entered to the bridal Louisville, Ky., Oct 13. Judge Alex chorus from "Lohengrin"' played by P. Humphrey returned today from Ed Morrison. The house decorations Washington where he went on legal were of chrysauthe'jms.smilax, golden Judge Hum rod and potted plants. On his business phrey was i k.o if he !, .1: any state.Mr. and Mrs ISaudy left on lie ment to rrvke concerning lat Judge rtfte' tmin 'or an extended fiu ' Gilt House O'Rear hao to ;.iv in the h the wc.-- t conference" held to dlaeuu the T 0 r..'r-ctei- i A' rntcli.iK at Bcwiey-vill- e S. Tayli to be ai ipted Baptist church, lus c osed ftlth in his efforts to retain the governorten additions. The meeting was conship. Judge Humphrey said that he did not ducted by the Rev. Bow, of Upton, Ky. C. L Chamberlain, after being the feel called upon to make any statement guest of relatives in Chardon, Ohio lor whatever. Senator James B. MoCreary, in a two weeks, has returned home. speech at WicklitTe last Saturday Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen visited in the charged that he had been informed by home of Geo. Jolly's in Owensboro two responsible men that O'Kear in the last week. conference advised the resort to armed By popular sentiment the mail serviolence to keep Taylor in power. Judge vice is discontinued on the Saobath. O'Rear in a speech at Scottsville This gives our postmaster and other strenuously denied the charge and gave employee a chance to attend the re the name of Judge Humphrey as one ligious services. It was then present at the conference. that Senator McCreary called upon Mrs. ferry left last week for FordsJudge Humphrey to state exactly what ville Judge O'Rear said in the meeting, Miss Bessie Arnold returned from ENJOYfNG A LARGE TRADE agreeing to abide by such statements Hardmsburg Monday after being the as Judge Humphrey might make guest of her auut, Mrs. J. W. Til ford. The gen hmen of the town have a Miss Addie Graham Ditto, of Louisgun club for their enjoyment while the ville, is very busy this season in her POPULAR AND BEAUTIFUL ladies of the town have formed a walk- - purchasing agency. She is being as GIRL TO STUDY IN NEW YORK ing club and one of the lirst of series of sisted by her neice, Miss Addie Fair execution was engaged in Thursday leigh. Misses Ray Lewis Heyser.Kath-rinwhen the following ladies weri enterMoorman, and Mamie Dellaven, Miss Hannah Beard left Monday for tained at a noon dinner at the delight- were among those from Cloverport New York City where she enters the ful home of Mrs J. A. Wimp. Guests whom had her assistance in shopping institute, Musical Art, Frank Dam-rosc- were: Mrs. Annie Herndon, Mrs. J. K. last week. Miss Ditto's name stands director. Until Saturday she Hramlette, Mrs. H.B Head Mesdames third on Louisville's list of purchasing will remain in Louisville visiting and T. W. McGlothlau, C C. Smith, Hate agents. attending the State Sunday School Miss Beard, talented, acConvention. r- SSt'JSr complished, and popular, will be missed throughout the year by a large cirWill Be In cle of friends and admirers. With her I talent and ambition she will become an artist in her field of work. (JTK I "-'j; lj -- Discourses Enjoyed By All. The Baptist church of this city has called the Rev. Mr. Jas. T. Lewi.-.- , of Fordsville, to the pastorate here. In MONDAY NIGHT LAST MEETING all probability he will accept. All denominations are anxious for the return The Rev. Mr Crawford, of Columbia, of him and Mrs. Lewis to Cloverport. who has been delivering a seiies of discourses at the Lucile Memorial church, Go To The Golden West Closed the meeting Monday night. While here he preached powerful serMr and Mrs. Pike Conn and daughter, mons and those who did nothenr them, Miss Corinne; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Con- missed many important messages. ner, of Stephensport, ar.d Mr. and Mrs .Mr. Crawford often preached from H. I, Carr. of Alton, Ind., have gone two different texts. A few extracts from to Los Angles, Cal., to live. They are his sermons are as follows: Sins canmighty good people to be persuaded not be forgiven until every sin is conaway from this country. Mrs. Conn fessed. He told the of a family has been the correspondent for the that had suffered attac.es from News at Stephensport for a number of and when the officers came to disyears and a more loyal the infect the house the mother took them editor has never known. Her friends Into every part except the attic One will miss her faithful service to the day she went up there to get an article paper and wish ner good luck in the wbkh had beta stored awiy and her golden west. only child left followed her. The baby csaght the germ and died, just so with THOSE ANXIOUS FOR MISS sins, and lie said y .11 bad lo open every Presiding Elder, J. T. Rushing JACKSON TO WIN CONTEST pirt of your heart anil hae it cleansed, was the guest of Rev. L. K May and before forgiveness came. Mr. Crawford Mrs. May at the last week spoke with force ind Ins sermons were Miss Esther Mae Jackson will be by many. Miss Lilliun Hezelette. after spend- glad to get all certilicates from those indeed relished ing six weeks at Jacksonville, Fia. with who are buying shoes at Sippel's. She Whitmarsh-Pierc- e friends, Ins returned home. wants to win the piano In the contest. Mrs. J S. Love and mother, Mrs. The marriage of Mint Bell Whit-mHughes, Mrs. Sue Payne, Mr. Green Raises Fine Peppers nth to Mr. Wallace Pieice, of Handy and daughter, Miss and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bland were in this city, was quietly solemnized Jim Webb (colored; has had a lir.e Louisville last week snopping. growth of green and red peppers at his at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in "Bread baking success is guaranteed garden down at Mr. Plank's place Louisville yesterday. Mr. and if you use the Lewisport Bwt Flour. Says he likes to have something to Mrs. Pierce arrived here last give away and has been giving h s night to he the quests of his par peppers to friends by the wholesale. MISS ADDIE DITTO ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce. ia er a Chapel Exercised Of C. H. S. e h, at-vs:-- Cloverport ivuaan Represented Mrs. oagta uuuli iuwii ;cai HCW I The Cloverport bold chapel exercise every Tuesday and Friday morning. Yesterday at H:3u a.m. an appropriate program wet rendered. Miss Btrtba Perkins played a special piano solo and the old standard songs were sung. The school is in bad need of song booiu. Prof. McCoy is anxious to make up the $100.00 halance on the piano. Any cah donation from friends and patrons of the Mbool will be appreciated. High-School They will be at home after Nov- enher the first at Hardin Grove, Ind. Return From Visit In Texas Mrs. Q, U. Watlington. of Stephens-porUMrJ.is. Hendricks, of Irvington, returned last week from a visit to their sister, Mrs. Kate Young, at Huston, Texas. They had a delightful visit and liked Texas. s. Office In Fine Shape KENTUCKY WINS BANNER SCHOOLS Dinner For The BARE Oscar Dove Hi aent at the L. H & St. L. depot at Stephensport, is receiving many compliments on the splendid shape in which he has hla office. He is one of the most depend able ftgtatl on the route. FOR MOST SUNDAY Des Moines, HINTS OF THE TILE PLANT'S LIFE at Louisville and the home "Mocking Bird Valley", of Mr. Artila Cox, Jr., near Louisville. If you lire in Cloverport, visit the tile plant. It will afford you u bit of civic-pridto str that your home town has such a splendid manufactory. Its pay roll amounts to 91200 a month and 111 mid summer thirty or forty men are giveu employment. Nearly ten thousand dollurs worth of imorovemenls has been made recently. Twenty tons of clay and shale are molded into roof tiling, door tiling and trimmings daily. Over 12,000 tiles are made each day the plant is running. Mr L. A. Murray makes the b Ik of the trimming by hand. These sell from three to six dollars a set and are beautiful roof ornaments. It is interesting to see how a batch of gray clay can be changed into a useful article, brilliant in color and perfect in shape. Mi Louie Diueubdch is steuograpn-e- r for Mr. Bowne. He and book-keepis planmng to attend the clay exposition iu Chicago next spring la., Oct. l.v Kentucky Little drops of water, won the national banner given to the Little grains of sand Might make Cloverport famous largest number of Sunday schoolt in )ver all the land. the first rank class. The banner is presented by the national committee Russel Sage, the man who never of the Bible School workers of the Dis- took a vacation, left his wife a fortune ciples of Christ of America in session 10 do with it what she pleased. Mrs. ( The grand jury adjourned Saturday morning after returning fourteen indictments. One agUiiist the Interna-tlona- l Harvester Company, two against Railroad Company for failure to the pic ide a suitable waiting room at , one for one for murder, one for unlawfully injuring culvert on the public highway, one for writing .1 forged check, two for gaming, one lor maintaining a public nusiance, one tor grand lareeuv , one for hog stealing, and one for erimiua carnal knowledge. Miss Ethel Board, of Texas, after a Board, of rtit to Dr. and Mis Milton Judge and ptouisville, is the guest of Mrs. Milton Board. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robertson, of house-breakiug- I Sage is building a model town on Long Island and has been named Forrest Hills. Five hundred homes are beinii built with every modern convenience and will be rented to working men of ordinary means ut the prices they are able to pay. The dormer windows of these houses will be covered with tile shingles from Cloverport, made by the Murray Rooting Tile Company. Will Celebrate Next Tuesday Mr. K. Bowue, treasurer of the company, said Friday that the plant had The one hundredth anniversary been on a boom siuce last spring. They of St. Uoinuuld's church will be have shipped roofing from the east to celebrated next Tuesday and Wed- the extreme south coast. Among the local houses they have covered have nesday etoler 24 and !!.". been: H. B. Miller's home in Owens la cordially invited. Basboro; Broadway Methodist churca in ket dinner will be served on tbe I udmn.ipolis; R. C. Spencer's residence 'at River Forrest, 111.; Parkland Library grounds. I I Moines today. Kentucky has 136 Sunday schools in the first rank clsr of schouls which meet all of the specifications laid down by the National committee. The banner will be placed In the care of the State Sunday school Superintendent for Kentucky, B, 1'razee. W in Des ,( y yesterday. Everything from fried chicken to pumpkin pie with whipped cream was prepared in honor at the home of Mr. I). II. Severs. Judge McDerinott is a relative of Mrs. Severs mid the big pot was put in the little one for him. Plates were laid for the Mr. 1). II. Sever-- . following: The Hev. Mr. Frank Lewis, Dr. Boone, Mr. 11. L. Stader, Democratic cominitteeiiinn, Mr. John A. Barry, mayor of Cloverport : Mr. John D. Habhagc, editor of tbe Hreekenridge New, and Mr. Oris. A. runner, principal of Cknerporl High School. Mr. McDerinott spoke here last night. Attorney V.O. Habbage, of this city. spent last week in Hardmsburg and K. .1. McDerinott missed the was called there again this week. Ha best dinner of his life when he enjoys his visit there with his sister, Mrs. Kliza Taylor, and also attends missed the train for Cloverort the big revival at the city hall. Democratic Candidate For Lieut. Governor. Pleasant Stay At The County Seat. Dies Of Diphtheria. ol Mi Kosa Dawson, the three year old child and Mrs. Charlie Dawson, died Monday. The funeral and burial was held yesterday. She was the granddaughter of Mrs. Fiancis Thompson. i Can You Write A Letter? Louisa Closter Hale laments in tha November SMAKT SET tha almost total loss in these commercial days of what was once a tine ar. that of latter writing, and with the encouragement of the magazine outlines a contest to develop whatever ability to expreaa ou paper tha finer feelings of love aud friandahip we have left within us. Prizes are offered for ttie bast specimens of letters aubrnittad -- letters of love, of friendship and aeutimant. " i I I i tDri nine every Way Exeapt to Its i ; r The Senate Will Miss ; Taking Candy Froma Baby Is hard, and Joe Bailey I Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is a great remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieves the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. had my back hurt in the Boer Wr two yean nan I in San rranrl-w.car u 'lit by a Mrcet (it in the aame place. 1 tried all kinds dep. without Two weeks gn 1 saw your lini ment in a drug store and got a bottle to try. The tirst applic ation tausrri instant relief, and now except for a little stiff- neat, I am .ilmost well. FLKTCHKR NORMAN. Whntier, Calif. a, id It It Normal In is normal In Tills pec leucetl It every way except as to Its feet has six hoofs, no two of which are alike, and Is compelled to wnlk with the aid of n wooden lee liecause ol the exceptional malformation of Its left fore foot. Thia foot tapers to a Ft. mule a jmmet TAX NOTICE Gentlemen I am gmK to meet you once to collect your tax just as hard to TAKE CREDIT. from old reliable customers, but we must inaugurate ;i...the.. Cash System In our drug store Wednesday, November 1st POSTIVELjY.NO EDIT JOSKI'H W. BAILEY SBNATOlt who will rotlro at of his present torm, March :i, 1013. hns len In the foromost ranks of the DomcvTatle party for fifteen years, lie first entered th house In ISM when twenty- At thnt time, It lfl riKlit yenrs old. rcLit.'d, he vi nt to the lnte Dnvid n. ("iillierson, father of Senntor Culber son, who wns thi n a rateraa nembtr of the kmk He asked Dnve nl bWWB what he considered the ln'1 way lo rise to distinction in public life. "Young iiinn," said the elder Culberson, "study the constitution." Tin- young congressman proceeded to MMlyM the vciiernble document, and much of his present day reputation as a constitutional authority Is due to his Ml1 studies. Hnllry rose rapidly. In the Fifty-flflcongresses, while and I still In his early thirties, he was the minority leader of the house, and his blllty as an orator spread over the country. Itnlley was first elected to the senate In 1!K11, and during the first years of his service in that body he bade fair to become the Democratic leader there. Hut the assault made in Texas on his political Integrity, growing out or his relation to the reincorporation Oil company aftof the Waters-Piercer It had been ousted from the state, Injured his prestige in Washington. More recently his Influence suffered bcause of his enthusiastic espousal of Senator I.orimer's Interests and because he put himself In opposition to tho principal measures and policies adopted by a majority of Ills Democratic colleagues in both houses. A desire to dictate to his colleagues with them rather than to dominated Bailey. Outbreaks of his h ifty-slxth e Irvington, Webster, Clifton Sample, Fli Bar October 20th 24 4t "I Here's Proof. Milk 25 Lodiburg, Stephcnsport, Chenault, 44 SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. Mt5S E. Rim of ltrooldyn, N.Y., writes: "Sloan's l.ininiont is ikebMl I have used six botfor rheumatism. tles of it and it is grand." mi .. 26 27 28 30 44 31 Mooleyville Frymire, November 1 Please meet me promptly tujs(Hr aFT .' n 1 l wrrn bix hoops. S. W. BASSETT, D. S.J Sold by all Dealers. Price, 25c, 50c., and $1.00. iijrl fi Sloan's Morses, WBstrHilLy 1FZWMh 'TjBBr fr'J trVl-K- J II ,,nd Poultry rent free. point, there being n hoof or toe six Inches long at the end. Growing nt right ancles from the left fore leg is another leg. at the end of which Is another slender hoof eight Inches tons. The riirht fore foot has a tfintbfc ei hoor. the rt?ht ht '"l 'oof Is ,' . e 'eft MtM like that of (IKil hoof If, an im"e'' few J IK o'i The WWIi' w el-v- :' You Can Make One Friend That Will Not Turn You can be making a great friend every day a friend that will see you through every trouble by building yourself a bank account in The First State Bank of Irvington. And it is not only the money you lmve in this bank that will be an help, or the absolute seeut ity, but the conservative aid and counsel in tinancial matters that this bank is always ready to extend to its depositors. Hank here by mail just as easily and safely as in person ever-present Baby won't suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Ivclec-ti- c Oil at once. It acts like magic. A BOON TO ANY STATE. TWO TRUSTS ARE will be made our set rule You know the little things charged, soon willjmake an account run up 1911, by American Tress Association. JOHIl'H W. BAILKT. to a big amount.. I tsjbeLtejjtolo without what you want than to charge it and have to pay for it after it is gone, Learn The Cash System IRVINGTON PHARMACY, IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. temper have been BBMHHHi leading at one time to an exchange of blows with Senator Beverldge on the floor of the senate and more recently in 'resigning" wbMI the Democratic side, in the closing days of the (Sixty-firs- t congreaa, last March, refused to follow him in voting for the rat ideation of the Arizona constitution. While Bailey was a member of the house and (of some year-- ; alter lie M4 been elected to tho senate he refused to wear evening clothes, but later acquired t bo habit One peculiar thing about Bailey's record is that he has mor been the author of a great piece of legislation Off oven of a great and lasting amendment b a memorable piece of legislation. Tills is remarkable when it is remembered how often and at what length he has debated great bills, lu fact, ho introduced very few bills of a public character white la tM senate. Nevertheless he will be missed. Senator Bailey was born in Copiah county, Miss., ou Oct. ti, IMfc and was admitted to IM bar just twenty years later ll? served as u district elector on tkt Cleveland and loiidrlcks ticket In l.HN") lie removed to T as in issl. and located at (Jaiuesx Hie, his present home He served as elector for the state at large on tho Democratic ticket ill ISSN. He was elected to the Flf-t- j , MCOOd, Fifty third, congresses. Kifty tiflli and Fifty-sixtOn Jan. 'JII, IBM. he was chosen i'ult-o- d Slates senator to succeed Senator in He was Mora e Chilton 1 Fifty-fourth- l!Mi7. After his retirement Senator Bailey make his permanent home in Washington and will have law otllces in New York city. A successor to Senator Bailey will he selected at a primary next July. Those mentioned us candidates Include Oovernor O. B. Colquitt, ex Governor Thomas M. Campbell. Colonel Jake Wollers, leader of the untlprohibltlou-:st- s lu the recent state wide election; 1'houias Bull, leader of the "drya" In the sumo election: Congressman Ball tall. Cone Johnson and Judge William I'oiudexter. The hitter two were cuu-- I d ites for governor at the last will Value of a Hard Wagon Road to the Farmer. Tho reduction of a cent or two in railroad rat or I similar Increase is of far less Importance to the farmer than the condltUm of the wagon rond on which he bulls his produce to the railroad. If he must waste a day going and coming, if lie must haul a small load (J. S. Steel and Harvester Cor- for fear of getting stuck en route, if sometimes he cannot get through the road at all. even though the market porations Wish to Dissolve, price of b'J product be at that time unusually high, what does a alight!) lower or rlgkef rate on the railroad , PROSECUTION, profit or bill in Rial WOULD AVOID On the ot'ier hand, a hard, level road He can make the is his good servant. trip tlioreo i quickly at almost any sea Steel Trust to Divide Into Three Com- - son of the year lie can haul a large load and s. have to make the trip lee la to Split Into the Four Original frequently. A good road means, there Companies. fore, a pra'tleal reduction in Ike cost of getting his products to market, li Following conferences in which J. I. moans mora DXne for every bushel of organ, Jacob D. sdiiff, Qoorgt W, wheat or potatoea or other crop. 11 Porkkia and Blbert H. Gary took part, means a lower cost for all the supplies it va;i announced that the steel trust he buys in teWB. Miui'o.ipolis Journal aud Hie harvester trust would like to avoid federal prosecution by dissolvThe best plaster. A piece of flatint-ing. dampened wltk Chamberlain's LiniThe steel trust is s;iid to be pracon over the affected tically ready now to break up, but the ment and bound Inirve.Jcr trust can h nothing posi- ptrts is superior to a plaster and costs tive uuiil the next meeting of the di- onlv one tenth as much. For sale by all re tor-- , whi h is set for Oct. U lu desleri. Chicago, The dissolution plana tacitly agreed FLATTERY'S PLEA. ou are as foil ws: The United Sl. lies Sieel corporation the sieel l rust Is to separate into Wants to "Get Off the Earth" to Cure His Eye Trouble. three compnntM, DM con: rolling the The (strangest proposal of several king business, another the railsieeln '3 to road and boal lines aud the lii.nl ore hundred made lo Melvin Vauimandur--'hget a berth on the dirigible Akron lands l attempt to fly across the The government insists that the eni lib v. as made by A. J. tire sieel tratle be given a right to b" ON 00 the same tonus as the rutlnM Vl 'lattery wauls a "chance to get SCulcs Steel oorp'ratioii and that the 1 mllroAds transport all tliaracfor of off tin? earth," even for u brief period iiiorch.intliso, iic aiiling stool protlucts, and believes !t will cure an ailment without any tlis riiuinatioii wliatever from which lie has suffered long years "I am afflicted with chronic neural in favor of t1: United States Stool corporation. It Is said (hat this plan has pia of both eyes," ho writes. "The sufboon very reluc tantly BCCVpttd by the fering 1 bare boon forced to stand directors of the United Itetea sie.l from my ailment for many years qual-blemo for the hardships and priva coriioralion. As tc) tlie InteriMtlOMl Harvester tions that an? apt to bo the lot of the coniprtny tlc hai .e !er trust the pro Akron's crow. I can stand it without gram is for it in iplil up Into the orig- it murmur and be useful, no matter inal four io po'. ations the Mct'ormiok what happens. "1 believe I have undergone more Barret, ting Machine eornpnn, tlM than mv full share of pnln In this Poo rilll I la r ester company, the llareslir company and the world, and although I wish you every suceoss in the expedition, I'm not I'luno .Manufacturing cninpan.v. l lic.v were joined in 180 in New afraid to pass In my choc ks if disaster ftraay with $120.0C(M)00 capital, of should overtake the ship. In fuct, I'd welcome a hanc e to got off the earth. which ijiCii.iicO.tmo was paid in cash. Following its ucipiisitiou of the four even If the perloil ho brief. "It may bo that a trip through the air noipantaa Hm oatpovMten look over and uiiiis at Akw , ; iefc over the ocean would effect a cure to vorka y yes. a thing that has baffled spe Falls. HI.; Newark Valley, N. f.J Auclallsts." burn, N. V.; St. l'aul and ( hlcago. The United Slates Sloel orporal lou, controls loss Wltk l,IOQuOOOl 00 Fame bick is one of the most common A few than 50 ler cent of the steel business foims of muscular thciiiuatl-ni- . of the country, according to its own applications Of Chnuiberlain's Fiuiment It, however, controls prac will give relief. For sale by all dealers. claims per cent or the steel ore re tl. ally undoing in the I'nlted St iles, and It Is saWl that both tho Stanley committee and tho attorney JBMHU regard lids as ; The average cost of hauling " the groalost menace to Hie ateel Indusone ton of produce one mile lu try of the country. the Fultetl States Is 2a cents; In i The Flitted Stales Steel corporation Kurope It Is N cents. With equal- - u owns In the Fulled Stales u railroad ly as Mod roads us the French )j mileage of PIH miles, wllh "10 miles of g, peusnut eujoya the American ..o.ooo.otio branches und spurs and IU0 mil s of farmers could save sidings. Its rallrouds have 1,108 loco' a year. Its motives iiiitl FMr.'.") freight cars. marine equipment conslsia of Ml stoam-ers- , stool barges, 70 wtsnleu bargea, Regulates the bowels, promotes easy ocean going sieainer and li tuiboatB. Ind., which it natural movcoieotf, cures conatlpattoo It owns the city of QtUf, Doaa'a KefculeU. Ask your druggiet baa couatructed at a coat of nearly for them, be a box. Money FIRST STATE BANK, READYJO QUIT J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE 1st AND 15th OF EACH MONTH THF. KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happenings and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from a scientific and economical standpoint. For a Limited Time THE KENTUCKY FARMER ....A N li.... At-V- THE BRECKENRIDGE Will be sent to prompt paying and new utweribwra both one year for NEWS toy nn uliUU In renewing state whether you want the Kentucky Flintier. Send subscriptions to a The Breckenridge News .: Cloverport, Ky. J. E. KEITH DEALERS (SL SON IN Granite and Marble Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. 44dait . DO YOU WANT A FARM? one-fouied ........ -- th have the liest of uiv farm lauiltill uotold; will sell (or or a cash equivalent, the balance ill payuieati to suit puichater. Tata land is located on the II iriliusbuig ami I.eitchfield road, ten minutes' driro Iiciin railroad statiou aail the same distance from Kingawood where is Klaflao4 College. District school will be built on or near this laud If you want a tarm don't fall to aee this Und. Also have two pan of work and a pair of large horses that I will sell. Write or Come to Hardlukbui u I C. L. blakd, HarcunsDurg, Ky. World's Series Results PHILADELPHIA 1 "IN A MD WAY" Following is tho result of tlio World' Scries of baseball being Many a Glovcrport Reader Will played between tho Now York Giants, of tho National Lcnguo and Feel Grateful For This tho Philadelphia Athetotics, of tho Amorican League: Second Gamo, at Philadelphia: First Game, at Now York: PHILADELPHIA 3 ' 2 NEW YORK NEW YORK 1 Free Railroad Trips To Louisville the Metropolis of the South the place to buy your Fall Merchandise to advantage Beginning September Miss Laura Hue Watllngton entered school at Hardinsburg Monday. Burman Dowell has just returned -' of Mr.nnd from Owensboro, where he has been Tho stork visited the homo ' Mrs. Joe Burdett Oct. 11 and left a fine visiting his sister, Mrs. Eldred Powers. Mrs. June Bandy, of Walnut Grove, ft 'nine pound girl. Born, to Mrs. Charley Pate, .Oct. 12, and Mrs. Clayton Crosson, of Lexington, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. a nine pound boy. MATTIVGLY When your back gives out; Becomes lamo, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set in, Your kidneys arc ''In a bad way." Kidney Don't delay use Doan's Chester Benvln is quite 111. Mrs. Ike Wells is 111. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawbon, of Clo-f- c vemort. are cuests of her sister, Mrs. Chester Beavin. Elden Frank is ill. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hambleton visit- -i ed Tom Hawkins and family Sunday. Misses Lula and Ethel Bland, who have been visiting relatives here have returned to their home at Leitchfield, accompanied by their cousin, Walter Is good evidence of their worth. Mrs Andrew H. Nichols, Fourth St., Cannelton, lnd , says: "My back was very lame and I had pains across my loins that caused tne no end of suffer-inI was troubled by dizzy spells, Arthur Ater last week. was extremely nervous and had so litAunt Susnn Allen has returned from tle strength that I could hardly attend Rome, Ind., where she has been visiting to my housework. When I read about relatives. Doan's Kidney Pills, I had my husband Dr. and Mrs. Shively entertained the get a box for me. Their use soon Conn family to supper Friday evening. brought relief and Improved my conGeo. Roberts, of near town, who un- dition in every way." (Statement givderwent an operation for the liver, is en April 17, I9O7. ' improving. Mrs. G. W. Payne and son, Gordon, On March 1G, 1910, when Mrs. Nichwent to Louisville Tuesday. ols was Interviewed, she said: "I gladCharl'e Waggoner went to Irvington ly recommend Doan's Kidnoy Pills g. Pills. Here and continuing until further notice we will rebate railroad fares according to the following plan: 1, p URCHASE a round trip ticket from your home to Louis ville. When you have completed your shopping in sales checks, which are given you with each purchase, 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 railroad fare. this store, take your return railroad ticket and sales Hawkins. Come in ana see my new line of Is visiting her sister, v Miss Settle Pate millinery. Mrs. G. W. Payne. jAjrs. Orville Frank, at Hardinsburg. Merchants all report a good trade Everett Frank went to Evansvllle Saturday. Monday to seek a location. Aunt Emily Foster is no better at Mr. and Mrs James Perkins visited writing. his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Perkins, this Peyton Canary ajid wife were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hawkins were the crnpsts of Mr. and Mrs. Wave Pate last Sunday. again. I do not think there is another kidney medicine on the market as good as Doan's Kidney Pills, especially for people of advanced age." Price 50 For sale by nil dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United 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. and Fourth Ave States. Remember Sunday. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewlsport BEST Flour. Many suilercrs from nasal catarrh say they get splendid results by using an atomizer. For their benefit we prepare Ely's Liquid Cream Balm, Except that it is liquid It is In all respects like the healing, helpful, pain allaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years. No cocaine nor other dangerous drug in it. The soothing spray is a remedy that relieves at once. All druggists, 75c, including spraying ytube, or mailed by Ely Brosi, 56 barren Street, New York. Good Luck For Another Year. shopping Saturday. Miss Lelah Bell Hawkins spent Saturday and Sunday at home. E. H. Shelman & Co., bankers, have Where u surplus equal to itu capital. is there another? Dr. and Mrs. Shively and daughter, Henryetta, returned from Louisville Friday night. Louis Warren and daughter were in town Saturday shopping. Otto Fox, who has been ill of tonsili-tuis able to be out again. Miss Ida Waggoner has a position as clerk at G. W. Payne's store. Miss Blanche Martin entertained in honor of Miss Corine Conn Thursday night. Mrs. H. S. English and daughter, Miss Etta, left Saturday for Christian county to live. Mr. English will go in They will be greatly a short time. s, take no other. the name Doan's and Farmer Rankin Tells How To Make Soil Pay. When David Rankin, the worlu's Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed missed. one dollar, (1.00) please continue sendFladge Jarboe, of Louisville, was in ing my paper. town Saturday. to your family, and good a - Best wishes Miss Maggie Pullman is visiting P Jp ck to The News. friends in Owensboro. Mrs. Eugene Reynolds, W. B. Gardner, of Chenault, was the West Houston Ave., Marshal!, T:xas. guest of friends Sunday. Bread baking success is guaranteed if STLPHENSPORT you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. r Mrs. M. A. McCubbins invites you to see her new fall goods of merchandise. Mrs. Elliott, of Illinois, is the guest of her brother, N. Barbee and family. Fine cooking stoves at Mrs. McCubbins. Mrs. G. W. Payne has returned from Louisville with a pretty line of goods. Grand Jury. N. T. Mercer, of McDaniels, foreman; J. W. Storms, McDaniels; James Flood, Stephensport; John Pile, Mook; G. B. Cunningham, Chenault; Henry Cashman, Raymond; John W. Jarboe, Axtel; W. A. Downs, Hardlnsburg; Miss Katie B.McKaughan spent Sun- John Owen, Glen Dean; Jno. Lyddan, Webster; John Richardson, Big Spring; day with her brother, Albert John A. Carman, Locust Hill. in Cloverport. Commissioner Walls made the followMrs. McCubbins has received a large of excellent cloaks for ladies and ing sales Monday: The Antha M. Rcb line children. Shoes with style and of good materBalltown. ial at Mrs. McCubbins. Tho Mary B. Oelze house and lot in Mrs. W. J. Schopp spent the week Cloverport, to Walter Oelze for 1050. end in Louisville. TheU. B. Barr tract of 132 acres, If vou need a heating stove, go to near Frymlre, to H.T. Gibson for $1350. Mrs. McCubbin's department store. Mrs. H. S. English, Jr., and children spent last week In town. erts tract of about 106 acres to Nat Roberts for 105. This land Is near Subscribe largest farmer, was asked to tell the secret of his success (he began by bor rowing $6 and died worth $5,000,000, all made in farming,) he answered promptly: "Success in farming consists in making every seed count. A good workman is cheap at most any price and a shiftless, careless man is dear if he works for nothing." Not long before he died Mr. Rankin amplified his views. "To make a profit the farmer, just as any other manufacturer, must reduce the cost of pro duction," he said. "I saw this long ago and when I saved a hand's wages by the use of a new piece of machinery I felt pretty good; that was making money for me. We farmets must not only keep eternally at reducing the cobt of production, but plan a way to get the most out of our product. Use your head as well as your hands, for it is the little savings that make up the profits nt the end of the year. It takes the sharpening of wits all the time." The fertilizer problem is one of the mobt serious confronting the farmer today. Shall he open up his fields to the commercial article or shall he husband his own resources and maintain the fertility of the soil by returning to it the elements of which it was robbed in producing a crop? The answer is simple. A ton of average fresh manure contains ten pounds of nitrogen, live pounds of phosphoric acid and ten pounds ot potash. At the prices which these ele ments of plant food would cost in commercial fertilizers the value of manure would be $2.50 a ton. This does not take into uccount the value of the organic matter furnished, which may be greater than that of the plart food. That this theoretical valuation is very conservative is shown by the result of many field experiments, by various experiment stations and by practical farm ers. The value as shown by the Increased crops has equaled and often exceeded this theoretical valuation. An experiment conducted in Jasper i bacon a son INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky v: "'""'mmMMiMiI J THE OLD RELIABLE i BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing, Raised through thrco panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. An absolutely Safe Place EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 (o do Business. 3 per cent on Time Deposits AND PRONOUNCED A BY STATE BANK EXAMINER No. 1 County, Missouri, resulted in an acre, which has been treated with eight tors bushels of of manure yielding sixty-fi- ve corn, while an acre immediately ad- -( joining which had not been treated with natural fertilizer yielding only Extwenty-nin- e and a half bushels. periments conducted at Columbia, in the same State, resulted as follows.: A tract on which corn had been grown continuously for twenty ears yielded only three bushels to the acre. Immediately adjoining, a tract planted in corn for twenty years, but which bad been liberally manured, yielded thirty likewise adjoining, on which corn had been rotated with oats and clover, bushels to the acre, yielded forty-nin- e fa'tilt a fourth tract, immediately on which scientific manage- - Experienced Spinners; '20 Experienced Weavers; ners to learn and weaving. Good wages paid while learning. Steady work in large. ,.I. 10 HELP WANTED SO ti M i begin- D rooms. Air all coming into the mill is an ered; and cooled or heated as the season requires. Cannelton is a very desirable place to live and rent and living expenses are very low. Apply to .'. Well-liehte- d - - m INDIANA COTTON MILLS, Cannelton, lnd. busthelsto the cre. Another tract, ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS Of Baby's Arrival are made to order at The BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Office URCHASE a round trip ticket from your homo to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this ntoic. von you with each purchase, to tho credit, (boutu end ot vmivvotum ticket and vour sales checks.. which n Round Trip buildin") first floor, and wo will refund to you in cash 5 per cent of your total purchases up to tho amount of your Come to Louisville at Our Expense Jl Printed in Old English or Engravers Text Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Per Hundred 'with Envelopes fi ni. ini u Railroad Faro. Notice to Correspondents are assured of its nuthoritj . Correspondents please mail your items on Saturday night so they will bo in tho News oilico by Monday morning. merit had been practiced to the extent Town Creek Bridge. of both rotating crops and manuring Town Creek bridge being built by the field, yielding sixty bushels to the Bonier & Company Is progressing niceacre. Technical World Magazine. ly. John Lvwis Cummings, who was slightly Injured last week when the From Far Away Texas. bank caved in, Is all right now. lind Dear Mr. Ilabbage:--Knclos1 money order for which please keep Mr. Chism Builds Home The News coming to my address. Mrs. K. E. Bewley, Tom Chibiu has bought ftom O. T. McKinney,Collln Co., Texas. R. l.Box 82 Sklllman the lot on High Street next to A. R. Fisher's place and will build a home there. ed Girls' Dresses A very lurgo assortment of colorings and smart models, raado of percale and linon, with either high collar and long sleeves or Dutch neck, to bo worn with guimpes. Regular val- - Oi ... ues $1.25 to 11.75 ut 0 lUU Girls Guimpes of White Batiste, trimmed with rn tucks; two models OUu tit Women's, Misses' and Girl's Gymnasium Bloom ers. $1.25 Navy blue, regular value at .... 75C Asrain wo request you to ALWAYS SIGN YOUR NAME to your letters. We cannot afford to publish matter unles!! wo rr Misses' and Children's Sweaters; all wool, double and single breasted models, red, white ftn and gray; prices $ 1.25, $2.25 and .. . . OZi I 0 yr N. 1 Waists Womons' Waists of white batiste, new fall models; high collar and long sleeves; elaborate usage of tucking, laco insertion and French (M rn sido frill. Regular value .$2.75 ut. 0 i0U 1 The Stewart Dry Goods Co. Louisville, Ky. Subscribe Now DR. BEN L. BRAJNER Secretary of State, will address the voters of Breckenridge county in the Interest of the Republican State Ticket at HARDINSBURG, MONDAY, OCT. 23 At 1 o'clock p. m. THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAGE SONS' PUBLISHING Everybody is urged to hear him JOHN W. to watch the gas. A little gas is a dangerous thing and can not bo too cautious about turning it ofF in the- stoves our psoplo both at night and in tho day time. Wo Clovcrportcrs havo absolutely no lire protection and it is well not to forget tho peril in which wo live. house-keeper- LANGLEY, Chmn. NEWS, CO. s r LOUISVILLE, KY. Railroad Fares Refunded October 9 to November 18 n " i Issued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cents per lino, and 5 cents for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Ho is a pleased with tho life long Republican and a lino man. Ho is not action of the Republican convention in turning down two stanch Republicans and temperance raon and naming a man whoso title is not Mr. Bruington and clear as regards temperance and local option. his friends arc rebelling against tho action of that convention henco his candidacy on tho prohibition ticket. C. L. Bruington's announcement appears in this issue. w Ready-to-wea- Mail orders filled with tho bct values in stocky and on mail order purchases of five dollars or more, wo pa forwarding charges to points within 200 miles. Associate Justice John M. Harlan, of the Supremo Court of the United States, often proclaimed tho great constitutional authority of tho day, onco aconspicious figure in national and Kentucky Republican politics and a long loader in Presbyterian Counsels, passed away years old. Saturday. He was seventy-eigh- t Hon. Silas M. Peyton, of Elizabethtown, Independent candidato for Governor, will speak at Ilardinsburg Thursday, October 19, at 12:30 p. in. Women's and Misses' r for fall and winter Women's and Misses' Coat Suits SERGES, WORSTEDS And GOODS All tho now colors; in plain and fancy mixtures; plain tailored or braid and velvet trimmed; new collars, cufl"s and skirts;the very best Qt)r possible values at .... qZO i UU ROUGH-FINISHED Garments IRISH LINEN THE LATINO OF CONCRETE WALKS IN BRECKENRIDGE. Concrete walks are getting to bo, a movement that is reaching all over the county. Father Knue, the father of good roads, hns also from St. taken hold of the work and is building a concrete f a mile, and Mary's church to McQimdy, t distance of clear through the business section of the town. The estimated cost is $1800. Free labor given in the movement has cut the expense down to $000. The town of Glen Dean 1ms let the contract for three hundred 3'ards of concrete pavements. Ernest Ekridge has the contract. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot is having concrete walks laid at his home Concrete material is very here and a concrete floor in his garage. popular and we are glad to sec our people using it. Mr. Ed. Whitehead, who takes many contracts for it, put in a small walk for us Fri day. He has a contract for Bolder, Weatherholt & Company at Concrete, he says, has to be made exactly right and of the best grades of materials, if not, it lasts only a short while. Mr. Whitehead understands the work thoroughly. And the beaut' about using concrete, it is a home made product, except the cement, and that comes from our neighboring county of Meade. Ma' be you havo never thought of it, but we have four big crushers going every day in Breckenridge, turning out thousands of tons of this valuable product. "Made in Breckenridge" should be the slogan when you speak of concrete. Another thing is to be remembered in the development of this great industry, it is all due to our railroad, the Henderson Route. It has opened up the way into the hills and by ways, attracted enterprising men and capital into our midst. The' are coming gold dollars of a raw material that has been lying dormant for thousands of years. side-wal- k three-fouithsoIrv-ington. Women's and Misses' Tailored Waists PURE Laundered collars and cuffs; narrow plaits down frpntjpock-e- t on side; a perfect fitting waist. weok LITTI.K STOHIKS WH1TTKN While The Press BY LOUISK Thmders tf at On sale this SI .50 Soft A coming one for women who dress well, is to wear a bow of ribbon not too large at back of the collar as high as possible. The bow to bo perfectly must match, tho dress or coat correct, suit in colon. 0-- smart Idea new and a most be- tic to get my house cleaned and in order before my husband got home," said a Cloverport house keeper sometime ago. "When he would come in I would be in the rocker as though I had been a lady of leisure all day. Every night he asked what I had been doing and because I was not showing how hard I had worked, he thought my hands had not been turned. After that I decided to take things slowly and cor" sequently the house was never straight." One night her husband said to her shortly after ho had been home and she was still busy about the house: "My dear, seems you have a lot of work. At first I thought you had nothing to do; now, 1 am beginning to open my eyes " 0- -00 Women's and Misses' Man-Tailor- ed ALL-WOO- Skirts NOVELIT BLACK TAFFETA finished; tailored style; tucked L self-covere- 0-0 SKIRTS Gray or tan mixtures; panel back and front; plain tailored or trimmed with buttons; dr nn d on sale ".My Beautiful Lady," from the musical comedy, The Pink Lady, is a popular new waltz. 0-- at u)3iUU at. button front; high neck and long sleeves. The best value possible to offer . $2,! 0-0 - lew' cut the train. She belonged to one of the oldest residents of the East side, who is as kind to dumb animals as to little children. A touching sight it was to see the sulTering cow look up to her owner for relief. He knelt down bv her. patted her face; "You know me don't you?, but I can't do any thlntr for vou." His gentle, tender voice revealed the following words: "If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; TAKING COLLECTIONS FOR PREACHERS. If I can ease one life the aching, The way in which tho members of tho Lucilo Memorial church Or r.ool one pain. compensated tho Rev. Mr. Crawford is one to be highly commended. Or help one fainting robin into his nest again, The oll'cring given him was voluntary and not a cent was asked for I shall not live in vain." publicly or privately. Tho only mention made of the finances of tho 0-0 meeting was merely a few words of thanks extended at the closing to almost work myself fran "I used service by the Rev. Mr. Adair. Tho manner in which collections are customarily taken at revivals for tho visiting ministers often times kills the very zest of tho MARSHALL NORTON fccrvices. If a man's heart has been touched, so bus his pocket-boo- k A WINNER and tho more modest tho method of paying the preacher, the better it FOR REPRESENTATIVE speaks of him and those who give. Liberal offerings should bo to these faithful, earnest servants, but should be done in a way most befitting to the cause. Wo think that tho homo preachers Marshall Norton is pledged to sup financial compensation as well as tho evangelists for tho bulk of port the county unit measure and to After the evangelist leaves, ho has vote for all temperance measures, and the work falls on tho pastor. He is a young man of he will do left a nursery of children to bo cared for like babies and if they are temperate it. habits. His family, in fact, not, they fall out of the church and loso interest in tho step thoy have are all temperate and law abiding citi to tho ovangelist, think of zens and can be trusted. Why not cast taken. When you open your pocket-boo- k homo who is ovor ready to respond to any call in your vote for Norton if its temperance your preacher at you wantf time of health, sickness and trouble. Last week a fine cow got her off by Velvets and Silks BLACK VELVETEEN; full inches wide; perfect in color and weave; a popular item in last week's sale;regular 75c value. We have received an extra shipment which wo will place on sale Monday 22 Popular Autumn Mr. AbeSkillman says a meeting is never a revival until the meeting is over. Jf the church has been revived, then the meeting was a revival. 0 0- at 49C -0 0-- Don't turn down a man this year," the fortune written on a heart drawn by Miss Kathrine Moorman at a recent party. "Take this dope from me," spoke up a girl whose fortune said two marriages for her, "Don't turn down no man no year," was BLACK VELVET; full 19 inches wide; jet black; close, even pile; will keep its color and give excellent wear;regular .$1.10 valuo;on oalo Mon- - on-da- y at ouu For Representative We are authorized to announce C. L. Bruington, of Hurned, as a candidate for Representative of Breckenridge county on the Prohibition ticket. A BLACK VELVETS; full 19 Inches wide; soft,mellow black; all silk pile; Crosier back; exceptional value; regular nrn $1.25 grade; on salo at JJOC FANCY SILKS; full 20 inches wide; white ground, with beautiful floral elfects;very appropriate for waists and trimmings: an extra good value and worth $1.00 a yard; on 7Qn salo at I JJ BLACK SILK POPLIN; full 24 inches wide;soft in texture; dull lustrous finish; will give splendid wear and is one of our best values;regular OT jOC $1.25 grade; on sale at FANCY MARQUISETTES; full 27 inches wide; satin stripe, with exquisite floral effectsjvery popular for kimono waists. Tho assortment includes blaok,navy, white, tobacco brown, reseda and Egyptian blue; reg- - oq ar .$1.50 grado;on salo at OJjC ox-tend- Blankets & Comfortablep Tho best blanket mills in America manufacture our Blankets. e aro largo oporators and can afford to give you tho full advantage of quantity buying. Tho now Hotel Henry Wattorson is going to uso our Blankets and wo wish to sell you yours. COMFORTS; a good white cotton filled comfortable, for everyday or hotel use; regular $1.25 (1(111 value; salo price. each.... 31. UU COMFORTS: an extra heavy Cot-to- n TEDDY BEAR BLANKETS;also other designs in odd patterns to amuse the children; In pinks an blues;a good size crib blanket Q fiat, each OjG COTTON BLANKETSjwe offer for Monday an extra good r White Cotton Blanket; CI OC pink or blue border;a pair I . Z3 SPRINGFIELD BLANKETS; in assorted color plaids; also In white; pink or blue borders. Are good elevea quarter blankets; priced a Ci 01 Pair. at eleven-quarte- do-ser- New Implement. for home or hotel ooo SHOULD THANK OUR STARS. Did you over stop to think how well oil" you are? Especially, if you live in Clovorport whero wo are free from labor strikes. Mr. P. D. Plank, master mechanic of tho L. II. & St. L. shops hero, said last weok that he is having applications every day from men with largo families, wanting a job. They aro willing to work for a dollar a day. Men who have steady work should thank their stars and bo grateful for employment and peace. There aro few men in Clover port without work, but thoro aro sonio mon with work who aro not satisfied and aro unapprcciativo of tho positions given them. To bo ablo to appreciate a good job when you havo it, is ono of tho best tonics for happiness that can bo prescribed. Take care of your job, give to it tho host attention you can and your work will bo rewarded. The most uncertain j'obs in business aro thoso which aro certain. Keep uncertain enough to hold your place by working honestly and conscientiously. Bo true to your work and it will bo true to you. Norton is not only for temperance, but he is for a better system of public schools, better school houses, more of them and better pay for teachers, which is the foundation stone for all civil pride and the building up of character of the youth of our country. You get a boy into school, train him along right lines and he will have no use for whiskey. Norton deserves your support for his loyalty to his hobby the public schools. ooo When a man's relatives and neighbors have a good word for him regardless of his politics its a pretty sure sign that he's all right. That is what they tell us about Norton from his home town. g His father is a Republican and a good farmer. All his relatives are Republicans, but they are supporting him and working for him and want him elected. life-lon- On his farm near Union Star, 15. II. Slielmau is plowing 'his whtnt ground with a gang disc steam plow. It breaks fioiu seven to teti acres a day. lie follows up the plow with a 10,000 pound roller, follows the roller with a 100 tooth smoothing harrow, and his ground is like a truck garden. This is what we call intensive farming and the kind of farming that pays. Mr. Shelmau hns the first steam plow ever used in Breckenridge county. He says it saves him money and does his work more thoroughly that! by haud. lie is putting in 110 acres of wheat and is expecting big returns. ? comfortable, stitched and covered with silkoline. A warm bed vahrantd.:??.d EIDERDOWN vite you to look $2.50 QUILTS; we in- at our new stock of RAYMOND Miss Zelma Bruner visited at Fry-mi- re from Saturday until Monday. Roscoo Hendry sold a nice bunch of fat hogs to H, II. Norton last week. Mrs. Ottis Stiff and daughter, Mabel, Mrs. Jess Knott and daughter, Edith) and Mrs. Dessio Haynes attended the V finedownqulltsjrangiugin Ci 0Q price from fcO.OO each to 4W.1JO FINK WOOL BLANKETS; we oiler a very fine grade of. Bed Blankets, In white lamb's wool, manufactured l.y the best blanket mills In America; regular $13.30 values; special, a pair 10(111 at 9 IUiUU )4.9l a larf KOMFORTER COTTON; cotton bat, cheesecloth covered; 7$k 81 and heavy enoueh to make a. com. fort. This covering prevents the cot ton from getting Into knots; 1 ' Eft. our price, each l.39i f RE CAUTIOUS WITH THE GAS. Tho Cloverport Gus Conipauy is increasing its list of subscribers ovcry day and wo boliovo it is not presumptuous in us to remind tho entertainment night. Subscribe Right Now. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Ater and childMrs. C. L. Avitt has been soend Sunday ren left Sunday for California to wake several days at Addison and Cloy port. home, Success to them. Mrs. Winilcld Hendry has returned to their future Mr. Herman went to Ekron Tuesday Dread baking is guaranteed a Irvlngton after spending several days with Mrs. Z. C. Hendry. to work for his uncle, Amos Mattingly. if you use Lewisport BEST Four. ut Webster A fc . A.rl" 4k A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ll qulcklf abtjrbed. Gives Relief at Once. heals niiil protects tlio uhensfri mem- brnno resulting from Catarrh and drives away nCold in the Head quickly. Restores tho Senses of Taito and Smell. Full Mzo 50 cts. at Drugglits or by mall. Liquid Orcam Balm for uao In ntnmizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, GO Wnrren Htrett, Now York. It cleatj'es, soothes, Vhe Breckonridge News. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1911 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senntor, OLLIE M. JAMKS, pf Crittenden. For Governor, JAMKS B. McCREARY, of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor, H. J. McDIJRMOTT, of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS G. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, bf Dr O S. Mayer, of Washlnaton I). Walter Moorman, Jr., of Glen Dean, were hero Thursday. Postmaster Robert H. Woodf, of Louisville was here Thursday the Ruest of Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Oelze. Mrs. Iko Meyer, of Louisville, Is with her sister, Mrs Alvln Simons, who has been ill sometime. K. II. Shelmnn & Co., Is not the largest bsnk, but show us one with more protection for its customers. Mrs. jHines Cordrey has received Severn! beautiful benvers in different colors the smartest hats this season. Postmaster Leonard Oehe and Mrs. Oelze lelt jesterday to attend the Grand Lodge in Louiiville. Mrs. MnryB. Oelze left Saturday with her sou, Walter n. Oelze, to spend the winter nt his home in Cincinnati. P. U. Furireson went to Falls of Rough Friday to visit his wife who is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. MurC. and Ma-don- lc evening at her home in Fordsvillc in honor of Miss Heba Lewis, who became the bride of Mr. Ballard Wilson Thursday afternoon. Wat r t s. Wanted A Heme 1 ooo At the home of Mr 'and Mrs. Fred family In a Fraize Wednesday night, Mlse Anne WANTKD A Homo I.ury small I.nwion, Cull A Miss Ir presented with a vlriRton, Ky. Koutu I. hoxIO Sterett Jarboe was handsome silver meat platter in the For Sale Until November 15, 1911 name of the Mary Jane. Those present llurrcd Plymouth Koek CoekrrcK were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mr. IT Only tliolicsi lirocdlnjr stock offered for salo. Write for prices. Mrs. M. II. Greenand Mrs. Fred Fraize, Mr. and Mrs. wood, Irvlngton. Ky , bot.17, Will Pate, Miss Lizzie Sklllman, Miss Por Sale Margaret Skillman, Miss Jane Kino dunks for Halo. Apply to Moravia Miss Josle Raltt, Mr. Cha?. White, HtocK Karm, IlrandcnlmrK, Ky. Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe. War-field, ' CCooler weather calls for warmer garments; the thing now would' be SWEATERS For Men, Ladies and Children ooo Handkerchief Shower. Sterett Jarboe was com plimented with a handkerchief shower Thursday afternoon given by Miss Kathrine Moorman. The guests were received by Mrs. Sallie Moorman and Miss Martha Willis. Miss Eva Bell Plank presided at the punch bawl. The reception hall, parlor and dining room were used on the occasion, cut flowers and potted plants in each one The din ing room represented love's garden and was decorated with little gold hearts and large yellow chrysanthemums. The ices, cakes and mints were Miss Anne For Sale HAl.K-- A 15 liorsc power stationery Foil KhkIiio; Watklns mike, la Rood repair. HreckenrldRp News.C.overport, Ky. FOK HA IfKal Cloverport. Ky. I.K-De- ras, For Sale MortRiw and all kinds blanks. ilreckenrldgu Nows, CTwo more items well worth con- sidering these cool days are ray Tuttlc. Mrs. J. T. McDonald and two child ren, of Princeton, Ky., arrived y ester day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mat- tingly at The Casllc. Abe Bryant Is building a stock barn 30x30 for G. V. Eskridge at Sample. He is also building a five room cottage Scholarship In the IlowlIrR Unlvcrslt. Rood In any dot that University. IlreckenrldReNens, Cloverport, Ky. For Sale FOIt SALE-Bcliolur- ililp 1 UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY art-mrnt- For Men, Women and Children for Carl Armstrong. Harrison Blake has returned to n visit to At- WE Always carry a full line COME IN Fayette. of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public For Attorney General, JAMES GARNKTT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CRECELIUS, In- Miss Minnie Blake at her home nt 066 Fourth Street, Louisville. Miss Or Hendrick will ro to Brandenburg riday to attend the teachero' meeti"' and will leave Saturday for Lou' die to attend the Sunday School lanta, Ga., after his sister, struction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of Agriculture, J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, C entlon. k R. L. GREENE, of Franklin. For Representative Miss Claudia Pate was thrown from a riding in Nic.t-erso- n, horse while horse-bacKansas. Her collar bone was broken, but she is getting along nicely. Miss Pate expects to spend the Christ mas holidays with her brothor, Mr. Raymond Pate, of New Mexico. "Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour". MARSHALL NORTON Society Events Con. in yellow and white. A large gilded paper heart hung at the entrance and as the bride passed under it, the heart was broken and a shower of handkerchiefs fell on her head. The guests flshed for fortunes with gold poles and yellow ribbons. Some of the fortunes written on the hearts were: "A little flirting isa helpful thing." "You canac compllsh wonders by moonlight." "Men are running after you "Those who enjoyed the delightful event were: Mrs. Leonard Oelze, Mrs. Benton Eubank, Mrs. Jarboe, Ma. Bowne, Mrs Phelps, Mrs. Ira Behen, Mrs. Randall, Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis, Miss Margaret Burn, Miss Heyser, Mrs. Fred Ferry, Miss Skillman, Miss Margaret Skillman, Miss Anne Jarboe, Miss Irene Jarboe, Misses Plank, Miss Ella Moorman Smith and Miss Babbage. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Them J. C. NOLTE & BRO CLOVERPORT, KY. GIBSON & SON .w- (OsMEM AM Ag IMPIFE -j em Henderson Route Notes 3.00 143 IN CL0VERP0RT SOCIETY Lewis-Wilso- f LOCAL BREVITIES 1 n ooo Wedding. of turn Oct. Cloverport to Lonisvilleand re 1.V1G and for trains 140 and of 17th, good to return Oct. 2.1. See Brown's ad on page 8. Gilbert File, of Custer, weut to Louis- &?" w r ville Monday. Miss Mary Jurbge' is home to attend nuptials. the Jarboe-Ram- p of Hawesville, arrived Mrs.jgtfebbf Saturday to visit Mrs. Abe Sklllman. Mrs. J. H. Rowland is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Babbage in Louisville. Mrs. L. V. Chapiu and daughter, Maydee, weut to Louisville yesterday. Mrs. John Kincheloe.ol Hardinsburg, is the guest of Miss Lula Severs today. Wanted, a colored cook. No washing rt. or ironing. Mrs. A. B Skillman, Clov-erpo- A. H. Oelze has returned from Indiana, and is not much improved in health. i Miss Viola Lewis, of Irvington, spent with Mr. and Mrs. David the week-en- d Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McAfee, of Irving-to.were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Heniy Yeager Sunday. Mrs. James Cordrey bought a new line of handsome millinery from Cin- contest furnished entertainment for In their effort to make the Panarra the guests after which ices, nuts and Canal Exposition in lql5 the "biggest collee courses were served. The guests were: Mrs. Phelps. Mrs. Eubank, Mrs. show on earth," the people of San Will Pate, Mrs Tra Behen, Mrs. Jar- Francisco have thrown their modesty boe. Mrs Harry Newsom, Mrs. 11. L. to the winds and instead of placing the Oelze. Mrs Moorman, Mrs. Fred Ferry, show in San Francisco they have put Mrs. Fred Fraize, Miss Warfield, Misses Sklllman, Misses Plank, Miss Hey- San Francisco in the show. That Is ser, Miss Severs, Miss Smith, Mrs. just what the plans adopted for the excinnati Monday. Abe Skillman, Miss Irene Jarboe, Miss position mean as the exposition buildooo Remember a subscription to the Martha Willis. Miss Kathrine MoorMiss Thompson, of Furdsvilla, gave man, Miss Viola Lewis, Miss Anne Jar- ings have been placed here and there Breckenridge News makes an enjoythroughout the city so that to visit a miscellaneous shower last Tuesday boe and Miss Babbage. able Christmas present. n, Green and White Shower. Mrs. Fred Fraize was hostess last Wednesday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower given for Miss Anne Sterett Jarboe, whose marriage to.Mr. LeRoy Ramp will be solemnized this afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs. Fraize was assisted in receiving by Miss Jane Warfield. The house was decorated in cut flowers and masses of ferns. Green and white 'being carried out in all the appointments. The dining room in which the shower took place, was charming. A large white paper wedding bell hung from the center of the celling from it were mounted four large columns of white tulle reaching to the corners of the dining table. Tall graceful candle-stick- s with green shades furnished the lights. A little house boat of white carnations and ferns was the centerpiece and it was crowded with lovely gifts. On each end of the table were the bride's wedding slippers. These were filled with hearts tied with green ribbons and drawn by the guests. Miss Margaret Burn drew the dime and Miss Kathrine Moorman the gold ring. The darning needle was unclaimed. Delicious ices in green and whltd were served. Tobacco Is Housed. The marriage of Miss Reba Lewis, Fordsville. and Mr. Ballard Wilson' of Louisville, was solemnized ThursHitwcavillc, Ky., Oct. IS. day afternoon in the parlors of the Practically till the toliacco of tho Rudd. The wedding was a very quiet one, on account of a recent death in the county has beun cut and housed, family. Only the Immediate family and though the weather has been and a few friends were present. The too cloudy and wet for the most ceremony was performed by the Rev. perfect curing, it is expected that James T. Lewis, father of the bride, the crop will be cured in good and was both beautiful ar.d impressive. The bride was charmingly gowned in condition, and that, as lini bei-a brown traveling suit and carried a thought for tho past few week:, boquet of bride's roses. Mr. and Mrs. it will be the best quality in years Wilson left immediately for Chicago though short in quantity, because and the East, for a two weeks' trip. of the less acreage that was Owensboro Messenger. E. Bowne's reception given To Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister, Miss Anne S. Jarboe, was delightful. Five hundieJ and a llower Mrs We Hill j,'ic counsel to anjore wanting 1 1 to make imestments here at home or elsewhere. SATE iinestmeiits. It is our business to keep in touch Our business is When you want lo DF.P0S1T wiili PttliHTABl f. keep the dollars in this community A'ONLY motinjr and working. come to see us Transform A City A Into World's Fair. THE BANK Let OUR tfank be YOUR Hank. w e pay i interest & on Time deposits. OF KARl!SBUR6 TIU3T IP.. KaitJiiiiturg, Ky. I &ywHiiw.KUBMyiKg35ar?g P1 0 " M'''M'""WM""""W"MWM''" - HARDWARE Rock Bottom Prices. 1 .i them all, the truest within the city is probably the most unique ever gates must trr.ver.se tho entire municand i described in detad. uith ipal area. In other words San Francis illustration, in the November Popular co Itself will be the Panama Kxposl-obeen adop'ed Mechanics Magazine. The plan th it dr-vi- sel, n. hi T7.m '" An Increased Stock at Prices That will Compete with Any City Firm is what we Otter. 0 us larger quarters and better facilities than ever opposite our old OUR large new building position to "talk stand gives to persons desiring anything in the hardware li ne at business" We are in a our stock,' added several New Lines to our mammoth assortment. 0 We have increased We have a large stock of 0 Don't lot your wife or daughter Worry with an old cook Our new stove. line of cook stoves is the best we have Cement, Patent Plaster, Builders' and Farmers' Hardware of Every Description Q Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painters' Supplies. Now is the ever carried at time for painting. Let us have your Fall order. We can prices that are in give yjou all needed information about paints. every man's reach. is Extended to you A Cordial Invitation Don't put off getting Wo Come to our store and rest when you are in town, flake our place your headquarters. your stove. We shall take pleasure in showing you our stock. We want your interest as well as carry Coles Hot Blast and Oak Heat0 your trade. ers and Oil Heaters We Can Get it For You Tell us What You Want. 0 o IRVINGTON, KY. IRVINGTON HARDWARE CO. CrsnlnU'n Ulir ilcW opcClalXlcS 1VU,., 0 L2 . x: . - -- -' D IOC The House of the By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN npi'.M Ann 1910. Whispering Kalhtrin Rohlfa Pines THE ants disturbed us by asking If we knew anything about Zadok. THK SrartlABOtn MOMENT. "He has not come home." said he, moment I felt Sweetwater's "and here Is a man who wants him." lifted from my sboulder "What man?" asked Arthur. sprang into the first hack I "Oh. that detective chap. Ue never could find Ml I'nde the driver will leave us alone." follow the Cumberland sleigh postI arose. In an instant enlightenl haste. 1 was determined to see ment hnd come to me. "lt'a nothing." cn a FTII xxx. pnrtance and went on doing Just as she bade me. Krtvlng In after the cutter. I drew up Into the shadows, where the gray mare was hid. and then, reaching out my hand to Miss Cumberland, I heled her out and Pate-face- d, went with her as far as the door. weak, and 'You may go back now." said she. 'If shaky women who suffer I survive the night I shall never for every day with womanly get this service, my good Zadok ' And weakness need the help I saw her lift her hand to the door, of a gentle tonic, witn then fnll hack, white and trembling. a building action on the whis'I can't.' she In the moonlight. womanly system. If you are pered over and over. 'I can't- - I " 'Shall I knock?' I asked. weak you need Cardui, " 'No. no." she whispered back. 'I the woman's tonic, because Let's see If want to go In quietly Cardui will act directly on there's no other way. Run alut the the cause of your trouble. I will submit to any houxe. Zadok. Cardui has a record of humiliation, only find me some enmore than 50 years of trance other than this' She was success. It must be good. so and her face looked so shaking ghastly In the moonlight that I was E 60 CHURCH DIRECTORY A Texas Wonder. Pale Faces (lit' The Texas Wonder cure kidney and bladder troublrt. removing gravel, cures diabetrs, weak and lemr backs, Baptist Church rheumatism, and all irregularities of nC. K the kidneys and bladder in both men RnptWt SuriUy MMM, !: I'riiyer McfMnr l.lahtfiMit. Ciipi rlnn ndrnt Wednesday 7 JO p. m. RaptM Aid Society and women. Regulates bladder troubm en Monday after demnd Snndsy. foclety every month. Mrs. A H tklllmn. President les in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on rencthodlat Church ceipt of f 1.00. One small bottle it.t wo m. Ira I. MeMi.Klln Sunday School. wry month's treatment and sclcom falls to Preaching aperlnteDdeni Rehen Sunday hi II h m nnd 7:.T0 u m K'rank perfect a cure. Dr. K. V. Hall, 2026 Pastor. Priiver nipptin Wednesday,? :.) p. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for HTvlcePtimUy m. Fpworth league, riiml ir p. m: huil new meeting Hrst Tuesday Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugnight each month. Ml Miirnrlt.e Mum. Ladle' Aid Kotletv n ts Hrst gists. President M "in lay each month Mrs. porrest blghi fool Cloverport Churches . !:). President. f.Hdles' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday n i very month. Mrs Vltelh Hatihaire, President Choir practice Friday night i :30, A. H Murray. Director DR. H. Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School 11:45 a m. Conrad Hlppel. Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sunday. Ke. Adair. Minister Prayer meet li g Tuesday. 7 :30 n ni. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third " ii d'-- every month. Mrs Chas. Satterfleld. President. J. BOONE Take CARDUI I Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. I to 5 p. m. Dentist Permanent Cloverport, Ky. Car-me- The Woman's Tonic could hardly suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am in good health." Begin Cardui, taking today. go. I Catholic Church Klrst Sunday of each month. Mass. "ertnon, and Benediction, !':00 a, m . other three Sundays at 10 15 a. m On week days Mass at 7:(0 n. ni. Catechetical Instruction for the children on Saturdays at i ill a, m , and on Sundays at a. m. and 2:30 p. m. life and reason she must know from I was not only n free man. but as innocent of the awful charge conveyed in Sweet wafer's action as was the brother, who had just been acquitted of it by the verdict of his peel s I must declare Mils, and she must believe M Nothing else mattered nothing else in all the world. That Arthur might stop me. lhat anything could step me, did not disturb my mind All that I dreaded was for a that I might find myself too late, that this second blow might have proved to bi' t much for her and that i should find my darling dead or passed from me into (hat living death which was the harder punishment of the Hut I was spared this killing two grief. When our two conveyances stopped it was in the driveway of her old home, and as I bounded upon the walk it was to see her again in Arthur's anus, but this lime with open eyes tod horror drawn features. "Ciirmei:" rushed In a cry from my Hps. "Deal believe what they say! I "cannot bear it I cannot bear It!" She roused; she looked my way and. struggling fo jier feyt held back With one hand while she searched my face, and possibly searched her own soul, for answer to my plea. Xev er was moment more surcharged. Further word I could not speak. I could only meet her eyes with the steady, demanding look of a despalrin;' heart. While Arthur, moved in every liber of his awakened manlmod, wailed, thinkmy own Hps that - ever cold Judgment might say against the gesture furtively made Arthur the meeting. I could not live In my said otherwise. present anxiety If the thnnderholt A few minutes later we were both In Which had struck her had spared her the driveway. "We are on the brink I and have (,'arinel see me. What- said I. with my eyes on Carmel. but was so weak Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, "DON'T BEt.IEVK WHAT TUFY BAT." lag, perhaps, bow few minutes bad passed since he hung upon fhe words Of a fellow being for bis condemnation to death or release to the freedom Which he now enjoyed Hut what an eternity A moment! before the rigid lines of her white, set face relax before I mark ed the play of human if not womanly emotion break up the misery of her look and soften her lips into some sem I.ove blonee of their old expression. might be dead, friendship, even, be a thing of the far past, but consideration was still alive, and In another In Htaut it spoke In these trembling sen tences, uttered across u threshold made sacred by a tragedy involving our three lives: "Come in and explain yourself. No man should go unheard. 1 know you will not come where Adelaide's spirit yet lingers if you cannot bring bauds clean from all actual violence." 1 motioned my driver away, and as Carmel drew back out of sight 1 caught at Arthur's arm and faced him with the Query: "Are you willing that 1 should enter? I only wish to declare to her and to have no means of you uu iunoccine proving, but which you cuunot disb-llevif 1 swear it, here and uow, by your sister Carmel's sacred disfigurement. Such depravity could not exist aa such a vow from the lips guilty of the crime you charge me with. Look at me. Arthur. 1 considered you; uow consider me." tjuickly be stepped back. "Enter." aid be. It was some minutes later I cannot how uiuny that one of the serv I u( 1 e of a surprise," 1 whispered. "1 think I understand this Sweetwater now." Zadok could not be found. He was wanted by the district attorney, who wished to put some questions to him. Were there any objections to his searching the stable loft for indications of his whereabouts? Arthur made none, and the detective, after sending the Cumberlands' second man before him to light up the stable, disappeared beneath the great door, whither we more slowly followed him "Not here!" came la a shout from above as we stepped lu from the night air, nnd In a few minutes the detective cntne running down the stairs, battled and very 111 at ease. Suddenly he encountered my eye. "Oh, I know!" he cried and started for the gate. "I am going to follow him." 1 confided to Arthur. "Look for me again tonight, or at least expect a message. If fortune favors us, as 1 now expect, we two shall sleep tonight as we have not slept for months." And, waiting for no answer, not even to see if he comprehended my meaning, 1 made a ruuv for the gate and soon came up with SueeTwaTer "To the cemetery?" I asked. "Yes; to the cemetery." And there we found him In the same place where we had seen him before, Ue was but not in the same position sunken now to the ground, but his face was pressed against the rails, and in his stiff, cold hand was clutched a letter which afterward we read. Let it be read by you here. It will explain the mystery which came near destroying the lives of more than Ade laidc: "No more unhappy wretch than I I goes to his account. killed her who had shown KM only goodness and will be the death of others if I do not confess my dreadful, my unsuspected secret. This is bow it happened. I cancannot even ask not give reasons. for pardon. "That night, just as I was preparing to leave the stable to join the other servants ou their ride to Tibbitt's hall, the telephone rang, and I heard Miss Cumberland's voice. 'Zadok.' she said, atul ut Brst I could hardly understand her, '1 am In trouble. I want help, and you are the only one who can aid me.' "I had been with her many years, and loved her as well as I could love anybody, though you won't think it when I tell you my whole story. What she wanted was this: I was to go to the ball just as If nothing had happened, but I was not to stay there. As soon as I could I was to slip out. get a carriage from some nearby stable and hurry hack up the road to meet her and take her where she would tell DM or, If I did not meet her, to wait two houses below hers till she came along. She would not want me long and very soon I could go hack and have as good a time as I pleased Hut she would like me to be secret, for her errand was not one for gossip, even Btini her own servants. I even tried to do better and be even more secret about it than she expeeted. Instead of rigs going to a stable, I took one of which I found fastened up In the big shed alongside the hall, and. being so fortunate as not to attract anybody's attention by this business, I was out on the road and half way to the Whispering Fines before Helen and Maggie could wonder why I had not asked them to dance. "A few minuies later I was on the hill, for the horse I had chosen was a fast one, and I was Just turning Into our street when I was passed by Mr. Arthur's gray mare and cutter. This made DM pull up for a minute, for I hadn't expected this, but on looking ahead and seeing Miss Cumberland pceilng from our own gateway I drove quickly on and took her up. "I was not so much astonishtsl as you would think to he ordered to follow fust after the mare and cutter and to sloi where It stopped. That wus all she wanted to follow that cutler and to stop where It stopped. Well. It slopped at the clubhouse, and when she saw It turn lu there I heard ber give a Utile gasp. " 'Walt.' she whispered Walt till she has had time to gel out and go lu. Then drive in. too. and help me to tot my wuy into the building a Tier her.' "And then I knew It was Miss Carmel we bad been following. Before 1 thought it was Mr. Arthur. "Presently she pulled me hj tbe sleeve. '1 heard the door shut,' said the. and I was u little frightened st v..i.. i.iii i wus full of my iui 1 1 JARED FLAGG. Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky 0 HI8 RTIKK, COLD HANDS WAS Ct.UTCHKP A I.I II. afraid to leave her. But she made me a gesture of such command that I ran quickly down the steps and so round the house till I came to a shed over tbe top of which I saw a window partly open. "Could I get her up on to the shed? I thought I could and went hurrying back to the big entrance where I had left her. She was still there, shivering with the cold, but just ns determin 'Come,' 1 whispered; 'I ed as ever have found a way.' "She gave me her hnnd, nnd I led her nround to the shed. She was like a snow woman, and her touch was Ice Itself. 'Wall till I get a box or board or something,' I said. Hunting about. I found a box leaning against the kitchen side, nnd. bringing it, I helped her up audsgon bad her on a level with the' window." " "As she made her way In she turned and whispered to me: '(Jo back now. Carmel has a horse and will see me home. You have served me well, Zadok.' "I nodded, and she vanished Into the Theu I should have gone, darkness. but my curiosity was too great. I wanted to know just a little more. Two women In this desolate and bitterly cold clubhouse! What did it mean? "I could not restrain myself from following her lu and lisiening for a few minutes to what they hail to say. But I did not catch much of It, and when I heard other sounds from some place below and recognized these sounds as man's heavy footsteps coming up the rear stairs I got a frfght should not be nnd at being where slipped into t lit lirst door I found, expecting this man to come out and join the ladies. "Hut he did not. lie just lingered for a moment lu the hall had left; theu I beard him clumber out of the winI now know that this dow and go was Mr. Arthur. Hut I did not know was frighiened for the it then, and horse I had run off with and so got out of the building us quickly as I could. "And all might yet have been well If I had not found lying ou tbe suow at the foot of the shed a bottle of whisky such as I bad never drunk and did not know how to resist. Catching it up. I ran about the house to where I had left my rig. It was safe, and in my relief at hudiug it knocked off the bead of t lie bottle and took a long drink. "Then 1 drank again; then 1 sat down in the snow and drank again In short, 1 nearly finished it: theu I became confused. I looked at the piece of broken bottle lu my hand, took a fancy to its shape and, breaking off 1 1 1 1 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. Huw To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-tou- r hours. a brick dubt sediment, or settling, To) stringy or milky apjieurance often indicates an un- healthy condi- ut tion of the kidneys ; too frequent desire to pass it or pain in tli back are also symptoms that tell you the kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attention. What To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy, fulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder andevery part of the urinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects followiug use of liquor, wiue or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often tluough the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Rois soon rcali.ed. It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring propel t u s. If you Heed i medicine you should have the best. Bold by druggists in fifty cent lai bl.cs. aim ooe-'io- j hw. vthmimu-KuuYou may have a sample bottle sent free by m ill. Address Dr. K llnicr 4t Co Bing h union, N. Y. Mention this paper and remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's bwauip-KiMi- t, and the address, lliugUuiu'.uu, N. Y., on every bottle. t, ot , n mm one m bbj staggered up to the horse, but I did not untie him. "Curiosity ol.ed me agaili. and I thought I would take another look at the ladies perhaps hey might want I was pretty well i but went back and crawled once more into the window "This lime the place was silent not a sound, not a breath but I could see I a faint glimmer of light followed Still there was no this glimmer. sound. "I came lo an open door A couch was before me. heaped with cushions A long my of moonlight had shot In through a commuiiicatinu door, and I could see everything by It. This was where the ladies had been when I listened before, but they were not here now. "Weren't they? Why did tremble so, then, and stare and stare at those cushions? Why did I feel I must pull them away, as I presently did'.' I was mad with liquor and might easily have imagined what I there saw. but I did not think of this then I believed what I Miss Cumberland saw instantly. was dead, and I had discovered the crime. She had killed herself no, she had been killed! "Should I yell out murder? No. no: t could be sorry wit hout that. would not yell .Mistresses were plenty. need not yell hnd liked her. but There was something else I ceiild do. "She hnd a rlM on her tinner a rlnr that for months I had gloated over had never watched and watched as and gloated over any other beautiful thing in my life. I wauted it I had always wanted it. It was before me 1 should be a for the taking uow. fool to leave it there for some other had loved her. 1 wretch to pilfer. would love the ring. "Ueuching down. I took It. I drew I put it in my It from her finger. pocket. 1 God in heuven, the eyes I had seen glassed in death were looking at me! "She was not dead; she had been Without a witness of the theft. thought of what was doing my bauds closed round her throat. It was drink, fright, terror at the look she gave me, which made me kill her, not my real self. .My real self could have shrieked when lu another iustant 1 saw my work. "But shrieking would not bring her back, uud It would quite miu me. Miss Carmel was somewhere near. 1 heard her uow at the telephone. In another minute she would come out and meet me. 1 dared not linger. "Tossing back the pillows, I stumbled from the place. Why 1 was uot heard by my young mistress 1 do uot know. Her ears were deaf, just as my eyes were half blind. In a half hour I was dancing with tbe maids, teillng them of the pretty stranger with whom 1 had been sitting out an hour of fun lu a (pliet corner. They believed me, and not a particle of suspicion has uny man ever had of me since. "But others have hud to suffer, and that has made hell of my nights. I restored tbe ring to my poor mistress, but eveu that brought harm fo one 1 had no quarrel with. Hut he has escaped conviction, and if 1 thought Mr. Kanelagh would also escape 1 might have co.urage to live out my miserable life and seek to make amends In the way she would have me "But I fear for him. I tear for Miss Carmel. Never could I testify lu another trial which threatened her peace of mind. 1 see that, iusiead of being tbe selfish stealer of her sister's happiness, as 1 bad thought, she in au angel from whom all future suffering should be kept. s "This Is my wuy of sparing her. It will help her sister to forgive me when we meet U) the world to which 1 am uow going." I I me-perh- aps I 1 I I 1 1 1 I'or-bap- a nit more, turirst big pockets: theu He Is Charged With Using U. 8. Malta In Alleged Scheme to Defraud. Hundreds of persons scattered through the country from Maine to Oregon are Interested in the outcome of the arrest of Jared Flagg of New nrk, charged by the government postal authorities with using tbe With mails for fraudulent purposes. Flngg were arrested Daniel Nash Morgan former United States treasurer under President Cleveland, and six other men. Flagg Is out on $25,000 ball, the size of the boll demanded furnishing an Idea as to tho Importance which the authorities attach co the case. Flagg conducted what he styled au "investment" business. Customers Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiience in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonable; for Work First-clas- s Notice That resolutions of" respect are published at 5 centn pel' line. Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to pay for the publication of this kind of matter. $3.50 (it 1911, Louisville Evening Post News and Breckenridge one year 3.50. cnoi3lfololblfcoizz by American Frees Association. JAKED FLAQQ. BALL & MILLER Sale deposited sums of money with him to bo employed, as he declares in stock manipulation by brokers market They got a through his direction. weekly return on their money and these dividends were said by Flagg to by hla be the earnings produced agents' stock transactions, leas the usual commissions and charges. Tbe customers got 1 per cent a weelt and the government lu dividends, charges that this money did not represent actual dividends, but rather was n trick of finance such ns was played by "520 per cent" Miller a few years back, only that Miller paid 10 per cent weekly whereas Flngg paid 1 per cent. Flagg did not advertise his business In tbe ordinary way, but used the malls His best adverto attract timUMHim It is tisements were his customers alleged that Flagg lias taken In neiirly $2,000,000 In two venrs, and he Is to have more than $1,000,000 stowed away la safety deposit vaults. Ills books, which were seized, showed that he had customers in practically every large city of the country, many of whom were prominent men and some of them clergy men. No trouble sr. nifd to have arisen over Inability of customers to withdraw their money because everybody seemed thoroughly captivated by the 1 per cent weekly dividends. Doubting customers were referred to Mr. Morgan and they usuully were reassured when the former I'ulted States treasurer Indorsed Mr. Flagg and his proposition as trustworthy. Mr. .Morgan and the other meu arrested are aliened to have been parties to tbe business and are accordingly Jointly accused with Flagg. Livery, Feed and Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, CZIOCD OOO : Ky. CHOCD Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid ninny pOOfh are 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 aud more economical. To cleanse and whiten the teeth, remove tartar aud prevent decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease germs, and purify the breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridgework clean, odorless To remove nicotine from the teeth audi To eradicate perspiration and body-odorby sponge bathing. The best anllaoptU wash known. Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, inrlamedevcs. Heals sorethroat, wounds and cuts. '." and M cts. a Pox, druggists or by mail postpaid. Sample Free. THE PAX TON TOILET CO.,BosTON.Mks. purify the breath after smoking. s Will Address State . Sunday School Meet. $3.50 Breckenridge county has been honinpure blood runs you down- - makes ored by having one of her brightest you au easy victim for crgHiiic diseases. women recognized officially by the Hurdock Blood Hitters purifies the blood M ktl Sunday School convention, Mrs. cures the cause builds you up. Walter J. Piyott, having been asked to address the meet next week iu LouNOTICE. isville. The convention will open October 19. Mr. I'igeoii will speak oa AU persons who may extend credit to primary work. THE TO my wife, Kobe Stader, will take notice that the undersigned will Dot be eg Louisville Evening Bread baking is guaranteed a sue- any debts created by her. and BreckenridgeM News kpoubible for ccm if you ute Lewisport UEST Klour. H. L. Stader. one year $3. 50.J bbbbbbbMbI LODIBURG BcM ovtr fr.wi lat wk DOCTORS 8. W, Prr. iMHfMM iispector (or the tte of K. ntticky, was at this Ilai-last wek lnpectiafj the hook r of A Planter He which h found the huilnen, and said inspction he lial Itss trouhl in than any insurance in tbl SUt he had yet VISUM, olng the wav the hooks had len k pt bv the presint eacretary and treasurer. Mrs. Chas. Payne was visiting her father, Jas. Watlin.on, of Union Star Hardin, Trsurer of th operatlv Insurance Co. compli nititsd th condition In Co FAILED TO lis HELP HER Cured by Lydia 11. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound round. Wis. urn c t wit on day last week. Sylas Miller, of Clovrport, our town Utt week. "I am prlad to I have been cured of dys in an-i- ii was In pepsia mid lemalo troubles 1) y your Mrs. Kuth Heul, of Ons'jro.1w viaitinf friends of this neighborhood Inst week Mr. iind M'S. TiTi Ilirmou, of Hard-in- s iurg. were the (fuests (of Mr. nd Mrs. A. M. Hrdin and Mr. and Mrs. R. f, P iyae last wsek. both for fourteen years and consulted different doctors, bat tailed to get any relief. After using Lydia K. I'inkham's and It lood Purifier I can say I am a well woman. I can't And words to express mj thanks for the good your medicine has done me. You maypublish this if you wish." Mrs. Hki;man BUTH, Pound, Wis. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be lued with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, Inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, or nervous prostration. For thirty years Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills, and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial. Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should it not cure you? If you want special advice write; Mr Plnkhum, Lvnn,lMnKS.,fori: It '. ti3 J i.: way holpf ul n 1 cdic inc. I had been troubled with Vegetable Con-poun- d Js. Dutschke, o' LrjUville and Mr. and Mrs. J. DiUchttl and fsmily, of Webster, were visiting their father, A. Dutschke last Sunday. Solomon Shelin in has gone to Alaska to be at the bedside of his brother, Wm. who is very low. Mrs. Hitetnm returned (hOTM last Saturday from French Lick, Ind.. where she had been to attend a family reunion. Sh meet w ith one of ''her brothers shs had not seen for over twenty INH of Sunnybrook Farm." which Mr. and Mrs. Clyd Sanders and Mrs. two companies r to take on th road V'erna S mders ard son, Harrv Curtis, during the coming season. PntKridiy in C'ovarport th gusts of Mr and Mrs. I? X, Polk. 0 0 0 Miss Anna M ry Payne, who has Itobert Alexander Wason, author of visiting r parents her, return"Rappj Hawkins," whos new nov1, ed home Wdnsdy. "The Knight-Errant,- " has just heen Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanders returnpublished t,y Small, Maynard Co.. in Tell City, after own lda about reformed spell ed to their horn has his viiting rlativs here several days. ing. Quit a numbir of th base-ba- ll Spelling," he says, "I could never fans learn, but I now know that thie proved her attended the gam at Tll CltJ me to possess a logical mind. Over Sunday. i twenty million yenrs are wasted every 9, S. jL'ngland hat returned from generation in the vain endeavor to Kvansvllle where lie visited relative. tench Innocent and trusting children Pleae mail your items on S.iturdav. how to spell a I mgunge which cannot Kdltor. be spelled. Bread baking is guaranteed a success "It can be mimorized. We had to stay In after school and write each if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. missed word a hundred times, which Don't trirte with a Id ktpt my revo utionary spirit in trnir-in- g vice for prudent mene is good adami women. It but utterly ruined my penmanship may he vital in case of a child. There is For I soon discovered that no teacher nothing better thau CbaiiibetUin's woulc go to the bother of reading a ugh Remedy for coughs and rol ls in thousand or so words, and I formulated children. It is safe and nire. For Bale a rear writing Which I used on all but by all dealers. the lirst ten words. In the end, near writing becjime a lixed habit, and now no one, not even myself, can read my BEWLEYVILLE York Sun. script SECURELY REPOSING the strone vaults of tlin bnnk is tlio ideal tfmWn for your idle futirl-- . became the utmost security is nf forded flicrn. and as n depositor of tbtl institution yon are extended every approved Imnkine convenience in our power to place at 011r dispo-a- l. ,, opi ning o iirrountx PHi MMdfJfWffJ inriti in bn until If Ky. . THE FARMERS BANK. :: Hardinsbu-- x C W. BODIED MARION ui tTHEMOl I J. W PUF: 0 0 0 Held over from last week Among the new books are: The Lite Kaplist meeting in progress conduct everlasting, by Marie Corelli: Keeping ed by Rt;vs. Winchell and Howls. up with Lizie, by Irving Bachelor and Miss Betsy S'.ith has returned after a ('upturn Warren's Wards, by Joseph C. three week's utay in Louisville with Lincoln. friends. i Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. yars. Mr. and Mrs Gus Barker who have been in California for the past year, returned home Friday. Arthur Weiser, of Louisville, was the guest of Miss Nora Harrison last Sunday. Mrs. Brown, of Kvansville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Brown this week. Mrs. Luby Avitt was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walter Adkisson, of Sample last Sunday. Bread baking guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. M Poatatnt, of Krandantarg, came out Sunday in tune for rtligious services. Chas. S indent and sister, Miss Blanch, of Louisvilie, were gusts of their aunt, Mrs. Heu Hardawav, Smirday. J. W. Richardson and son. John Morgan, of Brandenburg, spent the week end with C. H. I) ury. Ouarterlv meeting at the Mrtiiod st 5 TOBINSPORT church Tuurs.fay and Friday of this week. Rev. Rushing, our new presiding elder will conduct the services. And Their Work Authors Held over from last week E. I'. Hardawaj and Paul Wilson Thomas Del, a Hunt, of Canncltor, shipped a load of slock to Louisville Tuesday. Kate Douglas Wiggin last week re- spent Sunday at (1. W.Winchells. S. S. KngUnd. of Rvansville, is here Miss Ilevvie Cain writes from Ddvaii turned to New YorK for the winter, having left her country plfMM at llollis, visiting relatives. go, Mexico, ber field of labor, that she Miss Nell Cockrcll hasb:en ill several is much pleased with Iter work and sur Me., early in the season in order to attend the rehearsals of her play. "Re- - days of tor.silitis roundings. Hease mail your euvelopes on Satur day. Ilread baking success is guaranteed d yon na Lewisport BEST Plonr, BiliouFtiesa is due to a disordered con dition of the stonach. Chamberlain's Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine, intended especially to act on that organ; to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate it, to regulate the liver anil to banish biliousness positively and effectually. sale by all dealers. 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. Estimates on Application gw 1 'ifcj The drudgery of cooking is lessened by half with this convenient cabinet in your kitchen. Saves you thousands of steps and stoops, by giving you a place for everything with everything in its place. No kitchen should be without one. The MEN have modern tools and implements for THEIR work. The women who work much harder should have the same. This fine kitchen cabinet is made of solid oak, nicely finished in golden color. Top has glass doors, shelves for dishes, etc., and three drawers. Large biscuit board slides in under base. Three large drawers on one side and flour bin holding 50 lbs. of flour on other side. Large strong castors that make the cabinet easy to move around. You can buy this handsome kitchen cabinet for only $13.25, delivered, freight paid at your home station. You may pay $2 cash and balance on easy terms to suit your convenience; or pay all cash just as you like. This is just one of our many $2 Cash Buys This Solid Oak 1 m m You are not experimenting on your lichen Qabinpt self when you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a cold hs that preparation lias wo i its great reputalioa and tXlra sive sale by its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be depended up on. It is equally vaiuhle for adult! and children hikI m iv be given to young children with implicit confidence as it otitains uo harmful drug. Sold by all dealers. A f armor o I so w va own told. Witt) a tram ol horsrs atronK Drove dOWl th ruad Willi u heavy loud While sini iiiK rus rru rry sung, lint his mirth in ..mt was not so long. Kor his Kavo a leap As he ran amuck in the mud ho stuck Char up Id his axhs deep Had mails did it Building Material a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will I Let us have m Had Roads Did It. m hres get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. BARGAINS IN And a wlioi linan gay wont uut ono day For u Joyful morning spin FURNITURE, of some of the largest Furniture CARPETS, RUGS, Etc. With the weather bright, his heart wj light As he loft tf country Inn. tint be wont not far when ho fklt a Jar Whirh atortod his troubles and cares tie was laid up III. while the dortor s bill Came in with the one for repairs Had rouds did it' In an automobile of wood and steel A millionaire prim and neat Went out for u ride by the river'a side In style thai was hard to beai: fiut. alas, he found that the brok-- n ground ' And the ruts ami the holes so great Had smashed a wheel of his automobile What he said we cannot relate Had mads did it' Hut we're glad to say there shines a rjy Of hope that will right this wrong When In every state they will legislate To help ttie good roads along -) th man with his wheel or automobile Will never again get blue. nd the fanner with smiles will travel for mites On a road that Is tit to use. lood t oads will do It! - Harry KUard In Cincinnati Commercial Tribune West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky jfe-- We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. n YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us; no matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, I RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. l'lonici , are you interested' If so, call on the manager of the Comber uUk TltphoiH m Tjlsjfll tllL Company und have hiiu explain the spec ial "Farmer Line" rate. CUMBERLAND ."': ?5 rf Si- - fcrssf ig& v&J t- WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station ; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores. WRITE US TO-DAand tell us just what you would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or Refrigerators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the money refunded. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DAGo-cart- s, TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH ' COMPANY "Doan's ( litittueut cured me of eczema that hail anuoyed me a long time. Tbe cure was permanent. " If ntbews, Commissioner tics, Augusta, Me. A Incorporated. Hon. S. V Labor Statis COUPON. 313-31- 5 W. MARKET ST. Densinfer Outlining I Co.. LUUI3VM1C, ay. ilif tiiCoupeufrouith The Breckenridjje News, CLuVKHl'oKT. KY like to have full a Mil would uUraaat parti. THE LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS i?! P. C) Hornets Rout Ball Players. long drive for a home run hit. which landed In a hornet's neat, broke up a baseball tie In Prlnce'a Woods, RoxborouKh. l'a The ball has not yet been recovered and near ly all of the players had to be led home. The two teams that were play-Injwere the Lafayettes and Roxbor oughs. In the tenth inning the score stood 4 to 4, when one of the Hox borough players landed on the ball He was scampering m ioaa the home plate when a shout from th woods attracted his attention, and when the two nines hurried over they found their left fielder wrlthlug on the ground in agony. The ball tossers attempted to rescue their tam mat and were immediately set upon by hundreds of angry hornets. ? H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVEk . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY BOARS AND BUCKS 1ft Poland China li at. each: 5 Hampshire Buvk each; also Polled Durham and (Jilts, all aes. & ll'J.CO 1 W. R. MOORMAN SON, Glen Dean, Ky. IN KENTUCKY freight office $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckvnridye New one year 5 50. Better Subscribe for The News Right ii iit isttsVi us Now Skslt J 1 ,11 ,. m. DEMOCRATIC RALLY officially undo public toniffht. It will ic sebesitted to the I'nit-- Btari Circuit Court of the Southern Iittirt of New York tor approval Monday. It MM decided to maka the plan Largest Ever Held There- - Hart puhlic prematurely, owing to the McCreary. poMfaitkH today of h MMM ford o(Bekl,ba( which, Stanlev. r Johnson And Rhea purporting to be n oKlinjr to IMuney Nicoll, counk Orators. sel for the American Tobacco OoBpany. whs incorrect. BIG BARBECUE FOR VISITORS The official plnn provide- - for Over-Flowed- CLOTHING ... i' c ) i- - I ... dlTiPrOtl Of the American Tobacco Hartford, Ky Oct. II The rally and llrtNMi htld here today, attracted HM largest crowd of liters evtr seen in this place, and the little town was simp'y alive with people from day'ight this morning unt'l taH tonight U'itn a continuous Influx from every direction and with every , Icm-ocrati- c business. The four companies are the p'cscnt American Tobacco Oompaajr, which will continue its road filled with vehicles moving toward the fair grounds, where the barbecue and rally was held, it was estimated that 'i.ooO persons, the largest number ever seen hen . were in attendance. Senator James I McCreary, candia date for governor; Congressmen A. O. -. Stanley. Ben .lohnson and Hon. John -S Khea were the speakers of the oc casion, and enthusiasm abounded on all sides, and the speakers were greatly applauded as they hurled their orator ical darts into the Republican party Senator McCreary and Congressman Johnson spoke before noon, and whilt the congressman dealt mostly with the importance of the Dreaent campaign in national affairs, Ssuator McCreary re iterated his chargesthat Judge O'fiear had participated in the Taylor confer ence at the Gait house in Louisville, held in and advocated the use of armed men to keep Taylor in the gov Company. ernor's chair. His speech was one of the best ever heard by those in attend ance, and at the close he was given a GOVERNMENTINSPECTOR gieat ovation. Congressman Stanley and Mr. Khea spoke in the afternoon, and as is al wavs tne case, .Maniev was given one Highly Pleased With The Conof the greatest ovations in the history Of Breckenridge dition of political speakings in the county. He threw many bombs into the ranks County's Flocks Of Sheep of the Republican party, and, in dea Shows That ing with national issues, showed the necessity for the election of a Demo Farmers Have Paid Atten Critic adinmis idi.on tion To Their Work At noon an abundance of sheep and beef were served, and thousands were served at the tables Y. H. Moorman, dr., County Tonight Congressman Stanley and Live Stock Inspector and Dr. O. John RftCS spoke to a large assnmblage w ek a . aver. 1 . Jv tiovernmeiit ln- of voters at the court house. Neither g prelerrrj sensational charges against pector,aie now those the Republicans, but each showed the flocks of sheep that were eotclem iusincerity of Judge O'Kear, the Ue DCd last spring and summer and publican candidate for governor, and dipped twice by the county the defects in the li publican platform E en the cr)wd tl at heard them to would ,night was one of the largrst ever as ll Sevent'-ebeen viri- - into senibled in this place to hear a pulitica, ted and passed by Dr. Meter and them 1 . m , rein-pettin- corporate existence; the Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company. which is to be organized, and the R, .1. Kevriolds I'obacco Company, an existing corporation. Disintegration Is to hi brought 15,0(Xl,()oO of about by selling American To the property of the bacco ( 'ompany. consisting of far- a J liu ie- liiaiin-- , nusmess ana cap ital t(H k of tobacco manufactur ing companies now owned and Controlled hj it to the Liggett and M fsn Tobacco Company and the 1'. Lorillard Company for cash and securities of the two vendee companies, and by distributing in the stockholder- - of the common American Tobacco Company, two thirds of the stock of the It. J. Reynold Tobacco Company now owned by the American Tobacco Society Men, Traveling Men, Professional Men and men in all walks of life has been included in our Fall and Winter Line of Suits Tailor Made Suits For Women CWe have a splendid selection of dresses for this season. They have clothes have and should be studied a style and dash that only tailor-mad- e before buying goods and trying to make a garment. SHOES DRESS GOODS Beautiful materials in wool and silk are shown in our array and you can find exactly what you want for a house dress or church dress. Classy Shoes and those with charac- ter have been bought and selected for our customers. Shoes that are comfortable along with style is what you want and what we have. Special Prices on Clothing This Week Ed. F. ALEXANDER, Irvington, Ky. OLD speaking. How The Great Tobacco Trust is To Obey Supreme Court Decree New fork, Oct. 14 The plan for the dissolution of the eompli-Mc- e with the decision f the Timed Slates Supreme Court decreeing it (in iileoiii combination, vtu dip their (locks before jroinsr of Breckenridge county would winter quarters and rive make hundreds of dollars by purthe gasoline treatment for the count) inspector. They have Stomach worms, the sheep breeders suing such a course. nine flock- - to it yet. Dr. Maver is very mucti pieasen witn tne manner in wtn m tne won has been cai rie on in this county, He says that 'r Moorman has the f hest and moM complete recor' We will sell to the highest and best bidder, at the bis work of anv inspector in the Court House door, on a credit of ix and twelve months, or for cash, on State. If all fe truer and sheep owners hv HICKORY $1,251 vi-- I GREAT LAND BARGAIN Monday, October 23, 1911 1 Streng & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only J o'clock p. iu., two tracts of land formerly owned by .Joel dared. The lirst containing US acres and the second containing 100 acres; said land lying on Sink-inat s; Regular price the world over $1.75 Creek in Breckinridge countv. Ky.; the land sold separately first and then both tracts being solrl a, a whole. This is a real entate bargain for he-in- c This shoe is strictly first quality somebody 11. Dull. MOORMAN ALLEN K. KINCHELOEfAttortorHtiw and warranted solid. WILSON, OWEN & CO. Strictly Cash and One Price MRS. MILDRED JANE PATE NINETY-FOUR REACHING OUT TO THE I 1 RESTAURANT OPENS OCT. 22nd CENTURY MARK. YEARS OF AGE. GLEN DEAN, KY. WHEN YOU ARE HUNGRY A first-clas- s Gentlemen. and up-to-da- place for Ladies and te. Everything Try our clean Lunch Counter ui Bakery in connection enables its to give you Fresh Baked Bread, Nulls. Pies, Cakes. Etc. OUR CANDIES ire ahvayn in- - bnltbe frash WE MAKE 'KM Motto: in tact, t bandit otsv bkst. Il 1 Purity, Quality, not Quantity am your for clean service S. J. Proprietor BROWN Rite ami one hundred years of ill Mildred Jane Pall has lived to almobt tell the tale. Wrapped in all the glories uf old age she is reaching out toward the century mark and if she ketps a steady heart just six years lunger, she will have touched it with her feeble hands. M'k. I'Hte is vUiting her son, Mr Hone Rate on the hill, and an interesting visitor she is because her mind It a st filled with pictures of Clov erport and her people many, many years hack. She can remember when there were 1 seventeen families in the town. The first house iu Cloverport was ouilt by Dick I'ullani ami the first house on the .1 Side was built by David Murray. I loi ace Ne ton established oue of the first st. ires, and one building was used for both church and school. Some days her recollection of the past is cloarn than others. She can tell stories that her father told of the Revolutionary War in which, he wat a soldier four years M's. Pate was born July 51. 1817, near ilardrnshurg and whs the daughter ol Jacob YVeatherbolt and Mary Slioil Miller Weatherholt. Mr. Weatherholt cauie to Kentucky from Pennsylvania e ) -I was the first Weatreholt in tin section of the state. His sons settled in l'erry county, Indiana, anil the Weatherholt families at Tohiusport are his e and i Bcetidaiita. 11 I S3 1 their daughter, Mil- dred Jane was married lo William I'ate. She was uot rpiite sixteen years of age. They were blessed with eleverr children, six of whom are living. They are as follows: Renins pute, Botie Pate, Noble lJate, Mrs. Cornelia Miller, Mrs. Nat Taul and Mrs. Jim Furrow, ''My companion has been dead years," said Mn. Rate, "since then have lived with my children." She has had her second eye sight lieu she got that she could see lor a number of years ami did not nee glasses. She made a coat for her son, Nobe, as well an a tailor could. Mrs. Rate has always Keen full of energy and her greatest cross has been to give up work. When tdie was a young house-keepeher father offered her a slave and she refused her, because sha thought slavery was wrong. The lurest hint! of her life show that she loved her home, within its walls was her world. At the age of uinetv four, she is st 11 a zealous Christian, I'yiugwith the vnnl of young love to give sw et, loytl srr vica to Hiui, who given her strength to' i live. tweu-ty-seveu 1 1 r, -- ! 1 II J ffSITfOtV THAT TY IN HAVING A CHECKING A C COIN I H THL N IS u foirco I Til Y MOH ITS SAFE- l ill LgjjgJ r II r l an H I 1 I mOM All Ol II ALL THT.II HUKCLAKr. IIKI INH MOST OF loss In, TMi silt. D4MCUt Knu.lt HCkNING BPS ' ol POCKET " HOOK " Iffj. 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