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The Breckenridge news: November 8, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911110801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 8, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE VOL. XXXVI NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pa Res No. 18 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1911. ADVENTURE! Latest and Greatest Novel by Jack London SSf S kw This eel brated author who has become famous through such books as "The Call of the Wild," "The Sea Wolf," "The God of His Fathers," "Martin Eden" and "The People of the Abyss," has now placed his most notable effort, what is really his life work, before the newspaper public. A story of 'vE. -- Am "Tiim m ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Absolutely has no substitute Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar e IIVF m Ml mmt H entrancing romance among the Head Hunters of the Solomon Islands. startling experiences and of PROLOGUE. In this remarkable romance of the south seas Jack London has rivaled the best efforts of Robert LouisStevenson in the same field. Interest is aroused at once and becomes cumulative as Sheldon, the plucky owner of Berande plantation, though sick and weak, dominates 200 head hunting Solomon islanders by sheer grit and fear inspiring weapons; as Joan Lackland takes and holds her place beside him while he sears upon dark souls "the flaming mastery of the white man;" as this man and woman, thrown together under most unconventional circumstances, work and fight side by side in their strange partnership. Their thrilling adventures among savage people recall the lines: "We are those fools who could monla to clear his senses for the ordeal. Then he shouted "Shut up!" A raised platund the clamor stilled. form of forest slabs, bIx feet wide, with n slight pitch, extended the full Alongside of It length of the shed was I yard wide runway Stretched on the platform, side by side and crowded close, lay a score of blacks That they were low In the order of human life was apparent at a glance. They were maneaters. Their faces wore asymmetrical, their bestial: They bodies were ugly and apelike wore nose rings of clam shell and KENTUCKYREDEEMED! McCreary Elected by Overwhelming Majority. Carries State 15,000 to 30,000 MISSION CLOSES AT GREAT MEETING NEXT WEEK Greater Kentucky Movement To Be Started. - turtle shell, und from the ends of then , L ft noses, which were also pierced, projected horns of bends strung on stiff wire. Their ears were pierced and wooden distended to accommodate plugs and sticks, pipes, and all manner of barbaric ornaments Their faces aud bodies were tattooed or scarred In In their si kness hideous designs. they wore no clothing, not even loin clouts, though they retained their shell armlets, their bead necklaces and tbelr leather bells, between whlcb and the skin were thrust naked knives. The bodies of many were covered with hornot rest rible sores. Swarms of flies rose and In the dull earth we left behind, settled, or flew back and forth in But burned with passion for the clouds. The white man went down the line, west dosing each man with medicine To And drank strange frenzy from some he gave chlorodyne. He was its wind. forced to concentrate with all bis will The world where wise men live in order to remember whicb of tbem could stand Ipecacuanha and which of at ease to constitutionally Fades from our unregretful them were powerful drug unablewho One retain that eyes. lay dead he ordered to be carried out. And blind across uncharted seas He spoke in the sharp, peremptory We stagger on our enterprise. " manner of a man who would take no nonsense, and the well men who obey"The Ship of Fools." ed his orders scowled malignantly. One muttered deep In his chest as he CHAPTER L The took the corpse by the feet. 30MK . I1INO TO BE DONE. white man exploded In speech and acvm u very sick white man. tion. It cost him a painful effort but lie rode pickaback on a his arm shot out. landing a back hand woolly headed. Iilnck skinned blow on the black's mouth. savage (he lobes ot whose "What name you, Angara?" he shout ears had been pierced auU stretched ed. "What for talk 'long you, eh? until one bail toru out. while the other I knock seven bells out of you. too carried u circular block of curved wood much, quick!" The torn With the automatic swiftness of a three inches In diameter. ear had been pierced again, but this wild animal the black gathered him The anger of a wild time not so ambitiously, for the whole golf to spring accommodated no more tttau a short animal was In his eyes; but he saw was gfieasj the white man s hand dropping to the The clay pipe pistol In his belt. The spring wus and dirty aud naked save for an exceedingly narrow and dirty loin cloth, never made. The tensed body relaxed, but the white man clung to him close and the black, stooping over the corpse, This time there At times from helped carry It out ly und desporately weakness his head drooped aud rested was no muttering. "Swine!" the white muu gritted out on the woolly pate At other times he through his teeth at the whole breed lifted his head and stared with swim mlng eyes at the cocouuut palms that of Solomon islanders. He was very sick, this white man. reeled and swung In the shimmering as sick as the black men who lay help wns clad lu a thin under He beat hlrt and a strip of cotton cloth that less about him and whom he attended wraped uliout bis waist and descend He never knew each time he entered to his knees On his head was a the festering shambles whether or not Stetsou. known to the trade aa a "Baden Powell." About his mid die was strapped a belt, which carried a large callbered automatic pistol aud several spare clips, loaded and reudy for quick work. The rear was brought up by a black boy of fourteen or fifteen, who carried medicine bottles, a pall of hot water, and various other hospital appurte nances. They passed out of the com pound through a small wicker gute. and weut 00 under the blazing suu. winding about amoug uew planted co coanuts that threw no shade. There was not a breath of wind, and the uperheated. stagnant air was heavy I Tom the direction with pestilence they were going arose a wild clamor. of lost souls wailing and of men lu tormeut A long, low sited grass walled and grass ahead, thatched, and It was from here that There were the noise proceeded hrieks aud screams, some uumlstak bly of grit t. others unmistakably of neuduruble pain As the white man w closer he could hear a low and ntluuous moaning aud groaning He uddered at the thought of euterlng. d for a ..louteut was quite certain t he was going to faint. For that isninu of Nolouiou ost dreaded ourges. dysentery, had struck Her ide plantation, ami lie was all alone cope with It Also he was aflil led "i knock eavas bkllh out or tou, too Uself much, yen 'KiU-- e ky MliHiolug still im tlti'ti back, be able to complete the be would thrt:-- Ii 'he low Ulan.;. . .1 in pa In large prwuy l.'e look a s'u o little from round. Hut be did know. I Continued on page 6. fiiiicufi .id su.lTti! irnu mil BRECKENRIDGE GOES REPUBLICAN 250 225 Coun-eilme- ST. ROSE The Holy Name Society For Men In Louisville- O'Rear's Majority, estimated Judge AhPs Majority, estimated CITY ELECTION Organized Sunday Afternoon. Large Audience Every Night! To Reduced Rates On All s--Prominent Railroad- Hear Father 0'Conner. Speakers On SWEET MUSIC GIVEN. The Citizens ticket, com posed of V. Gh Ilahltase, Judge; S. P. Conrad, Ed. Whitehead, d. C, Weatherholt, Burney The mission of the St. Rose Catholic S(Uircf, Henry Y eager, W. V. Perkins: elected by handsome majorSunday closed church afternoon. ities Program. MONDAY OPENS Owing NIGHT. AT IRVINGTON The race for town trustee resulted in the election of the Progressive ticket, hy majorities of KG to lis A. D. Ashcraft, elected Judge, no opposition. Thf new trustees are Tite Adkins, Newsom Father O'Conner's sermons have aroused Protestants as well as quickenGardner, J. D. Ashcraft, A. I. Pulltam and Dr. Moremen. formerly cf Boston, was the principal missionary and delivered all the sermons except the opening one by Father Cleary. of Washington, I). C. Loui-ville, Father O'Conner, of taken mMeS PhOlO. HIS bf Ur.ib.iiiik its-ur- man-hors- Kver iilM6 early yesterday morningC. Brabandt wa t hut would have a landslide, for the livest, gamest little the Democrats rooter he epr saw, was tandino; at his door when he got there to Ir is supposed that the little rascal wended its way open the studio up the stairs during the night. Mr Brabandt was highly elated over the fact and went to Brown's Confectionery to get it some food. But Mr. Hooster was game and he refused to eat Republican bread. Mr. Brabandt hus the rooster on exhibition and hopes keep it in good shape until another election. ing from McCrearv's race. Nat"-Faithful Its predictions are sure reliable, judgthey qu irtered themselves and their steeds at the Peyton Henderson home. One of the officers finding in the Hen derson stables a gelding to his liking, took that and left in its place a much jaded mare, which after sevet al months gave birth to a colt, which was christened Stranger. After a few earsatmauy county fares he was a winner in many rings and was the sire I of a family of horses no ed for their general utility and length of life, many of them having reached the age of twenty and some lived to be nearly t Carriage Horse Of Wimp Family Dies. Irvington, Ky., Nov. 5. (Special The many friends ot Mr. and Mrs. J no R. Wimp will be sorry to learn of the death on Saturday, Nov. 5th, of "Nat", ) Mm i fuirlitnl .rri'.'f horsf thl for many years has been a most familiar figure to every public gathering in the ro accustom u was ne 10 community. coming to church that he was known to have started alone hitched to the carriage und without guidance to have wended his way to the usual hitching post in front of the Haptist church at Irvington. Nat was foaled May 4, 1882 at the Kphriam Wimp homestead, near Kkron. He was never owned outside of the Wimp family, having been broken to use by Mr. Kphriam Wimp, who used him as a carriage and saddle horse until the time of his death several years since, when Nat wus bequeathed to Mr. and Mrs. J no. R. Wimp. Possibly no one's horse in Meade or Breckenridge county was so well known a "Nat Wimp". When Uov. McCreary was making his tormer canvas for Governor of Kentucky, Mr. Kphriam Wimp, mounted on Nat. was a leading figure in a Democratic rally held at Brandenburg. About fourteen ears since, Nat, while out grazing, wandered out on the K. R. trestle on the Ditto (arm at Moravia and without accident crossed over from one end to the other, a distance ol about W feet. The passing away of Nat marks the closing career of a family of horses known in this section of the state as Strangers, which by the laws of war were introduced here by a band of Morgan's men. During the Civil war tixu thirty. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Two of a Kind. leaned Convict No ATI MBfldentlnlly over to his companion, a new mldltioii. Hod vhlsiMred: "What yer in for. sonny?" "Five yenrM. And you?" "Siune. rinchcrl n gold cup wot some one give as n pric in a race an' the thing turned out to he ou'y gilt arter all. Whatclur bVta' Convict l)!)!i iex company promoter) He. he! I'm the chap who gave the cup! London I'll Hits. tff "Thnt." said the professor, "la an Kgyptlun queen She Is at leaat 3.000 years old." "My!" exclaimed the girl with large fluffy hair. "I'll bet she'd lie annoyed if she knew you were telling It" Rubbing It In. The alse of your i Telling Tales. Patient (angrll) bill makes my blood boll. Doctor-The- n that will be $20 more for ster lllsdng your syatem. Boaton Trail M'rtpt. ed the interest of the Catholic membership here His discourses were about the plainest, most common place things of everyday life. He touched on scandal, intemperance, profanity and kindness to one's fellowtnun The music was directed by Mrs. Laura Hayts and lead by Miss Florence Lewis. Sunday afternoon The Holy Name Society was organized It is a society l'rtsent The presiding oll'uers at the various is ":o spread and f ir men whos object s will he Gov. Willson and the the love and reverence for ti e increase Dover DOT elect, Senators T. H Paynter Holy name of Jesus, to put down the vice of blasphemy, and to prevent the and W. O. Bradley, Mr. (Jeorge H. Cox, use of profane and immot e tlangiage.' of Ovvensboro, and Mr. J. W. Porter, of Father Hrey was highly pleased wit Lexington. The Monday evening programme will of the mission and enjoy the include an address on the snhjpet of ed himself very much, although he was!1 ouite busy the whole week visiting the 'ire prevention v.by Charles a Ft Huhlein, : i it ..t I mmwwm.wwmm l it neeueu generally, n sick. Among his visitors were Father " will save the State one half its lire V..rm.,n of H u r. i nsho r cr mmA Mthr waste; an address on "Agricu'tural Moss, of Canneltou At the church a Urge supply of beau- Extension Work of Slate l'niversr.;es" tiful crosses, prayer books, rosaries and by Prof. K. L. Hatch, of the University pictures were sold to the members for ot Wisconsin. Refreshments. Open Forums will be conducted duruse in devotion. ing the jonveution, in which delegatea in live minute speeches will discuss proSheeran & Company Gain Case. blems they desire and that will lead to tne development of Kentucky. Other subjects to be discussed besides On November the first, 1911, the the Monday evening programme will be Court of Appeals at Frankfort, reversed "Rural Schools in Relation to Rural t'le judgment rendered in the action of Uplift," by President Fred Mutchler, of & Co., versus Russell & P. Sheeran the Western Kentucky Normal School, Judgement had been Howling Green; Hutchison. "Health Conditions rendered in the lower court against and the Conservation of Lives of the Sieeran & Co. for the sum of $1,987. 2a People of Kentucky," by Hernard Flex-ne- r, on account of alleged violation of conof Louisville; "Ways and Means tract to deliver a certain number of to Improve School Conditions in Kenstaves. The lower court in rendering tucky,'' John M- Atherton, of Louisits judgment held that approximately ville; "The Kentucky State Fair," H. 5,000 staves which were barrel staves M Frohman, of Client, "The Great-tes- t and had been classed by Russell & Need in Old Kentucky," by J. A. Hutchison as eighths, or pony staves, Sharon, of Richmond; the subjects of ana had been paid for by them as such, good roads by Hairy A. Sommers, of and allowed Sheeran & Co. credit on "Kural Schools, Past, Klizabethtown; the "damages which the lower court Present and Future," by Prof. T. J. held Russell & Hutchisou had s stainCoates, of Richmond. Supervisor of the ed by the difference in the value of said rural schools; "What Women staves as barrel staves and as paid for State for Kentucky," by Mrs. T. Want J. as eights, in the sum of $6(10. The Smith, of Richmoud, President of the lower court held that the inisclassiiu Kentucky Federation of Women's of said staves was a meie mistake Clubs. of judgement on the part of the inspectors of Russell i Hutchison, hence, held Sheeran & Co. liable for failure to classification was a mistake of judgement then the judgement of l,s8r.i5 deliver the staves as contracted. Tlie Court of Appeals refused to ac- shall stand; if it is decided that the cept the misclassitlcation of said staves misclassification was fraudent upon the as a mistake of judgement, hence re- part of Russell & Hutchison's inspecversed the judgement and remanded tors, then judgement shall go againat tbe case back for trial in the lower them for 660, the difference in the court, directing that a jurv should de- valua of the staves as paid for and aa cide whether or not the missclassihca-tio- they should have been classed and paid of said staves was a mistake of for. Claude Mercer represented Sheeran judgement or was fraudulently done If tbe jury shall decide that the mia- - & Co. sis-ion-11 out-com- e 1 1 to the tremendous interest meeting and many requests for consideration of subjects of vital interest to Kentucky's development, the programme grew too lon to be coniplet d in two short days. Consequently the Hist session will be held Monday evening, November I3, instead of Tuesday mor ni ig, November l All sessions will be held in the Seelb ich Auditorium. Particular stress during the conv. ntio. i will be laid on subjects pertaining to educational development, good ro.ids, revision of our tax laws and agricultural imp ovetnents. More t nan half of the members of the Kentucky General Assembly will be in the forthcoming Itaiham receivrd at por houie Jun. nary 2n tVtt, dis disrged April 8, Obtl Mcrj laity recfivnl at p oi bouse l'ebrnar 1, mil. dichacs;ed fi t time c ind tiu .lu Atir I 4, I9II, received h, lilll, duohsrgrrl lat li me Aug. H, Mi Stops Lameness is a reliafor any kind of horse lameness. Will kill the growth of spavin, curb or splint, C. w. mmi ik M tRION Wl Will Pilot I .1 W PATT l f?f THAT v Tilt V i 11 1; t Nnm'ier of pan lers who have died I, since Mt, I. N ones nt paupers wfai- have died ai.ice )jt. Ii 1010, Andrew A ems died Jan, ( Mi mt Sloan's Liniment ble remedy - Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. 9, rs ?.rFF, jyts ro so t in tN rr HAtim 1 hi. ( kii, I ACCOIIN T M n N F. FKOU or i n s It 41.1 IS ... of in ii lit S .1 CUT CCK MOM K I f. AT r r7 AM rf nrvvG mt rocKf.r " mt ni'Ri.i tii HOW ii wo.vr !Ff rnc.f.Ks HI K rr OF cms ion ion mu BHK 0F CLOYERPORT f PROCEEDINGS. (CMtfMtd from last S H l)ix, justice Wttfc) 50 bedeliveied to him ly the holder and the receipt float the Commissioner to the SherifT for the amount paid by the Sheriff to him shall be a voucher to t'le Sheriff in his settlement and a yea and n ote being taken on foregoing order resulted as follows: Sim D'x, yea, H.A. Whittinghill, yea, I). J. yviggitis, yen. Q N. IIarii, y a. G. A. Wright, yea. Anil having carried is made theord.r of tins coart, (in motiiin of II. A. Whittinghill, second il by ''. N Harris, it is ordered by the court that Judge L. L. Waggoner be and be is hereby authorized to insu e the court house 111 a sum not exceeding M 000 00 for three years when the pres-eu- t insurance expires. And a sum not exceeding 900 00 is hereby approprilevy fir ated payable out of the 191 s dd purpose, and when said iusurance il tiik.-- oi't the County Clerk isauthri-i.eupon the order of the said L,. L Waggoner lo draw a county warrant payable to the agent with whom said insurance i t ikon, Slid motion carried by a unanimous vote and is made the order of this cr urt. K G Oa 'liner, claim for books furnished i 'digent children 1 allowed 23 T Hoben, claim for mdse. furnished coumv (itemized) al5 4O lowed Dr J W Meador, claim for med1 n T in Jolly sheep clsim George Harris holding inqm st, Arch Robertson, summoning jury Ac (Vus i BhtllmaD, nwlc, (itemized) Bm for school J C Nolte books furnished Paal Compton, insurance on court house I, L Wagoner, claim for paint ! I" II 20 I IS 79 4O 16 furnished 64 Dennie Sheeraii, Sleriff claim itemized, appeal aske.l for by county attorney to Circuit 160 ."i0 C:nrt, which is granted Sam Dix, claim for holding Rusf-elW'ittmiback, 7 50 summoning jury 11 M l'.eard, county clerk claim itemized, sippeal asked for bv county attornty to Circuit 201 r Coart which to granted At fisc il court continued and held ill am! fOf the County ol Hteckt in idge, State ol Kv., at Ilardinsburg on the 41I1 day of October, 1,11 Piesent Hon. L.L. Waggoner, J,"l'le Hreckenndge County Coin I, with Uih following name justice of the peace G A W.ight, Q, N. Harris, Sam Dix, Han Ou.ggi ns and H. A. Whittinghill, al)sent .1 no. N. Akeis: Dr J K Kinchelue, claim as health officer for B'ei 7") IHJ county allowtd A K Kincbflo , claim for one day county attorney prjteui 5 00 Juo I' Ha. Weil, el MM 'or assistance in Sheriff settlement alken-ridge ical attention Lars-- n L iwrey 25 00 lowed On motion ol B, A WhittiBfrbil sec onded t y G. A. W right II is inde ed by th- D Hit tliat an advalo.em tax district of thirty cents (30) 011 each $100 of taxable proMftl in the raiboad tax ilisti Id of BreckenridgeConntV be and the same is herein lavtod fir the year, 1011 This tax is levied 10 produce a fund for the - to pay the iulertst coupon, bon Is ol Mid districts. payment ol claims against said district, and tlir The Sheriff un 'er his bond for the collection of trie conn' y levy is ordered to eolloel sai t ix and to pay same ver if sail district to the Coniini-i-ioiito the paywho shall app's tue ment of ;,iiv claim fro sai t lax district and or' er. d pai by the Count), and then to th- - piyment ol the inteiest c u pans due and unpaid, sml then to the payment of the binds. The c upniisaid bonds paid by mU Commis .loner, shall I 11 11 00 and f mily allowed Dr J W Meador, claim holding inquest body ol Clement ' 00 Niuimo A Ct nitiiittt o c.imposi d of G.N, II ir ris and It, A. Wright is hereby appoint ed to examine the report of V, M Hes-lOpauper Com ml sionei : after examination of same, committee rt ported they found same coi ect ami recom mender! same be adopter!. Then upon A. Wright, seconded by motion ol Sam Dix the report of the poor fa MM (' a lop'ed and confirmed ni.uiissioiier anil all the cl lims reported theiein il now allowed, p v ibla out of the l9vy ol 1011, which report to in word and figures as follows to wit: To the FliC il G mrt ol Hi eckenridge county: the under igiied 1'aupe- of B eckenridge count in'mitr report of his acts sluce Oct. 1, loin 10 Oct. I,l9ll. Nam iei uf paupers in po;r hou e Oct. 1, I9IO-- 8. Number ol peapri received iu poor hous since Oct. I, ly 10 10. X imtwr of pauper) an their names, discharged from poor house since Oct. 1, 1010 J T'K ii.ilie- and dates of paupers are: Myriatn and - J Sylves'er Ilnhes, Alfred Ko arils tru tee, fsVoO a month, eight 40 00 months, er Am lins Anderson, Sun trustee, f4 00 a month, 32 00 eiibt Months, Kli David SOU, Ernest K krid e, trustee, allowance .5.00 a month, 12 00 two months, fur coffin $ 6 00 Chas Uennett, Jarlioe Hro trustee, allowance It .00 a month, six months, 24 00 Amanda Blackenship, .larboe Bro trustee, allowance $2.X) a 18 00 month, nine months, G 11 Gihson, II L Harl trustee, allowance f.'l.OO a mouth, twelve 3(5 00 months, Mamie and Mure Aski.is M L Harl trustee, allowance $4.00 a 12 00 month, three months, S 00 two months, Frank Heavin, .1 C Nolte trusJ no R Bitter, Allie Pate trustee, tee, allowance 4.00 a month, allowance f$. 00 a tttODlh, twelve 12 00 three months, M 00 months, N Berry, J C Nolte trustee, SsR.beitson, Robt Weather-f- o allowance 0 00 a month, twelve $:i 00 a rd trattM, allowance months, 7' 00 OOtn, ten months and five days, 3O 7 Lee Horsiey, JC Noite trustee, Mrs Sallie Blair, Geo McCub-Un- s allowance 3.00 a month, twelve tru tee, allowance f2 50 a 36 00 months, 30 00 month, twelve months, Mrs. Ben Duncan, J C Nolte Corbit Amnions, A A Richardtrustee, allowance ISTM a month, 4'' 41 twelve months, son tiuslee, 42 00 Mr. Clara llisham, Jackson Mrs Laura Etherton, J C Nolte, Brear tru tee, allowance fi.VQ a temporary, 4 00 3 00 month, twelve months, Mrs Carmelia SchafTV, J C Mrs. Al e W'uitwoith, T A Gray Nolte trustee, allowance S3 00 a trustee, allowance fo. 00 a month, month, ten months, 30 00 011 00 m'.hs, (Continued next week.) twelrt Mrs. Sirah Frank, Fred Fnnk trus:ee, allowance $5 00 a month, 44 8.") ''I do not believe there is any other Newt Hartley, I'rank Mrs. medicine so gnod far whooping cough Billon trustee, allowance $$ 00 as Chrunberlain's Couirh Remedy,'' 12 00 linir ai oaths, writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction James It uneU, I H Comer trusCity, Ore. This remedy If also unsurtee, allowance. $4 00 a month passed for colds and croup. For sale 44 00 by eleven month, all dealers. Coarta? Ask ns, Joe Jones 00 a month, trustee, allowance 50 00 ten inontliS, -Her.-ninji- Number of paupers in p lor h ue on date of this report 12. Names ol pmpcrs poor house on date of this report ate Oei rg- - Hull-- ., (', orge H .nOl. toii, W I1 I.ogsdon, Juo. C. Willett, Annie M. Wil-let- l, Jennie Kachel Loyd, Peler H.-aWallace, Mary V. 1'iey, Jaiiirs rainier, Sam Pool, Sis Robertson Nunies of paupers who have died out side of p r house since Oct. I, IglO' Joe Furrow died Sept. 2a, 1011, Kli Davidson died Aug. 2a, 1911, Frank Henin dead Aug. 191 1. Number of paupers being cared foi out side of poor house Oct. I, I9IO :!0. Anderson Akins, Sarah Frank, Mrs. Newt Huntey, bennctt, Mis. Hen Duncan, Cornelia Schaffer, Lee Ilors-leFrank Heavin, Mollie Bland, Mrs. Rosa Hilbsr Cr. U. tiihson, Atnan la lilankeiship, Juo. W. ICirler, Sis Robert sou, Corbit Amnions, Mrs. Abe Whit worth, Ivtnaliue Noble, Chan. Hinnett, T. N. Berry, Courtney Askins, Mis Margaret Hale, Sylvester Hughes' widow, Anetiaua Anderson, H11 Dafi hsasj, Mamie Asklus, Mural Asklns, Mrs. Tom demons, Joe Furrow, Mrs. Sallie Blair, Mis. Clara Kasham. Numoer of paupers wiuhave been allowed assistance outside of p oi house since Oct. I, 1010. Their names are Courtney Askius, Mrs. Maigaret Hare, Sylvester Hughes' widow, Amelius, Aa derson, Mis. Prml Stinnett, Frank Beavio, BU DaviiLon, Joe F'uirow. N umbei of paupers outside of poor house to whom temporary assistance has been allowed since Oct. I, I9IO. To mdse. lor Foi rest Gray. Collin lor wife ol Iva Hardin. To mdse. lor Una Heal. To mdse. for Carolina lirackslou, To mdse. lor Mrs. Bddie Stinnett. To muse, for Dock Horslev. To mdse. for If aliass Douglas. To ixiilse. Mis. Lauia Ivttiertou died Sept. Iflt The uamcs of persons outside of poor house, their allowance per month and Oct. 1, 1911, 11.11:1 ol their truftees.-irn.'-e Askius, li'nice M001-eaAndrew truitte, allowance (o.uO a 00 111 mih, four mouths, Bam lias Noble, D. S. Richardson, trustee, allowance fi 00 a :!( 00 m mlh, twelve months, PeMWtt, ICd Glasscock, Cuarles tiuslee, alloAituce $4,00 a month, 11 l, y, I9II, J. II. Supp I9II. dul March lj absorb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. I uMfJ Slndn'i Liniment on ft mule for and cured her. I am hiRh lumen, of ymir liniment ; nerftr without a hare nought more of it tlun any other remedy for jain.' Haii v Ktaav, (.'aftadyt Kjr. "Sloan T.lnlment la th het mada. 1 have removed very larva ahoe boila off a home with It. have killed a quarter crack on a mare that waa awfully bad. ! have also healed raw, anre nerki on three I have healed fjtreane heel on a MVMeS mare that could h.inlly walk." Anthony Ci. Hivitsf Oakland, Pa., Koute lS'o. . Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, C at ana cement carried in Lumner, i.ime stock. Write for prices on anything in our liHI filing, SLOANS LINIMENT is good for all farm stock. line. ''My hofrs h;id hog cholera three dayi before we Rot yur lininifnt, which I waa adied to try I hive uaed ft now for three days and my I mini are ilmoM well. One hog died before 1 tot the liniment, but I have not 1M any since." A. J. McCarthy, Id.iville, Ind. 8oId by all Estimates on Application Dealers. Price 60o. & $1.00 J. E. KEITH OEALERS IN (Si SON Granite and Marble Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan Ro.ton, Mnt. 1 Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. SECURELY REPOSING strong vaults of thi' bunk is the ideal depository for your idle funds, because the utmost security is afforded them, and as a depositor of this institution you are extended every approved banking convenience in our power to place at your disposal. in the We r, - aa, -0 especially invite I he opening of accounts by mail. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburg, Ky. I RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. turmer, are you interested? If so, call on the & 'FYs 1a rra rVt ma na nr At of Hi A ftimKnrlii wA TAiAni-irnCompany and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. h I i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH incorporated. COMPANY f 4 Subscribe WE Wish to again announce to our customers and friends that we were examined on Oct. ST, IM1 by an examiner rouimissioned by the Secretary of State, and that he complimented us on our splendid condition and conservative management. r ECONOMY GAS LAMP! R. M. JOLLY, Irvington, Ky. representing the Economy Gas Lamp Co., requests the readers of this article to write him or see him in regard to lightings for their homes or store build ing. The Economy Light is truly an economical light. The cost of the fixtures, etc., are 25 per cent cheaper than others. They are made in 50 styles of fixtures and give an ample selection from the cheapest to the highest per hour per light to lc per price. The actual cost of each light is from hour. These machines are guaranteed from 1 to 5 years, are absolutely safe and comply with all insurance laws. Terms are reasonable and all machines are installed by a competent man. CLYou can see several styles in operation at McGlothlan 6i Son, Irvington, Ky. l-- FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier :: - 4c H urr Yl " - Tal -- V. fi 1 w fxKairetl ' W. w CTTTaVjaaasi&l M aaatxrurAATU. 15he IPTP.rA manufacturing lmgravers L0UI5VILL,RT.,UX Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky. EXCLUSIVE, LOCAL AGErNTNS FOR. THIS EXCLUSIVE, LINE,.- - IP? FIRST FALL SALE! Fifteen Days ET yourself ready for this first Fall Opening Sale. We are going to give you the best values possible in introducing ourselves the first winter with you. Our fall purchases have been very heavy and our as sortment is complete in every way, showing the right thing for your needs. Our clothing values are money savers. Our shoe stock is large enough and compromises everything necessary in foot wear. Take advantage of this first offering of fall merchandise and profit by the great values we are going to offer. C. We want you to come and see us before you buy a dollar's worth of merchandise for we are sure that we can save you money. To satisfy you is our aim and we guarantee to please you in every purchase We are going to cut the prices early to start you off right with us and convince you we save you money d .... Avail Yourself of This First Opportunity. Men's Furnishings Men's beat quality 50 cent lined top and under shirts, now fleece- Come Early, Bargains in American Prints worth 6 and (lie; 40c lo yards for (Only 10 yards sold to a customer) 12'c Gingham; Uest quality 8c; 10 and He 5c values, at Outing (Moth worth loand 12.1c; (all Sc colors) at Hoo-ie- r Cotton worth Sc: (only 10 5Vfcc yards to a Customer) at Mens' Shirting worth l2'.c; Men's And Boys9 Clothing Men's $12.50 and $10.00 suits now Ladies9 and Children's JOu QQn QQp Shoes Men's all wool underwear and top shirts. $1.50 goods All 7;") cent sweaters; at 1.60 Sweater-- : ftp fJ0 UJu 00. 00 Meif $20 bine MrgC suits; now Men's $8.00 suits; now Men's Corduroy best grade pants worth $3.50 Men's $2.50 Corduroy: now Men's $5 and !? 43c 89c 38c 22c 18c 18c 22c 38c 89c $12.48 Hamilton Brown and Starr Brand a nr s worth $2.00: at Q Ladies' Gun Metal and Patent Shoes: button and lace, worth $8.00; Sho ,0 at at Men's Heece underwear and top shirts 50 cent goods .'J5 cent all wool sox; at $2.48 S1.38 S3.75 $8.50 and $J.0o (Jim Metal and Velvet: on sale at All Children's Shoes at big reduction. SI. 98 $2.48 Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Hose, flleece and ribbed ;12 J anil 15c; now And 25 and ".". hose; now Ladies' Union Suits worth Si. on sod $1.50; at ignites vests worm oc; at II df Priee. Ladies' all-wo- Men's 25 cent suspenders; pants; at 8c at Men's "hole proof" 25c sox: now at Men's 8 and 13.60 pants; now Mens' at Shirting worth ; 10o; 6c 8c 8c 22c 89c 39c 89c 69c SI. 98 S1.25 89c Men's 50c ties; now Men's $2.00 pants; now Men'.-. First quality Percal and Cheviots worth 12U-- at 121 and 15c Flannelette; Poplin, (all color-- ) Men's dress shirts 50c and 75c now $1.50 pant-- : at 25 and 85 c 9c 18c 23c One lot Heatherbloom and Yarn Underskirts Men's 1.50 gloves; at Men's 75c gloves: at Men's cull buttons, 25c and 35c; at Boys' $2.50 suit-- : at Boys' best blue serge suits worth 43c 19c A4 qq 01 iwO Aft $7, now S4.98 84c at. Flannel; (all colors) worth 35c; Men's $l lo Overalls and Jacket.-- ; now at Men's And Boys' Shoes Hamilton Brown Starr Brand Men's $2.50 shoes, now Men's '"Stronger than the Law' shoes. $3.50 and $4.00 best grade Men's $3.50 heavy shoes; now Men's $2 and $3 hats; now ... S1.25 at Wool and Silk Materials 5o and 75c all-wo- ; $1.50; at Ladies1 silk Scarfs worth $1.00 and $1.25; at. Ladies' 18.00 Corsets at $1.88; 1.25 t Underwear worth Bfic,and 75c at 45c dress goods; all-woo- One lot of Men's and Boys' overcoats at big 45c 89c 89c Ladies' and Children's Garments A complete line of Children! bearskin Cloaks at Half 1'iice. Ladies' tailor-madSuits and Cloaks at Hal! l'rice. Ladies' Hand Bags worth $1.00 aad 43c $1.25; at e reduction. Everything sale. goes at a big reduction at this nn goods; at at $1.25 and $1.50 41 inch Black Tafleta. silk: worth $1.50; $1.98 at While Materials 12i and 15c Domestic; 50 and 75c Table Linen; Men's drossy "Walkover" shoes, Guu Metal and patent, worth $4.00; 9c Sheeting and Blankets 1 1 J2 0 1 -- lSheeting,bleachcd and unbleached Notions 5c at 5 qq $3.50 Gun Metal button and lace shoes at 1 wO Complete line of Boys shoes, button and lace at big saving at 35c Table Linen (in white and colors); at One lot heavy and 38c 22c worth 80e; at 22c Chirks Thread; Button-- : at Cotton Blankets worth $1.00, All-wo- 69c S3.49 at 5c ight lice at Half I'rice. Blankets worth 0.00; 4c 2Vfcc 1c Paperpia; We have only given you an idea of what we have but must ask you to call and see for yourself and compare our merchandise with the prices we are putting on them. Now is the time and this is the place POPULAR PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE POSITIVELY NO CHARGES MADE OR GOODS EXCHANGED "ROSENBLATTS" .... THE STORE THAT SATISFIES IRVIIMGXOISI, KENTUCKY THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAfil SONS' NEWS, 1 PIBI ISHINO CO. .mi I i UIKS XI I I V Every Wednesday. While The Press Thvinders HV I.OI ISK EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY . CHILE! AT Hot Chocolate made from pure fresh milk at Brown's. WEDNESDAY, NOV 8. 1911 Subscription Price $1.0o a Jaf in MfMMt, h adIU'sin BP8 LOCAL? i" etnf i rt llni nd I rtnti fi i ditional insertion. for :it thfl rate ..f CAKI'S OK THANKS over five liS)M fini - cr line. 10 centtwue ir-- aTalarged plStOWS ata bad tsi.te, iii Kt'imn to in the fon awsy from li(ht-liniiiLnndiii, h i. I ll Ht t;nitri ed St. Kor BOafOI Friday, Hi rimi home an the mariiet daughter wouM n rhsner iltiri g thr ipalaSMtS a vidhII picture of their fathhut time tatssa, ins t" nasa awi r.w er. Mr. Riabmi t says he rnrrly ever thkes the picture of a farmer mlstS it h I'd brighter HkIiI lur prci n , I.d, who arrivnl .'I the in h grout) i.hiilograph. (let bu-vit ii. hi ly Chi tslasM an i let that little r Istf home of Mr. nd Mtl AlffOi M week. While she OSS i" lowr, "(ioMci gol and that big son of yours know that v u thought of them that Rihi," isW OavstnoNnl Mm R. S e Carter, the kef t si I he , h.l t MM MfM-lSsSto n paesed down the river. "I want to neinl my hoy, Kiclinri', The News for In twenty-firs- t birthday. There is OoinlNS he will enjoy niorr then his home shiiI the mother us she openr her p.icket l)o k. Mr. Csrter ii t H'mt Raeawll, Wvo., in C nipny (!., llth In fantry. a in-p- yer ra i ooo lu. tire eeing n man plate sil l leave his spoon in his up, but now I Saonm help thinking that he han bid table manner," sai I a C'linnirrcial travele. His wife h been w kii g on his table manners fur twe.ity five yearn and he is beginning to rOslly enjoy eating with the fin k. ins.cid .f the knife, and nevit asaokl kit lips any more. p hi ff . "I once did not . . .( ;:; hum;. i profit tnd the Hral In knowledftd there 10 easily obtained, especially, in fitriiiin.'. The WOrtdof - iliut there are not more ('miners. A I'mmrr inn natld to the Department of AgricultWashington or to the Kentucky State Department at Lexingure at ton and jrnt hulleiins mi any line of Inrm work, dust Ilk. They will give vim all the information you want free. W'Ikmi mi rh inical and chemical eienoe us applied to forming In so much in evidence. M InpOffetQl and la bei n jr used perfectly every where, astonishintr if is bow little the majority of farmers know of it and are interested to learn. "It is hook farming'1 they s.iv and that Bat this is an ftjffl of book, mod a man cannot farm oat of book and study in?. The old way of doing thiogi on the farm Is no ng longer the right way, Send for bulletins on corn, wheat, tobacco, conservation of your land-- . Head and study them. They will help you to double your output and not increase your cost. Science is koowlodgo and koowlodge la knowing how. If you think you know it all when it comes to farming, you know little and that l a dangerous thing. -- The divuliiiK line ol lots Sfw OtSjhtjr IlltlS things c .use big quarrels hel ween b rs. nd ocxl chick-en- s tht sfltS ne Srver.il j eople Hrr lakinn tune lu cUhii up tile K'HVrs ol Ihiir liner) ones Mt the Cloverport QeHtSty. It makes one's heart hevy to )o out tlure an.l tee the graves ol those not !on; drpaiti-.l- , eilh-e- i IHukf 0 or overgrown with weeds. ooo have noticed, h.ive l.llle c mceit. Iii fi.et. ihev usu. Uv under rate themselves and tier woik. They are not vain and photographs t f them ate a scarce about the r homs as hen's FfOieHi I One of tht best bill of advice, Pother O'Conaol gave in hi wise and excellent SvrmoSM at flt, Rose churrfi last etk wis in hi- - Verm OS oa "Ihott shalt not t..kc I li e name of the I.oid in VMin." He said, "He not discouraged if you say you are not going tn use profane or nil modest In! guage mi then, in a sudden haat of a' gei you forg. t yourself and o exactly what you resolved not to do. You cannot break that habit niddenlv for you found it fradaallf and you ate Compelled to break il ill the same way." Hurtful it is to hear cultured men and y mug w niHti u a protons excloraatMoa. And they make tbtni without thinking! 1 Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies. Fresh Oysters served any style at Brown's. I am yours for clean service S. J. BROWN Proprietor . PLENTY JF You PROOF. Know-Fr- om CHRISTMAS PLMJV L G That the Christ DQOJ season is approaching rapidly cannot be re alied until you mention the event to the merchants. They will tell you that all their goods have been received and marked. J, (.'. Nolte and Brother are keeping up with the movement and Inst week their back counters were stacked with dolls and yule-tidnovelties which were being tagged for the season. Have you thought very much about Christmas, how much money you will have to spend and what you are going to give I There are certain relatives and f rier ds whom you will not know exactly what to give them. Why not solve the puzzle and send them The Hrecken ridge Newsl The arrival of the paper every week recalls to the re cipient ttie presenter, and the joy of a year - subscription - far more lasting than a pa r of socks or a piece of cheat) china-war- e. The BreckenridgS News is b looming more popular every year as a sift offering and we know your friends will welcome it. e From People Cloverport Citizens. The greatest skeptic can hardly lail to be convinced in the face of evidence like this. It is impossible to produce better proof of merit than the testimony ot residents of Cloverport, of people who ciiii lie seen at any time. Read the folio .ving case of it: J. C. W'eatherholt, High St., Cloverport, Ky., says: "Two years ago I did" not think it possible that I could ever be well again, in fact, I had settled up my affairs. I cannot describe the misery I endured from pains thri'Un'i my back and whenever I stooped, tbey became so sharp thai it really felt as if innnsi were thrusting a knife into my kidneys. I was often very dizzy, dark 'P ,ts floated before my eyes and I had o something to keep Iron falling My joints became swollen to twice their nitnral tiae and I lost weight rapidly until I was a skeleton. The doctors' medietas! or the many guaranteed cures that I tried did BOt help me and Snally It We Wy good fornas SO he.r aiout Doon'i Kidney l'.lls. I immediately piOi cured a box at Fisher's Drug Store and was g'eatly surprised by the results re ceiveil. Before I had taken the coiitei.ts of the second bon, there WSSSaMtfksd Improvement and I continued using Iht m until I was completely cured. I am now as well as any man in this county and I give Dana's Kidney l'llls the cred- with stumps like Balds we sec along tin the Branch, we would certainly make an effort to get rid of the stumps for it is easily and oheaply done. The manufacturers of explosives issue text hooks on the use of dynamite on the farm. They tell how to use it for digging fence p si- - holes, for setting out orchard trees, blowing out stumps, reducing hills and turning over soil with depth enough to revive its far. tUity. They gire you dotiuite reasons and figures for its efflciaary Oad economy. It is inexpensive and easily handh d. Now. why not try it on those stumps in your lield; (,(f 0f i,nn. Get them out of your way and improve the appearance and value of your pkee If you onU gat out a do in i day and keep on, if will only be a short while until ou have cleared that lield. This is applied scioOM to farming. lo not tike il OS dvi from an editor, but as knowledge from experts. Try it. HI ted If we owned a lield Henderson Route and n Wouldn't you think that the Standard Oil Company would not have to advertise far business; But they keep at it constantly. They never lag in their advertising and they always follow it with hard work. Their men drive into the highways and hedges to ell oil after it has been advertised. Are you keeping up your advertising; Are you telling the j pie every week about the new goods you have jut received; No matter what sort of a business you have, you must kotp the public posted. If it were not for the new spaper we could not hear many u pin e of information until after it is old and uninteresting. Same is true of your merchandise, let folks know of it before it gets yellow and store worn, by using the columns of The Ureckenridee News Norton made a good light. If he had got into the race two or brae week's earlier he would have won. Didn't we tell you so that McCreary would 80(0001 it." Price 50 For sale by all dealers Foster-Milbur- n Co., Hulialo, cents. New York, sole ageuts for the United Heart Talk With The Readers of This Paper. Now that the frost is on the pumpkin and the sheaves have been separated from the chuff it Is natural to suppose that you are thinking of the cold, dreary winter that is approtching; and of course the advance of winter naturally suijire.sts winter goods and winter wear for you and 3'ours. In Loiivi!le, Ivy., there is store by the name of J. Bacon & Sons. This store has been 111 operation for the past sixty-si- x years, and is probably the most widely known store in Kentucky In this store it is possible today. to bu everything you need, whether the need he personal or for the home. This store being affiliated with the lurgfst retail buyinif organisation in the world, which is always ready with instant cash to pay for our purchases, and thereby take advantage ot every discount, it can readily be seen that you can buy at this store for a great deal less than yon are accustomed to paying. And in order to put. the readers of this paper on the same basis as a home customer, J. Bacon i Sons will rebate 5 percent of your total purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. Hence your trip will cost you nothing and the amount you will save on your purchases will fatten .your bank account. Heart-t- o 11 THAT5 ARSTHMETfC Results of Systematic Saving semi-annual- ly With interest compounded Minttilr DiioiIIs 110 .;v(..irs 4Yvmh atr 2117 5 Years tu: 53 714 42 777 27 H4I Dj !KM I Years 10 Years 51 hs is Ml 32 012 42 uR n (Hi Sll tig' 113 278 ai 10 HI 54 34 Ej 1.5 ml 3411 flip's 714 34 7ti5 4s IMS 8 i:Ki 2il 1410 67 iiTBg s THE SI HI7H S 1818 03j 1 lilt UU 371 IIS .HW 13 M57 MT 58 His 50 '.Kill 115 7:1 Meeting At Skillman tl7 tiS (111 t-- 420 Ml 53 3 "llW 06 H7l lOHtl 1(15 1M7 71' 17311 42 IK44 K" lUfxl 20111 I9M W aW!JI 223!" 237KNl 251 (14 '445 47Q 4115 5W 3'.I 74 States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and it "Bread baking success is guarantee" you use the Lewisport Best Flour. The Baptist church at Skillman is having an enthusiastic series of services that will last during the next ten days. The Kev. Farmer, the latt pastor of the Cloverport Haptist church, is conducting the meeting. 1230 I21I5 r - 20 !I7 0 17 1020 1275 3(170 .'ii 0(1 (SS 0IH U3 Kl IlilU 25 2713 3H5HW 27! '.'I 349S 4M Deposit with us only ten dollars a month REGULARLY for ten years and you can send your boy off to school when he gets old enough. This is your ULTY. This is easy for you TO 1)0. YOU'LL NEVER MISS THE MONEY. t T In si aTVS t 4- Marion Weatherholt, Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 Surplus $20,000 of Christmas IN tod siiKtMO, loving tliouy its ol thiiNC to whom you love best to give. iWe have beautiful s articles for Chri-tiim- Notary Pi'blic Cloverport, Kentucky tuc uni ui imiiuinouuiiu uu iiiuoi (.w., jUil Diuv nc uiDnmcQiiDC 1 tdiict rn Resources JJ20.000 unHnckiir g, v. nai uiiiouui ivip carry the Stale Notice hv Fire and Plate Glass Insurance H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE OVER -- WE Always carry a full line Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Theni GIBSON i SON WS the undersigned fanners ami Ln.l owners of Brecaenndge county, Ky., near Cloverport, hereby ahe notice to all uersons th.-.-r hunting, and killing k'ame,or fcnnnia. gathering hickory nut, or trespassing on our said premises either through the day or at night or at any time from and after this date, without the written permission of the owner. Any one known to be guilty of such trespassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law. Nov. 7, 101 1 . G. N. Harris, W. B. and H.K. Allen, C. W. Moorman, K. B. Oglesby, E. L. I'ate, M. Bcrard, John Jennings, J. D. Seaton, Chas. Satterfield, Dr. J. T. Owen. Upon payment of 35 cents we will add the name of any one who so desir ee. -M JEWELRY Gold and Silver Pieces Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiience in the execution of Drury Mr. . Wedding Silver Repair Work Special orders are taken now for anythiug you want KINCHELOES . PHARHACY Fountaine. H. Drury, Lonesome. Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prlcti Reisonablejoi Wirh First-class T. C. Lewis Hardinchur Kentucky Friend Babbage: Find enclosed Send ma of money order for 60 cents. Hewleyvllle, announce the engage the News six months for it is lonesome A little new me in of their daughter, Miss Alberta out here in the hills. Mm. mi. ai Drury to Mr. Edward B. from Kentucky ones in a while helps Fountaine, of Brandenburg. Ths wed- some. The best way to get it all is to ding will take place Wednesday, Nov- get The Breckenridge News. ember 29. After December 15 thev Yours truly, will be at home in Brandenburg. Earl Payne, Chinook, Wash. Louisville Evening Post and Breckenxidgs News and Mrs. Chas. $3.50 out year (3 5O. Subscribe Nov !Sl?-b.MIT Ie CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quickly nhinrtmri. Ivea Relief Hi Once. It clflen", hial" AOotlira, .1 en Walker of llrwlay-villehi been visiting her brothi r, at turgls Mrs (lartield Burden and MsfdseM childn n. of MtQuadjr, .ire guests of Mr John Ntwion , Met lt.tkl -- TAR SPRINGS Intel-- Ming. - AND THE CASTLE I., News These cold nights and frosty mornings make -- By The KVv. .1 the 1iwiih. protects mem. I liriuif rimiltiiitf fmiii Catarrh end drive wny n '.. In tlie i !: i i: iuwi.lv. mmm ib .r nste end Sin. ii. Pull M eta., ni Draff- mall. In li'iui form, ?" cent. gits ..r Brother, M Witm Street, New York. tj a v flHl 1 rruro LVLn ttf T5he Breckenridge News NOV. WKDNKSDAY, I, 1911 icvelve to morrow ordrev new lint- - of hats This is Met third extra order this season. a ken and Mr. ;ni(l Mrs S. it y M. faHil have uiovtd in II a Wllker n residence on S, cor.d Street Lawrence A, Murary wrnt to Lou a ville Wednesday to tea "The Man from Home" at the shubert theater. Mrs A. H. Murray has rturr,nl home from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she visitnl her daughter, Mrs Chas Crary. Mrs Mrs Sam Suell and Miss Ulondina Ball, of Wolf Creek, have been the guests of their sister, Mrs. Ella Jordan. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter. Annie Murray, and Mrs. Nannie Ferry arc quests of Miss Daisy Dean at Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Koss have ar riveil home from Parkersburg and W. Va., where they visited his fli Points of Clot Pr port Prow Tht Mania, itt t rcfin sue of Oct 11. Continued McDinM i THIS PAPER REPRESFNTFD FOR PORriGN ADVERTISING bY THE N:W YORK AND CHICACC IRAICI R4TE FOR POI OPNERAL OFFICES 'lMCIPAL ITICAI CITIES ANNOl'NCrMHVTS relatives I0 For Precinct mid city Offices A ten dollar donation was recciwd 5.00 by one of the members last week which For Couuty Offices. For SUte and District Offices., f 16 OH will start the wheel humming for the 10 Presbyterian bazaar. For Oils, per line 1 For Cards, per line Miss Hog rs, of New York, will be in the interFor All Publications here Friday in the interest of the Presest o individuals or expression byterian church. The hour has not been .Id definitely arranged, but suppose at of individual views per line 7:30 in the evening at the Luc 1c .Memorial. An nal; In nr or innrr of driving will bring ou on mir way to ano her lookout where one gels a magnili.ent pnno-ranu- i "t t h t rc t cm e ed hills and snug Ivinn v.tlle. the far fcWav disappearing river Ktjd t he near-bstreamlets Evt rv rod of the remain ing part of the trip has it own singular piCtaraaqMMaa Bid charm Now it's the niedlev of dense woodlan l, now the gjpsv -- freedom of the wild wood, or again the unrivalled beauty of a native blossom. Perchance the turn of the road eonfonts you with the vista of a valley with its ettep great deep-dowhillsides, a veritable, far stretching abyss of tanglewood silence, broken now pnd then by the neatut h.ui'l bark of a gray squire), or the sharp ' visible to 'caw caw" of a as he perches on the top of the dead Much precipitate joltinn tree trunk. brings you abruptly to the foot of a roekv hill, out on to a most charming rustic bridge, which spans Clovei creek. If you are married, all the emotions of your sweetheart trvsls will rise within vou. If you are nnmaried, you will secretly avow this to he the most ideal place in the world topropo e. You will scarce recover from your reverie of the bridge atmosphere until y deep-bedded tin-ey- MN can picture as having been a ree, sward ot mos-eand lively ferns. where e ar ly in trie sjin a the vh.lcts put up their lips for ihe dew to kiss, where at -i J -- C. Tabeling was in town yesterday from Tar Fork wiiere he has recently LOCAL BREVITIES gone to farm. Mr. Tabeling is a wide-- a wake and energetic young business man. He lias been in Colorado for sometime. Who will get the piano Dec. 20? Dr. Hillary Boone, Mr. Paul Lewis Mrs. Joe Fitch wentto Louisville yes- and Mr. Lafe Behen gave an oyster terday. luncheon at Brown's Wednesday night. it is a day hour, a sigh, expressive of JetT Dillon, of Hardinsburg, was here Their guests were Misses Ray Lewis utter relaxation, escapes one as the this week. Heyser, Lula Severs and Cleona Weath-erhol- cool and shadows of many trees greet Th piano contest at Sippel's will one and make a forefront for the splendid Dec. 26, 1911. close McHenry Rhodes, of Lexington, who hotel and the attractive cottages. This Beautiful beavers for little children gave a lecture atC.H.S,, Friday night, seductive atmosphere of restfulness is was the guest of Prof, Tanner and Mrs. confirmed into a habit as soon as one is at Mrs. Cordrey's. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Habbaye went Tanner The proceeds, $13.70, will be met by the gracious, genial hospitality of the management. added to the piano fund. to Irvingtort Tuesday. Oace domiciled, one looks about to At the home of Miss Mildred Bab-bag- e Go to Conrad Sippel; the experienced Friilay afternoon a club was or- find a nestling valley, gibraltared with shoe man, for shoes. ganized to meet every other week by gigantic, precipitous cliffs. Directly in Walter Moorman, of Glen Dean, was front of the hotel, out of the face of a the following young girls: Misses in Henderson Monday. and Francis Sawyer, Misses Vir- wonderfully attractive precipice, there Mr. and Mrs Fred Thurman have ginia and Leonora McGavock, Misses drip forth twelve varieties of mineral moved to Custer to farm. Jean Burn, Mildred Babbage and Mar- waters in combination with tar. These B. Smart spent drops make striking symbolic picture Mr. and Mrs. J. tha Miller. It is as if this were nature's Gethsemane Thursday at Tobinsport. The Epworth League Social Hallowsweat-drop- s of service, in C. Rrabaiult, photographer, will be in e'en night was the largest and pret- and these the the dri- king of which man finds a heal Irvington, Nov. 10 and 11. tiest atl'air given to the young people ing stream. For year by year, great Order subscriptions to The Brecken- this season. Those who received were: numbers look on the face of this preciMessrs James Younger, Marion Denton, ridge News for Christmas. pice as the last look of hope, and Miss Lucy Hardin and little niece re- L. A. Murray and Miss PauliM Moor away satisfied with its succor, even un man. Enjoyable contests were held af turned from Holt Monday. renewed health. Among those to will entertain ter the guests unmasked. And yet, this is not merely a SanitarMrs. Phillip Kramer who were best masked were: Messrs the Baptist Chain this week. ium. It is, also, a bewitching playC Brabandt, Allen Pierce and Ch;is. ground, a charming rend' zvous for the and Kathrine Wroe Misses Julia Fallon. Mism s Lula Severs and BSdltta students ot nature. There is nature of were in Louisville Saturday. Plank wore shepherdess' costumes. Here is a garden wliich Mrs. David l'helps will be hostess to Misses Eva Plank and Mattie Willis great variety. the Girls' Club tnis afternoon. attractively costumed. were also Mrs. Mary Ryan has been the guest Brick ice cream and cake were served BEWLEYVILLE of Mrs. Benneit in Stephensport. Bread baking success is guaranteed SALE James. P, Drury, of Brandenburg, is COMMISSIONER'S if you use I.ewispoit BKST Flour. visiting his father, Chas. H. Drury. Mr. and Mrs. Ridge have taken rooms Miss Margaret Stith and Horace Mcin the residence of Mr. H. L Staiier. Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Coy are spending a few days with the Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner and son, Hugh, Lsitchfield Deposit Bank. PI' ft. Equity folks at home near Union Star, and will No va. have returned home from Winchester. Tuesday Levi Chancellor &c. Defead't. J U8Q5 return Ed McAfee and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Ceorge Anderson and wife, of Gas By virture of a judgment and (rdei Yeager visited in Louisville last week. of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, tun, w ra here Sunday to hear Rev. The Cloverport Postal Savings Bank rendered at October term thereof, lull, May, after which they were guests of had one depositor early Monday morn- in the above cause, tor tne sum of six Mrs. Chas Drury. hundred dollars, subject to a credit of ing. 18 80 naid Jan.iarv n. 1j0!, with in Bewleyville again has a ve blackMr. and Mrs. Percy Blaine were terest at the rate of six per cent per smith and you may hear the sound of annum from the .Wth day of June, lull', guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine until paid, and all costs herein, I snail the anvil by lending an ear in that Sunday. proceed to offer for sale at the Court direc ion. House door in uarainsourg, to tne highMr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, of K. D Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Glen est bidder, at public, auction, on Monspent Sunday with Mr. and day, the 27th day of November, Bill at and two children, Aliene and r,r,a .I'll, ' m , ,f tht rr Itnnt J Mrs. L. E. Smith. III U Lib I'l William, united with the Methodist County court day;, upon a credit ot mx months the following described prop church here Sunday. A certain tract of land erty, Uev May, in making known his anlying in Breckenridge county, Kentucky nouncements Sunday, published the on Hough Creek, and bounded as folfact that Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway lows: Beginning at an elm and hickory and lien Stith, of Los Angeles, Cal.. Rough creek, below the would be joined in marriage at this on the bank of mouth of a branch, running thence X. 9, K. llil poles to two beeches at the big lick, thence N. 32, E 100 poles to a small hickory and three dogwoods, corner to No. 3, in William Watkm's line, thence with the same S. ,1, K. IQj Just like home mtide poles to a sugar tree and two small beeches, William Watkin's coiner on the bank of Laurel Branch, thence down the same with its meanders S. Delicious 8si, W. 15 poles; S. t4. West 3O poles to a beech and thence S. 216;i, K is1, poles to an elm, N. 77, W. 6 poies, S. LW, 10 poles, S. H, W. W poles, S 8.1, W 20 poles to a large beech 10 poles below the mouth of said branch on the is what we make with ITbis down the bank of Hough Creak, same as it meandeis to the beginning, clean hands, frenh materials containing L98J acres, and being the and jfood machinery tame land conveyed to tne said Levi Chancellor, by J. T. Jacobs, and wife by deed dated January II, I80H. Or iutticient tncraut' to produca tha sums of money so ordered to be made. t. Su-sel. Hir-dawav e entrance to the grounds of the springs falls athwart yc ur way. If it is nightfall you will rub your eves to reassure yourself that vcu are not looking on the closing fairy scene of 'T'eter fan." The twinkle of the myriad lights makes one half af frighted with the hope that you have driven all this way to hear the heartening message of Karrie's masterpiece If the rock-corrall- ed this lemon the tfllMaV rod and the blue fiower ol th; iron weed blend to nl.tke a fitting pennant for th diversity of ( )ut-o- f doors, when one day th re breaks forth a storm of nature with gigantic boulders for hail stones which fall, irremovably, upon our garden, there to remain until tnis day. Here is a stupendous rock, a lonesome guide part on the trail of red man and pioneer by the pecula alike, By tion of water. How loni: kgO? what process? Is it the lost child of a record of ulaciei? Is it the great floods that brought low the hills anil exalted this valley, but could not remove this sentinel of endurance? As one glides among the trees and pushes through the marjy underbrush, he is engagingly ipiickened to count the vaiit ties and he is astonished at the number One visitor reported twenty-sevedifferent ki nds of trees. The visitor falls into a drtamy ecstacy of mere living. He learns to relax into a delicious abandon to the tang of nature's elixir. His footsteps urow light and his pathway eager. Kver and again he haps upon a delightful dell made melodious, early and late, by the feathered songsters, the Carusos and You deb e Melbash of the woodland. into aa opening, half wistful with the hope that it may prove the entrance to Vou come another remarkable cave. to a nook, where clilf and brook, waterfall and green verdure and the bit of blue sky stirs the artist in you and you long for the power to execute with paint and brush what vou experience through senses and soul. It may be that an incident shall befall you such as to speak a moral. .Such an one occured to our party- Our pathway ran athwart an high rail fence, We la which was difficult to climb. borously climbed over it. On our return, just as we w?re about to mount this formidable barrier, someone discovered "a corner let down" a few paces away. "How many hardships we would escape if we could only see. " was remarked. The Bible word was illustrated. Having eyes, they see not. Having ears, they hear not How finely this is exposed by Ruskin: "The mere I think of it I find this conclusion more impressed upon me that the greatest thing that a human soul ever cues in the world is to see something, anl tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think; but thousands can think for one who can see. To see ciearly is poetry, prophecy and religion all one. " Tar Springs, Ky., Aug. 24. honey-combed tell-tale lofty-toppevar-ietie- d n Blankets and Comforts Feel Mighty Good Like a "Bug in a Rug" You'll be as snug. Let us help make you Comfortable J. I C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. OLD HICKORY Streng & Thalheimer's Old i Hickory $1.25 1 Brand Brogan Shoes only Regular price the world over $1.75 SI. 25 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. I WILSON, OWEN & CO. Strictly Cash and One Price GLEN DEAN, KY. IHaaaKSHaaMeaHHa church o'clock p, m. All cf the household effects of the late Mrs. Carrie Prakes will be soiil at public outcry on next the 1 1th inst at the Ater place near Ii vington, Ky. Sale will begin at 1 o'clock p on Nov. 'J- -' at ii 111 Complete "Bread baking is guaranteed lucceta if you use the Lewisp.jrl BEST M an". NOTICE. having claims against the States Bank, of Stephen-po- i t, Kentucky, are notified to present their claims, duly proven, as required by law, to the undersigned Assignee, at its All persons STEWART'S Department Mail-orde- r Orders Filled Promptly and Accurately Write today for anything needed Kxptv-- s ot .' charges' prepaid on all porchaMa 00 or to the more withiu roller, ux Louisville, ! Two Gome to Louisville ville. at Our Expense ra 1 FRESH place of business in Hanliusbure,, Kentucky, at any time during buainafl hours, on or before the sixth da ol December, I'.M 1. This does not apply to depositors, whose claims will be verified by MCh upon the payment of dividends. The Bank of Haidinsburg a Trust Co , Assignee of the estate of The Two States Batik. Purchase h round trip ticket from rour home to LouisWhen you have oooipleted your shopping in this store, take your return ticket ami your sabs checks, which are given you with each pure baas to ih Credit Desk, (South end ot the building) fini Boor, It' your railroad lure is more than 5 pereenl ol your purchases, 5 per cent will be refunded on the amount f your purchaser. Special No. ice to Charge Customers: Refund made only in eaan, and at time ot purchase, Refund cannot be credited at the time of settlement of account. Light Bread Pies, The Stewait Cry Goods Co, " Louisville, Ky. The Best Cakes D RAYMOND Cl.uence Collitibworth, of Mook, h;is beau saaaAlai several days with his cousin, Kduar roinpton. C. L. Avitt is building a new barn Mrs. Jsas Knutt and daughter. Miss Edith, were in Irvington on day last Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie moved into the house tiu-uc- Carlton Atar. I'ollock have lately vacated by Let us have your order for Bread what you must have three timet a day.... The Famous jR&yo Lamp H. J. Krebs Irviugton, Ky. For tha purchase price, tha purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bonds, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having tha force and effect of a Lein retained to secure judgment. payment of purchase money. Bidders promptly will be prepared to coinpl with theaa tarnia. Approximated debt interest and cost 6ttl .16. Lae Walls, Commiaioner;by Carrie Walla.Daputy. "Bread baking auccaaa ia guaranteed you uaa Lawiapoft BEST Flour". The Rayo Lamp u the beat and rnott aerviceable lamp you can find for any part of your home. Its strong white light baa made It it in viae in million of families. it famous. And it never flickers. In the di uing-rooor ika parlor th Rayo pv juat th light that most effective. It U 4 becomtaa Unto in Osclf sod to vou. lust the Imbd. too. far 01 library, wticic a dear, atead) light u Tha Kayo ia made of aohd braat, aickal - pUlad ; also ia Dumaroua other atylea ana EUaily Ughtad without taoioviag ahad or chimney ; eaay to claan aod icruk. Aai ajaj aiU la tnaw you a ana a Rat laaa; ar unite lor oWrm cucular la ggg asaacy gj aVa Standard Oil Company (laworpvfmta) if Mr. PsOHtS Ashcraft, of Irvington, bought some nice cattle Irom Hoscoa Hendry last weak. Mr. and Mrs. l'rank I'hilpot, of Stony I'oint, visited her parents, Mi. and Mrs. Thomas Hall Saturday ami Sunweek. day. Mr. and Mrs. "Buddy" attended Miss Sally Macey returned to her church at Fayneville Sunday. Garlield out day last week, home at Winlield afttr spending several days with her visiting hie lleudry, a of Irvingtou, was mother part of laet week. brother, Glen Macey. Otis Severs, of Union Star, spent Mr. Uettit Black and daughter, Miaa Sunday night with Jess (.'ashman. Sua Addison, cam up laat Saturday The closed and visited relatives ar.U friendb and Sunday protracted meeting Additionshare night with no new to attended church. the church. Herman Claycomo was at home from Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewispotl Ekron Saturday and Sunday. Flour. HI-V- WJWJj Adventure A Romance of The South Seas DY In a letter from Rmnch- latul, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I from womanly suffered troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no pood. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a .fpt " new woman. Cardui saved Jack London Copyright. 1910. by Street G) Smith Copyright. 191 1, by the Macmillan Company degree or certainty, unit lr M WW robbery, and man eating, ttie ptncp fainted there in IWI midst tf the Mack from which his own two hundred plan those who wort' able would he nt hi tatlon hands hart MM recruited. Bewas the cane tween him and the throat like ravening wolves The Pnrt wny down the line n man wns crass fence ot ihe compound. dying. He (live orders for Ids removal gate was niar anil he sent the house A boy to close It Within tile fence grew 8 soon ns he IkiiI breathed his Inst. black stuck his head inside ihe shed n number of lofty coeouuul palms On either side the path that led to the door, saying: gate stood two tall Hagstaffs. like "Four fella sick too much " Fresh cases, still ahle to walk, they ship's ajaata, with Mipwaa aptli'etl on The In true nautical fashion, witn snrouns. clustered alHitit the spokesman pi M s and Ml liaiyards White man singled onr the weakest ratlines, nd put him in the place Just vacated From the gaff ot one two gay dans by the corpse AIM Me Indicated the hung llmpiy. one a rttwwf board of telling ttW to wait for blue and white vciiares. the oilier a eit weakest, disk i place ntll the next Ml died Then, while pennant centred with a redsignal orderlni; Mf of the well men to take It was the Internal lona t code a hi pin d from the tield force and huild of distress The man ordered the great Mil to lie lean to ::dditlon to the liospltnl. he continued along the runway, jidnilnis rung as a signal for 'he plantation terlng medii'llie and tflfllH Jokes In hands to cease work and go to their Then he mounted his man be' hede mer Knjrllatl to cheer the stif barracks Now and again from the far horse and mole the last round of the ferers When day. end a weird wall was raised In the hospital were two new cases he arrived there lie found the notse was emitted Icy a Imy who was not To these lie gave castor oil He con It had MM an (Tata la ted himself sick The white man's wrath was He ensy day Only three had died 'What n IOM foa StBg out ulln lime?" Inspected the copra drying that had been going on. and went through the ie deitianded barracks lo see If there were any n l, "Him fella my brother belong me," lying bidden and defying his rule of was Ihe answer. "Hlni fella die too segregation Returned to the house much." he received the reports of the boss 'You sing out. him fella brother be- boys and gar a Instructions for next long you (He too much." the white Ml day's Weill; TM boats' crew boss also went on In threatening tones. "1 cross he had in. lo give assurance, as was too HI neb along on What name you ihe custom nightly, that the whale sing out. eh? You fathead make um lioats were hauled up and padlocked brother belong OV die close up too Vtiis was i. most necessary precaution much. You fella linish sing out, sav Tor the blacks were in a funk, and a Tee? You fella no Mulsh sing out whale boat left lying on the beach in niffke fill 1st) quirk " the evening meant a loss of twenty He threatened the waller with his blacks by BKlflllng Since the blacks fist, and the black cowered down, glar- were worth s:!ii a piece or less, accord ing ut him Wltb sullen eyes Ua to Ml much ut heir time had "Sing out no good little bit." the been worked out. Ilcrainlc plantation white man went on. Bun gently. I COUM ill afford the loss tesldes. "You no sing out. You chase um fella whale I ts were not cheap In the fly. Too much strong fella fly. You Solomons, and aMl the deaths were CUtch water, washee brother belong dally reUnelna iM working capital you, washee plenty too much. MM bye Seven blacks bad Med Into the bush brother belong you all right. :he week before and four had dragged "Jump!" he shouted fiercely at the iiemsclves back, helpless from fever end. his will penetrating the low Intelligence of Um black with dynamic with the report that two more had force that made him jump to the task been killed and kal kai'd (eaten) by of brushing the loathsome swarms of the Mapl table boabmen. The seventh man was Still at large and was said flies away. Again he rode out into the reeking to be working along the coast on the heat. lie clutched the black's neck lookout to steal a canoe and get away tightly and drew a long breath; but to his own island. the dead air seemed to shrivel his Via bar brougti t two lighted lanterns lungs, and he dropped his head and to the white man for Inspection He dozed till the house was reached. glanced at them and saw thai they Every effort of will was torture, yet were burning brightly with clear. be was called upon continually to broad flames, and nodded his head, muke efforts of will. He gave the (km mmm li,,itirl lm t. tit., ,r,ifY' ,f H,. black he bad ridden a nip of trade gin. flagstaff, arid the other was placed on Viaburi, the house boy. brought him the wide I'hey were the ernmln. corrosive sublimate and water, and leading lights to the Beraude anchor be took a thorough antiseptic wash age. and every night In the year they He dosed himself with ohlorodyne, were so inspected and hung out. took his own pulse, smoked a therHe rolled back on his couch with a mometer, and lay back on the couch sigh of relief The day's work was with a suppressed groan. It was mid done. A rifle lay ou the couch beside afternoon, and be had completed hU him was within reach third round that day. He called the of his Ills revolverhour passed, during hand. An house boy which he did not move. He lay in a "Take um big fella look along state of half similiter, half coma. He Jessie." he commanded. bec ame suddenly A creak on alert. boy ca tried the long telescope The the Met veranda was the cause The out on the veranda and searched the room was I. shaped: the corner In sea. "One fella KBOOMf long way little which stood his couch was dim. but bit," he announced. "One fella .lessie." the hanging lamp In the main part of The white man gave a little gasp of the room, over the billiard table and just around the corner bo that It did delight. "You make um Jessie, live sticks not shine on hi in, was burning brightly. Likewise the verandas were well tobucco ulong you," be said. He waited without moveThere was silence lor a time, during lighted. ment. The creaks were repeated, and Which he waited with eager Impaho knew several men lurked outside. tience. "What name?" he cried sharply. "Maybe .losie. maybe other fellli The house, raised a dozen feet above chooner." came the faltering admis the ground, shook on its pile founda MB. The man RWBMl to the edge of the tlons to the rush of retreating footcouch and siippd ,.n to the floor on steps. "They're getting bold." tie muttered ty men us of a chair he bis Uncos drew himself to hi- - teet still clinging "Something win Mm la he dene." The full moon rose over Malaitn mid to the i li.ur. supporting most of his Nothing weight on it. he shoved it to the door shone down on Itcrandc and out upon the veranda. The sweat stirred In the windless ulr. From the from the exertion streamed down his hospital still proceeded t he moaning of the sick. In the grass thatched face and showed ihrough the under barracks nearly two hundred woolly shirt across Ms shoulders, lie muu aged to get into Ihe chair, where he headed man eaiers slept off the weui punted in a state of rOtlapM lu a tew ties of the day's toll, though several lifted their heads to listen to the curses minutes lie rondel alBJkMlf. The ursed the white mun Ihe end of the telescope nglllllsl of one wl ""' veranda si a n t lings, while who never slept tin Ihe tour veranMl the man .';izcd through it ut the sea. das of ihe bouse the lanterns burned At lust he picked up ihe white sails of Inside, between rifle and revolver, the man himself moaned and tossed In the schooner and studied them Intervals of troubled sleep. "No Jessie.' he said very quietly "Thut's lis Malakula." He changed his seat for a steamer To be continued ice l.i,i: ig chulr Three huudred feet awuy the seu broke hi a sua! surf ChumberUiu's Stomach acd Liver upon the beuch To the left he could Tablets do not sicken or giipe.and may see the while Hue of breakers tli.i; be taken with perfect safety by the marked the bur of the Ualcsuuu river iii' t delicate women or the youngest and. beyond, the rugged outline ot child. The old und feeble will also find Directly before him them a most suitable remedy for aiding San, Island across the twelve mile channel, lay and strengthening their weakened diFlorldu island, uud, further to the gestion and for regulating the bowels. right, dim In the distance, he could For sale by all dealers. make out portions of Mululta. the KM Now. ago island, luu abode of uiuider uud E 61 my lifel All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." Take CARDUI " jl The drudgery of cooking la lessened by half with this convenient cabinet in your kitchen. Saves you thousands or steps ana sioops, hy ei in you a n ace for evcrvlhinif with everything in .its place. r:. i. nave moitcrr nois ne mt-.No kitchen should be without one. and implements for THEIR work. The wome- n- who work much harder should have the same. This fine kitchen cabinet is made of solid oak, nicely finished in golden color. Top has glass doors, shelves for dishes, etc., and three drawers. Large biscuit board slides in under base. Three large drawers on one side and flour bin holding 50 lbs. of flour on other side. Large strong castors that make the cabinet easy to move around. You csn buy this handsome kitchen cabinet for only $13.25, delivered, freight paid at your home station. You may pay $2 cash and balance on easy terms to suit your convenience; or pay all cash Just as you like. TKia is just one of our many r $2 Cash Buys This Solid OaK ft He hen ablnet Ml The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have BARGAINS IN- - convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and Strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today! FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, Etc. We own and operate the largest store in Louisville, and control the entire output of some of the largest Furniture Factories in the country, and do the largest business in the South. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with us ; no matter where you live ; and we give you just the same terms of cash or credit that we give to our thousands of regular customers right here at home. To show you how fair we are and how much we appreciate the trade of good people who do not live in Louisville, BIRTH OF A HYMN. 1 I Cam to Write "The Sweet By and By." The popular hymn. "The Sweet l!y and Hy." was written by Dr. S. Fillmore DenMtl at Klkhorn. Wis., in M7, especially for "The Signet King." a hook of by inns of which he is said to have wriiten more than a hundred. At that time Bennett was associated with J. T Webster, the coniioser. who had an exceedingly melancholy disposil ion. One day BeOJMtt remarked to Webster. "Well, what's Ihe matter now':" "It's no matter," dolefully replied Webster. "It will he all right by and by." Bennett at ohm tailed his pen and wrote the Immortal words of the song. Wcbsier. bis gloom vanished, wrote out a few notes and played them on his violin, and these two. with N. II. Carswell and S. ft Bright, were sing lug the hyinti within half an hour from the time I'.einiett began writing I!. I!. Crosby, who entered at Ihe mo Blent, exclaimed. "That hymn is im mortal!" BenBetl was born at Eden, N. Y.. In 1888, He resigned his position as edi tor of the Independent nt Klkhorn to enter the war between the slates and at the end of his service studied modi cine and engaged in the drug business at Klkhorn till he became associated He with Webster in song writing. died at Itiohmond. 111.. In 18JS.-N- ew York Tribune. How Dr. Ber.n;tt WE PAY THE FREIGHT to your home station; thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores. 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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. The Argan Tree. Among the most remarkable trees of the world Is the argan, which abounds in southern Morocco, but is seldom seen elsewhere. A "forest" of argans has a curious scattered appearance because the trees grow singly and far apart. They are very leafy, but seldom exceed twenty feet In height. The branches put out horizontally and begin a Jgrd above the ground. Sheep, cattle and camels feed on the leaves, and gouts will stand on their hind legs to reach them, but horses and mules refuse to touch them. The wood Is very hard and extremely useful to the natives, who make charcoal froin it. The fruit, resembling a large olive, is used to feed cattle nnd to manufacture u valuable oil. It also furnishes the principal sustenance of many of the poorer natives. Scientific American. Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night : school in session the entire Bocks fre. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. ye-ci- Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . . . .Shavtittal . . . . BOOkkWVtag. ... .RapM Calculation. IViinialisliip. Tn an WW rail .KMliiitr. QwMWapwft 'rypt'wiitiim. ... . . .. Ci il Sen U't. law. . onur.ercMl .. . . trMiaaatlr. .twHttagi .KiikIKIi. .QnUWBWi Name .. . Barthji Cwwbmwmv . PuMiiiiafion. ,Uea of Allin; Marhinc and WWW ollici' devices. Addraai Daviess County Business College 'Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensborb, Ky. "I am pleased to recommend ChamMRS. lAFT'S MARKETING. Hr Answer. berlain's Cragll Remedy as the best He I am make thing know of and safest remedy for Doss It herself, Knows What She present of u going to for your you a birthbracelet coughs, colds and bronchial trouble," Wants and Pays Cash. day. Which do you prefer silver or writes Mrs. L. H. Arnold, of Denver, The wife c.r tlM president Of the gold? market Colo. "We have used it repeatedly fjattad .Stall's tom She Is silent. Other Mass. Iteverl.v. MTMMJ He Well, which do you want? and it has never failed to give relief." I t $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 3. 5). ery Pot sale by all dealers. First Veterinary School. As nearly as the facts can be got at the first veterinary school was found ed ill the city of Lyons. France, about the middle of May of the year 17(11 have Since 1701 veterinary school spread all over the civilized world, penally in (Jermany, France, Fug laud and the Tutted States of A hut lea, in which advanced countries the horse has the benefit of as fine a science as that which exists for hla master, man. New York American. i boy-hel- I Subscribe Right For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece of flannel with' Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the Keat of pain. There is nothing better. For sale by all dealers. prominent women life ulad M. MMb qulsh the dali mntlne of ordering ami Unt buying to a trained n Tuff every MOfBlaf shortly after breakfast steps into her limousine uud is whirled out on her tour of the. mar kets. She was so seriously 111 that she was compelled to let ti housekeeper take (harps of the summer White lint now she per House last year soutilly oversees the servants and all the details of the domestic routine. In marketing she selects foods carefully and luvarlahly pays cush. In the shops she is very simple aud Inconspicuous Iii manner. The village tradesmen ippreelnte the fact that she deals with them personally. She la so eusy to please," suld one. "and so pleasant spoken." All agree she knows just what she wants. Imnsi-keepet'. ask He Why don't you speak? you which do you prefer silver or gold? Then he suddenly renieinhered tint "slleuce is golden." 1 Ikt is silent still. Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many people are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet eruiieide powder to be dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet aud hygienic ases it la better aud more economical. To cleause and whiten the teeth, remove tartar and To disiufect the mouth, destroy disease germs, and To keep artificial teeth aud Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdoc t Blood Bitters in the uatioual cure foi it. It strengthens stomach im-.biauee, promotes flow of digestive juices, puiifles the blood , builds you up. Laying the Snare. "For whom Is she wearing black, "ler lute husbuud?" "No. for her next. She knows she ooks well in It." Judge. There jtc-ii prevent dec ay. purify the breath. Is n dlfTcvm e lietwecii lielng ml beitr.: industrious To remove nic otine, from the teeth and purify the breath after smoking;. To eradicate perspiration and body odors by sMiuge bathiug. The best antiseptic wash known. Relieves aud strengthens tired, Weak, iudaincde yes. Heals sore throat, won ml aud cuts. 25 aud 50 cts. a box, drugglsta or by mail postpaid. Sample FrecB. THE PAX TON TOILET CO..BoTo.ftUsa. bridgeworkeleau, odorless - store Hlmo-- t done and have moved thnr giiods Into it. It is A fine two Mory building with a Wx.VO basement. It is iiite an improvement to our little town. Mrs. Wilda Keys, who has been very low for the past week, is some better. The school at WJmit Grove is progressing nicely uiider the tuterstaip of K'ine Robertson. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. ifcll tetnpri tester lling more von snatch the worse it itches. I loan s ( )i ut turn t cures piles, pc renin any (kin itching. At h)1 ding stores. Ai-- Real Estate Department Mi is a TIM STlPHENSPORT Restored to Health by Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least try a medicine which has the record of Lydia E. Pinkham's New line of furniture- - That the Best Things do not have to be advertised would be a reason- are looking for. We recommend and fair in price you want to buy in i.Miues ; li you do y a (ind just what you Msd in Ihtl tepftTfeMMt mny II JTOU are i,terAt Wi in MJ Of Um following proprieties write us Hi OOOV for vr ner n imp iini iuMivs-- . If none of these places suit yon, write .is m onco tellinjr - what you want and want tt ami let us introduce yon to the limn who ha- - the V OO Do i ii- where'vou very property the following properties us htiofl productift Mir want cash buyer- - Do You Want to Sell (ot n farm nr hmUMM I and let ns ih 'iv roc bo This depan m I - v we bring buyer and sol tor (together, at is conducted solely for t ie purpuM ot enabling 'Hers of (arms or bttsiMM proprtatito to m ike qaiok M et four proportj, Mad prm and description at one If yofl Mr. lfcCab fvi M Jno. tent Nai Haroed n D. Babbage , bins. Rev. at mac C R. Shepard tilled his regular Mrs. Vegetable Compound, is, it would almost seem, to blame for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says: " When my ropoihI daiiplitor was oipriiti'cn Mo. Richmond, months old I was pronoum-- a hopeleH Invalid by specialists. I had a consultation of doxtors and tin y wU I had a severe case of ulceration. I was In bed for ten weeks, had sinking spells, and was pronounced to be In a dangerous condition. My father Insisted that we try Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound, and brought me six bottles. I soon began to improve, and before It bad all been taken I was as well and strong as ever, my friends hardly recognized me so great was the change." Mrs. Woodson Dranstetter, Hit lunoml, Mo. There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in the United States who have been benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read what another woman says: .Tonesboro, Texas. "I have used Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta ble ('(impound for myself ami daughter, and consider it unequalled for all female diseases. I would not be without it for anything. I wish every mother in America could be persuaded to use it as there would be less suffering among our sex then. am always glad to speak a word of praise for Lydia E. Pink-haVegetable Compound, and you arc at liberty to use this testimonial.' Mrs. James T. Lawrence, Jonesboro, Texas. Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we publish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. I m! appointment here Sunday. Line overcoats trorn Pi to 1 ln ) fli loe. Nf rvt aa ft. in r.il r d, Ml MfV4 .1 in ar s inipic; one nil ic froiiisctioo I"- - and crlii. reasonaliiy uihmI house well watar--d. o iilei on , rery s,,le Portion of II L. arm Price ft mil ri Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and baa thousands of cures to its credit. ' ' ' '"" slightest trouble appears which Irffffit gpBap you do not understand, write to .Mrs. I'inkhnm at Lynn, Mass., for her advice itis free and alway s helpful Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering from the same trouble ? For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable near I'nion Star, returned home last LODIBURG week. Jesse Payne made his daughter, Miss Ruby, a present of a fine organ. Mrs. Frances Orendorf, of Webster, Mis Nina Hardin was the guest of attended church at Clifton Mills last week and was the guest of her daugh- Miss Annie French Sunday and attend church at Hazel Dell. ter, Mrs. Jess Parks. J. H. Avitt and I. C. Argabright took Messrs. Bussard and Yates, of Huntcar load of stock to Louisville last ington, Ind., ve;e the gutst of Huse i week. Fryniire last week. Mrs. Florence Estelle and daughter, Frank MaCy returned home from Ruby, of Louisville, were the guests Nashville, Tenn , last week. of Mrs. Mary Adkisson and Miss Mamie Mrs. Will liasham and Mrs. Henry Adkisson last Gibson were at Irvinglon one day last Mrs. Annie Kirtz, of Webster visited week. Broun, Asia Miller and Nile Mrs. Mary Adkisson last Sunday. Sam Beauchamp have gone to Illinois to Mrs. Charlie Avitt was at Sample e of her shuck corn. last Sunday to be at the uncle, Dowell, who is very low Joseph Adkissnn, of Owensboro, was with blood poison the guest of friends here last week. wt-ebert-sidLo-er- j Prof. Arthur Ater and Mrs. Ater, of Stephensport, were visiting Mrs. Ater's "I have been somewhat costive, but parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Handy, last Dots' Regulels gave just the reMilirt Boise one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, of Vir- Saturday and Sunday. desired. They act mildly and regulate ginia, who have been visiting friends Hardin t Payne have their new the bowels per'ectlv." George B. Miss Sudia Pollock, of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. McCubbins. Mrs. M. A McCnhbi ns invites you to see her Hew full goods of merclmriil Miss Eva and BHu May, of ( lover-port- , y were guests of I)r. and Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. Roofing and ceiling tnper at Mrs. McCubbins. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Barbee have moved to town Shoes with style and ot gojd material at Mis. McCubhiui. Misses Krmnn arid Susie Warren, of Chenault, were in town Saturday shopping. Mrs. McCu'ibins has received a large line of excellent cloaks for Indies and children. Gordon Payne was in C'loverport Sun day. Hiick, ss.lt, lime, cement and ulaster hair at Mis. McCubbins. We are grieved to learn of the serious illness of Miss Zelma Lay at the home of her brother, H. I). Lav, of Norfork, Va. Her parents have our deepest sympathy. f tlmi'-- .iiiil roofing paints and oils at Mis. McCubbins. Uncle Lorenzo Dowell, of Sample, is very low at this writing. Jesse Walls, of Kirk, was in town Monday. Fine COOJlillg stoves at Mrs. McCubbins. G. W. Payne invites you to see his new line of Merchandise. Hats at cost Mrs. G W .Payue. The Baptist choir entertainment Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Thirty-ninMrs K. A. Shellman. guests were present. A guessing contest was the principal feature of the evening. Each guest wore an emblem of some town or city. Music and rewere enjoyed, especially freshments the duct rendered by Misses Eva and The dining E!iza May, of Cloverport. r mm WM beautifully decorated in chn sant hemuins and ferns. Ribbons with cards for each guest were hanging from the chandiler with a passage from Psalms on each card. Rev. Sheppard dismissed with prayer. If vou need a healing stove, go to Mrs. McCtibbin's department store. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. Shi-verle able conclusion. But people must be REMINDED of that which is BEST. This is the reason the best ml'e irrietcfl si.iool J county: i or. ri i. an u'o.wl T I farms li acr. s ir ncrea: No . II lh,.,r.v..r ...... mini KKr i. Mead Menu; S IN tppia tram Jaat In prla f nfe. f nali i, achoul, I Ooni .Ichnrch 's. lion lanilli.it II l, 7 H advertised. Pick up the daily papers and you will notice that the oldest, most reliable firms are the constant things are advertisers. How many times do you see Uneeda Biscuits ad- vertised? Mow Everyday. often do you see acres. mlies from liusto 1(111 n: well "ot (ll)O Olendeane. four from wHStof ' good yoiim; orchard rood the firm of Tiffany & Co. $3 onlavs wetulles from Irvinittfew yards $2 (VW treah land; r,,s miles mlles liranch watered titnlier rural route school house railroad; all acres in cultivafour advertised? Every month no house: improvements: go porch; room. tion M acres aInidBrass; will produce the hest dwelling; with kitchen on two SOM, wheat ItbMOO BeiRhborhOM) rns; rn and tenent house and chi" plenty lasting water, well itood door of the Soldi treat and ben loir dwe.llntr. in the leading magazines tern hack luwill sel loll easy payments: hoUae nid stahle ,'ncco roomsatand side room,t she plenty harns tenant 'rTr leve. laud. KuJd barn; all land cleared, well ml,,., from Irvlnirlon Price ft.:t00 lent anil w.ilcr: 3 acres No inn fences, iroo-- orch-iri'" :"'r- '- 'Vlnir In a va 10 acres Mi,. white oaks In tiinli r. Prtoalt,rnotndwelilnffandhall;2tenan i lMuies. lare tubacco tiarn; 2 miles rkiath of Kirk. 4 mile from sctiooi well watered 1 ut'rt in ;iriinrs near barni oa Iturai It ,uie. No, K 40 acres, all le u J ntv of -ilmr.-rchard ami Kraaa: laailof tprlnffj .mhI ywalllnit, r rooms and Nfl "' ,, s. W level W all, Birai and hen liouse. 1,'iuiiii li.mse two ill .v itetj .i io.i dwelllnni I riHirns, ronuceo l,:irn. atable ami corn cpttk eea barns. u tobi barn: 3 rules from Wi yards from HeQsada anil acbool bona. s. iln pie. Kas terms l.4.a. r.asy terins In e0 acres -, Vn A BMlMM II Mod lllllil near It.isln fVv . I .C' l, i a,'Ma I fa, lie I.'.wt ,.f lllun ll. VI L..I..I.I.. unlu ...... agtl, watered hy wells and sprln. on MOT of t he best sections In the couiry county road, near (tood school and cluircliea. IX acres i ml le Sooth of Rock vale, New tobaooo barn COM II, SN, :i mock iarn, No. 7 l' level land. 4 room dwelllntr irood tenanl (MM, line jioref ami itrarw tenant. BOttaa and ne.assiry outlilll Idliars. land. Price fi. Iiio n ilm vards. Sclniol lions,, and clear.' Price '" acres 1, led 1 mile in rt h of I f l.ofti) o ish. McUuad Price K. 000 M cab f4 MfN, in lev from Kirk, dwel lia'ance In yearly payments. No. 8 Inif I S siory rooms an. txirch. locaiei Rood well, small tenant house food li irn and fl iiw. 17 Thla l one of the near Irvlmiton hesi farms In and stuhle. itood orchard that si ci :,, n niter btR li state of ciMtyalloo In Q Two tracts 100 acres 121 one and well 'iiipr ived ( .od orchard ; well watered; No, 124 acres in the oi her acres lo an Ideal place r, ',cash. Inlance liHl acres 3 on easy payments II irdlnsiiuru: cated I tulle of mile from Harried: sI culli'e. Mn I tt '' " c ri ouni. ymiies 'r.ci ll.ir.llns- -. seat well itnprov-ountyl he In ,1 farms In I lie - ' res locat.'J on the r;tllroad ed one Price Nr M mile trosa WabMar, Rood ham 4, 0M. " a iswa a a. 1. - c.isi ot Hardlna-IV- i Imrif. 'J nun's north of Muni. I U .1. it. i, and aehool. u imI Imllilliars i Nil I located I ," It . '' , 1 i cn i"v. iu riille-fro- l(t I'1- ,rt ; 1" :.' i, ; W1 : : 3 ; lOO w id be,0K ; h I, III dwell-- j wiMid tf ; 2 Juo. cf s,i. li I). Hahliaue, Cloverport. fruit. Further particulars addreaa Ky. l ; E, ; 1 Do you ever see the SatGolden Rod Society Has Debates Lively II Us Run, N iv. (Special) Tbe allien Rot DtbatlBg S iciety hail a debate lliiit WMBMd tip tilt? munliers Ttie suliject whs: Resolved, There is more pleasure in I'ursu't thau l'osessiou. " Auluirn Wheatlej, afflns. Stive. Ciptaiu was jjallatitly lol lowed by Sitnoti Sma t and others. Mr. Sjiait'g speech from expeiience Was a Charming our. Mr. W'hetitley 'a reply was witty and brought the house ilowu with laugh:; Plent y of it,, id 11 in b, r for farm good land to cle ir. Price U.OOo 4 cash. ti H houn. puru is a urday Evening Post men tioned in cold, black type? All the time. DR. H. J. BOONE M.-ii- Permanent Dr, Owen's OfBcc, Hours: B to 12 a. ni. ('. Dentist 1 to Street p. m, Cloverport. Ky. Now, is your store the BEST STORE Mow BALL & MILLER and ter. Scott Smart, negative. Captain Sniait was strongly upheld by forfeit lieavin ... i i o: i i.ovv. ii u aim uincis. riiuiou ii Forrest He.ivin picked out th; alliiin-ative'- s weak places and weakened tilt ii attcng ones. S moa Rowland s .speech ol the Pleasures derived from the t1fliaifl ion of reed, mi, captured the auilietice. Scolt Sui'it's thcoiv was "The little tobacco plant and the ilollar. " It blOUghl main a cheer fiom the audience anil smilrs from the juclxes, c' B, Bldor anil Join. McClellan. A debate on ('.rant and I,ee w ll lie Bigbti KovoMbef tS, held Saturday l.vervi) dv itiviteil to come. 1 Livery, Feed I Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburp;, : Ky. Frank Macy were visiting K'aiise, l06 Walnut ve. , AUoona, I'a DOCTOR. often do you remind the people that in your store you sell the best? People forget the good, remember the bad. If they get stung they never Do You Get Up forget. CI0EZ3lQ00Hc10r3 OVER 65 YCARS' EXPrRICNCE VMM COPYPIGHT3 Ac. AiiTOnp sptidlna a nkclch mid Ion may r an; .iv asctiriuiii our optmiia fri'u aa nvi'iu ion is prnhaiilr pnUniiHhie. ('ninniiinlra. tlons strictly oonhdent ial. HANDBOOK on l'atiuta , ,',-" i, ' i, litest iioncy for Mi'cuniiir pateiiM. remits taken toniBfh Illiinii ,v Co. recelra tprcial fiollrr, it Imiit ctiHrito, iu tlifl Traoe Marks Designs The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE, KY. With a Lame Back? THE OLD Hia TIME Devoted to and representative of the Agricultural and Live Stock interests of Kentucky and the South. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 50 CENTS PER YEAR, $1.00 FOR THREE YEARS MAILED THE 1,1 AND 15th OF EACH MONTH THE KENTUCKY FARMER has the ablest and best equipped staff of writers and contributors of any farm journal in the South. It will convey to the homes of its readers the news, happening and leading events in the agricultural world, and will treat farm topics from ical standpoint. a scientific and econom- For a Limited Time THE KENTUCKY FARMER INI D THE new BRECKENRIDGE Will be mm it Ml baO fiber NEWS Al An OliUU to prompt u in and both mi' year for St-nt- In renewino; state whether you want the Keni tucky Farmer. MlhterlptiOM to Hardshipa rVere Many, and Hit Rewards Were Not Great. The atrott4 UupMMnioa. naitied lu reudiiiK of lb expt'l iein es of old time physicians is of their boldness and faring. Most of them were by necessity siliceous us well lis doctors of n:edi clue, isolated oftM irmn other meiu hers of tlie-l-r profession and obliged to bear Hie entire resj onsibility of the welfare of their patients, they learned to rely upon themselves and to take chances thut would make the general practitioner shudder in these days of many specialists and wide division of labor. Perhaps none ever undertook surgical operations who had no I rain ltiK in tliut line, but Willi no hospitals wilhln reach, with few lust ruineni i and with the modern tiutiscptlcs and uuisiiiK systems undreamed of, they ventured to MM t lie knife in critical oases and. as It appears, with u large measure of success. They wore fullliful, hardworking servants of the public in t lie early day They traveled h horseback oier trails that took litem through forests and swamps and across streams Their held of practice often included a large territory, and they were necessarily out in nil sorts of weather and en oiiii Ic red hardships of various kinds. Nor were tile rewards great Few of those old time doctors accumulated wealth, some of them not even a competence for old age. Hut it is easy to see that they were u force in the community and had much to do with the general development of the state Iudlanuiolis Star. Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, strongest, cheapest liniment ever devued. A household remedy America for 25 years. A peciflc for pain The columns of Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone know s of Or. Kilmer'? Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver ami tiiaiuicr remedy, of its remark- 111 able tacaiui reatorin Swamp- IS II! properties. X-- Scientific American. hanflsnmoly' 111 tint rnf cn wokly. cillatloM of an? IWlntltta )urniil. r tr l ur nitMtlm, $1. ti)U liyull yyr rj MUNN & Co.361Bfo- lir.u.i-t- i mWMlnler. I.nrirput clp- Tcrnm, f New York The OMoa, i"X K St., WiishliiKion, D. C. Breckenridge News are the best columns and we remind you that thro them you can Remind Others ot the best you have to sell. coming ruentaatiun, poifl in tbe bock, kid in vs. liver, bl.nliler mid ever put of the urinary jiassare. It corrects inability to hol d water and scaldim,' pain in passing it, or bad elTccts following use of liquor ( wine or beer, ami overcomes that unplea-an- t necessity of bciiig compelled to go often through the day, and to get uj many times during the night. Swamp-Rois not recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice, ami has proved so successful that a special ur rajMemeat has been made by which all readers of thia paper, who have not al- readv tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, ulso a book telling ami how to more about Swamp-Roo- t, umiout it you nave kiu-ne- y or bladder trouble When w riting meat n n " MlSMaiV1SM.a1 reading this generous I Mataweaaunaa.l " I offer in this paper ami send your address to ur. Kilmer cc V.O., u,. , i fr,.,. lilughaniton, N. Y. The regular lift v mil r size bottles ure sold by ami all druggists. Don't make anv mistake but remember the name, Swamp-Root- , and the adI)'. Kilmer's Swamp-Roodreaa, Biughamtou, N. Y.,ou every bottle. , , ot one-dollat, CHLRCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Baptist Snraliiy School, a. ni. C B. Uillitfisit. Supcrinti nileiu I'ray. r Meeting W, aim silay 7 30 p. in. liaptlsl Aid Si li ly Society mi els Monday afn r Second Sunday, every mouth. Mrs. A. It. Skillinun. I'reatdaat nethodlst Church Uelicn, Superluteudeut. Hreaclilni: i cry Sunday at 11 a. rn. and 7 :!10 it. in. trunk Lewis cdiiesday. 7 ill p. I'aslor. I'r.iyi-- in, el Inn Kpwortli l.esi;ue. retfular service Sunday ui :4i p. in: liushus. ineetliiK Hrsi Tuesday Miss Maruurlte lllKlit each montli Muni, 1. ailns Mrs Aid Society rrisldcnl Monday each uiouili Mrs. I'orri st nails . htfoot. I'm slit, ii Ladies' Missionary Society ineeta Mcoiitl Sunday In e ei v inonil,. Mis imll lie i, i.e. President ( lion practice I rlday ii lil Jm, A. H. Murray. Illrecior. i . i kK Mel lio.llsl Sunday School. '.i:30a. in. lia I) PreKbyterlau Church I'rcsliylerlan Sunday School !i:4." a m. I'rea, limit Conrad Slppel, Supurlnteiideut every Third lunday, Uv. Adair. Minister. I'rsyar tui'etli a Tuesday, 7 :3l) P. m. Ladles' Alii Society atarta Wednesday after Third Sunday every uiontli. Mrs t'has. SniterHeUt, I'rualdeiit. Catholic Church Sunday of each month. Mass. Seruioo, in .1 Benediction. K.UOu. ui . other Ihree Sundays at 10 li a. m On week days Haas at 7:00 u. ui. Catechetical Instruction for thechlld-ra- u s ou Haturdays at s :su a. n... aud on at :J0 a. In slid 2:31) p. UI. i l $3.50 If Louisville Kvening Post and KreekenrideNews 5U. one year Hun-day- K The Breckenridge News .: Cloverport, ky. Ha ail baking Kuaranteed a succes you uaa Lewiaport BEST Flour. Kngravcd cards are moat tpproprl-at- a Christmas ifta for tutu Ordtr rom The Ncwa oflce. Q o irjchbaum Uotnes. 0 Correct Clothing for Men at Alexander's I WV A 1 U D 0 Have a Big Line of Suits Overcoats All measure. and Raincoats 0 to select from and they have a standard of style to suit all wool hand-mad- e high-cla- Suits from $10 to $20 ss You can have your clothes made to order hy Below cost I will sell several suits I tailors. Fit guaranteed. Let uptake your have in broken lots; these are good patterns. Special Prices shoe-meta- Ladies', Misses' and Children's Star Brand Shoes all solid leather: heavy work patent, vici kid. l, (iood ('alien per yard Brand Shoe- - are better for men, wo- Yard wide cotton Star OIU per yard men and children because they are solid leather, no substitutes for leather are used Hope bleached cotton per yard Ladies' Coat Suits in them. Nobby styles for youmz folks. Men's heavy fleece lined underwear, worth 60s at fashion-- : Black, Blue and Brown: Smart 8 bars Lennox prices fll C Cost Millinery Goes 01 v Soap $10 to In Long Coats Hoar Skin and Broad Cloth; all clever makes: price- - f.00 to color-- : T 4c 41c 2 Hominy cans I 1 I RP Tomotoos 0Jft Zwb 0 7c 39c 25c I cans Corn nr DC at fx.f meat 10c Best side lOn .2$ 0 Q See the bargains in White and Granite Ware on my 10c counter n fKllr ED. F. ALEXANDER, IQI " IH IOtZ ;TICZ- - iO asm Irvington, Ky. HOC o 0 NEWSY NOTES F ROM IRVINGTON Giving The Many Happenings In The Busy Little City In The Eastern Part Of The County HALLOWE'EN ENTERTAINMENT. Mis- - Alberta Drury, who has been visiting Miss Lula Nunnelly in Louisville, has retvirncl. and daughter, Mrs. LaKne Cox KatbarilM, ;.re guests of Mrs. Tom Ditto, in the city Mrs. Wiliie B. Hynes and children re from a pleasant visit turned Wedne-da- y 1 relatives in Owensboro. Mrs. Will Corby, of Louisville, was the KtlWl last week Oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCoy C. Brabandt, photographer, will be Have in Irvinuton Nov. 10 and 11 your photo made for Christmas. M:s. S. P, Park, after a several days visit to her father, Jas. Lewis, in Bran denburg, has returned home. Miss Lizzie Hilf, ol Parte, Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J no N'evitt, for ten days Miss Julia tlreenwood who has been visiting in Cloverport has retuined home Mrs Thomas Musselman and sor, Eiigene, were guests of Mr and Mrs. BogaM Wright in West Point for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris McUehee.of Long Branch visited F. EL MiGehee and family from Saturday until Monday. Mrs (). N. Lyddan and daughter, Nina, spent several days of last week in Louisville shopping Mrs. W. N. Holt spent la.st Thursday as the guest of aliss Lizzie Hall at her home near Webster. A successful Hallowe'en entertainment was given on Tuesday evening in the college hall by the three societies It was enjoyed by of the churches. The hall was appropriate100 people. and ly decorated with Jack various products of the forest. The refreshment table had Hallowe'en decoration:", and (lowers. Robert Crider and Johnie Johnston were in Louisville Saturday on a business trip. Miss Ada Stith is at her home in Bewleyville after several weeks spent in Louisville. Mi.-- s Fannie Hardawav left last week for Owensboro, where she is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Will Strother. On Saturday. November 11 at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Chas. Shepherd will commence a series of lectures on "What Baptists Believe". These lectures will be given evtrv second Saturday afterKvery noon at the Baptist church. ;s earnestly n quested to at member tend. Bring note book and pencil. Ben Stith, of Pasadena, Cat, is the uest of his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith a their home near Bewle;,-ville. HARDINSBliRG Miss Ida Dowel, of Garfield, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowell. Kev. Marvin Dyer will begin a series of revival services at Kirk next Sunday, the 12. On Monday, the second ilav there will be quarterly meeting at which Presiding elder, Hushing will THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 preach twice. Rev. Dyer closed a week's meeting at Kphesus Thursday night. An exhibition of creditably done work at the High School building Friday afternoon drew a goodly crowd of mothers and other friends of the school of mothers was work. An associ-itioformed which will hold monthly meetings. Mrs Kli.a Taylor was elected OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. An absolutely Safe Place to do Business. EXAMINED 3 per cent on Tune Deposits A APRIL 10-1- 2 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 Mr. and Mis. J no. daughter, Florence, About Hardware l'aint tliut are made for indoors and outdoor. If you me planninj; to makeover a bedroom ask us about paint. We can furnish you paint that hatinon-iA pink room is beautiful witli while wood work, dark red floor and the old furniture A liht blue painted white. chair gives the room a French lone i z White and Blue Kitchen the latent Shower for Brides iful line of We have a Kiiiimel Ware in blue and while I for the kite lien. fjur stork of Rooiati Wne I'Viue. Saddles and Blldles is up to dale. ( mill' in and talk over your house ropoiring and other plan with us. We 0M int reuse your ploOMUri and leduce your tost week for Hardisburg, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moirison and children, of Cloverport, spent the week the city with his parents, Mr. end and Mrs. Jac 'b Morrison. Mrs. Pidatia Galloway and little grand daughter, Lucile Galloway, have returned after a visit to relatives iu Louisville. Mr, anil Mrs Q, T. Marshall return ed Friday from Kansas City, Mo., wh'ie they have been visiting relative Miss Mary smith, of Guston, is with her sister Mrs. Newsom Gardner. Mrs. J. . Tilford. who has been the gttSMl ot her daughter, Mrs. Clarence iJeWease, in Fordsville, returned yesterday. Miss Katharine Wimp, of Brandenburg, is spending several days with her son, J. R. Wimp and Mrs Wimp. Miss Pauli le Nicholas ot Cloverport. after a week's visit to Miss Mary Cil-linwill return home today. Oa Thursday, Nov. z, the stock of dm gocds of C. S. Neafus was sold at public auction The stock of general merchandise was purchaseil by G () Bailey for 1400, Mr. Bailey is selling out at cost ami tne sale will continue throughout the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stith, of Kkron, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hook with their two charming daughters, Misses Ruby Haynes and Klizabcth, are in Ruby Haynes Louisville this week. will be operated on lor throat trouble today at St Joseph hospital by Dr. I'he.itum. assisted by Dr. L B Mori-meof this city. s, n, president. James Heeler, the fourteen months old child of Mr. and Mrs Hirry Norton, of Kane, M was buried here Thursday. Mrs. Norton, before marriage was Miss Louise Heeler, one of Hardins-burg- 's most popular girls. Much is expressed for the bereaved s of a beautiful and parents in their attractive child. Akers and little Misses Anne Lewis Whitworth and will leave next Ruth Kincheloe, were guests of Miss , syrr-pathy 1 Have You Read Irving Bachelor's New Book H 9DB Keeping Up With Lizzie It is a story about a Luxury Loving Girl who got everybody to wanting automooues ana everyining necause she had them. Everybody got in debt trying to keep up with Lizzie. But she changed to a new Lizzie. Turn your back on the old Lizzie in your town and keep out of debt by paying as you go. is our Drug Ar.ue Lee Bishop, of Louisville Saturday and Sunday Messrs. Russell Compton and Lind say Kincheloe were in Louisville Saturday and Sunday. Financially, socially, humorously, the tacky party given Fr day night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Heard, by the ladies of the Home Mission Society, was a great success. Costumes, ''ancient and olden" and cos tume modern and strangely comming led adorned maid and matron with strange transtorming effects. the program was in keeping with the occasion, every number calling forth peels of laughter. The ladies have undertaken to have a cistern put in the parsonage yard and the proceeds of this and future entertainments will be applied for this pur pose. Thos Yertrees Marriage licenses: and cora Williams, F.dgar Crews and annie Jolly, Lynn Bennett and Lona Kasey, Jim Carter and Anna Dough erty, James LeGrai'd and Mildred K. dams, David Lewis Roberts and Sarah D. Norton, Victor Dooley and Hannah Norton Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Miller, of Kd- dyville, have returned home after a ten days visit to relatives. Judge and Mrs- Milton Board went to Louisville last week, where they will spend the winter with their son, Dr. Miltou Hoard. It vou want to save money in tuning jewelry, call on T. C. Lewis, the old reliable jeweler. ''Bread baking MMMM ' guaranteed if ynu use the Lewisport BEST Flour. " Sold by J. H. Gardner. - i i Our Store thteZf& A Keep up With Us IRVINGTON PHARMACY, Irvington, Kentucky The Century In 1912 Henry T. Fiuk's paper in the Nov ember number of The Century on America" la to be followed by two others carrying further the discussion of this timely and important subject These later papers will be practical suggestions on multiplying the pleasures of the table anil the future of cooking and eating. Mr. Fink for many years has made a special study of gastronomic subjects. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hennell, etcher exand author of note, and perts on Whistler, will contribute to an early number of The Century a paper presenting a somewhat neglected phase of activity of the great American pointer. The illustrative material will be new to the public. well-know- Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is.two month's treatment and selc'om fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E W. Hall, 2U26 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by popular in New England. The custom, brwever. of having a festival io the fall of the year is as old as history itself. The first Thanksgiving observed in this country was in October 1U21, when the pilgrim fathers Katliered in the first crop. It lasted several days and the. Indians joined in the festival and contributed pirt of the game. The "pure food law" is designed by the Governnifnt to protect the nublic from injurious ingredients in both foods a d drugs. It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manu facturer. Kly's Cream Bulm, a success ful remedy for cold in the head, natal catarrh, hay fever, etc., containing no injurious drugs, meets fully the require, meutsof the new law, and that fact is prominently stated on every package It contains none of the injurious drugs whieh are required by the law to be mentioned on the label. Hence you can use it safely. Free Music Offer 150 NEW PAPER AT HORSE publishers CAVE BY MR. HANSBR0UGH connected Hansbrough, who has been the Laliue County . has gone to Horse Cave to devote his time on a newspaper for that county. Horse Cave cannot be too grateful tor her new editor. A newspaper is the mirror of a town and what it depends entirely on the man at Harry H wth Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use the Lewisport BKST Kloui Notice That resolutions of respect are published at 5 emit tier Hup. Please do not send obituaries to tin- News without expecting to pas for the publication V hi kind of matter. - the desk, favorite songs. The Truth are presenting free 1)0 old time favorite songs with words and music complete, songs that touch the ear and recall the tenderest mem ories. A copy of this book, neatly bound in paper cover, eontaining a verButterbeans Last Week. itable treasury of the world's favorite songs will be sent free, postpaid to everv person euding fifteen two cent Ja before the heavy frost last week amps for a three months' trial sub there were three bushels of beaoi st Kifth Avenue-Ne- gathered from the garden at Clover script ion to Truth, York. Heights, also the late corn was shocked and now the Saterfield family are enjoying greer. butterbeans and roasting Thanksgiving Nov. 30th. old time of Edmund Wroe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thos this city havi received the announcement of the arrival of their grand son at the home of Mr. and Mis. Edmund Wroe. of He ha been named Flcmingsburg for hi fattier. Wroe, of of living. MC6L0THLAN ll siiU Vat ot Ualiiilik. Wl'i buy uy kluds; .1 uuy auiouul: fur suiue. plsce sod Wanted! liuiu-r- . let-- Kkk. Tur- 'hli'k-ru- s L SON, Imngton, T S. H. DAVIS, i Hiraed, Kj. Tl e daj on which the turkey will sutFine Tobacco. ler this year will be the last day of November, for iiu that day falls Thanksgiving. It is less than forty yeHn ago since J. J. Keenan, of Mattingly, was io the uhaervance of Thanksgiving became town Saturday. IU said the tobacco general all over the t'uited States. crop, though mall, is fine this year Piioi to tbst time Us obser ance was and his amouoted to 10,000 pounds. i