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DIES THURSDAY Glen Dean Citizen Who Was Ed- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER WOMAN'S FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY Has Jubilee Meeting Sunday I, 1911. 8 Pages No. 17 ucated At Annapolis And Afterward Was City Attorney Of Owensboro Answers Last Call. WAS LONG A Night At Methodist Church. Officers Take Part In Excellent Progam-Origi- nal MARSHALL NORTON ANSWERS FALSE CHARGES IN HIS OWN WORDS. . BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar -- ROYAL Pa- Westview, Kf.t Ootobtr 80, 1911. To the Voter of Braettnridgi County; NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE In answer to the pusillanimous epithet handed me bj the Fourth MEMBERSHIP INCREASING fifty Dim rii t Leader, which were prepared by the whole editorial stall-Hen jr Priest Moorman, aged nine years, died at his home in Glen wish to submit the following: Since my candidacy they have charged Dan on Tbursday last after an afflicttUiftU, V fM vm fftftttr Kv.iuckv improve Sunday evening The Woman's For- me with MOM unwarranted falsehoods, which were without founda tucky are her ion of many years and being confined eign Missionary Society her schools. If y,.u of the Meth- tion and reason. I have heretofore ignored nt a tfr K ntuoky, Improve hwr sch oil If th?m. hut the old saving to his bed aboat a month. ThouKh par odist church I. eld a jubilee meeting. "that enough is enough'' you want a dryer Kentucky, improve her schools. has come true, and I now wish to brand If Vou want a tially paralyzed, hs remained conscious Mrs. V. Q Babbige. president of the them less te in Kentucky, improve her SCO On U; for to have a less as campaign lies. and conversed intelligently almost to society, presided. The members who you must stop her crime-- . the end, which he fully realized was read papers were: Mrs. Shelby Con It you want a less criminal KenFirst, they charge me of being whisky man, and that I have end When the surely approaching. and will work to that interest. Now I wish to say that was the lirst tucky, improve her schools. In fact, if you want a perfect Kenrad, Mrs. Frank Fraize, Mrs. Allen came, he was surrounded by the mem- Kingsbury, Mrs. tucky, you nasi perfect her schools. I IUn for tbfM, litst. hist and Francis Smith, Mrs. of their unfair representations of rn Kvcrv opportunity of my life bers of his family aud surviving broth Nannie Ferry. Mrs. W. H. Bownier. I have voted for Local Option, and God being my judged I will ever MWftjrs, rhankinir you for yor vote, your influence and promising ers. Mre. WicklitTe DeHaven and Mrs. do so. Here I wish to state that my opponent has never said or 10 work with untiring energy for every thing that is for a better Ke He was the oldest son of R jbert Moor- Wickliffe Moorman. tucky, I am, your- - respectfully. man, a packer and tobacconist of OwThe society has had an interesting sighted as to whether he voted in local option election in 1906 when ensboro. He was educated for the navy, growth. Mrs. Moorman, treasurer, Rreckenridge county went 1,500 dry. MARSHALL NORTON. I voted for local option in spending three years at Annapolis, aud said in her report that their first pledge hat election; was one of its promoters and an officer in said election. then studied law with Owen ft HI lis, la- was $5 and has gradually increased to For the last six weeks the Fourth District Leader has asked me ter becoming City Attorney of Owens- f0 for the great cause of converting FATHER JENKINS JUDGE AHL been endowed heathen nations. Mrs. DeHaven gave the question as to my stinding on the County Unit. Mr. Editors, boro. But few men have with more natural gifts than was he. an attractive paper on the history of tins is my answer: The Democratic platform says that we are in faWhile he was always a student along the missionary work and Mrs. How- - vor of tne extension of the County Unit. etc. I stand llatfooted on Visits The County After An Ab- Journeys To Cloverport In Intercertain li es, he did not follow the law mer's paper contained some treasured that platform; am iu faver of all in it; will vote on all occasion- - and Twenty-Ninsence of Years. and finally located on his farm near memories of the Cloverport society. est Of His Political Race' questions leading up to any provisions in said platform. Mr. Editors, Glen Deau where he remained until Miss Eva May favored the audience Was Pastor of St. Rose Church are you satisfied I Is that plain enough for you I Has Already Planned What he moved into town to educate his chil- with a sweet solo, "Jesus Lover of My Mr. Prohibition voter do you honestly believe that the RepubliYears-Enj- oys Eight dren. Loyalty to Ins friends was one of Soul,-- ' sung to the music of "Sing Me Visit He Is Going To Do For his slrougr-s- characteiistics and, as he To Sleep" The Rev. Mr. Lewis also can party is sincere in tueir favoring the extention of the County Back. State. If Elected. it was aided in the program. was a bright conversationalist, Unitl Take their Convention at llardinsb Jig. September 25, l'.Hl. alwuvs a pleasure for thoue about to enThe Cloverport Foreign Missionary Did they in their choice of a candidate between Mr. H;nry Cinnon, "He sassy when necessary. (Jet peoAlthough Society has earnest, enthusiastic gage him in conversation. Judge William Ahl. Republican cana man whose very life was his views and answer to the question, or ple to do your way 11 sorely tifflicted, he compla'ued but litand members. its the right didate for Representative, was iu CloJudge William Ahl whoso very life is his answer to the extension of way," said Father J T. Jenkins as he verport Friday. The last tle and saiit he was prepared and witime left the News office Saturday morning. here his visit was a political he was the County Un t, show their sincerity ? lling to die. tnissiou. He was returning- to his home at New but not so Mr. Moorman is survived by a wife, MISS SUE NEWTON Next they state that I m a delegate to the Louisville Convenclose to his heart as his jour Hope after a week's visit in Brccken-riogney down the Pike was that cold, o.eak who was Miss Florence Fleming, a niece tion and allege that I voted tor the Watterson amendment. I have county, having attended the Cen- day last week. "Why do you of Col. Layfayette Green, and four dauwant to seventy-fivupright, honest school boys and girls who will state that tennial of St Komualds churcn. be Representative?" the man of ghters; and by two brothers, W, R. and Daughter of One of Cloverport's I was not at that convention, because I Twenty-nin- e years ago he left Clovyears of age was asked. "I want T. H. Moorman. Members of the Board wis at Westview on t tat day teaching these very boys and girls. Further, I was not a delegate erport after being pastor of St. Rose to show them something.'' He meant of Glen Dean, of which he of Trustees Pioneer Citizens Gives Up To was Chairman, were among the pallnor was I represented by proxy, and 1 defy the said editors to prove church eight years. This was the first the Legislature. "I have an idea that Illness- - Door Opened To Rebearers. The interment was in the city same to be otherwise. More, I went to "FAIR,"' ' HONEST," "UP-UIG- lime oack, Out lie remembered nearly the Whole state needs to be all his friends. "The eyes of a person I cemetery on Saturday. the districts made as near square ceive Kindness of Friends. L" Mr Brock and asked him to correct the error and he Hatly rctnemoer," he remarked speaking to as possible and represented equally, if refused to do so. Simply, he was following up the slogan cry of the Dr. J. T. Owen. He wore a tail silk possible." Judge Ahl has Notice. hat, carried a cane and had a little terms as County Judge. served two campaign: thing to defeat Marshall Norto-.- " He has lost Sick and aione. The last word stood Mr. Honest Voter, are you in sympathy with such tactics? Do grip hanging from his shouloer. Father his political enthusiasm, but as his I am not a candidate f jr Councilman out as though it were in a big frame Jenkins nas wit aud point! out the fun friends have put in the coming city election. Ernest when the door of the little home of you wish to support a nun who is upheld and is backed by such men ? ny and glaa side of life lirst, then puts clares that Judge him in again, he deAhl shall come out on Miss Sue Newton was opened last Boyd. Next they cnarge me with being out in favor of the country peo- in touches of the serious. top again. Hi, hotel, the red brick Thursday morning. She has not had ple and at In the next issue of The News he has Hardinsburg, farmers. Mr. Common Sense man, do you appreciate this in has been sold to Mr. Hook much strength since the late summer. Chas. Randall Improved. an interesting article about the miss and election day he but this is the first time that illness mef Do you want your rights represented at Frankfort I Do you resigns from the ion churches of the county. business whether he is elected or not. has completely taken hold of her. Mrs want anything done for your welfare or your children Here is what Chas. Randall, foreman of the ma- Rogers is nursing her under the direc the Republican oroau says; here is what Mr. Brock and Allie Kinch- chine shops here, has been in a critical tion of At Rose Hill. Ir. Simons. The neighbors and eloe says in their paper of September 13: "Mr. Norton said in his I would rather go down in condition fcr several days at The Clo- her relatives are constant visitors to speech of acceptance th.il he stood for the common country people defeat, Miami ing and lighting verport Hotel. His family is with him her bedside, administering to her needs and work Saturday fourteen gallons of butter-bean- s and his father, Mr. Joe Randall, of and wants. for their interest above all others. If Mr. Norton exptcts for tne common people and stay were gathered from Paducah, arrived Saturday. Miss Sue Newton is probably the on to be elected because he is for this, he will just get to stay over at with them, than to be elected on Rose Hill, which is now the garden aglow in all ly child left of any Cloverport settler. Westview and work with them." Now what did "Mr. Brock,' "Al by the Trusts. If you want the rich coloring of autumn. The Woods Seeks Her father was H. M Newton, who lie K." and the '"Little Revenue Postmaster your rights fought for, vote chrysanthemums are blooming profuseMan" do to offset this! Tney nomiowned nearly ail of the East Side of nated a ly and a bunch of the last With Hitchcock city man, one to tight against us, one to stand for the Trusts. for me. Marshall Norton. Interview roesof sumtne town during the lirst years of its mer were pulled for Sunday. Here is my answer to this: 1 had rather go down iu defe.it, by piece, as the port settieraent. Piece A convenient side porch has been standing and fighting for the common people, and stay with them. added to the home. Washington, Oct. 27. Robert E. became inhabited, the Newton estate Mr. and Mrs. was disposed of and the original home man to te elected ly the trusts. If you want your rights Meeting At Hazel Dell. Pierce are busy getting ready for Mr. Woods, postmaster of Louisville, after fought for, Fred Pierce, who is expected soon from addressing the convention of second place, a quaint, pretty house of several vote for me. If you want ttie Trusts strengthened, vote forjudge rooms burned m the fire of Ittoi. New Mexico. Rev. H. C. Jurboc. pastor of Ahl Mr. and Mrs. Robert and third class postmasters here today, Forty years Miss Newton with her M. I church south, assbted Pierce, of West Point, were their guests left for New York, where Postmaster Next, they attack my attitude to the schools, the teachers, the sister run a millinery establishment b Rev Henuie Hruner, is holding a Sunday. General Hitchcock is reported to be on their corner lot. The li tie shop es- pupils and the trustees of Kentucky. They say my lirst proposition series of meetings at present. at Hazel Dell. He caped the flames aud was moved on the In a commendable one. Thank you, Mr. Editors, for saying Hallowe'en In Cloverport. one nice says great interest is being taken in the side lot, this being the home of her thing of me. But of the second, he tries to confuse you to its mean meeting and several professions and Old Foote Homestead own choice for the last ten years. mg. I hold that a teacher in a pauper school does more work than addition! have been made to the The old goblins were to have a merry Burns at Bewleyville Here she has lived alone with only the he receives pay for and should be p.iid for the work done and not by church. Rev. Jurboe is a line pastor chase in Cloverport last night, for the purple and white violets in the springand preacher aud the people of t town was 1 want this deficiency with young peotime and the tall, bare trees in the orade of certificate altogether. met by the all like him. Kidge," the homestead of the winter to watch her go in and out the State and not take it from ple. Some were attired in ghost robes, "Pilot the larger census school- - as is done at Foote family, burued Friday morning. door. some were dressed in witch fashion, present. Beautiful Services The fire was caused from a defective others were masked and as the News In the back yard, on the scene of Next, they criticise me for saying I was in favor of a radical flue. Mrs. Sue Stewart Foote, who is her childhood dreams and fancies, are went to press their Jack o lanterns and visiting her daughter, Mrs. Virgil the graves of her six sisters. Keeping change in the selection and adoption of the school books of KenAt the St. Hose Catholic church this pumpkins had all been lighted to aid Babbage, had planned to return home the grass green on these mounds, is the tucky. They twist auain and try to make it appear that I want a week an important mission ia being them ir their fun. Monday. Her son, Mr. Wallace Foote, delight of her neart in the The Epworth League gave a masked held. Tne missionaries are excellent summer and change of books -a- nother one of their misrepresentations. Here is and the it making arrangements to rebuild at when frost conies she works happily are largely attended social. Preparations were made for services what I want, said and meant. 1 want the law chanired from rh once. by all denominations. aoout me iro.en oianes until they are Father itrey sixty guests. Ice cream and cake were which requires a change of hooks every five years to a was too busy to at present prepare uny announce- the refreshments. Miss Inabelle Morcovered with winter's deep snow. Corn Show At At present the law is for the American Book Com- ments for the uaper and it is regretted rison issued forty invitations to triends The visitors to her bedside say that longer period. Talk, about your futher notice of the services cannot be to a masked party, who were planning In Januarv the little woman shows quite enough pany's benefit and not the pupils' of Kentucky. Lexinaton a jolly time until the weird hours of strength to cling on to life a bit longer. financial savings, investigate this. There are 800,000 school children given. midnight. She has lost her smiles, but her blue in Kentucky. Kvery live years these S00,000 children have to have The second annual corn show of the eyes have a look of eagerness to see Kentucky Corn Growers' Association still more and she calls daily for bright new books. Figure the cost at J to each pupil on the average, Remembers Lucile Memorial Returns From Bowling Green. and every live years the patrons of Kentucky have to spend 1,600, will be held at the College of Agricult- cheerful faces. Squire H. li. Vessell's, of Frymire, ", 1(1- -. ure, Lexington, Ky., January Rev. I V. Craves, former pastor of 000 unnecessarily. For whose benefit is this i The A returned from Howling Green Saturday. Death Comes. Liberal premiums will be awaided. Company and the grafters to bj sure. Now. Mr. Voter, do you the Presbyterian church at Irvington, He was a delegate to the 5th Annual Thoso interested iu the enow write to uow at Auburn. Ky., was at Owensboro The short ail tleuder body was .id blame me for wanting this change? Do you want change' If so last week visitioK relatives. He en- Convention of the Kentucky Mutual George Roberts, secretary, Lexington. to rest 10 the yaid aside the graves of vote for me the 7ih day Fire Insurance Asol November and I will be found voting and quired about the "little church" at and her loved oues yesterday afieruojn. The working every day for thi. Succeeding At Vine Grove. Cloverport and was glad to hear that sociation which met iu that city last Kev. Mi. Lewis spoke a few words as a If you want it to stay a it It, vole lor Judge Ahl, for they say they just had closed a successful meet- week, tie was well pleased with the tribute to Cloverport' pi ,ueer daughj meeting CUfl Pile, an old lireckeundge county ter and The Fpwoith l.raguc lifted in their paper they oppose it. Next, they attack me for saying I am ing He wished to be remembered to them. gJkD, was at Hardiutburg Moudky (disktheir voices in sweet melody as the diit in favor of paying the trustees for time spent in the in Mrs. LaGier III. ing hands with old friends. Cliff a;s ar.d fallen leaves weie tuiowu over the teresl of the schools. I wish to repeat it I am. Why pay the CounSales Of New Burley. he is doing well at Vine Grove, has a snail casket. Mrs. Margaret Kali and two daughWhy favor the classes aud not the .. Mis Sue died Monday morning. Her ty Board aud not pay the other? ire mrm uml tiiHklnt ttioii.-- dm it ters, Mrs. Carrie Crow aud Miss Maude UMKmI I say equal privileges to all aud special privilege to none. nephew, Mr. Horace Nrwtou, who with Hud Board has bought a few crops of Kail, of Kiugswood, were at the Meatus What do you say Mr. Voter; In general they charge me with being bis daughter, Mr. ..in id Collins, Dew Hurley at Garfield at a round Hotel in lrviugtou Mouday enroute to aud other relatives made arrangement an unsafe man because my mam plea li for one thing the common price of 8 cents. He aays the crop this Princeton, lud. being called there by "Krt-au ii tkAklrii mi.'i r n .....I for tb fuueral and carried out her schools. year is the finest ever grown in that telegram announcing the aerious illt yeu use Lewisport BEST Flour". In conclusion 1 will mako this my answer: The schools of Kea- section. wisbee e fax as possible. of her daughter, Mrs. Lather LaGier. SUFFERER F tax-ratax-rat- e . e oflic-ers e e pers Read. sixty-eig- ht H -- - Steph-ensto- rt Steph-enspor- wide-awa- h-a- 'A . 1 sub-ditn- v d i i f - D No Bills to Pay! The Intelligent Way! a Positively No Credit! Today is the beginning of our CASH SYSTEM No Credit To Anyone Cash Trade Solicited From Everyone We are doing what we said we were going to do beginning this day not to charge one cent's worth ot goods tor stranger or triend. Adequate Stock and Cash System Insures Prompt Service Merely a Question of Time until the World Adopts the Cash System IRVINGTON PHARMACY, D I Irvington, Kentucky II Of The foUofriOtf Tuesday. October 3. 1911. Andrew Driskel Su pt of schools flJ03 tcr Breckenndge County 1( F tc Co, rndse. furnish At regular ter::i of theBreckenridge 81 ed (itemized County FiMMl Court held in and for D J Qulggina, holding Inqrwt Brackaaridga County at the Court S Arc. Clerneut Nirnrno ifouat in Hardinabarg, Kw, ua Tues- - C A Tucker, 1). 8 delivering II ballot boxes for :enool elecoffition 810 00, notifying IB cers at 35j. 0.00 H M Beard, county clerk cost IU in Dave i'ulien et at road case V S T. title, viewer M L QragorVi viawvf c .i rnaturf i i s. cost 11 K VVai uer. surveyor '.- cost Sloan 'l Liniment is an cx- H M Beard, county clerk cost c client remedy fur chest and It iu Juo Flood et al road case throat affections; It quickly J B Klder, viewer J days relieves congestion and r.h cn.ipiii, viewtr i days A few drops Tom Bashum, viewer days in water used as a gargle is 11 k Warner, surveyor cost .jp'.ic and healing. I Detune Sheeiau, Sheriff cost i Hare's Proof A J Dye, I), s. cost ' I have uicd S!"iti'i l.itiiiTKm fur 11 M Beard, county clerk eo.it iu ii.i wumjerlul y.irs inil can 6 J B Bates, el al road case iu v. have us. it m But( ihio.it, iroup, lame Luik. a:l r'uunulisni ud 3 J L Frank, viewer 1 days iu every t asc it gave nr. taut relief." 3 Dennie isheeran, viewer 'i days KUJLCLA JAN I ISAACS. Lucy, Kentucky. Nelson Jolly, viewer 'i days i 13 H K Warner, surveyor a iJeuuie Sheeruu, Sheriff cost L Lighlfoot, holding post f 35 niorteiu, Jeny Landers H A Oelze, claim as bridge 50 couiniisioneT is excellent for sprains and Q D Shellmau, election comIt stops the pain bruises. U inisMotier 4 days at once ami reduces swell'entile Sheeiau, election coming very quickly. 12 missioner I Uays Sold by all dealers. J Whitworth, election commisII Prloo, sioner I days SOc, $1.00 On motion for icceiver for Two Sloan's States Bank, claim for taxes Tr ctuo I , B.-arl Regular Term of The Breck-enridg- e County Fiscal Court B. A. Wnitiinghill, absent Jno. N. Akers. Held At The Court House claims were ullowed: I day, Oct, :t, IMt. Present Hon. L. L. Waggonar, Judge Ureckenridge County Court, with the following named justices ot the paaoa, to wit: 0 A Wright, Geo Harris, Sam Dix, Dan Ouiggins, Beard and K L Beeler 51' WHAT sheep claim Willis Owen, appraiser in H M Beard and B L Beeler sheep claim G A Wright, justice in M H Beard and B L Beeler sheep claim 'es DOT Bam, 3 sheep killed Jno Taul, appraiser in Ves Dur ham sheep claim Will Mingus, appraiser in Ves Durham sheep claim G A Wright, justice in Ves Durham sheep claim J L Frank, I sheep killed ) C. W. 50 BOHLER MARION WEATHERIIOI.T J. W. PATE I WENT THROUGH Before taking Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Xatiek, Mass. "I cannot express w i0 27 00 30 4.") 50 Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. M 5 3 88 50 no W Ball appraiser in J L. 96 J 00 10 Chest Pains and Sprains hat 1 went through during the change of life hi tore I tried Lydia K. Pinkham'l J 1) Q nr . 00 H 3d 00 00 00 00 50 00 00 00 00 00 f U I SLOANS LINIMENT 25c, - 1 on the is rejected HOfM bent free. AUditka A J Dye, D. S. delivering 11 Earl Dr. S. Sloan ballot boxes for school election 810.00, notifying 113 election ollicers at 5c each $h & If 5 The following sheep claims killed by dogs with appraisers and justice fee al lowed-3 M ' Uscar Browu, 7 sheep killed and 10 iujured iu Browu 50 50 50 L West, appraiser sheep claim ML l'owers.aupraiser in Browu sheep claim Q A Wright, juittica in Browu sheep killed Hampton, appraiser in Chas H Stlllwell sheep claim sensations, Jerse B West, appraiser in CFMpy and I could not sleep Chas H Stillwell sheep claim nights. 1 was finally told by two phys- (1 A Wright, justice in Chas. icians that I also H Stillwell sheep claim had a tumor. 1 read W A and k P Moorman, one day of the wonderful cures made sheep killed by Lydia L 1'inkhain's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it, W kobertscn, appraiser iu and it has made me a well woman. W A and k V Moorman sheep My neighbors and friends declare it claim had worked a miracle for me. Lydia K. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound is J M Craig, appraiser iu W A Worth its weight in gold for women and k P Moorman sheep during this period of life. If it will claim help others you may publish my tier."-Mr- s. Nathan U. Gkkaton, B A Wnittinghill, justice in M IT, Main Street, Natick, Mass. W A and k f Moorman sheep claim The Change of Life is the most critical period of a woman's existence. W and J Mattiuc,ly, sheep Women everywhere should remember killed is no other remedy known that there to medicine that will so successfully E Lkotertson, appraiser in W carry women through this trying Bid J Mattiugly sh ep claim period as Lydia L. 1'iiikhaui's vege-tahl- e V L Brown, appraiser in W and Compound. claim If you would lik- special udvico B JA Mattmglv sheep Whittiughill, justice in W about your case w rite u confidential letter to Mrs. lhikliaiu, at and J Mattingly sheep claim I..vim, Miinn. Her advice is free, Bnrus llenniuger, 3 sheep killand ulways helpful. ed M O Frauk, appr aiser iu Burus Henniger sheep claim 88 sheep claim F C Butler, appraiser in Burua L Beeler, 1 M H Beard ami llenniuger sheep claim 10 00 sheep killed B A Whittiughill, justice in R M khodes, appraiser in M H Burus llenniuger sheep claim Beurd and K L Beeler sheep 50 T A khodes, 3 sheep killed claim A Mc. Meador, appraiser iu T Fladge MeOary, appraiser in M A khodes sheep claim 11 Beard and E L Beeler, 50 J C Deliaven, uppraiser in T. sheep claim A khodes sheep clasm G A Wright, justice in H M G A Wright, justice in T A Beard and E L Beeler sheep khodes sheep claim 50 claim E B Oglesby, 3 sheep killed M H Beard and E L Beeler 1 1 00 C A Bohler appraiser in E B sheep killed I Oglesby sheep claim Wilkcrion, appraiser iu M 1 8m'a nervous pound. Vegetable w Com- M still. cold,v limbs I had were condition could not keep Chas J H as in such Frank sheep claim Taul, appraiser in Frank sheep claim A Wright, justice iu Frank sheep claim H Stillwell, I L 50 L 50 50 aO 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. J 50 5O 1 5 50 I r,0 Estimates on Application M 50 10 00 1 gECURELY REPOSING bank is the ideal depository your for because the utmost security is afforded them, and as a depositor of this institution you are extended every approved"haiikins; convenience in our power to place at yourdispo-til- .' We 50 in 50 50 21 00 le strong vaults, of this idle fund-- $0$tUM invitf ftjkj 5O I miii opening i ,icciunt bij 50 50 15 00 50 50 THE FARMERS BANK, x Hardinsburg, Ky. Isreal Holder, appraiser in E Oglesby sheep claim K B 50 B 50 Geo N. 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An Arab sees a girl bearing water or brushwood and In a moment, almost nt a glance, is as madly lu love as if be bad passed years of courtship. He thinks of nothing else, cares and dreams of nothing else but tbe girl he loves, and not infrequent Iy, if he is disappointed In bis affection, he pines and dies. In order to commence his suit he sends for a member of the girl's tribe and, tlrst insuring his secrecy by a solemn oath, confesses his love and entreats bis con tidant to arrange an interview. Tlie confidant goes to tbe girl, gives her a Bower or a blade of grass and says: "Swear by Dim who made this Mower and us also that you will not reveal to any one that which 1 am about to unfold to you." If the girl will not accept the proposal she will not take the oath, but keeps the matter nevertheless secret from all. If she is favorably disposed to the match she per-pectl- y The Border Boys' Series. by Fremont B Deering, three volumes. 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Included in our selec tions are the "Boat Club Series," "Army and Navy Series," "Woodville Series, " and "Reindale Series" all complete; 22 volumes; price per volume 25c 50G 25c The Bessie 25c Books, The Princess Set ies, Little Cousin Dorothy Dale's School Days, Aunt Jane's Series, Neices, The Motor (lirls; price per volume The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive. Many sudden 3 U, U t-Fdeaths are caused by it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. If kidney trouble is a I lowed to advance WD Department Third Floor History of the Sardine. The sardine has beeu honored with a history, the wrltar being no less a personage than a member of the So ciete At adeini(ue of Nuutes. The sardine in the early days was brought in in guiall boats. Then came a police ordiuauce in li.'JS lu the interest of the poorer lasses against the monopolist. Owing to the police ordinance the sardine was a source of livelihood to the Bretons. Joseph Cilliu, whose name is atill revered in Nantes, first p rape red the lali with oil. ffja rag t'jre was a great success, and he had many ludtaors. In 1833 there was Homelhing like a crisis in the sardine Millet, who was the chief industry. curer. had his factory Indicted as a nuisance, but tbe difficulty was over come by removing It from the ccnti the town to the shore. Although tbe fame of tbe sardine was firmly established. It was ouly lu 1855 that Then It sis. It received Its apoil was shown lu the Purls exhibition -UpOdOM tilobe. Book Market St. and Fourth Avenue IBACONasrj INCORPORATED Mrs. Louisville Mail Orders Kentucky Promptly Filled tack tbe vital organs, causing caturrh of or sediment in t the bladder, the urine, head uche, back ache, lame brick-dus- blood will at back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidcorrects inability to neys. Swamp-Rohold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy ia soon realized. It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties. A trial will convince anyone. SwanrvRoot is pleasant to take and is and sold by' all druggists in fifty-cen- t size bottles. You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, l)i Kilmer & Co., Hinghamton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this genA fjeeiflc for pain Or. Thomas' He- erous offer in this pajier. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, lafctic Oil, strongest, cheapest linitnrut Swamp-Roo- t, and don't let a dealer sell ej devised. A household remedy lu OU someining ill place ui owump- tvuui you do you will be uUsujipoiulci. America for '.'5 years. ot one-doll- ' I have firen somewhat costive, but Rollie Simpson, of Rineyville, Pearl, went to (I.irrelt Saturday. PnaSi'l Regulets gave just the remit spent several days here last week with Mrs W A. Hynesatnl children will desired. They act mildly ami regulate friends. perfectly." - George B. the bowel Mrs. Archilles Moorman was at Vine return from Kvansville this week. Shetifls Boyd Haynes, of Meade Krause, 3O6 Walnut A ve. , Altoona, Pa. county, anil Clint Tucker, of Brecken-rirlg- e Grove Thursday. Breatl baking is guaranteed a success county, were here last week. Right Now. Mrs. Jack Collins and daughter, Iflkl if you use Lewispart BKST Flour. presiding elder of Rev. Rushing, Elizabethtown district, spent Friday He was on his night with Rev. King. way to Custer to hold piaiterly meeting. BIG SPRING Subscribe THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Edna Dowell returned home Sunday after having spent two weeks at Stithton anil Louisville. Miss Jack Collins spent several days last week in Louisville. Charlie Crider spent several days last week in Louisville. Miss Sue Hoard visited Miss May me Moorman at Vine drove last week. Rev. antl Mrs, King spent Sunday at Custer. Tom Clarkson and T. R. Moorman uttended uarterly meeting at Custer BRECKINRIDGE BANK OUR RECORD: ;.) ytars of honorable dealing, l'ti-sc- d through three panics and 3 claim to its full amount on demand. uid tVM Never settled a check. y leitimato An absolutely Sale Place lo do Business. EXAMINED per cent on Time Deposits A Saturday. Little Miss Madge Meador left last week for Kluubet htown. APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 THE BRECKbiNKIDGE JNO. U KAHiiAG NEWS, will If you isn't come in, send ua lie a mail order, which tilled. MINV IH Kl ISHIMi CO promptly and carefully Or Iuod Everv Wednesday. Railroad Fares Refunded October 9 to November 18 EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY - write us for samples of the materials, preferences as to color, weight, etc. stating your WEDNESDAY, NOV 1. 1911 Bargains in the Dry Goods Section y OU 36-Inch Subscription Prict- 1.00 a year in advan c. BUSINESS LOCALS 10 cent1- - per lino, and I rents for ftdl CABDfl Of THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. OBITl'A BIBS charged for at the rate of I cents per line, money in advance. Kxatnine the label on your paper. If it is not correct pfaM notify us. some mightly interesting picking and some mightly fine assortments Write for Samples. will find of Good Merchandise in this lot. Fancy Fall Walatlng domestic fabric in good styles; at a high-clas- ' Hoosler' Brown Cotton 61c 36 Inch Mope" Bleached Cotton ' Amoftkeax Outing Flannel; pieces to sail; the genuine goods; worth lil$c, at.... 20(1 16c in. . . m, not ed L 10-- 4 - Pepperell" flheettn. fleec- - 26c 1 Flannelette: wide: fine quality; Persian and other patterns: at Book-Fol- d :6 IT'l I 1 2u fleec- XORTOJit WHO IS M. oi the Democratic party for Kr Marshall Norton, the nominee of Hrcekcr.ridpe county, was born at West View, Brock . Ho received his education mrMft county. Kv.. Oetobtf Mik, lSs-2in the public schools of the ccunty and at the Normal School and BmIimm lni ersW y of Bowlisf Grata. He begin toachinir at the early age of eighteen, or as soon as the law permitted him to be granted a certilicate. and has boon teaching continuously for eleven years. most of the time in his immediate neighborhood, where he is best and most favorably known. He is a voting man of the highest morals and most sterling woith: and his present position as principal of the Yct View school whore he was born and raised and whore every man. woman and child knows him. d as to his worth and characis the beat evident o that can lo host argument to the voters of the county for their sup ter and the pre-ente- IUU met leached Bleached 85: Seamleaa Standard 12'.. heavy douhle i)o ftp Brown Linens; natural brown linens; all weights and width for fancy work; from ffl1 I U 35c up to 1. Qalatea; a splendid fall material for boys' suits and 1 7'P I I 2b children's dresses; at s in Cflis wlfC All-wool - rs:e: in good 45-Inch Skirt Patterns fine Skirt Patterns with borderse $1.25 39c 35C Kimono Flannelette; heavy range of ' Vlyella" Flannel: the thirty-on- e ed Koods; in a big new designs; at 1 I Cn JU slxWt; hemmed 15c Hemmed Bleached Pillowcase; size 1236. . . Sheet: 69c 11c Plaid Olnghama; an excellent quality for school and 12iC house dresses at inch in new styles; Knglish good Bath Robe Material, thirtv-oninch heavy German Blanket (Jloth patterns; Batistes; this is a real foreign fabric to match embroideries; a good thing White 75C at 8 Wool Waistlngg; pretty; at inch French novelty walstings; very 85c port Marshall Norton. Breckenrirtsre county has never had a letter man. yminsr oi old to vote for. You know where he stands. Bis word is jut as good as his bond. Vote for him. The Citizens ticket for .1 udge and City Councilmen is a food clean ticket. Made up of the bunt citizens of Cloverport regardless of party. Vote for it. port. The Standard oi Morals in the West View neighborhood will compare favorably with that of any neighborhood in the county. No one. even the Fourth District Leader, with it's reckless assertions, will deny that. Than would Marshall Norton now be occupying the n ition of principal of the West View school if he were not satisfactory to (lie people ot the c mmunity and if his morals were not above reproach Marshall's father, Mr. Robert Norton, ts one of the best and most fRVorsbhy known fanners in that section of the county, and comes of one of the most numerous Republican families in Brec ken-rid-ge county. Characteristic of his liberality in polities and genet osity in all his dialings he left to Marshall the task of deciding his political affiliations, and without regard to favor or reward Marshall with all the scruples characteristic of the Norton family, decided that the Democratic parly was the one that existed for the people anil their interests add cat his lot accordingly. Ever since he attained his majority he has manifested those trait- - that mark him as leader and over the candidacy of prominent and deoerving candidates for the ffice ho now seeks he was given the nomination. lie seeks his election on the groundatbat he is running in the interest of the public schools of the county and State. Are you in favor of raising the standard of schools? Then vote for Norton. Are you in favor of greater efficiency in the school system 1 Then vote for Norton. What isf.ludge'Ahl fori Please tell us. -- Marshall Norton has ideas of his own and a mind of his own. lie has convictions too, and is not afraid to stand for what he believes. Let every Democrat come to the polls next Tuesday and vote under the rooster. Bliag your neighbor with you. Marshall Norton should bo elected for his stand on the public school question If for no other reason . Marshall Norton talks straight from the shoulder. The Republicans of Breekenridge a'e LITTLK 8TOKIES Oil i Now Ready for Business A first-class the run. t place for Ladies and te. WKITTKN Gentlemen. and up-to-da- Everything Try our clean While The Press Thvinders BY LOUISE Lunch Counter Our Hakery in connection enables OS to give you F BRECEEA RIDGE COUJfTr. Turn to the letter of Marshall Norton in this issue of The Breck-fen- i idge News and read it aloud. It is a picture of one of the men in the county, worthy to he called an American citizen, who is willing to take upon his .shoulders the tight of a political race, lie can stand all the meau, cowardly accusations that an honest man must endure TO Till'- FAMILIES - when in politics. He tells in straight forvvaid words what bethinks and exactly where he stands on the county unit question and the school question. A child can understand him and see the man he really is. The Democrats of Broekenridgo are fortunate, indeed, to gat a man like Marshall Norton to serve th m an Representative. The more we see of him the greater we see his value to our county. The day has come when busy, sincere men will not readily go into politic because it is mi rotten, and as Mr. Watterson savs.to keep (dean, you must keep out of the din. Marshall Norton goes into politics to (dean up the dirt. We believe he - itrnna and brave enough to keep the tilth in front of his broom without scattering it behind to drag him back sndfhinder the progress of his people. There is a machine over st Hsrdineburg that has been cutting out and planning a garment oi false charges t lit Mai shall Norton, but thank goodness the coat does not tit hini and in his letter today he hurls back the rags of trash Hung at him. iieai it is that the Democrats are not guilty of netting together and making up line against .Indue A hi and publishing them against him. The Democrats arc together in Hading all that is best and no ble in Mr. Norton and in making the young man known to the pub lie. Let us emphasize the fact thai while they are upholding their candidate they are not tearing down the other man. The call of the count ry and the American people is a cry for men of right thinking, men who are not afraid of work, men to take bold of the State Government and to put some sanity into politics Bnckearidgi county should giva birth to one by electing Marshall you haven't lost much. At the Criticism from an enemy is the best them, energetic and en largest mercantile stores the twenty-liv- e frinin.r a . W ', cent pins are often reduced to a thusiastic man or woman can get. he dime when they become a bit tarnished. mafl who has had a backhanded siap can be brightened with powder from a jealous pnrson of lone; acquaint- These very handy pins for jabots should stop to give thanks. A and make ance will not and collars. sincere, sympathetic friend ooo tell you of your own faults. Take hold criticisms that are declared of the Last week when cleaning a perfect against yourself or your work and air tight cistern, two fat frogs were make good with thetn. If you do any- found floating in the water which was thing worth while.there are those who as clear as a crystal. There was no will envy you. While they are realiz way conceivable that the frogs could ing vour worth, they are picking out have gotten in the cistern. The darkyour short comings which are often ey said: "It just rains frogs. They slipped to vou wrapped in tissue paper. are little when they are rained la and Unwrap theui and write a little note of grow up while you are drinking the thanks like this: "1 am glad that this water." fault has been pointed out to me. can love my enemy for it is he who am going Ifl RAYMOND NEWS sees my faults. Today have made." profit y the mistake Glen Macy was at Garfield last week. 0 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Norton were in Said a business woman of Louisville Brandenburg last week. last week: "Please put in the paper Mr. and Mrs Oitis Stiff were in Irnot to give crotcheted bags for Christto get vington last week. mas presents. Know I am going Protracted meeting begins here Satsix. think surely the manufacturers ha i e run out of material, there are so urday, many crotches' lags. " Crotcheted lace Leon Cashman visited her sis- a dress would, no ter, Mrs. Rhodes, at Irvington Tues for a shirt waist jr doubt, be far more appreciated thau a day. ;rotched bag tor a gift to your iriena Miss Sallie Macy, (iarlield, is visitI'hristinas. ing here. I 1 1 1 Fresh Baked Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes. Etc. OUR CANDIES are alvvayn fre-- h WE MAKE 'EM My Motto: -- in fact, we handle noth ing but the BEST. 1 Purity, Quality, not Quantity am yours for clean service S. i J. BROWN Proprietor 1 IFOR SALE! pairs of Heavy Age Work Mules, suitable for hauling purposes; will sell cheap for cash, on time or exchange for young horses 2 0 0 0 who want suffrage, If all women, could work on a newspaper and get a full view of politics on the stage and behind the scenes, they would certainly be glad to let men do the voting entirely by thcmselies. 0 Miss Mary 0 () FRESH FOOD is the only whole. some FOOD. .. Norton next Tue-da- (Jarden, who gstSflJNQ a uightonthe American stage says in The New York Sun: "You have got to have something besides a voice to You must have a succeed as a singer personality A mere voice is a bore: people don't like to hear a voice coming out of as expressionless face. "The same is true about every thing else . Fresh Oysters Fresh Celery Fresh Fruits. EVERYTHING DELICIOUS FOR AN ELABORATE FEAST OR A PLAIN EV ERY DAY DINNER. OUR PRICES RELIEVE THE HIGH COST OF LIV ING. Vic. Robertson Glen Dean. Ky. Men who love tempers BCe and a ( lean yoUBg man ought to sup- - IF NOBODY LOVES YOU! The Epworth League If Somebody Loves You! hruiij that somebody witb you to the services every Sunday evening at (Hf) o'clock Business don't stay at home and Eat Worms, but come to without s pleasing personality can get compliments over is cooking. If you are a good cook, people will over look any fault you may have and like your cooking and want to taste more You do not need a ciiarnuug personality in the kitchen. You can get hot and angry, but if you have good luca with your coffee and biscuits, you will .t i enough compliments to hum. 000 you do. No matter how well you play on a piano, how well you speak in public, if. the people do not like you, tiiey do not enjoy listening to you. I believe the only attainment a person a!jaa8flS8a8l!!l Martin (kiycomb and ton, Joseph, Candy Pulling On Patterson Hill. visited near Brandenburg Sunday. The Mteaee Beavin entertained T: John Claycomb aud family, Kkron. night with a candy puling at Sunday. visited here Juite a number from here attended their home on 1'atterton hill. All rethe Schlndler sale near Irvington Wed- port an enjoyable time. nesday. Those present were: Misses ICula Chester Chappell, Webster, epent Roberts, of Sample, Susie Haffey, VaSunday with hie parente. ra anil Sarah Wright, Nora and Nellie Beatty, Katie Duke, Anna, Iaura and Funeral At Owenton. Wm. Duvall, alter a year ill- Luclla Beavin; Messrs Bud and Will Mr. ness, the last ten month ot which she o'Connell, of i,oe Angelas, Richard was not able to leave her rbom, died Newman, of McQuady, Irvin Beavin, her home in Hardinsburg early Mo of Owensboro, OuaBallmao, Malt Murday morning. The remains were sen to Owenton, her former home, wher ray. Johnny Knight, Eddie Larkin and. Johnny Duke. will bo interred this a .mm.: ' "A REGULAR CITY KET PLACE.'' MAR- Merlins First Tuesday o( Each Month had the misfortune to lose every little gold pin of yours, gat those ten cents a set beauty pins. These are convenient and if you lose If you have H. J. Krebs Irvington, Ky. A Reliable Remedy FOB A. M. Hi'din slnjfg ihnr nf (. hv home at Lorflttaig, 8t rr.ovrd vnto IRVINGTON. iiei- - CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm 8iv ft clenii'"', ixvitln. hmilx ll quickly ahtorhpil Rmrf at One. anil in the rirnne resulting fnm Catarrh and rlrlvoa. way a'"oltl in UN ll"nd ipiii'kly. Restore the MMOt TaatS iiml Sm. ll. Full l7.o BO ct. nt DrnttKi"'' or ny '"nil- - Liquid dream Halm for nsfi In nti'inizrrs 75 nts. Ely Hnitlinra, 5fl Warrrn Rtfewt, N'W York. nu m. CAe? Breckenridge News. I, 1911 WEDNESDAY, NOV. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator, of Crittenden. For Governor, JAMES B. M CREARY, of Madison. For Lieutenant Governor, J. McDKRMOTT, of Louisville. For State Treasurer, THOMAS O, RHEA, of Logan. For Auditor, HENRY M. BOSWORTH, of Fayette. For Attorney General, JAMBA OARNETT, of Adair. For Secretary of State, C. F. CBBCBUU8, of Pendleton. For Superintendent of Public In- OLLII M .tamks, struction, BARKSDALR HAMEETT, of Christian. For Commissioner of AKricultute, J. V. NEWMAN, of Wo .dford. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. L. GRKKNK, of brauklin. For Representative MARSHALL NORTON LOCAL BREVITIES Who will get the piano Dec. 26? J.. I. Hurkewent to Louisville Monday. Thoa, LydiUn whs iu Louisville Monday. Mis. Alheit Miller went to Addison M ouday. Miss Margaret Mum has been ill several days. Mrs. James Tague is ill at her home on Second Street. The piano contest at Sippet's will close Dec. 26, 1911. C. L--. Moan, of Holt, is the Kuesl Ol Miss Mary Gibson. Wm. Downs, of Kirk, returned from Louisville Saturday. Go to Conrad Sippel. the experienced shoe man, for shots. Mrs. Jno. Neubauerand children are visiting in Owensboro. Mclieiiry Kholes will lecture at the school hou-- e Friday night. Ernest Henderson, of Basin Splines, was in Louisville Sitiirday. C. Brsbsiidt, pUotagnipbcr, wdl be In Irviugtou, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. went to Miss Kathnue Moorman Louisville Saturday evening. Miss Carrie Tucker and Horace Tuc ker are visiting in Louisville. Brend hakintf success is guaranteed if vnii use the Lewisport HEST Floni Miss Bl mehe Jollv, MrF. Wade H. Miss Aliene Hnrdsway li ft Monday Drnrv and Mm Charles Ommherlsir), for K issrll vlllt to enter Logan Col- delegates to the (.rand Chiipter, Eastlege. ern Mar, have returned. Mil Julia Greenwood has none 10 Frank M o, man went to Lmii-- '' lie Friday for a visit tu Mr and Mrs. .lack Cloverport where she is visiting. Moorman. David Herndon, of Louisville, was Mr. ml .Ls. Clarence Keith, of the week end guest nf Mrs. J H. Hernalieilitown, arrived ytstentay 1 visit Ml don. mother. Mrs. Karl Hennett and hnhv returned Mrs. Kate Dit.enbaugh spent last to ner home near Rasin Springs Inst week in Louisville with her son, J P. Kriday after a month's visit to her parDit.enbaugh. ents Mr. and Mrs. J. M Mudd, at Howling Creen. Mi's Christena Neubauer, of Owens-bor- o, Mrs. LaKue Cox and little daughter, has been the guest of Mr. and Katharine will leave the latter part of Mrs. John Neubauer, week for Louisville for a several Kngraved cards are most appropri- the days visit to her sister, Mrs. T. E. ate Christina gifts for men-OrDitto. from The News office. The regular monthly business meetMr. Arthur Dowell, of Irvington, ing of the B Y P U. will be held at was visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. on Friday night Nov 3 at 7 the Kcs at Lodiburg last week. o'clock. This will be a very important W. I). Wilson, of Mcyuady, spent the meeting and a hirge attendance is deweek at Versailles and Nicholasville, sired. hi old home. This is his first visit for Mrs. J. T. Mattingly, who has been 15 years. very ill at the Pope Sanatorium in LouIf you want a will, deed, mortgage or isville, is greatly improved and has reany other legal paper written, call at turned home. t, the law office of V. G. Babbage, C. Brabandt, photographer, will be Ky. in Irvington Nov. 9, 10 and II. Have Mrs. Joe Fallon, of Elmitch, was your photo made for Christmas. here last week to see her daughter, litState Bank Examiner. V. F. Hurt, tle .Miss Sarah McAdams Fallon, who was in town Friday and examined the was better yesterday, First State Bank and pronounced it in Mrs. Wickliffe DcHaveti was called excellent condition. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Speaks and home Monday on account of the critic a) illness of her father, Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Speaks were in Lexington last week Bonner, of Mexia, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Monuhan, of Glen Mis. Sam Dix, of Slephensport, Mr and Mrs. Will Head, of Owensboro, and Dean, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jennie Mogan. of Holt, have been Sam Rice last week. v.silors of Mrs. Will Gibson. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, Misses Mag Mi9. Frank Iturdette, of Thomas, Pa., gie anil Julia Greenwood and Rena who has been visiting her father, Mr. Roberts attended the centenary celeGid Burdetle, returned home S iturday, bration at St. Romuald's church at her sister, Miss Knima Hurdeue accom- Hardinsburg. panying her, Miss Alberta Drury, of Bewley ville,is be the guest of Miss Willa J. Drury. 'Siul" the beautiful cantata will Mis. Sally VVatkins, who has been rendered in the Methodist church Sunday night, November 12, at 7. DO o'clock visiting Mrs. George N. Lyddan, has Public invited. Voluntary offe. ing will returned to Elizabethtown. e taken to pay for books. Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan has returned The Lookout, the society Journal of from Lo lisville. Chattanooga, goutaineU the oUowisg; Poin "Tidlnway has returned from a Mrs. Andrew Falrleigh entertained on short business trip to Louisville. Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Akers spent last Sims, of Kentucky, the attractive week in Hardinsburg. guest of Miss Reed Potter. Mrs. Newsoin Gardner is at home Letters have been received from Mr. after a brief visit to her mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. Warfield that they are J.is. Smith, near Guston. again happy in T. xhs and their home is Mrs. Geo. F. Davis, of St. Louis, 111 Dallas, 817 B 1Kb Street, Station A Mo., will arrive this week to be the Their daugllttr. Mrs. Walter Mar.ow guest of her grand-parentMr. and and Mr. Mai low also live in Dallas. Mrs. J no. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Bowmer returned Some of the citizens of Irvington, who home last week from a visit to their never lose sight of commendable deeds daughters, Mrs. Hugh Atkinson, of in their f"llowmen, expressed their apBerwin, III., Mrs. Charles Minary, cf preciation of the singing of the good Benton Harbor, Mich. , and Mrs. Wal old battle hymns, which were introduc ter Sherman, ol Toledo, Ohio. They ed bv Rev. Holcomb on last Thursday had a charming trip and during their night by a portion of the young people stay were quests of Mrs. Sherman on of the city. ' Mouse Island,'' the private island of Mrs. J. Rosenblatts and mother, Mrs. the Hayes family, relatives of Mr Woldar, of Louisville, carjM Saturday Sherman. The island lies in Lake Erie. to join Mr. Rosenblatts and have taken Mrs. Ira Behen had the opening meet rooms with Mrs. Jno. Oiler on Walnut ing of "The Lucky Thirteen" Wednes Ave. day afternoon at "The Den.!' Tne Club Mrs. Louis H. Jolly, with a number will meet every Wednesday afternoon of her music pupils, attended the I)e at 3 o'clock Miss Martha Willis will Pachmanfl concert at the Shubert entertain this alternoon. The memoeis Masonic theatre last Friday afternoon this year are: Misses Plank, Misses Our music department is certainly not Wibis, Misses Hum, Mrs, Harry New to be excelled in any city of its size. som, Mrs. Ira Behen, Mrs. David Mrs. Jnlly's class is full and her pupils Phelps, Miss Lula Severs, Miss liay are receiving unusual advantages. She Lewis Heyser and Miss Louise Bai- - reports an interested and interesting oage. cl is.s. I -1 der eh-jrcClov-erpor- I 1 WE tarry a " aeSaSSS.i m - Always full line Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber The flavor I The aroma lingers lingers The pleasure lingers You will linger over your flavory cup of Goods. Cigars, I Pipes, Tobacco Cnme and See Them j GIBSON & SON jj Bf:WLhYVILLE Chase & Sanborn's Ben Stith, of Los Angele;. Cal., dropped in unawares on the home folks and will likely remain 60 or 90 days. They say that Ben, on his return, will take with him the "fair one with sunny hair'' to that clime where flowers bloom both in and out of season. Miss Alberta Drury is spending a week with Miss Willa Drury at Irvington. Horace McCoy and Miss Margaret Stith attended the Teachers Association at Harned Station Saturday. On October 15, Chas. A. Cain, of Moreland, Kansas, and Miss Addie Mae Spaulding, of Topeka. Kansas, were united in marriage. Chas. is at present member of the Legislature from his district. It will be remembered that he was bom and reared on a farm near Bewleyville. Miss Ada Stith, of Louisville, is expected home soon for the winter. Mrs. A. V. Meador passed away at the home of her son, John Franklin, on the li.sth and was buried the following day at New Bethel. Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Miss Emily Marion Harrison, of Sioux City, Iowa, to Mr. Neal Jones, of Des Moines, Iowa. Bread baking guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Coffee Try Some J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I OLD Streng - HICKORY Si $1,251 Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only Pearls Of Great Value Found In Ohio River Regular price the world over $1.75 unlay by J iseph Potter weighs 39'j grains and he vilues it at $7M), though it is not ipiite perfect. Another pearl, slightly defective, weighing 17 grains, was sold for 7fi. The fiiiest one, howevalmost as er, perfectly round mid crystal, weighing M grains, is valued nt lietween f.W and fcCO. r Madison, lad., O .t Three peails hive been found in the Ohio River, neHr Madison, in the last few days by men gathering mussel thell. One foiled Sat' This shoe strictly first quality and warranted solid. is WILSON, OWEN & CO. Str.'ctly Cash and One Price Have You Seen The Comet? GLEN DEAN, KY. Chas. Smart says if you will get up early enough you will see a bright comet near the morning star. Mr. Smart said he had to get nu the other morning before day light to drive the old cow out of the corn field and he saw the comet clearly. Mountain Ministor Is Ready For War rv v The Handy Heater PERfectioj You often need some heat in early Fall, when you have not yet started the furnace. whatever part of the house you want it, you can get it and quickest with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. best In Pineville, Ky., Oct While hold ing the crowd at Btubourville lor the Republican campaign speciil esterday afternoon, The Rev. John W. Stamper, Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons and a prominent Haptisl minister and the children have returned from Hawes-ville- . present county judge ot Knox county, in hii address made this remark : Mrs. L. B. Moremen, of this city, and "I, for one, am ready tc shouldti the Miss Mattie Lee Moremen, of Brandenmusket and shoot them out like we did burg, are guotsof Mrs. james Craw- before. " ford, in New Albany. Mrs Jno. Wimp and daughter, Katharine, have been in Louisville. Mis-- Mary Brown, who was the week Marion end guest of Miss Tula Lockard, has returned to Lewisport. Mrs. Warfield, of Kkron, is visiting Mrs. J. K. Bramlette. Cloverport, Miss Susie Segaser returned to Thursday after a visit to her sister, Mrs. T. R. Bland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crider and children will move this week into their now residence on Maple Ave., after spending several months in one of the cottages in College Addition. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Weatherholt, jlpl Hidden Mi Notary Pi'blic Kentucky ney I sl Fire and Plate la fg gold pltOM for fi:ty years at differ mt spots on his premises, John Hopper, of Wash11.000 ington I B'ifttol. TOBQ Vttr hiding Glass Insurance cour.ty, Virginia, two weeks Hgo secieti d the yellow coin under the kitchen of his home. When he went to get the money fttfntlj fcp lock at it trd count it. it was in Offisg, There is no clue to the thief. - he ONLY safe place for van money is in the BANKMINI). our bank and have ShclKlii and MAC! Surplus $20,000 TDIICT Put yours in The Perfection can move it is the most reliable heater on the market, and you wherever you please. Start it in bedroom or bathroom, and you dieu in comfort 00 ike coliicat pifaaanl, and early bwakUit becomes Take tl to the dmiai-rootoraiog. casey meal. A touch ol t match at dutk, cud ail it toug lor the evening. The Perfection Smoke leu Oil Heater ia beautifully fiiuthed - en ornament Drum of plain iteel 01 enamelled in blue; nickel tiimmiog.. anywhere A special automatic device make, amoking impoaaible. Burner body cannot All parti eatlly cleaned. Damper top. Cool handle. become wedged. Pea Ufa em jwhare i ar writa (of dctuipbva circular to tor aaancj ol lha Something to Show. "Do you menu to tell me," Ut'inaudi'd Mr. Sillii us angrily, "that you actually ordered 1Q vmrtli of groceries of u total stranger at prices less than any wholesale dealer can buy them and puld for them In nd am e I " "Yes. that's what I said." replied his better half. "And you hadn't sense enough to aee that It was a barefaced swindle: roared Slllleiis. "Well, your money s gone now, uud you have nothing to show for it." "Why, yes. I have. John," said hi wife. "1 have the man's receipt lM Fidelity Bonds If Let OUR Bank be YOUR liank. S5U.(MMI Capital TUC Resources SJ.'O.OOO LUrHin. hnrn OlalV Vine Twenty years' expei ieiice in the exi't ution of dans ur I1C UlQnll CDIIOC w nunumoDung t. m iiiuji tu,, naiuuisuuig, itj. Vu Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Reasonibltvfor Work First-clas- s H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . Standard Oil Company t the money."-Llpplucot- t'a. Lcorporlwi ) Bread baking is guaranteed a succest if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY A Texas Wonder. kidney anc mm You Can Buy Thia HanHaome. Boaton Leather Aviation the Sport and Science of the Century Ten Thousand Aeroplanes In Use and 2X00 I lying l The bladilar Tf van Wonder cure trouble!, removing gravel, euits iliabetcs, weak aad lame barks, rheumatism, and all iriegularitlct of r tha kidney and bladilar in both and women. Keculatea b'sdibr troub aa In chihlnn. If not told by vour druggist will he sent hy mail on mreipt of f I oo, One small liottl I month's tiratmi nt anil WhfatB fails ti parfact a cure. Dr. K W. Hail, ?lv6 Olive strfit. St Lotus. Mo. Send tor Kentucky tritimcniaia. Sold by drug K cts. . Automatic Davenport for on ly Thirty Thousand Persons In lim-ploye- d ih.ir Manufact- tt Doily 1,200 icensed Pilots. even Hip i $U,(M:0,00U ure.' Capital Invested. ii solitary thing. JndX' Yet this uas (iolie by Andre onipllahmenta I I'liMH MM Sr.i'ly this very flimsy mnllfy h-onl (! fM nnMits f ii few of aV KH!Hiitie yen:., sny i jenrs th- nerlnl full of unlimited are lie'nhen uon velopniciiL Improvement ro mny bt MM, M natlaaonaly, akapaa of ata iId- - NaHtSH nyMMi made bull MTtd ili)' snine msc n ml are batvi modified. BMtal b him of t ho nlr u used in construction, inn mm inw tli. v navigate surface ii iu Of 111' is ire being made lighter tad Baft IHttt 1) Mrcaaaftf fly- powarful) ami e!T irts nre balm " On Sept. riii awmbarad in deralop tuitnniatlc Mobility. It t'i. ing mhhm "f tho one, the in l:.ir. wlii Inn) iiiimIp tllfthta NerofilllDe has AaM mo nun b In sin b numbered two, Mini ilu world's r" ird borl ilt e wlmt will it not iln wl.ei tllilll Ml)' llliimtCM' lltallnlinns nre IMMVadl flight WIT.' fl Ps pn- ) ABcrl r Is In ,he frmit ranlt In lk tMWt A ooore duration. Tl' iest )'lu')')l the? MfttpIlM Held i arlatlBBi Tln names of pmoi of pioneers ml turned vhil Ion from nn experiInent A me rV aa arlatara appear in ihv ment into 10 aatabllahatf Md racoB news nltiinsf dully ond ore well I: on startlinir the world with to newspaper remlerM. Hut tbi're Ii I nlzrd scionwonderful reoilts. Their pupil tuivo art nt racraaafal tilers mf so fcaerali.i tm bi Id'.voihI, aJgbaal known to the piiMle. pMftaffMd They flCV prophecies nod made aviation the nay and navy eMcan who caoiprbv port a nil s ii' e nf the CMlUfJT. the list of artatofa In the employ M the Rrr? era meat. Thfe men ira batai Tlnr' nre today h hi nit HUM to lo ww, j.ihmi tjrlaf dully. Fif- roaatantly tralaad nt arlatlon ncboolrf teen ttWMaaad persons are ncnpi')l In BMttitalned by the war and navy i fanniiiinir tbem, tactadlag 1400 H Bat little I pwMiahed partawnta. pilots. Aerop'iiiie mnniifni'tiiri! is u tiM'ir bi i ijt ptlahaiwta. alUhMWh rapidly iBcraaalng Induaii', cm p!o lug nf tin Iaarya la he ranked with the Invested i'iipltol must kilted artrtora atf the Aay. SO.Ikki person, with of more I lion $0,000,000 TlM nation Mora recently tha gar al Itara of tin- - world have taatad flmi triad fly- ha i baea paraalttad la parttdparta in ing ataehTaea aid have fMud tbeta so public, an I were t'Onaplcaon TMlwaMa an axillary of tha nrmy and al the raceal aaal baM at the tfaamta nnvy thut they have given then I plni'o aTtatlon BaNL New Taw, On that )) in tli)- MUttary aad aaval ng ataiua and malon Onfall rani v itiN-kwith ore ipaadtag nora than JtMHtyOOO this PoMmawtet Oaoaral Frank H. Hitch' year In developing them still further. bag i paaaenRor, carried rock as An aaroptaaa is aothinn bmm than n mail from th-.- ' nviathm BaM to a waadea fraaM covered with raavMb aai erol miles distunt. maaad with wires, a trade thing fron tm the aanx Juy Llmlawt t. Ue a critical standpoint, ami every om knows that its present range of activ- vvitt MUllag fa ii ai Iliad for l hour, 5t ity i limited by ti iptad, hn-- of mlnntaa ami 19 2 , aacoBdi la the air Hutomntir ataMIHy anil a&cartala mo with two passengers, tbartby smashtor powar. considering this, it toea ing aviation's oldeat amrhfa racoML not Mam poaalbia that with mcb frail The prarhiaa record had stood fur II ft eon moatha, bavtag been made by M. Mainet at ICheiins, I'raino. M. Mam a's time was hour. M uiinuteu aad i" aacoada. Other army and navy avintors Lleateaant Haary D. Arnold, I Irntanani Theodora E. Biiyaos, Lieutenant Hoy Carrlagtoa Klrtiaod, Lieu- - bmlw to tne nrtarnf Ue.tu-inol.t- Ti i: Mroptaaa'l i lufi ,. tin- - in - I i ; - I i ti' nero-pinni'- i t operating the aeroplane, f.hrataahhl ur Kirtland pear lied the country Such n rounding the aviation sketch WoaM prove Invaluable In re felling the uttiu ks of nn enemy. In the number of women nvlators Aiui'iica l baM ad some other countries, baring Otfty three. France has a Hi ore or more. The Aniprlcnn women aria tor are Miss Mutiide MohMat, Miss Harriet iiuituby and Miss Blanche Stewait Bcott MNs gtatMal boMa the worhi s altltada racord for women fliers, ha' tag ascended gjDOO feet. The former re or I was 'J.iiiKi feet, mmle by Mile. Halene IhNfloa f France. Mi-- s Miils.-mis a Klster of th) lute is eaaeadafl la lofea b Me aaati Iuivp been one f the irrentoat air men the World baa et produced nml w ho was killed while making n flight, nt New Oiiaan oa i ee. ;n. lino. Tho moal as Itl luafllglM aadartalMa In this oie; try Is the attempt to rly from coast tn coast now being Mada by Robari U yowlar aad CaJhrafUi P. Baagara, for arllcb i SBOyOOO prize has been bang up. Fuwh-- r start)d fTOH San FraDciaro nad Iteilgers from New York. cash; and balance on small payments to suit your con venience. It is solid oak or birch, mahogany finished, covered with tufted, real Boston leather. It can be used as n settee in your parlor or living room and instantly CHANGED INTO A BED. Has a large box concealed underneath in which to store bedding or linens during the day. Thus you get TWO ELEGANT PIECES of furniture for the price of one; only $25; paying only $2 cash if you desire, and balance on weekly or monthly payments to suit $2 your convenience. Th is is just one of the MATCHLESS BARGAINS FURNITURE, RUGS, of some of the largest CARPETS, Etc. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us; no matter where 50U live; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, - aft Fowler bad - . I tion. drive an iiut iuiohre uvi-- r any of the mountain paaaaa in ' 'alifornia with his gyaa s!mt. II" baa made several ujutnr tours and knows all tratDi-contloent- n n potation as nn driver before he took ag aviai was thnt ba euulil His nuto-mobil- e WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thu3 putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores. WRITE US TO-DAand tell us just what you s, would like to buy in Furniture, Baby Carriages or Refrigerators, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums or Mattings ; and we will reply by return mail, giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can make, and the easy terms we will be glad to give you. We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as represented will be taken back and the money refunded. Cut out and fill in the COUPON in this ad. and mail IT TO US TO-DAY, post-nfle- Go-cart- xi Y. 1 $7h COUPON. 313-31- 5 W. MARKET ST. Bensinger Outfitting Co., Louisville, Ky. I clip tli is Coupon from the The Brtckenrid?e News. CLOVEKI'OKT. KY. J :m! ami wmiltl like to have full particular!! as to ...... mmm cm HHFinaVHC. ram vcasmsmm IN KENTUCKY HreiKht Office THE LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS Photo by American Press Association M LIEUTENANT Fit ANK KBNNEUY. the routes that lead from eooat to oast. He is a graduate of the Eelaud Stanford university. Uodgara is a of Commodore Parry. He is brother of Lieutenant John RodgOTa, the naval irlator. tie has been an aviator only three month His home is in Cincin nati Rodgara is six feet four Incbaa tall, waigha IBS paaada and claims to ba iiie largeat aviator In the world. Photo hy Aaaaeteaa Pfaaa Aaaaelailaa II. r. KII;TI,ANt) man i mild havi- BoWB from Paris to Rome ami made the elf cults of paropa and England, corar tut; a dtataaea of aaaia than SjOi miles oTer amnatalna. lanata aad cli ies arlthool accldaol to the nuD bini' u, Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Cooks free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . ) 1911. Iiy American Press Association. MEI.'TKNANT it una MAiroa Moiaam tenant Erank M. Kennedy, Captain I)e Eon-s- t handler and Lieutenunt John l. Rodgara, Lieutenant Kirtland anil Lieutenant Arnohi bare become proficient la the art of ikatcluaakiai while In the nlr. One day recently, with Lieutenant Arnold apparatus - skm it.hinjisa The more you scratch the worse it ilcb-tDoan's Ointment cures piles, eczema any skin itchiug. At all ding stores. Any teuipei-testcr. . . .Shorthand .Bookkacptagi . . . . . . s. Tjrfjawrttaag. . .Civil Service. . . . ( 011111K rcial law. ArfthaaatJc. . . . SK'lliiitf. . .Rapid Calculation. IVnnuinship. fnawwaarlal nangiajlMj . . .. . .aaaklag, . Ohmhm and .Punctuation. Uaa of AihlinK Machine STLPHENSPORT . . . I ir.'.l . flraiaar Nana .. ih. . other aMca davtaaa. Miss Cehna Lay, of C la Washington, D. Building Material i a chance to figure with you. It will cost you only 2c to do this and we will expected home soon. O. W. Howell's new house in a great improvement to Main street. Mrs. James Crawford and son, John, have returned from Canada, where they have been visiting relatives. lira K. Bi Lay was in town -- Addraaa Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pre. Ira laara I). Owensb oro, Ky. Let us have get your order or make the firm who does get it give you all its profit. West Point Brick & Lumber Co. West Point, Kentucky Salt I1.M per bbl. U. V. Payne. Mrs. Emily Foster died here Sunday morning. She had been an invalid for CHURCH DIRECTORY years anil was H years old. She leaves one son, William Foster. Interernent Clover port Churches was in the Christian grave yaid here Monilay afternoon. Uaptlat Church Air. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner were MupUst Sucday School. C. E. 11. m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. hurt Cunning IjIgatluOI. 1'ruyi r Martial ham, of Chenault Sunday. Wataaatef 730 p.m. Hapust AM lociaQ Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Uix went to s... i. i v in. i ts Mouday uflrr Mccond Huiulay. viry aMMik, Mr. A. H. HUlllniun, MMMaal L'niou Star Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Payne went to Louisville Monday lor new hats. The marriage nt" Mrs. Georgia H. Sargent, of this place, to Mr. W. H Gardner, of Chenault, was quietly anil BALL MILLER impressively solemni.ed October L'.'l in Owensboro at the home of her stepdaughter, Mrs. William Camp. Rev. Livery, Feed and Sale Chas. K. Shepperd, of Louisville, per The bride was lanaad the cere.nonv. Stable very handsome in a traveling costume of Brown. Both are well known and Bus Meets all Trains have a host of frieod. They will make their home here. : Ky. liread bskiug sueceaa la guaranteed if you ute Lewitpoit BLST Flour. nethodlat Church l. wis mi inlay al II a. III. and :.M n. ill. Him. :'M) p. I'rayi-ini elluK Wednesday I'.iNiur. regular hervli'eSuudy CpWOrtll in . p, 111: buslnesn meeiiim UrHt Tuesday miihl each moiilli. Miss Muricarllc Hum, 1'residi i.i Ladlaa' Aid Mi. lety uni ts first Mondav i iii li uiiniili Mrs. Kurfatt LlnhtlOOt, PrealdaOl. Ladles' Missionary SiM'lety nn els Second Miiiday III every nniiith, Mrs Vli(ll Bablwire, President Choir practice Prlduy iilliht 7 'M. A. II. Murray. Director. MetlioilUl Sundii.v laaouti !!:30a. m. Babea, BapaflataodttDi. rraacbtni $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenriilge News one year 3.50. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid lihtiiy jK'tiplo are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet frermiciuu powder to be dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet uud hygienic uses it ia better and more economical. lo cleuuse and whiten the teeth, remove tartar and prevent decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease germs, and Preabyterian Church a in. HtaahTtarian Sunday School Conrad sipp. i. HapttrlaUtodaot. Pntacblna every Third SuniUy. Ue. Adair. HIiiMit I'rayer nn el k I'ui sday. iiil p. in. Ladles' Aid Society naaii waooaaday after Third Su.d.v every nionth. Mm (has. Sallei held. President. St 7 fc651o1fJlfoiraoirrfo & Catholic Church Hunt-dictioHun-da. I Hardinsburg, ci3orz3ocncnaoczDo t lrst Sunday of each mouth. .Mass. Sermon, To keen itrtittciul teeth and 00 a. in oilier three mid bridtreworU clean, oilnrlea at 10 It a. in. On week days Maim at m a m. ('al. in i n al ntru. Ion for tb child-rtt- n To remove nicotine from the teeth and on Saturdays at I :'Mi a. in., aud ou Sunpurify the breath after smoking . days at t :30 a. iu. and 2:30 p. in. To eradicute perspiration aud body odors by spouge bathing. Dyspepsia is our uational alluient-BunloThe best antiseptic wash known. i Klood bitters m the uatioua Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, cure tot it. It atreoKtbeuaatomach men iuHuiuedcyes. Heals sorethrout, wounds cuta. uud 50 a box, liane, piumotei flow oi dijetlve juicea, audby mail postpaid. cts.Nam piedruggista or Free. pUiifiea the blood, Inn his you up. THE PAX TON TOILET CO.,BoaTON.NU... purify the breath. ADVENTURE! BY JACK LONDON Joseph H Bv)n sheep dnim R" I'atc, appraiser in Joseph Heitviri sheep claim it D Hi Harri--- , justice in Joseph Meavi I sheep claim Richard I Carter, two sheep killer! John F Beavin, X fOJ V 50 o0 50 appraiser in Curler sheep claim L M Rush, appraiser in Carter sheep claim (ieo N Harris, justice in Carter sheep claim M.m Tate sheep killed Oival Frank, appraiser iu Tate sheep I'laim Haive Wardrip, appraiser in Tate sheep claim O A Wright, justice in Tate sheep claim A M McCoy. sneep killed, 2 inj.ired D Kickctts. appraiser in Mr- krj sheep claim 1 . yi 5 50 00 50 50 50 Are You A Woman 0 : 10 01 M 50 .' M. llayncs, appraiser Dix, in Mc- - Mf shep claim S. H. jjstice in McCoy MO shsep claim Mike Lyddan, 36 sheep killed 50 00 50 Cardui ' Kendaii, appraiser in l.yd- sheep clai m Joe R. Stewart, appraiser in Lyddan sheep claim Jno N Akers, justice in Lyddan sheep claim Jake Kendall, 7 sheep killed Wm. Kendall, appraiser in Ken0) m i Id ii 5o 5o 00 50 00 50 00 50 50 . .'ii dall shee) claim Pius Fackler, appraiser in Ken dall sheep claim Jno. N. Akers. justice in Kendall sheep claim Jno Ncvitt. I sheep killed J. M. iivers, appraiser in Nevitt sheep ciaun L. I Henderson, appraiser in sheep claim The Woman's Tonic EL 1 10 Nevitt sheep claim Jno. N. Akers, justice in Ncvitt Powers, sheep killed, injured .Murray Davis, appraiser in Powers sheep claim U. Withers, appraiser in Powers sheep claim G. A. Wright, justice in Powers sheep claim Chits. .Miller, sneep killed, 1 injured l'urrest Miller, appraiser in Miller sheep claim Jno. M iller, appraiser iu Miller sheep claim G. A. Wright, justice in Miller sheep claim G. F. Miller, sheep killed Amos Wrue, appraiser 111 Miller sheep claim J. M. Lyons, appraiser in Miller sheep claim G. A. Wright, justice iu Miller sheep slaim slit cp injured J. W. iiruwn, Sam haidesty, appraiser in brown sneep c airn Cnas. ChtMBi appraiser in Brown sheep claim S. H. Di., justise in Brown sheep claim W. L. Seaton, I sneep kiiled C. M. Uasnam, appraiser in Seaton sheep claim William Heath, appraiser in Seaton sheep claim G. A. Wright. justice in Scatim sheep claim Jno. M. Taul, 1 sheep killed Vestcr Marker, appraiser in Taul sheep claim J. M. 1 V. 50 9 00 50 50 50 12 HARCOURT&CO.ToSlirSr 75he Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. 00 50 5O IXG LUS 1VJE JLOCAL AGLKTS FOR-- THIS IXCLUvSlVE, LINE. Ottl 10 UQ 50 50 ."0 J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (Si SON Granite and Marble 0 00 50 ."( From the South Sea Islands comes a Romance that will set your nerves atingling. Think of a tale from the land of Robert Louis Stevenson combining the charm and mystery of Stevenson with the power and dash of Jack London. Such is "Adventure," Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. 50 3 5U 50 Real Estate Department you want to buy a farm or business I If yon do you find just what you need in tliis department. If you arejintereal-e- l mi.v in any of tite following proprieties write u at once for owner'o nutie and udlivs-- . If ne of these places suit you, write us at ones Do 11 50 4 0 50 A Great Author's Greatest Story Wc congratulate ourselves that we have been able to secure this noted serial for publication in this paper. This brilliant story will commence in next week's issue of The Breckenridge News. Read every chapter. RURAJ, TELEPHONES Mr. Farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the a. .1 l. u in l ci mil ii m;ui:tL' teicpuuuc oc T..l icicmpu Company and have him explain the 8)eeial "Fari DR. H. i i v 1 ' I i Tl mers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH InoorDorated. COMPANY j WE Wish to again announce to our MM toiners and friends that we were examined on Oct. 'J7, 1911, by an i aiuint'r oiuniisioned by the Secretary of State, and that he complimented us on our splendid condition and eonnervativc management. r I PIDCT CTATP RANI Irvlnirtnn kv J. C. PAYNE, Ca5hler Sam Kasey, 'i sneep killed l. Meyt r, appraiser in Kasey sheep claim Dr. Owen's Office, Main Street Kay mur.d Kasey, appraiser in Hours: S to J a. ui. to 5 in. Kasey sneep claim Cloverport. Ky. Jno. N .Akers, justice in Kasey sheep claim U.S. Wilson St Son.l sheep killed, 8 injured PROCEEDINGS W.S Lawsou, appraiser in Wilton sheep ciaiui .. Continued from Bar! Kasey, appraiser iu Wilson sheep claim E B Otflesby, 00 sheep killed Juo. N. Akers, justice in WilC IV Bohler, anprai-cfl I I son sheep claim Oylesty MMf claim 50 sheep killed D. C. Moorman, Holder, appraiser in is H Of, W. llaxter, appraiser in Ojjlesby sheep claim 50 Moorman sheep claim lieu N llurri, justice in K W. G. Mooruian, appraiser in 50 (Jglesby sheep claim Moorman sheep claim 16 00 W K Elder, sheep killed A 11. Wliittinghill, justice in J A Manning, appraiser in W k Moorman sheep claim 50 Elder sheep sheep killed F. M. Powell. Willie Manning, appraiser in W Duuk Powell, appraiser in Pow50 K Elder sheep claim ell sheep claim Sum Oix, justice iu VY K Kldcr Wheeler Powell, appraiser iu 50 sheep claim Powell sheep claim 1'ius Faekler, 'i sheep kil.ed anil B. A. Wliittinghill, justice in 1 injured 10 00 Powsll sheep claim Lon Cowley, appraiser iu Pius I) C. Mooruian, t sheep killed, 50 Faekler sheep claim injured li S Ashcraft, appraiser in 1'ius W. W. llaxter, appraiser in 50 Fuekler sheep claim Mooruian sheep claim J no N Akers, justice in Pius in G. M. Baxter, appraiser 50 Faekler sheep claim Mooruian sheep claim J 00 Joseph beavtu, 1 sheep killed appraiser in Ernest Froy, Continued ou page 8 Pei manent J. BOONE Vcslbr I'urhaui, appraiser in Taul sheep ciaiui G. A. Wiignt, justice in Taul sheep claim Leo Hinton, sheep killed Jno. Jenuings, appraiser in Hinton siuep claim Biaitit Koberts, t sheep killed Cnas. Kinnerson, appraiser Roberta sheep claim Geo. Watdrip, appraiser iu Roberts sheep claim Jno. V Akers, justice in Roberts she ep claim I ffi 50 6 00 50 no 50 5O are looking for. We recommend and fair in price. telling iu what you want and whereyou oi iutroduoe you to the man who has the very the following properties as property yon leino productive If yooj want It and let t 111 want cash for your property, send price and description at once and let us sii w you bow wc lrinr buyer and MlleT jtogetber, This drtpirt:ii uit is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers end e 'lersof fannsor business proprieties to make iptick salea Do You Want to Sell your farm or btMMMMl 50 Jno. D. Babbage. 10 00 50 50 50 Dentist 20 00 50 ,o r 1 jO Price II 6 00 ?' M rrlli. 1 eowl niloutletron !) tilj side Iweej veXI waterL. I tew barn, escelientscbiol. every d. Portuta ol II. ;i ii.ii.-fr. in ran r... ul. Kurt, farm. I'rtoeill.OOO V iyO. , near Ssmuie; ooe mlie from icboo rwo firmi I44sres, II bow uo tbeirer, Rood IU seresi lw . Imprnx. S.sOO j ntnacres 1 aOr fron Bkroa. Msadei rmtDtsiaoaoul, apple traesjnat In prima ot life. Ii o 1 cborchi, boat luMtae. y j if mil.' ot public sonuol, Bood IIO. Bllu srsrtsfl school, good land 1 I IMacrea, good snd i. l land. .T" 7. .7 IA Is acrsa 9 ssllae Uardlns- - IIO. 17 KOOd barn; all land cleared, wan Nft nu- - A bar, t oillM.nortb aaS.ofliaraa4. of located ilmlies from lrvlnicton. rn.-- w.aoo uiiiBof ekarei and school, k od oalldlaci M acres lylnit In a rallayi 5 IX nud fencsa, eood orchsrd and water;) acres MM room dwalflni and ball; t tenant in timi). r, 10 acrsa tin. whiii oaks rrics t,- Imuses, lure lolia.'.'o liarn 2S miles .uih M. ; wall wat.T.'d, I mile frimi i'l Kirk. 81 acres In or e ajrt o to acrsa, all law piciiiy of tlinlHT, (Urlns near barn; on Bural Route. I'W. . cliard uU Kruss; laatlni aprinir. eood dwelllua, s rooms and yft utaerra, IN leeeli all oaa hall, msat and ban house, tsnanl bouse two 110. cultivated;! ".i..,! dwelllnasil rooms, t.ihu.'.'o liarn. siai. and corn .Tin. f,.,.d l.arns. M tolitcuo buru; 3 uil.i-- from Iiuus.-from Mcetuady and samplw. Etis terms W yards. OO. Kaay ly. M I a " "i" s j 'U. 111 v.-- u it . ; ; i . 1 " "'' IS land neat aala M acres 1 INO. O gprlngs. Brecltenrldrecouatjr.oaa Nn. 15 ' ifSLliTii! v"". l.y S..II. wat.-rsprlnus, on ii.id ouniy sections In I county road, near good school and churches. 50 "LOU-??m via acres I mile Souih of Kockrule, Mew tobaMO bars COW ivi I slock haros. IIO. good level land, 4 room dwelling good taaant houses, Ins olovafl mid icrass outbuildings. land. Price S. 100, house and iiecussnry 50 lenani homo and church In SoD yards. Prici,L acres Hi'hool mil. tarma. '"', . V'"1"1-."- fl.'-JOO. 1 ti acres. S miles from Kirk, dwill 5O Inn 1, story 0 looms an" porch. 00 good well, small tenant houst goodbarnand ml stable. siMHi orchard ivi- l.t0.asli. O IIO. jj V1 f 10. IO huianci In Nn I McOusdy. ," Prli-- e iv,,. ni. ' 18.000. north of casta 17 In OM and well Improved; good orchard, well watered Two MatltS tgl ' cash, balance 4 acres In the oilier; IS! acres lo- an Ideal place. cated :i iuIIb. from llardlnsburg; 100 acres S on easy payment. "TZ V, miles -from llarued; H mile of Klngswisid ., .i0 acres 4K lulles from Hardlos t. 10 i,urg. county 50 "ili!i-"JIO seat: well Impmv- 011 the railroad ed one of the beat farms In ttteCOUUty. Price 110. 111 mUa trom wabssar, good bars H.Me 5O SO V IXO. ft !: ibatsectlon. I nd. "I", Map stau-o- Irvington "" "' cultivation iu ; 1 V iftft 00 JJO , xJVIW ISO acres, I miles frou, OusUiu. 3 miles from Irvlngtou; well aslstsrt lafa well; good young orcnard; good llmlwrioii rural route school house few yards good four room SO fro u house; tuiuroveiuenls; dwelling with kitchen 011 back porch: two good birus; bru aud teueut bouse and els- teru back Iu the Held, meat and beu bousa; 50 wood shed; will sell ou easy payments, plenty of am ll fruit. Further particulars addreas Jno. U Uabbage, Oluverport. Ky. ; ti '" ' r' ' ' "ur miles'weatof n.i1. mile, froui branch freab laud 100 acre in cultlva- tlou; 40 acres Iu grans; will produce the beat corn, wheat and tobacco Iu iinlghls.rb.Hid uleaty lastlug watsr, wall at door o( dwell- log; log dwelling. - rooms and side ruoai good stable; I tobacco barns; 3 lenaut bouaea. Plenty of good timber for farm purpoeMi gixnl laud to clear. Prlcw 01.000 s can. ' ; Olid awvall '"" railroad; 30C 5P 3C on ion 5ci5c HOC HOC Kittchbaum 'Qothes. Correct Clothing for Men al Alexander's I 0 o 0 - Hcve a Big Line of Suits, Overcoats All measure. arvd to select from and they have a standard of style to suit all Raincoats o 0 , wool hand-mad- e nign-claI Suits from $10 to $20 ss You can have your clothes made to order by Below cost will sell several suits star I tailors, hit guaranteed. Let us take your have in broken lots; these are good patterns. Special Prices ! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Bran(j Sj108S Long CoatS in Hear Skin and Broad OTTWTn, A. tft m. JtlOSCMSAUef o Cloth; all oolort; per yard fl1 C Star Brand Shoes are Letter for men, wo- Yard wide cotton 01 J men and children per yard because they are solid leather, no substitutes for leather are used Hope bleached cotton , c per yard L3QI6S u03l 0 UITS in them. Nobby stylos for young folks. Men's heavy lleece lined underwear, worth 50c at Smart fashion-- ; Black, Blue and Brown; 8 bars Lennox Millinery Goes Cost $15 ZoZ Soap clever makes; prices $2.00 10 - all nolid leather: heavy work shoe; pun Good Calico metal, patent, vici kid. 4c 7c 39c cans I Inioiny I cans Tom ot ties I cans Corn n pounds Soda 2 15c o 25c 25c 10c at 25c Best side meat 12k See the bargains in White and Granite Ware on my 10c counter ED. F ALEXANDER, 16U ioi OQ 'o' lr 50 101 51 sheep claim "ll 4 101 rQllczzioi Winlield Hendry came down from, Irvington Sunday night to visit his motner. "Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use the L,ewisprt BEST Flour". I Irvington, Ky. j)(c o i6c cr '01ZZZ2jE PROCEEDINGS continue!! from paze seven A. Whittinghill, justice in Moorman sheep claim D. C. Moorman, I sheep killed, 16 1 injured Kolit. Awbery. appraiser in Moorman sheep claim Courtney As ins, appraiser iu Moorman sheep claim A. WblttlDfhUl, justice in MoorrMl! sheep claim Dunk Powell, I sheep killed F. M.Powell, appraiser in Powell sheep claim k L Powell, appraiser in I'ow-e- ll sheep claim B. A Wnittinghiil. justice in Povsll sheep claim F. M. Powell, sheep injured Wuc o. Powell, appraiser in Hijrt o.l slieep ciaim Jas. 1'uwcil, appraiser In Powell sheep claim 1 Flowers sheep claim appraiser in Lyons, Fred Flowers sheep claim D. J. Ouiggins, justice in Flowers sheep claim Allie Pate, I sheep killed 50 Mack Walls, appraiser in Fate sheep clai m Bert Smith, appraiser in Pate 00 50 o 50 50 00 60 50 Wright, justice in West 50 sheep claim Will Jolly. sheep killed 50 J S Peckenpaugh. appraiser in 5 00 Jolly sheep claim J TCarwile, appraiser in Jolly 50 sheep claim G A 1 lEtODlHSiefi 1 NATURE'S WARNING 50 6 OO sheep claim C. A. Wright, justice in Pate sheep claim Win Hall. sheep killed J. B. B andy. appraiser in Hall sheep claim L C. Simmons, appraiser in Hall sheep ciaim 1 50 -) :o I 00 50 50 50 B. A. wiuiiinguill, justice 1 in ;" Puweell sheep claim J. L Ftank, sneep k.llcd ;. P Ball, aporaiser in Frank slieep claim O, V Bates, appraiser in Bill sheep claim (1 A. Wright, justice in Ball sheep claim Jas Keenan, sheep killed P. H Keenan, appraiser in Keenan sheep claim Burt Wise. appraiser in Keenan sneep claim C. N Harris, justice iu Keenan sheep claim L. D. tlregury. I slieep killed Shelton Ilardaway, appraiser in Gregory sheep cluim Jas. W. Holmes, appraiser in liiegory shaer. claim Sam Slaugnter, justice in (iregory sheep Claim W H. Fiowers, 1 sr.eep killed, 1 injured 1 Jno. N. Akers, justice in Hall sheeo claim G. A. Wright. 2 sheep killed, 2 injured J. t. Lewis, app aiser in Wright sheep claim Ghas. Shaffer, appraiser in Wright sheep claim U. A. Wright, justice in Wright slieep claim Ceorge Ashcraft. I sheep killed, I injured (Ml 50 Taylor l)awel, appraiser Ashcraft sheep claim Thos. HardMty, appraiser Ashcraft sheep claim iu in 50 Jno. N. Akers. jnstice in Ash- craft sheep claim H 7 4 Hagar j sheep killed 50 J 0 West, appraiser in Hagan 20 sheep claim Sam Howard, appraiser iu Hagan sheep claim DJ Quigglaa, justice in Hagan sheep claim Jno E Monarch. 4 sheep killed, injured (X) Andrew Hohen, appraiser in Monarch sheep claim 50 Mathias Miller, appraiser in Jno Monarch sheep claim Wright, iustice in Monarch sheep claim II II J Hart. " sheep killed Win w Pooli appraiser la Hart ou sheep claim 50 (J A Dock tpiinggate, appraiser in MILLINERY Ferry, appraiser in Hart sheep claim B A Whittinghill, justice in Hart slieep Claim Mc ( Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or giipe.and may Cloverport People Must Recog50 bj taken with perfect safety by the nize and Heed it. jtf 4 00 most delicate women or the youngest child. The old and feeble will also find Kidney ills come mysteriously. 50 then a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened diBut nature always warns you. THAI MONEY HI EST ION ITS SAFE50 gestion and for regulating the bowelr. Notice the kidney secretions. TY U SOLVED IN For sale by all dealers. See if the color is unhealthy HAVING A CHECKING ACCOU N T H ERE If there are settlings and sediment, 5 THCN IT IS SAFE Passages frequent, scanty, painful. FROM ALL DANGERS OF LOSS THROUGH I S 00 It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pills, STLPHENSPORT THEFT fiWRGLAR f. To ward off serious diseases. FIRE ANT) MOST OF ALL THE " Rl'RNING 50 New line of furniture Mis. McCubDoan's have done great work in this OF THE POCKET ' locality. bins. BOOK HAS A CHF.CK 50 Miss Zelma Lay, of Washington, D. Mrs. Lottie Nieten, 1000 First St , MAST OTHER FEAT I'RLS TOO FOR YOU Henderson, Ky., says: "I have not onC.i is expected home soon. 50 ly received great benefit from Doan's O. W. Do well's new house is a great Kidney Pills, but those of my friends improvement to Main street. 8 00 to whom I have recommended them House and roofing paints and oils at j BANK OF CLOVERPORT have been equally benefited through Mrs. McCubbine. 50 their use. My back was lame and alMrs. James Crawford and son, John, so had trouble from the kidney secretMMMsMltf sMlsleMMMslsisftssteilssj t SWOTlllsB-tjJrSJ- 9 50 have returned from Canada, where they tions. I procured Doan's Kidney Pills have been visiting relatives. and as they entirely relieved me, Hrick.snlt, lime, cement and piaster consider them an effective medicine strain both for himself and his follow- above cunning, and the public good 50 llcCehbiae, ers in times of greatest stress, and above private greed. It would not offtr 12 00 heir si for both old and young people." Mrs R. B. Lay was in town Satin-da- y. For sale by all dealers Price 50 gave him entrance to the hearts of a man an advantage in the shape of a 50 subsidy, or bounty, or protective tariff, cents. Co., Buffalo, men the wide world over. Born to rule, though he never held enabling hirn to make money at the ex- New York, sole agents for the United Mrs. M. A McCuliliins invites you to official position, and owed nothing to pense of his fellowmen, but it would 50 see her new fall goods of merchandise States. Remember the name Doan's and his station, though he died as he had assure him that it would give no one Salt f 1.50 per bbl.G. W Payne. ;o lived a mere preacher and professor of else such a special privilege over him. take no other. Mrs, Kmilv Foster died here Sunday tneology in a small and way It would guarantee to all an equal opShe had been an invalid for John Allen town, he dominated more than half the portunity to live and labor and enjoy 27 00 morning. Murray years and was 83 years old. She leaves western world, and the whole of it is the gains of honest 'oil. On New York Staff. changed because he lived. Interement 50 one son. William Foster. "This is democracy a:; I understand was m the Christian grave yaid here He was built on no ordinary scale, it." this redoubtable German. He was of 50 Monday afternoon. John Allen Murray, a former Clover-por- t titantic stature, and our common stan Shoes with style SStd of go d materiboy, is now one of the efriciei t dards fail adequately to measure him. 50 al at Mrs. McCubbins. Notice men on the reportorial staff of The New Hut his life lies open to all the world, Mr. and Mrs. W B. Gardner were York Commercial. He has been in as do few other lives in history. To guests of Mr. and Mrs. hurt Cunning- New That resolutions of respect are York City several months, but h s know it as wc may is well worth an 50 ham, of Chenault Sunday. published at 5 cent per line. mother, Mrs. John AJlen Murray, and effort. Mr and Mrs. S. H. Dix went to sister, Miss Donald Murray, are still at Please do not send obituaries to 50 Union Star Sunday. their home iu Louisville. For pains in the side or chest dampthe News without expecting to 5" 1 I 1 1 i '' i 1 f s V j Foster-Milbur- n I ' out-of-th- e- 50 5 00 has M Miller, Will Dellaveu, I sheep killetl AT From now until Dec. 14th Bi fore they are handled. an opportunity for low prices on millinery has never been ull'ered in IrvingtMh Su 1 appraiser in Miller sheep claim in Willis Arms, appraiser Miller sheep claim ; A Wright, justice in Miller sheep claim 50 50 50 G F Bandy, 3 sheep killed 1 in- jured (iibsou. appraiser in Bandy sheep claim Jim Pool, appraiser in Bandy J B 13 00 50 50 tin and get your huts be- - A Sacrifice Sale of sheep claim Jno X Akers. justice in Bandy sheep claim Jno Nevitt, 3 shtep killed L E Henderson, appraiser In Xevitt sneep ciaim J M Livers, appraiser in Nevitt sheep ciaim Jno N Akers, justice i" Nevitt slieep claim J B Ricketts, sheep killed 1 Fine overcoat Iroui $2 to fti Mrs. McCubbins. Mrs. G. W. Favne went to Louisville Monday lor new hats. The marriage of Mrs. Georgia B. Sargent, of this place, to Mr. W. B Gardner, of Chenault, was quietly and impressively solemnized October 23 in Owensboro at the home of her stepdaughter, Mis. William Camp. Rev. Chas. K. Shepperil, of Louisville, performed the ceremony. The bride was very handsome in a traveling costume of Brown. Both are well known and have a host of friends. They will make their liome here. en a piece of flannel with Chamber- There is little danger from a cold or lain's Liniment and bind it on over the from an attack of the grip except when seat of pain. There is nothing better. followed by pneumonia, and this never For sale by all dealers. happens when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used. This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers. pay for the publication of this kind of matter. Mary Jane Crowd Return. The Mary Jane Crowd returned Monday morning from a pleasant voyage down the river. They stayed eight days and had one continuous feast. The house-boat- , "Jimmie" is one of the most complete river homes on the Ohio. The members of the crowd are: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fraize, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fate, Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Skill-ma- n, Miss The Doctrine Of Democracy. In an address at the democratic banquet at St. Paul on June 1.1011, Joseph W. Folk defined his idea of democracy in these words: "Democracy is a religion; the religion of brotherhood among men and of equal rights for all. It is a religion that would demand more of the Golden Ride and less of the rule of gold in government and in our daily lives. It would not array class against class, but would protect the rights of all by having each respect the rights of the other. It would not attack wealth honestly acquired, but would wage unending war against the privileges that produce tainted riches on one side, and undeserved poverty on the other side. It would protect property rights, but would recognize the fact that property rights are best protected by preserving inviolate the public rights. It would not combat men, but the evil that men do. It would seek as a remedy for ex isting evils, but less government for the people. It would place couscieocs Luther's Personality It.. 11. 11. e iu... 50 litem! baking success is guaranteed 00 if you use I.ewispoit BUST Flour. 50 50 30 7 00 50 50 50 16 00 50 the Novei.ilier C.Yntury. r of Arthur U. M, "Mltllla outlier and IIU Work" i.nl-ora- y Id WOMEN'S HATS MRS. J H. MILES Irvington, Ky. Jolly, appraiser in Kiskctt sheep claim L A Stewart, appraiser in Kickette sheep claim S H Dix, justice in KickctU sheep claim Jessie Wast, I siieep killed Willie Mingus, appraiser in MS West sheep claim 0 H Still well, appraiser in West The overmastering impression upon any one who has followed day by day Fine coo'.cing sloves at Mrs. McCuh-bin- s. the course of Luther's life is not the extent of his influence and the reach Henry Cashman and family visited of his prophetic visioi, but the greatness of his personality. Full of faults at J. 11 Avitt's, I.odiburg, Sunday. in was, faults of temper and of taste Kxifnig "M1 ceiling paper at Mre. passionate, domineering, obstinate, Mi Cubbius. prejudiced, violent, vituperative and Several attended the dance at Hor- coarse but he was a man through and molH, through a man of heroic ace Hardestv's Friday night. courageous, strong, masterful, frank, Mrs. Mi i 'unions has received a large and generous as far from petty line of excellent cloaks for Udies and sincere jealously and cowardly duplicity as children. from piggishoess anil cant. He was iu Messrs Cleta Norton and Kzra Lan-ma- n deadly earnest and yet had the i n s have gone to Illinois. and saving grace of humor, which If you need a heating stove, go to guarded him from the danger of taking Mis. McCubbin s department store. trivial things too seriously, relieved the Irene Jarboe, Miss Warfield, Miss Josie Raitt and Chas. White. Jennie Mr. No false pretense has marked the career of Kly's Cream Balm. Being entirely harmless, it is not responsible like the catarrh snuffs and powders, for minds shattered by cocaine. Ths great virtue of Ely's Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever. Back of thie statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputation of many years' success. All druggists. Sue., or mailed by Ely Bros., r,u Warren Street, New York.