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The Breckenridge news: October 25, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911102501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 25, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL TUB NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI PIT TO PRINT 8 PagM Is CLOVERPORT, KhNTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1911. the r (MM hnli hang a fringe of green foliage and the decorations were MM ried out in green onrl pink in the back parlor, where Miss Rtbeoea Willis and Mrs. Proctor Keith rendered a sweet musical program. The bride, who entered on the arm of the groom, was in a lovely gown of white mateiial, made V shape and slightlv empire. The waist line was in the back with a broad sash which extended to the bottom of her dress. Her hair dress was a simple, girlish head band of white velvM. She carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses, which she divided among the Olrll Club. Refreshments of ices in hearts with cake were served. Mrs. Fred Fraize the family in receiving the guests during the reception. Mr. and Mrs. Ramp left on the afternoon train for Chicago and a trip east. They will be at home in Kansas City sometime in November tint-died o. 16 CLOVERPORT POSTAL BANK NARROWLY ESCAPED CANDIDATE HERE E. J. SAVINGS Will Be DEATH MONDAY Royal has no substitute for making delicious Monday. Nov- Head on Collision Happens Near ember 6. Save Your Dimes Owensboro Two Engines And Uncle Sam Will Take Badly Damaged -- Ridgeway Care Of Them. No Taxes And Sawyer Engineers. Have To Be Paid. Two home-bake- d McDermott Speaks To foods Opened Large Audience In Last Tuesday A Clover-po- rt Night-Ma- kes Graceful Speech. Full Of For Both Facts And Advice Young And Old Per FIREMAN NOBLE INJURED. The alleged disregard of orders and Cent Interest Given METHOD post-otlic- Voters. MANY a man WOMEN PRESENT .lust like playing blindfold to vote for you have never seen and the Democratic voters of Cloverport had the handkerchief taken off their eyes last Tuesday night when Mr. E. .1 Mc SAFE failure to respect train schedules is as signed as the cause for the wreck of e The is already the most fast train No. 166 and Extra No. I. popular place in the town and will have near the western limits of the eitv, another attraction added to it Monday. when the two trains came together in a November 6, when the Postal Savings head-ocollision at 7rM Monday morn n SIMPLE AND Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Dermott, Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, spoke to them in this city. His speech was like a big basket of fruit and he handed out some pieces that weie both good for Democrats and Kepublicans. He explained what it meant to vote and the who does not vote one way or the other doesn't know how to appreciate his opA man cannot fully appreportunity. ciate his eyes until he has lost his eyesight and a voter cannot understand what suffrage means to him until he has lost his vote. He went on to state thnt a man should think more about the matter of voting, study the candidates, the platform, and then vote. Mr McDermott had a good deal to say of O'Uear. He spoke of eim highly in a personal way, but made it plain he did not like O'Rear's way in many things. He said that O'Reai reminded him of a cook a Birdstown friend of his had once who stole some rabbits The cook heard that the lady of the house had been told that she had stole a teak and tried to straighten up the matter with her. "Miss Thompson," said the cook, "You know me didn't steal your steak." Mrs. Thompson answered, "Hetty you know you did steal those rabbits.' "Well, Miss Thomp; on." said the darkey, "Me don't intend to discuss rabbits with you." He said O Rear would discuss anything but Mr. McDermott was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Severs. Hi left Wednesday moruing and many Cloverport citizens had the pleasure of meeting him. marsh daughter Adele to Mr. Wallace Duncan Pierce on Tuesday, October seventeen th, nineteen hundred and eleven, Louis- Hank will be opened. The best thing about putting your money in Uncle Sam's bank is you don't Announcements Received have to pay taxes. You get two per if you keep your money in this city have received the cent interest Friends in the postal bank for a year. If you following announcement: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Taylor Whit draw your money out before the end announce the marriage of their of twelve months, you loose your inter-ea- t. ville, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce will be at home after November the first at "Linda Vista," Rome, Tnd LEAVrTCLOpPORT Mr. And Mrs. Hardaway Will Go To Bewleyville Home- To Make Larkin Their Office. Mr. Gibson Takes Charge Of Oil regret will fall over a of friends when they learn that Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hardaway and their daughter, Miss Aliene Hardaway, large-circl- e Deep tie teal thing. Brown Hardin The wedding of Miss Mabel Browr. and Mr. Virgil K Hardin was solemnized at the home of the bride near Brandenburg on the afternoon of the eleventh of October at three o'clock. The Rev. J. J. VVillett.of Hardinsburg performed the ceremony. and Mr. Hardin is a prosperous voung farmer of Brecken-ridgcounty, wnile the bride is the daughter of Mrs. B F. Brown. She is well-know- unsurpassed in every attribute that and son, William Glen, leave this week for Bewleyville. Mr Hardaway represented the Standard Oil Company in this city for more than a year and Monday turned it over to Mr. Larkin Gibson. He also sold his team and wagon to Mr. Gibson tor $6(0 The change was made on account of an offer made Mr. Hardaway b his brothers and father, who have given him complete charge of the Hardawav home and farm, near Bewltyville. Mr. who h is beeu Pierce Hardawav, manager of the farm, leaves this week for North Dakota. The Hardaway family will be greatly missed in Cloverport for they took an active interest in every good movement for the town and have made many warm friendships here. Miss Hardaway was pianoist of the Methodist Sunday school and Fourth Vice President of the Epworth League She will enter a Kentucky College the first of November. well-know- n ing. The two engines were so badly damaged that they will have to be wholly rebiilt, while both of the tenders were completely wrecked, as was al so a car of cotton seed meal that was Royal consigned to tne American Milling Company, of this city. The only per son injured was fireman Nob e, of the fast freight, who sustained several cuts The system is simple. You can on Ins face, when he l imped to the A part of this "capital" is listed begin witii a dime or a dollar. Buy a ground, after seeing tnat a collision under the head of "good, will" card for ten cents and every time you was inevitable. Whose "good will'' is not have a dime to save, buy a stamp and A Through Freight. stated, but certainly not that of tobacwhen you will have bought nine stamps No I(i6, a through freight, wis iD co growers or tobacco users, you get a dollar certificate. A child charge of Conductor Beattv and In 1863 one oart of the trust, the I uke can understand Uncle Sam's banking Ridgeway and was due at Sons company, was worth the modest methods and it will, no doubt, prove conway, the long siding By the mere process at the Owens- sum of 1960,000, profitable for the children as well as boro Sewer 1'ipe Company, at 7:16. The of joining the trust it swelled to $7, "()(), convenient for grown foiks. work extra, which was taking a load of 000 and later, was treated to a further The Postal Savings Bank means ballast to be used at the Rock Springs lose of fj.2. 000,000 in "securities." Yes. more work, but no more salary for trestle, was on the main line at the l'.t per cent on that. postmaster Oelze, however he seems time that the freight was supposed to and earns" Now, what profits do you think this to be plensed with the idea of being have the right of way. The extra was little measley Duke proposition of M00,- made a bank cashier for the U. S. in charge of Conductor Dorris and E i- ,000 has 'earned'' in M years? Oh. a Government. giueman Sawyer. r.iattter of W.f.OOO.OOo, or I ft, 300 per The two trains met on the long curve cent Coffee War On. south of Fifth street road and when the KMllJTi gentlemen of high finance, two enginemen saw the other train ap- how long do you expect the American New York, Oct. 1U. Today's cotfee proaching, each attempted to leverse public to stanil this game of watered market opened with No. 7 Rio at 16c, his engine, but they were then so clo.se stock, industrial monopoly, risinti cost the highest price since U) cents, the together that the collision could not be f living, and commercialized politics? year of the coffee famine in Brazil. avoided. the work tram is said to Don't you imagine the worm will turn This high record comes when the have been brought to a complete stop, sometime? Wichita (Kan.) Bacon. coffee supply Ifc 80,000,000 pounds great- but the freight, being a heavier train and er than last year, when the stock coffee the fog of the night having made the Notice To Parents. was 8c per pound in the New York rails very slippery, it was impossible to stop. The engineman and firemen on markets. Parents and friends are invited and Twenty-fivprincipal importers to both trains jumped to safety on seeing urged to attend the Chapel exercises at day reached an informal agreement to that the wreck cculd not be averted. Cloverport High School tomorrow Immediately after the accident a organize to light the coffee trust, which morning at 8:;10 o'clock. wrecker was started from the shops at is responsible for this high rate. Cloverport. reaching here at y:45, but Box Supper At Nit. Nebo. it was late in the afternoon before the Friends Delighted. line wasopened tor traffic and even then A Box Supper will be given Thursday the trains were unable to run to their The friends oi Mrs. Sam BisholY aie scheduled time. night, October 26, at Mt. Nebo school certainly glad to know that she is re Everybody cordially invited. The passengers on the B:jB east bou r,d house. COWrlng rapidly from a critical opt a- tra-that were coming to Owetisboio 1'roeeeds go for benefit of library. tion. were transferred to the street car on Noah Hoskinson, teacher. the Fern Hills line and were brought on into the city, while the west bound EINE MEETING accomodation and 'he noon train were held in the Owensboro yard until the line va.- cleared up. The train due nt At Brandenburg-Four- th Con8:35 a m. reached here at J: IS p. m , Prof. McCoy Trying To Banish gressional Teachers' As- and proceeded to Louisville. The noon Chewing Gum From High WWt bound train was not delayed many sociation Convene There minutes Owensboro Messenger. School Students Wax Getr The only Baking Powder maue from drape Cream of Tartar CALL FOR GREATER KENTUCKY Convention To Be Held In Louisville Tuesday and Wednesday. November 14 and 15 All County Judges And May-- ors LIVE-WIR- E Of Cities Invited CITIZENS WANTED c. mora A - I ft goes to make up lovely woma' hoodf Not A Candidate and she leaves a host of friends in Meade county whose hearts go with her I am not any longer a candidate for to her new home and new life, wishing Representative on Prohibition ticket her health, happiness and prosperity owing to an accident to my petition Meade County Messenger while was in Louisville attending the Sunday-Schoo- l V. L. convention. Macey sent the petition to the Clerk's BEAUTIFUL WEDDING office by Willie BthalB who claims he lost it between W. L Macey 's and Miss Anne Steret Jarboe, of this Hardinsburg. Said petition had enough signers t allow my name to appe-irCity and Mr. LeRoy Ramp, After consulting Judge Mercer and J. Haswell, Jr., in regard to transfering of Kansas City, Married the name to another petition, they say it cannot be legally done; so my name Last Wednesday. will not appear on the ballot, as I desired, this being the last day of grace. The weddiug of Miss Anne Sterett want to thank my many friends for Jarboe and Mr. LeRoy Ramp was their kindness toward me. solemnized Wednesday afternoon at 3 C. L Bruington; Oct. it, Pjll. o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. John Crawford JarKeeping The Dollars At Home. boe. The Kev. Mr. lames T. Lewis, pastor of the Fordsville Baptist church, Ten years ago a Fanner put his in performed the ceremony. The only attendants were the ribbon it. ais on a Dollar Bill. The next day bearers, Miss Kva Bell Plank and Miss he went to the nearest town and spent Kathrine Moorman, Mr. John Felix it with a Merchant. Before the year Jarboe and Mr. Sterett Jurboe. Miss was out he got the Dollar Bill back. Plank wore a piuk gowu and Miss Four times in six years the Dollar came back to him fur Produce, and Moorman wore a pa'e yellow chiffon. The ceremouy look place in the large three times he heard of it in the pock front parlor before a beautiful altar of ets of his Neignbors. The last time he pink and white eooinos. Tne tire place got It back was four years ago lie was decorated in piuk cosmos and green sent it to a Retail Mail Order House. foliage with piuk lights shining H has never seen that Dollar since, A beautiful nor never will. That Dollar will never through the dowers. wedding bell of piuk dahlias hung fioin pay any more (school or Road Tax for the center of the ceiling Crceu foliage inui, will uot build or brighten any of was festooned over the square piano the Home of t ie Community. He sent lighted with pink and it entirely out of the circle of usefuland book-casgreen candles. From the stairway in ness to himself and hi neighbors. 1 . I Saturday-Near- ly Two Hun- dred Present. The Fourth Congressional Teachers' Association met at Brandenburg Friday of last week for a two days session with an enrollment of one hundred and ninety eight, which is within five of the high water mark of its sixteen yeais All of Meade comity's existence teachers were present, seventy six atBreekeuridge tended from Hardin. was third in poiut of numbers, with forty-eig- ht teachers present. At the close of the session S ipt. Andrew Driskell was elected President for the ensuing year. J. J. Paul, of 1st and J. B. Johns, of Leitchfield, Brandenburg, 2nd vice president. Miss Virginia Morgan, of Kliz.ibethtown was ted Louis Mann At Macauleys This Week. ( ting To Be The Nusiance Secretary and Treasurer. The next meeting will be held at Our teachers who attend Leitehtield ed were: Roy McCoy, C. A. Tanner, Andi 'w Driskell, Bessie Brown, M. A. Vessels, J. R. Meador, R. Y. Maxey, Nora Heuderson, Carrie Harrison, Jettyie Harrison, W. M. Ditto, Pearl Mays, Kline Robertson, L. F. Car wile, Simon Roland, James McGovern, Alice Waggoner, Marguerite Sherrou, Mary Bennett, Loguu Hickersou, Coleman Payne, Dugau Severn, Rufus McCoy, Mrs. H. A. Ater, oel H. Pile, Virgil Harned, Noah Hoskmsou, Lillian Cart, Hallie Severs, Carrie Hays, Sadie Nail, Addie Kskridge, Blanch Smith, Nellie Chambliss, Katherine Kiticheloe, Wroe, Nell Moorman, Ora Hen driek, Angie Cibsou, May Walliugtoti, Hannah File, Vera Tinius, Nannie Payne, Nell Cashmau, J. T. Walls, D. C. Walls, Horace McCoy, H. A. Ater. Mai-guerite c h.ir.ic Louis Mann, the ter comedian, will present his latest successful play, "Elevating a Husband", at Macauley's Theatre, Louisville, all this week, beginning Monday nigut The play is by Clara Lpman and S un Miss Lipmau is Mrs uel Shipman. Mann in private life and has won distinction both as a playwright and as an actress. One of her notable plays is "Julie Bon Bon", iu which she and Mr. Mann jointly starred. The theme of that play was temperamently French. "Klevatiug a Husband" is an American story, with its scenes laid in New York. In many of his successes, notably "The Man Who Stood Still" and "The Cheater", Mr. Mann utilized a German dialect, of which tie is a master. In his new play, he eliminates the pronounced dialect and gives an entirely new characterization. The role he plays is that of a young New Yorker, with r.j conception of the worth of books or paintings beyond their counter value, but gifted with a keen business acumen that makes him successful in trude, who marries a young woman of "culture" aud social ambitions. well-know- n ct. IS; at tne High School were very Interesting. At the beginniug of the exercises a hymn was sung, after w hich Mary Benton favored the teachers and pupils with a piano solo "Thoughts of Tnee. " Prof. Tanner made some splerilid remarks about the need of being at school every day. Prof. McCov.who is trying manfully to banish chewirg gum, made a "nice little speech," with some impressing points on this question. No visitors were present. Prof. Tauner cordially invites the parents and friends of the children to be present on Tuesday and Thursday of each week which are exercise mornings C II. S. exercises Tnursday morning, fur discussion and wise solution that it seems important again to call together in conference representative men from ail parts of the State to consider present conditions and desire reforms and feasible methods of advancing the prosperity of the State. Such conferences heretofore held have resulted in great good, developing a better understanding of the needs of the .state and a closer anion its progressive citizens and promoting a clearer understanding of what can be done and how best to do it. In this spirit such a State conference is called by the two State-wid- e organisations wnich we represent to be r.aal in Louisville, Tuesday and Wednesday, November H and 1$, The subjects to be discussed will cover the fields of Kentucky's needs. It is desired to have in attendance the live, public spirited men of every county and city. At our request the Loiisville Con vention and Publicity League will make all arrangements tor the entertainment of the convention. We are askii.g all County Judges, Mayors of cities and commercial and agricultural organizations to appoint a number of delegates, not loss than live each, whose interest can be counted on, and whose advice will be val uable. (ieo W Cox, of Owensboro, President Federation of Commercial Clubs; J. V Porter, of Lexington, 'resident State Develop-nien- ; I So n aiy ipiestions of vital importance to the future of Kentucky are pressing upon the people of the State Association. Went To School Here Forty Years Ago Dear Mi. Hablmge: I told you a year ago if I could raise a dollar, I would take the pHp-- r again, so here it is I am still stamping around here in Wyoming. Yours respectfully, H. T. Carlton, Lovell, U yo. ( )ct. ly, lyl I. I guess you remember when brr 1'. S. I her John and I went to school at Cloyears ago. John lives here in verport Lovell. student. Fine Boy. A line sou arrve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. keldSiouday afternoon. I The following names composed I ticket gotten up lat week fur City Couuciluieu: Steve Wiisou, L T. Kcid, Jesse W'eiilhei holt, C harlie Hiimlileton, l.ruesl Hojd. Joe Mullen is ruuuiug for Polue Judge. A Little Lesson In Trusts. Old Years Yesterday Saint Romnald's Church At Hardinsburg Has Beautiful l indepeuiUiitly Services. Cen-tenia- Hetbert Knox Smith, commissioner of c irporatious has beeu delving into the history of the tobacco trust. Here are some of his findings In lttyO the trust had Ja6, 000,000 "capital." In HXW this "capital" had town to 3 16, 00,000. For a limited time and for prompt renewals we will send the Kami Journal, Philadelphia, 5 years aud The Breekeuridge News 1 year for $1.00 or the Kentucky Farmer year and The News 1 year for fl. Heuew now if you want a good farm paper and I goad 1 Yesterday morning at teu o'clock at Hardinsburg Saint komuald's congregation commemorated their centenial at solemn mass. Father Rarlor deliver d the principle address. A large number of visitors and members of the church were present. home paper. mf u 77T. TirXlf lot TlfrTllf IOI llffTI ' Miasm Krmon ami Kva Warren, of C'henault. wrre in town Saturday. Hreari bakinjr Kuaranteed a success If you uss Letviport HEST Flour. 0 BRING YOUR NICKELS WITH YOU KEEP This is YOUR DIMES AT HOME MSS the way you can save money by paying cash tor the little things, such as a cake of soap, a drop of perfume and a little of medicine now and then. Do the rioht tiling if you have Natal Catarrh. (Jet lily's Cream Balm at onct. Don't touch the catarrh powders and snuffs, for they contain cocaina. Ely's Cream Malm raleasei the secreo tions that inflame the nasal passages and the throat, whereas medicines made with marcury merely dry up the secretions and !eava you no better than you ware. In a word, Ely's Cream Halm is I real remedy, not a de50 cants, or All drutfifists, lusion mailed by Ely Brothers, "6 Warren S reet, New York TAX NOTICE (ientlcmen I am Koinjr to meet you once to collect your tax Irvington, Webster, Clifton Mills, October 20th 11 4 Lodiburg, Sample, 44 44 0 24 25 26 27 2H START THE CASH SYSTEM in your own home and own business by giving us co-orporat- 0 o D The Rev. Mr, Lewis Has Not Accepted Call The Rev. Mr. James T. Lewis, of Furdsville, said Thursday as yet he h id not accepted the call to the liap-tichurch of this city. Mr. Lewis said In' appreciated belnjf wanted again by his former flock, but leaving his present paftora e was a serious matter At Kotdsville he has over one hundred st Stephensport, Chenault, 44 30 your ion in the method that we will adopt next 31 Mooleyville Frymire, November J 44 Please meet me promptly , Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1911 present every W.dnesday night at prajflr meeting and has forty members in his choir. We hope to have your patronage under our new efficient, satisfactory business, System of Cash, that we have enjoyed in our old way. From now on we shall be better equipped and able to always give you what you want .. .. Cut Rates on Novelties and Toilet Articles Card Of Thanks. For the extreme kinclne.-.- s shown me 'hiring my recent illness, want to thank mv friends, especially Mrs. Gra 1 I OFFICE S. W. BASSETT, D. S. ham Jolly, who took care of my children Mrs. Sam Bishoff. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST liardinsburg, Kentucky . 1 0 0 Improving Property. Marion Weatherholt is mUfgiaf his residence on the hill and adding all the modern conveniences. It will be one of the prettiest homes in town. OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY Get The Habit of Paying Cash SETTLE YOUR ACCOUNT AND GET NO Sprained Ankle. Mrs. Lucy Gregory fell last week and sprained her ankle. Her friends are glad to know the accident was not serious. OLD HICKORY $1.25 1 MORE DUNS FROM US 0 CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Streng & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only Q IR.VINGTON PHARMACY Irvingtcm. Kentucky Baptist Church Rapttsi Inetfay acfcool, V4p a. m. c. E. l.itditfoot. Bnpennteodent. Prayer Mectlna Wednesday 7Mp.ni, lUptlst Aid Society Society no eta Monday after Second Sunday. B. n every month. Mrs. A. 1.1 Sklllmmi, President hodist Church AT LEXINGTON Burley Tobacco Society Arrangements For Feasting And Speaking ToThe best Noted Orators To dampened morrowTalk Of The Weed OUR iting her brother, N. Q, Barbee, rePresbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School li:4." a m. Joseph W. Bailev. of Texas turned home Friday. Senator Makes Conrad Siu I. Superintendent. Preachlnir has also been invited to be present Miss Eva Mav, of Cloverport, was every Third Sund iy. Heir. Adair Minister Great and may be one f the speakers. ::W Prayer m (; Til' sd.iv. Ladles' the guest of Mrs Dr. Shively last id Soi iety meets Wednesday arter Third Su d y every sailles im-et- Method tat Bandar school. ttsta, Ira D, Bel len, Superintendent,, l'rettohlnj; every n, m. I rai.k Lewis Sunday al II a. m. anil 7'M Pastor. Prayer meet Injr Wednesday. T:S0p, M. H. Henrietta, spent Saturday in Clover-por- t, in. Kpworth Laegne. reanlar serrice8nnday W. A. Byron. L H. Willis, W ). tu bnalnaai nweilnn llrst Tuesday iiixlit. each month. Ml-- s Marirarlte hum, the guests of Miss Eva May. Bourne, Wilson D. Dra b. Senator W. President Ladles' Aid octets' tnee's first, Monday each month Mrs. I'orrest l.txhtfoot i) Bradley, A 0 Stanley, A M Cox, If you nee a heating stove, go to President. Ladles' Missionary Society mere Cynthiana: .1 . M. Stevenson. Winches- Mrs. McCnbbin'a department store. Second Su"day In every month. Mrs Virgil Babhsjre. Prssl ent Choir practice Prlday ter; Robert Talnott. Paris; Dr John A. nUbtTdU, A, II Mil rav. Director. Mrs. J ane Klliott, who has been visLewla, Georgetown; W. O. Davis, Ver: Regular price the world over $1.75 $1.23 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. , i GROWERS MUST week. plaster, A piece of flannel liev. Jarboe with CiMMSjtiefhtia'i Lini- pointment here ment Hnrt bonnd on over the affected Mrs. M A. parta la awpartor to a nlaettf and costs to see her new onlv one tenth as Bittcb, For mle by all GO dealers. (resident. rnont h. Mrs Chus. Sa ttt rfleld. WILSON, OWEN & CO. Strictly Cash and One Price tilled his regular ap- Klrst Sunday of Mh month. Mass.Sertnon, and Bened etion. :00 a. m other three miii- McCubbins invites you daysfttlOlSa Oa week days Mass at Trfi fall goods of a in. Caleehet lea Instruction for thechtl.1- on Saturdays at tO s. n and on . r.-San-dsv- ys Sunday. Catholic Church GLEN DEAN, KY. at 9 iBt a, m. and its p. m. Burgoo and Bur!ey tobacco go night) well together and there will be plenty of both at Lexington on October 7. The Burley TobaCM Society has completed all arrangements for the launching of the greil pooling campaign under the ten-yeplan and for the starling of the ma n noth tobacco factory in which to uiaiufacture the growers' tobscco At Lexington oe Thursday, October 8", every tobacco grower, banker, merchant and every man, woman and child interested in the welfare of elsewhere is invited to come and hear a full explanation of both the pooling contract and the proposition to start the totiacco factories. Theae will be a host ( f the best speak ersto be found in the state of Kentucky on tiand to give the best oratory to be heard anywhere. It will be bigger and better than any political rally ever heard of. The reason for this statement is evident from the fact that at this meeting a full discussion of a proposition which is destined to be the greatest single element of progress in the entire Slate will be had The organization and establishment of I tobacco factory to handle the product of the Burley growers of this State cannot help but be one of the greatest movements in this or any STlPHENSPORT Kev. and Mrs returned home K. Wmchell have lioin llewleyvil e where .1 Mail Orders tilled with the host value.on stock Jjf he bald a sucessful meeting. Mis. Georgia Sargent was in e last week sj mmtm i mill on mail Louis-fl- l Railroad Fares Refunded October 9 to November 18 order purchases of five dollars or more we pay forwarding charges to point within 20(t miles. Shoes with style and of good mate- rial al Mrs, McGubbiaa, Mrs. H, Lay, of New Albany, is the Suestof hersU er, Mrs E. II. Miller. I have just received a new line of pattern nats frjin Cincinnati. Call and see them. Mrs. G, W. I'ayne. I'lea.se write on one side of paper only -- Editor. Mis. W. H Dowell and Mrs. Jake Cart, of Union Star, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O W. Dowell last week Mrs. M. I, lioberts atterded the .rami Chapter in Louisville last week. The body of Jas Men itt was brought here from Cannelton Friday for burial. Kin cooking stoves at Mrs. McCubbins. Miss Maty Bell Uasham and Mrs. A. V. Whitworth went to Cloverport Sat- We Want You to See Our Fall Showing READY-TO-WEA- R of WOMEN'S AND MISSES' Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Etc. We want you to see the new heavy-weig- ht materials, such as wide wale cheviots, double-face- d and man-tailore- two-ton- e d mixtures, etc., with the new, big collars, pointed backs and long shall rolls. Our suits are all and will hold their shape. They are correctly cut, splendidly finished and perfect fitting, and the prices are surprisi- ngly moderate. buy now or not. It will be a COME IN. pleasure for us to show you anything in this department- - whether you are ready to urday. after spending Wednesday night Ills Cordon I'ayne returned to Cloverport w ith parents. A. Dutselike's 11. other State. The following bat of local and speakers have accepted an invitation to address the multitudes on this occasion: Col. John H. Allen1 lieorge K. Hunt, John Stuck y, c. Judge Charles Kerr. Win Worthingtou, J. Taudy Kills, Joe W. I'orter, t.eoige Bain, Mat VValton, Col Shalby, W. t Kimball, John II. Flood, S. J. Roberts, Desha Breckinridge, J Kd. Bassett. L. 0 Cox, Win ThrelkcUl, Mayor John Skaln. town speakers as follows: Also out-o- f new house is WOMEN'S AND Missies' TAILOR MADK MTTS ENGLISH sKiUiKs and MANNISH WORSTEDS la Mots, taM and gray; heel of ilk linings in coat. Those are regular 120.00 values; on sale S15.00 thiH week at -- ENGLISH CHEN10T8, SERGES, al- most completed. Master ilaynard Fox who has been ttt glad to know, Is better. Mrs. McCubbins has received a large Una of excellent cloaks for ladies and children C W. I'ayne has just received a new line of and winter shoes Come and price them before buying elsewhere. ill, we Two tone and novelty mixtures; in blues, blacks, brown-- , lan-- , L'ia- - and plum; with the best of tailoring and trimming.-- ; many style- - to WHIP00BD8 choose f ion! at S25.00 WOMEN'S AM) MISSES' N1W REVERSIBLE COATS TWO COATS in ONE We slow thesi' u almost every color combination with the big shawl collars and deep uuffai straight and cutaway fronts; Mift aa SERGE DRESSES NAVY RLUI AM) BLACK- - Open down front, with new, big collars; low and high-necstyles; ilk, broadcloth, lace and k It $5.00, $88.50, $15.00 and U OlZiUU Can save you money. Miss Lelah Hell Hawkins and Mr. Leutt Gregory were in town Saturday i Or. and Mrs. Shlvtly and daughter,! WOMEN'S WAISTS In blue, black, brown, gray CHIFFON anil plum color: made over silk, with luce, embroidery, chmivct und bead r QQ trimming; long short sleeves OwiuU -- fringe 87.50,$95.00 18.50,15.OO.tM2,;i,$lUMi and Iriniroadjaxl S7.50 WOMKN'S AM) MISSES' COATS BLACK CHEYIOI With sailor and plain notch collars; sailor collars trimmed wun satin trap.-; large cutis; splendid values, on sale at $12.50 . FTLL-LENQT-- THEY ALL DEMAND IT Cloverporl. Like Every City And Town In The Union. Receives It. People with kidney ill want to bf cured. When on sutler the torturct of an aching hark, rrlief eagerly ought for. There art' many rcmedie l to-da- Books of all Kinds and for all Ages The Most Complete Line of Popular Priced Books in Louisville for Boys, Girls, Men and Women BOOKS BOOKS FOR BOYS BOY SCOUT BOOKS The High School Boys' Series. The Submarine Boys' Series. y that relieve, lut do not cu e. Doan'a Kidney Pllll have cured thous-ancfHere is proof J. Te Trowbridge's Seriss. ; Pleasant A. Scruggs, of y2f HathI away M., Owensboro, Ky , says: "For two years I was afflicted with idney trouhlf. suffered severely from pains in the small of my bck which were greatly aggravated when atooping or lifting. I could obtain no rest and consequently arose in the morning feeling so lame and tired that it was hard for me to get around. I felt languid and nervous and the least exertion tired me Headaches and dizzy spells also added to my afflictions and I was annoyed by spots appearing before my eyes. The kidney secretions wnre too frequent in passage and caused me to arise at night. Hearing of Doan's Kidney Fills, I procured a box and in about a week I was relieved. I continued taking this remedy until I was completely cured. " I The Largest and Best Selection this side of New York at 25c and 50c toys' delight in reading these books because enthu--iasabounds in every page, y volumes, Cudjo'a Cave, Drummer Hoy, Tne Three Sco.-.tsper volume 25c Boy of every age under sixteen will be interested in these lancinating volumes. The High School Freshman, The High School pitcher, The High School Left Knd, Captain of The Team; per volume ! 25C SERIES. Captain Wayne Reid's Series. This writer is well known for his works of adventure in the forest .:nd in the jungle. Afloat in The Forest, Hoy Hunters, Boy Slaves, Boy Tar, Giraffe Hunters, Lone Ranch, Ride RaagWB, Scalp Hunters, Young Voyagers; per volume Entirely New; written by Lieut. Howard Payson. Three volumes to the series. The Bov Scouts of Kagle Patrol, The Boy Scouts on the Range, The Boy Scouts and the Army Airship, per volume 25c 25C These books were written by an expert and possess in ad, dition to the author's surpassing knack of a great educational value of all young readers. On Duty, Trial Trip, Lightning Cruise. For The Flag )Cn and Tht Spies and The Middles: per volume L 3C story-telling- Boys' Scout Books By Ralph Victor. Four volumes to the series. Boy Scouts Fatrol, Boy Scouts Motor Cycles, Scout Canoe Trip, Boy Scouts in the Canadian Rockies, per volume By J. Fenimore Cooper's Series. A collections of the best works of this famous his Indian stories and tales of the sea. Poney Rider Boys' Series. While these books are wholesome and moral in tone, they are full of the joy of living that comes to those who spend their days in the open air. In, Texas. In Montana, In New Mexico, In O.arks, On )Ca the Alkali, In the Rockies; per volume Z3C author, Deer 25c Price 50 For sale by all dealers, Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United The Dreadnaught Boys' Series. Books full of snap and brimming over with enthusiasm; written by Capt. Wilbur Lawton. Three volumes to the series. On Battle E'ractice, Aboard A Destroyer, On A Stioma- - ORP rine, per volume Pilot, Pioneers, Spy, Red Rover, Prairie, Water Witch, Slayer, Path Hinder, Two Admirals, Wing and Wing, Afloat and Ashore, Last of the Mohicans; 25c Boys of Liberty Series. Splenr.id tales f the wonderful and stirring adventures of bos who fought in the Revolutionary Wat. the French ami Indian Wars and Naval ittles of lsr volumes read tne lirst one and you will want to read all the others; volume 1 1 States. Remember The Hotor Boat Club Series. Wholesome stories, altogether American in plots, scenes, characters and narratives. By 11. Irving Hancock. Of the Kennebic, At Nantucket, Off Long Island. And The Wireles-- , In Florida, At The Golden Gate; volume take no other. the name A Doan's and fcJu 25c 25c Living Little Cheaper comWide-awake The Bungalow Boys' Series. boys will be quick to perceive the merits of Each book with four original these fascinating volumes. drawings. The Bungalow Boys, Marooned in The Tropics, In.The OCp Great Nortnwest, per volume OCn ZvJU A The Rob Rangers' Series. capital series showing what can be accomplished by a boy of ability and courage. $ volumes: . nfln dm rrvolume According to Hradstreet's pilation there has been a slight decline in the average price of commodities, which means that the cost of living has been going down. In the month of September the index number, which is the measure toward which the statisticians work, declined from $8.8191 to $8.8066. Declines were most noticeable in hogs and all of the things which originate in pork, mackerel, textile products and metals. Advances were scored by cereals, beef, milk, eggs, butter, cheese, coffee, sugar, tea and rice. Thirty-sevearticles were dearer were in Sep. ember, twenty-sishowed cheaper and forty-threno change. n x tJl The Battleship Boys' Series. Mr. The Motor Rangers Series. Books full of vim and entertaining from cover to cover, written by Marion West. Lost Mine. Through the Sierras, On Blue Water, per OCp L JU volume Patchi , the author, undertook this great work for bows with the full sanction and approval of the Navy Hepaitment. One volume, Tile Battleship Boys at Sea; The Circus Series. In this series are adventures enough to satisfy any healthy- youngster. 6 volumes, nicely printed on good paper; per volume - 25C 25c The Annapolis Series Irving Hancock. The spirit of the navy is delightfully and truthfully depicted in these volumes, which narrate the life and adventure of two American youths. By H. The Matthew White Series. These books are full of good clean adventure thrilling enough to please the full blooded wide awake boy, yet containing . ... . . 1. ij.iiiiiuK lu nniiii iiicic uiu iuc any oujecnon e mini tnose who are careful as to the kind of books they put into the hands of the young; 6 volumes; price per volume The Border Boys' Series. Fascinating Frontier Stories by Fremont B. Deering, volumes. On The Trail, Across The Frontier, With The Mexican Rangers, per volume three OCp Dave Damn's 1st vear at Annapolis. Dave Damn's 2nd year. Dave Damn's 3rd vear, Dave I)arrin's4tb year; per volume 25c 25c The Boy Aviators' Series. Lawton, whose knowledge of airships is authentic and timely subjects are adhered to. In Nicarague, On Secret Service, In Africa, Treasure 25c ouest, In Record Flight, Polar D.sh, per volume By Captain Wilbur The Boy of The Army Series. The breath, the life and spirit of the I'nited States army of today, and the life, just as it is, vividly described in this book. L'ucle Gain's Boys in the Ranks The Dare Boy s of 1776. e 25c "he author of tne Dure Boys of 1716 is specially equipped tnroUffD Ion studv anil research to write upon the life and adventures of t best two daring sons of the revolutionary period; l' volumes; price per volume . . 25c Biliousness is due to a disordered condition ol the stomach. Chamberlain's Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine, intended especially to act on that organ; lo cleanse it, strengthen it, tone and invigorate it, to regulate the liver and to banish biliousness positively and effectual y. For sale by all dealers. Books by Edward S. Ellis and Lieut. R. H. Jayne. Two of the most popular writers of boys' stories in America today, having the faculty of pleasing the boys with writings winch are noted for their animation and excitement; IS vol umes well printed from new plates and bound with a full panel inlay lithograph in ten colors; price per volume The Grammar School Boys' Series. This series of books teeming with incidents in athletics and fun, conies from the pen of Mr. II. Inring Hancock, of Gudley. school-boy The Webster's Series. Mr. Webster's stele of writing is much like that of the late lamented Horatio Alger, Jr but his tales are , all up IS volumes; price per volume 25C Snow Bound, In The Woods, In Summer Athletic. Gridley; per volume Of 0Rf L JL i What Is Your Family Worth? If your family is worth the best you Can afford in house and food and c lotlies, 25c The Circus Boys' Series. Mr. Boys' Popular Books at 50c. Harry Castlemon's Series. His style of stories are full of snap and ginger and holds the attention of the reader. Boy Trappers. Frank at Don Carios Ranch, Frank Before Vieks- burg, Frank in The Woods, Frank On A llun-boaFrank In The Lower Mississippi, Frank On The Prairie, Frank, The Young Naturalist, per volume.. t, is it not worth the best reading as well? An 1 the best reading best for boys and girls, best for aieu and women is to he found in The Youth's Companion. Of stories alone The Companion will print nearly 3OO in 1912. With all the rest of the paper thrown in, and counting the glorious long serial stories, they cost the subscriber less than a cent apiece. Moreover, you will look long before you will tiud stories so varied and interesting stories of coolness in the face of peril, strange adventures with creatures of the forst and the sea, moving stories of life's obscure beio-ismstories reezy with humor, quaint and curious character good-naturei! Darlington, the author, is known to all real circus people, His books breathe forth every phase of an intensely interesting and exciting life; one volume The Cir cus Boy on the Flying Rings 25c he Rover Boys Series, Boys of Pluck Series, The Great Mar-vi- l Series, The Darewell Chums Series, The Boy Hunter's Series, The Motor Hoys Series, The Auto Boys Series, Frank Armstrong Series, Oakdale Academy Series, The Aeroplane Series, futman Hall Series. Jack Hackawav Serits, The Railroad Series, The Frontier Series, The Rise In Life: price per volume 50C 25c Books For Oirls. The West Point Series. The author's principal characters in these narrative are two sound, wholesome, manly young Americans wlio go strenuously and laboriously through their foul years of Cadetship and are much interested, incidently in athletics. Dick Prescott's First Year at West Point, Second Third Year, Fourth Year; per volume Year, Rosa N. Caver's Books, Mrs. Meade Books. Louisa M. Alcotl's Books. The Automobile Girls; Grace Harlowe's I'lebe, Year at High School; per volume. The Bessie Books, The Princess Seties, Little Cousin Dorothy Dale's School Days, Aunt Jane's Series, Neices, The Motor Girls; price per volume Oliver Optic Series. Oliver Optic Books are second to none. Included in our selec tions are the "Boat Club Series," "Army and Navy Series," "Woodville Series, "and "Reindale Series" all complete; 'ii volumes; price per volume 25c 50c 25c 25c sketches. " will receive free from the time your $1. 75 is received all the tsstiert for the remaining weeks of P.HI, containing the opeuing chapter! of Ralph I). Now is the time to subscribe, for you Department Third Floor BIG Mr. Book Market St. and Fourth Avenue ! BACON r a SO Louisville Mail Orders iMaaehHtiPin Kentucky Promptly Filled Paine's great serial stoiy of the Boxer rebellion, "The Ciossand the Dragon." And there is the gilt of The Companion ..... ..up.10 u Hicinmi iiji 11.. tt... iuc V. land Coast," lithographed in ten colois and gold. Only 11.7 now for the .'2 weekly issues, but on January 1, I9LJ, the subscription price will be advanced H). TH K YOUTHS COMPANto ION, U4 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass., Received at this New Subscriptions 1 V. SPRING of Purdy, Owensboro, passed Office. $3.50 BALL through here Thursday enroute to Bardstown. t'harlie Craycroft and Miss Myrtle Brown attended the association at Brandenburg Friday and Saturday. Clint Nelson, of Vine Grove, was here Friday. Louisville Evening Fost T. It. Moorman and family moved to and BreckenridgeJNews town last week. He will take charge one vear 3.50. of the hotel. The first quarterly meeting for the Uig Spring Circuit, will be held at Custer 2s and 2q of this month. John MorrU attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge in Louisville last week. J. H. Harnad was the guest of his nelce, Mrs. Will Griffith Monday. Mrs. Ada Mcador had a sale Saturday. She leave for Louisville soon, where she expects to make her home. Mrs. C. B. Witt is visiting relatives in Louisville. Miss Mayrne Moorman, of Vine Grove, was the guest of Mrs. V. A. llynes Splendid Business College last week. At Owensboro. Miss Kdna Howell is in Louisville. Mrs. W A. Hyncs and children left "Acknowledge- The College'' is the Monday for Evansville to visit Mr. and slogan of Owensboro. The Daviess Mrs. t'harlie Harnett. County Business College of that city is Mrs. Lillian Scott returned from Owensboro Wednesday after a few weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. Kskridge, who has been confined to her room lor several weeks. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. H.ii'V won't suffer five minutes with croup if you apply Dr. Thomas' Kelec-tiOil at once. It acts like nmgic. winning a state-widreputation for its excellency. K. B. Miller, son of Reuben Miller, attorney of the L. H. & St. Mr. Miller does L. R R , is president. not leave a stone unturned for his students and fiom the college they go to a good position, l'rivate lessons in book keeping, shorthand, typewriting, spelling, arithmetic and all the branches that a man or woman needs to become efficiently equipped for the busine s world. Bread baking is guarar.tted a success if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. ctorfoiroolraoczD & MILLER and Sals Livery, Feed c BRECKINRIDGE BANK Organized 1872 Citizens Ticket Make-u- p Stable Bus Meets ill Trains : liardinsburg, Ky. The following ticket was gotten up by petition and sent to the county clerk to be voted on io the November election. V. G. Babbagc. Police Judge to till out the unexpired term of J. H Wills, deceased. City Council: Ham Conrad, J. C. Weatherholt, Barney OUR RECORD: M years of honorable dealing, l'assed through three panics anil paid every legitimate claim to its lull amount on demand. NYver otlcd a cheek. -- An absolutely Sale Place EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 Io do Business. 3 per cent on Time Deposits A lcitoi3fo1fofo1ciocz) Squires, Whitehead, ing, and Henry Ytager. Kd Wm. V. Perk- BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 THE BRECKEINRIDGE JNO. D BARBAfil SON PUBLISHING NEWS, CO. Issued Every Wednesday. Railroad Fares Refunded October 9 to November 18 If you can't come in. send - a mail order, which will be promptly and carefuHv rilled. Or write us for ssni les of the materials, statu- EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY WEDNESDAY, OCT 25. 1911 Subscription IVee $1.0 n fW in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cent- - per line, and 5 rents for each additional insertion. CARDfl Qf THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITl'ARIKScharjttd for at the rate of I cents per line, money in Advance. Kxamine the label on your paper. ing your preference- - as to color, weight, etc. New Styles in Women's, Misses9 and Juniors9 Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Etc. for fall and winter wear Women's and Misses' Dresses two styles of coats, with lace collars and cuffs, or PA open down back, lace yoke, at $f JU Black and Blue Serjje; . . If it is not correct please notify M Wc were srlnd to s0 Prof, Maxv. Principal of the Breckenridire at the farmer's institute. He wanted County llii-'- School pre-einformation on the science of forming PO he could teach his pupils and inmet tlicm Off the right lines. There is DO better work for teachers Prepare more boys for of tbil .Muntv than to take up this work and instill into their minds that there is more and work on the farms better opportunities on the farm than in the cities and towns. Ptot Maxev should be eneourngrd in thi work. Our soils in Breckinridge county are just as good as any in the State and can be made to dm Me their production if only treated scientifically and in accord n I with their nec essity. President Taft. in his great speech htfnrc ie Nution-aalong this ( oner ation Congress at Kansas City, Mo., in speak is the business of the county, in so far M ll can direct line said: "It the matter, to furnish the mfMs lv which this economic force shall exert Itself alone lines of easiest urd best increase of production." nt h fall and winter showing of Women's, Misses and .Tnniors' Garments represent and a successful endeavor to secure for our patrons of styles, fabrics, We want you to see the hundreds of new styles on of price sible to offer regardless be to have you come in whether you are ready to buy now the more anxious we shall OCR cc. months of careful planning, expert merchandise posthe very highest-graddisplay here. The more critical you are or not. The following items particularly e are featured: Women's and Misses' Tailor-mad- e Children's Coats Black Caracul: Suits . sizes 2. d, 4 and 6 years, lined turn-down -t of grays, tarn and browns; good silk linings and trimmings: regular 85.00 04 P Oft Vilues: on sale this week at 01 diUU New English Worsteds; cheviots, serges and novelfv mixtures, in blues, o rays, browns, blacks and plum colors; 800 ffQC rtfl OZOlUU suits to select from, at Women's and Whses' Winler Coats Worsted and Mixtures: special lot throughout, collars, on special sale double-breaste- Messalines and New Changeable Corded Silk; at wwiwU ftn rft black and colors, silk and lace trimmed, new big collar effects, close lit ting skirts, from $47. 60 to.. . SI 5.00 Women's Waists Ivory. White and Ecru Lace; three-quarte- at Black Pony Cloth; sizes 2, 4 and f years, lined throughout, new sailor collars and cuffs, braid trimmed, double breasted, full length, on sale ftr QQ 1 Marshall Norton, the Democratic candid 'te for the Legislature is If all signs do not fail, gaming ground as the election sppt? aches he will be the representative of the people rem this county this year. And well be should be. because he is young, active and studious. He - nut running in the interest of any clique, nor will he be controlled Heieayoom man. trying to build by any of the political boeees, among bis home people, and their will shall be his will. himself np His past record is clean and he stands solid on the Democratic terials, broadcloths, velvet .serines. eh ''viols and fancy mixture-- , new big collars and o plain coat eollars. priced at 01 C M., .f 60,98o.,96.,$90 nd 0 I OiUU mix Full cm" Hi Black Meltons: also fancy tures, tams grays and browns, deep collar with long hawl rolls or the reweek at SI 2.50 gular coat collar-:thi- s -al-2 New Reversible Styles; in two-face- d ma- ff set in kimono sleeves, lace ruffle cuffs, waists made over nets. six styles ftp aa to choose from, at low price ot OwiUU i j navy, ibrowns, gravs ana piuni colors, priced at $11.00, $10., $8.75, . Girls' and Juniors' School Coats Cheviot; full length, in red, tan and blue, with collars of velvet: high but ton; stitched cuffs; on sale All-wo- OJiJU Messalines, Chiffons. Taffetas and Persians;self lace, embroidery and jet trimmed, in black. . at Polo S5.00 to and Reversible Coats; sizes 8 17 -- $7.60, $6.96 and S5.00 plain and fancy mixyears; double-faced- , tures; tans, blues, reds, browns, grays and plum colors; on special sale at S12.50 QUICK-SELLIN- G "QUALITY" DRESS GOODS SERGES, SUITINGS, BROADCLOTHS AND POLO CLOTHS Fashion favors high quality wool materials this season, and wc have a super! stock of such fabrics, correct in style and moderate in price. We're selling lots of good Uress Qoodfl these October days assort ('. L. Bruington, the Prohibition candidate for Representative in this county, is out of the race. He failed to get his petition Hied in time. The thing now for all Prohibitions to do, is to vote for Marshall temperance man and can be relied on to Norton. He is a H don't take an iron clad bond or pledge vote right on that question, to make him stand for what he is and has been all his life a temperate young man, You ate t n k i ntr no risk on Norton. well-know- ed lor of tine dress goods in all colon: 42 to 4f inches wide: worth 75c to $1.00 a yard: priced, to close at. .. Plaids. Mixed Snitinps and Mohairs;big 50c excellent values tbis particular fabiic; in all colors and all stvle stripes; values from $1.00 7Cn Plain and Striped Prunella; in A fanner'- - institute was held at Irvington last week. nig of these colors tor your coat spicuous in the absence of farmers, tbe very men for whom it was suits:plain or fancy weave at... held and w ho could have been benefitted had they been present. There good and successful farmers, but were a few faithful ones pre-en- t. were eager for more ideas and the better way of doing things. they When w ill farmers learn that there is method mid science in fanning Remember to renew your subscription to The Brecken ridge News; - there is in other lines of human effort. just promptly. It was con- Serges; this heavy serge we are showing in a full range of colors. QCp Odu including black and navy blue at. 68 inch; Scotch ol Scotch Suitings; Suitings, in all seasonable colors A rn priced at 01 iwU tor coat . All-wosuits-.especiall- are showing these popular cloths in a large assortment of colors, in plain and plaid backs; per yard, SA rn Polo Cloths; we to$l.ftO,at DC Black Broadcloth; full r4 inches wide: fine finish and all wool; our $1.86 grade Q0i on sale at JUu Black Satin Cloth: Black Wool Back; Satin $8 60 and Navv Blue and Cream Specials: see our show OliUU S1.50 Cloth; soft material is in great demand for suits and evening S1.25 gowns; on sale at Priestley's Mourning Blaiks; in silk warp Henriettas, mulrose and crepe tfM rn weaves: on sale at OliUU one-piec- e a- Vote the Democratic ticket it is the only way out of our is now on and w e w ish that Cloverpoit The season for basket-ba- ll Harditisburg has a team, and troubles Would lake hold of this exciting game. like our 'port ought to keep up with the 'burg- - The game i' reins Pay as you go" Is the best way to reduce the cost of living. - a plendid developer of wind and muscle and no better could be found. Mr. Marion Weatherbolt, we hope, will get his kid Kev. Mr. Dresel, pastor, told about base ball team interested in basket bill. tue school at the convention in Louis KENTUCKY SUNDAY ville Friday. He said hen he went to uvansville Hon. W. .1. Bryan will take a swing through Kentucky before SCHOOL ASSOCIATION four yeais ago that the Sunday School the election, and w hat he may have to say to Kentucky Democrats of St. John's church closed for the sumwill be more than interesting. Most everybody believes now that mer months. He had a little hat with - a sure w inner by ten thousand majority and then some. Has Glorious Meeting In Louis- the boys and girls in it and they decided to have a school that's different, so ville At Warren Memorial opened it tor the summer They also Moorman, a young lawyer at llardinsJudge Henry Ucllaven On Foot To made a rule, and kept it, to be in time. Church-Pla- ns burg, is coining io ihi- front. He seemed to be one of the busy atMr. Dresel said one day he was telling torneys there, during the term of the circuit court which has just Erect Large Office Building nis Sunday School chaps about his closed. he arrived one Sunbirthday and There Excellent Addresses day morning that nine o'clock at his at This week's paper ha- - many advertisements tha. contain valuab e heme in Louisville. A boy jumped up Made. . and spoke quickly, ''Now. Mr. Dresel meHgages to business men and busy tnat's one time you were not washed BRECKENRIDGE REPRESENTED and dressed on time for Sunday School. " Tuesday night - Hallow'cen. If you don't watch out, tie Mr. Dresel saia that 1000 membeis nffngiata will get vou. are enrolled and bOO attnid every SunThe Kentucky Sunday School Asso ciation met in Li.uisville from Thursday day and all the members have made until Sunday night in the Warren Me- the school different by keeping the morial church. This was the annual Sabbath Holy. Not long ago a request was made Convention and a great one. Many plans were completed and sev- for a piano. "What kind must we get " 1 he school answtr-eeral made and started. Preliminary was the question. back, ' One that's different. '' It is a steps were taken for the erection in Louisville ot a 100,000 office structure-t- baby grand piano -- a three legged in he known as The Kentucky Sunday strument and cost a thousand dollars. Mr. Dresel said, "The boys and girls School Association building. The election of state officers was as have paid for it and not a supper nor follows: J.E. Weaver, president; Kev. entertainment did they give." This brought a great applause. Win. T. Capers, of Lexington, Mr. Dresel said that the young men Clarence Watkins was reelected treasurer and the Kev. Jopiin of "The Sunday School That's Different" have their basket ball teams and was general secretary. were uiade. won so many pennants tnat a bouquet addresses Excellent Among those who spoke were: Herman w'as given thtui. His address was prac tical, appealing to the young biooa of Bow mar, of Versailles, Dr. Ira Laud-ritquit ollege, ihe conventiou. "Do things, is a president of JJilmout dreaming." said Mr. Dresel. He Nashville, Tenn , J. Shreve Durham, large man of strong personality. of Chicago, and Miss Nannie Lee Kray- Reaching The People. sier. I he music was under the direction of K. U. Kxcell, with Alvin lloper J. Shreve Durham, of Chicago, set as accompanist. "The Beautiful Isle forth a thought that became the slogan of the convention when he said: of Somewhere" was a popular selec' To save the you must teach Story" them, to teach people you must reach tion and "I Love to Tell The theui was favorite of the old songs. He told the story of a lost child i.i who did not kuow her uaute nor her The School That a Different." parents name. She said: "It you will I 1'eople who live on the Henderson take me to my Sunday School, can show youths way to my home." This Route could take a profitable and he used as an illustration of the fact pleasant trip If they would slip down in.it the way to save lost people is 3& to Kvansville some Saturday night and through the Sunday School. . go to ' The School That's Different," breckenritlge People Present. the next morning. It it the Sunday Among the Hreckenridge county School of the St. Jona s church. The people present at the convention were -- i- -- past-tim- e Mc-erear- y - - RESTAURANT Now Ready for Business A first-class ! 3 house-keepers- Gentlemen. and up-to-da- place for Ladies and te. Everything Try our clean ci Lunch Counter Our Bakery in eonnection enables us to give you nnn 2 cateh Fresh Baked Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes. Etc. d OUR CANDIES are alwavs fresh WE MAKE 'EM- - in laet, eye handle nollting but the BEST. My Motto: Purity, Quality, not Quantity I am - pairs ot Heavy Age Work Mules, suitable tor hauling purposes; will sell eheap tor cash, on time or exchange for young horses yours for clean service J S. J. BROWN Proprietor C Notice to Correspondents Again we request you to ALW AYS SIGN YOUR NAME to your letters. We cannot afford to publish matter unless we are assured of its authority. Correspondents please y(,ur iiems . mi Saturday night so they will be in the New, uttiee by Monday morning. i 11. Vic. Robertson Glen Dean, Ky ,i Henderson, County Superin Mrs. 8. 1'. Parks and Mrs. Piggott, of Irvington, Miss Tid Mercer, of Hardinsburg, Mr. Crulcher and Mr. T. tendent: U Mrs. Bruington, of Webeter. Mrs. Joel I'll.. rt I lAtt ritln rif anil Lhnt ' of Cloverport. Several Tanner, Schools ofthecoutity were rcpresenttcCP i SundajJt It; w ARreadby,e CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm II quicnif aototDta, Give Relief at Once. WgmM nml protects the diseased menu brnno resulting from arm. Catarrh niul drives away Cold lu (ho Subscribe for The Breckonridgc ncau quickly. rr-ir-- n News for one year. Ono dollar In adstores tlio Seines of K1HT W Tasto find Smell. Full size GO cts., atDnig-cist- s vance. or by mall. In liquid form, 75 cents. Wimttd, a colored cook. Nj washing Ely Brothers, GO Wnrron Street, New York- or Ironing. Mts. A, ti Skillmau, heals It clenmcs, soothes, wmzm Miss Elsie Gregory returned .Saturday from a visit to relatives at Holt. Miss Ora Hcndrick returned Sunday nihgt from Ilrandenburg and Webster Exquisite velvet and beaver hats a Mrs. James Cordrey's. Miss Mary Dean fell at her home near Glen Dean and broke her left her son, Mr Dwlght Randall. Before S? X454S&3S&&&i&4ZHX returning home she will viit BulTa o and her sisters in New York City, Mr and Mrs. Jje Sawyer and (laugh 4 a . tcrs. Mame and Jane La Mar, went to West Point Sunday to visit Mr. and For Salc Until November 15, 1911 Mrs Richard Whitehouse. Mrs. Fran .Plymouth Rock Cockerels. 12 .l,;,rr!,l (lie best lireedlnjr stork offered . uiij cl Sawyer returned home with them for nlo. Write fur iirleci. .Mm. M II. (Im.. Miss Myrtle Elder M very ill at the wood, Irvlnifton. Ky , Ihjt.17. Wrxts. I CLCooler weather calls for warmer garments; the thing now would be Jiciiiu kYtli T3he Breckenridge News 2.'), 1911 WEDNESDAY, OCT. i r DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET I'or United State Senator, of Ctittenilvn. For Governor, JAMES B.MiCREARY, I of Madison. Governor, I'or lieutenant E. J. McDERMOTT, of Louisville. I'or State Treasurer, THOMAS G. RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTII, of OLLIE M .1AMHS, brother-in-laMr. Jas. For Sale in this city, Miss .Tenevlcve T Kino liurks for sale. Apply to Moravia SIock Mirm, llrumlcnijurx, Ivy. Elder Is III at her homo near Hardlns-burg- . The young women are sutTering For Sale of tuberculosis. COIt SAI.K A lb liorc power stationery Mr. and Mrs. DuRelle Fairlelgh aid Out himlnu; Wutklrn mike, in Rood rechildren, Joyce, George and Wllli.'tm, pair. llreekenrldRo News. O.oTeriort, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macy were of St. Louis, arrived In Louisville Fri guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine day For Sale" evening for a visit to relatives. Sunday. MortgiiKcs and all kinds Mr. Fairlelgh left Monday for a bus- COIl;HA of blanks. nrcekeiirldgo Nowi, Miss Daisy Dean, of Glen Dean, has iness trip south-wes- t. Olovcrpon. Ky. returned home after a visit to Mrs. A Among those who attended tho R. Fisher. For Sale Scholarship wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Abe Sklllman will be hostess Ramp, parents of the groom, Mrs Mor- COR In tlio Howling to The Ladies Reading Club tomorrow ris Heard, Mrs John Kincheloe, Mrs rnent(Ireen UnlverxIW. Rood In any de art of that University. nreckenrldKoNaws, Clovcrport. Ky alternoon. Joe Harpole home of her Beavln SWEATERS For Men, Ladies and Children Clov-erpo- rt. r.K-I)e- eai, CTwo more items well worth UNDERWEAR AND con- SALR-Scliola- nlilp 1 sidering these cool days are and daughter, Margaret l'aette, For Attorney Generiil, JAMES GARNETT, of Adair. For Secretary of Stnte, C. F. CRECELIUS, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of AKticultuie, J. W. NEWMAN, of Woodford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals", R. L. GREENE, of Franklin. For Representative MARSHALL NORTON Moorman, of Louisville, and Mrs. Chas. Moorman, of Versailles. Miss Forrie Hardin gave a glorious party at her home at Holt Sundaj. Turkey with several other courses were served at the dinner hour afttr which a delightful drive through the country was given the guests. Those who enjoyed the event were: Mr. and Mrs Leonard Oelze, Mr. and Mrs. Randall and their guest, Mrs. Lighter, of Louisville, Mrs. Emma Skillman, Dr. the weekend in Louisville. Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs. Lightfoot Order your hats from Mrs. James Hread baking success is guaranteed Cordrey. Prices are most reasonable if yiU use Lewipurt BEST Flour. and goods best quality. Mrs. Steve Wilson and children have returned from Paynesville after a vis it to relatives. Engraved cards arc most appropriate Christmas gifts for men Order from The News olllcc. Gen. David K. Murray, of Indianapolis, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Ferry Sunday. Mrs. Nathaniel Tucker and daughters, Misses Bcrnico and Leila, spent WE Always carry a full line HOSIERY For Men, Women and Children I Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Them COME IN J. '""' C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. the Edward Morrison and Henry Thomp son, of Irvlngton, were guests of friends and relatives here Sunday. For sale, one good delivery wagon and a new one horse road wagon. See J. T. O'Connell, Clovcrport, Ky. Mjss Llllle B. McGlothlan. a successful business woman of this county, has been busy in Clovcrport this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Conrad, Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Lightfoot were in Louis ville last week attending the Eastern WOMEN WHO VOTE T TO VOTE GIBSON & SON on grass, rape and cow peas. We used to feed whole corn but this summer wc began grinding all our feed using a mixture of ground wheat, ground corn and shipstuflf mixed one- third of each, or if wheat is not to be had use two parts wheat middlings to one part of ground corn and mix into a reasonably thin slop and feed just what hogs can clean up, better too little than too much, and especially feed this to brood sows and young pigs. We find this method of feeding especially good where stock food or any medical agent is used We believe any fair minded man who will feed ground feed long enough will never again :etd much whole corn as the extra gain and saving in feed will more Hum p:.y for grinding and extra trouble. We have our feed ground ou a local gasoline mill at a cose of 6 cents a bushel, but many people have mills that will do the grinding at home. Where oats are to be had we consider them ground with other fteds a valu able addition. We have stated nothing new about feeding, but we know many farmers who feed whole corn thrown out on the ground and if the hog does' well or ill it is all the.same, but the hog is by nature a clean animal as to diet and he appre ciates clean water and clean tood as much as any animal and will more readily respond to good treatment than most any of the farm animals. ' In illihll, WW HHfclii WWiimi mmi V Have Forty-Thi- rd Annual Louisville--Cit- y ConA-l- ive vention In With Suffragists of Mrs, r LOCAL BREVITIES I"' mH. - DR. ANNA SHAW PRESENT Ky. Little Miss Sarah McAdams Fallon, The forty-thir- d annual convention of of Eimitcli is with her grand-mothChas Fallon was in Louisville last for the winter and will attend the kin- the National Atneiciui Woineu't Suffweek rage Association has been in te sion in dergarten of Miss Elizabeth May. Mrs. L. B. Perkins was in Louisville Louisville since Friday. L'ist nitht Mrs. H. A. Oelze and Mrs. Adams last week. Mrs. I'aukhurst, of England, addressed were guests of Mrs. Robert E. Woods Mrs. Thos. Bonier went to Louisville the convention. in Louisville last week. They were acThursday. The noted fpea ers have been: Ur companied home by Mrs. Sullivan. A n.i Howard S'inw, a Metiiodist minisMrs. J. II. Wills has returned home Mr. and Mrs. JasDer Grimes, of Har- ter, Jane Adam'', of Chicago, and Dr. from Louisville. din county, came last week to visit Harvey Wiley, of Washington, I). C. ' Miss Mamie DeHaven went to Lou- Mrs. Ide Garrett, Mrs. Grimes' sister, Louisville was completely excited over isville Monday. whom she had not seen for 30 years. the suffrage coavention. Some of the Misses Rebecca and Martha Willis William Preston has been brought to richest and most iasliional.le women of spent yesten'ay in Louisville. his home on the East Side. His health the city were tukJut part in the er Star. If you want a will,deed,mortgage or any other legal paper written, call at the law ofllce of V. G. Babbage, Clov-erpor- England, Speaks To Large Audience. Paukhurst, fc ftfj r.TeA. iiiY JUP - 1 rv?l w - ... t, i" r. F The Mary Jane crowd left Saturday night with their house boat "Jimmle," their laundh "Mary Jane," and their skiff, "The Baby," to spend a week down the river. Mrs. Appleton, of Louisville, was home from Bardstown. Moorman Is critically ill here last week and made three addresMr. Priest ses on "Beauty and Health." She had at his home near Glen Dean. a charming personality and delighted C Vic Kobertson, of Glen Dean, has those who heard her. returned home from French Lick. Mrs. Patterson left last night for her Mr- - and Mrs Frank Hensey and son home at Alton, Kansas, after a visit to were In Owensboro last week. her mother, Mrs. Noel. She was accomPat Ryan is building a live room cot- panied by Mrs. Alvin Simons who has gone thore for her health. tage on his farm near Victoria. Mrs. James B. Randall will leave Mrs. Anne Huff, of Pellville, is Saturday for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit her niece, Mis Jas. Sahli. . vit-Itlng Carl Gregory, of Louisville, spent Saturday here. Miss Ollle Waggoner spent last week with relatives here. French plumes at moderate prices at Mrs. James Cordrey's. Mrs. Liura Hayes has returned is little improved. The grand jury fail ed to (ind Indictment against him. HOW WE FEED Hy V. HOGS Sons J. Owen & Bank ony F'iVI: IHJLI AILS the first year of baby's life and TLN DOLLARS his second birthday; FIRLLW DOLLARS Hie lliird birthday, and soon increasing your early deposit for hint i nly fhe dollars; when he is out of school. 21 years old, he will have nearly SIXTLEN IIUNDRLD DOLLARS, and can enter a business of his onn, ora profession. Start to do this much and you will do more than this; and both you and your boy will be better off. We realize that every man who feeds hogs has his own ideas about feeding and we have no quarrel with others wlio teed U'lterently, but Mibmlt our way and it is not patented and this be Hardinsburg, Ky. ing a short year, feeders will be interested in getting most pounds for least amount of feed. First, we consider pasture of some kind important and especially winter "Bread baking is guaranteed a success forage crops, such as wheat, rye and clover In summer and fall we depend if ytiu use the Lewisport BKST Flour". Lei OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. - Capital S50.0C0 Surplus $20,000 Titc BAMy nc U'onucBiiDfi p. tciict im ui m.iui.ouuiiu n m.uoi iiiu J in tu., Resources $320,000 .. .. ;; . h..ji..l..... K). naiQinSDUfg, ,T!;ayKggBirT???PTfffigrire Subscribe WafGh for Our New Story! D D D if 1' 0 HARDWARE Rock Bottom Prices. We have increased our stock, added several New Lines to our mammoth assortment. We have a large stock of An Increased Stock at Prices That will Compete with Any City Firm is what we Offer. p o D 0 opposite our old us larger and better facilities than ever OUR large new building position to "talk stand gives to persons quarters anything in the hardware line at We are in a desiring business" 0 Cement, Patent Plaster, Builders' and Farmers' Hardware of Every Description i Don't let your wife or daughter Worry with an old cook stove. Our new line of cook stoves is the best we have o 0 0 D D fitiV Mpw nprialf IPC 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 you all needed information about paints. every man's reach. A Cordial Invitation is Extended to you Don't put off getting We your stove. Come to our store and rest when you are in town. Hake our place your headquarters. We shall take pleasure in showing you our stock. We want your interest as well as carry Coles Hot your trade. Blast and Oak Heaters and Oil Heaters We Can Get it For You Tell us What You Want. ffiiS? 'fW7WSSmffM 0 0 IRVINGTON HARDWARE CO. HOE IRVINGTON, KY. 0 3C 30E 01: Si Queen Mary I Wears $30 Dresses I laa T am 1 m m SS : rain II ., V Lot . m A ROOMFUL OF GOOD FURNITURE imtI 4-Passenger , ' ONLY $2 CHANGE IN WOMAN'S Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, made of gratiite. discourages and lessens ambition ; beauty, Situated on the axis of Delaware vigor and cheertul-nes- s avenue, the Columbus memorial will soon disappear when the kidneys are be nt the head of a short vista looking out of order or disfrom the capitoL It was designed by eased. I. H. Purnham of Chicago, who deKidney trouble ha? signed the Union station, and Is lu become so prevaJent entire harnvmy with the architecture that it is not uncom of that structure. mon for a child to be The statue of Columbus und all the born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the accompanying sculptural features were designed by Lorado Taft of Ohio, a child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds cousin of President Taft. Ills designs the daahi or if, when the child reaches an were sole 'ted after a general compe- age when itisshould be able to control the passage, it yet afflicted with tition among srtiStS of Europe and tbe (kpendapon it, thecause of thedifli-cult- y United States. is kidney trouble, and the first Colonel Cosby, the ollicer in charge step s hould he towards the treatment of of public buildings and grounds, who these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of Is executive officer of the commission charged with the erection of the me- the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose. morial, has just made a contract with habit Women as well as men are made misera New York firm for the construction able with kidney and bladder trouble, F BaBaaneBflnK' of the memorial complete at its bid and both need the same great remedy. JIBBBBBBBar of gTOuOOO. This work embraces the The mild and the immediate effect of is soon realized. It issold carving and erection of all the sculp- Swamp-Roo- t tural pieces, the building of the foun- jy druggists, 111 fifty-ceand tain anil majn shaft, the building of iaa bottles. You may the foundation and all of the plumb- have a sample bottle ing and drainage work. All the carv- by mail free, also a ing is to be (lone by well known sculp- pamphlet telling all m tors under the supervision of Mr. Taft, uooui r w:.mp-Koo- i, u swuiiho..i. It is provided in the including many of th thousands of testiha designer. monial letters received from sufferers contract tint the memorial shall be who found Swamp-Roo- t to Constructed of Cherokee marble unai- remedy needed. In writing be just the Dr. Kilmer 1911, by Americas Preea Asaoelatioa ded in Georgia ami that the entir & Co., Dinghamtou, N. Y., he sure and work shall be completed by May mention this paper. QCEEN MMIV OF tNOIiAMOk Don't make any next, so as to permit of Its formal mistake, hut remember the name, Dr. t, and the address, Kilmer's Swamp-Rootied ical imi in that month. Binghainton, N. Y., on evary bottle. Regulates the bowels, promotes easy natural movements, cures constipation STORIES OF ROSSINI. Doan's ReKulet?. sk your druggist for them, '.'5c. a box. His Dread of Thirteen and Friday and a Coincidence. Rossini had scant patience with Watn't a Bit Impressed amateur composers. One such once The chief of the Ian of Mcintosh accompanied the manuscript of his once had .1 dispute with a London cab- latest composition with a Stilton by over tbe tare. cheese, uf which he knew ltossiui to "ha you know who I eiaV" the hu h be fond. He hoped of course to have lander caked ergrily. "I rin the M a letter praising his work. A letter Into !)." came, but ull It said was: "Thanks. 1 Made Safe by Lydia E. Pinkham's "i dual '!" ;." 1 rra tfl like the cheese very much." "' LaUSS luck in one of the most common rater' (' Hm When Rossini was ivhea rslng oue of " Vegetable Compound. forms of muscular rheumatism. A few rlel't small theater lu Italv his ononis in Oraniteyille, Vt. "I was passing applications of Chamberlain's Liniment through tha Change of Life and suffered will give relief, b'or sale by all dealers. KOI. A. D linn ud unfashionable queen While Rang George affect the Idlest modes, the tnato of Ills (itieen In mutters of dress are IkOM of u thrifty housewife with little to spare on personal Her hats as well as her adornment gowns are unostentatious. Souie of the more simple dresses In her ina cst 's watftroOe CWl not more than the e.pin nlctit of $3. That Is Dot to sav that they are Mil of cheap material, (hi the contrary, the queen always Insists that no matter bow low priced the dress supplied t her It must contain no Imitation material. Everything must be the best of Its kind. Usually Queen Mary orders several gowns at the same time In order that the may not waste time. Word Is sent to the establishment she Intends to patronize telling the manager that the ipieen will call at such and such I time on such and such a day. A general description of the kind of gowns fihe would like to purchase accompaThe manager nies the notification. must provide a private room in which to receive her majesty, and a number of gowns sm h as he thinks will meet with her favof are paraded before her on a living model. Queen Mary tuu decided tates of her own in matters of dress, and she seldom orders an exact copy of any of the models shown to her. There Is always some modification required, and ahe gives the most minute directions, which are taken down and submitted in writing for her approval, so that there may be no mistake In some cases dressmakers are commanded to call at Backing bam palace With a selection of model gOWUS, but as a rule QnaM Mary prefers to call at the shops. The "fittings" are always done at Buckingham palace, and the queen makes it very plain thai she does not want to give more than one fitting for each gown. That mens that the modiste must use every care that little or no alteration is uecas- - E cash buys this set of fine solid oak mission style library or living room furniture; and you can pay balance as it suits your convenience. The whole set, large rocker, arm chair, reception chair ami handsome library table, b very piece is full si e and exact v as pictured Ilcst grade of cliaM leather is used in the upholstering of the chairs and rocker. The springs are oil tempered and sag proof. The rocker is easilv wntth $7.50; the arm chair $7.00; the table f6.y, and the small chair f4.x) $2j.ooin all. Just think of the value when you can Ret all four pieces for $13.75; only f2 cash and you can pay balance at your convenience. FURNITURE OUR GREAT STORE IS FULL OF VALUES LIKE THIS IN CARPETS, RUGS, STOVES, ETC. Order One of Our Lawn Swings, only 313-31- 5 QO AO . . . OOiiJO COUPON. OUTFITTING We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest furniture factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. with us; 110 matter where you live; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our t In us inilsof 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, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD W. MARKET ST. BENSINGER CO., Louisville, Ky. I clip this Coupon fioin the The Breckenridjre News, Cloverport, Ky. Bad would like to have full r - an to partic-uli- WE PAY THE FREIGHT to vour home itatiotlj thus putting you on exactly the same fx)tiug with cusanil tell us just tomers who come right into our stores. WRITE 178 Refrigwh.it vou would like to buy in furniture, Baby Carriages or erators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs. Linoleums or Mattings; and we will reply by return mail, giving vou full particulars oi the wonderfull v low prices we can make, and the easy term's we will be glad to give you. We" ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell anil anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the MONEY REFUNDED. Cut oat and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO TO-DAGo-cart- s, i Name rs TO-DA- LOUISVILLE, KY. P. O. Freight Offict r w y f ' LIFE sary. Frequently the draauM made for Queen Mary are trimmed with priceleM lace and embraMtrlM supplied Hum the col lectio 11 at Itwrlilng ham palace. In such eases after the go w ns have served their purpose the Muunlnga are removed to do service again. In no ease are these trimmings sold with the dresses. Queen Mary has been known to wear the same dress as many as twenty-Ar- e times. On an average dresses remain in the royal wardrobe about six months, and during that time they are worn probably eighteen times each, altbongh the frequency of their use varies a great deal, ncording to the nature of their material and style, and thus a walking dress would be worn more often than an evening gown. The ctotbaa of the queen are In charge of a dressing maid and two assistants, called dressers, and IN kept In a great apartment adjoining the queeu'a bedchamber known as the rnhrinom The walls are lined with enorsBOua wardrobes, some containing the state rubes and others her majesty's ordinary gowns and dresses. One ut' the ladies of the bedchamber sends a card in the evening to the dressing maid, airing particulars of the dresses thai will be worn by the qoeea on the following day. After each dress is entered the hour at which It must be ready and laid out In tbO dressing room The system is slmpii-laby the Bum baring of every costume in her majesty's extensive wardrobe, ami any reference to them Is made by number. Tw ice a year Queen Mary personally goes aver her wardrobe and throws out the dreaaai she no lunger wishes to retain. Those glaCBfdSd are disposed of in two ways; a small number are given to the dressing mistress and her assistants, but the great majority are sold to a dress agency. The selling of the queen's old dresse Is conducted by the dressing mistress who Is given the widest discretion In the matter. There Is one condition however, that la always insisted upon under no circumstances :ne the dresses of the apnea to be resold in Kugland by the agency buying ttieiu. d Pennsylvania avenue and Pint street northwest and the statue of Benjamin Franklin, located just off Pennsylvania avenue, near Tenth street, which Is Women as Well as Hen are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. he noticed that the horn was out of tune. "Who Is that playing the horn in such an unholy way?" he demanded. "It is I," said a tremulous voice, "Ah, It is you. is It? Well, go right home." It was bis own father. Rossini's whimsicality extended even Having been born on to his birthday. Feb. "!. in leap year, he had of course a birthday only once iu four years, he faceand when he was seventy-twtiously Invited his friends to celebrate his eighteenth birthday. All his life he had u dread of the number thirteen, us well as of Fridays. He never would invite more than twelve to dinner, and once when he had fourteen he made sure of an understudy who would, at a moment's notice, have been ready to come should one guest have missed. And, though this was a double superstition, he died on Friday, Nov. 13. New York Sun. o DR. H. J. BOONE Peimanent Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m. Dentist Cloverport. hy. Marion Weatherholt, Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance "EMPIRE BUILDER OF FUTURE" nt one-doll- 1 uhw'..' 11 American Better Adapted to Colonization Than Others. "Young man, do nut cross the AtDo not lantic iu search of wealth. think thut energy aloue, as iu Aineri ca, wiil win success for you in Lu rope. The supply Is greater than the demand." This was the comment of Harry (I. Solr.Mge, American owner of a depart-mau- l store iu London, who has come home for a brief visit, when asked il bngland would be a good place for a hustling young American to try his fortune. "Lvery linmth scores of British boys seel; my advice on this subject, an Invariably tall them to get out of Bn "I would rope." s::!d Mr. Selfridge. say the s.une thing to the Ameri SO It Is no phue for the small manufae tutor, the sin., II mer hunt or thi' mar limit a large who wants a jo . and strong orgaaanitkia he cannot hope for WUCfa m "The American bel uigs iu the new country, ii" will be the aasnire build- er of the future, When he does begin coloni.atlon in earnest he will realize that he is better adapted to HOC and than the man of any other nutlon. He is the best of all 'mixers.' " i -e.-.- 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 Thut resolutions of respect are published at 5 cents per line, Pleue do not send to It I I n III itml other annoying nervousness and 1 The Columbus memorial to be erect ed on the pluza directly lu front of the main entrance) to the Union stu tiou at Washington Will be uuliiue among nuch struc tures iu the national capital lu that it will be composed ul 1 most entirely of pure white marble All the Koulpturnl work will be of thut material. That iieiudes the heroic statue uf Columbus, the two figures of uucient and modern Amerleuu 111 d habitants. i',kV shaft which forms the background of the stHtue, the Klobc and two eagle, which surmount the shaft, the laruvel on which the statue "'amis uud its alletroi ical figurehead, the two lions which decorate the ends uf the semicircular fountain wheh provides a sctlhiK fur the statue and the supeistrm lure of tbe fountain basin With two exceptions ull the Pinklmiii, ut Lynn, MMM numerous Maim s erected lu the public Mr. Invites all Nick women to write parka in the District are made uf er udTSOg is Of, bron xe or similar cast material The lie I 'or ml b e uud .ilw.i iii ii.i fiuiuo turns mj the uuval muuuuieut at ' restored my health !i re n JNs. Jatnl never forge! to tell . niy friends what 11m '' u ll.wlia I'.. I'ltikham s Vegetable Compouiiil ha duM tor mo during this trying period. Complete ma to ration to health nvrsni so much to me that for the Hake of other suffering women am Willing to make my trouble public ho you mav publish this letter." Mlts. ('has. BAJtCLAY, M.Y u, QraniUrtUe, vt. No other medicine for woman's ills ami has received such endorsement. No other medicine we know of lias such a record of cures as has Lydia L. I'inkham's Vegetable lompataiid. Fur more than SO years it lias been curing woman's ills Hitch us inllamiua-tion- , ulceration fibroid tumors, irregularities, ieriodic pains and nervous prostration, and it la unaq nailed for carrying women safely thruugh the period of change af life can truly say that WILL BE OF MARBLE. iLyuia 1. riiikbaui Iveffetable Com. IHiiiml has prOTCel Sculptural Features Designed by a Worth inniiiitiiius of Cousin of Prosidont Taft. gold to me, us it 1 symptom, COLUMBUS MEMORIAL Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. 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Address Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. 1 1" Owenaboro, Ky. To remove nicotine from the teeth anil purify the breath after smoking. To eradicate perspiration and body odora by sponge bathiiif. The best antiseptic wash known. Relieves uud strengthen tired, weak, Innamedeyes Heals sorcthroal wounds uud cuts. and 50 ets. .1 box, druggUts or by mail postpaid. Sample I n c. THE PAX TON TOILET CO.,Bustw..M. purify the breath. To keep artificial teeth and bridge work clean, odorless frVlJ g ROBERT LAIRD BORDEN. of the New SECURELY REPOSING C3 dtpOfitOTJ lor vmir idle fund. bMM ie utmost ecurilv is afforded ilicin. ami dJ ii depositor of tliis instittition you me extendi" every approved biinkins. convpnienee, in our power t place nl yiurdispn-,il- . in ilie tfWftff VAUlt Pale Faces weak, and shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you need Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-faced, lomethinj of the Carter I of ihil bank 1 b the ideal -- I II c fgH tUUl$ inntr llir ornhig of nrrnnnt s hi mail THH . FAKMLRS BANK, :: Hardinsbuix Ky. E 60 Prime Minister of Canada. I.oliert I.alrd Rorden, Canada's new prime minister, Is of Vankee ancestry. His family came originally from Con nectlcut. Its member were, however, loynl to the Lngllsh cause during the Uovolnt Inn. He Is the only Conserva tive member of a famllv that Ins a wnys been strongly Liberal. Ills courtly presence, pleasing platform man ner and clear. Incisive stylo of address have made him an effective lender of his adopted party. Mr Itordeu Is now lift seven year old. Five years before he assumed the leadership In 1801 he had never been hoard of In public life. In MM I- 08 mm Rheumatic Pains quickly relieved Sloan's Liniment is good" for pain of s it. It penetrates, without rubbing;, thro::., h the muscular tissue riht to the bone rclievesthc congestion and gives permanent as.well as temporary relief. any Take C. W. BOIII I! CARDUI M At ION WEATHERH0L1 J W PATF: The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "I was so weak I could I suffered, hardly go. 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 taking today. Cardui, Photo by American R. In A. W, Lav of Lafayette, Ala., vnitr; " 1 had rln urratism In five years. I trie I dodwi and several different rcmede i but t!iey did not help nic. I obtained a b ittie of Sloar.'s Liniment wliich did me so much good tha I would not do without it lor anything." TMMAJ L. Rirr f L.iston, Pa., writes: " I bare Bod S.oan's Liniment anr! find it p :i:n. ' Mr. (i.t). losr ; of Baldwins, L.L, writes: "I have found .Moan's l.in- Imrnt pir crTl!,n'"' I have iiM-- it for bfoJtoa ,;acs above the knee by a fall, and to my great Ullaf ai'tl'lll 1 w is abet to resume cap my duties in less than three weeks al'ei the accident." t;rr,.-.lu:s Here's Proof. fr rlitu-m.ili- c Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. SLOANS LINIMENT is No rubbing necessary rrM Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle. Sheep and Poultry sent free. Association. an excellent remedy for sprains, hniises, sore throat, asthma. you can apply w ith a brush. At mil doalora. Price, SOc. & $t.oo. 25c, Address Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. nottliKX. COST OF CHEOPS PYRAMID. Estimates on Application 3s3 KSte It Could Not Be Duplicated Today For Less 'Than $100,000,000. One of the most familial1 questions nsUeil hy "personally conducted" tourists visit inp Bnropa and Mm gnat pyramid built ly Cheops is. "I wonder how m u c h It cost to build?" a building contractor with n head for flguraa and bolldlng estimates bus es- timated thai the &3: SS5 SS2) KSSE: S535 S63; 'S) 5S33 rvS3? SB3j Building Material! Let us have a chance to figure It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will get your order or make the firm who does get it give you with you. all its profit. Cheops pyramid coal d not be duplicated today for less than with modern machinery mid the employmeiil of 40.000 stonecutters, hinders, qua fry men, masons and laborers a duplicate of the pyramid COO Id be erected In two years, it has been calculated that the work really required the services of 100,000 men for thirty years. The Cheops pyramid occupies n r space of twelve and ni , Is 74'i feet high and contains 1 411, Ml o.non cubic yards of stone and granite, The material alone represents nn item of $.".i;.(Hi.oon, while the labor would increase this amount by To this must be added $."!,- 000. 000 for tools, transportation and similar items. The pyramid Is built on a solid rock 150 feet deep, and to build a foundation of this character would add to the cost to the extent of making the total of 1100,060.000 flOO.-oco.co- u three-quarterc-;- he was elected Conservative member for Halifax, lie went to Ottawa with the reputation of being one of the ablest lawyers In Nova Scotia. He soon became a lender In debate. By the close of parliament he was pro ml' netit In the opposition. Then the genital elections played havoc with those who outranked him In service, and he soon found himself thrust from com punitive obscurity to the forefront of his party. Mrs. Borden was Miss Laura Bond of Halifax, a member of a fine old English family. Her magnetic person ality. tact and political knowledge have been of vast assistance to her husband during the difficult years he has led the opposition. She entertains charmingly and extensively during the season and Is an enthusiastic member of the Ottawa Golf club, plays an excellent game herself and has a wide range of social, philanthropic and artistic Interests, eminently fitting in the woman called upon to discharge the social obligations of the foremost, elective position in Canada. Sir Wilfrid I.aurier, whom Borden succeeds, had been premier for many years and proved himself a distinguished statesman. He la seventy iiiiiiawriHiA'iMiiiiiimtiiifi;iaymiM3fii:!WRiii):i wm i (svw. HAP irf t aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaiaaaaaaasaM'-- ,WM Ji.vri 7Ai! 5? mm EXGRAVERS TP T . C MANUFACTURING i. IM I'jV u T5he V Breckenridge News Cloverpurt, Ky. a T Lr 1H rvr I nciC, FOR- - .C THIS tXCUSIVE P Al r LINE.- CM-re Z j ,r4 J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (81 SON Granite and Marble years old. Don' I tr'fle with a cnld is good adfo' rrudent men and women. It mav be vtal in case of a child. Th- re ;s nntblg het'e than CaanthetlahVa Congb Remefly for roughs and rol It In cbild'eo, It is s fr and n'e. Poi by all i'e dera, vice -- Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT. KY. FR. SHERMAN BREAKS DOWN. West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky SH6 Jfcfe? ! -fM -K- HC Sl-S- :- RURAF, TELEPHONES r Mr. tuanaerof the Uumberlunl Telephoned Telegraph r Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND banner, are you interested? If so, call on the I TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Incorporated. COMPANY i You Can Make One Friend That Will Not Turn You can bg inuk.ii). a y;reat friend every day- - a friend thut will see you through every trouble M building J Ottl a bank account in The First State Hank of (rviogtOB. And it i.s not only the money you have in this liank that help, or the absolute secuiity, but will be an the conservative aid tad counsel in linaticial mat lei that this bank - always readv to extend to its depositors. Hank here by mail ju- -t as easily and safely as in person ever-prese- 1 FIRST STATt BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier Now x V Better Subscribe for The News Right Noted Jesuit, Sen of General Sherman, Goes to farm or business I If you do y m to Do Father Thomas Baring Sherman, S. mtv find ju-- t wli.it you nee I in this dertuiont. If you arujinterat- feat .1"., eldest sou of (iencral Siicrman, has uonght rafnge i:i a sanitarium at San e. in tiny of the following proprieties write - at once lor ow or'a - nit vou, wr le us at onee dose, Cal. inline mid address. If n me of iheM placeKather Sherman rented a sensation tolling iia and when he tried to p over the ground of bo ha the sea ua iiitroduot you to the man rhil Ireu villi ttnpl ell confidence as it his father! famooa march to the costains n i harmlul drug. Sold by all lie had a military escort and was for. Prealdenl Room stopped In Georgia 'teale- s We recommend the following propetie aj h)intl produ i veil then withdrew thees cat. Science Finds a Poison of Sleep. As n raejag man Tom Sherman w is d'i l fair in price. Mission has arisen Considerable dis one of the most dishing ami popular your farm or busi e s- -; In Kcientltic to iivles over the expert youths in Washington. Do You it He graduated 1. rata of mm. I.tgendtt and pteroa in from the Jesuit college at QaorgOtOWn for your property, semi pine und deauriJttij at one-anI'aris. who have and was ! kaVO bOCOMO I polltlcla'l let us Q ) you bo we bfiag buyer und -- eller tOffOl her. discovered that under bis uncle, the Ohio senator. This dep.ifl'ii 'iit is conducted solely for the parpOM of enabling real reason the Suddenly he made up his mind to be why we pi to buyer- - ni l at'.ltn of farnMor bumneaj proprieties' to make quick -- a at come a ,tisult sleep Is because our l r a n has D. "Doin's Ointment cured me "I c zema y been a i' t u a that l annoyed me a hum lime Tlu poisoned. Sleep, ro aeeeaaea Haew 4 loopbona and ettb, reasonably irisal house well water-cure was permanent. lion. ,s No. is they declare out lei 011 every side Portion of 1, lew hum. excel eat scH ul. , M tthews, Commissioner Labor S'llis-tic- s, - Mteefe4 I ssllea j railroad,. Kurt f irm. Price J3.W0 produced t brottgb fvt AiifriistH, Me. ratj near aatpieoneBilietnnischoo a morbid change In the cells of the farms 144 acres, No I I Two ou ihe.r.ier. good 191 loraai Iioue. bolh lmpro.a. frontal lobe of ihp brain They discovH acres I mile frost Ekroa. Meade mollis l.tM apple irees usi In prime of life. An Unforeseen Calamity. 1 ered a dog that died of insonmiti and Bood school. II churches. Iioal landlilK. IslO. 1 e.iunty t '1 mile of public school. In his own mind Abel Saunders was uibegrudrd school. Koud land injected some of the serum of it aerea, iad evi Ni I? good barn good lead cleared, well . east brail Into another dog, thereby cans a man marked out by destiny for mis No 4lis.i.-i-- 'J .. u. uorih of II o ... alt V4 miles located 3 mhos from Irvliik'lou Price f 1. .100 Ing it to fall Into a deep sleep, from fortune; In the minds of his neighbors mile of church and school, g oil IiuIIuIiiks acres '( I 1 IM acres ynx In a va'ley; 4 which It subsequently awakened In n It was a wonder that such a shiftless anil fences. uim1 orch ird an J water; JOcc room dwelltna and hall ; 1 tenant In I1111I1. r. 10 acres line while ouKs it perfectly healthy condition, from this mnn sot on as well us Abel did. bouses, Urrfo tobacco bam ; IV, tulles MoUtb of Kirk. wile from si'iiiMii well 3 When he appeared at the door of the and similar experiments they assert (0 aetea In near barn; on Kur.tl Houle. (j at acres, all le fvi O obard and araasi plenty of tlsaber, spruiKs that sleep Is due to a natural poison resilient who hud ordercil a dozen dvelJiaa, t laaalaa igruwi er. s. Ml lval all can be IA The poison of sleep, they contend, is the BtsM before he unfolded a much hall. Biaai and goodhouse, teuunl room und N buMS two lion cultivated;' good par and took from It four rooms. attMsOOD imru. sialic and corn evtba medbaraa btg lob uieu bam; 3 dvellloes; i In fact an antidote for the poisons licit rumpled mi es from :siy.irds from Mcyuady und school In use. sample. Kas terms arc the byproducts of every mental Prli'e l . 4i0. Kasy terms I 'That's all there Is left o what and physical action of our lives, and gel Ulaa pood land aeai IS IT acres mi. mil. 'iv ..f siouH Mr U w aeeesHreekenrldireeouoty, Baala N Deaa; bo. sir, we awake from sleep when it has started with." he said lugubriously one soli, liu. tprlnaa. watered by wells and sprlims. oa sood anybody but me they'd of llie host sections In the coumy lea used our higher nerv ous centers "If 't hud been County road, nearuooilsclio.il and churches. Now Hut the four MitM. I stock Ua aetea of the poisons that our dally toil has "ve ot here till right j good levelI Balls South of Bock Tale, gi h ul tobaoeo bava eon tine clover and baras, bouses, room dweiiinn land ltO. Krass little holes that was In the bottom o tenuut louse and necessary uulhuttdliiKs laud. tenuut ri, 100. produced. v Price the ban I saw 'em. but there wa'n't School housd und church In 3J0 yards. Price lit ll acres located mileU north of 1u any one of 'em half big enough for an il.uaOeash. : McQuad) I'n A Texas Wonder. ,1 dwell from egg to come through If they didn't si jj jagaerea, I les rooms Kirk, porch, bit a nee In yearly pavmeats. IslO. story an m all Join together when I was most over food well, small La seal house, good ham and Nil I "7 314 aero on,local,11,. ar lrlngtoa 1 r ri'ii im Is s The Texan Wonder cure kidney and here! If I hadn't 've been ua spry as aud stable, sood orchardthat section I'llller hltll stale of cu ll vat loll TwotracU- - IU0 UNS lii one and vail Uuurovnl j good orchard well watered a man like Hie has to learn to be bladder trouble, re moving gravel, No it IS a res In the oilier I'.'l acres lo- - an Ideal place I'rlce 410.000; ash. btlaoca 's 100 acres cure diabetes, weak and lame backs, couldn't iMTe saved ye u single on easy paymeuts. caied il mile, froui liurdliishurir mile of KliiKswood I'ouipnnlou. miles from llarued; rncumatiauj, and all of la 10 Ma) acre 4M mlseat 'ro Hardlaa- college. buva, county "ell the kidney and bladder in bolh men - ocated on l In rvt . railroad el oue o! the iH st farms In iln mil I'rlee Impure blood runs you dowu uiakes lsio. ilk 4,000. mil from Webster, food barn and women. Regulates bladder troubyou mi easy victim lor organic diseaer. le in children. If not ol) by your llu acr.-smiles troa, (iuslou. diuggUt will be aent by mail on re- -Hui 'ock Blood hitters purities the blood at j , OVVJ 1 n.iKs from Irvlustou; well (WW) vol II acres foui cures the cause builds you up. roll, nr inch lays we food vouag orebardj good $2 lilol watered ceipt of $1.00. Oue small bottle a$Va llmlier oil rural route school house few yards railroad all Ireab laud; 100 acre lu cultivawill produce the beet ; 40 a res In grass tnouth't treatment and telc'oui fail to fro 1 bouse; luiurovemeuts; gojd four room tion Louisville Evening Post dwelltiiK wllb kitchen on buck porch; two corn, wheat aad tobacco In neighborhood ; perfect a cure. Or. K V. Hall, and Hreckenridge News good bsrns; b.rn and leuetil bouse and ell pleutyloglasltug water, well al door of dwell-ludwelling. It rooms and side rinjai lem back lu the held; lc.it and hen house; ifiMjd one year 93 $0. Olive street, 8t. Louia, Mo. Send for woodshed; will sol uu easy puymeuis. plenty stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant bourse. Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug of sm 'II fruit. Further particulars addreaa P. outy of good llmlter for farm purpeas S good laud to clear. Price iJ.UOO cash. Juo I). Babbage. Oloverport, By. Now. Subscribe giU. li You are not exp rinienting on vour- wh-- n vou take Cbamherla'n'e Cough Remedy for a cold s thut p epurati ill repntnlin end eaten- has wo 't sue silt by ils remarkable cures of colds, and can alwnya be den udtd upI is equally valuable for hdtilts on a d ,thld en and nay be given to young Real Estate Department you want buy i what you want and where 'you want it 1 are looking very property it ya - want cash Want Sell . d 1 I Jno. Babbag. ; In-i- d, fta-s- i. es or-Isi- it I' I 11 llu' 1; 11, 1 ; eggl"-Youlh- 'A lu ; it'. If : ; ; . ; $3.50 Right j jBskit l IRUINRTnN'R ROUND OF EVENTS AND NEWS. Information Received Of Death Frakes. Of Mrs. Carrie School Improvement League Organized. Mrs. Walter J. Piggott President lowe'en Social. MEN'S GUN CLUB -- fm, urn s iii IYIILLINLM AT COST ii From noW a CLOTHING ...i ow... until Dec i th Big Hal- He wise and lift vour Mil fore (hoy arc handled. Mi I MEETS. oppoi unity for low prices on millinery has never been offered in Irvington. Such Miss Hhtnch Hly has returned from' Louisville. m4 Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children have Rone to Cloverport after Mr. A Sacrifice Sale of Society Men, Traveling Men, Professional Men and men in all walks of life has been included in our Fall and Winter Line of Suits a two weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs Jacob Morrison. Mi-Blanch Hohson, of Roosevelt. Okla. ,who spent three months here the Kuest of relatives, will leave Saturday for her home. She will be accompanied by her cousin, Miss Claudia Bandy, who will be her guest for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Marshall left Friday for Kansas City, Mo., where they will visit his brother, John Marshall and Mrs. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Jolly were host and hostess at an informal party given at their home on High street on Friday evening. Their guests included Misses Nellie Smith, Jessie Brady, Kva and Mabel MoGlothlan, Viola Lewis. Blanch Hobson, Claudia and Maggie Bandy, Messrs. Hubert Lyons, Krtiest Kees, I'oin Galloway, Robert Lyons, Herschel Kirk and Dr. W. B. Taylor. Miss Martha Lou Powell has returned to Glen bean after a visit to Mrs Geo Oiler. Mrs. I. L. I'arrott and Miss Carrie Lloyd arrived Friday from Sumpter, South Carolina, for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Q . W Lydrian. Mr. and Mrs Fred Sadenwater are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a little girl in their home Miss Susie Segaser, of Stephen-burKy.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. T R Bland. The men's prayer service which ' meets every Sunday afternoon at ino'clock is increasing in number and terest. They have anywhere from to fifty in attendance. twenty-liv- e These are fine gatherings and every man would be benefited bv going. Miss Maggie B.tndy will go to Lexington this week as a delegate from the Women's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church of this city, to attend the Svnodical missionary meeting Mrs. V J Piggott Ii is returned from Louisville1, where she intended the National American Suffrage convention and the State Sunday School convention. The young peoples societies of the three churches will unite in having a social on Hallow'! night at tl.e s g, WOMEN'S HATS MRS. l J H. MILES Ky. lrvinton, ton Hardaway) of St. Louis, Mo., is expected this week for a visit to her grand-parentMr. and Mr. Jno Cox, H. Jolly attended the Mrs. Loi-.iFarra concert in Louisville last week, while there she was entertained bv Miss O.'ers-.ree- t it; her Park apartment. Miss Florence Cain has returned to Louisville and will be with Miss Marv Clarkson for the winter. Rev. Chas. R. Shepherd preached two excellent sermons. The music was splendid. There were four additions to the church, all by letter. Mrs. L. B. Moremen left Monday for New Albany, for a visit to Mrs. J. R. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs H. P. Hart are moving to West Point this week, where Mr. Hart has accepted a position as agent of the L. H. it St. L. railroad. News has beer, received here of the death of Mrs. Carrie Frakes, who died Sanday night at Lakeland. The remains were t.iken to Brandenburg Monday. Rev. R. F. Adair and Bro. W. G. Banly will leave Thursday for Louisville to attend Presbytery and then go on to Lexington to attend the meeting of the Synod. Mrs. G. L. Brad; , who has been the guest Of bar daughter, Mrs. Tony McCoy in Louisvi.le has returned. Mrs. Fidelia Galloway left Saturdav lor Loulsvilia, where she is vi iting Mr. and Mrs. Kri.est Galloway. Tailor Made Suits For Women CLWe 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 Classy Shoes and those with charac- 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. 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. MATTIGLY ill, News has been received here of the death of Mr. Bud Pate, of Yelvington. HARD1NSBURG elevation in rapid flight down the Mississippi, as he passed ovet Minneapolis. A school improvement le:gue was fully organized on la-- t Monday afternoon, consisting of about fifty members with more to inllow as interest in1 he following officers were creases. elected for ll.e ensuing ear: Mrs. V. J Piggott. frvaiuant; Mrs. H.B Head, Mr. and Mrs T. C Mathews ana Vice Presiden' ; M s R K McGlothlan, children, who spent the last two weeks isecretary a Of) 1'rt usurer. A number ot in B.irdstown with relatives, have re- committee's war appointed. turned home. Bread baking success is guaranteed if Mrs. J no. Nevitt and daughter. Miss V'm: e the Lt wisport BKST Floui Marv Nevitt, spent a few d tys in Lou isville last week shopping. Thanksgiving Fea t Planned The Gun Club had a special meeting By Colored Church. on last Monday afternoon with quit a number of expert uun nen on U c fuh'. Mr. WinheWl Hendn , of this city, w n The colored Mat I (.(list church of Inthe honor as the best tosM shooter, itial'"! will give a Thanksgiving feast while Mr. LaConipt, of New Vori-- , Nov. mbe: 30 to Dtcen ber 3 A "Dol proved the best single shot. lar Kail)'1 UI be held and several Mr and Mrs. A. U. Pulliam, wro leatures. of entertainment visited iclatives it) Lo'.:isvil.e last week, along with (! will be had. returned Sunday. F. D. Ilrackaaridga is the pastor and Many colortd Miss Nellie Moorman spent several Levi Starks the Cashier. days of this wee1', as the jjucst of Mr. churches of the coaUy will unite with ami Mrs. Charlie Blanford. the IrvlOKtoa church in their celebra Mrs. Geo. F. Davis (nee Miry riles tion. ; He was the son of the deceased Dow John Shaw, of The Farmers' Bank has Pate, of Hi igah, brother of Mrs. Tom and M. H. Beard, of The Bank of Har- Klden Frank, who has been .tisburg;, are in Lexington this week, Bates recovered. attending The State Bankers' Associa Miss Matilda Tindall and Mr. Halmer tion. James Keenan, Jr , of Tar Fork, has typhoid fever. Pate were married at Hardinsburg Mrs. Fi. B English and little son, of are visiting at Marvin One of Sam Beavin's children has Oct. 1H. The bride is the daughter of Owcnsboro, Mr. and Mrs. James Tindall and the Beard's. typhoid fever Mr. and Mrs Koland A. Smith, of groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vane Tom Holmes is very ill. Stephensport. were guests of Mr. and Pate. Mrs. Marion Jackson, of Tar Fork, is Mrs. Will Lennon Monday. Miss Florence Rhodes went to very low with tuberculoids. Miss Pirdle Dyer, of Elizabethtown, shopping Saturday. was the guest of Hev. and Mrs. M. L. James Furrow is suffering with rheumatism. Bread uakinp is guaranteed a success Dyer Sunday. Miss Bessie Foote, of Bewleyville, if you use Lcwisport BKST Flour. Ora Wilson, of Mcljuady, has been was the guest of Miss Kuth Kincheloe visiting his aunt, Mrs. Tom Brickev. several days last wee. Rev George Jones, of fellville, filled James Merritt Dead. Mrs. Taylor Beard was the guest of his regular appointment at Cave Spring Mrs. Lee Bishop, of Louisville last church last Sunday. The funeral of James Merritt was week. Mr and Mrs. Tom Brickev attended held at Stephensport last Thursday and Miss Maud Smith, delegate to the church at Cave Spring last Sunday. the burial took place in the Basham Convention, reState Sunday-schoMrs. Jacob Miller of this Mr. and Mrs. Vane Fate entertained grave-varturned from Louisville Sunday night. to dinner Sunday the following guests: city attended. Master John Beeler Walker is ill of Mr. Merritt died at his home in Mrs. Nobe Fate, Mr. and Mrs. James I'erkins, Mr. and Mrs. George Taul and Wednesday. He was an excell- typhoid. Mis Sam Taul. D. B. Allen, former teacher of Kirk, years ent oung man, just twenty-tw- o Joe Burdett has returned from Kvans- - of age a mother, four but now in St Paul. Minn. .writes that He leaves ville. he saw Hugh Robinson at a 1!,000 feet brothers and four sisters. Clo-verpol Can-nelto- Mr Allen will come home Christmas. Mrs. Henry Trent, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls Davis Dowel went to Owensboro yesterday. Misses Tula Mercer, Margaret Peyton, Mary Franklin Beard, Mrs. J. H. Pile and Nathaniel Shellman, attended the State ConvenSunday-school tion in Louisville. Dave Walls was at home Sunday from Custer He recently gave a box supper, which netted for the Custer school library. Mr. Walls, so far as we have learned, is tne first teacher in the county to order the pupils reading circle course for this year. Teachers' Association at Harned next Saturday. "Bread baking -- uccess is guaranteed if you use the Lewinport BEST Flour." Sold by J. II. Gardner. If vou want to save money in buying: ewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. 3r 1 1 Come to Louisville at Our Expense ii I I W r fcaaja S 7 m THAT U 0 tf I f UJt.il'j ir whM I TY (OtffO H1Hl. HllllKIS', ii t h t s ?j lilt, i round trip ticket f nmi your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store. lake your return ticket and your sales checks, which are given you with each purchase, to the transfer desk (South end of liuildinsr) lust Hour, and we will refund to you in cash ft per eent of your total purchases up to the amount of your Round Trip Kail road Fare. M i it S S SI M j m SSS mm wmw y c 4 ',K 3 hi . ' . A Shoe Week for Our Mail Order Customers j Kml M u: cot si B B B at M v A hit. iks mi osshi niK'nt.it o$ Iv s y t l J Featuring "llci Majesty" the best $:5.i0 shoe Fmhriu ing the Style, Comfort, Muter on earth. lal and finish to be found in a much higher priced shoe. All leathers, all styles, all sizes one price your order wi!l leccivc prompt and attention, ller Maje-- t v hoe ate best for IMaNful the reason that the leulliei-- . mtiterial and work iiiiinsliip are all the bcM and elected grades "ller Majesty" sold exclusively by Stewarts. Autumn and Winier Styles Stylish tans, suedes, dull calf, patents and kid Fabric- - are black sulin, velvet and cravenette. Medium high cut button pattern- - are featuring Mm popular high toe last ellecis. The more eon ei ;u e shaie.s if desired, price S3.00 leather-- . d. 9 m a w 1( Kl BS lK' '"" '"" i nit i m t m tin w) nintK ii a hi III in 1 lilt w in . HCHHIKt, wotff oi mi aM 'Mm mm. B B B SB m .' Write to-da- smII -- Jtfx Z. i' -''A -- -- i r"'J '" " B The Stewart Dry Goods Co. iv Louisville, Ky,