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The Breckenridge news: November 29, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911112901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 29, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THI; NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVI WM. S. SANDERS ACCIDENTLY KILLED. OF As FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WFEI)Nli5I)AY, NOVEMBER 29, 1911. "THE ROMANCE OF THE REAPER" Pages No. 21 Meets Death in a Most Peculiar In The Circuit Court And The Grist Ground Out Friday. Way While Helping to Move Grand Jury Returned Three An Engine on the Farm of Indictments Adjourned WedWalter Boling- - Funeral Held -- Pictured to Cloverport and Breckinridge County Last Week. Beautiful Field Scenes of the World and the Making and Working of Farm Machines Were Given in the International Harvester Company's Show ThursBrief Sketch of McCormick. day Night. WrlWM fof UN er BAKING POWDER Absoluiety Pure ROYAL YOUNG I Wlie-.fvfour big me", well dressed and with one ourpose h i a town you From Hancock Clarion LEAVES WIFE AND 2 BROTHERS may be assured as Mr Slang would Circuit court co ti"e ned Monday morn- s,iv. "There's going to be something Wm. 8. Sanders met dMth in R pe- ing with Judge T. f, Bi'kiw id on the doing " And you could not blame a culiar Wfy Kriday Mt 19:3,0 p m n I'.e bencii. The court :i''jnur:)ed yesterdav, girl for primping her hair over her farni of Walter Holing, knowu as the after disposing of the following busi- forehead and rubbing the powder cloth ness: over her nose right quickly befo e she "Bete Place. " The atorjr ol the acciink & meets them. Thursday Mr. Kdwin L The suit of Ha'din-bur- g I dent, irt told as follow! Mr. lit vi le L Mr. Saucier whs leaning agalatt a Trust Co assignee of thi Tivo Stat rl Barker, of Chicago. am tree mid supposed lo have bedi Bank, on a M0 note against the Happy Pace, of Elizabethtown, Mr J.H Bon 11 watching to see if lh- - engine Whs mov-iu- g, Hollow Tobacco Co , was dismissed durant, of Brandenburg, and Mr. K ground being soft tusking il without prejudice, as the proof had Lockwnod, an expert motion picture the fully shown that the note had already operator, came to Clo crportf They did very difficult to handle it. to move the been paid by the deposition of T. I) not set the town afire, but got the peoMr. Sanders was helpmg ple and farmers to thinking. They engine with his team and set of blocks; Hale, cashier Of the Hawesville Bank In the action of the same bank were representing the International his team being hitched to the engine on Harvester Company, of America They and two other teams lo the bloOka t ihc against the Postal Store to recover W'.ien he stepped three notes aggregating $1,800, there brought with them their story, "The of the accident. titne finally Romance of The Reaper,'' with colorto the tree the wheels on the side thai was long controversy, but it Alter went to trial before Judge Birkhead, ed views and motion pictures. was on high mouud. They had a hard lime getting to the engine was pulled about three feet and Miss Lena Payne, assistant cashier years, show, for Cloverport like hundrtds of the wheels mired to the axle and the of the Two States Bank for seven Postother small towns, has no auditorium opposite wheels were on higher ground, testified to the notes signed "The SecreThey worked like turks, until tinaliy, making the engine topple over toward al Store Co., by Alibel Allen, Mt. Saudera was leaning tary," as having been signed by John they succeeded in getting the A 0 U.W the tree that struck him on S. Adair. She said she saw him write Hall, the use of which was greatly apgainst. The was the head mashing it beyond recognition often during the seven years she M MM preciated. If the International Har with bin. The deposition also of . enuring instant death. vester representatives come to your at When John Jennings, John Furrow Allen was read. The court held that J town, help them to get a place if you and C. W. Hamman reached the scene R. Higdon representingseveral creditors have to roll up your sleeves and pitch days in which to take a tent Their snow is worm it. It is of the accident, about 8:30 p. m.i Vu WM given fifteen as when more evidence to show there was no educational. It gives you a heaity body was in the same position W. S. iaugh, brings back the das when you struck. Tney, with the assistance of consideration for the notes. Morrison, attorney for L. S. Powers, were a leetle fellow on the farm, and Walter Holing, Ed Newton and otbeis of the mill crew, with the a;d of the assignee of the Postal Store, contended gives you visions of a visit to far away blocks, drew the engine backward and strongly that Adair had no right to countries. released Mr. Sanders. Thr body was sign the notes as he did and bind the 000 brought to Cloverport by C. W. Hiin-ma- Postal Store. The court ruled that the "The Romance of Tne Reaper'' is were the act of the Postal Store, and prepared for burial in the notes but reserved his opinion for further the story of the progress of farming Cloverport cemetery. for the from the time before Capt. John Smith Mr. Sanders was born June 'Hi, I87O, proof as to "no consideration'' came to America from England and notes b and was married to Miss Melinda The suit of Jas. R. Higdon vs. the downed the lazy man with that ruli April 3O, 1S,6.. He was a memThe man who does noL work, shall for damages because ber of the Hi gab Baptist church and City of Hawesville of grading in front of his property, was not eat." Colored pictures were given, M W. the Cloverport Camp No, l2l72 snowing where elephants and camels of A. The members of the or ml of- continued remaining railroad damage were used instead of macnines. Now The three ficiated at the fu:ieral which tiofe place wreck in the Nar- the latest implements are sent to Kgypt, Saturday afuraoou c induote I by the suits resulting in the Sirows in July of I9IO were dismissed, China, Japan, Southern Russia and Rev. Mr. Frank Lewi. settled, the railroad company paying beria. But Uncle Sam has learned that Besides his wife Mr. S.tiders is sur$50 to Fred Riley, $151) to the farmers of these countries and the vived by two brothers, Owen Sanders, all cost and Maud Williams and f$0 to Virginia French, Swedish and Knglisn farmers of Bvaokville, an J 11 Sui leis, of thi have to pay more for machinery than Taylor, all colored. city. In the action ot Win. Butler, colored you do. Tne six foot binder that you against the L. H. ft St. L. railroad can buy from Conrad, Payne and Coin Good What Twenty-seve- n company for damaffCN because of being pany, of Cloverport, McGlothlan a. id Men Did at Custer. struck on the head and injured bv a Son, and Irvington Hardware an lm water supply pipe, the jury failed to nlemeiit Company, of Irvinjton, I!. F. Twontv seven member of the agree. He was asking for $5,000, four Heard .V, Company, of llardinsburtf. ivioderu Woodmen of America of of the jury being opposed to anything and Jesse Howard, of Gien Dean, also the Custer lodge gathered thirty - and the remainder willing to give 10o other local dealers, for $125. 00 costs the Garmar. farmer fgU8.QQ ve acres of corn this morning' , i n Dlio-naug1 1 Saturday Afternoon. nesday. hIMH 1111 I IImt by LoatSS ' and trie State, $61)0, let! UN paid twelve jurors for five days and f2" paid the .Tnilt r and Sheriff; leaving the Statef4.S.M)iit of fi.ooo.OO Bullitt coun tv gets nothing, and ultimately the farmer will pay the whole thing." But ultimately the farmers will pay more than they imagirc. No company can afford to pay to the lawyers a fs.oi'O license for the privilege of doing business in a County, and sooner or later they will drive large companies from the State. To take modern farm ma-- : chines out of Kentucky would set the State back a hundred years, and greatly reduce the earning capacity of our MO.000 The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHO8PHATE plemetit il. a'er vmi rpii'l-- t fallow in foot Steps of th". rOWPenfrtl t ' ve and talk the machine, ami never tail to give out the pnoklet-- . of infottnaion concerning then that ne tor nithid by the Company. Ii's r ch to feel the exc tetneut of this great system of bread making plants. If you are not a Healer, if you are a home girl in the kitchen or a boy out on the farm write to The H. C. Service Hureau in the Harvester Huilding. Chicago, tor their articles They tell of the intangible things of life and the IMMWH of grains of wheat and balls of twine. This is a bureau of free service. Juestions (h aling with farm problems are answered. If you want to get up a program for your school, farmer's write them. Photographs and lantern slides are loaned. All kinds of help and advice are given to those interested in making their daily bread. If this motion picture snow ever comes vour way, go to it, if you have to wa,k kae deep in the mud. - MAN DIES ITine Barbee Victim Of Typhoid Fever Was Just Twenty- Three Years Of , --- Age-Fun- eral Held At Tar Fork e farms." 000 The audience was thrilled with the human interest of this business ro mancf. The small boys hit each other in excitement and bent double with laughter at the n otion pictures that, although, were senouj gave hits of trie funny side of life. The picture of McCormick was an inspiration In his fac could be read his splendid character and you could imagine the joy that he must have felt when just stepping into manhood, he pushed his first reaper out of the EPW0RTH LEAGUE BUSINESS blacksmith's shop on his father's farm In Virginia. McCormick believtd in MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT advertising. He rode from Virginia to Nebraska telling everybody about The Kpworth League If nn.vout tl at hN reaper. While he was riding a large number attend the business through the West he was imagining in Meting Tuesday night at 7:.'i0 o'clock. his rnind an industry to build farm im- An election of two important otlice s year Tine Barbee. age twenty-threand the only son of Mr. and .Mrs. Burlston tar bee. died of typhoid fever November the twenty-fourtn- . The body was taken to the Tar Fork church the following day and I beautiful funeral was preached. The remains were laid to rest in the Tar Fork giave-yar- d to wait the resurrection morn. Truly it can be said a good boy has gone. I Mr. Sultzer Honored. Mr. .1. V. Saltier, resident of Cunnolton lor forty years, whs :tt the reoenl election in electa New .Mexico to represent the district in the State Senate. Therefore be will be a member of the Hist legislitive body of that new State. Mr. plements. As you walk through your will be held. Tne treasurer is Suit zer represented Perry county anxious lield do you ever imagine having one of for the members to bring their pocket In the Legislature that sent Hen- these line manure spreaders or gasoline books with them. jaman Harrison to the limed tractors made ty the International States Senate. - Tell City Newa, Harvester Company? It is said imagination of greater things is what is TWO NOTED THOROUGHBREDS l ' net tied in the lives of many people to day. One day McCormick must have gotten homesick for he turned his horse's head to the Kast When he rode into Chicago, In 1847 then a small city, the thought came to him that this was the place for the plant of his imagination. He got up his courage, wrote letters home saying he would be there soon In a short while he was sending reapers as well as lettars to old Virginia Tnen Ik- branched out, bought other farming implement plants and got hold of all the business he could, just like you or any other man witn the capacity would do. PERISH IN STOCK FARM FIRE winner of the Latonia other big races, and County Tax were burned to death in a tire Inch destroyed the barn of Capt. James T. Williams, near Spring Station, Ky. Capt. Williams valued Gov. Gray at ffS.fOO. tiov. Orev. Dei by and Card Of Thanks. i and sawed wood this afternoon for Earl Kasey who accidentia shot off his thumb a few weeks ago. Hustling Farmers. The Heard Bros, are hustling farmers. At their place Monday they had a corn shredder and a baler going at full speed. These are two great machines on a farm. They save time, money and feed. The Beards are feeding 130 head of cattle and a lot of mules. Their corn is turning out fairly well. Mr. Payne Resigns Jas. W. Payne, who hat been agent for the Henderton Route at Harned for the past twelve years, has resigned hi place and it succeeded by Joe Mr. l'avne ttill retains the post office which ho hae moved to Robert Weatherford's ttoro. He hat nearly fifteen years. been Mc-Crupost-matt- MJjUWH To Be Selected By McCreary As Private Secretary. I Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 22. It is definitely known here today that Thos. J, Smith, of Richmond, will be private secretary to Governor-elec- t McCreary. Agricultural Commissioner Newman announces that Hariy McCarty, the Nicholasville editor, will be clerk of the state board of agriculture, and that Mrs. Christie Parks, of Louisville, will be a clerk in the department. State Senator (ius Brown, of the Fourth district, is the latest tip for first assistant attorney general. tucky. "Sad to relate, in this State there is It is said a Louisville lawyer is al a law by which any prosecuting attor so being considered for this place. ney can bring suit against any corporaVisiting Relatives. Mr. und Mrs. Something About The Prices Mr. Harker, who has charge of a larye amount of the work of the Pub licitv Department, said that in spile ot tne fact that the cost of raw materials and wages nave greatly advanced since the organization of The International Har vester Company, the price of farm machines is but a little more now than tnen. He also made it clear that his Company it the best friend the farmer has the trust of the man behind tne plow because the company lets any farmer, who is worth the salt that goes in his bread, have a machine on time and trusts him for the money. The International Harvester Company Is like a good, substantial business man, perhaps it is not perfect any more than the leading citizen of your town is perfect, but it is fair and square with tUe people. Mr. Barker went on to give the following fai ts in regard to the situation of the Company in Ken- Hendrick Brickey Christ. They will visit relatives the tweuty-fii'tbeaatiful and ac- in Louisville and OfMteel oro beThe bride is the complished daughter of Mr and Mrs fore returning to their home in Hecently one of these suits was Wartield Hendrick. Tne groom it the brought in Hullitt County. Heie is what Jackson, liiaft, Mr. Carson lia- son of Mr. Gabe Mrickey. They will it: business and a tine the Niieplu dswlle News said about afmake their home with the groom's prosperous "In the Circuit Court last Saturday family. father tor the present ternoon the jury trying the case of the Commonwealth vs. the International Farm Posted. Citizens Will Unite in Harvester Company of America re1 forbid hunting, killing game, turned a verdict for the full amount Tomorrow. Thanks trespassing on my allowed bv law, 5. tOJ Of this amount, The citizens of Cloveriori will trapping or stands, the Common through day or uight on aud if the verdict unite in observing the National farm wealth's Attorney will get M0I 29. County Attorney, $1.2)0; Circuit Clerk, Ttutnksgiviuj; service at the Meth- after this date November Louis Sahlie. $0UO.oo; Trustee of the jury fund, $130, odist cnurcb at 10:30 a. il. t. 11 -- Miss Lena Hendrick and Mr. Charles and sou, Percy, were here last Brickey, of Hardinsburg, were married at Joffersonville Tuesday, November week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Finest Carson tion doing business in Kentucky; the Commonwealth pays the cost of prosecution, aud should a jury assess a fine, and the tine ever be collected, the taxpayers of the county in which suit is brought are not benefited, but the at torneys and court officers put SS per cent of the fine into their own pockets l Tne system of the International Harvester plants was given in the motion pictures. Some of the factories a id MURDER CASE their machinery in operation were shown. A binder is dropped into a wei of paint and painted all at once. Of The Commonwealth Against In these factories are men. women Noal Boarman Continued. and young girls working with all their Sales Of Land. might. The girls test every yard of It Goes Over Until April twine, and by the way, this twine was Commissioner Lee Walls made the perfected so it could be used on the Term. following sales at the court house door binders instead of wire, as wire often in Hardinsburg Monday. got in the throats of horses and the The prosecution against Noel Hoar The Canary tract was knncktd otf to cattle 011 the farm. The International man, charged with murdering Hert M. J. Canary for II50. Harvester Company even looks aftf r was called at 10:110 Thursday. Smith house and lot in Hardinsburg the dumb animals as well as human The commonwealth, represented by was bought by the colored M. E. beings. When their employers become Hen D. Ringo and J. R. Higdon, anchurch for $."$75. ill they take care of them. If their men nounced ready, but the defense, thru get old in the service and too feeble to The Wilson tract of land, near attorney E. C. Vance, said without the was purchased by Jack Cooper for work they are pensioned. In times of presence witnesses the de of certain fjajo, distress, illness and death they look affense was not ready, and he submitted ter their employee's family for a most an affidavit as to wh..t these witnesses Cheney tract ot land, near Constan-tine- , reasonable length of time. Will Chaney had the best bid and would prove. "Tiie Romance of The Heaper" The prosecution being unwilling to got it for $45 the heart of the International admit the alleged testinionv in the Green Bros., Kails of Rough, bought Harvester Company, and though Its affidavit, the trial was continued until the Levi Chancellor tract of land for builder is dead, yet, at the head of the the April term of court and set tor the $1100. Corporation there are men men like you second day, nearly The wituei-sesLaura Kennedy house and lot in Garwho stand for high character, ambit- fifty, were recognized to appear on that field was knocked off to Hawkins ions and ideals. This story is to bring day. Twenty-livof them are from Smith and Dennie Sheeran for 500. these men, you and your local dealers Hopkins and Christian counties, and into a closer harmony that will develop each of these foreign witnesses will be Good News From Home a greater Kentucky, a greater Amerpaid at the rate of 4c per mile for the Boy In California. ica and a greater world. dKunee traveled in going aud coining, besides witness fees. At euch term of Iiear Mr. Habbage: Heuse change will amount M nearly f J5O 0b. court inv address from Los Angles, Cat., to After the show Mi. Pace said that he Failing to give bond, Hourman is again El Centro, Cul. Great place this is. had to start out early the next morn- in jail until April. Imperial Valley cotton took first prise ing to get results to sell machines. If Hoai man appeured in court looking at the New York show recently. Richyou are interested in buying an imple much better in every way than when est l..nd in the world. ment for your farm, drop Mr. Pace a he was arraigned last July on examinI would like to see more Breckeoridge card at Kluabethtown. tie will come ing triul, apparently much improved by Dr. Wimp, Roy county boys here. at once to see you and you will like his four months in the county hlui. Mr. Pace, Mr. Barker aud Mr. .Mil Forty wiluesses for him were call- - Wimp and Ike McCoy are doing line here. Send some more like them out. uonouiauw lena.u.y a. wrappea uped Xhey ure from various places in inlhsirwora. Mr. Hondurant was a Hopkius ,.muUv, where it is claimed Dollars here to dimes in the East. No walking advertisement tor The Inter- - Boarman was ou the occasion when the snow, no rain, just balmy sunshine Best wishes weather the year round. national Harvester Company. He did murd.r W(U c,olumittea. --Clarion, to Louise and ouiself. a boy get by him without not let even . Koy Moorman. giving him a word about "The Romance Subscribe Right Now. El Centro, Cat Nov. itO, 1911. of The Reaper.'' If you are a local lm- v. We want to thank all friends for the kindness shown at the accident and death of our loved one, Win. T. SandersMrs. Malinda Sande's. (). W Sanders and James K Sanders the County Court. The will of August Dutschke was probatad by Dr. J, B. Mr. Dutschke left all of his estate, both real and personal, to his wife, Polly Dutschke. At her deutli it is to be divided equally among his children, Mrs. Dutmohkg is to qualifj aa executrix without bond. J, M. Herndttn ad othera filed petition to establish graded school in rvingtoo It provide for a tax of 50 cents on the $100 worth ot property unci a per capita tax of 11, County Attorney Eskridge is asking the court to set aside the sale of the Neafus stock of goods at It vinirton on account of it- - not being auihcrized ly the court. In Fry-mire. Rock-val- e, , e 11 Bid SPRING Moormnn is ill. Mrs. l'ros,in Foot, nf Irving' ton, was called ti the lodidfi of hor mother. Mrs John Witt. It. S. ( 'larks.. n r. turned homo AchilU-- Relieves Instantlyi Sloan's Liniment is a gTcat remedy for backache. It penetrates and relieve the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. Backache I Come to Louisville end of the huiMine) first Moor. We, will at Our Expense ( k. Railroad Fares Rebated Through the Holiday Season Until Christmas. round trip from your PDRCHA8K return ticket ticketyour sales home to Louisville. When you have oupleted your shopping in this, stoie and checks, which are friven you with each purchase, to the credit de-(South Friday Iron Lovtei Ma. Mr. Stcphcnsim. of (Vcilia, was lu re last week. refund to you in cash ft Supf. Powell visitoil tho school last week. Mrs. .luek'on w low with pneumonia. round trip rsilroad fare per cent of your purchases up to the smount of your Here' Proof. had my bark hurt in the Hoer Wat t )ii nrwt in S,in vfitt ago I wan 'lit by a itrret BBff in the name place. i mca an kina ni nnp wumnit Two wrcka ago I aaw your lnu mem in a drun store anl gut a bottle to try. 1 he first .ipph .it ion t auatd itiKtant relief, anH now txcrpt Uit a little ttiff-neaI am aimoat well.' I C. C. Martin was in Louisville last week Dr. Sir Mum rtiiriiod to Kf aabora Wadaaaday. Bra, Kinsr attended the hiiriul of his brother, Bit Qaba Kinir. at Hodeiiville last week. Gay Simpson attended the pie supper tit Kkron Thursday night. Kd Powell, of Kkron. whs the guest of his brother, I'ate Powell, last week. Mr. Odell whs here last week i Splendidly Prepared in Holiday Merchandise Stewart's Louisville Christmas Store. Mail FLkTUIKK NORMAN. Wliittier, Calif. SLOAN'S LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. "Sloan's I.inimont iMhebrit for rheumatism. h.ivcuscdsix bottles of it and it is grand." Sold by all Dealers. writr-s- 61 Complete Stores Under One Roof. Write to-da- Gifts for Every Occasion and Merchandise for Every Need Orders Filled. Anything Needed in Christmas Merchandise. y Mm K. Rim of Brooklyn, 1 N.Y., : THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., vacated by H. A. Dutschke. 'Wp I t LOUISVILLE, KY. As, delivering fruit t ree. Sheriff Tucker, of Hreekenridjre county, 'ind Sherit! Bickett, of Mend, were here last week. Mrs. John Witt is quite ill. (m Leah Mendor has returned from LooilTllto. Mavme Robinson returned Mi to Owaasboro S.iturdny lifter a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D 1 Price. 25c. 50c, and $ .00. 1 Im da way. Hre;il b.ikins is guaranteed a success f you use Lewisport BBST Flour. Stomach acd Liver Chamberluin's Tablets do not sicken or giipe.and muy be taken with perfect safety bv the most delicate women or the younuest child. The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aklitiR and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels. For sale bv all dealers. Two Birthdays Celebrated.) Mr-- Moorman, aged Miss Bath tion. and Clabs and other bodies thai wish Moorman, aired one year, were gueata of honor last Tuesday at to participate should notify the the home of the little one's par- Executive Committee is soon ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moor possible, in order that they may BMB, of Glen Dean. Thirty friends he Resigned position in the parade. Citizens Executive Committee were present in celebration of the two birthdays. The'oocanion wis of Frankfort. S. French Hose, Ch'n. one of great delight. El wood Ikid It on, Amanda treaty-thre- e, 1 i . "Let Him That is Without Sin." Lon BuMfa, official State Hunk Hogs and Ja Lxaminer for Kentucky, has been '''iJMJP ''ni free. indicted for falsely swearing to a (atement of the Hank of Ken- tuck v at Lexington, of which he was former cashier. This is the same Rogers who swooped down on the Stephensport hank, and other hanks, causing the cashiers to close their doors and flee; at the same time theii friends claim Inaugural Invitation. they could, with a very reasonable The inauguration of .lames H. extension of a dav or two, have McCie.iry. as (iovernor, and made good and avoided the huJ, McDennott, as Lieuten- miliation and disgrace that fol- ant (Iovernor. will take place at owed. Hancock Clarion. the Capitol. Frankfort, at noon on "I do not believe there is any other Tuesday, December 12. 1911. medicine so ood for whooping cough All Kent uekians. regardless of as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," party sfflliationa, are most cor- rritM Mrs. Francis Turpin. Junction Mty, Ore. This remedy is also unsur-mmdially invited to attend the Fcr sale for colds and croup. incident to the inaugura- by all dealers. Kd-uar- Gordon Payne and sister, Miss Esther, spent Saturday in Cloverport the guests of Prof. McCoy and wife. N. G. Barbee attendee! the funeral of Augustus Dutschke at Lodiburg Tnurs-diV. ....COME TO.... I McGLOTHLAN & SON Irvington, Kentucky, while you can and buy an Mrs. G. W. Payne spent Sunday and Monday in Union Star the guest ot her brother, W. Dowoll. Miss Cecil Dix has accepted a tion as clerk at McCubbin's store ing the holidays. Go posi- dur- ANCHOR BRAND STOVE and get a full net of Checkers and Board as long as they last. A nice game for long winter even- ) to G. W. Payne's for men's high top shoes. Gordon Payne is in Stanley this week. Rev. Henrv Jarboe filled his regular appointment here S inday. We are sorrv to learn that Miss Zelma Lay, who is seriously ill at her home near town, is no better. H. A. Dutschke went to Louisville on the Tell City Sunday. Geo. Barkley spent Sunday at L. D. Hawkins. injrs. d SECURELY REPOSING in the strong vaults of this bank is the ideal depositor' for your idle funds, because the utmost security is afforded them, and as a depositor of this institution you are extended every approved banking convenience in We cere-inon- i.s ti Mrs. Owen III. Saturday was a busy day with the Mis. J. F. Owen, aged eighty- - merchants. All report a good trade. three, is quits ill at her home near "Bread baking success is guaranteed ton Dean. There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of the grip except when followed bv pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamberlain s Lougn Rtmedy is used. This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with implicit confidence. For sale by all dealers. if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. our power to place at your disposal. Subscribe mail especially invite the opening of accounts by THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsburjr, Ky. li.it c.nttve, but bren IXmn's Regnlels g.tve just the desired. They BCI ml Id I. and regul.tr George. 11. the biwels periectly." Krause, tM W dnut ve. , A louiia, Pa, "1 liuve re.-uli-s scttK-v- . Percy Haly. Jobu W. Milam, li. (i. Williams. For pains in the side or chest dampen a piece of flannel with ChamberDeath of Mr. Ghilds. lain's Liniment and bind it on over the Janes Child, about Bffcy years seat of pain. There is nothing better. of age, died of cancer at hi- - home For sale bv all dealers. MATT1NGLY Miss Vick Weise is critically ill. Beautitul Designs ...in... RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the managei of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Line" rate. CUMBERLAND near Gaston Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hall, of Webster, attended tin- funeral at GustOD Friday. - At Bacon's Big Store. $3.50 A Miss Nellie Crews, of McQuady, id her cousin. Miss M vnle Lewis, a LouisviUe Evening Post are at .1, Hacon & Sons, Louisand New." ville, in the ho k department. 50. one Mf Hreck'-iiridge . Christmas Present That Does Not End in a Week Mingus and wite are ill Ike Wells, of I'isgah, is sick. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Lollie Keenan is better. Mrs. Vachel Hinton, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nobe Fate. The Teachers' Association met at the Mattingly school house Saturday, Nov. the 2.s. Several teachers were in attendance and some good lectures were given. Little Miss Valeria Frank gave A bountiful a splendid recitation. dinner was served. Much interest is being manifested in the protracted meeting at Taul's school house. The members profess sanctifi-catioWm Miss Lillie apd Minnie Bates have been pleasant visitors of Mr. and Mrs Fred I'rank and Miss Lub and Irene Brickey for several days. "Bread baking success is guaranteed, if you use the Lewisport Best Flour. Silverware Knives and Forks, Tea Spoons and other Practical Articles in Silver just received. TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Incorporated. COMPANY mMmmmMmmMmmniMm Ma a m That will Last! 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 splendid condition and conservative management. 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The cover cictuie reproduces a water- color painting of a bit of New England coast, giving a glimpse ot breeze-sweocean, of smiling sky, of warm, sunny rocks, which will come like a breath of salt air to those who h've once lived near the sea and to those whose whole The piclife has been panted inland. being in eight eplors, the tones of ture tbe original are faithfully reproduce i. pt eggs, and the old tun- - W J of si t i ng a chicken by ringing otf :ts ntck or ( hop piug off its head, is all wrong. The proper ami scientific wsy t kill a chickCHICKEN'S NECK en, says Mr. 1'ierce, is to lie it up bv the feet, and insetting a louj knife in its mouth, cut the jugular vein and Thrusts Its Brain And Make pierce the brain. By puueturing the brain the muscles of the fowl are CHused Picking Feathers Easy-Govern- ment to relax, and the feathers .0 e loosened, InThe ancient and leudv to pick oil Expert honorable custom of sousing the dead structs Kentuckians How to bud In a hot watei pirparaliou to puk Slaughter Fowls - Old Ideas the feathers is declared by Mr. Pierce to he utterly oui of style, lie nays that All Wrong aft thebiaiu has been puuctuied with a long knife ami the leathers aie loose- HOT WATER DESTROYS FLAVOR util hy the relaxation of the muscles, all one has to do is to pull out the featbeis inline lutely without the use of aoy Lexiugtou, Ky., Now. I9. Mauy of water, as dipping the kyjdy in scalding the old-- f shioneil ideas concrniing water destroys the best tlivor of the chickens, Hgg, etc ,are being ruthless- fieri. MUST NOT WRING Jess Knott relumed home trom lest stars), where he had been for the hot ten dnys, doing some carpenter wuik for 1'lake Ater. Henry Cashmaii .Monday. went to Vanzant visited Chester Chappell. ol Webster, his paieuts here mcuilay. MatJ Alleue Biddle will give a pie supper and au entertainment at the school house Saturday uight, November lli All are invited to come. l'ieice, shattered by H. C. the I'ulted Statrs C.overument cipsit. who has arrived heie on his tour ol the ly ftJrs.Deesie Haynes and children concountry for the purpose of disseminattemplate leaving foi California soon. Held over from last week. ing up to date iuloruiation ah ut poultry WlatieM Heodiv.of Irvington, was iu Bread baking it guaranteed a success and poultry pioducta. tbie neighborhood last week hunting. if you use Lewitport BKST flour. Accoidiug to Mr. Pierce, rooster', cept at the breediug seaaou, art au ab- He returned home Siturdsy with plenty Now. solute drawback to the pr 'ductiou of of game. RAYMOND Mrs. Frank Philpot, of Stony i'oint, is spending a few days with her parents Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas Hell. e. Subscribe Right SM I ill: iiKOCKt,Kii)GE NEWS, Bl IMIIMi CO i IRVINGTON NEWS-TU- RKEY FUNCTIONS. Drury Fontaine Wedding This Afternoon at the Bewleyville Church-EpwortLeague En -- Very Wednesday. Hardinsburg Pharmacy The Drug Store That will Save You Money The Most Complete Drug Store in This County WE CAN FURNISH THE SPICES FOR THAT THANKSGIVING TURKEY! EIGHT PAGES. .OVERPORT. KY . WEDNESDAY, NOV 29 1911 h tertains-lmprovem- ent Club $1.0 venr in advance. Ehllwnrtptioti IV Off ptt line, and HI SIN KS I.OCALfl In a to Have Live Meeting This I I 91 is for en )i insertion. Week. FINE PLANS FOR IRVINGTON. Wo hOTW MMir tiirkcv nd cunliorrv sauce is about WMT fot f the dear old friend-o- f nio'Tcw. anil ilrnt ll thr itbscribers. reader-sanThanksjrb injr t hoy have Brecko rid.."' !fow will have the M'S win Footr and litllf r1nKhtc-tKverv week wo BOOH across young men aid women. We e the Clients NJM wet k ' SST n.oth- over known ''have been raised er, iIr. .Moor, 01 miiinui. n.v married, and with families of thoir own. who and We are llmnkfiil clad that they on The Breckenndsjc New-.- " HJN MHinir Robert..!'. f Owe slxito, our list, anrl that they can't yet along with- snivtd Inst Monday to StlffSS the II II still keep their names tfl out tho namr Thi. and tn r things than we have ever had befor, wed.1in, H"'1 w"" llle l we arc trulv thankful for. and rnut von will have joyous and grateful Ktiesl ol Mr. Hint Mr-- . C I. HauUWHV. hearts tomorrow. An a big slice of mince pie! Hnyees, who Inn een l's , Examination of your eyes will cost you nothing and will guarantee a perfect fit. if you need glasses we GLASSES FROM 25c UP NOW IS THE TIME to net h bottle of REX COUGH SYRUP and cure that cour;h liomre it hnconit's chronic Mirge bottle only hiway-Sutl- I Mi Lssif. C: v rs were laid brated tribunal behind the looking glass. Mrs. A. P. Adknisiind children have In the Ural place the Missouri court holds thai tbe harvester com- gone for a ten dastrip to relttivts lint pany ia a public benefit, a benefactor to the agricultural interests of (Mends in HsoSt'vtllSi There is no doubt of the court's attitude iii this respect Missouri. Robert Durham, of Louisville, is spending this week OS a hui ting Hip, The learned Chief .I list ice remarks, for instance: a is the vuest ol Paul WlltOO. The evidence shows that the price of harvester Was not materially higher after the New Jersey corJohn T. Walker, of Hopkinsville. whs poration entered the Held than it va- - before, until 'MH, a visitor last WS at the home uf M when it was im reused 8 or 10 per cent., whilst in the meanand Mrs. J. B. Heindon. time there bad been a greater increase in the price of the The tuning picture show which was I he evidence material and labor used in their construction. given on Tuesday evening at the Col also shows that while harvesting machines were the chief proIrCfl betiding by the lettt national Harducts of the companies absorbed by the International Harvvester Company of ASMrtica, was I ester Company that company hna greatly enlarged its busisuccess. The house was crowd, d ness and extended it to many other farm implement and has spectntois consisting with interi-stethut put it elf in competition with the many concern- - that BtOtU) Ol lirmers who appreciated theretofore were and till are engaged in manufacturing euch show of this kind. other farm implements. ,u,il the farmers general I y hare Mrs. C. R. Siiepherd and dsaghUr, profited thtrtby The evidence also show- - that the maDoiolhv, of Louisville, who have been chine- manufactured by toe international ootnpany have been visttiog friends here tor several days, generally improve-- ia quality and the item of repair mal it Monday for Btsphsosport wimc terial ins been reduced in price and placed within closer reach she will spend Thanksgiving. show-thOf the fanner. On the whole the evidence the InThe wed ling of Miss Alberta Diinv ternational Harvester Company ha not litsrl it power to to Mr. B Iward It. Fontaine will be oppress or injure the farmers who are its eu slotiiers-AgaiwMomnittO this afternoon t o clock the Chief Justice: at the Bewleyville M thodist church. In the ease at bar i In- price of harvesting machines ban Miss. U I! Midlothian left last week not increased in proportion to the increased cost of constiuc on a business trip to Hartford and increased merit of the machines, and respondent lion or the B'HVer Dam. ha- - brought other farm implements into trade, and it is true Mr. and Mis. Ueo. Oder returned llie that Dot all. though some, of the smaller concerns that were tiislot last week fiom lurdsville whcie competitors in the market have ceased their struggle for existence and retired from the hold." they spent two weeks with relatives. In the separate opinion of Justice Ferris: vitatlons are out lor library potty to be given SS PltSoa evening DSLSSS "In this c ts" the e ui t is required by the statute to probt r by the members of the' Kpwonh nounce a judgment of condemnation upon combination L agOC at the h MM ol Mr. and Mrs. V. w hich is proved by the facts as they appear in this record to J. i igj.0 t od Maple street. tore been to far benefieial to tin' eom inanity- This recfacts to nave been a- - indicated in tbe opinion ord how-the .Miss B. Ada Drmy.ol Louisville, will of the Chief Justice, namely, that the price of mower-an- d arrive today to spend Thanksgiving reaper- - lias not been raised ID proportion to the increased with her sister, Mrs K. B. Mcdloth-OOSt of materials and labor, and that otherwise incidental in. Sua will return home the follow-mbenetit- - have accrued to thg community . and. furthermore, Monday. thai independent manufacturers i:hare not suffered ly Tha School Impiovement League will It appears, further, reason of the combination. have iis rtgular meeting at the College thai the competition w inch existed between the various mem building on Friday afternoon following ban of this present combination was extreme and raiaoos in the first Sunday. A special prog, am character, and if continued might hare resulted in the dewill DS prepared; one (eatuie being K moralization of the trade to the injury of con sit titers. eral numbers by the Mandolin Club, The UatUte, however, in it- - terms and indicates very An effort is being made to secure a lec clearly thai it was the purpose ol the Legislature to forbid a tuier well veiseil in pritnarv WOtS The license in this State to any foreign corporation which should teachers not only of the Irvington school prove to be a member of any combination organised to lessen but of adj lining schools, are cordially competition, and this without regard to the nest ion invited to be present with their whether the ooneuner would be Injuriously affected This will he the regular meeting Such drastic law wa- - regarded. DO doubt, as neies-ar- y in orfor the payment of dues. der to prevent evils which might Bow from a combination Mis. Au.jie Ilerndou, who has heeli intended to prevent competition." visitiug her two nieces, Mrs. BuUv Returning for moment to Chief Justice Valliant'- - exposition of Waller and Mrs. John T. Waller, iu i: the state of law in Ilopkinsville, leturned home Saturday. ' the International Harvester Company were disposed Mrs. Rill Hrooks and Miss Came to exercise the power its enormous wealth giv es, and if it Robeitsou, who spent last week in the lo do so, it could drive everv com city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Man weie left petitor it now has from the held. " uel Brooks, have leturned to Kordsville Miss Julia Lyons entertained Frlda) Observe the lining inn rston of ethical principles and common wense idea- - whic h the judgment of the court presents. The evening. Iter guests were her sen. ol a Harvester concern has neither monopolized business and stilled com- friends and great time was bad. Mrs. Richard Wipes, Mis. Frank Wagpetition not unduly raided price- - to the consumers. The proved facts goner; Mrs. A. T. Adkins, Miss Maggie show it to have been beneficial so far to the community. Instead of Cowley aud Mrs. Jav. Koliu were iu being a puhlic injury il has been a public benefit in that State. Vet, Louisville hoi wetk shopping-Mrs- . although it has not restrained trade unreasonably or driven its comNoia Boaid returned home utter petitors from the held, il might use its power to do so under other a biief Tisit to Miss Mary Alexauder in circumstaaeesj therefore, under the statute, it must bt condemned, Louisville. penalized, excluded from doing busineas in the State. Not for what Dr. K McDonald, of Cloverport, Was it has done but for what it has refrained from doing is the Harvester a visitor of Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. this week. company held guilty and punished; very much a- - if a citizen should Miss Jessie Brady returned the tirsl be imprisoned for larceny or executed for murder because of his un- ol the week from Louisville, where she exercised capacity for those uncommitted crimes. visited Mr. aud Mrs. Tony McCoy. This is why we advise collectors of high clasH curiosities lo pre F H. Jolly hat accepted a position ts serve and treasure these copies of the opinions in the Harvester case traveling salesman with A. Landmark & rendered by the Supreme Court of Missouri, in banc., at its October Co.. a cicrsr him of Deuver, Penu. His territory il Kentucky and Indiana. term, A. I). LRU Mr. and Mm. F.J S. McAfee spent 'in Missouri the If we have a law in Kentucky like tbe above Sunday in Cloverport ai the guaata ol Legislature which meets next January should repeal it aud do it Mr. and Mn. Henry Yager quickly. Tbe News has no use for a bad trust, neither bus KenA great movement if on foot in this tucky. Hut a good trust such as the Intel national has proven itself town as a result ol a uiatt meeting held to be ought to be allowed to do business in our State. Contisued on 'page 8 nia-ehin- ch v. umun, Mttasj aer sansr, TI TRUST JURISPRUDENCE REDUCED TO ABSURDITY left Mo Amy for union Suit. Kr MB Tin- New Vork Sun Mis- - Bsism Los MsvrwsB, ol Glee o Valliant Dan, viMion k. a cneorsae temmj We have the full text of the opinion of Chief and his associates of the S ipronie Court of Missouri tting forth flie here I MM week MtSI Bslefc K'Ce has retun erl to brf court'- - raseofM for eooearring In the judgment which eo nd c m ns and to Mr. II .1 bSSBS at TMifo k, after a Company ol America ns a viopuniii' (04 International llirve-ic- r Rice. Mrs. law-o- f OOfllbinatiofl t thai Slate, an unlftA-fu- l t lator of the Mrsiis. Walter J.mepli "iK0" H,"i upprssi ooojpetition and regulate prioee within the meaning f those J (tnes ()wn Ciiniiomliwu1- who are stustatutes, and which apparently ousts the corporation from Missouri, dents at State College in LsalSSjWWi We Ik lieve will arnve this, week to tpeml Th nk declaring that it has "no right to do business" there thai the official copy of these opiniona w ill bara enormous value here-afte- r Kiviii holiilays. to collectora of the mriousand the extravagant in the way of Mr. and Mr. JohS K. Wimp weie Wednesday judicial pronouncements. Certainly nothing ever seen or dreamed of hosts at a pretly dinner eveninj; glVM in honor of Miss Viola comes nearer t the spirit of topsyturvy decisions rendered by celefor six. du-tic-- ( vi-- Martha 25c Do You Want to Feel Well and Strong? it i To have it good pptt'tS, to sleep soundly, to have ner ves like iron! 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The pictures taken with TH1 CHRISTMAS KODAK will give pleasure the whole year round and for nil the years to come. There is everything for Kodakery at our store . FILMS DEVELOPED HARDINSBURG PHARMACY Hardlnsburg's Only Cut Rate Drug Store CATARRH I.ITTI.K MTOUIK.S WHITTKN Elf's Cream Balm it quickly ahnrbd. Ivtt lUlirf l Once. fllXMI inr Hoot 111 While The Press Thvinders m 1.01 j ' Wtt f t s . I heal thfl i!iM"''t iiipiii. limn" ri'SiilliiiK' from Catarrh and ilrlvm Cold in tlm away h torn Hml protect s, .nii.kiy. the Benm-- .f fflff I I Tatf and Sin. II. Full Up .".0 ctn., nt Drug. eW or by mail. In liquid form, 7" nu. Kir Brother, S6 Wnrren Street. New rk. uAv rrurQ LfLlI Vhe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1911 LOCAL BREVITIES Who will gel the piano at Sipuel's. Hon. I). H. Severs is convalescent. New shoes and new styles at Sippel's. Roscoe Laslie is in Owensboro this week. , R. O. Perkins went to Owenboro this week. Piano contest at Sippel's closes Dec. 20. I'lir OqUbJ Rod Debating Society, Hitcs Run. hat recently received a traveling library from the State and the members are drhghtrd with it. Thi c Iii11.1t rs are nent free to any place in the State by naylnu SpreM The on the liooke from Frankfort. (roldcn Rod Society wrote to Mis Fannie ltawson at Frankfort and asked her to send them books suitable to use in debates. She sent a splendid selection H). The express was of fifty books. The society can keep the books. at least tlx months and can Ket others when these are returned. Every school or any club or society could get a traveling library free from Frankfort just for the asking. of Aral Pool, Journal. Cilc Improvement For Sale Miss Pool is at college A IS horse pnwrr siHtlomr studying to follow her father's profes ' Hun Kiiimih Ma WilLltm in if. sion for which she has inherited his piilr. - Hrerkciirldire News. (' ovrfpofl K y talent and love for journalism. ! the editorial writer on for the Courier For Sale Mules WPt Mir of mules. MafSOkl, tnuiris high ; whithm himI liiirnest mid three fourtheJe sry hetit-r- , will ffenh exteprtaff; ftnr home , nii on D, 11 v.rs. Clover port, Ky. SAI.F polinlmui Iti Ill'IMlS, and kinds Fred Pierce, of Los Veges, New FOlt HA Ut lilHnU s. Ml irtBHiris nr allNews, Mr. lri:t nii'i Mexico, was the uest of his brother, CloTerporr. Kjr. Mr. Kobrrt Pierce, last week. He Mr 000 For Sale I, We Close on Thanksgiving f this issue of The Hrenkenridge News it will be a pleasure to the members of the Kentucky Press and others to read the exciting little story, "A Sunday lla.se Hall Came," written lv She Miss Sophia Pool of Louisville. is the lovely youn daughter of Mr. In 000 accompanied to Kentucky by Mrs. Pierce and their son, who is now seven years old. Mr and Mrs. Pierce frequently return to the East and Kentucky, although Mr. Pierce is one si the busiest men in New Mexico. At present his company is irrigating sev eral thousand acres of land and getting it in fine shape for cultivation and up e farming. The Pierces have a tow n and mountain home, an automo bile and all the luxuries of Los Vegas. Mr. Pierce says thcr are splendid opportunities for the American boy willing to work down there. wa to-d- a For Sale Scholarship COH SALM tdwtatsMp In ISM HowllnR Orecn I'nl vi'rslt fond In any deiart teat of thai t 'nlvrrslty. BreeUonrldxi' News, Clovprport. Ky ' . Day at Noon and remain FOR SALE GUN COM SALE a doable-barr- el ehot sua Hs two seta of baercle For farther Information, apply ill News offlrr. A Illinium. i closed the rest of the day.... WE Always carry a full line "Get Busy Today" I9II. John Jarboe went nesday. C. Vic Robertson to Lexington Wed- went to Louisille Thursday. Forrie Hardin, of Holt, was here last week. Wordia Graham was here from last week. Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Smith were in Louisville Sunday. T. B. Henderson returned Saturday from an Eastern trip. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mclntyre have moved to Alton, 111. Mrs. Marion Ryan went to Louisville Friday to visit friends. Frank Moorman went to Hawesville Monday to visit friends. Vic Robertson was at Fordsville Saturday buying mules. Mr. Hardin Wilson, of Louisville, went to Glen Dean Monday. The Mary Jane crowd expect to spend Thanksgiving on "The Jirrimie". Thanksgiving oysters and celery-low- est prices at English Kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Owen, of Glen Dean, were in Louisville Thursday Misses Eva and Edith Plank will entertain the Girls Club this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Perkins, of Lex ington, arrived last week to visit relatives. Mr. anil Mrs. Luther Satterlield will go to Louisville today to spend ThanksMiss giving. Mrs. George Christ accompanied her brother, Ernest Carson, to Louisville Monday. Miss Ora Hendricks will go to Louisville Friday shopping with Miss Addie G. Ditto. Thos. Ferry was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Homer Dawlty, of Louisville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins, of St. home loseph, Mo., are expected Christmas. James Seaton and Mr. and Mrs. will spend Thanksgiving in children Owensboro. Mrs. Fred Ferry ana .miss Emmy Lou Moorman spent Wednesday in Louisville Henry Thompson, of Irvington. spent Sunday here the guest of Miss Esther Mae Jackson. Mr. King, insurance adjuster, was over at Harned Monday and settled the Milt Davis loss. Marion Weatherholt, I Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' the execution of expeiience in Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents Prices Riuiiiiltfir Work First class C. . Hicks, of Chicago, was with the Moonnan h Howard and Robsttsoa buying' tobacco at (ilen Dwfl American Harvester Company reprehros., are sentatives at the I) mean Home Ihst for $y, $9 and fc. Thanksgiving oysters and Calefy at week. He was making a trip through Kentucky in the interest of the same lowest prices English Kitchen. Send company. once. your orders in at Mrs II. V. Duncan was hostess to Tom Chism's new residence on High It is a the Ladies Raiding Club Thursday is nearly completed. street afternoon. There will be no meeting beautiful cottage home. tomorrow afternoon. Next week Mrs. Misses ROSS and Susie Newton will Forrest Liyhtfoot will entertain the spend Thanksgiving in Henderson with members. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown. Miss Martha Lee Miller gave a slum-he- r Dick, of German Mrs. Elizabeth party at her home at Beechwood Ridge, Ind., attended the funeral ot Saturday night. The following guests Wm. Sanders Saturday. were invited: Misses Mildred Babbage. The members elected on the new Susette Sawyer, Virginia McGavock council board wil not be sworn in until and Jean Burn. the first Monday in January. Send your orders for The Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warlield, of Home Journal to Miss Louise Babbage, Louisville, will spend Thanksgiving Cloverport, Ky. The Saturday Ever- with Mr. and Mrs. rrariK rraie. jnf, H()St an(, Tne La,ijes Uome journil Dr. Kay Boone and Mrs. Boo le and gladly ordered for you. Price each one son, Ray, will spend Christmas with J dollar and fifty cents a year, their mother, Mrs. Laura Hayes. At Brown's Saturday nignt at 9 ,0 an elaborate luncheon was Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martin and at - j0'clock iJlates were placed fur the tractive little daughters expect to served following: Miss Oleona Weatherholt spend Christmas at Hodgensville. James Beavin, who was injured in an and Mr. Lafs Behen, Miss Lula Severs accident which occured at the shops and Mr Paul Lewis, Miss Kva Plank and Dr. McDonald. Miss Kay Lewis last week, is getting along nicely. and Dr. H. Boone. Miss Eva May Chapin and Mha Alice Mrs. Geo. Lane and little daughters, t rem IrVfbgtOBtO Waggoner will arrive Evelyn, Rose Bud and Mvrtle. of spend Thanksgiving at Hites Run. hog market opened slow Lewispart, were here last week visiting Louisville pwwnt .r. anu .rs. u. n Tops and ten cents lower Monday. ntt1 ",tir PborPb" Thanksgiving day. Bwro No sales on ?6"45 made at Brabir.dt's. Besiiies their The civil term o, the Cloverport . . rwnwwiww Main next Monday. have lour line sons, t.'ie oldest sixteen There are several cases ou the docket : for trial. m man .wis. eiueria ik a Mrs. Ernest Robertson and Miss Wedesday Eleanor Robertson, ot (,len Dean, re- turned home from Ilard.nsburg SaturR Randai, Mrs. Leon Mc(;av. day nignt. ock. Miss ivizzie Skillmrn. Pr Forrest r hat go to Mrs. Liglitfoot and Mrs. Liglitfoot, C'apt. For ycur continues to re- - iiowian(j an,i Ifo, Kowland and their James Cordrey, who ceive large orders cf new hats from juaat, Mrs Hendiickson, Prof. Tanner Cincinnati. and Mrs. Tanner Mrs Judge H. DeH. Moorman came over- XluAH felt that she had a land from Hardinsburg Monday even- - frjtu,i indeeil when John Tindall, a dis ing and caught the train here fo Mt rofattivt, walked into Judge bage's court yesterday and paid off a I debt was held that Miss Bertha Smith and Miss Ksther mortgage Thanksgiving against her household effects. Mrs. Mae Jackson will spend at Stephensport with Mr. and Mrs Tindall and her husband had giver, a mortgage 1111 their household goods to Ernest Smith. Mr. Mason, of Fordsville, was at the Fred Smith and under an order of were advertised for Duncan House several days last wtek court the articles New Fngland Mutual sale. The debt .mil costs were reduced representing the 10 half in order that a settlement could Life be reached. The Jolly Girls' Clover Club was en-tertained by Misses Emily and Martha As The News Goes To Press. Raid Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Francis Smithb Hats at cost for ten days. - Beginning Mr. August Dutscbke died at his December the iirst Miss Evelyn Hicks home at Lodiburg Monday Nov. M, and cost all trimmed will for ten days sell at was buried at Walnut Grove Tuesday. hats and ostrich goods. He as in his 79th year. Mrs Chas. Moorman, oi Versailles, Mrs. John Burks, Sr., died Monday returned home Thursday. She was ac- at her home in Owensboro. by her Louisville to companied Dr. P. W. Foote, of Irvington, was Mrs. W. H. Bownur. mother, here to see his mother at the home of Fred Pierce and Edison Gibson were Mis. V. (i. Babbage. The All Day Prayer Meeting held at out hunting one day last week and killThey are both the Methodist church was a decided quails. ed forty-thre- e success. Particulars in full will be givvery proud of their das hunt. The Industrious en next week. The Girls' Club and Mrs. Henry Yeager and her mother, Set will be entertained tomorrow afternoon from ISO until 5 30 o'clock by Mrs. Mullen, left yesterday for Marshall, Texas, tu visit Mrs. Kugene Misses Louise sad Mildred Bahoagc. will return home Reynolds MissEloife Nolte from Louisville tonight to spend Can you believe your aenses? When Thanksgiving. Miss Nolte has made Cross School. two of them, laelr and smell, haviug an excellent record at the teW impaired if uot utterly destroyed, The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis and Hits by Natal Catarrh, are fully restored by Lizzie Skillman were guests of u ti c. 11,1111 uuiin, can you oouoi oiai Lucy McGavock Thursday and Friday this rrim dy deserves all that has hceu Miss Skillman ted splendid luck hunt said of il by the thousands who have ing. used 111 II is applied directly tu the uf ,. ,eKj Jas. S. Younger letl yesieiuay ror . ectr(, jt. to be the guest of Miss Willa WQrk al ODC w,ly n,)tKet it to day? Drury. They will take part in the j A dlugKists or wUjj by lilv Hro , Drury-Fontai- ne wedding at Bewleyville ,6 Wa,r-- .. s.,rc, New yorUi , r.ceiut this afternoon at three o'clock. of 50 cenU. and lower upper Loat Between wharf in Cloverport, gold watch and Sport Last Week. fob with Initial E on it. Reward given Marvin Beard killed tifl ointo fjmlrr by Miss Ethel A hi, Tobins bird Tuesday. He is considered uort Return watch to News ottice j j . -k mid-wiutej Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and Sec Them J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. GIBSON & SON the beat bird Bbo( in Kentucky. Lewis BeO Mil Moorman killed his Oral rabbit bisl Siiturdiiy. Ho shot him on the. ran, broke his The Bank of Cloverport j 1 Pays 4 per cent V p;s and still he ran. Pleasant Visit Miss Mary Lee Gregory, of Garlieid, returned home after a pleasant visit to her uncle, Mr Dan Gregory at W Va. While there sh- made branch visits to Huntington, Charles ton, Whi.e Sulphur Springs and Park-ersbur. on Time Deposits Wasn-ington D. C. A Like Letter From Home Dear Mr. Babbage! I send one dollar to renew for the News. It is like a letter from home each week and I should miss it veiy much were it not to come. With best wishes for continued snccess, am, sincerely yours, Mrs. C. II. McMullea, Sr. II9 w. McKlolej Ave., Blackfsll.Okla, Nov. I f I whose ao;cyreoate wealth amounts to over 1111 stockholders $1,500,000.00 PALL LEWIS, Cashier i), in 1. Two Married And Ten Children At Home. I'LRIIV. QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY on Dear Mr. Ilabbage: I notice in The Breckenridge News ol the family of Mr. aiiH tin J. F. Vessels and she belnu the mother ot eleven children. The oidest thirty one and the youngest two yearf . TI.e c'hism family can beat that. .wrs. E.K t'nism, of Meade com ty, it the motner of thi ec a childr. n, years, the the oldest being twerty-fiv- e youngest is two years old and all are Democrats. All are living but one, two are married and ten are at home .Mrs. ChUm was w th their parents. Miss Marv Jane Smith, ot Meade county, and married Mr. B. B. Cblsta o! 1 THAT'S W HAT TMEY ALL 5AY ..GO TO.. -- the same county. They now live in Breckenridge county near Lodiburg on the far of Wm Head. 111 1 FRESH For Your Thanksgiving Oysters For Your Fresh Candies When Vfti I Light Bread .1 at Brown's Candy You Know What Vm arc Latinjc list like hoine made Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes jThis is what we make with clean hands, fresh materials and good machinery Let the cake fall on Brown, you cannot afford it when eggs are 30c per dozen. Brown will make your cake for you and guarantee satisfaction for economy and a good cake. Try him one time; give your order the day before you want the cake. Let M have vour order for Hread what yon must have three times a day.... I am yours for rlean S. J. BROWN Proprietor H. J. Krcbs Irvington, K.y. UutUjr. H. E. ROYALTY I m I i Wintefl' I ami Mg m kinds; slso KabblU m nlucr .nut iiny amount lee. :: Kir(C. . ni Will ; li'M-ru-- li Kur of (or vm,, 1 all 1 buy any Tur- - Clii.-k- PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . - I S. I DAVIS, HifHj Ky. OVER . KINCMELOE'S . PHARHACY a f. .'-- t Adventure A Romance of The South Seas saar BY Jack London C opvnfl.t. 1910. by Street dr Copyright. 1911. bjr the Mcnina your Ioy for Noo Nonh? I wish him CHAPTER VI. to launch the whalelsmt. Or shall I go TEMPEST. myself for him?" was the flrxt time Sheldon had Both were now on their feet, she been nt Stan quarters with on with flushed cheeks and angry eyes, American gift and he would hove he. puzzled, rtied and alormwl. The wondered If all American girls black boy stood like a statue n plumb Were like .loan Lackland had he not block statue taking no interest in the had wit enough to realize that she was transactions of these Incomprehensible not at all typical Her quick mind whites. and cliMiurini: moods liouildercd him. "But yon won't do anything so foolwhile her outlook on life was so dif- ish"- he began ferent from what he conceived I wo Then you go again." she cried. man's outlook should bf that In- was "1 didn't mean it that way. and you more often than not at sixes and sev know I didn t." He w as speaking slow ens wllh bar. He could never anticithat ot her t hiiii.1. pate what aba iraaM My r do next. ly and gravely. "And Is only o man that not permitting- - it Her temper raa quick and stormy, of speaking. Ot course 1 am not and she relied too much on herself and Mf Vou know you can gu too little on him. which did not lf your guardian. you want to" or to the to t.nviitii If pro.iimate at all to his Ideal of wowhen a man was devil, he was almost tempted to odd man's conduit that Is rand Her mamptloa of equality "Only. should deeply regret it.I should I sorry that with Mai mn dbwowerttua;. and at all. Ami am very you. times he half consciously resented the have said I anything that hurt am an Englishman." In impudence and liianeness of her Joan smiled and sat down again. trusion upon him. rising out of the "I'erhaps I have been hasty." she in a bnwltag nor'wester. fresh M Eric- - admitted. "Vou see. I am intolerant, of from poking: her revolver under son's nose, protected by her gang of restraint. If Tot! only knew how have hup1 I'olynesi.in sailors and settling been compelled to tight for my free down in Reran tie like any shipwrecked gam It is a sore point with me. this am' to do or not to It WW ill 00 a par with her Doing told what sailor do by you sell constituted lords of Baden Powell and the 100( 88 Colt's You stop along Vtaharl! At an. rate, she did not look the creation port. And that was what he could kitchen No tiring 'in Noa Noah. And BMW) fonrlw. Had she beta short hair now. Mr. Sheldon, what am I to do'.' ed. heavy Jawed, laraa muscled, hard You don't want me here, and there bitten and utterly unlovely in every doesn't seem to be any place for me to way all would bar bean well, in- go." "That Is unfair. Your being wrecked stead of which she was hopelessly and here lias been a godsend to me. I was worfemlDlae. daUdoualjr ller hair very lonely and very sick. I really am ried him. it was so generously licit or not should ill Aim! she was so slenderly and not certain whether hare palled through bad you not hap prettily the woman the girl, rather i is not the i pened along Kid that it cut him like a knife to see her Personally, purely thai mrtllably personally. with quick, comprehensive eyes and I should be sorry to see you go. But sharply imperative voice superintend not considering myself. I am conIn wbalabwai am the china of the sidering on II II Is hardly the proper through the suit. In im.iginatiou he were married thing, you know. II could see her roping I horse, and it if there were some woman of your own always made him shudder. Then, too. race here hut as it is" she was so ma ii aided. Sin- up her hands in mock dc was not happy. spoil'. threw Sheldon The unconventional state of affairs "I cannot follow you." she said. "Ill waa too much tor his conservative dls- one breath you ten me i must go. nod in position and training. Berande. in (lie next breath you tell me there Is habited by one lone white man. was no place to on and that you will not Vet he no place for .loan Lackland. permit me to bo, What is a poor gir1 a way out. and racked his brain for do'.' " even talked It over with her. In the to he said help "That's the troublt first place, the MtaMM from Australia lessiv was not due for three weeks. "And the situation annovs you. "One thing is evident; you don't "Only for your Make." want me here." she said. "I'll man "Then let mo save your feelings by the whale boat tomorrow and go over telling you that it does not annoy me to Tulagi." at till except for the row you are you before, that is "But told making about it. never ailow what Impossible.' he crieil. "There is no can't be changed to annoy me. one there. rba resident commissioner can't go elsewhere, by your own Is away In Australia. There is only count You certainly can't go else one white man. a third assistant where mid leave me here alone with understrapper ami ex sal lor tt com- whole plantation and ' woolly can Is in charge of the mon sailor. lie nlbala on my hands. Therefore, you government of the Solomons, to say May. and stay. It is very simple nothing of a hundred or so niggers Also, it is id venture. And further a fool Besides, he is such prisoners. tllore. yon needn't worry for yourself that he would line you 5 for not Iiiiy t am not matrimonially inclined Ing entered at Tnlagl, which l the port a me to the Solomons for a plauta Of entry, you kno.v. lie is not u nice 'ion. not a husband." man. and. repeat, it is impossible." Sheldon Hushed, hut remained alleMt, Is tlmiini." she "There "I know what you are t hi Ok lag." "There's nullum: there bin tever she laughed gnyty. "That it i were and live white men who are drinking man. you'd wriiiL' my Meg for nie I couldn't per And I deserve It. ton. I'm so Barry. themselves to death. mit It." i oanrhl not to keep on garitag your "Oh. thank you." she said quietly. feelings" "1 yness I'll start today Vlaburi: 'I'm afraid I rather invite it." he Yon gu nloBfl Noah, speak 'm come said. relh'Vcd by the signs of tin aJaaa me." goMpaat wbaMiag. Noa Noah was her head sailor, who "I have It," she announced. "Lend hml been boatswain of the Miele. "Where are you going?" Shelilon me a gang of your hoys for today. "Vlaburi! asked In surprise. fan I'll build u grass house for myself over in the far corner of the atop " can on piles, of course. "To liuvutu- - immediately." was her I'll be comfortable Ota in tonight. reply. oud safe. The Tahitiaus can keep an won't permit It." "But "Tbot l why I am going. You said ouchor watch just us aboard ship. planting. It once before. and it Is something I And then I'll atudy cocoonut In return, I'll run the kitchen end of tOBIll brook your household and give you some "What'-- ' Re w ;is bewildered by tier de cut food to eut. And dually, I won't listen to any of youi protests. ouddeii anger. "If 1 have offended to Ou the ofhaf baud, if you don't agree, any way" I will go ucross the river, beyond your "Vluburi. foil fetch 'in one fella Noa jurisdiction, and build a village for Nouli along me." she commanded. shall myself uud my sailors, whom The black bov stalled to obey. send in the whaleboat to Ciuvutu for You u stop I break in provisions. "Vlaburi! And now I want you to head belong you. And now. Miss Lack-laud- ; teach nie billiards." I Insist; you must explaiu. What Joan took hold of the household with hove I said or done fl merit this?" revolutionizing grip. no uncertain "You have presumed, you have things till Sheldon hardly recoguized dared" the brat time the bun the place, No She choked and swallowed and could gniuw was clean and orderly. not go ou. longer the house boys loafed aud did Sheldon looked the picture of as little as they could; while the cook complained that "head belong him "I confess my head U going around walk about too much" from the strenwith It all." he said. "If you could uous course in cookery which she put only be explicit ." him through. Nor did Sheldon escape "But you have do right no man has being roundly lectured for bis lazithe right to tell me what be will per- ness lu eating nothing but tluued proI'm too old to visions. She iiilled nun a muddler mit or not permit. aud a slouch, and other invidious have a guardian, nor did 1 aail all the iihiiics for gla slOehaetOI and Ins dls regard of healthful food way to the ttolomoua to Hud one." i v b lb bo.. I down Ihe She eiil "A gentleman la every womau'a Mane and or guardian." ioai went'' lulam to knew n"t "Well. I'm not every woman that's gaMjaa it n ii u't u'lir. nw u all Will you stonily allow ma to eeud K :. IT - been planted at Berande, while he wns lirnonth contempt because there was Mummy apples, no kin hen garden. which he had regarded as weed-undher guidance appeared as apt"' Hating breakfast fruit, find, nt dinner were meta morpbosef) Into padding that elicited hi'' unqualified adniira Hun. She or her sudors dynamited Ash tally, while the Balesumi natives were paid tobacco for bringing in oysters from the mangrove swamps. gaaiOg other things, she burned Hie pestilential hospital, quarreled with Sheldon over the deed and n anger set her on n men to work building a new and what she called a decent bUM pltal. She robbed the windows of their lawn and muslin curtains, rcphu hit them with gaudy calico from the trade store and made herself several gowns. When she wrote out o list of good-an- d ClOthlng for herself, to be sent down to Sydney by the first steumer. Sheldon wondered how long she had made up her mind to stay. She was certainly unlike liny woman he had ever known or dreamed of. So far as he was concerned, she was not a woman at nil. She neither languished nor blandished. No feminine lures were wasted on him. lie might have been her brother, or she his brother, for all sex had to do with the strange situation Hesfiite his warnings about crocodiles and sharks, she persisted In swimming M deep wnter off the beach, nor could be persuade her. when she was in the boat, to let one of the sailors throw the dynamite when shooting fish. She argued that she was at least a little lilt more Intelligent than they ami Hiat. therefore, there er the barracks, nnd Sheldon, aided Joan's sailors, succeeded In two women whom the block were bra flag to death. To save them from the vengeance ot the blacks the were guarded In the cook house for the Bight. They were the two women who did the conking for the laborer"" and their offense had consisted of one of them taking n hath In the big nil dron In which the potatoes were boiled The blacks were not outraged from the standpoint of cleanliness; Hiey often took baths in the caldrons themselves. The trouble lay In Hint the bother hod been n low. degraded, wretched female, for to the Solomon Islanders all ore low. degradeil and wretched. In by CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Raptl.l Church Oaptlst s,,r,,,y school. bight foot, Innertntendeat, , :ja , rr. c. v.. '.mi p.m. HHpllM A In Society Society meets Monday lifter Second every month. Mrs. A. It. Sklllmnn. Pn siili nt Prayer Minnn s,.,af, flethodlet Church Methodist Sunday school P:Ma. m. Irn I), lichen, anperlitendeiii. Prciichlnp every Sunday at, II k. m. mill :30d. m. Kraiik lyowfi Pastor. Prnyer meet inn Wednesday, 7 :30 p. m. Fpworth I,chkuc. rrirulnr mt vice Sunday 1 IS p. m; huslneito meeiliiK Hrst Tuesday nlitht each month. Mbs Marcrarlte Hum, I. ailas Aid Society meets tlrst I'rcsldent Monday each month Mrs. Knrrest l.lRhtfoot. President. Ladies' Missionary Society mreta s II A A I'i'KU VII IIARO OfTTW I1AM1. I 1 I ' 1 . I v j fasaMMM j I I I I I was less II tbfllty of an accident if she did the shooting. She was to hlni the most masculine and at the same time Hie most feminine woman he bad ever met. a source of continual trouble between over them was tlic disagreement methods of handling the black boys. She ruled by stem kindness, rareiy rewarding, never punishing, and he had to confess that her own sailors worshipped her. while the house boys were her slaves mid did throe times as much work for her as he bad ever got out of them She quickly saw the unrest of the contract laborers and was not blind to Ihe danger, always Imminent, that both she and Rbeidoti run. Neither of them ever ventured out Without a revolver, and the sailors who stood the night watches by Joan s grass house were armed with lilies But Joan Inlet ed that this reign of ter ror had been caused by the reign of fear practised by the white men. She bad been brought up with the gentle Ha watlana, who never were Ultrooted nor roughly handled, and she generalized that the Solomon islanders, an der kind treatment, would grow gentle One evening a territlic uproar arose Women as Weil as Men are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. 1 1 1 r Im-- tr i i Kiilney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages ami lessens ambit ion ; beauty , vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevajcn; that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates tooofteil, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with depend ajion it, thecause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, aud the first step Humid be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys aud bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild aud the immediate effect of .swamp-Moo- t is soon realized. It is sold y druggists, in iifty-ceand size bottles. You may have m sample bottle by mail free, also a pamphlet telling all . . .n . mi i .. 1 Hwmm ,i S nu MM .loom S v. ,. .... e including many of the thousands ui testi monial letter received from sufferers to be just the who found Swamp-Hoo- t remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer At Co., Bioghamton N. Y be sure and Don't make any mention this paper. mistake, but remember the name. Dr. tvnnip-Koo- t, and tbc address, Kilmer's iiiugnaiutou, N. Y.. ou every bottle. g, nt one-doll, v , morning Joan and Shel were at breakfast. by a swelling iinir Mf of angry voices. The rst rule of Iteiande had been broken The cntu poll nil had been entered with nit permission or lomtunnd. and all laborers, with Hie exception the of the boss boys, were guilty of the They crowded up. threaien ofTense. ing and shouting, close under tin Sheldon leaned ovei front veranda. railing', looking down Hie veranda upon then', while Joan stood sllghtlv bnck. When the uproar was stilled two brothers stood forth. They were large men. splendidly muscled, and with faces unusually ferocious, even JOAN SAW CAtttN-- J AMA SEIZE SHELDON One was for Solomon Islanders. gt THE TIIHOAT. t'nrln-Jamn- , etherwise the Silent, and am afraid I don't understand," "I the Boast- he said, shortly, the other was Bellln-Jama- . turning away. "We er. Both had served on the Queenswill talk it over Inter on." in Hie old days, and land plantations l hey were known as evil characters "I suppose I've been unforglvnbly wherever while men met and gamed. boy we want in them foolish,'" was her gretmg when he re "We fella two black Mia Mary." said Bellln-Jama- . turned several hours later from a round of Iba plantation. "I've been to do you wont along black tbc hospital, aud the ninu Is getting "What ulong all right. It Is not n serious fella Mary':'' Sheldon asked. hurt." "Kill 'm," sold Bcllln Jama. Sheldou felt unueenuntably pleased "What name you fella boy talk along me'.'' Sheldon demanded, with and happy at the changed aspect of her a show of rising anger. "Big bell he mood. "You see, you don't understand the ring. Vou no belong along here. You belong along Held. Bime by. big fella situation." he began, "in the first . place, the blacks have to be ruled' bell be ring, you stop along you come talk along me about two sternly. Kindness Is oil very well, but Now oil you boy get you con't rule them by kindness only. fella Mary. 1 accept oil that you soy about the along out of here." You suy Rawalloaa nnd Tabltinus. The gang waited to see whal Bellln-Jamwould do. and Bellin Jama stood that they can he baudled thnt way, mid 1 believe you. I have had no experistill. ence with them. But you hove hod no "Me no go," he sold. experience with the blocks, and I usk Shel"You watch out. Belliu-Jama.you to believe me. They ore different I send you along don said sharply, "or Tulagi one big fella lashltg. My word, from your natives. You ore used to Polynesians. These boys ore Melmie-sinnyou cutch 'm strong fella." They're blacks. They're niggers Bellln-Jamglared up belligerently. look ot their kinky hair. And they're "You want 'in tight." he said, putting up his fists in approved returned a whole lot lower than the African niggers. Keally, you know, there is u Quaaoalaodar style. Now. in the Solomons, where whites vast difference. "They possess no gratitude, no s.v inare few and blacks ore many, and where the whites do the ruling, such put by. no kindliness. If you are kind an offer to fight is the deadliest insult. to them thoy think you are a fool. If Blacks arc not supposed to dure so you ON gentle with them they think highly as to offer to light a while man. you are afraid. And when they think a murmur of admiration at Rellin-Jama'- s you ure afraid, watch out. for they will bravery went up from the get you. Just to show you, let me state listening blacks. But Bellin-- . lama's Hie one invariable process in a black voice was still ringing in the air, nnd man's brain when on his native heath the murmuring was just beginning, he encounters u stranger. His lirst when Sheldon ilea red the rail, leaping thought is one of fear. Will the stranstraight downward. Prom the top ol ger kill him? His next thought, seeing the railing to the ground, it was lifteen that he is not killed is. Can lie kill the feet, and Bellin. lama was directly stranger'.' There was Packard, a colobeneath. Sheldon's Hying body struck nial trader, some twelve miles down No the coast, lie boasted that he ruled by hi in oud crushed him to earth. The kindness nnd never struck a blow. The blows were needed to be struck. black bad been knocked helpless. Joan, result was that lie did not ripe at nil. startled by the unexpected leap, saw He usedv to come down in nis whale Cnrtn-JamIba Mlent, reach out and boat to isit Rusbie and me. When bis seize Sheldon by the throat as lie boat's crew decided to go home he had was halfway to his feet, while the ten to cut his visit short to accompany remember one Sunday afterscore blacks surged forward for the them. killing. was out. and noon when Packard had accepted our Her revolver Carlo-Jam- a let go his grip, reeling luvitntion to stop to dinner. The soup backward with a bullet in his shoulder. was just served when Hughie suw a In that fleeting Instant of action, she nigger peering in through the door. He had thought to shoot him in the arm. went out to him. for it was u violation which, at that short distance, might of Berande custom. Any nigger has to But send In word by the house boys and to achieved. reasonably have the wave of savages leaping forward keep oiitsidt tbO eompoWKL This man, had changed her shot to the shoulder. who was one of Packard's boat's crew, was on the veranda. And he knew betIt was a moment when not the slightter, too. 'What name?' said Hughie. est chance coqld lie taken. Tlie instant his throat was released, 'Y'ou tell 'in while man close up we Sheldon struck out with his fist, and fella boat's crew go along, lie no Cnrtn-Jam- a Joined bis brother on the come now. we fella boy no wait. We ground. The matloy was quelled, and P".' "And just then Hughie fetched him five minutes more saw the brothers being carried to the hospital, and the a clout thai knocked him clean down mutineers, marshalled by the gang the stairs and off the veranda " "But it was needlessly cruel." Jouu bosses, on the way to the fields. Sheldon came up on the objected. "Y'ou wouldn't treat a white When veranda, be found Joan collapsed on mau ili.it way." "And that's just the point. He wasn't the steamer chair and In teors. The a white man. He was a low black sight unnerved him us the row Just nigger, anil be was deliberately Insultover could not possibly have done. He ing, not alone his own white master, glanced down at her helplessly, and but every while master in the Solomoistened his lips. mons. He insulted me. He insulted "I want to thank you." he began. Hughie. He Insulted Berande." "There isn't n doubt but what you "Of course, according to your lights, saved my life, and I must suy" to your formula of the rule of the She abruptly removed her hands, strong" showing a wrathful and tear stained "Yes." Sheldon interrupted, "but It face. was according to the forinulu of the "You brute! You cowurd!" she cried. rule of the weuk that Packard ruled. "You have made me shoot u man. aud And what was the result? I am still 1 never shot a mau lu my life before." alive. I'ackurd Is dead. He was un"It's only u flesh wound, aud he swervingly kind and gentle to his hoys, isn't going to die," Sheldon mauuged and his boys waited till one day he waa to Interpolate. down with fever. His bead is over "What of that' 1 shot him Just the on Malulta now. Tbe.v carried uwuy same. There was no need for you to two whulebouts us well filled with Hie Jump down there that way. It was loot of the store. Then there was Capbrutal aud cowurdly." tain Mackenzie of Hie ketch Mluota. "Oh, uow I say- "- be began sooth He believed lu kindness aud paraded Ingly. around the deck without eveu a reDou't you see I bate volver ou him. He waa tomahawked. "Ho away. you: hate you! Ob. won't you go His head remalua in M alalia It waa I way!" go was Packard's fiulab suisuicide Sheldou was white with anger. cide You must understand one thing. "Then why in the uame of common Berande. bur none, la by far the worat sense did you hoot?" he demanded. plantation lu the Solomons no far aa you were a white the labor Ib concerned. And bow it man." sbe sobbed. "And dad would came to be ao provea your point. Tbe never have left any while mau lu the previous owuera of Berande were not lurch. Rut It waa your fault. You discreetly kind. They were a pair of bad uo right to get yourself In aocb a unadulterated brutea. On wgf a down It wasn't necea- poaltiou. Beside SecondSundiiylneverymont.il, Mrs VltKtl Babliaiie. President Choir practice Friday Bight Tat, A, It Murray. Director. NF.XT '. 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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. man. "They were slave driver. To iMHll with, fhey bought their Infior from Johnny tie Mowed, the mot MteftOM recruiter In the Solomons. He Is working out n ten yenrs' sentence fn HJ1 now. for the wimion killing of rt black During his Inst dnys here he boy. had mnde himself so obnoxious that the nntlves on Mnlnita would have nothing to do with him. The only way he could get recruits was by hurrying to the spot whenever a murder or series of murders occurred. The murderers were usually only loo willing to plgn on and gel away to escape vengeance. Down here they call snctl escapes 'pier head Jumps.' There la suddenly a roar from the beach, nnd a nigger runs down to Hie water pursued by clouds of spears and arrows. Of course, .lohnn.v lie hlowed's whnle-bon- t is lying ready to pick Dim lip. In Ids last davs .lohnny got nothing hut pier head lumps. "And Ihe first owners of Herande bought his recruits a hard bitten gang of murderers. They were all five year hoys. Well, that's the gang of murder ers we've got on our hands now. Of course, some are dead, some have been killed, and there are others serving sentences nt Tnlagl. Very little clearing did those llrst owners do. and less It was war all the lime. planting. They had otie manager killed. One of the partners had his shoulder slash"d nearly off by n cane knife. The other was speared on two different occasions. They were chased a way literally chased away by their own niggers -" cTong came poor Ilugble ami me. t o new chums, to take hold of that Urd bitten gnng. We did not kuow we bad bought ItM situation, and Ucrandc. and there was nothing to do but hang on and muddle through some-bow- . "At first we made the mistake of in We tried to rule discreet kindness. by persuasion and fair treatment. The niggers coucluded that we were afraid. Then came the day when Uughie reprimanded one of the boys, and was nearly killed by tho gang. The only thing that saved him was the number on top of him, which enabled me to reach the spot in time. "Then began the rule of the strong hand. It was ell her that or quit, and we had sunk about all our money Into the venture, and we COM Id not quit. And besides, our pride was involved We had started out to do something, nnd v. e were so made that we just had to go on with ii. Do you know, we have been unable to fet white men ill. We've offered Ihe managership u half a dozen. I won't say lbey w. re afraid, for they were not. Hut they did not least that is consider it healthy- -! the way It was put by the last one who declined our offer. So ilitghie and I did Ihe managing ourselves." "And when be died you were prepared to go on all alone!" .loan cried, with shining eyes. "I thought I'd muddle through. And now. Miss Lackland, please be charitable when I seem harsh, and remember that the situation Is unparalleled down here. We've got a bad crowd, urd wu'rw HMklM them work." ether oi;;.e device. mi. inv . on; merer. tu illon. Uaf 0f IffrftWtj la hine and IS I'm m N'anie Addfe- . . Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensboro, Ky. Why. I a L4a came, " believe vou are sorry you A Sunday Ball Game By SOPHIA POOL In The Fnncil Shimer Record "Oh no. I am not at all." I cheerfulli answered him, "I had I perfectly lovely time. Let's go airain some time," but heavens! what an effort it was to say it. "Now have you got the story we are to tell all fixed smoothly t" William Estimates on Application A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, Theater. cures diabetes, weak und lame backs, At Shubert Masonic Thanks- rheumatism, and ail irregularities of This the kidneys and !!adder in both men and women. Regulates b'adder troubgiving And Saturday-Pret- ty les in children. If not sold by your Musical Comedy. druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two month's treatment and selc'om to "The Heart Breakers" the most perfect a cure. Dr. K W. Hall,fails 2116 recent of musical comedy hits Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for from the Princess Theatre, headed Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drugby George Damerel and a com- gists. pany of over fifty, will be seen at the Shubert Masonic in Louisville in the midst of a big revival he Nov. 30. Dec. 1 and 2, with Mati- ing conducted by Hilly Sunday. nees Thanksgiving and Saturday. 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Try it Oet a bottle todayl Wants Every Copy. 1 Dear Mr. Uabbuge: - Enclosed find for which you will please renew my subscription to the Breckenridge News. News From The Gillilands. I don't want to mis a single copy. Respectfully yours), Mrs. B. A llurduway, News has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gilliland, of Guston, Ky., Nov. V Ml Wichita, Kansas. Their address Market For Ginseng. They is 200(5 N Wichita Ave. China Is offering an unusually fa re well and prosperous. Mr. vorablu market for American (lusting. Gilliland writes that city has tine The stock at Hongkong la lower Usui Ulh.l i ) i I IW- - I'll.'V III.' for several yearn previously. " "Ye-- . I think so, but While on a visit one sommei II "Oh, come on. uunt Hell will "But what!" became highly enthused over ba-- o never know the difference. We'll "Suppose they nek as what kind ball. never missing an opportun- tell her that we went to the hand to attend the national game. concert, and she won't ask any of music they played at the conity cert ( hi one occasion 1 was introduced quest tons, " "Oh that's easy enough. What to :t young gentleman in the "Maybft you think she won't," do they always play at those conneighborhood of fifteen or sixteen I aid: but finding it useless to certs Buck number.--, nothing yours who was noted for being argue against William. I tit last but buck number-- . 'Star Spangled (lie village fun. and M girl en- consented to the arrangement, und Banner.' 'America,' and all those thusiasts were rate in that section not giving me time to change my old piece-.- " he immediately invited tne to at- mind he hailed u car with "Ban About thi- - time the car stopped anil we got oil and walked a tritle ball Sunday, Eclipse Park" on a tend the Saturday game. reluctantly in the direction of my Saturday came hut, ala-- , if va- sign on the front. aunt'- - home. I h ive had many strange feelpouring down rain, and when "Holy cats!" exclaimed William three o'clock came and it still con- ings, but I don't believe have "the whole blamed family are out tinued to pour our hopes were ever had such an on the porch. Say! haven't they dashed to the ground and we gave feeling l.efore in my life. I at any chairs in the house! (iee! it up, not without a great deal of in the car. my eyes rivited to the but 1 wish we didn't have to go lamentation. hack of the seat in front of me. in now." "Well, we have to, for thsf The next day as we were at din- afraid to turn my head, for fear ner the telephone bell rang and on of seeing someone I knew or ome-one have already seen us so come on." "My. but you children have answering 1 found it to he none who knew me and would tell other than my friend of the dtiyl Aunt Bell. William chattered on been gone a long time," my aunt before, William. He had called but 1 doubt if 1 heard a word he said as we entered the gate, "where have you been up to find out it J would go car said, o ingrossed was 1 in my "Oh, we went to the band conriding with him that afternoon, thoughts. cert, Mr-- . M.,''said truthful little and alter gaining my aunt's con-seWhen we got off the car and William, "and you ought to have I told bun I would be ready started toward the entrance to the been there for they played such when ho came. park, I took courage and raised pretty music, and you arc no fond At three o'clock William arriv my eve- - to look around. Such a of music too." 'What did they play William I" ed. The whole family was 'seated I crowd 1 never saw oefore. Of I my uncle in a peculiar tone. on the porch as he came up the course there was the Usual crowd "Oh, the "Star Spangle Banner,' walk wearing that paintul h ok of of men who frequent the Sunday America,' and sell consciousness so natural to ball games, but the women I felt1 'Annie Laurie, lots of other pretty music, said boys who have just entered upon jus if I would have been n great William. the "long trousers" age. deal more in harmony with my "Well. William, I am glad to "Where do you children intend surroundings if I had purcha-e- d a Ascertain tl.at your taste in music to ride!" was my aunts Llrst nackaffe of chewing arum. How is not as lepra ved as it is in some things,"' said my uncle in a In writiirwrl ii t AM Akt M .11 ever, I did not strive to he in har- other voice. i7lVJVM J. 'II1 ii tiu stern porch. mony hut sat there in the hot sun, "Wh-wha- t do you mean. Mr. "Oh, I guess we'll go out to afraid to look either to the right M " asked William in a far from Hickman Bark to the band con- or left of me, while dear little cheerful tone. cert," was William's innocent re- Willie, utterly unconscious of his "Well. I was at the concert and I happen to know that those pieces walked off. ply, as we surroundings and entirely forget As soon as we got out of sight ful of me, stood up and shouted, were not among those which were 1 know and hearing of the family William "Kill the umpire!" at the same played, and moreover, that you were not there. said, "Say, I have two tickets for time nearly killing me by jumping "Why, Mr. M , didn't you see the ball game this afternoon; lei's up and down on the seat and us We were over on a bench go." pre ty far away from the band jarring my head. " "But, William," I said rather Oh, the agony of tho-- e long two stand. "Yes, I have no doubt but what doubtfully, "you know girls don't hour- - spent in that grand stand! were bench go to the game on Sunday." If I held my head up tho sun wan you away on a the band and pretty far from too, "Oh yes, they do," said Will- in my eye. If 1 held it down, the for that matter, for the stand park ball iam reassuringly, "I heard our sun hurned the back of my neck, is nearly half a square away, isn't cook say this morning that she so I sat there with one hand over MI" was going." "Well, I'll tell you how it was, and the other holding my "Well, that's exactly what I my eyes handkerchief over the hack of my Mr. M. We really did go to the No one but cooks and mean. band concert for a little while and shop girls go, and besides, aunt neck. But all thing- - come to an then we heard a noise like a lot of Belt would have a lit if 1 should end, for better or worse, and just people yelling, and we wanted to go." as I was about to implore William tind out what it was, BO we walkto take me back to my happy ed over to the ball park and found Joan nodded feel remained silent. She home there was a series of loud that they were having a ball game, so we stayed a w hile after we got was too oc cupied in glimpsing tbe viand the game was over. It sion of tbe one lone white rutin as she shouts there." bad llrst seen bliu. helpless from fever, was the happie-- t moment of my "Yes, I know how long you a collupsed wraith In a steamer cbalr, youthful career when we took our lav d, William, for it is all over who, up to the lust heart beat, by eatin the car homeward hound. town now and there is no e denysome strange alchemy of race, was pledged to mastery. The exitement of the game o ft ing it. So you had better go on "It is a pity.'' she said. "Hut the William began to think with -- ome home ami tay there until you wtiite in. in bus to rule, I suppose." Unfa how to behave yourself on "1 dou't like it," Sheldon assured trepidition of what we would tell Sunday afternoon. " tier. "To stive my life I can't imagine my aunt upon our arrival. Kxit William bow ever eMM liere. Hut here 1 am, "Now are you sure you didn't The next day while looking over and ran t run away." " he asked the Sunday paper came across "Ullnd destiuy of race." sbe said, see anyone you knew ll an advertisement leading: faintly smiling. "We wbites have willi some concern. been laud robbers and sea robbers from Sunday afternoon, Eclipse I stammered, "I really "Kr ," It ts in our blood, 1 remotest (line Ladie- - admitted to the Bark The fact is, I didu't grand stand free of chargw," and sues-- , and we can't get away from it." don't know. "I uever thougbt about it so ab- look around very much." was it strange that when my aunt stractly." be confessed. "I've been too "Well, why didn't you look came out a little later she asked busy puzzling over wby I came here." around anyhow " he asked. "I who had torn up Sunday's taper ( To be continued never saw anything like you. I Sophia rool. -1 1 OUt-of-pla- -- -- -- J -- I ! 1 a V V. t -- -- u-- . -- 1 I 1 "Ba-e-ba- r: I n 1 fei I correct Clothing for Men at Alexander s . . NaM, , I Hevve a Big Line of i m m i z- - t u Suits, Overcoats All wool hand-mad- e You can have your clothes made to order by mm and tailors. I I I Raincoats 4 . to select from and they have a standard of style to suit all 0 Suits from $10 to $20 Fit guaranteed. I high-cla- ss ma , Let us take your Midi Ladies', Misses' and Children's star ill Brand Shoes grin! Special Prices 4c '2 can-Hominy (iood Calico ptr yard C Star Brand Shoes arc better for men, woaid wide c per yard mm and children because they are solid leather, no substitutes for leather are used per yard Ladies' Goat Suits in them. Nobby styles for younor folks. Men's heavy lleece lined underwear, worth 50c at Brown; Smart fashions; Black, Blue and S bars Lennox ! Cost J-- 5 Millinery Goes Soap i Long CoatS in Hour Skin and Broad Cloth; all clever makes: M color.--: solid leather: homy work shoo-- ; metal, patent. vi kid. 15c 25c 25c 10c - F" 4ic 7c 39c o 8 cans Ton lot cos ft cans Corn pounds Soda moat gjjj at 25c Best side 12ic See the bargains in White and Granite Ware on my 10c counter ED. F. ALEXANDER, 30C Irvington, Ky. on m oc 3JO The Education of a Rich Man's Son and a Poor Man's Son HV SCHOOL ORAOI PAULEY. ITUOKMT CLOVEBPOBT HIGH i is We must remain bar that our! day. bajrhing and talking, on Off future life depend- - upon our among all the rich boys. You will the other side of the room sits the childhood education. my find tint not BTerj child will take! poor boy. studying hard and word. After ichool do this advantage and make use of it. ing not n You will see that the rich man's! books arc moved by the rich DOJ. with son has all the ad 'antages needed And off goes the poor boy for school. He has nice clothing his hooks under his arm. rr.ino and all his school nece-sitipoor oo piJva mnw ,.t,,l The poor man n son has to work Dlpe his parents with the work. hard and then, maybe, has not the And the l id) bOV st ays out in town clothing and school until eleven an I twelve o'clock at sufficient e1 i 1 The rich boy is to graduate. cheered and thought to be very popular by every one. The poor boy Isn't thought very much of, questions and no one eaten what becomes of Then the t' acher si:ns the lesson him. He works hard and has been for the morrow. All through the saving bis money instead of spend-- necessities. Vet. they are both brought up. in the same ecbool lod have the same teacher. The to teher call the class and ask- - the pupils the questions and the rich man's son" can't answer any. Then he ffOM down to the foot of (he class and the poor man's on answers his i ' night and no studying is thought ab ut by bun. The poor buy is at home studying hard and trying to ret Ins Now, is kj sons. the time for this class ing it for cigarettes and giving it to the keepers of the pool rooms. In one or two years he has saved enough money to go to college. All thli time the rich boy is being raised on the streets, smoking cigarettes and associating with Organized 1872 Cloverport, Ky. had company. boy picks After a while the rich Up a paper while waiting for dinner and sees that old, crazy poor boy is one of the State's best edu39 ears of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate cated men and will run for claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a check. He the next year. 3 per cent on Time Deposits absolutely Sate Place lo do Business. thinks no more of the poor boy t An hut eats his dinner, and then out EXAMINED NOV. 15, 1911 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED A No. for his evening's occupation--whic- h is standing on the corners. Then he takes sick and there are field, were guests of Mr. and Mrs this kind besides the one just referred no chances for him to live after HARDINSBURG to. and hundreds of others are at work Davis Dowell last week. smoking cigarettes ard taking no Lee Dowel', of Sample, has qualified on the sani problems, on which indeed, care of his health. In two or Reai' T C. Lewis' Christmas ad as administrator of the estate of the government is at present spending throe months he is dead, ody a Misses Alscy and Margaret Miller, Lorenzo Dowell. Kvcry state has its agrimillions. young boy and just beginning to Martine Monarch and Mary Franklin cultural ex erimental station, where Felix Dowell, aged about M years, Beard, leave today to spend Thanksgiv- died suddenly Thursday enjoy life. at the home expert hybridizers and variety makers is Vice ing with Miss Sarah Deane Mojrtnan, of F. R Dowell. of Hardinsburg. On are he ping to multiply our pleasures And the poor man's Friday his remains were taken to of the table. President. He reads of the rich of Glendeane. Thanksgiving services will be held Sample for burial. The deceased, boy'.-- death and stops to think NOTICE. at the M. E. church. The Rev. M. L. through life an unmarried man, had for how he made fun of me and had Dyer will preach the Thanksgiving eight years liv d with T. K. Dowell. .Notice is hereby given to all parties nothing to say to me. sermon. having claims against the estate of Mi.--s Head T C. Lewis' Christmas ad But the poor boy is well and The ISreckenridge county High School Attorney A. R. Kincheloe was in Sue Newton, deceased, to present them enjoying life, and well thought ot will give a bazaar December 15 to me, properly certified to, and proven Louisville last week. I will arrange for their payment. Head T. C" Lewis' Christmas ad bv all the people of the State "Dread baking success is guaranteed and Horace H Newton, Miss Lena Hendrick, dnughter of if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour." Now, which of the two, do ou Cloverport, Ky. Warfield Hendrick, of the Clover Creek Sold bjr J. H. Giiduer. think took the best advantage of ond Charles P. Brickey, neighborhood of his opportunity of getting his of the same neighbornood, were mar GUST0N. Farmers' Meeting education t The Kud. - Cirace ried in Louisville Tuesday of last Pauley. week. The Farmers' Union of Breckenridge G. W. Smith returned to Louisville This is a well written little essay Mrs. Joe Trent and Miss Mollie county will meet at Harned next Fri- Sunday. to Trent, were guests of Mrs. Lee Walls day, December the first, for the purand one that points out tt Mrs. Riggs, of Rock Haven, is with pose of electing officers for the ensuing her daughter, How two days last week. poor boys and rich boys. Mrs. Lee Shelton. Marriage license: Arthur Duncan year. All members are urged to be many boys of till circumstances Mrs. Raymond Durbin and children, and Annie li. Bowman, both of Falls present. Important business matters of Louisville, are visiting her mother, make the best of their advantages of Rough; Raymond A. Kasey. of Kos- will be transacted. Mrs. Maiissa Smith. We congratulate Grace Pauley on etta aud Mary Pearl Rhodus.of Custer. The babv of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bun-gher composition and sincerely Buying For The Eyes Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dowell, of Gar is 111 of tonsilitii. hope that she will develope a talMiss Edith McCoy is with her grandKroiu Henry T. flock's "Multiplying the ent to write and make it an ex Pleasures of the Tabli " In Hie December mother, Mrs. Coleman and has entered LET YOUR 1 Century. cellent benefit to the world. school here. Editor. There is something to be said also in Mr. and Mis. Will Hall, of Webster, THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK OUR RECORD: vice-preside- i le.-s- on - er f 1RVINGT0N. Continued from tage 4 Resolutions were Monday evening adopted and committees appoiuled to investigate the moral, business and civic conditions, observing ot the Sab bath day and other tilings for the uplift ot the town Hint community. Tin- - ts uo doubt a movement 111 the right di J rectlou, and oue that should enlist good citizen. We wain to be known far aud wide tor civic i igbteousuess and citizenship. good Miead baking success is guaranteed il you use the Lewisport BKST Flour. ev-Sf- CHRISTMAS SHOPPING t this line be one of continuous pleasure, love and value If from the splendid assortment of Valentine Bitjranowski's raith Hoard Disappears In Mattress Shattered when Valentine Bieganowski, ?3) Garden Street, has tome to grief. Bieg.tnuwski had saved 9tK), 60O in bills, and had in gold and it hidden in his haute. When he went to couut his shining yellow pieces and the bright new bills Sunday morning, he found them all missing, he says. The police are investigating. Milwaukee, Wis., Sentinel. Watches, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, Pins, Buttons and Endless Variety of Gold and Silver Beauties at T. C. you S 0I: W) Lewis' NOW I.0S1 purchase your gifts, your Hoarding for three years, (earful of intruding his savings to buuks, an. having implicit outi-dencin tin- safety f mattresses,, I e Notice To Taxpayers Oder the new law all city and school taxes unpaid December 1st. 1911, a penalty of 6 per cent and percent M,u n st will be added after the above date. In order to prevent this addi tional Vi per cent, call and pay at one at DM SjftOJ in llM rear of Cloverport Bank. Charles May, Sr., City aud 11 holiday offering will be crowned with success. Take a look at our BXquisltS K v rythiiiir up-tJewelry. dale and em-l- piece uaranteeW lVpairs t lie t to be had; our tine is your shopping plnce. o favor of buying for the eyes. Women naturally want the apples and oranges, the berries, vegetables and other viande on their tables to look pretty and in viting. This being the case, it seems as if thera were no way out of the dittl culty. But there is. We can recon cile the eye and the palate by breeding fruits and vegetables that combine good looks with good flavor. Luther llurliank has done the world a great service by originating new fruits and vegetables; but his greatest achieve ment is in demonstrating that there is virtually no limit to obtaining fruits of any si.r, form, or flavor desired, and t iat the good looks an flavor can oe combined at pleasure with shipping a (I keeping qualities He himself is preparing many pleasant surprises of attended the burial of Jim Childs. Mrs. Newsoui Gardner, Mrs. Laura Cox and Kenneth Kerry, of Irvington, were visitors at J. R. Smith's Tuesday. tiewisUilpn and sitter, of Custer, visitad relatives Saturday and Sun day. Mr and Mrs. Owen Gilpin, of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kli Kings-wood, Johnson. While here Mr. Gilpin held services at the church Saturday night and both morning and evening on Sunday. The pie supper Friday night was a decided success In every way. The proceeds amounted to f 15. 4O. T.read baking success isguaranteed if you use Lewisport BEST Flour'-- . Have You any Money that can be Burnt up or Stolen? i bt-ti- Let OUK Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 THE BANK OF -- Surplus $A).(MM) Resources CO., 5J2O.0UO T. C. Lewis fardinsbury, ::: HARDINSBURG & TRUST Hardinsbur,, Kj. Sutc Tax Collector. 15-2- a ao. Kentucky f MHjJJMSj iisitnttSrtiiHrisMtreniiiil iimm n