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XXXVI FIT TO PRINT. 15, 1911 8 Pages CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER fo. 19 ONE NEGRO KILLED IN ROUND OF NEWS READY NOW WITH j SATURDAY NIGHT'S STORM e Several Thousands of Dollars Loss Caused In Blown Down County by Persons Injured. and Unroofed--Tw- o Breck-enridgWind--Hous- es SAMPLES With bright indications for the consummation of ;i sale for the M)000,00J pounds of tobacco pooled with the Green Kiver Tobacco Grower's Association hefore many day, it now looks as if the tobacco conditions in the Green Kiver district will be greatly clarified during the next few days. During the past few weeks the farm-- i ts, both those affiliated with the pool ti k organizations and the independent growers, have been resting in uneasiness for fear there would be no sale until after Christmas, but now it looks as if a tfrcat amount of the weed could be delivered hefore Christmas. The Home Warehouse Company and the Green li ver Society of Equity have samples of their crops on exhibition at the otllce of the two organizations, and they have been viewed by several prominent buyers, among whom was Thomas Gallaher, president of the ed. Gallaher, Iimitod Tobacco Company, J. C. Lewis, Les Walker, Louis one of the IftTfttt independent tobacco Daily Beard and Andrew Klder nists in this country. weie elected town trustees. Richard DavThere will be a meeting of the board is was elected Maistial. of control of the Green Kiver Tobacco Judge Ahl has moved fcom the Brick Growers' association at the associat Hotel to the Altred Heston property o ion's office, at which time the board will view the samples and fix the price l'iuisville street. Rev. M. P. Comptun is moving float to be asked for the year's pooled tobacGar fit Id into his 1es11le1.ee near the co. It is thought ihat the action of the board of control will be very con High School building. Entertains At Mattingly servative, and onlv a small raise will THE ORPHAN BABY Miss Ethel Woo), of Chicago, has be made over the prices received by the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brickey en- been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nmnie association for the pooled crop of I9IO, Sherman, for several days. and that the buyers will be ready to t he Honor Roll for the eighth grade Remember Him Thanksgiving. tertained a large number of friends and relatives to dinner Sunday, pupils for the second month has these make applications for the crop within a few hours after tne prices are named Got Any Old Clothes, An Ex- - Nov. 5, it being her 57 birthday. five names: Robert 9,2 6; HewAlready the samples are made up, A On r. flf Chr.no I, X r ui Ira UlUaA fin n ran vi onuco The invited guests were: Dr.Wru. itt Gibfon, 1(2.1; Samuel Kvans, id; and as soon as the prices are named, Howard, of Louisville, Mr. and Murray Hrown, ((0.7; Jerry l.ennon. !H). 'J. the buyers will be allowtd to examine To Pass On To The Needy? Miss Nell Cashman, ot !( trued, was the samples aud make applications for Mrs. James Perkins, Mr.and Mrs. the gaaot of Mrs. Gus Shellman Sttur-ilii- the crop pooled. Mr. Galiaher. it is Suppose you did not have a Mamma Walter Brickey, Mr. and Mrs. B. and Suuday. unders ood, will remain in Owensboro or a Papa? Just think if you were a F. Frank and daughter, Valeria, The High Bchool, including the and view the samples Tuesday, looklittle baby without e soul who could Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hambelton grades, has ordered 125 school song ing to buying the pooled crop. Owens give you a home, do you thiuk your ;a Aiauu. nr. and Mrs. books aud will hereaft r try to nitkc boro Messenger. Thanitsgiving "ay would be very more melodv la the opening exercises. jC. D. Hambelton. The Hoard of Control met at Owenshappy. "Bread baking success is guaranteed boro lasl Ifondaj anil fixed the price The Methodist Orphan's Home has if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour." tor leaf and Ittgl at $6 to. 10 trash at ft. written to Cloverport for an ottering Short hand Class. Sold by J. H. Gardner. boys and girls living there. for the the scene of the prettiest wedding of Matters not whether you are a MethodMiss Kalhi ne Moorman is teaching a tne year, when MissEduionia Orendorf ist or just a man with a heart send short-ban- d every Tuesday and BEAUTIFUL WEDDING Perrin became tne bride of Kev. Gary what you can to Nolte's store next jclfstf ' tell them to put it in the riday night. The members of the clasn Smith, of Bowie, Texas. The church week was handsomely decorated for the ocorphan's home box, A pair of shoes, a jre: Jas. Younger, Mai mn Denton, Jfi i. casion. Au archway of southern smilax dress, something to eat, anything to Jarhoe, Fred fierce and Paul Lewis. Of Miss Edmonia Orendorf Pet festooned with white tulle, formed a give life and comfort to the orphan, send Thoy have learned will the pupil s fi st rin And The Rev. Mr. Gary bower of greenery behind tne rostrum or take it to Nolte's. Cash contribu- lesson: "Love Your Teacher. " Smith Takes Place In Sher- decorations of palms aud trailmgferns tions are wanted and will be received by Mr. Nolte, C. W. Moorman. Mrs. J. Just preceding tho ceremony, Miss Pretty Birthday Party. man, Texas. sang most beautifully, "Thou D. Babbage and Mrs. Frank Fraize. Art Like Unto A Lovely Floweret, ' If you have your eye sight, your hearing and the other three senses, The following marriage notice may which seemed peculiarly appropriate Irvington, Ky., Nov. I4. (Special) sorely you are thankful and shall wil- An elaborate dinner was given Tuesday be of interest to readers of the News. to the dainty bride. To the sweet strains of Mondels-ohn'lingly express your gratitude bv making at twelve o'clock in honor of the birth- as the bride is a wedding march, so an offering to the needy children of our day of MiM Mary Nevitt by her parents, of Henry Hardin, the son of the famous skillfully played by Miss Flay Eagle atate. Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, assisted by Gen. Wm. Hardin, and the daughter ton, the bridal party entered. 'The four Mitt Lizzie Hill. Their lovely home at of Wm. Henry Perrin. the late Ken ushers led tho procession. They were: Miss Weatherholt Weds Basin Spring never had a happier occa- tucky Historian she is also the Brand- - A. A. Aldrich, of Crockett, Texas; T.M. sion. Twelve young women were guests daughter of Mr. Mary B. Orendorf, Gribble, of Waco; A. M. Gribble, of "Tmios Nina Weatherholt and Mr. Austin, and Perrin Clyce, of Sherman; Wm. Auspach, of Toledo, Ohio, were and each one presented Miss Nevitt with who was well known and much beloved all in full evening dross. The bride's in Owensboro yooterday. The a pretty gift. The table was beautiful in in Ureckenridge county. married On the evening of Thursday, October little tlowor girls came next, dressed bride f a popular young girl of Tobino-por- t its appointments, yellow and white groom is formerly of Homo, chrysanthemums being used iti the dec- tifth, 1911, the College Park Presbyte- In dainty lingerie frocks with pink and the orations. rian church at Sherman, Texas, was trimmings, and carrying dainty little lad. dower bodocked baskets. They were little Miss Alice Kooo, of Gainesville, and Miss Grace Kugleton, of Sherman. in Nov. 7, 1911 The brido's maids and groomsmen followed, entering bv opposite aisles. Clerk TJeas- - VuMta Couir. of. Court of Hallrimd kepre- GoverLieut. A",.'3,i Auditor Lu.j. and Mios Jennie Gribblo, of Austin, and Mr. nor urer Insi'elonlHtatlstri Appeals Uov'nor 82f omr. l.v. H. A. McCurdy, of Lockhart, came first. Mios Gribble was attired in an axuuisitc white marquisette over pink FKEOINOTS silk, with be: tin of Princess Louise 1 lace, aud pearl triuimingh. She carried an arm uouquet of La France roses and W 106 lttK 1U 107 106 107 106 107 06 101 106 (07 104 KIM 104 I OH 104 I0H 104 171 02 Hardluaburir No. 1 ferns tied with pink tullo. HO HH 161 160 HO ho 160 80 150 H7 IK 06 118 H7 160 H7 8. 160 32 irz 140 160 " .OK, 107 74 76 107 75 74 107 74 107 75 107 75 107 li s 74 107 75 107 75 107 7a 170 Miss Maude Gribble and Mr. Paul 116 100 114 100 114 100 114 100 114 100 114 4 100 114 100 114 100 114 100 111 100 113 IM 01' 71 72 71 71 511 00 71 50 50 5V 71 Donald followed. Miss Gribble's cost71 71 71 00 50 71 60 No. 50 Cloverport 7t B 77 HO Ml HI 76 Ml 70 77 70 71 70 77 70 T7 70 70 77 70 77 70 70 70 ume was of beautiful uiarijuisette over 137 136 138 III 138 133 C. 133 I'M 133 l.'ki 133 I'M 133 Ilk. 12.3 111 133 l.'ki III IN HO 18 NO HB 37 37 HO W 37 37 HO HO HO 37 11.11 37 37 Htl HH 07 37 H7 30 pink messalino, with trimming of cryslot II 107 115; 11(7 115 107 107 115 1 07 115 115 107 115 107 115 100 115 107 115 107 so iiiii nport II. IM 111 107 101 103 ltd 102 lOti 101 1Kb 101 ICO 102 108 101 100 101 100 102 108 luu 100 100 10.. tal fringe. She also carried La Franca Dion Star HMM HMlt8HH8H8aiHltt8HMS8HV8HMa0HH2rtHri2HH Mooley H roses. 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She OH 138 10H 135 135 108 136 135 I0H 108 135 McDa uli'U l8 135 108 135 108 136 10H 135 108 137 101 I3H ll.. 137 100 137 100 1ST 100 37 100 137 100 137 100 187 100 U7 100 I3 100 137 IOI carried an exquisite shower bouquet of Oleii in ,i mm W lJI n lM 3 3 k 130 03 130 03 130 03 ' Book vale white rosos and forno tied with pink 2032 IMUS01H 222k 3018 2223 8018 8221 2015 8881 2018 2080 2018 821k 2017 ,281k 2020 881k 1117 2810 3028 1317 Unm.l Tula' tulle. She, ao well ao tho bride's maids, 311 Major 111. a 207 21. 80S 808 801 801 802 190 102 is: wore a lovely little Egyptian cap of white net and iace, edged with tiny pink rooe buds. Stock Law in 4th District carried in every voting place. Majority for Stock 155 Little Elizabeth Clyco entorod neat, 1 ex-ut- s Jar-b.ie, I y While Cloverport has still got a shaw! wrapper around her and continue to snivel from the worst storm, reports of injuries, suffering and loss, amounting to at least three thousand dollars, are pouring in from all parts of the count. through here The storm pas-e- d Saturday at midnight. Had the warm spell that proceeded it lasted much longer vegatation would have been in full bud and Ash by's Nursery would have been ;e spring time. A. negro was killed on Hlanch ItcklettV place near Kkron. The use the negro was living in was olown down and his family was at the mercy of the storm. The baby was blown out in the yard and when Mr. Shacklett picked him up, he was asleep. George Brown's house at Kirk was blown down and Mrs. Brown suffered a broken arm. A wall blew in on the bed where she and the baby were lying, but only the Her arm mother was injured. One child had to be amputated. was blown in a straw stack near the house. Mr. Brown's house sen-son'- s Monarch's place. Several barns the neighborhood were blown down and off the foundation. At I lamed .las. McCoy's tobacco barn, Milt D.ivis'tobacco and feed barn were destroyed One horse belonging to Davis, was killed; two died Sunday night and another is expected to die from injuries. The tobacco and feed barn of Homer Alexander's WM blown clown. His house was blown off its foundation. The tobacco barn of Clint Davis' was blown off its foundation. Luther Brumgton's tobacco bain was blown over and all his fencing blown down. The barn on Charlie Beard's place, near We-- t View, was blown down and roof otr the dwelling. At Garfield Ike McGubbin's dwelling and barn were blown down. Gid Horsley's barn, filled with tobacco, was blown down und one of his horses killed. Mrs. Lillian Brunei 's arm was broken. Miner Compton's three barns filled with tobacco, were blown down and the tobacco was badly was on .1. K. John P. Haswell's Store Robbed Bright Prospects For Big Tobac Of Thirty Dollars- - Five Puco Deal At Owensboro Thos. pils On Honor Roll At GradGallaher Views Samples Of ed School. Home Warehouse And A. S.j -- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL in MANY NEWS PERSONALS Of E. Prof. Mill Mrs. R. Y. Loutsville S iturday . Kditor llroi-weut to Hodgetivlle Thursday to hear Pres. Tift and other notable!) at the exercises at the Lincoln home. S )tne one entered John P Haswell's store Monday night of last week and fobbed the cash drawer of $ltt in cash and of Home small checks making (he rabbet J amount to ?3. The robbery was cleverly executed an no due hs to the thief. Kobt. A. Smith is spending several days with Mr. mid Mrs. Orrin Hardin near Cloverport. Dr. Sutton, through the campaign just closed, was our most hopeful and enthusiastic Democrat. ICven his sanguine expectations could not reach great victory. The Dr. iilwavf said a majority of 18,0001 Though ten thousand short, he was decidedly the best political piophet our town contain- Maxey were in TWENTY MILLION POUNDS DEDICATION OF THE LINCOLN MEMORIAL AT HODGENSVILLE William Howard Taft, President of United States, Delivers Principal AddressTrue Story of the Rail Splitter is Retold Tributes Paid by Uncle Sam's Greatest Living Orators. Uadtr sombre clouds, which threat H j ned nil ilay to pour forth a heavy rain, a crowd, rather disappointing in numbers, witnessed yesterday, at the Lincoln Farm the formal dedication of the Lincoln Memorial Hall. The building is a very beautiful one of white granite erected on a knoll upon which once stood, the cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born It contains now the log cabin in which the ureat War President first saw the light of day. Hoilgenville was fayly decorated in flags ami bunting la honor of the occasion and many hundred vehicles of everv description were on hand to Carry tne people from the town to the Farm, mori than half of which failed to find pasenjers. The crowd, roughly estimated, did not exceed l,UU0 while 10,000 KTMtCd 1'resident Roosevelt when he was present at the corner stone laying. A beautifully decorated stand locaten near the Memorial Hall was the center of attraction from which the speeches were made. A platform of mounted police from Louisuille acted as especial escort for President Taft, together with Boy Scouts from Klizateth-tow- n and a company of Infantry. The principal speeenes were made by Joseph Folk, of Missouri, President of Lincoln Farm Amodfttlup, Gov A. B Willson, of Kentucky, President Taft, Senator Borah, of Idaho, and ex-Go- Geo. Black, of penn. President Taft read his speech from manuscript and it was very brief, but delivered in splendid voice so that every word was distinctly heard. President Taft was at no time, from when he left Klizabethtown until he returned, greeted any where with anything like an ovation and his speech was only applauded by those on the stand. was carried out to it had been planned without a hitch anywhere. The President's train reached Hodgensville shortly before twelve and left at three o'clock for Elizabethtown. Mr. Robt. T. Collier, ot Colliers WVekly, who bought the Lincoln Farm anil put on foot the Lincoln Farm Association, was a notable figure on the stand as was also Mr. Clarence Mackay, the eignty times millionaire of New York. Among the distinguished ex Confederates present were General Basil Duke, Gen. John B. Castlemau and Col. Stoddard lohnotOO. Mrs. Hardin Holm, a sister-in-laof Mr Lincoln and h. r two daughters were UBOn IM pi eminent people upon the stand. The programme the minutest detail just as w The crowd would have been much it been a pretty dor, bat the exercises and I he speeches could hrirdly have been more impressive. Klizaneth-tow- n Nooro Friday larger had ad proLdly bearing the wedding ring on a cushion of white satin and lace, made of tne bride's wedding gown. She was daintily attired in white and pink and wore a wreath of pink roses on her golden curls. Little Margaret Delaney, the bride's especial flower girl, next appeared, looking as pretty and dainty as a piece , of Dresden China. She scattered from her lovely basket, in tho rose-petals- "WAY DOWN EAST" Popular Show at Masonic Theater In Louisville Next Week For The Seventeenth Time. Begins Monday. For the seventeenth consecutive visit "Way Down Eufct" comes to the SHU lllvRT MASONIC theHtre Louisville for a week's eiixtigeiiieut, commencing Monday, Nov. 13th. This delightful play of life in New Pnglaud, is always hailed with delight by the Ijvers of the pure and wholesome drama. "Way Down Past" is a play of yesterday, todoy and always. It has hiiniau nature ami a fragrance that is refreshing in its very homliness. There is no play on the Amer'can stage today that has a firmer hold on the heartstriugB of loc al amusement seekers than has this offering from the pen of Lottie Blair Paiker, and year after year it goes through the country winning new admirers and retaining the admiration of those who have been its patrons since the first presentation of the piece. The prices for the engagement will b l.'.c to ft. Ou at night. Popular price matinees will be given on Weduesday snd Saturday, when the prices will be 25c and 50c (or the best seats. bride's pathway. The wedding party having cr o Tabulated Result of State Election Breckinridge County, Ill jllj j if 1 MM 1 -- 1 lil J j II j ijl 13.-- pi-i- 11 I J3 """ 1 bled at the altar aud formed icircle, with the officiating clergymen, the bride entered with her brother. Rev. T. O. Perrin, of Coleman, Texao, who gave her away. At the altar, thoy were met by the groom and his best man, Mr. Hamilton. The beautiful and impressive ceremony was conducted by of tho Dr. T. S. Clyco, brother bride, assisted by Rov. S.J. McMurray. pastor of the church. The bride, who is h beautiful and charming girl, never looked so lovely as on her wedding night. Her gown of exquisite white lace over white satin, with long court train, was exceedingly becoming. Her bridal veil was caught with a bandeau of orange blossoms, and fastened with her mother's diamond pin, which was her only ornament. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet of bride rooes and ferns, tied with whita ma line. Following tho ceremony, a reception was hold at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Clyce, where all their friends gathered to wish for the happy couple, a safs and prosperous voyage through life. Tho pink and white color scheme, used in the wedding, was seen in the recep tion decorations. Mioses Agnes Robert sou and Margaret Matties presided at the punch bowl. Tho bride's cake was cut, snd much merriment caused by the finding of the tokens. Upon leaving, the bride threw her bouquet from the stairway and It was caught by Miss Maude Gribble, whom fate ordains shall bo the next bride. The bride presented her uiaido with lovely bar pins, as a token of her love In-la- assema sem- Miss Herring of Ohio. Dear little notes in blue and wbito announcing the arrival ot Miss Dorothy Oougbliu Herriug at the home of Mr. and Mis. Fred Herruig, of Mansfield, Ohio, were received here last week. The re mother was Miss Allele Fisher aud her marriage visited ber aunt, Mro. Adele Hauibletou of this city. bo-fo- Professional Visitors. Attorney Hal Murray, Postmaster Sherman Hall, Judge Henry DeH. Moorman and Mr. Jell Hook cam machine Monday and appreciation. The bride and groom loft for a ern trip, after which tbey will homo in Bowie, Texas. Northbe at down in Mr. Hook's and speut the afternoon at Tax Springs. - V sSSS !2feS) S&S .ijft i1CaSe?iaiJI0SL..i Hunting Season Now On! We Have Guns, Amunition, Shells, Hunting Suits tor the good times WWWi i a M MM Winter is already here and we have every kind of heater to make your home comfortable House Warmers, Stoves, Ranges, Coal and Wood Healers, Drum Wood Heaters at $1.50 and $2.50 and up. Coal Stoves $3.50 and up Irvinirton Hardware and Implement Co. i' - - - lrvington, Ky. MATTIVGLY CURED TO STAY CURED Held over from last week. Citizens Can How Cloverport John L. Hawkins, of Louisville, who Find Complete Freedom From has been visiting relatives here, has returned home. Kidney Troubles. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stinnett, of West View, were guests of Mr. and If you suffer Irom btckache Mrs. C. L. Taul last week. From utitiHiy disorders 1'iom any disease of the kidneys, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matttnly. ot lie cured to stay cured. West View, visited his sister, Mrs. D inn's Kidney Pills make lasting Fladge Whitehouse, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Kverett Frank left last Sunday for Kvansville, their future home. News has been received here of the death of Mr. Davis of, West View. He was the father of Mrs. Sam Laslie. of McQuady. The protracted meeting is in progress at the Clover Creek Baptist church. Rev. Lashbrook, of Daviess county, is conducting the services. ECONOMY GAS LAMP! k. in. julli, lrvington, Ky. i Grateful people testify. Heir's one case of it: i. Mrs. Ja o' Snyder, Fourth St., Ind., says: "I suffered constant, ly from pain in my back and when my daughter learned of niv condition, she sent me a box of Doan's Kidney Pills. They were the first remedv that ever had any effect on my trouble. My hack was greatly strengthened through their use and the dull, nigging ,iain was disposed of. S:nce then I have always kept Rice, of Tar Fork, I)on's Kidney Pill in the house and Mrs. Elizabeth birthday have recommended them at every opcelebrated her eighty-sevent- h last Thursday. Nov. 2 She eutertained portunity. '' (Statement given April 17, a large number of friends and relatives 1W ) to a bountiful dinner. A LASTING EFFECT. Mrs. Vane I'a'e visited relatives in On March I4. I9I0, when Mrs. Snyder Tobinsport Mt week. whs interviewed, she said: "The stateMr. and Mrs. Ike Wells and B. F. ment I gave lor publication in lOT, rec- Frank went to Ilardinsburg ImI Tues- o DOMSdiag Doan's Kidney PilD still day. holds good. Kidney trouble has not Mr. and Mrs Lnnie Taul, of Kvans- bothered me since," ville, attended the funeral of his sister, Price JV For sale bv all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Mrs. Forrest Miller. Co., Buffalo, rents. Little Wavtrv, the four year old son New York sole agents for the I'r.ited of Mr and lira, Lollie K'eer.an, is seri- States. Remember the Dana Doan's and ously ill. take no other. Vane Pate h is returned from Louisville Mrs Forrest Miller, (nee Duncan") Notice died at her home at McQundv, October 29. it typhoid fever. She leaves a husThat resolutions of reaped tire She band and seven small children. published tit fi cents per line. was the daughter of Mrs Nat Taul, of Mattingly. Plouie do not send obituaries to Mrs. Sarah Frank, whehu been conUm Newt, without expecting to fined to her bed for the past three years, pay for the publication of th 8 left laal week for Mc(J i.ul v 10 visit her kind of matter. nephew, John Bates, She was acccm-panie- d bv her daughter-.- , Misses Annie and America. Fine New Potatoes. Dr. U'm. Howard has sold his house and land at Mattingly and has moved to Louisville to be with his daughter, Sim Keith has dug his second crop His many if Mrs. Cnarlie Howard. Irish potato-s- . They are fine and its pttroiis regret to give him up. They a treat to have new potatoes to eat in do think there is another doctor November The people around Clover-- p that can till his plui'e. rt have been favored this year with Bread baking is g u:i r. in teed a success ihe second c op of butter-beans- , corn Lewiaparl BEST Flour. if von and p tatoec. Cn-neltot1 n-- curt. 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 building. 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 price. The actual cost of each light is from per hour per light to lc per 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. CYou can see several styles in operation at McGlothlan & Son, lrvington, Ky. l-- 4c NOTICE. having claims against the Two States Hank, of Stephensport, Kentucky, are notiiied to present their claims, duly proven, as required by law, to the undersigned Assignee, at its p ace oi business in Hardinsburg, Kentucky, at any time during business hours, on or before the sixth da of All persons I A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak ar.tl lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder trouh les in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is.two Jecember. 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Of course It Is RAFTS OF GNAT EGGS. the bulls of gold to which we refer Not only may they be taken ns InTheir Floating Illustrates a Curious dications of wealth, but as a sign Property of Water. that pledges are received. But the .Many simple experiments show that balls do not Indicate what they renlly the surface of wnler possesses a prop are. They are the arms of the Medici erty which eituses It to resist the pas- family. Whoever has visited Florence sage of bodies either from above or be will recall the three balls alternated low. This is true not only of soapy with the red lilies Hut how comes It water, but of the and purest that the decorations of the Tuscan palwater as well. A sheet of tine gauze ace have found their way to London tends to tluat because, its weight be and elsewhere? ing widely distributed, ench of the nu 'I .ie explanation Is not difficult If we nierous separate wires Is resisted by give Ihe subject n moment's thought the surface tllm so that the water can- The first gold changers to settle in not readily pass through the meshes. London, as In Paris, were the FlorenInsects aud plants utilize this fact tines or Lombards. They chose Lomin many Interesting ways. Some bard street as the place where they water plants whose leaves float on would carry on their business. These the water have a very simple con perpetuated today by trlvniirp to keep the upper surfaces ot enrly settler are the bankers. In the early days the In the leaves dry. This consists of a among their number great uuuiliei' of miiiiile hairs covering habitants counted some of the Medici family, and to Inthe tops of the leaves. Water eauuol they exhibited penetrate unions these hairs even spire confidence which they had a their perfamily arms, to when Ihe leaves ale forced down be fect right. The family of Medici la exneat h t he surface. today, but their arms survive The little rafts of that gnats tinct set ufTout on the water are kept from them, the present users thinking the great to sinking and from being upset through respectability of the origin too be dispensed with. -- London Globe. this same principle. The tiny eggs have their points all upward, and they Louisville Evening Post are glued together so closely that, News and Breckenridge while there Is open space all around one year $3.50. the .omt of each egg, yet the width of these spaces Is so slight that water FIRST VISIT HOME cannot readily pass through. You may again aud again upset such an egg SINCE A BABY GIRL raft, but It will rit'hl Itself every time, and the upper sui la. w ill remain dry RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (Incorporated.) COMPANY --WE Wish to again announce to our customers and friends that we were examined on Oct. 27, 1911, by an examiner commissioned by the Secretary of State, and that he complimented us on our spleudid condition and conservative management. $3.50 FIRST STATE BANK, x lrvington, J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Salt River Bridge er-cc- Mrs. V. II. Ferry, of Durham, Any skin itching is a temper-teste- r. The more you scratch the worse it itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles, MtNM any skin itching. At all drug stores. Price 23c. SOc and fl.OO. SJimii'i hook on Honca, CattU, Hogi and Poultry MM huband and four ami vicinity. She went to Her father was Joel children. lrvington .Monday to visit her Jarrett who died u low years ago. brothers, James and George Jar-ret- This is her lirst visit home since Farm Posted She was born in this county she left. near Clifton Mills, and left when 1 forbid hunting, killing game, a child of 5 years, her mother and BreckenridgeajNews trapping or trespassing on my passed away at that age. She t. N.C, is visiting Allie Whitworth and other relatives at Stephens-por- t prosperous um tier. Addrn CARL S. SLOAN. BOSTON. MASS. m farm through day or night on and made her home with friends near after this date November 15. Howling Green and married at Chas. Tinius, Holt, Ky. the age of sixteen. She has a $3.50 f The West Point bridge it being at a rapid rate. The pier on the Hardin county aide of Salt rivtr has been completed and the construction company it now erecting the pier on the Jefferson county side of the river. The completion of the bridge and the one vear $3.50. reconstruction of the old L. & N. pike ( lUeaa baking is guaranteed a success will puth Hardin county to the ''fore- emk you use Lewiaport BEST Flour. Mown Mirror. hunt . 1 m ROSENBLATT'S IS NOW SALEIRVINGTON, KY. ON AX If you want Bargains call on him. This sale will positively close 1911 (etteo ESS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, As a result of the education movement and a vigorous campaign aga'n.s: tramps, the number of persons killed while trespassing on the Pennsylvania Railroad's property in violation of the law, has been gradually reduced from 887 in 19(5 to 58." in I9IO, and the num ber of injured has fallen from 7DI to 582 in the same time. To put these figures in another way; in I9O) the railroad was killing trespassers at the rate of three a day for live months of the year, and two a day for the remain ing seven months, while in I9IO the number sacrificed had decreased to two a day for seven months and one a day for the other five. Railroads are per Fatalities to Trespassers on American Railroads The number of lives lost in wars today, with fighting continually going on in some corner of the world, is nothing as compared with the annual record of fatalities due to trespassing on Amer lean railroads. Ignorance or carelessness on the part of the trespasser is responsible for most of this. The rail- ' roads are bending every effort to cut down the awful toll of death by posting igns and maintaining police patrol, they will never be completely sucof the cessful without the general public. Every densely populated industrial center near a railroad is a death center The working classes in crowded dis tricts, and tramps, furnish the majority of victims, Railroads sav people must be taught to have more resptct for their lives and safety. With education of this kind in view, the Pennsylvania Railroad is preparing pamphlets in eight or nine languages. These will be distributed in schools with instructions to the pupils to take them into their homes. The Board of Education of the State of Pennsylvania has promised its aid. The assistance of clergymen has been solicited, and from hundreds of pulpits the danger of trespassing has been preached. From the good roads trains run through rural districts, and in the fanners' granges the warning has been sounded. 'ut haps the greatest sufferers from the tramp evil, and they are willing to do all in their power to stamp it out, but this cannot be accomplished until the citizen realizes the seriousness ot the matter and takes his part in the campaign. I'util this country follows the lead of Europe in the matter of legislation to check vagrancy there :an be ro satisfactory cure for the evil, but if the small communities would punish offenders, instead of passing them along, it would be greatly ameliorated. By doiug this, and by aiding ithe railroads in their campaign tu educate the public against trespassing, more loss of life vlll be averted than by establishing world peace. - Vi, 1010, allowed 150 00 PROCEEDINGS (Continued from last week) Mrs. Rosane llibbs, Gus Shell man trustee, allowance $3.00 a month, twelve months, Furrow, Gus Shellman Joe The accounts for drugs furnished paupers by Kincheloe Pharmacy allowed Salary due Dr. J E Kincheloe as county physician for service rendered since Oct. 1, 1010, to Oct. 1, 1911. 00 Service to paupers in poor $1 00 house 4.Service to paupers in jail 5 00 Service to paupers out in 1 -) 71 05 :i6 16 trustee, Mollie Bland, Gus Shellman trustee, allowed $3.00 a month, twelve months n Mrs Margaret Hale, Gus trustee, allowance $1 a month, ten months Carolina Brackstoo, Gus temporary Mrs Addie Stinnett, Gus Shell-matemporary Shell-ma- 36 00 county W 5" :9 5 Account of Dr William Milner fur medicines and medical atten40 00 tion rendered Emline Noble alShell-maHH lowed 2 50 The account of B. F. Beard & Co. for mdse. furnished paupers 6 00 allowed ft II Dock Horsley, Gus Shellman The snm of $100 payable out of 3 00 temporary the 1W11 levy is allowed C. M. Malissa Douglas, Gus Shellman Heston as Poor house Commis100 00 i 50 sioner for one year temporary, e Claim of A W Wheeler Forrest Gray, Gus Shellman, 50 keeper allowed (itemized) 538 5O temporary Brown, Milt Brown Claim of George Royalty allowPraizer trustee, allowance 3 a month, ed for making Assessors books for 45 00 1011 taxes 75 00 fifteen months , The following shows the names of The following claims Bradley deceased and persons furnishing coffin Gilbert Co. allowed 1 Bond book $11 00 for each. 1 County Coffin furnished by B F Beard & Co. court docket $13 50 1 County court docket for Iva Hardin's wife. Us 00 1 Marriage 12 00 bond book Coffin furnished Ernest Eskridge for 11 00 1 Medical register Eli Davidson, 91 Rolls paper for adding Pauper claim of Gus Shellman 6 58 machine for mdse. by W. A. Wheeler al Freight express & 5 20 lowed 93 U an Pauper claim of Gus Shellman 60 for mdse. by Lum Davis allowed Claim of Leader Publishing Co. allowed for printing Ac (ueniiz-d- ) f he account of C C Davis poor 173 40 house keeper from Oct 1 to Dec. poor-hous- Claim of Breckenridge News al51 H4 lowed for printing (itemized) Claim of W Hall, jailer allow20!) 85 ed (itemized) On motion of B A Whittinghill, seconded by D. J. Quiggins, W. R. Moorman, Jr., live stock inspector for Breckinridge County is allowed a credit of $200 00 on his claim for service rendered The reason for making this allowance is that W R Moorman, Jr. , is absent and has not filled his claim, and more than this amount is due. Moved by B A Whittinghill, seconded bv Sam Dix that Allen R Kincheloe in connection with H M Beard, clerk, be and they are hereby appointed Commissioners to settle with Sheriff for taxes for 1911 On motion of Squire Dix, seconded by Squire Harris, whien motion carried, it was ordered that Dennie Sheeran, Sheriff of Breckinridge county, be ready to settle in full all his accounts with Breckenridge county Including school tax and railroad tax district tax at the regular April term of this court I9I?. Moved by Squire Harris, seconded by Squire Wright, that the salary of Road and Bridge Commissioner for Breckinridge county be $400 00 per year payable quarterly, which motion carried unanimously. On motion of Squire Harris, seconded by Squire Wright, it is ordered and directed bv the court that the members of the Fiscal couit be allowed their per diem and expenses for atrip to view the proposed sites of bridges at Town and Bull creek, which claims are as follows: $ 3 0) Squire G. N Harris, one day .'i 00 Expenses same day 3 00 G A Wright, one day Squire Expenses same day 3H Spuire B A Whittinghill, one day 3 00 .'1 00 Expenses same day 3 00 Squire Sam Dix, one day Expense same dav J 00 Squire D. J. tjuiggins, one day 3 00 Expense same day 3 (0 3 00 day Squire J no Akers, one 3 00 Exrense same dav Claim J K Eskridge, for otlice :i6 00 rent allowed Came Judge William Ahl, Commissioner and receiver for Breckinridge county and tendered his resignation in open court, in view of the fact that he is a candidate for Representative, and the court being sufficiently advised on motion B A Whittinghill secouded bv D. J. Quiggins, Jesse R Eskridge and Allen R. Kinchf loe are appointed as a committee to examine the accounts of Judge Ahl, and check up same, and it is hereby ordered and directed that his resignation be and it is accepted to take efiect Oct. U, 1011. And he is further ordered and directed to turn over to his successor, to be chosen by this court, all money that may be in his hands upon the date his resignaticn becomes effective and he will also turn over to his successor a list of all bonds due by the county and any other and all papers necessary to a complete understanding of the affairs of the county, and it is further ordered that he be and is allowed the sum i f 68 33 amount of salary due him to Oct. .'II, to be paid out of the levy of lyl I, and upon the vote being put all of said order is adopted and made the order of this court. Judge William Ahl having resigned as commissioner and receiver of Breckenridge county, to take effect Oct. 31, Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . ... .Shorthand Bookkeeping, tit in. '! .. Civil Berrien. alt Illation. penmanship, .Commercial Geography. . Rapid ...Commercial law. . . . . . ...Readw ... . . . . Arithaietic, Spelling, Grammar, . . , Raaklag, Commerce, Punrtaatioa. .Use of A (Mi on Machlao and oilier office devicea, . Name Add reai Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." on motion of O, A. Wright, 1). by B. A. Whittinghill, 11. Bhellman was placed in nomination to fill the enexpired term of Judge Ahl, his term of office to begin Oct. )1, 191 nsd conditioned upon his entering into good anil Sufficient bond for the faithful discharge, said bond to be approved by Judge L. L. WagKOiier, Judge of the county court, and the vote being put an said nomination and this above order was unanimously carried, and is made the order ot this court. Court adjoiirned until nine o'ch ck Thursday morning. At a Fiscal court continued and held in and for Breckenridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg, Ky., on Oct. ). tall. Present Hon. L L Waggoner, Judge with the following named justices of the Peace to wit: G. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, D. J. Quiggins and B. A. Whit1:111, sec-one- d E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensb oro, Ky. Slaughter Sale! Dry Goods, We bought Shoes and Fancy Groceries loss the stock of C. S. Nctfui at hull' price. thaa We are Closing it out Way Below Wholesale Prices. Stundunl HnuioN of $8.60 and 4.00 Shoe at 1.5U to () her goods at great reduction. once. Block tinghill. On motion at G. A Wright, seconded by B. A. Whittinghill, it is hereby ordered that W. J Hall, jailer, is authorized and directed to erect a woven wire fence around the jail yard and also to grade the yard. He is authorized to use the countv teams and tools for work, and he will superintend said work, and a sum not to exceed fsMK) is hereby appropriated payable out of the levy ot 1911, for said work to be paid by the shenif upon the order of said W J Hall and the vote on said motion having carried, it is made the order of this court. On motion of G. N. Harris, seconded bv G. A. Wright, L L Waggoner is authorized and directed to have floors laid in the offices of County Judge and Circuit Clerk. He will have the floors laid of first class pine flooring, and he will superin tend the work and a sura sufficient to pay for said work is hereby appropriated payable out of the I9II levy on the order ot said L L Waggocer and said motion having carried is made the order of this vourt. On motion of G N Harris, seconded by B A Whittinghill, which motion $2.25 tome Ht If you inii-- VMM bftrgteilM -- t lie old. G. At I 0. BAILEY iRtiainmy vv iiiiimui VII, ni Shower For Miss Alberta Drury At Irvington. Q I nu.c Qlnro carried, the salary of the County Live Stock Inspector is fixed at the sum of per annum effective from this date. G A Wright, I days, at 1 M per GN $ S "0 day Miss Willa J. Drury will be hostess Harris, 3 .lays, at f.1 00 per this afternoon of a mi: cellaneous showday 9W er given in honor of Miss Alberta Sam Dix, a days, at 13 00 per 6 00 Drury, one of the full brides. day Dan Quiggins, 3 days, at f 00 "1 do not believe there is any other 00 per day medicine so good for whooping cough B. A. Whittinghill, 3 days at $.'( 00 Cough Remedy,'1 I 00 as Chamberlain's per day writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction Court adjourned. City, Ore. This remedy is also unsurpassed for colds and croup. For tain Now. by all dealer. Subscribe Right THE BRECkbNRIDGE NEWS, JNO. U. rUBBAOl SON.V I'lBLISHING CO. Issued Every Wednesday. We have boys, young men and young women here, who should bo encouraged to take an interest in the affairs of their town. I'rged that they study the charter and ordinances of Cloverport and know something of the place they call home. citizens. Ask the Coca-Col- man at Owens-- 1 boro why a EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT. KY . WEDNE8DAY, NOV 15 1911 Subscription Price $1.00 a year in advance. crnt per line, and 5 cent for each adBl'SlNKSS LOCALS ditional insertion. CARDS Of THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cent per line. ()BITlKIKS hnrped for at the rate of 5 cents per line, money :n advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct plcn-- e otify us. 1 Do you read the adverticments every week Get the habit. Each one contains a message oi interest sometimes real news item. a suggestion or an idea that will add much to your pleasure, conven cure and welf are. Notice the bank ads. Head them regularly and before ou know it, you will lie saving money. Read the jewelers' and merchants' ads. and get happy thoughts for Christmas. All of the advertisements in The Ibeckenridge News are. reliable and true stories of what they sell. Now, if all good Democrats and Republican will go after the bad roads and the stumps in Hreckenridge, we will be on the road to prosperity and a greater Kentucky. Stephensporv is almost redeemed. Isn't that a mighty come down from 7." Republican majority to K ( Next time we will wipe the log cabin clear out. We take pleasure in calling attention to the second installment of our new serial, "Adventure", the latest and greatest novel by Jack London. Sell 2 Glasses of Coca-Col- a for 5c jrreat victory! And every Democrat in Hreckenridire is proud of it. It show s where Kentucky and Democracy stand when the right men are put up. Men without taint of character and of known This paper predicted M soon as the ticket was named that integrity. would he elected bj 80,000 majority. When you get a good ticket it and a united Democracy. Kentucky wdl always be found in tbl Democratic column. Now let us do what wc have promised to do carry out the ultdfM of the platform. As th- LtltngtM Leader ays: "With justice must every interest be treated. whether corporate or individual. Evory qoaotion matt bo decided, by those elected to executive offlCM and bv those elected to legislative offices. with an eye By their performances in olliee. not by their single to the people. majorities in the contest for ollice. will the successful candidates be judged. To them is confided the future of Kentucky and upon them s the heavv obligation, a- - to them is given the glorious opportunity, to serve Kentucky, which has given them commissions as trusted ofhYials and expects and demands that they be faithful servants.''' A -- HOT CHILE One 10c bowl is equal to a square meal and will keep you hot all day. Now cut it out Don't nay "I want sausage", say "I want chile". Urey Woodson's broadside on O'Rear and McCulloch at Paducah That was the most startling event of the whole cam paign. did the work. You can't sell farm lands covered with stumps no more than you can with a bad road leading to it. Put all your gatden tools in out of the weather and your farm implement, too. Next spring you will know where to find them. What about those stumps on put them out of the way. FRESH CANDY made every day at Brown's Natl picked out for home-nmd- e candies -- almonds and pecans 60 Cents a pound Headquarters for all kinds of Fruits. Oysters Served all the Time I your farm t A little dynamite will The am yours for clean service re-t- Going to have a stump demonstration in this county soon. slumps must go. Oh, my I in S. J. BROWN Proprietor lave you ever visited a print shop I Have you ever wondered how a newspaper is made opl To us, it is the most interesting art in the world. You know it takes billion grains of wheat to make a barrel of Hour and t:ikes a billion pieces of type to set up I newsI Won't Judge Ahl be lonesome with all those Frankfort? Lewi-spor- Corn is selling at t at 51 cents per bushel from wagons. paper. a dozen since Kentucky went Democratic. Eggs 2b to 80 Some papert are set bv machines, either a linotype, monotype or a simplex. The first machine sets a line and if a mistake is made then Edwin .lolly has rented his farm and moved to Irvington. the whole line must be reset. The second machine sets each type separately and in CUM of a mistake. just the letter or word is changed. The Hreckcnridge News is set wholly by hand. We are telling these facts to create among our readers an UnderI. II 11. K STOKIKS W1UTTKN standing of the work of getting out the paper. Each letter is picked up separately and set in a stick if it is the right letter it saves much time and annoyance. BT LOUISE So. whenever you write an article, especially one of two hundred winds, try to write as plainly as you can. Let your letters stand for your character, plain and frank, then those who edit it and prepare "I want to ask you aboui the little there is one thing Daddia always with and that is a box of matches. widows of India," iaM Mis. relieved of a great deal of worry. it for publication are oaf While The Press Thunders tcono-mize- s The Cloverport voters, last Tuesday, by their ballot, named six men to serve the town in the'eapacit v of councilmen and Attorney V. G. Babbage as Police .ludre. The new oflears, though some are old in service to the town, are representative citizens. They are hard working men. Bamey Squire makes the flour for our bread, Sam Conrad sella stoves to keep us warm. Curt Weatherholt keeps us supplied with Groceries, Henry Yeager, W. V. Perkins and Kd. White-beaare active in business and never spend an idle minute. They will make us good otticia Is. The duties they have before them to ones, but it is believed by their friends perform are not all plea-arecord will be honest and unbiased for the citizenship as a their whole. d nt Cloverport is a tow n that desrrves perfect government. can boast of better blood, better intellect and more No town Smith to Miss Rogers after she had fin ished bei charming talk on missions at the home of Mrs. Chas. A. Tanr.er Thursday afternoon. Miss Risers said beiiik' better cared for that tlu-- wt-rvear. There are no old maids in evoiv India for as soon as a baby girl beCOUlM one ear old, she is engaged to a man selected bv her father. At the age of twelve she is married to him whether she loves him or not. If her family dies and his family does not like her, she is c ist out in the street with the slums. Tasra are th msands and thousands of little widows in India. The missiouai ies are looking after them and one has iv-a home to "2000. en He always has two large Standard Oil lamps burning every evening to read by. He lets those lamps burn the night long so when early morning comes he already has a light and saves a match.'' ooo n:"- "- !1 i i right-thinki- ng 4ssl- 454k:4f4K - afc." Offc 4S4tfcT 44k 3 Sg' K Come to Louisville at I I Our Expense I ft Miss Kogeis said her heart is iu ludia and well she would like to return to the field, but she has given her work to the younger people. On the train Thuisitay $ Purchase a round trip ticket from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales hecks, which are given you with each purchase, to the Credit Desk (Southend of the building) tret floor. 5 per cent will be refunded on the total amount of your purchases up to the amount of your railroad fare. ( I evening on her way to Louisville, Miss weep at the Rogers said: "Sometimes indifference I see to Christianity here, when they are crying for it iu heathen nations. The reason ol tne liminereiice of the people, is here of three-fourtbecause the other fourth is not doing their best. Their missionary meetings are perfect bores. They have no euthu-siasmethods in their soor ciety. They sl ould adopt club methods and h; ve short, sweet attractive ser 1 vices." She is a member of the Presbyterian Hoard ol New York. She is an elegant woman. She has worked, traveled, and tart led The six years she spent in India gave her inspiration and experience for the great work she returned to do in her home country. Her informal mis sionary address was mostly about Hie post jubilee campaign that is going on in the t'uited states now, following the Golden Jubilee tourists, who were iu Louisville last February. Al Miss Rogers is broad-mindethough she is a devout Presbyterian she delights in the work ot all kinds iu oth er churches. "No matter, what channel your mission work or your mission money goes through, it will be blessed if it is accompanied by love and unselfish nessaud guidance of our sweet Saviour," was one of the thoughts sbe left iu Cloverport. ooo take our work to meetings during the week. Be ail we could listen just as well while we aie sewing," remarked a woman earnestly. A vast amount of time is wasted by conventionality and company manners. To drop your sewing when anyone comes in, as social etiquette demands, keeps back a lot of stitches. s iUauy aie greatly interrupted often by friends who have nothing to do, but to come iuand sit awhile, liven business men are fie(uently set back by loafers. You never know what the house-keepor merchant has to do, even if they ask you to stay louger. Some women abhor the fashionable call, but really, it is the most sensible and wisest kind to make. When a woman makes a fashionable call, just a few minutes stay, she is dressed up, she discusses only the most pleasant sub jects and her visit is like a refreshing spriiig shower. But the habit of drop ping iu for an hour or so gives a woman the chance to discuss everything from the church carpet to scandal about her own neighbors, besides wasting precious time. church house-keeperer "I wish we could lot THAT5 ARITHMETIC Results of Systematic Saving With interest compounded semi-annual- ly tmSL Ho ''v,"ls 24? ai y'ur" "iuTty 511132 5 v,'iirb 047 Yam 11S4 M Yan 53 42 til fii iA il 15 tlu 17 T2.it aiT'iu ail Ml -- ilia IHB 714 ;h Ml 42 3 35 4H 340 54 371 34 "IS Kti7 " , it iiu"'"" i.O 25 aim 13 420 Hrt 445 5M jiisj7 53 or, 77? 27 5 (NM IB '.17 53 luati at 101 05 1115 ir TStsjjjP taoi mm iara 1410" 15111 11127 iS" MR 67 Of TV "i73 42 IK44 1053 2001 is io '.Kin l" 30 117 1810 03 MM M 20W 01 223u ii" "2378 8 251H 04 74 i;o 416 17 til 03 "ism oo 1205 aSfT- i""27W4 34IH 4 1020 73 1275 Ki ll" 4n 25 31170 50 2713 OH Deposit with us only ten dollars a month and you can send your boy your DUTY. This is easy MONEY. REGULARLY for ten years off to for school when he gets old enough. This is you TO DO. YOU'LL NEVER MISS THE o oo Refund made only in cash, and at time of purchase. Refund cannot be credited at the time of settlement of account. Special Notice io Charge Customers: Do Your Holiday and Christmas Shopping Early in 1 man Not long ago a passed through Cloverpoit and pointed to the river. "You can tell that man is a millionaire by the way he points," Sold Allen Pierce. "He uses all his fiugeis and a country Jake just points with one." well-dressed Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 Surplus $20,000 w x, Resources $320,000 th rank n hihii insr iihi; ..o..w...ww..w tr kt iiiuui rn uw., ,, u.nti.rh,,,!. nsiuiii9uui& v. Hi. m By our liberal rebate plan above or our mail order department. I I Youi orders will be rilled just as satisfactorily as if you were shopping in person. writing I 0 David C.ihsou, an editor of Cleveland, Ohio, says whenever he sees u piece ot good work, he looks up the work-ma- n to compliment him. If he reads a good article, he writes the author aud tells him that he likes it. H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky Our Holiday and Christmas Stocks are Now Complete Showing the Greatest Variety in the History of This "Kvery time I go to see mother want to take her something if it is only a cake of butter," said Mrs. Tony Nich1 office T A OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PHARHACY Store in all Attractive New Novelties and Standard Articles for Gifts for Every Occasion. 61 ben-Write - departments of this store cover such a variety that all your Christmas and Holiday shopping can be done today for anything you may need. The Stewart Dry Goods Co., Louisville, Incurporittvd Ky. The daughters of Mr. P. D. Piank, Muster Mechanic of the Henderson Route shops, tell some funny stories about their father's spells of economy. "Daddle has extravagant times aud economical ones. One day, 1 icuitmbei, be declared not to get a new suit for that season and that very night he came home from Louisville wearing a di auioud stud and a diainoiid ring. "Then hi oldest daughter added quickl, "But olas as sbe was lesviug Kiiday for Haw esville. Her basket was large ami tilled to the top. Io it, besides many other good things to eat, were fresh tomatoes Mr. Nicholas from her home garden. covers the tomatoes over with straw aud then before a freeze comes they cut the tomatoes off the vine, wrapiu paper aud can keep them until Christmas. keys, OtM'xe, Chlck-eu- s and Kur ot all km. is, also KabblL Will buy any on! any amount; cash for same S. H. DAVIS, Named. Ky. Wanted! Ilutur. Kkb. Tur Female BIRD DOG. Is white with black spots on head and body. Last seen Nov. 5th STRAYED! Bring to News office and Receive Reward A Reliable Remedy CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It quickly abtnrbfd. ivtt Relief l One. It clf'MIl' MiWilll.", h'al anil protect! the (MMWra hraii'' resulting frmn Miss Beatrice HoCfW ken and Chad wick McCracken spent Saturday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson have been visiting Mb Belle Lay in Steph m ensport. Misses Eva and Edith Plank ate visiting Miss Jennie Mabel Han is in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Laslie went to West l'oitit this week to visit his couiio, Will Laslie. Mrs J. B. Randall returned homo Tuesday nignt Irom an extended visit It New York. Mrs. Robert Pierce visited Mr. ami Mrs. Wa lace Pierce at "Linda VfeU1 , Indiana, Minday. .iilt Barney Bolder is staying at the hunic ot hia Mill, Chas. Bohler, aiai is improving in health. Miss Eula Roberts, teacher at Mc- Gavock's, went to Sample Saturday to see her sister, who is ill. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith went to Eliza bethtown Monday with her sister, Miss Carr, to spend Thanksgiving. Mrs. Fred Hawkins, of Stephensport, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mis. Nathanial Tucker, last week. Mrs. Charies Moorman, ot Versailles, arrived Monday night to visit her par H. Bowmer. ents, Mr. anil Mrs. Dr. Finest McDonald was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Mattingly antl laylor Dowell in Irvington Thursday. Mrs. Sallie Moorman has returntd home from Olmstead, where ahe was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Miller. Webb Taylor went lo Hawesville Thursday to attend the funeral of his Mrs. A. Taylor, who died in Moliue, 111. Win. O'Connell, of Louisville, who has been spending several weeks here with his uncle, John O'Connell, returned home Monday. '1 he Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis heard President Taft speak at the dedication of Memorial Hall on the Lincoln farm near Hodgenville. John D. Babbage, Jr., representing Lanston Monotype Company, left yesterday for Philadelphia after spending a few days at home. Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner will entertain the Ladies Reading Club tomorrow Last week Mrs. F'rank afternoon. Fraize was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Seaman, of Paducah, take their meals at the Clovtrport Hotel anil room at Mrs. Gear's residence. He has a position at the shops. Ernest C. Babbage, who travels for the Hackaday Paint Company, ot Witicha, Kansas, was in Durant, 1. T.. last week. He writes that all tne former Cloverport people there nre well and prosperous. "Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BKST Flour. . step-mothe- r, jW but-- . WP TTLf Mh i Catarrh mill ilrivfi away a Oolil in tlm iiend iiuiikiv. store UM hOM of Tast- - anil BsmII. Pull r." "" cf.M. nt Dttiij- iata or lv mail. I:i liquid form, 7r i 1N. ly Brotln iM, 5t! Warren Mrcet, New V rk. , uav I t til llH I rrurQ it FAMOUS BLACK CAT HOSIERY T 1 HA 11 VP THP I ML, 15e Brecken ridge New. WEDNESDAY. An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a necessity in the (all and spring, when it is too warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without heat. In the midst of winter it is often convenient as an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners as the enamel will not tamish or bum off. It is not an " enamel paint," but it is the same as the enamel of your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient portable heating flame spreader prevents device you can find. An automatically-lockin- g turning the wick high enough to smoke. For Boys and Girls We have the medium and heavy kind that stand wear NV. 15, 1911 FOR FOREIGN THIS PAPER REPRESENTED ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES 4TE FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Tor For For f 2 50 Precinct and city Office i.00 County Offices $ 15 .00 and District Offices State !0 Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line.. For All Publications in the interest o individuals or expression lb r.f individual views ner line in a house. The enameled heater always presents a nice appearance, You'll Need Them, Get Them Now RFJECTIO DmIt evrrywher. Aik ymtri to ahow you the Perfection Hetter enameled ; or write for descriptive circular to any agency of J. A C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) g LOCAL BREVITIES Virginia Hill was in Evansville last week. Vivian Pierce was home from Irvine-to- n MftN J BIG Will FOOT-BA- LL GAME Saturday At 1 1 W 3l r t s . .For Sale - I 1 C. W B0HI I R MARION WFATIIIHIIOI I .1 W PATF Be Played Hardinsburg Breckenridge Sunday. Beavin Tucker was home from Owe o County High School To Play Louisville Manual. ALE- A if horse power Foit IEngine; Watklne sonde, 10stationery Rood Rreckenrtdite sews. Cloverport, Ky, For Sale Sunday. Mrs. H. Behen has been visiting in 3 . Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Hawesville. Mrs. Tony Nicholas spent Friday in Hawesville. Judge V. G. Babbage went to Louisville Tuesday. Edward Morrison was here from yesterday. Order subscriptions to The Brtcken-ridtf- e News for Christmas. Mrs. John A. Barry, who has been ill, is improving. Mrs. Wickliffe Moorman was in Lou- isville last week. Mrs. Sallie Bennett, of Stephensport, was here last week. Mrs. Larkin Gibson came Thursday Irv-ingto- kinds Heeds. FOB IA LK- - blanks. Mortgagee and allNew, Hieekenrldpe leftal Cloverpon Ky. A great deal of enthusiasm is being stirred up over the foot ball game to Scholarship For Sale be played at Hardinsburg Saturday I. K Scholarship la the Bowling when the Breckenridge County High FOR sa Cntrerslt. eond In an d an Foot Ball team will play the stent of thai University. Rreekenrtoire News. School Cloverport. Ky Manual Training School ot Louisville. ' Hunting Party Leaves. La! night Ik annual bulling parly For Sale s 15 - Cattle Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. Head of Cattle, Beauchatnp i.k COR Barton, Mystic, Ky night tron Hardioabarg. Miss Labi Severs will entertain the Girls' Club this afternoon. Gillie DoWI1 returned to Irvington last week from l'eoria, III. Carl Balis, of Athens, Ohio, was the guest of frieuiis last week. Mis-Fronnie Dean was in Hawesville and Owensboro last week. Miss Jean Burn was hostess to the 'Younger Set" Friday afternoon. Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Hoffious and son, Elmer, spent Sunday in Evansville. Misses Cleona and Stella Weather holt have returned from Louisville. Beautiful beavers for little children at Mrs. Cordrey's. Miss Georgia White entertained the Methodist Chain Wednesday afternoon Chas. Jasper, ot Addison, has gone to New Albany, Ind., to spend the winter. Garvin Smith and G. K. Vance were in Louisville the latter part of last week. Thos. Basham, living on the Stephensport road, got his left leg broken Monday. Mare Strayed of Cloverport left for Jolly Station to STRAYED a lead colored Mare a boat u pitch their tent on Frank Kuppert's 5 inn lis hivh: 11 yenrs old and In mod on place. Tiny will he gone until Sunday. leh. Notify off etnrn to William fu ler, Re Frank Jnrhue'a farm aearAxtel and eel Tne members: are: Dr. l'o'rest l.iuhlluot, ward. Last seen in Glen Dean stctlou Itenry Veaacr, Dick Perkins, Shelby Conrad, Bdlenn Gibooa, Leonard Ortg-0- 1 v ai d Allen P erce, and llirir valet- 'Slick." NOTICE. WE a Always carry lull line In order to prevent tnis additional 12 percent, call and pay at once Mary Hambleton at the office in the rear of Cloverport Miss Not Much Improved. Bank. Charles May, Sr., City and l.V-29 State Tax Collector. The many friend of Miss Mary Hambleton, of Sorgho, are sorry to learn that she is not rapidly regaining her Many Sales at Planter's date. Notice is hereby given to all p:rties having claims against the estate of Mi s to present thtin Sue Newton, deceas-edUnder the new law all city antl sclioc 1 to me, properly certified to, and proven taxes unpaid December 1st. 1911, a and I will arrange for their payment. penalty of 6 per cent and 0 percent Horace H Newton, interest will be added after the above Cloverport, Ky. Notice To Taxpayers Estimates on Application , Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Them A 2 Sweet Breath is One Charm ot an Attractive Personality! "h can be bad by an) pernon who use?, u fine tooth brush three times u dtty with a reliable Even little children, Tooth Paatc or Powder. just three and four yean of age, lake delight in We ent ry ti Oaring for their teeth and gums. large line of bmabee for both older end younger people. funny story Once a darky told tooth brunhei In which be said: "Why Very Ufmber in white folks' families has gol a lOOth rush to In- - elf'. "Tis nice to have your own soap, your own hath and shaving article.-- . We enn furnish what you want. "Ion"t forget to bring your pocket hook then you will have ao debti to reaetaber. -- i sf Marion Weatherholt. Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Hall Stock Farm. ton, slays with her almost constantly' anil everything possible is done for her Walter R. Moorman, Jr., has recent comfort and pleasure. ly returned home from the Memphis fair. H: said that Memphis was the PREACHING SUNDAY NIGHT Pleasant Meeting. wildest town he had ever visited, lie AT BAPTIST CHURCH showed his cattle there, at Hardinsburg, The Knights ol Pythias bad Louisville and Nashville this year, and Monday uiglil. Spenh-eMr. E. B. (Jatlin, ol The Kev. won 79 first premiums, 24 second prewere ni1e by the different members He re Louisville, will preach Sunday miums and 11 third premiums. and refreshments weie srrvecl. ports the following sales: To J no Bight ' the Baptist church in this Clark. Winchester, 2 Polled Durham city, lie is pastor of the Walnut heifers; To A. M. Thomas, Hickman, While Grove Baptist church. Tenn , 1 Polled Durham heifer; To C. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch will Polled here H. Galloway, Canton, Miss., Durham bull; To Williams & Langs entertain him. n 1 health. Her neice, Miss Anne Hamble- 1 GIBSON & SON ui'le-a-WHk- e s FRESH Fire and Plate Glass Insurance ton, Byhalia, Miss., bull, heifer; To heifer CLOVERPORT BOY SUCH. T. Mass, Hickman, Tenn., To C P. Bacon, Hickman, Ky , 1 heifer; CEEDING IN LOUISVILLE To J. E. Tittsworth, Sinithwell, Tenn. , bull; M. O. Donohue, Hardinsburg, Antony the Cloverport young 1 bull; To P. H. McGaughey, I bull men who are climbing the ladder and sow and to A. M. Skillman & of success, is Jake Weatherholl, Son, Hardinsburg, 1 bull. Jr., who has a hat store in Louis1 1 1 1 1 Light Bread Just like home made Irvington Pharmacy, Irvington, Ky. Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes i Notice the undersigned farmers and land owners of Urecaenridge county, Ky., residing near Cloverport, hereby give We Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' expeiience in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices ReitoRiklifor First-clas- s notice to all uersons that we fordid hunting, aud killing game.or trapping gathering hickory nuts, 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 Any one permission of the owner. known to be guilty of such trespassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law. Nov. 7, 1U1 1 . ville. When he first went there, ressing and suit he learned the cleaning trade and from that embarked into the hat business for tor men. He is the son of Mr. and Mis. Jake Weatherholt, of Lastland.'' He is a splendid young man and deserves the success he is meeting. Beautiful Oratorio "Saul" the sacred oratorio yivau under the directions of Mr. A II Murray Sunday night, waa beautifully Miss Lula Severe was rendered. pianuiet. A large audience enjoyed the musical treat and appreciated the work of the singers. They have been reuuested to sing the remainder of tjie book a This is what we make with lciiii IiuihN. freh nmteriuU J. E. KEITH WRITE US FOR PRICES. ataaasaaaasaaaassaaaaaaaaaaa (SL SON DHAl.tiKS (IN and jrood machinery Granite and Marble Let M l've your order fur Bread what yuu must have three liim'M a day.... Monuments CLOVERPORT, KY. Wirt and H.K.Allen, , b. Oglesby, E. L. C. W. Moorman, 1'ate, M. S Benard, John Jennings, J D. Seaton, Chas. Satterficld, Dr. J. T Owen K. S Csrter, 1'ophsm Bros. Uuon uavment of as cents we will who so desir add the name of ei. G. N. Harris, W. B. H. J. Krebs Irvington, Ky. Cuuuiughsm at Cheuault. Mrs Comes Home To See His is seven!) eight ears old and Mother Every Year. her uun never uiisses a ycui louilug back ji Christmas Mr. and Mrs. W. C. CuoDlnhani, of huuie. Mi. CuDniugbatn ia In the whole Wulcott, N. V., eriived last week tosct wale produce businass and hae made a his mother, at the home of Mr. Bert success of it. I Adventure A Romance of Often The Kidneys Weakened by Are Over-WorK. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Weak nnd unhealthy kidneys are responsible for much sickness and suffering, therclorc. 11 kidney trouble is permitted to continue, serious results arc Most likelv to follow. Your other orjfnns may need attention, lint nr kidriorl, be Jfy I I nevs ,:" ,:,"sl an e nml IUS '"'v should have attention 21 firft. 1 lure fore, when your kidneys arc weak or out of order. MM cm understand how quid; :y your entire bod is SsTst ll il BStd how every orj'an seems to fail to do its dutv. If von are sick or " feci badly," bacja Uklng the great kidney remedy, ir. A trial will conKilmer's Swamp-Roovince you of its great merit. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney and It bladder remedy, is soon realised. itsremarkahle stand It--Ki highest health restoring properties have been prov n i:i t liousamls of the most distress- ling cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in fifty-Ceand Vmi may sixes. Ixittle a halmail sample nlso a free, by iTirfce In pamphlet ti lling yon ( how to lind out it TOU have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this papet when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ili'i ;hamton, K. V I NNt moke any but remember the name, Pwamp Root, and don't let a dealer sell you ii SOtnfthinff ii place of Swnmn-Koyou do y u v:' he dfsapjarfMtdl - to do It. for when he rmd counted one Astoa ren hed out his hand Hnd took the whip And right well Astoa laid Ml the whip. utiL'ered hi his fellows for not supporting him. and venting his anger with every stroke. Krom the Veranda Sheldon egged him on to CHIRCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Indigestion causes heartburn, nausea, impure blood, and trouble than many different kind', of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms arc absorbed info your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first lign of indigestion, try more 62 RsptMt Church HurnHj MM, HH . Bl. C tC Mchtfont, Psperf ntendent. Prayer Mwt'tir Wetni'dHy 7 SO p.m. HuptM AM toilets Hoelt-tfWnnri J'nndujr, no eld Montis-utt- er every month. Mm. A. H IbtllSiSI, PresMeet strike with -- ircng'h. till the two triced savages screamed and howled while the blood oor.ed down their backs The lesson whs being well written in red. stomach, nervousness, sour RfiiUt The South Seas DY i Indue; When the last of tin- gang. the two bowling culprits, had passed out through the compound gate. Shel don sank down half fainting on Ills - eollell "You're "A sh k a sick Jack London Copyriht. Copyright. That weaker there was no iluiiht. ant! there were that were unfii oriihle other lyptw He MJM Ml rounds looking for I" full tronhle. He wauled trouble health the NMM situation would have boen serious enough: hut as it was. himself crowing helpless. MMM thing had to he done The blacks were getting more sullen and delianl. mil the aiearane of the men the Ire ious night on his veranda one or the gravest M offences on Herande was ominous Sooner or later they would get him. If he did not get them first, if he did not onee again senr on their dark souls the tlamlng mastery of t he while man He returned to the house disappoint No opportunity had presented It ed example of insolence self of Making as MM 00 or insubordination-- s onrre.l on ovrrv other day slnee the Hlcktiess smote I'.orande Tile laet thai none had olTended was in itself sus I'liey were growing erafty pleloiis Jt was Me man against two hundred, nnd he was horribly afraid of his sickness overpowering him and leavHe saw viing him ut their roerey sions of the hlaeks taking charge of the plantation, looting the store, hum lng the hiiildings mid escaping to Ma Also one grewsome vision he laitn caught of his own head, sun dried and smoke cured, ornamenting the canoe ciinnihal village. Either bouse of the Jessie would huve to arrive or ho would .have to do something. -- '"The Ortl had hardly rung, sending the laborers Into the fields, when Shel Forty men. armed don had a visitor with spears, hows and arrows and war cluhs. gathered outside the gate of the compound, but only one enter ed They knew Hie law of Hera tide as every native knew the law of even white man's compound in all the thou sand miles of the far tiling Solomons The one man who came up the path Sheldon recognised as Seelee. the chiel of Italesuna village. The savage did not mount the steps, but stood be neath and talked to the white lorn above. Seelee was more Intelligent than the average of his kind, but his lutein pence only emphasized the lowness of that kind. Ills eyes, close together and Eliiull. advertised nielty and craftiness. A gee string and a ciirtrid-- v belt were all the clothes he wore As he talked, or listened, he iii.mIi He said yes grimaces like a monkey by droppin- - his eyelids and thrust in: He spoke wit? ills chin forward rftUdM arroame strangely at van auce with the subservient position he He occupied hcn.Mtli the veranda. vltli his many followers, was lord and master of Italesuna village Hut the white man. without followers, wa lord and muster or I'.erande ay. and in occasion. slOlrie handed, had BU'.rtf himself lord and master or BatOHUBK Village a ivell Seelee dill not like t" It had remember (Mil episode in the course of learning the tiatut:- of while men and of learuiu" to abominate them He had once been jruilty id itM Itering three runaway from lier.itule rnfortumitely. he was ignorant of the vas or white men This particu lar white man educated him by arriv Ina 111 his grass house in the giay ot In the moment he had Ml dawn us so ierreetly safe In He nmused the MMM of his village Hut the next moment, and before lie could cry out. a pair of hand- - lifts on the white man's knuckles had lauded on tils mouth, knocking the cry or alarm back dowu his throat. Also, the white man's other flat had caught liiui under the ear and left him witlnut further interest in When he came what was happening to he found himself in the white man's wtialebo.it 011 the way to Ueraude. When his tribe had returned the three runaways, he was givcu his freedom. And Dually, the terrible white man had hncl him and lialesuua village ten thousand cocoanuts After that he bad sheltered 110 more runaway Ma laltu men Instead, tie had gone Into catching (hem It was the business safer Besides, he MM paid one case of tobacco per head. But if he aver got a chance ut that white man. If ha aver caught In 111 nick or stood at bis tiack when he .tumbled and fell on a bush trail well, there would be u head that would fetch a price In Mala Ita Sheldon wan pleased wltb what Seehe seventh man of the lee told blm. had heeu laat batch of runaway caught and waa vvau then at tba gate Bt was brought lu. heavy featured and defiant, bis arms bound wltb co coaout sennit. U dry blood still on his body from tba struggle with bis captors. "Ms sa wee you good fella. Heeler Hueidon said, as the chief gulped dowu t h:t t lit- - man " man." he groaned "Hut you ma sleep at ease tonight.' he added, half an hour later. IN rided he wim mnmiiM nost. the mornnm DlfM Sheldon i oHArnii ppraC-.- 11 de- w.'iw MM) M Street O Smith Macmillan Company a quarter tumbler of raw trade gT: "Fella boy belong me you catch short time little bit. This fella boy strong I give you fella one fella too much case tobacco- - my word. MM MMt Then, you good fella along me. ghe you three fathom calico, one fella knife big felln loo much." The tobacco and trade goods were brought from the store room by two lions,, hoys and turned over to the chief of Itnh'suiia village, who accept eil IbS additional rewind with a noncommittal grunt and went away down the path 10 his canoes I'nder Shel don's directions. ItM house boys hand cuffed the prisoner, by hands and feet, around MM of the pile supports of the house. At eleven o'clock, when the laborers came in from the field. Shel don had ihein assembled in the com pound before the leranda Every was there. Including those who were helping about the hospital. Even the women and the several pickatiiu nies of the plantation were lined up with the rest, two deep a horde of naked savages a trille under two bun died strong Some wore penknives clasped on their kinky locks for safety. On the chest of one a china doorknob was suspended, on the chest of another I be brass wheel of an alarm 1910. by 1911, by the I abb-ma- HAI'TKtt III II m. Ira i. IVih. Miil' eer Kraiik lewis in. fundny 7 .30 p. I'HKtor. Prnyer meeilim ui. Epwoith L.'hinie. r irulur fervlee Sunday p. m: bsslnes nvettoe; (lrt Tuenday Mursnrlte MM each month. Ml-meet flrnt l.udiPh' Aid neli-ty I'rentdent Momhiv each month Mr, h'orrent l.lKhlfoot. President, l.urilm' Mlsslonury Society ineta In every month. Mm Vltgll Second Huhhuiic, I'rpftlaent Choir practice Krldny night 7:30. A, II Mirruy. Director. tshes, MotbodlM Kasdsy School. hi II b. ir.. nnd up'rliiteiiileni ; ITethodlst Church :i:.h. :.K1 ii H tin. gftay t. r JKSHIK. e nt one-doll- 1 mis-lifts- , ot clock. 11 - lrl Faciug tbem. clinging to the railing of the veranda for support, stood the sick white man. Any one of them could have knocked him over with the blow of a little linger Despite his firearms, the gang could have rushed him and delivered that blow, when his head and the plantation would have been theirs Hatred aud murder and lust for revenge they possessed to overflowing Hut one thing they lacked, the thing that he possessed the flame ot mastery that would not quench, that burned fiercely as ever in the disease wasted body. Billy!" Sheldon called "Narada: sharply Two men slunk unwillingly forward and waited Sheldon gave the keys of the hand culls to a house boy. who went under the house and loosed he prisoner. "You fella Narada. you Mia Hilly. MiM um this fella boy along tree and make fast, hands high up," was Shel don's command While this was being done one of the house boys fetched a heavy handled, heavy lashed whip Sheldon lie gan a Sped h. "This fella Arungu. me cross along him too much no steal this fella I say. 'All no gammon Artinga right, you (MM along me Herniate, work three I'ella year. He say. All right. KM come along you work three fella year He come. plenty good MM kal kai (food) plenty good What name he run fella money a way? Me loo much cross along him knock what name outa him fella. pay Seelee. lug fella master along lialesuua. one case tobacco catch that I'ella A ru ga. All right Arutiga Six pounds fella case tobacco that fella Aruiiga pay Alle same one year more (hat fellu Arungu work I'.erande All right. Now he catch ten I'ella w hip three times. Von fella Billy catch whip, give that fella Arungu ten fella three limes Ail fella hoys look see. ali fella Marys Womein look see: bime bye. they like run away they think strong fella too much, uo run Billy, strong MM too much away. ten fella three times." The house boy extended the whip to him. but Hilly did not take it. Shel don waited quietly. The eyes of all he cannibals were fixed upon him In It doubt aud fear and eagerness. was the moment of test, whereby the lone white man was to live or be lost "Ten fella three times. Billy." Shel don said encouragingly, though there was a certain metallic rasp lu bl I 1 1 1 11 pay-tha- worst characters lor the lesson. "You fella A Ml UN. you fellu Narada. tie up that fella Hilly alongside other fella same fella way. "Strong fella tie.' he cautioned them "You fella Astoa take that fella whip Plant strong lag fella too much ten fella I br limes. Savvee?" "No. Astoa grunted. Sheldon picked up the rifle that had leaned against the rail, and cocked it. "1 know you. Astoa. he said calmly six Y'ou work along Queensland years." "Me fellu missionary." the black interrupted with deliberate Insolence. "Queensland you stop jail one fella year. White fella master fool uo hang you. You too much bad fellu. Queensland you stop Jail six mouths two fella All Two MM time you steal. time right, you missionary. You savvee one felln prayer'" "Yes. nie savvee prayer." was the reply. "All right, then you pray now. short You say one fella time little hit prayer quick, then me kill you.' Sheldon held the rifle on him and The black glanced around at waited. davs passed, and Sheldon that he could not ltow weaker and live, much in ike h s four dally rounds I'lie deaths were aver of the hospital aging foiii N day and there were more new eases f flatl recoveries. The blacks were in a ll nl. Kaeh one. when taken sick, seemed to make every effort to die The J believed they were gol'ig to die. ami vet, MNM1 lng 'his wit Ii Ihey somehow absolute conviction. kicked the nerve to rush the frail wraith ot a nan with the white skin and escape fnun the charnel house by the whale boats. They chose the ties goii nit death ihey were sure awaited I beB rather than the immediate death they were very sure would pounce Upon them if tlie.v went up MgHlMM That he never slept ihey tbe master kMW That he could not be eonpiro.i to death they were eipially sure-t- he And even the sickness ttnd tried it. that 'was sweeping them off could MX Bedford's Black-Draug- ht Preshyterlan Church PreatrTterlaa SundHV School liH ii m. Conrad HIpP" I, Sapeilntendent. I'Tcaching every Third Sued iv. Ree. Adair Minister. I'ruyer meetli g Tuesday. 7 n m I.udlp a ui Socteiy meet. Wednesday after Third no duy every month. Mrs ChaS. S:itterf1eld, President. MO TWO li-- n I the old, reliable, vegetable liver p6wdcr, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Ooodwatcr, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now I can cat without Try it. distress." Lllack-Draug- Catholic Church Klrst Bapda of "ch tnont h. Mass. Sermon, and Benediction, n:00 a. m other three Sundays at 10 Ml in On week tliiys Muss ut 7:1 a a. at, Catechetical Instruction for the chill ran on Pstordayi si l:sa. m ami on sun-I .it I iM s. m. and 2::t0 p. in. . . M v DR. H. Pet manent Dr. Owea'sOflce, Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. to 5 p. m. 1 J. BOONE Dentist Dl Insist on Thedford's Cloverport, Ky. CZIOri-Dl00Olc-30I- kill him. Willi the whipping in the compound llselpllae bad improved. They cringed under Hie iron hand of the while man They gave their scowls or malignant looks with averted faces or when his Thev saved their nick was iiirned mitterlngs for the barracks at flight, And there where he could not henr were no more runaways aud no mere light prowlers on the veranda Dawn of tbe third day after the Whipping brought the Jessie's white Mails in sight. Mis partner was on board, vigorous and hearty from six Weeks recruiting in Malaita. He could take charge now aud all would be well with Herande. Sheldon lay in the steamer chair and watched the Jessie's whaleboat pull In for the beach. He wondered why only three sweeps were pulling, and he wondered still more when, beached, there was so much delay in getting out of the bout. Then he understood. The three blacks who had been pulling started up the bench with a stretcher A white man. on their shoulders. whom he recognized as the Jessie's captain, walked in front sad opened the gate, then dropped behind to close It. Sheldon knew that it was llughie DniinnMad w ho lay in the stretcher, and a mist CADM before his eyes. He desire to die. felt : ti overwhelming Tba disappointment was too great, lu his own state of terrible weakness he felt that It was Impossible to go on with his task of bedding I'.erande plantation tight gripped In his list. Then the win of blm flamed up again. and he directed the hlaeks to lay the Stretcher beside him on the floor. Hughle Dratnmoadi whom he had last seen In health, was an emaciated skeleton. "Binck water lever," the captain said. Tie's been like this for six days, unconscious. And we've got dysentery on board. What's the matter with J ou V" "I'M burying four a day," Sheldon answered, as ho bent over from the I HamsT chair and inserted a tbeff mo meter under his partner's tongue. Captain Oleson swore blasphemously and sent a house boy to bring whiskey and soda. Sheldon glauced at the thermometer. "One hundred and seven," he said. him some whiskey. "Couldn't think of it perforation, you know," Sheldon said. He sent for a boss boy and ordered n grave to be dug; also, some of the packing cases to be knocked together into ti coffin. Having given the orders. Sheldon lay back in his chair with closed eyes. "It's been fair bell, sir," Captain Olesou began. Iheu broke off to help "t'ontrar.v hiuiself to more whisky. winds and calms. We've beeu dflftln' all about the shop fur teu days There's ten llioiisand sharks following us for Hie tucker we've ben thrown ' over to them. They was snnpplu' at the ours when we started to come We got it from the water-wat- er ashore. Killed my from Owga creek. cusks with It. How was we to kuowV I've filled there before an' It wus all up. right. We had sixty recrulta-fu- il and my crew of fifteen. We've beeu burylu' them duy an' night The beggars wou't live, dash them! They die out of spite. Only three of my crew left on its legs. Five more down. 1 Seven dead. Oh. h What's tbe good of talk in".'" "How many recruits left?" Sheldon asked. "Lost half. Thirty left. Tweuty dowu, aud teu tottering around." Sheldon sighed. "That means auotber addition to tbe hospital. We've got to get tbern aabore somehow. Vlaburl! Hey, you, Viaburl, ring big fella bell strong fella too much." Tbe bauds, called lu from tbe Holds at that unwonted bour, were split tsotue were eeut Into detacbuieuta. nSMMS- -I O "Poor llughie." (a plain oleson offered Into the woods to cut timber tor house beaaas, others to catting caie grass for thatcfelag sod forty of them lifted it Whale boat above their heuds and carried It down to the sea. Sheldon had gritted his toeth, pulled his col top-f- ag soul together nnd tuken Herande pi: ti ta t ion into his list onee more. "Have you seen the barometer':1" Cup-taiOlesou asked, pausing ut the hot torn of the steps on his way to oversee the disembarkation of tho sick. "No." Sheldon answered. "Is It dowuV" "It's going down." "Then you'd better sleep aboard toJudgment. night." was Sheldon's "Merer mind the funeral. I'll see to poor Hag-d- e, If you can see your way to it, come ashore tomorrow uud lend me ii hand. If you can't, send the mute." Mr. "ElgM O. I'll come myself. Johnson's dead. sir. I forgot to tell you --three days ajro." Sheldon turned to his partner, ealttBg for, boys to carry him into tho house. I truniinond had reached But BOg-d- a the end. His breathing was impercep tible. Ry mere touch Sheldon could ascertain that the dying man's tern perature was going down, it must have been going down when the thermometer registered one hundred aim seven. He hnd burned out. Sheldon knelt beside him. the house boys grouped around, tbelf white singlets und loin cloths peculiarly at variance wiib their dark skins and savage countenances, their huge ear plugs and carved and glistening nose lings. Sheldon tottered to his feet at lust and half fell into the steamer chair. Opines sive as the heat had been it was now It was mm even inoiv oppressive. eaM to Meat ha. Ha paatad kar The races and nuked .inns of iiiV boast boys were headed with sweat "Marster." one of them ventured, "big fella wind he come, strong fella too orach." hetdtMl Bedded his head, but did not look. Muck as he had loved Hughle Druminoiul. bis death and the funeral it entailed seemed an intolerable burden to add to what he was already sinking under He had I feellug nay. it was a certitude that all he hud to do was to shut his eyes and i n BALL & MILLER and Sale Livery, Feed Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. OVER 86 YEARS' ME --BBBBBBBE EXPERIENCE Anrone sending a sketch and doscrlntlon may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au Invention Is prohably pstentsble. Communications strictly cnntldenllal. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free, oldest auency for nocurltin patents. Pntent taken tnrouch Munn & Co. receive rprrlol notice, without charge, in tho i rape marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Scientific American, handnnmelj' Utnutratotl wooklf. cilitttton f a tit ariontltlo Journtil. A 1 ir (ottff nn nit Lb, $1. 0-t- S-, S M T.nrcrevt clr- O'ernm. $3 a by ull newttdoalor. MUNN&Co.36'8""' New Praaea (35 York F 8t., WashlUKton. I. C. '8 vs. SALE Breckenridije Circuit Court, Kentucky. Lfcitchfield Deposit Baak.PI'ff. Eq uity No tr Levi Chancellor AtcDefeod't. J 8895 Ry virture of a judgment and order of sale of BreckeBridge Circuit ( oin t, rendered at October term thereof. lglU In the above cause, tor the sum of six hundred dollars, subject to a credit of $18 8!) paid Jan.iary 4J, I9O!), with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the .'iOth day of June, lylO. until paid, and all costs herein, I snail proceed to offer for sale at tha in Harainsburg, to the highest bidder, at public auction, on MonCoutt-Housedo1 SHliLOON HKLO TH J I .1 WAl'IKD. 1.1 ON HIM AN voice. Billy scowled, looked up and looked dowu. but did not move. his fellows, but uoue moved to aid They were intent upon the him. coming spectacle, staring fascinated ut the white man with death lu his hands who stood alone ou the great veraudu. "Astoa.' Sheldon said, seizing the psychological moment. "1 count three Then I shoot you fella fella time dead, good by. all finish you." And Sheldon knew that when be had counted three he would drop him lu his tracks. The bluck knew it, too. That was why Sheldon did not have "Billy:" Sheldon's voice exploded like a pistol ihot. The savage startled physically tirlns oMispreiid the grotesque feat tin's of the audience, aud there was lound of filtering "S pose you like too much lash that fella rung'a. you take him fella Billy said "tine fella government agent make plenty lush. That um fella law Me savvee inn fella law." It was (lie law. nnd Sheldon knew t. Rut be wanted to live this dav 11 Tul-ugl.- Antiseptics Peroxide or Instead of Liquid many jiooplo are now using Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic The new toilet germicide powder to be dissolved in water as needed. For all toilet and hygienic uses it is better aud more economical. To cleanse and whiten the teeth, remove tartar aud prevent decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy disease genua, aud 1 and tbe next day and not to die wait purify the breath. lng for the law to operate tbe nest To keep artificial teeth and week or tbe week after bridge work clean, odorless "To much talk uloug you!" be cried To remove nicotine from the teeth and What angrily "What uuuie. eb? purify the breath after smoking. uaiue'r" To eradicate perspiration aud uody "Me savvee law. Hie hiivsks repeat odors by sponge bathing. The best antiseptic wash known. ed Htuhhoi'iiiv Relieves and strengthens tired, weak, "Anion '' luflsuut-dAuot n. loan nil In Ml and cuts. y es. Heals borethroet, wounds and &0 ' Uiosl n SpMl-n.ic'M lb or by mail postpaid. els. a bos, druggists Sample (Tea. M v 10. a t liolHIl' (. III ..V ti TM PAX TON TOIUKT -- let go and that he would die, sink Into immensity of rest. His weary body seeiued turn by the oucouiiug pangs of dissolution. He was a fool to hang ou. He had died u score of deaths already, and what was the use of prolonging it to tuoscore deaths before he really dledV Not only was be not afraid to die, but ho desired to die. Rut his mind that could will life or death still pulsed ou. He saw the two whaleboats hind ou (he beach and the sick, ou stretchers or pickaback, groaning uud wulliug. go by in lugubrious procession. He saw the wind making ou the clouded horizon uud thought of the sick in the hospital Heie wus something wultlug for his hand to be doue, aud It wus not in bis mil ure to lie down uud sleep or die when any task remained undone. The boss boys were culled aud given their orders to rope dowu the hospltul He reinem with Its two addltlous. bered the spure anchor chulu, new uud bluck painted, that huug under the bouse suspended from (be floor beums uud ordered It to be used ou tbe hospltul as well, tidier boys brought tbe coffin, u grotesque putchwork of puck-lucases aud under his directions they Isid Hughle Druuimoud In It. Half a doxeu boys curried it dowu tbe uracil while he rode ou tbe buck ot another, bis arms arouud tbe black s neck, one baud clutchlug a prayer g day, the 7th day of November, I91 .atone o'clock p m , or thereabout (be:n" County Court day), upon a creditof six months the following described ptop-ertA certain tract of land lying in Breckenridge county, Kentucky on Hough Creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at an elm and hickory on the bank of Rough creek, below the mouth of a branch, running thence X. 0, K. 16 poles to two beeches at the big lick, thence N. 32, E 100 polta to a small hickory and three dogwoods, coiner to No. 3, In. William Watkin's line, thence with tbs same S. jl, E. IOj poles to a sugar tree and two small beeches, William Watkin's corner on the bank of Laurel Branch, thence down the same with its meanders S. 83, W. 16 poles; S. t4. West 30 poles to a beech and thence S. 216'.., B. is'2' poles to an elm, N. 77, W. 26 poles, S. L W. Itt poles, S. 4';, W. 107 poles. 8. 8.'t,W m poles to a large beech 10 poles below the mouth of said branch on the bank of Rough Creek, thence down tlie same as It meanders to the beginning, containing Imm, actes, and being tbe same land Conveyed to the said Levi Chancellor, by J. T. Jacobs, and wife by deed dated January 11, 18IW. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. y, to-wi- For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bonds, bearing legal Interest from tbe day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Lcin retained to secure payment of purchase money, iiiddera will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt interest and cost $691 36. Lee Walls, Commissioner, by Carrie Walls, Deputy. r r '1 Oft.Sw, There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of the grip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamberlain's Cough book. While be read tbe service the blacks Remedy is used. This remedy has won gaxed apprehensively at tbe duck Hue its great reputation and extensive sale wblcb rolled aud by its remarkable cures of colds and ou tbe watnr iy on grip and can be relied upon with implicit coaaaieoce. Fer sale by all dealers. -- ii. MUltli sy -- .. .... ADVENTURE By - crs Stmther, of Dr. and Mrs. W. H Owe nsboro, will spend a few davs next went with his mother and sister. "Bread baking success is guaranteed If you use the Lewisport Best Flour Dysprpsia is our national ailinrnt Rurdnc Blond Hitters if the national cire foi It. It strengthens stomach promotes flow of digestive juirei, ifi ?s the bl oil, builds 0J up. pin me,n-hrH.n- Real Estate Department may Do you Want to buy a farm or business t If you Ho yi tini jtnt what you need in this department. If you arejinbsresl-e- i -- JACK LONDON CopvritM. 110 hv Street ft Smith Copyright IVIl ny Ihr itiiillli Company A FREAK OF NATURE. Qi 00 - O00000 0 0 0 - , tik- tirst tiio ncffei nrenth if tin- wind, fnlnt nnd silken, tonic with life, fanned through hi tr.v baked body m Im unwind rwdlan Awn nnu' the Ncwrf breath of t ii wind. :in nngry PHL as MM shovels worked rapidly tilling In tin; MM So heavy was the cnst Hint Sheldon, still on his feel. seized hold of his Ii i ii II horse to escape being WCWi nwny. The .lessle was blotted out. nnd n wtrn tifi''- ominous sound nrose ns niiil-- t It lid limus Wit elels struck foaming oil the heiich. It wns like the babbling of SOOM COfcMMl CtMfMk From all about could be henrd the dull thudding )f falling coconnuts. The tall. delicate ruiiked trees twisted nnd snapped nbo'it like whiplashes. The nlr seem ed tilled with their flying leaves, any could brain a one of which, stem-on- . man. Then came the rain, n delugp. a straight, horizontal sheet that poured along like n river, defying gravitation. The black, with Sheldon mounted on him, plunged ahead Into the thick of it. stoonlnir far forward and low to the ground to avoid being toppled over tnAM A.tMES.0 mR nl.AOKS OAI ll A rpitF.ttF.NHi vki.y TIIK DARK LINK ON TIIK WATKIC. at On the flagstaff gaff a boy hoisted a white Hag over a red. which stood for, the signal locker nnd the billiard rules was the code Itself, by which he verified the signal before making answer. backward. " 'He's Bleeping out and night.' " Sheldon quoted as he of the dead man In the sand rainwater trickling down upon clay. So far to thought nnd the the cold they fought their way back up the beach. The other blacks caught nnd pulled and hold of the tugged. There were among them those whose fondest desire was to drag the rider in the sand and spring upon Mm man-hors- e nnd mash him Into repulsive nothingness. Rut the automntlc pistol in his belt, with its rattling, quick dealing death, and the automatic, death defy in- - spirit in the man himself made them refrain nnd buckle down to the task of hauling him to safety through the storm. Wet through nnd exhausted, he was nevertheless surprised ;il the ease with which he got into n change of cloth ing. Though he wns fearfully weak, he found himself actually feeling better. The disease had spent itself, and the mend had begun. "Xow, if I don't get the fever," he said aloud and nt the same moment resolved to go to taking tpiinine as oon as he was strong enough to dare. lie crawled out on the veranda. The fain had ceased, but the wind, which had dwindled to a half gale, was InA big sea had sprung up. creasing. and the mile long breakers, curling up to the overfall 2U yards from the shore, were crashing on the beach. The .lessle was pluniritig madly to two BBC bort, nnd every second or third sea broke clear over her bow. Two flags were slilily undulating from the halyards like squares of flexible sheet iron. One was blue, the other red. He knew their meaning !n the Berande private code: "What nre your Instructions'.' Shall I attempt to land boat?" Tacked OH the wall between SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS Finally Cured by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound. Erie, Pa. "I suffered for five years from female troubles and at last was almost helpless. 1 to three iweiit and they did W mm me no (rood, so my sister advised me to . try Lydia Pink, ham's Vegetable could see "Run to Neal island for shelter." That Captain Oleson had been expecting tills signal was apparent by the celerity with which the shackles were knocked nut of both anchor chains. lie slipped his anchors, leav-inthem buoyed to be picked Bp in better weather. The Jessie swung off 'I have hern somewhat costive, but .,...!.... I...- - r.,11 ,.ln,'un!., tli.., ili,, f .ro , i ... in il ' I in inn DOOO I Krgiilets gave lust the remits sail, double reefed, was run up. She was away like a race horse, clearing desired. Tbev act mildly and regulate George B. Bnlesttna shoal with half a cable length the bowels perfectly." to spare. Just before she rounded the Krause, jM Walnut Ave., Altooia, PS point she wns swallowed up in a terrific sou.'ill that, fnroiitblow the tirst. Psychology of Sleep. ah o.ni .,irit n'liiio u.neiii n t tor I ,, The nsvchologv of sleep is a vast, and trees, Nona smote Herande. Sleep deepens , little explored subject IL i I lieretore trance, trance to death on Its tall piles. Sheldon to the house in life, speaking somewhat paradoxi-- ' slept. He was unaware of the comctilly. sleep is most skin to death motion. He never' wakened, nor did Whether the spirit Is parted from the he change his position or dream. He body nnd goes long journeys through awoke a new man. Furthermore, he space, or whether It Is In a state of it was over a week wns hungry. long dream, parts of which we are He one since food had pa teed his lips. alone conscious of. is a matter for the drank a glass of condensed cream Society of I'sv. hioal Kesean h. Yet thinned with water, and by It) o'clock many of us bare dreamed thing, seen he dared to lake a cup of beef tea. things or even spoken and heard tblORI He was cheered also by the situ- in sleep which we have seen, heard or Despite the ation in the hospital. We can spoken later on In reality. storm there had been but one death, more or less follow the stages up to case, and (here was only one fresh the (ltial sleep of all. but here we must while half a dozen boys crawled weak- pause, and, with Hamlet, in vain atHe wonder- tempt to learn what lies beyond the ly away to the barracks. ed if it was the wind that was blow- veil: "And In that sleep of death, what ing the disease away and cleansing the dreams mav come!" London (Jlobe. pestilential land. Uy eleven a messenger arrived from Chamberlain's Stomach atd Livet Halesuna village, dispatched by Seelee. The Jessie had gone ashore halfway Tablets do not sicken or "tipe.and may between the village and Neal island. be taken with perfect safety bv the It was not till nightfall that two of moot delicate women or the youngest the crew arrived, reporting the drown- child. The old and feeble will also rind ing of Captain Oleson and of the one them a most suitable remedy for aiding As for the Jessie, and strengthening their weakened diremaining boy. from what they told him. Sheldon gestion awl for regulating the bowels. could not but conclude that she was For sale by all dealers. a total loss. Further to hearten him he was taken by a shivering tit. In "A Child 3hall Lead Them." half an hour be was burning up. And It Was in Boston he knew that at least another They were having n "difference." pass before he could undertake "After onrofiil cogitntion." s:iid he. oven the smallest dose of quinine. He discrawled under a heap of blankets and "I am firmly convinced tkol n little later found himself laughing played n deplorable tuck of discernaloud. He had surely reached the limit ment In choosing on ns the partner Hairing eartlniuake or of my Joys nnd sorrows." of disaster. "Yon are correct." snld she. "nnd I tidal wave, the worst had already beFllbberty-tiibbe- t was am sure I tint I must hnve been suffallen him. The to certainly safe in Mboli pass. Since fering under n mental aberration to worse could happen things hnve given an iittlrmtitlve answer nothing your Impassioned pleading" simply had to mend. So it was. shiv snld Bartholomew, "I have under his blankets, that he the four-yea- r realized."progeny, ns he stepHal old boys, with laughed until the house ped from the nursery "1 have reheads together, marveled at the devils alized for several .years thnt my paIn him that were rental afflllntlons were uncongenial. I might almost any distasteful. But I To be continued have deeuied It my duty to continue ns 'the tie that binds.' Now I must inam pleased to recommend Cham- sist that unless you show to each other ''I berlain's Cough Remedy as the best the courtesies due my Immediate nn I ahull be forced to repudiate thing I know of and safest remedy for cestors my relationship" coughs, colds and bronchial trouble," Again s little child They embraced writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold, of Denver, had won. Brooklyn Life. Colo. "We have used it repeatedly and it has never failed to give relief." A specific for pain Dr. Thomas' EcFor sale by all dealers. lectic Oil, strongest, cheapest liniment ever devised. A household remedy in America for 'AS years. BIG SPRING g M i 11 The Curious Vegetable Caterpillar of New Zealand. Among the many strange growths, apparently freaks of nature, which nre to tie found In New Zealand the vege table cnterplllnr readily ranks among the foremost This caterpillar Is several Indies In length. Is hairless and does not differ essentially In appear nnce from some of the caterpillars of our own land Its claim to distinction lies in the fact that when It Bet ready to die it dijs bole for Itself In the earth and Later I slen completely buries itself der green shoot springs from the spot This bears two or more h aves near Its top t'pon investigation It is found that the green shoot springs from the head of the dead caterpillar, and further In vestlgatlon develops the fact that the body of the caterpillar Is filled with roots. The form Is retained without change, and the roots do not pierce through the skin or enter the ground When dug up this dead yet living frenk presents n most odd appearance, for the head and even the eyes of the caterpillar nre distinctly seen, yet from the head Is growing the green sprout, with Its leaves That the Best Things do not have to be advertised would be a reason- any of the following proprieties write ns at once for owner's, imo and address. If none of these places nit. you, write us at one telling M what you want and whereyou want It and let us introduce you to the man who ha- - the very property yoa in n are looking for. We, recommend the following properties as iieing produetiTl and fair in price. your tana or baaaasal it yon your property, send price and at once Want cash let us show J9t boff we bring buyer anil oiler and This department is conduct. 'd towij fOI Hie purpuM or enabling buyer- - and sellers of farmsor business proprieties to in ike (pii(;k a ee Do You Want to Sell ffOf on -- tnj-other- . -- Jno. No. No. 2 ,0 i D. Babbage -j able conclusion. But people must be REMINDED of that which is BHST. This is the reason the best are advertised. Pick up the daily papers and you will notice that the oldest, most reliable firms are the constant advertisers. things How many times do you see Uneeda Biscuits ad- .., i ' vertised? Everyday. of Tiffany & Co. H trees' '.room Svwm sndcflh, reaionu lily trooil hoOMl weil witter urn. etivl ent sen. ol d, mule! on . very Mil.1'orilnn of II. L. K urt f.iril I, Price ft. (HO i hi aeeet mi en fr. in PBtiruae', seer Sssi ale i we Ml is fruwi scaoo Ti. III n r. fiirn 1 rso SOWf . u'ihhI in nro te mi on M ii r n icfel Sills from Kkm i. .Mi m.Ii meiil l OtOsepM irsaa init In prime of Ufa. No. .i con nt v mile of liilli ic .In.ol. I ii..,. a Soul, :i I'jnircic v iniat laedlse, ml emrted si'hooi pond land Iff acres, .'i.imI nn;i levt-- land, goiHl liarn: ah laml well No. 4 laaMrvaS Millea 'mmof o M.nHardloa- '4- No. 12inhes from Irvlngton clean 0.fn.ltOO " - in I. irtied Price riiltt'Of Sbaess ami ncliool, ii I'll linllriliuis acres fV I 'Mill tellers, iroo'l ori'liuril mill wilier: M MTM lying in a i v 5 i roomdwi ltigandhal';8tenaat In tinih r. in iicres tin. while oaks Price f houses, large toiiaco liarn: 2S Bllea -- outh mile from school well watereil. a of Kirk. lev Ml SI In No. 5 SfeeteS) Oilitriem: li.eiity of tltnli.or-r. Hliruigs near Ii irn 00 Iturm Kouu. chard mill nut I nir spring, it.kiiI ilwellinir, b rooms mid cr. s. ISt) level, all can be IA lotll. nifiit and tien house, tci, am house two Mn cultivated; 1 guod dwelllofi) i rooms. loBaOM larn. stable and corn CTlb, Ned horse, nig loot barn: 3 mles from ;KM yards from Mctjuady mid school boOMi Sample Kas terms Price 11.440. Kasv i. this 171 mile Kist of (Ilea good land No. 6 tIO acres HrrckenrldiM-county- near Baaln aoll, 15 lii ati: good, strong lime stone one Springs. watereil by Wells and springs, on good y Of lilt test s... i. ..ns In t lie .iin county rood, Door good school MM churches. '.'. Ii of New fl .20H. :l stock No. 7 goodacres mile Sunt roomRockvnle. good tobacco barn con tine clover nnd barns, 4 grass dwelling tenant house, level laud, tenant house anil necessary outbuildings. land. Price 9J, lot. school huuatj and church in 300 yards. I'r h of mile II, 00 cash. 16 I3i acres located ej eos. nort cash HcQuady. I'rlct h I acre. :t m les from Kirk, dwell bs soce In yearly pa yroenta. No. 8 Inn 1H story 8 rooms an porch. fVI acres located near IrvlngloD L'oiiil well, small tenant house, good harnand isiu. 1 7 This Is one of the best firms In and stalile. good orchard that section. I'nder high State of 'uii vat Ion mmI I0O acres In one well improved No. o Two tracts the other: 124 acres and an Ideal place gI'riceon10.hard Hwell watered; f 000: cash, balance 124 acres In lo :i 8 mile, from Hsrdlotttarei loti acre on easy pameiits cated miles fr .iii HM0e8 M mile of Klngswood g. college. 18 '.""I acres 4!, Vmiles 'nun Harrtlns-bur- count sent: well ImnroTIbO best farms In the county. I'rice d one IMaereK located on the ruilrouJ No 10 H mile from Wvlistcr, good liarn $4,000. i'f mtss see' . 1 -- i . I : ' I i I ; .1 I lV iiu. it , No. I ' No. ; : No. - Mow often do you see LtaJ the firm $3,300 advertised? Every month in the leading magazines ever see the Saturday Evening Post mentioned in cold, black type? All the time. Do you 10 acr.-s2 miles from Ousto i, miles from Irvlngton; well lavs well gooil young orchard good watered timber on rural route school tiouse few yards fro " house: Improvements; go. id four room dwelling with Kitchen on luck porch: tw good b riis; b rn and ten. 'nt house ind cistern hack In the tlcld ; u. cat and hen house; will sellon easy payments; plenty wood she ofsm ii fruit. Further particulars address .Tno I. Habb.ige. Oloverport. Ky. , H ; ; ; 1; i ' ;ll'rt's four OHO QleedOOOO, 3 miles miles weiitof from branch railroad ; all treat loodi too acres in cultiva.V acres In grass; will produce the heat tion: in neighborhood) Open, wheat sod plenty lasting water, well at door of dwelling; log dwelling. I rooms and side room good stable; I tobacco barns; I tenant houses. PieOIJT "f good llmbtr for farm purpos s SJtob-teo- i good land to clear. I'rice .'.HO0 S cash. ' The Kentucky Farmer A LIVE JOURNAL PUBLISHED LOUISVILLE. KY. 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A Breckenridge Don't FIGHT OFF WORRY. Gift With Thought In It. News are the best columns and we remind you that thro them you can Compound, and when l had taken only two bottles I a big change, so I took six bottles and I am W 'Z I now strong and well again. I don t know how to express my thanks for the good it has done me and 1 hope all suffering women will give Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable w I Compound a trial. It was worth its weight In gold." Mrs. J. P. Endlicu, H. F. I). No. 7, Erie, Pa. Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, contains DO narcotic or harmholds the record ful drugs, and for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on tile in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass from women who have I been cured from almost every form of female complaints, such as fnriamma-tioulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic puma. backache, indigestion anu ueivous uroatration. Everv suffering woman iiMs it to bereeU to (rive Lydia E- ttuk- bam's Vegetable Compound a trial. to-da- Meador leaves this week for Louisville. She goes to keep house for her son, Guy. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin the fifth and left a little girl. H. S. Hardin, who was operated on last month at Rochester, Minn., was able to return to his home in Klizubeth-towMrs. Ada n Moving Picture Show At Irvington Soon. Harvester Com- The International y , n, If you want special advice write Mrs. Pink hum, l.yuii, IM aoo., f or it. It is free uud always Ueiyiul. Wilson.of LaRue county, stole a murch on her people and eloped to Jerlerbonville Wednesday. Jim V. Moorman was in Louisville last week. Misses Vertie Moorman, Leah Meador, Maud Scott and Foarl Collins, Messrs Charlie Clarkson and Schuyler Martin attended the pie supper Saturday night at the Hall school houM. Phil McUhee, (colored), left SaturFla. , where he will day for H. S. Hardin, of Mr. and Mr cook for Hliiabethtowu this winter. Miss Pass-a-Uril, Saturday. John Heith and Liie pany of America will give a moving picture show at the college building in livingtonon Tuesday evening, Nov. 21. The farmers should be unusually interested in this as it is a "Romance of the Reaper. " Remind MONEY IN iMG W lia(. Others of the best you have to We let you how, and payb market established price. We arc desler; TKK (or you IsQSl sud .in do UK in sell. thau agent or coinaiisioa merchant. References any bauk in Louprice isville. 227 21 Write for weekly M. 31 Oaslsra la FUHa, rliuta, wuul 4U 1 SABtL dvSt SONS LOOiSviLLE. Markat II. Waste Nervous Strength and Energy In Useless Fretting. Tbe liiinitlliite tWMOO of neuralgia Is blood; therefore our poison In th object Is to keep the blood pure and. healthy, sh It Is only wbeD the blood Is poor thut the iieurnlKlu iwlsons develop In It. I'oor blood Is caused by luck of sleep, lack of fresh air. improper food nnd overfatltnie. by too little exercise and by mental worry. NothliiK Is eusier to say than "lion't worry" and few thiiiKs so dlnVult to carry out. But by "Don't worry" tbe doctors nieun do not waste valuable nervous strength and energy In fret ting over things beyond your control M.il.i' a point of putting, all UfJatJ from you during meals and ubove till when fOJfj go M bed Train yourself to think Of something cheerful as you try to go to sleep; otherwise your sleep will lie harassed and til f ul and will do you very little Kud. He ua a v.ie man who made It a ri le to think of nothing disagree:! dc after 10 o'clock at night, lie at any rate could never have been a victim to neuralgia. Keep up the general tone of tbe nervous system und you will have little difficulty lu keeping off nervous ailments, notably neuralgia. London I Mail What other Christmas present costs so little and means so much as a subscription to The Youth's Companion ."a weeks for f I.75? It is a gift which benefits not only the one who receives it, but every member of the household. With many Christmas presents the sense of novelty wears off by the week's nul but The Youth's Companion is as new and sought ufter the week of the year as it was the tirst. It is elastic in its adaptability, too; for it does not matter whether the present is lor .1 boy or girl , young married osjs pie, sedate couples, grand-parent- s there never was one yet who did not set store by The Youth's Companiou. You cannot make u mistake if you give The Companion- - and it is only $1.75 a year now. On January I. ltU the price will be advanced to Jli. 00. The one to wnom you give the subscription will receive free The Companion's Calendar for Kl '. lithographed in ten colors and gold, ami you, too, as giver of the subscription, will receive a copy of the Calendar. The Youth's Companion, 14 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. fifty-seco-- OK. 301 Kirs 1f IHL iOI 'II' 'N' -- ll ivi ffV 'Ul hlanm Qothe. Correct Clothing for Men at Alexander's I Suits, Overcoats All measure. H.ve a Big Line of d to select from and they have a standard of style to suit all Raincoats Special Prices wool hand-mad- e high-claI Suits from $10 to $20 ss You can have your clothes made to order by Below cost will sell several suits I tailors. Fit guaranteed. Let us take your have in broken lots; these are good patterns. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Star Brand Shoes Long Coats in Hoar Skin and Broad per yard Star Brand Shoe are letter for men, wo- Yard wide cotton $15 per yard men and children liecati.se they are solid Hope bleached cotton leather, no substitute.-- for leather are used per yard Ladies' Goat Suits in them. Nobby style for young folks. Men's heavy Mecce lined underwear, worth 50c at Smart fashion; Black, Blue and Brown; 1C prices 8 bars Lennox Millinery Goes Cost 010 Soap $ioio clever makes; price iH'2.(M to , Cloth: all color; all solid leather; heavy work shoe; gun Qood Calico metal, patent, vici kid. 4c 4ic 7c 39c 2 :? can Hominy cans Tomotoe- - 15c 25c 0 .") 5 cans Corn pounds Soda meat 25c 10c at 25c Best side 12c u See the bargains in White and Granite Ware on my 10c counter El). F. ALEXANDER, foil. ioi 'lit f- - " 3 BE Second Record Breaker Ky., iic7-- m i,, i Irvington, Ky. g?Ti IUi )(iu. n -- m IRVINGTON S LATEST NEWS EVENTS Hardaway Stith Week Rev. ing Revival At SOCIETY AND Wedding Mr. May Next Hold- Sonora CLUB NOTES .dr. anil Mrs Charlie 1. Hardaway have announced the engagement of their (Uughter. Miss Fannie Cain Har dawav to Benjamin Lojhinor Stith. The wedding will take place November 22. Miss Carrie I) Frakes, who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs. Allen Stith, of near Nig Spring, is now the guest of Mrs. 0. I Bailey. Kev. L K. May left Monday moin-in- g far Sonora, where lie will been gaged in a series ol meetings for two weeks Mrs. Annie Ilcrr.don and Mrs. Chas Claycemb left iast week for a week's visit to Mrs. Phillip! at Madisonvihe Later Mrs. Hermlon will go to when she will be '.he guest of her ncice, Mrs. liailey Walier. Mrs. V. R Phillip and son, Lewis, who have been spending a month with her sister, Mrs. Geo. N. Lyddan, left Thursday fjr tier home in Sumpter, S. C. Mora Calloway is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Fidelia Galloway. Mra.N unia Parry hs returned from Fords ville. Dr. W. B Taylor returned Tuesday from Hodgrasvllle. retjrned Mrs. Mary Itramlenburg home from Tip Top Monday. Mrs. l.arue Cox and daughter, Kath-erine- , and mother, Mrs. J no Cox, are D Brashear. at home after visiting Mrs. T. E Ditto W. P, Law son has returned from in Louisville. Denver, Col., wnere he visited his wife and daughter, who are in that city under treatment. J. B. Biggs, manager of Charles I & Co oranch produce house at this place, reports a splendid business of the past year The sale amounted to $W,(HX). Chas. Wiggiugton & Co. are one of the oldest firms in the county and are. the sincere, loving thoug its the merchants and farmers will do of those to whom you love best well to ship their produce to them, as they pay the highest cash prices. We have lieautiful to give. The Rev. F. K.Margetts, field speakarticle for Chi itnms n league, spoke at er of the the Baptist church Sunday. Miss Kliza l'iggott entertained Friday evening with a tacky party. Mrs. I'earl Biggers, of Dallas, Texas Gold and Silver Pieces is here securing a music class. She comes highlo recommended by the Rev. T. W. Wiiiiam, of Louisville, former pastor of this Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stith and children, of Uig Spring, were the w eek cud guests of Mr. G. W. Lyddan. Piatt Lewis, of Louisville, was here vinting his sister, Mrs. Viola Lewis. Special order- - are taken now Mrs J. J.Tilford and daughter, Mrs. for anything you want Clarence Dtweese, was in Louie wile last week. "Lread bakiug success is guaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour". oHop-kitiivii- The manv friends of A. T. Adkins are glad to know that he is able to be out, after being confined to his home for several weeks on account of a fall. Mrs Nar.nie J.Wathen was in Louis ville last week. Mrs. Clarence DeWeesc. of Fords ville, has visited her mother, Mrs. J. J Til ford. Miss Liz.ie Hilf, after spending ten days with her sister, Mrs Jno Nevitt at lias:n Springs, expects to leave this week for Paris, Texas. Miss lieuUr, Dice came up from Tar- and is visiting her Fork Tuesday brother, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice. Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan spent the first of the week in Louisville shopping. Mrs. Wariield who has been v siting Mrs. J. K. Ilrain'.ette for the past month, left Saturday for her home in Ekron. of Missionary Society The the Methodist church, neld a social meeting and quilting bee at Mrs Jonas I. vims -. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. V. J. Figgott was the reader. Mis. T. K. Arneli, of Fairburg.Neb. is here on a visit ;o her neice, Mrs. iieo. N. Lyddan. Mr and Mis Hate Washington, who has been spending several days in Louisville witn their daughters, Mrs. Harry Major ana Mrs. Perry Weaver, return home toaay. Mis T W. Wiliiarns has returned to Louisville. The opening meeting of the Missionary Society o! the Presbyteiian church was postponed on Thursday evening on account of the serious illness of Grandmother Don ell. Mrs Kathanr.e Wimp, of Uranden-ouig- , Wbu uas been Itie gucsl of .Mr. ami Mrs. Jno. H. Winijj, left Tnursuay tor Ower.sboio, wnere sne wih spend the winter witn her daughter, Mrs. J. , Jefferson County, Potato Crop - A THE OLD RELIABLE The harvesting- of the big second crop potatoes in Jefferson county is now being rushed in order to get the crop out before unfavorable weather beginsi The crop is larger than any previous second crop ever produced according to thase who keep in touch with the situation, 'and is larger than this year's first crop. More than .'0,000 barrels of seed weie planted for the second crop of BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing. Parsed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. this year. Three barrels are about the average planted to the acre, so that the area planted was about 10,000 acres. Figuring 100 bushels to the acre, a conservative estimate, the crop will aggregate 1,000,000 bushels, the An absolutely Safe Place lo do Business. EXAMINED APRIL 10-1- 2 3 per cent on Time Deposits A Lnnlir h Aiavht Wig-gmgtj- n of Christmas major portion of which are Cobbler, Carmen and other white varieties. The crop will be sold principally for seed purposes. Farmers Home Journal ville and Mr. Jessie Walls, of Kirk, were here visiting friends Sunday. The KMthing spray of lily's Liquid Fine coo'.dug stoves at Mrs. McCul -Lnaii) Bdin, used in an atomizer, is an bins. unspeakable relief to sufferers from Mesdames (J. A. Tinus and G. VV Sjmeol them describe it as a Cod-sen- Payne, attended Loren.a Dowell's and no wonder. The thick, tout funeral at Sample Friday. discharge is dislodged and the patient Gordon Payne went to Union Star breathes Irtely, perhaps lor the first Monday to visit his grand-motheMrs. s time in weeks. Liquid Cream Balm H. Dowell. all the heal ng, pui i ying elements The dinner given by the ladies of the of the solid fatal, and it never fails to Sold by all drug' ists for 1C, Baptist church, was a success, the prosatish Including spiaying lute, or mailed by ceeds amounting to 35.00. If you need a heatiug stove, no to Fly Bios , y', V irieu Street, New York. Mrs. McUubbin's department stone. Mrs. Chris Bureh and son, Ccrbett, Three Comets Visible were in town shopping last week. I have just received a new line of Three comets are now visible in the Rubber Overshoes. Call and see them. sky, two in the morning and one in the evening. The Brooks comet which has The prices will surprise you, G W. a tail ten degrees long, formerly ap- Payne. Mrs. Henry Ploch and daughter, peared in the evening, but passed to the other side of the sun and is now Miss Katie, of Tell City, were visiting visible in the eastern horizon in the Miss elma Lav last week. early morning, together with the new Brick, salt, lime, cement and plaster comet, I9I G, which is a tramp dis- hair at Mrs. McCubbins. covered by a Kussian observer. The Henry Waggoner, of Hites Run, was comet loll G has a tail about two dehere visiting relatives last week. grees long. The Ouinnessette which Hats at cost. Mrs. (i. W. Payne. appears in the evening has no tail. All are beginning to fade and may John Crawford, of Mississippi, it soon disappear. Uniontown Telegram with his mother for a while. New line of turuiture Mre. McCubbins. STEPHENSPORT NEWS Miss L. B McGlothlan was in town last week. While here she was with Mrs. W. B. Gardner. Lorenza Dowell Died at Sample Will Head was in town Monday. Born to the wife of Allie Blaine, Nov. con-t-dni I BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 telegraph office. Bread baking success is guaranteed you use the Lewisport BEST Flour. Shoes with style and of good material at Mrs. McCubbius, Gordon Payne left Tuesday night for Hawesvllle where he will work in the if r iiiiici v wild id About Hardware Paints that are made for indoors and outdoors. If you are planning: to makeover a bedroom ask us about paints. We can furnish you paints that Harmonize. A pink room is beautiful , with white dark red floor and the old furniture painted white. A light blue ehair gives the room a French wood-work- Improvement League. Irvington, Ky., Nov. 11 (Special ) The school improvement league met on Monday afternoon. Several committees were appointed to investigate school conditions and undertake to improve them The 'next regular meeting will be on Friday afternoon after the first Sunday in December. A committee was appointed to arrange a program for the meeting. All citizens interested in the improvement of the schools are asked to become members of the tone. GIST0N. There will be a Teacher's Association held at this place Saturday, Nov. 18, Mrs. Margaret Hardaway has returned to Stith's Valley after a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Childs and Mrs. Coleman. G. W. Smith is with his son, E. L. Smith. Leon Lewis, of Louisville, visited at Miss Eva Carrigan's home last week. Mrs Rice, of Hancock county, was the guest of her sons, Herman and Lawrence Rice, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Annie Hayoes and baby, of low er Meade, were over night guests of her brother, Claude Myers, and leturned home Sunday. Miss Maud Adkisson, of Salem neigh borhood, is visiting her grand-motheMrs. Mary Coleman, and attended the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin, of Custer, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Eli Johnson returned home after a week s stay in Louisville. The children of Messrs Tom and Charlie Auderson are very ill of throat trouble. Mrs. Russell Arneli, of Nebraska, and Mrs. Lauren Farrott, of Soutn Carolina, visited their aunts, Mrs. Childs and Mrs. Coleman last week. The meeting conducted by Rev. Adair, the pastor, and Rev. Elliott, of Hodgeusville, closed Sunday night with to the church. three addition Rev. Elliott was here in a meeting several years ago and was gladly welcomed back in our midst. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. r, White and Blue Kitchen Shower for Brides is the latest. We have a beautiful line of Enamel Ware in blue and white for the kitchen. Our stock of Rooting, Wire Fence, Saddles and Bridles is e. pleasure and reduce your cost of living. McGlothlan & Come in and talk over your house repairing and other plans with us. We can increase your son, irvington. Welcome And Frequent Visitor. Mr. Dick Skillman. of West Point, is the guest of his son. Wallace Skillman and Mrs. Skillman. He is always a welcome visitor to Cloverport, where he has many friends among young and old. Shellman Has A Fern 6 a girl. Eight anti-saloo- Feet Personals Across-Ot- her JEWELRY Wedding Silver Repair Work Herman 1). Lay, of Norfolk, Va.was here last week. Lorenza Dowell, of Sample, died Thursday morning. The funeral was held at Sample Friday morning and in terment was in the Union Star ceme- tary at o'clock, p. ui. House and roofing paints and oils at Mta. MeCubbiuH. Mrs. McCubbins has received a large line of excellent cloaks for ladies and children. D) you need a nice rag carpet? If so, go to G. W. Payne's. Mrs. R. A. Shellman has a Boston fern that measures eight feet in width. If any body has a larger one, let us hear from you. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins invites you to aee her new fall goods of merchandise. Miss Esther Payne is suffering with Popular Little Girl Home. The many friends of little Miss Ruby Haynes Hook will be glad to know that the operation on her throat was successful. The operation took place at at St. Joseph's Infirmaty, in Louisville. She was accompanied by Dr. Moreman and her parents, Mr and Mrs. Chas, Hook. They have returned to their home in Irvington. T. C. Lewis Hardiiisbiirg, Kentucky $3.50 Misses Lillian and Kuth Elder were in town shopping one day last week. Washing Tubs, the largest size.Jonly tin cents at G. W. Pavne'a. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Shellman dined with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dowell Sun day. Mrs. M. A. McCubbiiu entertained Mrs. H Lay. of New Albany, Mrs. E. Louisville Evening l'ost H. Miller and Mrs. Paulman to dinner and breckenridge News one day last week. one year f3 j0. Miss Abbye Whlttioghill, of Fords- - tonsilitis. t'iue overcoat Irom $3 to fit -- Mrs. McCubbins. Miss Brook Hall, of Union Star, was visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. A. Smith last week. Roofing and ceiling paper at Mrs. McCubbins. Miss Marguerite Horsey left last week for Louisville where she will make her future home. Charlie Waggoner went to Cloverport Farm Posted I forbid hunting, killing game, trapping: or trespassing uo my farm through day or night on and after this date Novemhnr is Mrs. Jack Gross, Holt, Ky. Tuesday.