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The Breckenridge news: December 6, 1911 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 brc1911120601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: December 6, 1911 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE V()l XXXV WIWI THAT'S PIT SIX TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 6. MRS. ELIZA BURKS GOVERNORS If 1 1. 8 Mage ro. 22 WTNAMARAS PLEAD GUILTY AS CHARGED J. B, Admits Dyna- miting Times. TOOK DARROW'S ADVICE Brother Confesses to Llewellyn Iron Foundry Job. Compte Davis are aiitnnrity ror this It developed that the dlsM'iet nt torn, v teok the initiative In the nr rnngemenf by which the McNfNMn brothers were to plead gui'tv to one indictment each and tliereM escape prosecution on the other remaining charges. John J McNamara did not actually place dynnmlte under the Llewellyn works, but Is so charged M an aeces sory. e Clarence Darv v ':..( "oi'ns' defense, said: "I have saved a human life out of the fp-thwre-nag1 Dies At The Home Of Her Dau- Will Participate In The Inaugughter, Mrs. ration Of Governor James B. Barrett. In McCreary Owensboro. Last Tuesday December The Morning-Bur- ial At Addison. ( Twelfth At Frankfort. 1 x- WILL NOT GET FULL PENALTY Belief Prevails That Judge Bord-we- ll Will Not Condemn James To Gallows and That John Will Not Draw Life Bulks, widow of the late John Burks, died last TmcmL.v morning :); o'clock at the home of lir daughter. Mrs. W. 0. Bartett, in Owensboro. Her death was caused from Hright's disease, after an illness lasting since last September. Mrs. Burks was seventy-eig- ht years of hge and hud resided in Owensboro only since her illness, having gone there from Louisville and her old home 'NAMARA JOHN J. at Addison. She was a member of one In Blowing Up of of the oldest and best families of Ken Admits Complicity tuckv. Iron Foundry. The remains were taken to Addison Wednesday tor burial and were accompanied by her children, who were met here by Mrs. Kd. Oglesby and Miss Lizzie Skillmnn. The deceased is survived by two o'her children besides Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. N. B. Tyler and Mr. John Hurks, of Louisville. S. 1 I Sentence. History of Crime Which Led to Arrest of Ironworkers' Union Officials Bums.Ofis and Gom-ner- s Talk. Los Angeles, Dec. 2. James B. pleaded guilty to the murder of Charles Haggerty by dynamiting. John J. McNamara entered a plea of guilty to the charge of dynamiting the Llewellyn iron works. Both men withdrew previous pleas of not guilty. Judge Bordwell came into court He advanced to the with a rush. bench, slamim! down a hook and his notes and sat down with a frown on his face. As is his custom, he entered the case "The People of the State of California vs. J. B. charged with murder. Defendant in court. Are you ready to proceed, gentlemen ?' Just previous to his entrance to courtroom Judge Bordwell had called the district attorney into conference with him. Evidently the district attorney had told him what the developments were. LeCompte Davis of counsel for the defense arose fioin his chair as the judge finished his statement. He said "After long consideration of thi3 case, If it pleases your honor and after consulting with counsel in this case, we have come to the conclusion that we shall enter a pica of guilty." There was a stir in the courtroom ai Mr. Davis finished his brief statement. Then the district attorney went to his seat, stepped over to the judge's bench and asked the court for the indictment in the case. "You have heretofore pleaded not guilty to this indictment, have you not, Mr. J. B. McN'amara?" "1 have," was the brief reply. "How do you now wish to plead to thiB charge?" asked the district attorney. James B. McN'amara's face paled as never before under the Cress of the situation. "Guilty," he replied. Directing his attention once more to the court, the district attorney aaked If he wished at this time to et the date for sentence. Judge Bordwell looked at the district attorney, glanced at his calendar and then to McN'amara, and said: "I fix the date for pronouncing judgment at 10 o'clock Tuesday, Dec. 6." J. J. McNamara then was summoned before the bench. District Attorney Fredericks read from indictment No. 6955. He said: "John J. McNamara, you are charged with the crime of exploding or attempting to explode dynamite in or near the Llewellyn iron works, etf. Do you wish to withdraw your plea of not guilty?" McNamara, who stood with bowed head, responded In little more than a whisper, "I do." "Do you plMd guilty or not guilty to thi indictment?" "Guilty," was the low response from the prisoner. Judge Bordwell then set the date of seutenee at 10 o'clock Tuesday, when J. B. McNamara also will be e Photo by American Press Association. not believe that the judge will sentence him to death. His life is the best that I can expect. For six months 1 have carried a terrible pos burden. We have sought-eversible loophole and have tried our best to groi e our way out of the maze, but about two weeks ago I discovered from the county authorities the evidence which they had. In addition to their evidence I had further facts which. If they had discovered, would have only add d to the hopelessness of Jim's plight. "Jim is goinn; to tell the press all of the facts at a later time, although I do not like to 'ask him to do so now. The county hud a dead open and shut case ftgalnsl us. I am very tired and worn and can not talk at this time as I have been under a terrific strain for the past few weeks. Indeed, I will never be able to describe the ordeal through which I have passed. It was a terrific strain.' Deputy District Attorney Horton said: "The chief consideration thr.t appeals to me is the economic. By getting pleas of guilty the county is saved r great expense without the complication of a controversy as to whether the big fund has been wisely expended. If we had convicted the men people would have claimed that they were railroaded. Labor leaders all over the country would have called the trial "the crime of the century." There was an opportunity to silence everybody and also to save a large sum for the county. Although the court could sentence McNamara to be hanged, it seems to me that the least we can do for a man who has saved us a lot of money is to spare his life. While It Is an unusual thing for a man to plead guilty to a crime punishable by death, In this case the fact will be considered and will suve J. B. McN'amara's life." Asked about McManigal, Mr. Horton said: "He will have to take his medicine with the rest. He won't go free. Probably he will plead guilty to the indictment charging h m with exploding dynamite at the Baker iron works and will be sentenced for I do t hope. lne G'H enter of Kent tick , i ".ov - '. ivei nor of trnor elect hihI four Ikti CofatMawral h will perticlpeta in the iiiRUKiHHtion .,f James It. McCrea'v I) at Flunk fort. The X'ii ) ei nor- - are Simon Bohvei Buckiier, W (). Hradltv, J C, W Hecklum mid Mr. McCreary Of course the ( '. nernor who will partio- peta is Qoveraw Wiltooa and it is prob- aoly the only time in the of any state in the I'niou when so many ex- Qeeaieota took put In ike Inaagnrettoa of a Governor. Former Governors Hacklier, Bradley and leckkaei ail I occupy a cartirtge mil be in the inaugural parade with ( '.overn r Wdlson and Governor-elect McCr ar v The inaugutiil parade will be the largest anil most itnpiessive ever seen in this stste It will come near being a militaiy pageant, as the entire State militia will participate along wltk Ikoee- , , I .. .. .. .1 A ! .1: n i,iii I ni nii'ii- - vi i Mini risKf ,i ... g.Hv ur.uorms it that number can get Miss Annie Murphy Dead. to tins city anil members of Democratic Marching Clubs and JfQttng men's Drin As the News goes to press a telegram OCratlC clubs from eveiy large citv in was received by Mrs. Eugene Kings- tins state will be invited to participate bury, announcing the death of her sis- in the parade. Interior Journter, Miss Annie Murphy. She was al. striken Monoay with paralysis and died that night at 11 o'clock at the home of Welling Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Upton, in Chicago. The remains were expected to arrive here from Chicago last night, after Cannelton, Ind., Nov. 2'.i. The enwhich MTang 1M Ma will be made for gagement is announced of Miss Welling, of South Bend, to I,ee the funeral. Besides Mrs. Kingsbury, MlfH Mur-ph- Rodman, of this city, the marriage to leaves another sister, Mrs. Tom be celebrated on Saturday, December 16. Miss Welling is a graduate cf Col Watkius, of St. Joseph, Mo. orado college, at Colorado Springs, and was for two years teacher of Latin In Achilles Moorman Dead. the Cannelton higi school. Mr. Rodman is vice president of the Indiana cotton Achilles Moorman, one of the oldest mills, having assumed active manageand most prominent citizens of Meade ment of the plant in 1SM0, coming to county, died Friday morning- at 'his Cannelton from Louisville, his home. home at Big Spring. He had been ill several months, but was confined to Quail Supper At Brown's. his lied only a week. Mr. Moorman's birthday was the tnirtieth of this month and he would The young society men of this city have been seventy-fou- r years old. He gave a quail tapper at Brown's Thank? The occais s.irvivetl by a wife, one daughter, giving night at ! o'clock. Myrtle, and two sons, James Moorman, sion was the largest and most elaborof Big Spring, and Kaymoiid Moorman, ate affair of this season and a menu was served. The table of Louisville. Besides the children, he leaves three brothers, John Moorman was attractively M t ami plate I were Miss Lttla of California, Matt Moorman, of Texas, laid for the following: and Scy loorman, of Tennessee, two Sevei s and Mr. Allen Fierce, sisters. Mrs. Judge Board, of Hardms-ourtf- . Cleona Weather holt and Mr. Lafe and Mrs. Margaret Talbott, of Behen, Miss Louise Babbage and Mr. IJig Spring. The burial took place Sat- Vivien Fierce, Miss Rebecca Willis and urday afternoon in the family burying Mr. A. Buthugton, Miss Kva Flank anil Ir. McDonald, Miss Kdith Flank and ground. Mr. Faul Lewis, Miss kay Heyser and Dr. Hilliary Boooe, Iflaa Martha Willi Sells Farm To Son. and Mr. Marion Denton. I.illard Johnson has sold his farm to After the ices were served the young his son, Jas L. Johnson, and has bought men had cigars and during their smoke the Toll Gate Place on the pike and has the girls gave their personal thanks in moved there. His son, John H. Johnson, accordance with the day . One wound of Louisville, spent Thanksgiving with up the happy event by saying she was him. He has a good job at the L AN. thankf ul tor a beau. railroad shops in that city. hi-t- nr -Mar-ghent-- Mrs. Kli.a RoVal Baking Powder Absolutely Pura Makes Home Baking Easy With minimum trouble and cost biscuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, variety, dry, and danger of alum food is avoided. found-in-the-shop i inosi delicious runner wa server Tne ,able W.S ,)ea.ltitulu irrange'l and was as pretty as the writer has ever had the pleasure to see, besides it was loaded down with the best of evervthing to Pretty Church Wedding At eat. The afternoon was very pleasant Party Enterly spent by the guests in conversation and with music. Many good stories tained Handsomely at were told bv W. A. Basham, T. M. Batts and others. Mr. QJdeOfl French, the cltwi T..r Springs at list, was p eseut aia! made a photograph of the Irvington, Kv., Dec. 8 (Special ) cotnpa The wedding of Miss Alberta More-meAltogether, pleasant day was spent Drury to Mr. Edward B. Fontaine by all and we all hope Mr. was beautifully aoUnmilOd Wednesday Tuul will iiave many happy birthdays afternoon, November 2i, at " o'clock at like this. A Friend. the First Methodist church at Bewley-vill- e. n pit-sen- t . n . , . ,. NEW BANK WILL BE OPENED AT WEST POINT Mr. Wm. Hayes, of Henry county, has been at West Point for the past ten days. soliciting stock to open a new bank, to take the place of the defunct Kentjcky and Indiana Hank. Mr. Hayes has met with gcod success, and severa of the inlluential citizens inform us that there is an excellent prut pact of the bank being established. Mr Hayes says ttiat he has succeeded in placing ufflcienl stock aining tkl citizens of the town to UArt a banK up ot a good footing, and it is probable tllat the bank will be opened for nes January I, 191 J. West Point is in need of a oauk at tne present time, and wnen the Salt river Dridge is completed a id the Lincoln and Jackson Way Is ouilt, the growth cf the town will consequent ly increase, and the bank then will be an aosolutc necessity busi-Mis- s town Mirror, Week Of Prayer Observed. "The Week of Frayer " was observed jointly by theWomaus Foreign Mission- The altar was banked in ferns, palms and plumosa and presented a tl easing picture. The bride in full bridal costume and carrying a shower bouquet of bride's roses, entered the church with her maid of honor. Miss Willa Jeanette Drury, who was dressed in white with touches of pink and carried pink carnations. They were preeeeded by the brides' maids, Mioses Bessie Foote and BlkJa Kendall, also in white with touches of piuk and carried pin carnations. The groom entered the church with Mr. Jas. S. Younger, his best man, and was preeeeded to the altar by the ushers, Mr. Edgar Hard way and Mr U'..theu Drui y. A most beautiful musical program was rendered before and during the ceremony bv MkMM Blanche Jolly and Kathleen Walker. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. Chas. H. Drury, one of Breckenridge county s most successful farmers and stock men, while the groom is the junior partnerof the firm of Hook k Fontaine, a leading hardware firm of Brandenburg, where the bridal party was entertained Thursdav. As The News Goes To Officers Of Farmers' Union. The Farmers Union of Breckenridge County at the recent meeting elected otlicers as follows: W. M. Cundiff, of West View, president; Win. Snyder, vice president; J. W. Willis, secretary and treasurer; John Kennedy, Chas' Bruington and Wui. Adkisson, directors. Thanksgiving At Cloverport Hotel. Thanksgiving dinner at the Clover-po- rt Hotel is always a feast and Thursday's menu surpassed any previously enjoyed by the boarders. Hates were laid for twenty-threbesides Mr. and Mrs. Pate had for their guests, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Randall, Prof. T inner, Mrs. Tanner and Hugh Tanner. e, that." Joseph Scott of counsel for the defense said: "When we first broached to little Jim the plan for having John plead guilty he said: T won't stand for it. I won't let you fasten anything onto my big brother. am lie I i Rooster Still Proud. A rooster belonging to Mr. John Cox, one of ttie staunchest Democrats of the county, is still carrying his head high and spreading his feathers. Mr. Cox said at twelve o'clock the night before the election this rooster crowed three times and he knew then McCreary woui J win. sentenced. When the McNamara come before the court next Tuesday to learn of their punishment tha Times dynamite case will havo coma to an end so far as they aie eerned. All of the other Indictments against them will be dismissed, according to an agreement between the glstrict attorney's ottiee and the attorneys for the defense. District Attorney Fredericks and Attorney Le boy who did everything." "1 teld him that if he too that stand ii regard to John there was every chance that he would ko to the gallows. But also told him that if John pooled his interests with Jim they might be let off easily. In order to make it strong with Jim, I asked. 'You Mould cu a pretty figure on the gallows.' "He said: 'If I have to go to the gallows I wou't be ashamed of the figure that I cut because I will be 1 Miss Oglesby Improved. Mis Kate Oglesby is expected home from Owensboro this week alter a very pleasant viait to Mr. and Mrs. Bricden-bacb- . Her health it much better. GonllLued on ae 7 ary Societies of the Methodist, Baptist and Fresbyterian churches in an all day seivice last Tuesday. The meeting Prominent Young Physician was presided over by Mrs. V.G. Babbage. Tne splendid program whicn was so To Marry Louisville Girl. successfully presented, was due to her careful and diligent planning. The Mr. and Mrs. Cnas. Lahmann, of theme for the week was "AdvanceLouisville, have announced the engage- ment". ment and approaching marriage of Four Bible studies were given. One their daughter, Miss L'Mee Lahmann, by each of the following persons: Mrs. to Dr. M. O. Kobertson, of Glen V. G. Babbage, Mrs. K. B. Fierce, Mrs. Dean. The wedding will take place at H A. Oe'ze and Miss Laura Satter-fieithe Lahmann home December the fourteenth. Dr. Robertson is a mem Mrs. Fierce made reference to the ber of one of the best families of Breck- fact that this first union service was on enridge aud is a prosperous young phy- the anniversary of the birthday of her u sician. mother, who was a member of the society, the first society organized iu Cloverport. Birthday Party. K.u h of the societies presented a report of the progress of its own work, W. I. Taul, of Free, was given a connectional local and The field most delightful surprise party on Dec. emphasised by the Baptists was China. birth- They !nd. in honor of his thirty-nint- h contribute to the support of a day. Mr. T. N. Hawkins, a friend aud scholarship in the school where Miss relative of the family, was present, It Mary Moorman is teaching. The being his liftieth birthday. Methodists are workiug for the estabWilliam Those present were: lishing of a girls' school in Kio, Brazil. aud daughters, Catherine and The Fresbvterians are doing special Lucy, and son, Frof. lames McUovern; work in Korea. Among the uumlier ot good things on John T. Matthews, wile and little son, Marcus; W. O. Fate, wife and three the program was a hue paper by Miss Satterfield on "Faith". children, Karl, Fthel and Arthur; E.T. Laura by Mrs. Leonard Oelze on Also u paper World Fate aim wife; T. M. Bates, wife and Wide Missions. The prayer led by the daughters, Misses Minnie, Lillie and president, Mrs. Babbage, was deeply Bessie, aud little son, Jesse; T. L. impressive. It was beautiful and ferlull of inspiration. Kyan, wife and children, Mary, William vent and A nice luuch was served by the ladies aud Fan hue, George L. Taul and wife; of the Methodist society at the noon W. A. Bashum, wife aud daughters, hour. Greetings were sent to Mrs. W. Misses Myra and Fearl, and sou, Mar- Q, Hardaway.a former officer. The vin; Gideon French, Misses Nellie and singing was especially good. U- - Misses . i'iiuuie bmith aud Mildred I lutiL Hrowil Mi.ns tMinlt Mules W K " ' ' " I iiresultMl at I h Ola ni i The otferiugs Taul and George Keowu, of FordsviUe. were highly gratifying. Fres-byteria-I Press. wm Parker, o Montrey, California, died Monday night at 7 o'clock. Remains will be brought here. J. F. Ditzenbaugh was run down by an automobile in Louisville. He was not hurt seriously and is doing nicely at Norton Intirmary. Peter Best, Sr., Dead. The remains of Peter Best, Sr who died of inlirmities incident to old age, Thursday morning at the home of his son, Peter Best, Jr., at Seven Hills, will be shipped to Hawesville this afternoon at j4fl o'clock, over the L. H. and St. L railroad, where the interment will take place immediately after the removal of (lie body f rom the train Sunday Messenger. We handle the largest stock of Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods in Breckenridge county W J. Schopp, Stephensport. Sheriff Sheeran First. Sheriff Dannie Sheeran was in Frankfort last week and 011 Dec. 1st he settled in full for the State taxes. More than lhUo dog tax aud over $34, OIK) property tax was paid into the State treasury. Sheriff Sheeran has the distinction of being the first in the state to settle, a credit to himself aud his deputies and also to the entire couuty. where prosperity and promptness enable the officers thus to make the beet record in the state. ...... i B. F. Beard & Company's Christmas Greetings and Suggestions for Early and Sensible Buyers 'J M LI CI 11, ployes, who are often Ml .1 1 VERY section of our store invites your inspection and is in readiness for Christmas buy- - fa ing. DO I Ollr anoppino lUWX ir means ocucr sciaiiuiu, mine umc m which w HCi-Li i iiv over-work- ed by the crowds that come at the last minute. from i v,... fhop who - serve, von as well as consideration for em-J tLWe have m for this month. It will distribute the Christmas buy complete. ing over a longer period and save you money on your holiday purchases. Each and every department cinrl spp nnr ciisnlav of Tnvs. tr be shown them; come and bring your children and buy your toys now at the very lowest prices. thing you neea. 1 TO YLAND Ir7if-ofir- n F.verv attention will You will find every- - i Dolls and Dolls, Furniture, Games, Steam Engines, Drums, Doll Beds, Mechanical Toys, Velocipedes, Dishes, Sleds, Chairs, Toy Stoves, Tool Sets. Xmas. Suggestions for Ladies Handkerchiefs in holly boxes, 85c to 11.50. Belts, 2w to $l.oO. Glove-- . Handbags, Silk Hoisery, Silk Waist Pattern!, Fur-- . Lace Col-IaTable Linens. Towtls, (.'lock-- . Roekers, Rug. I'liibrelliis, etc. n, Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Extra each size-- : Sets, Fish Sets, Making Dishes. Vases, Jardiosrst, Umbrella Steads, etc. Platen, Special Friday Sale Table Cloths, Napkins and Towels. Your opportunity o luy your Xmas. Linens at a re duction of prices. Finest Linen Napkins, size 24x24; beautiful patterns; good S2.89 value, worth $3.50 a dozen; at Pure linen, size 24x24; valued at $3. per dozen; at $1.50 values: $1.24 Holiday Stationery Beautiful Stationery, nicely boxed, in all sizes and shapes: 10c to SI. a box. Jewelry The Ideal Christmas Gift Full stock of the latest novelties. Bead over The prices are right. Collar our HlffSStinni Buttons, Cull' Button-- . Tie Clipps, Watch Charms, Vest Chain-- , Bracelets, Fountain Bens, Necklace-- . Toilet Sets. Thimble, Rings, Baby Bins. Christmas Suggestions for Men Suspenders in Christmas Boxes : cents to L Neckwear and Half HoM Bfi cents to $1. Umbrellas 1.S5 to 8.60. Claeti Sblrti $1 to 1.50 llazors SI to 18.50. cent-- ' to $1.50. Pocket Knives Swan Ilat fl.W to Handkerchief in neat boxes 50 cents to 98 .boi Cull Bullous 850 to $8.50 pair. Suspenders in Christinas Boxes 85 cents to si. Neckwear and Halt Hose 2o cents to $1. oitD ftn sq Books Choicest Books for boys and girls. make popular presents. 5c to Si. They Linen Damask Warranted all Pure linen, satin finish;72 in. wide; $1.00 a yard value: at 85c 69c i' Towels Huck Towels, 40 in.long;red border; 15c value; at Linen Towels, fringed; 25c value; each Glass and China Ware Dep't. Nothing mors appropriate for a gift. Our Bowls, Salad selections are many Cut-Clas- s 10c 20c in. wide; 85c per yard value; at Satin Finish Damask, 8 in. wide; 60c per yard value; at in wide; 80o per yard value: at Pure Linen, unbleacked Damask, 68 49c Woodstock Satin Finih Damask, 58 NO SEASON FOR IT You Are Shown The Way Out. en ioy robust hi alth. And how m;my lpa on! pcoj e we see Mjoytng their an old man in the park a short met while SgO. He was seated on a bench Interested by bis appearsmok.ut'. approached ance ct extreme old ag I 1 I Mr. Aug, of Ursencutle, was the speaker, and made many interesting talks. His subject Friday evening was "Revival of Kural Life," and was very Miss Stone In Louisville. Miss Annie Stone, of Shreve, who has been with the Butler mercantile business there for ten years, is in Louisville buying a new line of goods. Miss Stone is quite a bright and successful business woman and also writes for magazines. Some of her articles have been accepted by The mid-wint- and get into conversation with him. He There cin be no ju-- t reason whv any told rne he was 9J reader of this will continue to uff-r the 'And ho do oj like bstsg so old''" hark, th annoytortu rs of m H asked ance of nriii rydtiordsr, tksdufMi f "There ain't much in it." lie said Miiow kidnT !! wImh rrikfta possi with a certain hun.ur. "It would be ble ami DTOul givH ISt tliese ills rati better if we were all gettin' young " m coivincing be ciueil. The f ll "Ilut I see you can enjoy your pipe." proof. "Ah, yes. .Ti tny greatest comfort Mrs. K. D, T vor, !5-'- 3 Clay St., don't know what I d do without it." M, Ky , say- - "A constant paiu And he took out his old black briar and mkw mv kMssjrti cwiipssitJ SJ ga.ed at it fondly hriilche, rob'ieil me of all energy and What does the Protect a feliHK of UngIMM Ti m1MmI A ISSS NO ive League think of that? th I was (Mliculty with t e kitli.ry secrearc few, tions which causr.l nie much aniiov-au- i When we are old and friends If any yet remain, I c uld w thai S'i e My hck not lif., o ul uiy Oidmary liousewr'tW And we aro often feeling blue And full of ache or pain; was lmovi 1) jre d try treiijih When When all there is to do tor us I proI lienrtl of Djan's Kidney PJU, And sit around all dav. cured a Mppljf and I nrver Infore o k 0 much good And people think us garrulous a uiedicinc that id m And only in the way Ki lnev MB NmIm4 gmtvf Si tW I'llls and do not l esit.teto recomtneud What solace then, tobacco brings, kings! That balm at once of slaves and -- jiiu I InSm Non-Smok- interesting. Shirley Kngland, of Kvansville, and EugeiM Vaughn, of Jackson, Mich., are visiting J. S Kngland and hunting for a few days. The Tobinsport High School gave a pie supper Saturday evening, tjuite a neat sum w as realized which will be used to buy literature for the school. "My child was burned terribly about S B Groom, of Rome, visited friends the face, neck and chest. I applied Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain ceased here Sunday. Jess Vancovia was home Sunday and the child sank into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg, from Rome where he is atteuding N. Y. school. SECURELY REPOSING the strong vaults of this bunk kg Dm ideal depository for your idle funds, because the utmost security is afforded them, and as a depositor of this institution you are extended every approved nankins; convenience in our power to place at your disposal. in We mail. especially invite the opening of accounts by Ds'i them." Price 50 Kor sale by all deulei-.- . Co., Buffalo, cents. for the I'ntted New York, Mia ac-ntStates. Remember the name- - Doau's and Koster-Milburn s take no ol hi-r- . The Holy Herb To the editor of the Sua -- Sir: The Protective League seems to emulate King James' to l.t trying celebrated' Couuterblaste to Tobacco. " I see the latest pronouncement is to the effect that tie weed is an insidious s poison. Now, whom em not agree readv to. admit, but that tru moderate use of the weed is injurious to the think is simp'y majority of smokers not true. I have been a smoker all my life from the tender age -- let not the Protective League be startled of 9. but now, though well OS in middle life, tOSSSCQ ASM 1 I that there are people with Maurice Hyde and Orville Leaf were Tobacco Notes. at home Sunday from Cannelton where they are attending school. Philip Snyder, of Locust Hill, has Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewisport BEST Flour. sold his crop of Bui ley to James Gray for 8 all round. Lvery family has need of a good, reLee Bruington sold his crop to Bud liable UsJSMSfc l'or sprains, onuses, Board for H round. soreuess ol thu must Its and rheumatic Alf Taylor ar.d Alexander.Custer.have pains there is none better than Cham- bought about 100,000 pounds at $5, $2 berlain's, Sold by all dialers. and $6 round G. A. French, ot Ekron, raised 1210 pounds of fine Burley tobacco on one is gotten rid of Judge Birkhead's Comments. The quicker a cold acre. ibe less the dauger from pneumonia and other serious diseases. Mi. li. W. L. "Is a man not guilty of violating the NOTICE. Hall, of Waveil), Va., sayn "1 firmly law if he takes a bottle and goes about believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy giving away liquor in a local option disNotice is hereby given to all parties to be absolutely the hest preparation on trict? He had better be careful about having claims against the estate of Miss for colds. I have recomthe market that." These are two sentences from mended it to uiy friends and they all Judge Birkhead's comments in the Sue Newton, deceased, to present them properly certified to, and proven agree with tne." Kor sale by all den lei s. Lewisport liquor case in circuit court to me, and I will arrange for their payment. which are respectfully referred to the Horace H. Newton, curbstone attorues and their common Cloverport, Ky. (very common) curriers who run back and forth to Cannelton on least provoSeventeen Conversions. Krnest Weatherholt e't Tuesday for cation, Hancock Clarion. Ft. Wavne, Ir.d.. where he has a position NOTICE. The Rev. Arch Morefield and the Rev. J. S. J. Breer closed a splendid Messrs Jas. Kngland, Krnest and All persons having claims against the meeting at Dukes Thanksgiving night Dudley Beavin. 1. W. Winchell, J. C. Two States Bank, of Stepaensport, with nine additions and eight conver Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sander attended the Fanners Institute held at Kentucky, are notified to pretent their sions. Te City Wednesday and Thursday of elitlms. dulv uroven.as required by law, to the undersigned Assignee, at its Don't use hursh physics. The reaclast week. Suppirn.i Mai Institute was held place of business in llurtliusburg, Ken tion weakens the bowels, leads to The I Saturday- tucky, at any time during business chronic constipation Get Doau's at Tobinsport Friday an hours, 00 or before the sixth day of They operate easily, tone the December. MM 1. stomach, cure constipation. This does not apply to depositors, whose cluiius will be verified by each D'Huy Catalogue. upon the payment ol iiivuienus. ei... o ,,. i.f u nli nshnr .V Trust Co.. Assignee of the estate of The Two Catalogues from the firm of F. N. Slates Hank. D'Huy 6c Sons, of Delaud, Kla., were received here last week, which show Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News they have a progressive business and believe in advertising. one year Ij.SO. THE FARMERS BANK, :: Hardinsbuix Ky. 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. T0BINSP0RT FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvington, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier x J. E. KEITH DEALERS IN (EL SON Granite and Marble I Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY. 1 1 $3.50 Better Subscribe for The News Right Now THE FEDERAL COURT Making an Exhaustive Inquiry Into Whole List of Dynamite Outrage.;. PLANS OF THE PROSECUTION Taking Jurisdiction Under Statute Relating to Interstate Commerce, Federal Grand Jury Will Follow Lead Given by McNamara Confeaalon. Indianapolis. Dec. 4. The theory on which the government la noting In the federal grand Jury Investigation Into dynamite outrages throughout the country known to have been committed under the direction of John J. McNamara. and believed to have been Inspired by men higher up In the Iron workers' union, is that the explosives were carried over interstate railroads conand In pursuance of a nation-widspiracy to destroy life and property, This, It Is alleged, gives the United States court here jurisdiction over the offensea. The second theory Is thr.t railroad bridges form a part of the property of interstate commerce in the meaning of the law and their destruction is therefore an offence against the federal statutes. Out of this grows the conclusion that the transportation of the explosives and the actual use of or intended use of In destroying property constitute a continuing crime which is punishable under the statutes. Taking the destruction of the IOS Angeles Times building and the consequent loss of twenty-onlives, for Instance, government officials say that federal courts would have no jurisdiction If the dynamite had been purchased In T.os Angeles, but If It Were purchased in any other state and can be shown to have been carried to Los Angeles or sent there over an interstate railroad, the sending or carrying of it gives the court jurisdiction. This question has not been definitely decided, but the district attorney is looking tip the law and it may be, if the transiMrtation of the dynamite and the crime resulting from the explosion and Incident to it are one and the same, the men charged with tt may be guilty of murder under United States statutes. It Is known that this theory is being in( stiuated. It is pointed out that during the Harrison administration a deputy United Stntes marshal killed a mnn in defense of a justice of the United States supreme court, and that that court held that he acted wilhin the limits of his duty. W. If. H. Miller of this city, attorney general at the time, ordered the deputy to protect the justice and defended the act In the supreme court. This case, it is argued here, shows that the person of the justice of the supreme court may be protected even at the cost of human life, and the conclusion Is drawn that violations of the Interstate commerce law, ending in murder, as in the Ixs Angeles Times case, would give the federal court jurisdiction of the larger crime as a part or result of the smaller. 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Russell Comptou was in Louisville last week. Hun. (ius Brown, Judge II. DeH, A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cure kidney and bladder trouble, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of tha kidneys and bladder in both man and womcu. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will b sent by mail on of $1.00. One small bottle is'two mouth's treatment ancyseldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. B. W. Hall, M6 Olive straet, St. Louis, Mo. Sand for Kentucky testimonial. Sold by tie Dejarnette, of the New Bethel neigh- Reception To Brides borhood. And Bride Grooms At p. McDavis, foiiuer postmaster of The Wilson Home. West View, moves here from Beaver week. He will occupy the Dam this residence, on Louisville street, recently Ballard Wilson, of Mr. and Mrs. vacated by I.aikin Gibson. Glen Dean, spent Thanksgiving in LouHigh isville with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. County The Breckeuridge School Literary Society was organized Hardin Wilson. Wednesday afternoon last wetk with Karl Thomas prstdent the father and mother gave a handsome and Robert Curtis vice president. The reception in honor of their married meetings will be held each Friday af- children, who are: Mr aud Mrs Ballard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs H. Kdwards, ternoon, beginning next Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Beit ot Versailles; The Mothers' Meeting at lite High Wilson, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. School building lsst Friday afternoon was well attended. Mrs A M. Kinch-eloe- 's excellent paper was to good that she was asked to repeat it at Cbupel exercises this morning that the school Dr. might also enjoy it Mid be protiltd by its inspiring sentiment. The work of the RHEUMATIC REMEDY grades was inspected aud recogu tiou For 15 year a Standard Remedy for given to the most .ueritorious. ail forms of Rheumatism, lumbseo, gout, sort muscles, stiff or swollen "Bread baking success is guaranteed )oint. It quickly relieves the saver if you use the Lewisport BEST Flour." pain reduce tha fer, tnd eliminates Sold by J. H. Oaiduer. the poison from the srstem. 60 cant a boa at druggists. Holiday Giftsll Wa sliow thousands of tilings suil-ulile for presents m oar display Qf Watches, Diamonds, Rings, Silverware and novelties in Jewelry Come to see us C. Ik for.' huyliiK or send for our new ratalo,,,.. Slid at ijopul.tr prices & SON. All u.,.U M. WISEMAN iJ&XSA Louisville, Ky. f RHEUMATISM Whitehall's $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year t3 5O. m for frst at. trial vth Bm tea a. Ollie Wilson, of Fonbville; Mr and Mr. Thomas Dies At Irvington. Mrs. Murray Wilson, of Borden, Intl., including their only unmarried son, Mr. Wash Thomas, a good citizen of IrWayne Wilson, ot Henryville, Ind. All vington, died at hi home there Tuesof the children except Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilson have been recently married. day night after a lingering lllusss of tuberculosis. II ha been sick for sometime Out just in the last mouth Fine Time At Kingswood. hi death, was couiined to hi bed. Hi ,is thirty two yeara uld and is The Kev. Mr. J. T. Rushing went to survived byaaife aud several childShepherdsville Wednesdu) after a pleasant visit to Kev. Mr. Hughes, tf ren. The ti.naral was held at the home Kingswood. Mr. Bushing said that jo Wednesday by th Rev. L. K. May Kingswood has the second best choir and the interment took piece at Kosetta aod the most enthusiastic Bible study class he had ever vibited. Now. rs Subscribe Right ' THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO. D. BABBAdt NEWS, CO. Marion Weatherholt, m&mmmmm- - SONV PUBLISHING Fnrlly Quality Issued Kvcry YVodnpsdiiv. EIGHT PAGES. GLOVERPORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, DEC 6, 1911 Subscription IVcc $!.() s your in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS K crnt nor line, and CARDS Of THANKS over fivo lin cent twr lino. Do your Christmus CVHtl faff Mfjfc Notary Prblic Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Santa Claus Says Go To. For Your charjrrd for Ht tho rate of 0 Fidelity Bonds Twenty yenrs' oxpoiionee in the execution of lippinir now. VAPMM i 'hri-tmas Some Imw, we (lid not have much Thun kstr vi tier talk in Ihe News, spirit hns tnkon o not that we wore not L'lati'fu'. bat the ( trtlU, write and road itlxuit U that (kid hold of us. and nil wo enn and irlorious event. We hear it three times a day at home, tlieliunnr id ns well n the important part of preparation: wo m p if in the ou store and road it in the newspapers. This week wo hou to call your attention to our Christmas advertisements. They contain so mat y valuable and sensible MfgtttiQM, and from them enn lie clearly seen that the nieii liant- - have left notliitiij undone, in order to enable y u to moot all your Christinas dem tn N and desires. Aside from our ad vertisinsr features, we have fully covered the local news of the county Bw-Icthis week, with items from Lodibarg, Krymire. Stephen-por- t. villi-- . I lai (I iislui nr. Irvinjrton and paragraph from other plaom. If you have And ftlso, wo WKOl you to en joy .lack London's fory not been retding it. look np the hack nun ben and road from the first n every page arc lianas of social occasion, and while, here chapter. and there, you Bod notes of sadness, for instance, the death of a good friend, still wo believe that you will say yourself: ''The New- - is real good this week." Now, honestly, would you like to not along with-ou- t it? Ask yourself the question, then sec if you can think of a year's subscription for s Christmas friend who would like to have y i -- this ii MKMT8 Pure Home-Mad- e Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents frices Reasonable Work for First-clas- s Sugar Candy m m TLI STOBIfl w ill ti n WHILE THE PRESS THUNDERS ttv UMTM m Snout Home made 1 fl stick candy, all Uu flavors, per pound Tit If v and Cream candy. Mavors, per 1'ttre pound Fine Hand Made Nut Choco lates and Hon Hons, We do in a ot pat OBI lOe candy per pound Fine I, Hand-Mad- 30c Candies 10c e Box 0 20c box and then charge you 40c per pound for the candy. We will sell you the box and then yo gift, Rev J, Duggins is t ie banner man of the corn field this vear in Breckenridge county. His was a small ecreage, only thirteen sere in all. but it brought results from thorough and deep plowing before it was planted and then followed by the right kind of cultivation lis average yield wa-- a little loss than 50 bushels to the acre. The ground on which this corn Was raised is what b Called the old "Bit) in sage fields" around Harned. Brother Dafgins is demonstrating the faot that those old fields, when properly cultivated, will produce corn, tobacco and wheal, equal to tiny land in the country. Brother Duagina says next year he Is going to put in one tore, break up the subsoil with dnaniite by boring holes in the earth three feet deep and about, forty feet apart and place in these holes about a fourth of a stick of dynamite to loosen and break up the bard subsoil. Then he will give it a good deep plowing and follow this up with thorough cultivation, and instead of reiving fifty bushels to the acre, he will raise 200 bushels. We hope Brother Duggins will carry oi.t his progressive ideal to show people what our lands will produce when properly cultivated. There ought to be more one acre farmers in Breckenridge county. Then, our lands instead of being worth Sin to BSfi an acre, would be worth B60 to 1150. I "I have gotten my ChrUtmas list Fine Hand Made plain chodown to a very few" said a youn colates and Hon Ofto married woman last week. ''I simply Hons, per pound ZUu situation last year and cut braved the off those with whom I wa just merely exchanging tfifts. If it was as hard on them t k'et presents to exchange as it was on me. am sure they were glad ran of the step tcok." 1 pound boxes with just the price of the box added. I, 8 and buy the kind of candy you want to put in it. I I I Headquarters I Don't For All Kinds of Fine Fruits and Nuts One ol Cloverport's mothers tells the way that her daughters learned to sew. Kvery time she would drop her work the t'irls would pick it up and sew on it. Sometimes their stitches If would be right, sometimes wrong they were the latter the mother took them out or worked over them without In this way her sjyintf anything. daughters were never discouraged, and now ail of them can sew remarkably well for their anes. 000 Get Cold or Hungry, a Bowl of Brown's Chile w;ii Von Rtcrht Onlv 10 Cents. AVWS. f III M. 4 Will Sometimes it's hard for the mother, old a'e for her feeble hands to do. we heard of a grand-mother grandwho has reached that sweet of eighty, to find something 000 THANKS TOR their approval TO OUR CUSTOMERS Last week wlnw health does not permit her to do any Important duties around the home and her grand son said: "We couldn't yet along without grand mother, although she can't work. Kverytime we want to rind anything from my cap to mother's Land that has waterproof subsoil is practically worthless, as it glasses, she tells us where to look holds the surface water in lueh quantities oa level ground that the Seems grand mother's job is to keep roots of tree- - and plants are rotted away; oa hilly ground it allows tract of things and that's a whole lot " the surface water to run off, thus preventing the storage of molster of help to us. with the result that vegetation dies quickly in hot weather. Such Ooo blasting with "Red Cros-lead can be rendered fertile at once by "When I left home at the age of nine teen, five years ago, my father and I dynamite. The subsoil is completely broken np and the dry. dead had a man to man talk. He said lie top soil converted into a rich loatn for leei than the amount of the would send me money unless I got This is a 111, forneeireasoned that a fellow who taxes for a year or two. From Farming with Dynamite. he little booklet that should be in the hands of every farmer. The Hen- has health and has to write home fir money, is simply no account. I have derson KoutS will send you one for the asking. lived on free lunches and put some uf my assets in pond, but I have never Tobacco buyers are now covering the fields and taking over the written back home for cash except for "s farmers at good prices. $9, $9 and 8 for dark types. my own savings," declares Mr. A making the raisers feel good too. They are all well satisfied with cf Somerset, l'enn , who is at The Duncan House the prices and are letting it go. The buyers are: J. 11. Pbeloa A Co.. of this city. Moorman. Haward A Co. and Kohortson Bros., of (ilea Dean, kud John O'Riley, of Bardinsbarg. Deliveries will beDown at the shops recently they have gin as SOOO as the weather of tons up, hid their annual visitor. He is a little man and his head is covered with hair If you have enthoaiaau and Confidence deeply rooted in your own is white as snow. Over his right shoul der is strapped a brown, rusty satchel business it is going to succeed: without these it will boa drag. that hangs down arm's length and when he walks swings to and fro like r their continued patron- H age since we started it. We have met with success and realize it is the best business step we ever took both tor us and our patrons. given us, we will ,&ive To show our appreciation of the of our Cash System and co-operat- ion 10 Per Cent Discount on all Goods Until January 1st. Tills Includes all our Special Christmas Goods Silverware, Fine Stationery, Fine Perfumes crp 1 1 -- 9 Do Your Christmas Shopping in a &, SANTA CLAUS will make his headquarters with us We have many beautiful, choice Silver articles for gifts. If we have not what ou want we can order it Stewart's 61 Louisville at Louisville's Christmas Store Complete Stores Under One Roof Come to Louisville at Our Expense The Plan: -( Purchase a rOUad trip ticket from your hen v on have com home to Louis die. pleled your shopping in t hi- - store, take your return ticket and your ales hooks, which are given you with each pur i huso, to the credit desk, (South end of huildi g) lirst lloor. in cash, We will refund to you per cent of your purcha-e- up to the total amount of your round trip railroad fare. .' the pendulum of a clock. Kvery year he spends a week in one of the old box rs back of the shops. Early in the morning he can be seen walking up the railroad towards town, smoking a pipe, and back he ccuies at night about nine o'clock. Mr. Frank Moorman, of the telegraph office down there, kept inquir ing until he learned the stranger's name and one of the older men at the shops said: "That old friend is a clock tinker and has been coming here for years. Three winters ago he worked all day on my clock, fixed it and charged cents. We gave him only twenty-fiv- e dinner and supper, then felt that the pay was not enough, but he wouldn't take another cent. The clock still runs all right. His name is Kussell." When Mr. Moorman saw him the next morn ing he spoke out graciously: "(iood morning, Mr. HusseM!" He looked back at Mr. Moorman three'timea but never said a word and that was the last seau of the clock tinker. Silver Pocket books, Chains, Vanity Boxes, Attractive Pins, Dining Table Silverware By Paying Cash You Can Afford to Give Handsome Remember we give 10 per cent discount Presents. Irvington Pharmacy, 1 I Irvington, Ky. declined to serve longer and the committee proceeded to an election. Judge H. DeH. Moortnad was chosen chairman and Jesse Walls Secretary. It is reported that Mr. Moore will accept a lucrative position elsewhere in a sJMfl while. THE STtWART DRY GOODS COMPANY, LOUISVILLK, KENTUCKY can't play th piano, ugly old picture out on the manlei. conversation. to craata can't ing and it's uu to M convtraa- I despise to aea family pictures in the ways to keep tha avaninn's i i parlor." The experienced girl chum lion . rroui iukk explained' "That la a conversation drawer. Whenever I expect company Henry DeHaven Moorman (a man) who is uot easy to entertain I Made Democratic Chairman. put out everything lean that will at At a meeting of the eckenridge Br tract notice. Tins helps to bring out a I'lease tell me why you have this County Democratic Committee held in the court house on Saturday at 1 o'clock p. n .. a chairman and secretary were elected; Hon. T. J. Moore, who haa been the chairman for the past few years, and Edward Dillion, who tj been secretary, owing to the fact that their duties call them out of the county, Subscribe Right Now. Hsfc aid .ju. A Reliable Remedy FOR & .rOP COU I CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm It qiilcMr abiorbed. 1 6lvn Rclieljt Once. It cleanses, fwiothcs, Itcftla nnl protects tho discntftl mom. brano resulting from Catarrh and driven away (iCold in tho Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Tasto and Smell. Full stzo CO cts. at Druggists or by innll. Liquid Oroam Halm for uo in atomizers 75 cts. Ely Brothers, 50 Warron Strett, Now York. 15he Breckenridge News. 0, 1911 WEDNESDAY, DEC. w BECEMBEingni SIAAITIWI TIFIS i AAT6.i8.9 Bin e , 111 iT2 Boone's office building, hrmcrly owned by Dr. Ughtfoot. Mrs. Jrttiies Cordriyhm reduced every thing in her millinery More toMhi lowest possible prices. Mr. and Mr. Ames Mattinvly (f Ekron, upent ThnnksgUing with her siMer, Mn. Steve W.lson. Dr. Bn k Adkltson, ot Webster, v.s here Monrlay to fell his tobacco of which he had 1000 pounds. D.ic Norton, of Evansville, was at CheiiHiih Tlunksglviug to see h I daughter, Mary Agnew. MifS Caniernu, of Knoxville, Tenu,, is the guest of her sitter, Mrs. II G. Smith, Ht The Clovetport Ilctel. Rev. C. J. IlolHn, of Wert Point, preached nt Raymond Sunday nnd was the guest uf II. II. Norton, uf Webster. Biuce and Scy Moorman, of IlarueJ, attondtd the funeral ot their uncle, Acholics Moorman, at Big Spring Situi-dii- f If " LET YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Wa.r t s. - fit-il- I mKtmrmmimmjmmm$mm$mtm ' tiiis time bo 0110 of continuous pleasure, love und vuluo from tho splendid assortment , For Sale Mules. COU SALE Klncpilrof mnlr, .' years old. hIhiiu lit hands IiIrIi) tin iron ami tinniest and l will Iknoxtsprlnu; lino I in roe now Call 011 1). II Hovers, Cloverport. Ky. of Watches, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Bracelets, Pins, Buttons and Endless Variety of Gold and Silver Beauties at For Sale COlt 8AI.I: A is lioro power Miitltmi'ry Qua hnulnc: Walking mikr. In k.kxI Ilriokinrlilgo Newn, Ciovrriort, K'y For Sale FOItSALK-Dco- ai, I flfjf j TiU Christmas Only Days iwwiWBggV'BPWiHBBwiWBlBWBPiPBMIWMWPBi CM Cloyerport. Ky. til ti ti bw Mortiraucsiind iillkliiil v...-- .. Ii.isi,..mih.... T. C. Lewis' For Sale Scholarship In tlio ItowllnR Rood In any fin art y. you purchase your gifts, your holiday offering will be crowned with success. Take look ut our exquisite Jewelry. Everything nnd each piece guaranteed Pepuirs the host to bo had; our store is your shopping place. 11 te mrnt of that University. llrpckcnrldcoNews, Cloverport, Ky. TOR SALE-'G- UN poll (Jrrpn UnlvcrHltv. SAI.K-Scliolan- lilp 10H121314i5!6 H1W2Q212223 OTM2T282930 Mr and Mrs, Thos IJeaid are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a ten pound hoy nt their huue nt Ilardius-burMrs. Benton Kubanks and little daughter, Alice Cleo, went to Frankfort last Wednesday to stay until the first of the yenr. J. B. Howard and daughter, Miss poilSAl.B. Acloulile-lurrolsliotpu- twosclsof liirrels Kor furtlicr Inform-atloapply at Newi ollleo. A bargain. Has g. In the meantime we are getting onr store ready for Santa Clans. He will have lots of nice things tor you this year. "DO YOUR SHOPPING CMS B n i i i T. C. Lewis llardinsbur, : Always carry a full line WE Kentucky; Dorsey I.. Lloyd, of Fordsville, spent Thanksgiving with his daughter, Mrs. Ollie Buckby. R A. Richaidsou, representing tho LOCAL BREVITIES E. A. Richaidsou Clothing Company, of Lou'sville, was nt Gal field this week and having a fine tmde. Ed. Whitehead has contract for plasRead Brown's nd. tering the residence of Father O'Daugh-erlDon't forget the Bazaar. at Paynesvilie. Robt. McGlothltin will furnish the concrete. L. M. Crunie, of Hnrued, is belter. Who will get the piano at Sippel's. $750 cash will buy Preston's store Airs. John A. Ross went to Louisville near the depot nt Cloverport, Ky. This is a bargain but must be sold. To see Friday. tnc deed or for information ask at the Piano contest nt Sippel's closes Dec. store. 80,1911. Mrs. Sallie Moorman and daughter, If you head in at Brown's, your litad Miss Katherine Moorman, have returnis right. ed home from St. Joseph, Mo., where J. T. Daniels, of Waitman, was here they had a delightful Thanksgiving with last week. relatives. John M. Gregory spent Thanksgiving Cluudd Mercer, of HardiuBhurg, was in Kordsville. here Monday euroute to Hawesvills, W. M Htowu, of Duraut, Okla., 'was Vine Grove and Louisville. Mr. Mercer here last week. is one of the busiest attorneys of WestPreshyteiimi Christmas lluzar will ern Kentucky and has yet had ouly two houra of hunting, his favorite sport. open December 12. Mis Etoise Nolte has returned to Attorney Hal Murray, Gen. David R. College in Louisville. Murray and LotTcin C. Murniv went to Urowu's is the place to buy good can- Evansville this week to give bond for ' David Murray, Jr., and make arruuge-- j dy, because it'ti putc. JIus Grace Benton will be home soon uicma iui uis iiLccpuuu in ins irausicr to a position in New Yoik with the from Marshall, Textis. Jf been sick several weeks with a complir cation of ills She was yeais of age und leaves a husband and several children with a host of friends to mourn her loss. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at tile Baptist fifty-fou- Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and Sec Them EARLY" J. qji C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. m y church. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stith left Saturday for California. "Eread baking success is guaranteed if you uso Lewisport BEST Flour". Shrike ff the grip of yourold enemy, Nasal Catarrh, by using Ely's Cream Balm. Then will all the soreness be driven out of the tender, inflamed membranes. The fits of sneezing will cease and the discharge, as offensive toothers as to ourself, will be stopped when the causes that produce it are remover'. Cleaulineso, omfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm. Sold by all druggists for 50 cent?, or infilled by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New York. 1 &mvmwmMMw&mmmwtfmwMfy GIBSON & SON I jne 1 im 0 uoveroor i FRESH I Pays per cent s Liglif Just like homo made on Time Deposits Jts depositors are made secure by The largest and most select stock of Xmas goods just received at W. J. Schopp's, Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes Vl'lils is what wo make with clriin hands, fresh materials und rood machinery ft J,L1J biuLiviiuiucis ...1 wiiose acrcrreo-at&t wealth amounts to over $1,500,000.00 e fcH- - Attorney Jesse Eskridge, of llurriii.s-burwas here Monday. Handsome millinery goods at cost at Mrs. James Cordrey's. L. E. Moiris.ameichant of I'atesville, went to Louisville Fiiday. Presbyterian Chiistmas Bazaar will open December 12 nt 2:30 p. m. Be sure you are right, then go ahead and you will head in at Brown's. Wm. Martiu, of Greenville, has been the guest of MUs Mniuie Dellaven. ""Marion Weatherholt shipped a car load of lumber from Gufield Friday. Mrs. Lamb, of Rockpott, Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tate. John P. Ilaswell, Jr., of Louisville, was at home in Ilardiusburg last week. BraliHiidt, the photographer, fill be in Irvington Saturday, December the ninth. New shoes and new styles at Sippel's. The Rev. Mr. G. N. Neafus, of is home visiting I. N. Neafus, of Ekron. Ira Rice, of Martin, Teuii., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Rice near Dukes. Hat?, plumage, ami nil millinery goods at reduced piices at Mrs, James Col-orad- g, Combs, Ready, of Owensliorc; who is very ill. Miss Ruth Carman and lr. Frank Faith, mother, Misses Alliene Biddle and Pauline of Cloverport, Messrs Louis Powell and Cnshuian were in Louisville last week. Robt. Colms, ot 0veusboro. Aunt Jane Frymire, who has been HI for some time, is no better nt this FRYMIRE. Pennsylvania railroid. Miss Ruth Faith gave :i ThanksgivDave and Tom Reynolds and sister, ing dinner Thursday at hei home intnis Miss Anna, have none to Center Point, city. Plates were laid for Misses KathInd., to bo at the bedside of their Altti erine Let us have your order for Iircad what you must have three times a da'.;.. Sfifc&&&5 iwitomm$ uf Direct from Hie Factory and no Middleman's Profit "k 1 PAUL LEWIS. Cashier Our undertaking establish- writing. ment -- is complete. hearse at reasonable W. Funeral Mrs. Barnio Anspach, of Rome, Ind., was the guest of her b'othor, S. J. prices. Ilrnshear, last week. The farmers are busy fathering and J. Schopp, Stephensport. shredding corn. We are t'lad to learn Larime Barr, who has been ill for sometime, is much PIANOS PIANOS H. J. Krebs Irvington, Ky. A lino Piano .fli)!) Pianos from $;5.".()0 up. Tri nn Timn Organs from $15.00 up We are Factory Representatives Write us for Cut.ilonos JBIG SPRING better. Lonnie Hasher, who has been in Meade county, working, arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Vnn Nelson leit Monday for a three month's stay in California. Mrs. Dick Clarkson, cf Elizabeth-town- , attended the burial of her cou sin, Mr. Moorman, and remained for several days with friends for a visit. Bruce and Scy Moorman, of Harned Station, came up to attend their uncle's THE DANIfcL-SAMUEL- S MUSIC CO. OWI-NSBOR- funeral. Charlie Moorman, of St. John, spent Wednesday night with his brother, T. R. Moormon. Cordrey's. Mrs. D. C. Moorman, ot Gleh Dean, Little Miss Carrie Mae Jackson, of spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Louisville, is spending this week here Strother. with relatives. Mrs. John Witt was called to her rePresbyterian Christmas Bazatr in Dr. ward Saturday morning. She hod Friday and was very ill. Misses Mollie, Amy and Lena Barr, wont to Union Star Saturday to attend Rev. Powell, the Methodist minister, held Thanksgiving services at the Bap the Bazar. School is progressing nicely with tist church Thursday morning at 10:30. Miss Hallie S&vers as teacher. Roy Mason, of Cannelton, who teacl.-e- s Bread baking is guaranteed a success the High School here, spent his vaif you use Lewisport BEST Flour. cation with home folks. Misses Nannie Kinder and Verda I'olk and Claud Hayden went to Evansville Friday to attend the Indiana I nutter. KR?s. Ill koys, (Jiiso. Clitck- Teachers.' Association. kinds: 11 so Itiihlitts Will linv tiny Claud Hayden attended the Thanks-givin- g placu and any amount; cash for suinu dance at Cannelton last WedHarned, Ky. S. H. DAVIS, nesday evening. Miss Mary Frank, who is teaching nt 1 T0BINSP0RT 107 West Third St. KV. J Uranchville, spent Thanksgiving with their parents here. home folks. Messrs. Maurice Hyde, Chas. GardMrs. L. B. Perkins, of Cloverport, ner and Orval Leaf were home last attended Thanksgiving services and week from Cannelton, whtre they nro attending school. dinner here Thursday Shirley England, of Eansville, and Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Miller, of Cannel- Eugene Vnughn, of Jackson, Mich , have returned home after a visit to J. ton, were here Thursday. S. England. Thomas dela Hunt, of Cannelton, Sheldon Lee spent his vacation with visited at the buddaith home Sunday. home folks. He is nttending school at Misses Rupeita Tinsley and Naomi Rome. Bread baking success is guaranteed if Simons, who are attending school nt Cannelton, spent their vacation with you use the Lewispt rt BEST Floui FURNITURE! THItJ homo is Christmas Gifts That Last a Lifetime! HH FURNITURE! rsimawmrrm'ttxwjtn&r Why not hitvo a "Homo Heautiful" yourself? If you arc a man, take a little interest in holpin to beautify tho liottso in which thero is tiomething more than "paying tho bills' that U rofltiirod to havo all tho household beauties. It takes thought and planning and insight to have live a real home. Has your daughter dainty, French dressing table? Are tho bcdn fitted up with good mrttresscs and springs? Are tho floors covered with neat mattings, stylish rugs or sonsiblo carpets. Wo havo all tho essential furnishings to maintain COMl'OHT and GOOD ClIEKlt for a homo successful. what you mnko it. 11 Sideboards, Buffetts, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards, Extension and Center Tables, Folding Beds, Book Cases, Rockers, Diners, Desks. EQUIP YOUR. HOME WITH RJCH TURJNISHINGS Ilnvo regard for tho Pleasure of your family Prepare to extend hospitality to your guests. Uogin by getting pioco by piece of Hardwaro or Furniture. OUR TERMS ARE REASONABLE. IRVINGTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO., Irvington, Kentucky Adventure A Romance of Educate For Business Private instruction from export teachers in all departments. Day and night Decks free. Free employment agency. Not a school in session the KltifB yT-graduate out of a posi Ik. ".. Writs for catalogue ar.J terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. . . CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church Ruptlvt tirrty srhool. a. m. "C. R. LlfhWoot, Superintendent. Prsyet MelM Wednesday 780 p. m. Baptist Aid laoMf Society meets Monflsy after Second Sunrisy, SVBf'f month, Mrs. A. H. Hklllman. President I-- The South Seas BY . flcthodlat Church Method M Sunday School, 0:30a. m. Irs D. Behen, Superintendent. Preaching every Sunday nt it a. tn. hiiiI 7:30 p. in. r'rniik Lewis Pastor. Prayer meeitnii Wednesday, 7:30 p. ni. K.pwortti I.eHiltii'. regular ervlce Sundsy IV'4! p, m; huslniHi. met'ilng first Tuesday night, each month. Miss Margarlt.e Hum, President Ladles' Aid Foclety meets first MonOnv each month Mrs. Forrest Llghtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society meets Second Sunday In every month. Mrs Virgil Bnbhage, President Choir practice Krldsy night, 7:20, A. H Minray. Director. . . Short I.,. ml Ito. k keeping, TyM-wifliig- , , . Itiipld t ub illation. I'eniii.inslilp. . . Jack London Copyright. 1910. by Strwt O SmUh Copyright. 191 1, by the MucmilUo Cnmpwy CTIAPTKR Vlll. T.OCAI. . . . .Civil Service. BfcM law. Commnrlnl OoKrnplty. Arithmetic. .. . . . Ml . . Ssllliig. Kngllsh. . . .. . , OMBMMMi linking, 'om metre. .Punctuation. I'se of Adding Machine nnd other ofllce devices. Presbyter'an Church Presliyterlan Sunday school a m. Conrad Slppel, Superintendent. Preaching eery Tldrd ISundsy. Uev. 7 Adair Minister. Prayer meet rg Tuesday. :30 m. Ladles' Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Sunday every month. President. Mrs Chas. Satterfteld. COIOR. small ketch funned nnd a little later the skipper cnme ashore, lie was a soft spoken, gentle olced young fellow of twenty, hut he In advance won Joan's admiration when Sheldon told her that be ran the ketch all alone with I black crew from Maliuia And romance lured and beckoned before .loan's eyes when she learned lit- was Christian Young, a Norfolk blander, but a direct descendant of John Young, one of tiic original Bounty nratlMwa. TIm blaadnd and English blood showed in his soft eyes and lawny skin, but the Kng that's the Fulcra BJ brothers' plantalish aardnns aaaaaad to have disaption." Vet the Iwrdneas was peared "At any rate, his news tonight has and H was Wbal nsbled alas to run his ketch stngla handed and to wring given me a better insight Into the life a MftHbood out ol lb Sgbtlng Nolo-M- down here.'' .loan said. "And It is colorful lite, to say the least. The Solomons ought to lie printed red ou emhar-rasseJoan's unexMM tad praWCBca the charts and yellow, too. for the him until inc herself put him out at his ease by a frank, comradely diseases.'' "The Solomons are not always like manner thai "Hooded Sheldon's sense "Of course. of the Htness it tilings femiidue. this.'" Sheldon answered. News from In world Vonng had not. Brands is the worst plantation and but he was lilled with news of t lie everything it gels Is the worst. All Solomons. Fifteen boys had stolen the oid timers shake their heads at it MM and run away Into the bush They say it has what you Americans " from LnngM plantalion. whieii was call a hoodoo on it. "Brand will succeed." Joan said farther MM on t he Juadal anar coast And from fie hush t hey had sent word stoutly. "I like to laugh at superstithat they wen- oinmg back to wipe tion. You'll pull through and come out the three white men in charge. out the big end of the horn. The ill I am afraid. While two ot the three white men. in luck cant last forever. hunting them through the thoULh. the Solomons is not a whitt turn, were bush. There was a strong possibility. mail's climate.'' "It will he. though. Oive us fifty Voting volunteered, that if they were all the bush Is Bllgbt circle around years, ami when not caught, they cleared otl hack to the mountains, nnd pip the iimal at rteranda In order fever will be stamped out. everything to steal or capture a whalchont. will lie tar healthier. There will be "I forgot to tell you that your trader tit I and towns bete, for there's an ' at I'gi has been murdered. he said lo Immense s mount of good laud going came big canoes "KIT Sheldon. The black, the brown and to waste down from INirt Adams. They banded the yellow will have to 4 the work. in the night time and '.aught Oscar The anagwJ by the white men. asleep. What they didn't steal they black labor is too wasteful, however, The r'llbbertj Ulbhat got the burned or Indian coolies news at liboll pass and ran down to and in time Chinese lie imported. " was at Mboli when the news will Agl. 'Then I lie blin ks will die oil ".'" came." Sheldon shrugged his shoulders and "1 think I'll have to abandon Ugi." retorted: Sheldon remarked. "Yes. like the North American In"It's the scotid trader you've lost dian, who was a far nobler type than there in a year." Young concuiieil the Melaticsiau The world Is only so "To Make it safe, there ought to be large, you know, and it is tilling up" two white men at least. I've got a "And tlie unlit must perish?" dog for you. Tommy Jones sent it "Precisely so. The unlit must perup from Nal island, lie said he'd ish." promised it to you. It's a tlrst class lu the morning Joan was roused by nigger chaser. Hadn't been on board Captain a great row and hullabaloo. two minutes when he had my whole Voung bad landed Satan at lb mo boat's crew in the rigging. Tommy Ml when the brldtre building gang calls him Satan. Jack Henley was had started along the beach. Satan killed at Marovo lagoon two months ago. The news just cama down on was big and black, short haired ami muscular and weighed fully seventy the Apostle." pounds, lie 'U not love the blacks "Where is Marovo lagoon?" Joan Tommy Jonas bad trained him well, asked. tying him up daily for several hours "New Georgia, a couple of hundred telling off one or two black boys miles to the westward," Sheldon an and a So Satan lime to tease him. at "Bougalnrlll lies just awered had it in for the whole black race, d" and tlie mr ond after he lauded on the "His mora house boys did it." Vonng beach the bridge building gang was put up to It Went on; 'but they were Stampeding over the compound tcnoe by Ihe Marovo natives. Ills Santa and swarming up the eoeaMMri pain. Cniz boat's crew escaped in the whale Sheldon called "Good morning. boat to ( hois, ill. and Mather, in the from the veranda, "and what do you Lily, sailed over to Marovo He burn think of the nigger chaser?" ed a village and got Henley's hi.nl "I'm thinking we have a task before buck He found it In one of the houses us to train him Into the house boys." Whevv the Bigger Md it drying. And she called hack that's all the news I've got. except "Atld to your Tahitians, too. Look that there's a lot of new out, Noah! Hun tor It I" loose on ihe eastern end of Vsabel. NoSatan, having satislled himself that body i. news now the natives got them. the tree perches were unassailable, was VM government ought to Investigate. charging straight for the big Tnhitiau Ab-o- h, yes a war vessel's in the Hut Noah stood his ground, though group, t lie i 'a mbi ian. She burned three somewhat Irresolutely, and Satan. lo Tillages at BlM - on account of the every one's surprise, danced and you Know and shelled the hush. frsked about him with laughing eves Then she wenl to S to straighten out unit wagging tail. things there " "Now that Is what I might call a The paa)Teaatloa iMMfeM general, proper dog," was .loan's comment. "He and just in iore VosMsg t to go on Is at least viser than you. Mr. Slid board Joan asked: don. lie didn't require any teaching "liw can v. hi manage all alone, to recognize the difference between a Mr. Young?'' Tahltian Bid a black boy What do His large, almost girlish eves rested you think. Noah? Why don't he bite ou her lor a moment hefore he re- you? He BBTTa you Tahitian. eh?" plied, and then it was In the softest N'oa Noah shook bis head und atld gentlest ot voices grinned "Ob. I get along pretty well with "lie no suvvee me Tahitian," he ex tuvni. Of course, there is a bit of plained. "He suvvee me wear pants trouble once in aw Idle, lint that must all I he MM w hite man." be expected. You mo never let Ihein "You'll have to give him a course In think you ure afraid. I've been afraid Sartor If. sarin.' " Sheldon laughed, as plenty of times, hm they never knew he cnme down and began to make it." friends with Satan "You would think he wouldn't strike It chanced, tt4 then, that Adamu a musiiit that was biting him," Adam and Ml Una re. two of Joun's Sheldon said w lieu Young had j:. no- sailors, entered the compound from the on hoard. 'All the Norfolk islanders side gate. They had been down to that have descended from the liounty far Halesuna, making au alligator the crowd are that way. Hut look at were Young. Ouly three years ugo. when trup. and. instead of trousers, grace Happed in lava be hist got the Mluerva. he was lying clad about lavas that limbs. Satan fully their stalwart In Suu. on Malaita. There are a lot ot returned (Jueeuslauders there a saw tlieui and advertised his Hud by rough crowd. They planned to get breaking aw.iv tiom Sheldon's hands bia head. The sou of tbeir chief, old Mill charging. "No got pi. ills." Noub uuuoiliiced. One Eyed liilly, had recruited ou wllh a grin Hi t broaden, d M Ad. nun died of dysentery. Luuga ami That Adiiin look b. tl.ghl meant that a whit man's bead was He ' Hi. ii I ,ni th platloru Hg owing to Huu any wait man, It lull . ic mi v.. I,.: i d didn't matter who. so long aa they got Sllppolicd AT sunset h In to nnrhorasre. - the head. And Voung was only a HIT and they made sure to get Ills easily. decoyed his whalebout ashore Tho.v with a promise of recruits and killed At the same Instant the all hands Suu gang that was on board the MiHe was Just nerva jumped Voung. preparing n dynamite stick for tish, and he lighted It and tossed It in BBSOng them Uo can't get bim to talk about it. lint the fuse was short, the survivors leaped overboard, while he slipped his BMBOf and got away. HM fat bonis of shell 'J'hc.v 've got money on his head now. which Is worth (100. Yet he goes into Sun regularly. He was there a short time a go. returning thirty boys from i ape Marsh Name .. Address Daviess County Business College 'Acknowledge the College." E. B. Miller, Pres. Catholic Church Sunday of each month. Mass. Sermon, and Hered I'tfon. !:00 a. m.. other three Sundays at 10 IS a. m. (In week days Mass at 7:(0 a.m. Catechetical Instruction for the child ren on Saturdays at S:30h. to., and on Sundays at !i M a. m. and 3:.'t0 p. m. first OwensborO, Ky. lb, - On Beinq Calm. One of the linest things within reach of the average Indiv idual is calmness. It is also profitable Calmne-- s is tlie twin sister of comfort. The HMD N woman who has formed tb habit of calmness Is apt to be comfortable when others are un comfortable, dlfBctf It mntter to Nor is it str-lmake I his habit feel enough nt home to become a member of the family! For calmness is about ninety per cent freedom from fear. As n rule. Ihe person who Is not cnlm Is nfraid of something or somebody Afraid of self, perhaps. And that is the most disconcerting sort of fear. Tlie way lo be calm is to be calm. Wbetl the winds of adversity or dis are appoint moid or discouragement seeking to rulllo vour mental seas, keep IWMmbeftng that there Is no such a thing ns a comfortable passage with the waves beating high. So. keep calm.- - Philadelphia North American. I there. Please, if you have one of this I remain, as week's papers, send it. ever, your friend, Mrs. Myrtle White, 'Vichorage, Ky., Box 25, in care of E. Straus. P. S. Please tell Father Brey for me I would like to see him. Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch of your clothing. Doan's ointment cures the most obstinite cases. Why suffer. All druggists sell it. Victims of Exploding Kerosene. New Albany. Ind.. Ilea 4. As a result of an attempt to start a fire with coal oil at the home of Kdward Case, Mrs. Case is dead, her daughter, Mrs. Nora Lynch, and her son, Raymond Case, ten years old, arc dying and her son. John Case, aged seventeen, is badly burned. A coal oil can exploded in the hands of the mother. DR. H. J. BOONE Pes ma ncn I !Dr. Owen's Oflice, Main Street Hours: f to It a. m. to I p. m. 1 Dentist Cloverport. Ky. crioiz3lo1foofcorz3 BALL & MILLER Sale Livery, Feed and Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky. cioEi3o1oo1c3oirz)o When you have a cold get a bottle of unberlain's Cough Remedy. It will soon li you up all fight and will ward oil any tendency toward pneumonia. This remedy COntailil no opium nor other narcotic and iiihv be given as Confidently to a baby as to an adult. Sol.l bv nil dealers. Ch Teachers Elect Officers. Evansville, Ind., Dec. 4. The Southwestern Indiana Teachers' association elected officers ns follows: President, Rockport: P. S. Morgethaler, vice president, Charles H. Harts, Jasper; , secretary-treasurerK. P. Wiles, principal of Kvansville high school, reelected permanently MAurv We te'.l you how, and paybefttnpr';tt prices, v.'eI are dealer;. established In ISdai at: call do IiK I TIC it for yc u n WAS A fa l It GRIP OM TBI LOWCT .iavv. which held ihe water collected from tin? root. Polled here. Satan turned and charged hack on Mat ana re. "Ran. Matattare! Ran!" Joan called. lint he held his ground and waited the dog. is "He is The I'earless One-tha- t what his name means." Joan explained to Sheldon. The Tablttan watched Satan coolly mouthed and when that sanguine creature lifted into the air in the hnai leap the man s hand shot out. It was ii fair grip on the lower jaw. anil Satan described a bail circle and was flung to the rear, turning over in the air and falling heavily on his back. Three times he leaped and three time-that grip on his jaw tiling him to de feat. Then he contented himself with trotting at Ma tana re's heels, eying him and smiling him suspiciously. "it's all rigid. Satan; it's all rigid." "That good Sheldon assured him. fella belong along me." Then Satan turned his attention to the three house boys, cornering Ornhri in the kitchen and rtisliiiiL' I"'" against the but stove, stripping the lava lava from l.ahipeiu when that excited youth climbed a veranda post iind following V labor! on top the billiard table where the battle raged until Joan managed a rescue. 1 party Earning a Spanking. Folks Say About Christmas. A child who mother had found it What necessary to rent dishes for a huge family gathering was much impressed am making ah roc bated ties for by the occurrence, which she did not my beaux, red, gray and black " understand Some months later nt a Slick Creek, more formal affair she electrified the 1 or conrn'ssioa i fUCS SWT bank in I i icville. Write fr we k' ; I. . M. SASEL & BONO , Loastaii rx & 33 e mmi i ' '. i:i-2M- than ar y. Ueale.-- t in FVt NtetiS, WOOL. by asking shrilly: "Mother, do you remember the time when yon got a whole lot of and they came and took them away from us next day ?" Chicago Record Herald new-dishe- ooo "I wouldn't mind not (jetting anything Christinas if people didn't ask von what vou got. I am scared to death so ulraid tny beaux won't give me anything .vBHHirau OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE any way. I am not sure I have a beau." Miss Fneasv. "I bad been troubled with conitipi-tio- n fur two years and died nil of the boat phvsicians in Biistol, Teiir., anil "I have been giving presents so they could do nothing for me," wrib I E, Williams, MiddlelMVO, Ky. long to the family they have ererythin This. thert is to give. Now, I give each o;;e ' Two packages of Chiunbt i Iain's Stomach and I.ivei Tablets cured me." For S, each." The bachelor. sale by all dealers. "H To bt continued s The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous hacaWBB BO dcCCp live. Many sudden deaths are cuuscd by it heart disease, pneumonia, liturt failure or r- - apoplexy are often the result of kid vfl ney disease. It kidney trouble is H U HI allow ed toad vance "I am having some tatting made to Peopls Who Rarely Wink. give to my friends for their shirtwaists." There are people who rarely wink Society lady. How they manage to get along without doing so Is u marvel, but some how or other they do. Some eyes are "This year I have fought all my presnaturally mote moist than others, and the very moist eye does not so much ents. If I don't want to give them away, need the assistance of the lids to keep that's a sigu I like them." Au Indus- It is a COIlstitli the eyeball bright lii ui cue. tional matter, for winking, though ooo under the control of the will, Is done so quickly that it Is practically an invoyou are going to give me a laun"If Men wink when they luntary action dry bag, I will throw it in the river. 1 feel that the eye is uncomfortably dry, and when it does not become dry the would just as soon have a pair of lace Curtains" An ungiatefnl man. BOCaaatty for winking is not felt. 1 a nket eh nnd deortnt ton may A nyone rjnk'itly uncertuin our opinion free whether an in pmhjiWy piitentuhle. HANDBOOK on Puteut t"M free. Oldest tmont-- for seeurintf patents. Patents taken through Muim & Cu. receive tpfcial notice, without cbimro, in the bIbbbbSOSmbBBbMbI Trade Marks Desigims r.novc inuTQ Ar Scientific American handsomely lllnstrnted WMktfi I unrest circulation .f hut nt'ientltle journal. Term a, $3 a rear! lour months, $1. Sold L all iw sdeulors. A MUUCo.36,Broa1New Ilmi.- h Oatra, York M V St.. V.'MKlituuiun. 1). C. POPULAR MECHANICS Magazine that makes more fascinating THE Fact than Fiction "WRITTEN SO VOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" A GREAT Continued Story of the World'. Progrew which you may begin reading at any time, and which will hold your interest lorever, is running in m i ,r' causing cutanh of or sediment in the bladder, brick-due- t tlie urine, head ache, back ache, lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervousness, or the kidneys themselves break down anil waste a way cell by cell. MlMaf troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that orgun is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. Swamp-Roo- t corrects inability to hold urine and K ulding iiuin in passing it, and overcomes that mi leusaut necessity of being compel lei' to go often through the day, a. id to get ap many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect ol Swamp Knot, the great kidney remedy is soon realised. It stands the highest because of Ltl remarkable health restoring propci tu s. A trial will convince anyone. Swanr-Koo- t is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fifty-ceand r size bottles. You may have a sample bottle ami a book that tells all alsjut it, both stiit free by mail. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hinghaniton, N. Y. When wilting mention reading this en erous offer lu this paper. Don t make any mistake, but remember the name, ftwaaap Hoot, and don't let a dealer sell you something in place-o- t Swamp Root f juudu yuu will be UiSappoiuloX tack: one-dolla- lirt 3r .... the vital organs, thekidney-poison1 - 1 Ml vo l ui'Hiu win at A W hen vour feet are wet and aol ', and "I have gotten several little presents your body chilled through an through to suit myself, so if certain ones don't (Mai exposuie, tske a big dose if Chamshow up, I can just use the articles my berlain's Cough keniedy, bat lie your sell."- - Miss I'nceitain feet in hot water before going to bed, and vou are almost certain to ward off a severe cold. For sale by all dealers. lovely "I never get a present, one. Revising It Downward. ooo ihe lirm," the bill 'Then in to "Some one is goin; to get a Jl 50 diacollector said, making a memorandum In his uotehook. "that you'll probably mond."Jeweler. settle this account next week?" ooo "Well. I'd hardly put It thut way," other. the hesitatingly answered "1 am not passing Christmas presents " l'robnbly" Is ii pretty strouR word. around this year. man. Better make It possibly.' "Chicago ooo Tribune. "1 am getting ready for lots ot Christmas, "('ilen Dean. Lives At Anchorage Now. e I ooo Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it? Two millions of your neighbors are, and it is the favorite magazine in thousands of the best American homes. It appeals to all classes old and young man and women those who know and those who want to know. "A 20aoo ARTictaa or general interest The "Shop Note." Department (20 pages) give easy ways to do things how to make useful articles tor home and shop, repairs, etc "Amateur Mechanics " (10 pages) tells how to make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy lovss. PAOES EACH MONTH JOO PICTURE t.0 PER Ak YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 1 CENT yvux NWMjMlr tu Muw yuu m. ur WRITE PON FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. 310 W. Wuhlaataa St., CHICAGO ooo Knclosed fii d Dear Mr- Babbage: e one dollar. Please send ine the News as I want to hear from my old home place. I live at Anchorage, Ky., now, but still love inv old home und feel lost without my paper. This is a beautiful Thanksgiving, und I hope you will have many more happy ones. I like my new home, but it does not seem like old Cloverport to me. But I do not think I will aver live there again. 1 go to Louisville vry often. 1 will be very glad to get the paper as I would it is like a letter from home. like to see many of my old friends down Breck-enridg1 "I sin going to leave town mas." Young Societ man. v Christ- Notice That resolutions of are published at 5 cunts jut UopV Please do not send obituaries to the News without expecting to for the publication of thi kind of matter. n-Hct ooo any gifts, but look forward to a happy Christmas with us all at home." The happiest one. "1 am not expecting Can't look wall, eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body. Keep the blood pure with burdock Blood Bitters. Bat simply, take exercise, keep clean and you will have long life. ly Subscribe Now M NAMARAS Continued from Rcilnn GUILTY p Afinthor bomb was found near the home of tha sei retary of the Mtf chants and Mnufa Mirers' MMtl tlon. MAKFS G0MPERS t ! , RURAJ, TELEPHONES Mr. Fanner, are vou intereste'i I If so, call on the manager ()f 110 Ciinihorl.tnd Teloplitine ft iVIojrraph UoapMy tad taivt Ma gipkla the iptoial "Km mors Line' rate. The Famous The best part IZ&fo Lamp it (allows for a principle and not for a murder.' "It was not until .tohn hlnrolf Insisted on pladinR guilty tNsI .Jim flniilly romtrnterl to entering his plea that he entered." Although the penalty for munlrr In this state Is death by hanging. It Is possible that .1. It MrNam .ra will eflrnpe that fate. The Idea Is suggested by reason of the fart that the to the GASP AssurC.om-pers- Federation Head Says He Had ances of Innocence. New York. Dee. 2. Samuel president of the American ' eration of Labor, when shown the bulletins announcing the sudden ter mlnattcn of the McNamara gispe.) and asked for time to digest He then said: the information. "I had the personal assurances from both .lohn .1. and .lames H. that they were absolutely Innocent when I visited them twice In Jail In Los Angeles In September, They gave me their word to jthe to the labor men of the country. My credulity has been grossly Imposed upon. I am shocked beyond expression at the news.' "What effert will this termination have upon labor unions?" he was asked. "Well, It won't do the labor unions any good." said Gompers. as be ain ly tried to extract a wax drinking cup from a broken machine to get water o allay his thirst. "The unions of this country have been Imposed on before by enemies mil have been injured by friends. The men of labor who have been led to believe that these two were laUMCUt, .Mi l we acted en that faith. W'e hav" ollect ed, at the last report that know ni This 1tMM for their defense. money has been forwarded to their chief counsel to disburse among the other Pttorneys 1111 witnesses. I still deny Hie report that a million dollars was subscribed for their defense. "My attitude has always been the denunciation and the dlscoiirtcemein of tha sort of thing," continued Mr. (lOinpeis. "It has to be stamped out it must be Itomped cut if the labor unions will endure." .1 I I $ MIIIBCDl plea of guilty was made following an agreement to that effect with the t dls-trit- LuumutnuHnu 111 Tt murine o rr rnninn iccrnunc at icLcuiwr, 'Incnrooratarl.- oumrAUT nnurtiuw t 4 attorney. of the day it the evening, when the whole family gathered together around the lamp. The old dart of trie smoky fireplace and flickering candle ire gone forever. In their place have come the convenient oil stove and the indisprnsable Rayo I .amp. There are in the United Statei alone, morr than 3.000,000 of these Rayo lamps, giving their clear, white light to more than 3,000,000 hornet. Rayo d Other amps cost more, but you cannot get a better light than the the official lamp of the It has become so popular we may almost call it gives. American family." The Rayo is made of solid brass, with handsome nickel finish- - an ornament anywhera. of tha Ask your dealer lor a Rsvo lamp : or wnlp (or descriptive circular to any Standard Oil Company Incorporated Clarence Harrow, rhlef of the defense counsel, is optimistic that the death sentence will not be pronounced on .1. P. McN'nmara. and that Instead he will be given life Imprisonment. The penalty for the cr'me for which .lohn .1. McN'nmara has plead 4 guilty, Mr. Harrow believes, is nvwhre from one year to life In :he penitentiary, the latter being a "emote iossllility in his mind. GENERAL OTIS IS HAPPY Real Estate Department DO YOU WANT TO BUY fain, or bvainwel If yom do you itmy lind just what yon need in tlii- - department. If von are inlet osted in any if the follow lag propertits, w rite M al once for owners pflN and uddie--- . It' BOM of thfJM places nit TOO. write M telling u WHAT YOU WANT AND WHERE YOU it once WANT IT and lei us introduce vou tu lie man who hutsM VERY -I " PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. Parker, professor t music at Vale uni- 3wner of Times Predicts Divorce of First Moving Pictures Socialism and Violence. versity, and author of "flora Novissi-ml,os Angeles, Dec. 2. While aWaV and the new prize opera "Mona-The beginning of moving pictures Prof . Parker has set his music .to ilreils of newsboys were crying was in this wise: Sir John Herachc-guilt on the streets, Gen"There's a Song in the Sky," a hymn after dinner in 1S26 asked his friend, by The Century's first editor, L)r. J. G. eral Otis was besieged with friends Charles Uabbage, how be would show Holland. offering congratulations at the oute both sides of a shilling at once. come of the long battle, and numerreplied by taking a shilling from ous friendly telegrams are arriving his pocket and holding it to a mirror. COMMISSIONER'S SALE from BUI distant points. Olis said: This did not satisfy sir John, who set knew is a God in Israel. "Tlier the confessions were coming and that the shilling spinning upon the dinner table, at the same time pointing out Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. the brotlcsu must plead guilty. Tremendous pressure li;is been brought that if the eye is placed on a level with Frank Fraize, Plaint! If E ultyNo. to bear on them antl especially last the rotating coin both sides can be MSI J week by Socialists and others. The seen at once. Bahbage was so struck Aris Wartield, Defendant By vitture of a judgement aud order Socialists have long recognized that by the exueriment that the next day lie of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, they must separate from violently ordescribed it to a friend, Dr. Fitton,who rendered at October term thereof, 91 , ganized labor. If the result, leads orimmediately made a working model. in the above cause, for the sum of one ganized labor to the performance of dollars and its manifest duty, namely, expulsion On one side of a disc was drawn a bird, hundred and twenty-eigh- t on the other side an empty bird cage, fifty cents, with interest thereon at the from its ranks of lawbreakers dynarate of six per cent until paid; subject and when the card was revolved on a to the following cr.dits: $5.00 paid miters and murderers, the greatest silk thread, the bird appeared to be in August It, 1904, aud l .'J9 paid Oc- possible good will have been done for lawfully organized labor." the cage. This model showed the per- tober if IMS. Herein I shall proceed to offer for sistency of vision upon which all movsale at fisher's corner in Cloverport, HISTORY 0PTHE CRIME ing pictures depend for their effect. Kentucky, to the highest bidder, .it S3 day The eye retains the image of the ob- public auction, on Saturday the T went) one Lives Were Lost In ject seen for a fraction of a second of December, Mill, at one o'clock, p. Times Explosion. of six and twelvea after the object has been removed. m. , upont he credit New York, Dec. 2. The crime for following described prop months: This model was called the thaumatrope. erty, One undivided one sixth which James II. McXamara and his Next came the soelrope, or wheel of interest in and to the Warlield tobacco brother, John .1.. who was secretary the town and treasurer of the International life. A cylinder was perforated with a warehouse and lot situated inwharf; als Bridge and Structural Iron Workers' Cloverport near the upper of slots and within the cylinder of series six lots lying in the Warfiald addition association, was arrested and placed was placed a band of drawings and to the town of Cloverport being lots dancing men. On the apparatus being nos. 14a, I4S, Us, I4O. 147 and liO, as on trial upIn Los Aatfoleo, was the blowing of the Los Angeles Times slowly rotatetl the figur.s seen through shown bv the plat of said addition. Or sufficient thereof to produce the newspaper and printing plant. At a the slots appeared tj be in motion. sum of money so ordered to be made. few minutes after o'clock on the The first systematic photographs taken For the debt, interest and costs, the morning of Oct. 1. 1010. while the at regular intervals of men and purchaser, with approved surety or Times staff were getting out tin bearing animils were made by Muybridge in securities, must execute bond,sale until day's paper, the building was wreck of legal interest from the ed by dynamite. bombs 1877 Chicago Tribune. paid, and having the force and effect of had been used. It was ascertained to sebond. Lein tetained a replevin money. later. W. J. Schopp, Stephensport. cure payment of purchase comply The effect of the explosion was U:dders w II be prepared to sells every thing from the cradle promptly with these terms. Approx- frightful. One whole wall of the 17.16. building collapsed. imated ilcot, interest and cost, Floors gave w;iy to the casket. Lee Walls, Commissioner. flames and crashed to the cellar. a" Mab-batf- Wl recommend the following properties M being produdive and fair in price. DO YOU WANT TO SELL font farm Sr IF YOU WANT CASH lor your property. end price and de-- iplion at out o and let UJ show you how We bring buyer Rod seller together. ((inducted solely for the purpOM of enabling This department buyers ;uid seller of farm or business properties to make quick sales. tastm, ct I $15,000 FARM FOR $10,000 (iood farm 100 acres: best land in Breckinridge county: well im10,000 will buy this proved; well watered and every acre tillable. farm. It - worth $15,000, For particular- - address VS- - I Jno. NIn I D. Babbage I 1 , to-wi- dc-- y . The December Century. The fun of the Christmas Century and concentrated fun it is will be fcund' in Sir William S. Gilbert's comedy, "Trying a Dramatist," Ibt second of two plays by the noted playwright which The Century has been fortunate enough to secure and publish. Of the special Christmas features of the number, the cover, naturally, attracts first attention. It reproduces, in the colors of the origiral drawing, a sketch by Norman Price which conveys in beautiful color and with much quaint charm the spirit of Christmas rejoicing. Other pages in color are F. E. Schoon Subscribe Give Their Views William Ahl, of Hardmsburg, Representative from Breckinridge county, t years old. married and a is He is a notary public Republican. and has never set ved in the Legislature. He has held the offices of justice of the peace, postmaster, county judge and receiver for Breckinridge county. He favors the county unit bill, the direct primary and a change in the sixty-eigh- laws of Kentucky. J, G. Kelley, cf Hawesville, the Representative trout Hancock county, over's portrayal of "A Puritan Christ- is thirty six years old, married, a Demomas," illustrating u poem by Amy Has-la- crat and a farmer. He has never held Dowe, and a scene from Dickens's public office, favors tha direct primary Christmas carol drawn by S. J. Woolf and a change in the tax iawa of tha Another notable Christmas feature of tha State, but does not commit himthe number is a Christmas song, written self on the county unit question. specially for The Century by Horatio Louisville Post. ear Homed, 6 room borne Nn I I Two farms 144 acres, Iti a nee i ' ' both on the. river, it improve- "t viii ol. inent, 2. HOC apple trees just In prime of Nn 7 aO0octei I collet freet rallrued,- Hood school, churches, lioat landinir. life. near OanpteioneniUetromichoo Detective Burns Discusses Confession of McNamaras. Mn I 9 111 acrea, nood and luvel land, KB ectM 1 Mn o county; x mile from Ekroo, Meadel locaterl ; 8 ml Rood barn j all load clearediWell In a statement Chicago, Dec. 2. lea from Irvine; ton. Price 1,300 mile of public aenooL discussing the McNamaras' leas of mile graded school, guod land V' 7 " " acres lyiiitf in a valley; 5 ivj. room dwelling and ball; 3 tenant guilty in the famous Los Angola c vt.. O to acrea. ell level SO aerei in bouaes, larile tohticiNi burn 'i1 miles South otvitrd and graaa; plenty ol Umber, ef case, Detective William I. Burns Kirk. H mile from school well watered, 2 a rixm- - und l'ihmI that the recent bribery dis ii.istlix Mirinir. nee Imaew. tonnnt bunea two sprlnaa near barai on Iturui Route. ih. iii a and barn, stublr erin. i.imiih. closure was wbal precipitated the ieyardaItionaeu McQoady nod unti cornnoeee. IWaerfa, KM level; tehool from n 1 A cultivated;! Rood all can iiv.turns. liU tobacco burn; 3 dwelltheai bea confession, lie farther said that lie Price 1.460. .iy tafasB. feed miles from was certain thut the evidem e that he i 4(H) t'o.nl liinil No. 6 surliin. -Bteclcenrldec Beef It: tin Sample. Has terms. county . n l had gathered was more than if Ulee iiest lecttuna in the county Nn 1,7 "' arrw i mile Kaatlimet Ntonn to convict, und that he was at ROOt), m istaoreal mile South of Bockeale, soil, watereil hy wells and atfOnR ivi sprtuirs, on irood 00 time COncernO as to the outcome ivvi I level land, room dwelling canity road, near Kood school and churches. if the case lie declared the confes- tenant rouse and neceaaary ontballdlnxa. New tObaOOO born cost ft, SOU, :i stock barns. cIiikiI tniuse houses, fine clover and Fruss sions ' indicated bin, inasmuch as lie Jl.lfttlf.HII. and church in :tue yaHM, I'ricc Rood tenant 1(1,100. land. Price by labor leaders had been charge o n aorea. S m lee from Kirk, dwell Nr I t 134 acrea located I v! of O ir, j m story r Dl mi porcb, IU. 1U McQuady. Price mile northrash with having made u "p!am" of the .Oad. i, OOd vvcli. Btuall ten.iut house, cuod btirnund balance In yearly parmenta. dynamite t ase. iix.(J .mU Ma acres located near Irvlnaton "In a few days I shall go to the I si one Thla la one of the l"-- i farms In COQtlnUO my labors in the No. A Two tructs hv aotea: 121 acrea und Ivlfa coast to IM acrea In the other sect ion. I 'tider blRft state of cut ratbM that dynamite case. There is mure evi- mted Bmlle from Uardinibunr; uhi acrea i well WnpriO-- d L"'od on hard well watered; mlbj ol Klngawoud an Ideal pla miUhs iron Haraed; Price I0.H0U; N cash. Iialuuce dence to be obt iined against either itollcge. on easy payment Time-clocyet to be called for men who are I....,...r1 mm IN X! u no acrs-- i mPes from Bardlaa- Ill U. ,t.ll.. hnM Vl'..liwt,.pll.u llMH.1 v li irn O burg, couuty aeat: well Improvtrial. There men have taken a part woo wiiu-ied) one of the licit fann In tbeCOUntV, Price inm- -i rc:isoil l ill y In the dynimiLn s :itiil are equally il, outlet on every stile. Portion ol II. L. f4,liC0. :t.m 0 ?ulrable w in the McNamaras." Kurlz furm. I'rb-"I ti.ink ir e i rail of the eonfes-lectk140 :icn s, S mllaa fro. Uoeton, Iflfl of Mayor $3 ,fjyfj a mllaa fruni Irrlnatm: will liOU will be t'e (1(1(1 ' "r '''" aorea four ml lea waat of w i leretl luys wrei ; iriMi.l youn orchard ; Rood $2 aWal Qlendeaue. B mllea from iirancb to succeed timber; on s Alexander of 01 y .inis railroad : all fresh land ; I(X' a res in cultivarural route tacnool bouaafew arose from the lower part and spre.nl nlrr elf, as or' oed to the Socialist fro " tniuse; liiiiroveineiits; tfood four riMitn tion .fl acres in tfrass; will BOUOUCO IM nest porch two corn, wheat and t diacco In neili'iorhood ; awelllnn with kite be i on ico-swiftly. The firemen and the police r candl Into. rlamnunB." Kiwi b rns; b rn ond tenenl noafe aae cis- - plenty laaelrsR water, well at door of dwell-intook 21 bodies out of the wreckage loir dwe llnir. I' rooms and side r .on te'll Imck III the Held; li e it und hell house; wimkI he.i will sell on ea.y (tuy ineriis; plenty uod Btablei i tobacco bnrnei I teeaot iiouiiSome had been killed instantly bv Same Birthdays. of s i) r partlcutan addraae P eoty nf no mI tlmhai for farm pur, w a fruit, .tinD. Il iiiiMire. Oloverpi ri. Ky the explosion. Others, caught by the Rood land to clear. Price iJ.OOU S cash. I ltile Mis Pauline Blaine, the daughsweep of flame, were buineu to death. A number of the dead were ter of Mr and Mrs. Hirmon Blaine, had union men. Company lo celebrate her fifth birthday Later in the niorping a liomb was 1' iid iV. A litl'e sister arrived early thi t found In the home of (leneitil Hani' morr inp. son Gray Otis, proprietor anil editor nf the Times and an uncompi utilising Louisville Evening Post opponent of the closed shop. This and Breckenridge News one year .?. 50. bomb let go in the street just after detectives, who had been It, were frightened away by the ratFine Thanksgiving Hunt tle of its mechanism. Other bombs found, cunningly were contrived S. 1. Conrad was out hunting Tuesmechanisms in which an alarm (dock, day, Wednesday and Thursday of last a fulminating cap and a can of nitroglycerin were t!?. chief i;n!ntwinuiit.n week and killed 76 birds. Fifty-tw- o letters From Home in tfM ftA KNEW HE WAS RIGHT i " i'W Iwirn. i .1 i or-,I- ni : d V it sufn-elen- i 1 I . ; : , : ; pro-labo- ; - A Christmas Present That Does Not End in a Week $3.50 The Breckenridge News aYear. Price OliUU I 1 Are You A Woman 0 The Ladies Home Journal .Twelve Copies a Year (Price ftl.OU (H eft The Saturday Evening Post Fifty-tw- o C. W. B0HLER MARION WEATHERHOLT J. W. PATE Papers a Year Price OIiJU Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building'Stone, Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 The Cosmopolitan, The The Century, The Literary Digest, The Delineator and The Designer Send Your Orders for Your Christmas Magazines to Mc-Clur- e, Mi) I) It Mil, Vdl Cloverport, Ky. J H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardiniiburg, Kentucky OFFICE . Estimates on Application OVER . KINCHELOE S . PHARflACY oil ot STZZ12J lfc 101 fQllcz3oi 51fS1f ioizz KZ i;cl i. lfol Clothing-- Go To Alexander's For- - Clothing OU will find that Santa Claus has made this store his headquarters and you will find everything to please both, old and young. Dolls, can- 0 dies, nuts, oranges and etc. Bring the children to see Santa Claus. I Special Prices food Calico per vard Vnnl wide cotton ppr yiinl Hope Mtaehtd cotton 4c 4ic 7ic at I have a jrood supply left at pr ices that will interest you LADIES' READMO-WEAR LADIES' LONG COATS All sizes and r ftft fJ at ranging from OHiUU fn OlwiUU LADIES' COAT SUITS eolor- tfM still have a bitf line to se lect from ALL WOOL price." Blue Serges lot Suits, worth 12..r)0: 1 at $10. Q at S8.50 S7.98 S5.98 o per yard Men's heavy lleece lined 8 0 underwear, worth bars Lennox Soap MM cans 5Uc 39c 25c 15c 25c 25c 10c HATS a All go at less than cost. You will find still left to select from. nice assortment S7..)0;:t it will lot Suit, worth 110.: at 1 lot Suits. worth These are t eal bargain and pay yon to see them. 'J :! Hominy Mens' Shoes have a big lot of PATRIOT lace. Patent and tan shoes, worth $4 00; I OVERCOATS lot Overcoats (Presto collat) worth 10 S7.50 go at 1 lot Storm Ulsters, $5. worth $7 50: at 1 lot Overcoats, sizes SI to I.e.. worth $5.; $3.75 at 1 m o 0 Tomotoes SHOKS; button and I B can Corn pounds Soda meat Hest side at These are real Hargains and have nearly all sizes. LADIES1 HEAVY SHOKS, worth SI. 50; so at $2.50 SI. 25 ED. F. ALEXANDER, IRVINGTON. Miss Jes.-i- e Irvington, Ky. THE OLD RELIABLE several ila , Tony McCoy, in Lr.isvilie. Mr. ami Mrs. C. H. Drurv entertain e wedding part) ed the at dinnt: Tncaday e ve 1. i ng after the rehearsal. Crafton Cunningham, who is attel school in Louisville, spent the Thanksgiving hoodas vitn Mr. and Mrs. Lou la H. Jolly Mr. ami Mr.-- . A. O Marshall are receiving congratulations B n the arrival of a line hoy in their h nie. Mr. and Mis. Edward H. Fontaine entertain. il to a Thanksgiving MOUM p.irty at their home in Brandenburg, OOmpOaad Of Mis-esWilla J. Unity, Essie Kendall and Bessie l'"oote, Messrs. Jas. S. Younger, Wat 1MB brury ami Drury--Fontains Brady is at home after pent with her sister, Mrs Edgar Hardawy. Mrs. L. B MOMWI "id be tie Maday atar Boon at a hostess on meeli.ig of the Lames Aid Society. Mrs Allie Clavcomb. of Louisville, was the guest of friends here last week. f Owaaaboro, Miss Cora ('.inline, who hai been spe rid 1. g stveral Miss Mamie Kendall at her home, near Webst r, returned home Moadav. There will be servic.-held at the ::tnrday and Suu-da- j BaMial church on an foUoawi Batarday afternoon at 8 o'cloc1', ktctura on "Baptiat Belit f ". Baaday, pfaachlag at II and o'clock. The pastor will commence a series of sermons oi "Life and Character of Jesus". Tba subject for Sunday is A Glimpse of The Wo.ld into Which Jesus Came". BpacUl m Miss Ne. lie Sunt h ei tert.iined a few fiiends lofi iraally laal Friday nixht. . W. Ilajftf in and tiordon Newton of HafTOdaborg, were in town la.--t week looking for a farm. While here they were uest. of F. H. McGehee ano Jas K. Kiag. Juite a number of yawBf ptOpla were I d.is. on Friday Cashmati and family. ami Mrs. r ;trd Mrs. Bob French spent Mon W.J. Pitfgott on Maple Ave. by the day ln the country menmerso, me r.pwoiwi league. A beautiful assortment of decorated (nod una Wtu bad in general, after Umps at McCubbine. Which delicious relreshments were Mrs. C. R. Shepherd, who came to servvf'. Thirty g:ets were present. spend Thanksgivinj,' here, was called Trie decoration were in white and ho i.e ly telegram to see her sister, who ellow has been absent for years. Mrs. L. B. MoraaMfl and son, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman enteraltar baiog tne quests of re tained to supper Thursday night the lative.s in Bran htnbarg for a few days, following: Misses Dee and Josie Mitchhave retu: ned ell, of Ried; Bertha Smith, of Clover- Mrs. r,it n Haruaway has gone to port, John and Allen Barbce and Mrs. KlagSWOOd to Bpvlld tne week. K. A. Smith. See 11 cG loth as & Son beautiful line Mrs. McCubbiaa has drum stoves of blue and white enamel ware. from 1.40 up. Mr. and Mrs WIH Ashcraft, of Bran W. B. (JaHner has bought the goods dei.burg, were x naati of Mr. and Ml and store house of Kirby Blaine and is J. at, Htradon i"r Thaabagiviag. now in business. Mr. Blaine and family T. Ackics and will leave soon for Florida. Mr. aad Mr. A cllil(.ren have returned from a ten das l!r. Shively says he had no turkey and Inar.ksgiving on account of his bird visit to rel. t m la Cauoelton HanaaviUa, Joy going with him as he went to see a Mivs ii. Ada I'.ut). of Louiavtila era patient and it killed two turkeys bethe guest of ncr sister, Mrs. K. B Mc fore Thanksgiving. G.otlilan, for tne Thanksgiving holi- Cook stoves and ranges $6.00 and up delightfully Vtl ntertained (X j irv at the DM of Mr. ( BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 y Lewi-Bennet- t, OUR RECORD: 39 years of honorable dealing. PmmtJ through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never sealed check. An absolutely Sale Place to do Business. NOV. 3 per cent on Time Deposits A EXAMINED 15. 1911 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR A LIFE At-- - TIME ila-wi- th s ' Public Sale! I IS Saturday, I Dec. 23 oiler for sale to the highest bidder at my farm near lialltowii. ihe followiaf will propartj i My BQUMBnid furniture; also aHhJgyj I 1 and kitchen wayon; 1 machiiu-an- BMdJJajg all other iBJBakBfl implements. 2 milk cows, irood ones; 2 tokI mares, both in foal; also I mn team. hi-- c owe-- . ami mine; 10 o"l -- TERMS: and un.l.i, months lash, over $;').(Ml, time vilh i;od ecurity. John Matthews Brabaadt, I ha photographer, will ba .dr. ar.d Mrs L. D. Fox entertained la Irvington Ktiturday, Oecetuber !. Thursday to dinner: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Mr Thoa. Dl urj ot Mobile, Ala., Smith, Miss Lena Payne, Miss Ida Thoradttv lu spend several days W aggoner and John Barbee IB goaat of ata parvata, Mr and Mrs. Ydiidell Sargent, of ( Mvensboro, spent c it. Drary. Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. G. C. Cromer, ot Loiisvihe, will give V. B. Gardner. a stertoptic in lecture at the Methodist Mis. McCubbius keeps a full line of church OB Friday evening, Dec. 8 Mr, dry goods, groceries, hats, shoes, jewrepresents the Poaadliaga elry, hardware, harness, furniture and Cromai Home of Louisvi.le and his subject for feeo, in fnct most anything you need, tnat evening will be "Ke wards of C'Ul and see for yourself. Righteousness ami I'unismiient of Siin." The dinner given Thursday by the fw- - am, evervbo(1) is 8iven This wi ladies of the M. E. church, was enjoyed a cordial welcome. bv ..l.di, t one hundred and fifty people. He sure and no la McOlothlaa Sin Thirty dollars was realized which will when you want any enamel ware. be used to repair the church. Misses Theodotia ami Lottie Methe-neHigh top heavy shoes worth $5 only of Cloverpoit, who have been J. .U, at G. W. I'ayne'a. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Miles, have Cordon Payne spent Thursday at returned home. home. He is working in the telegraph McGloiblaa ft boa is the place for 'office at Medora. your blue and white etiatnel ware. Mies Esther 1'aync returned Monday Mrs. Charlie Cowan, of Eordwille, from Fordsville, after spending Thanksand Mr. Ernest Rice, of Tarfork, are giving with Miss Abbye Whittinghill. guests of Mrs. S.un Rice. Men's and youths' suits at half price Brabandt, the photographer, will be for days at McCubbinu. in Irvington Saturdu) , December i. Mr. and Mrs 0. VV. Dowell enterMrs. Newton Myers, who has been tained Thursday to dinner. Covers were visiting Mrs. Willard ArawMfOf a week, laid fur six. Those present were: Mr. has returned to spottsville. and Mrs. ti. W. Payne, Mrs. John Bennett, Mrs. Jas. 1'ayne, Mr. and Mrs. MM Lillie DaviBi after spending last If week in Louisville as the guest of Mrs. Wm lij.se. i, of Union Star. Thty also McKurland, will return to Basiu Spring entertained at supper. The game forty two in the evening was very much en to day. Mrs. Jacob Morrison visited relatives joyed by them. Brick, salt, lime, cement, plaster in Cloverport last week. Biead baking is guaranteed a success hair, roofing, paints, oils and varniah at McCubbius. it ou use Lewisport BEST Klour. Mrs. Shively and daughter, HenrietSpecial inducements in cloth- ta, attended the Masonic Uamjuet in Oweusboro Thursday. ing and shoes given from now A full line of candies, nuts, oranges until Jan. 1, 1912, at W. J. iud apples at McCubbins. I have just received a new line of dry Schopp's. Stephensport. goods and notions. Many useful and pretty presents for Xuias Mrs. C. V. STLPHKNSP0RT Hayne Eli Brown is uii the sick list. Mis Lena I'ayua wut in llardina-burWill Waggoner and Simon Smart, of last weak on bunnats. Hites Kun, were here Thursday huntMr. and Mrs. Milt Uashaiu ware ing with E. A. Smith, Chas. Waggoner gucUofMr. and Mrt. C. A. Tinius and Dr. Shively. last week. Cut prices ou ladies' and childreu's Mrs. Eugene Connor father and cloiks at McCubbius. mother are with her for the wintar. Auy oue wauling a doll, a hat or anyMm Mary J. Crotutou, of Union Star, thing pretty for Xmas, write Old Santa spent Sunday and Monday with A. B. at G. W. Payne's. Old Saata will ba , o v, at McCubbii.s- - Photography Made BRABANDTS STUDIO Come To Cloverport To Have Your Photograph Taken PRICES ARE REASONABLE in the window and a mail box will be just outside the window to drop your letters in. Over-coat- s $2.00 to $l.00 at McCubbins. Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Gardner entertained Thanksgiving: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cunniugham, the Gardner cl ild ren, Miss Eva Warren, of Chenault, and Mr. Yaudell Sargeat, of Oaensboro. ready f IFYOUWAHTTaBE y&vst B055 You IT SAFE IN Get one of McCubbiu's Hs44 inch mirrors for only Bfc Mrs. L D. Fox and son, Otto, are visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G. Haswell In Hardiusburg. A haudsome line of rockers at Mrs. McCubbine. "Bread baking success is guaranteed, if you use the Lewisport Best Flour." Notice. All persons having claims against the Tar Springs Sanitarium Company, will hie same with the undersigned, duly sworn to and proven according to law; same to be hied before the 10th day of January, I9I2. The undersigned Special Commission- inrsi Vour employer will think more of you and give you the PAYING position of responsibility over your spendthrift associ tes if you BANK your money, instead of fooling it away. Save a part of your iacome; this is the first stepping ajajaj toward having A BLSINtSS OF YOUR OWN. The boss has an eye on YOU. . g ' er will hear proof on all claims so tiled, ou the I7H1 of January, A. U. 1912, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and ti o'clock, p. m at the oflice of Murray Si Murray, Hardiusburg, Ky. All claims have to be proven before the Very Respectfully, undersigned. H. C. Murray, Special Commissioner of the Breckinridge Circuit Court. Hardinsbury, Ky.. lec. 1st, I9II. Let OUK Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50.U00 Surplus $20,000 ot Resources $J20.000 bUM Subscribe Now tuc giL Din nana nc utannicDiiae ur nanuinoDuno a tbiit inuol a HirtfinsBiirg, Ky.