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DECEMBER 13, 1911. s0. 23 j Taken Suddenly From Her Home And Family- - Mrs. Witt Dies of Acute ward for the Kast, and upon their return SWEET SERVICES will DMlkl their liome ll Helpravi Court Mr and Mrs John I.-t- r Cadv, of M line, III., are here for lie wedding, add Held As Last Tribute To only the ituniediate members D4 the famAnna Murphy-Fune- ral ily w.-pretest ' onisville Post, Itee- -I t Mt imitiMMtffly after- Indigestion of Large ttnbtr 6, Interment Friday At house is used, contrary to this order. Parties violating this order will be reported to tht Grand Jury at the next regular term of Circuit Court; this Miss order to take effect from this date. Is At Shubert-Masoni- c And that no entertainment of any deAnd scription shall be held where admission ees This Afternoon is charged, unless all money collected And Saturday Week-Matin- has not been equal to what the owner expected. The County on wan of in session last Saturday In SuperintenDriskel 's Star Theater dent the Custer otTl a- The Union presand memners were rot woik Today ent. Their action was chiefly routine, except the they took regarding -- Number Friends Attend Leaves Farm For Town. Mr. ;ind Mr. J. (J, Tucker and three sors have arrived here from Harned to make their home with her parents, Mr. Mr and Mrs. John S. Armstrong. Tucker is a carpenter and will follow He has been the trade in this city. farming during the last three years near Harned and is an energetic young Her Old Home. s be used for school purposes Hoard of Education. -- County Modern Mor- than the using of scnool purposes. school houses for other ality Play. t With Frederick Wurde, Marie and Jane Orker at the head of its brilliant and numerous prtsenting cast and with all the wonderful stage investiture which helped to earn its title of the most remarkable stage spectacle seen in New York and Chicago in years, ''Fverywoman". Henry W. Savage's massive production of Walter Brown's modern morality play, is in Louisville to remain for one week at the Shubert-Masontheatre. "Every women'' has been denominated a modern morality play. Its characters are named for the virtues, vices, characteristics and qualities of the human race which influence the direct life of today. Its theme is every woman's search tor love. The play is divided into live canticles. One of the scents is a representation of Broadway, New York, at midnight upon New Year's eve. During this scene alone nearly 200 persons appear upon the Wain-wrighic Funeral Here. Witt died eucldenl) Mrs Richard at the home of her hus'minl III Louis Tllle Saturday nijht at 11:.'I0 u'rlock. She was seized with an attack (if acute indigestion ah ut o'clock. Mis. Witt was apparently in excellent lie .1 h anil her death was h nri.nl hhck. She had nude all preparations to go to church puudsy morning in! had her plans made for the Sabbath day. Mrs. Witt was sixty tlnee yenrs of age and was horn in Wayne county. She as married to Mr. Witt thirty-fou- r years ago. Besides her hushaud, she leaves one daughter, Mrs. Sam Caple, and three sons, Wade and Robert Witt, of Louisville, James Witt, of Irvington; x, Mrs. J. C Nolte three and Mrs. W. B. Allen, of Cloverpoit, and Mrs, A. M, Tate, of Louisville; one brother, Robert K. Woods ami one sister, Mrs. Jennie Sullivan. The body was brought from Louisville Monday morning and the funeral was held from the Methodist rhuich after the train arrived. The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. S. G. Shelley, who was pas or of the Methodist church here wjen Mis. Witt lived in Cloverport sixteen year9 ago. The pallbearers were: Messis Wm. Stuart, Ed, Ogltbbv, Amiel OeUe, J. A. Barry, U.II Severs and Sam Courad. Those who attended the luneial from a distance were: Mr. Witt and his tout, Wade, Hob. and Jas. Witt; Mesbrs Carl Richardson and II. R. Johnson, Mrs. Annie Hanks aud Miss Annie Hewitt, m of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. R bert E Woods and Mrs. Jennie Sullivan, ot Louisville, Mr. aud Mrs. W. B. Ailed, Miss Jennie Allen, Sidney Taul, M s James Witt, of Irvington, and Mrs. A M. Tate, ol Louisville. step-daught- man. He will make a good citizen for Ctovtf port, License to Motion Picture Show. The City council met in regular last Monday night, Mayor Barry presiding. There was some complaint about the poor light furnished the city by the Gas Company during the last month and the bill was cut to half the regular allowance. Mr. James Burke asked the council to fix a license by the year for a moving picture show, but they were not inclined to do so at present. They made a reduction, however, on the license as it stands and ses-io- n asked Mr. Burke to pay the license for each performance. Sadness In The Elder Home Death And Illness. Klder, the pretty voung daughter of Mr. T. N. Elder, is dead. Her death was caused from His other lovely young daughter, Miss Myrtle Elder, is ill of the same trouble. Mr. Elder's father, is very J. W. Elder, age eighty-thre- e, low. Mi.ss Geneveve j funerMl of Mi s Anna Murphy-waheld from the Metl.oditt church Friday afternoon in this city. The interment took place at the Cloverpor cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Frank Lewis officiated in the services anil the mut-iwas rendered by Misses Ida and Georgia White, Miss Margaret Burn, Mrs. Rowland, Misses H zabeth ltd Kva May. "Will There Be A- - y Stars In My Crown?" Was sweetly sung as a solo by Miss Eva May "Asleep In Jesu" and "When The Roll Is Called Vp Yonder," special songs that Miss Murphy loved because they were the favorite ones of her mother, were si jo sung. The grave was coveted with beautiful pink and white rose?, and white Chrys aiithemutns tied with lavender chiffon. The were: Mejsrs .1 . C. N'olte, Chas. May, William Stuart, I'ayne, Chas. Sawyer an : WicklitTe Moorman. The body of Miss Murphy arrived from Chicago Thursday night, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Upton. Miss Murphy died Monday, December the fourth, at the Upton residence. She was taken ill ol paralysis, on a stteet car, and lived only a short while after the stroke. Mifs Murphy was the daughter of Allen Murphy and Eliza beth Murphv and she was born August 15, IH57. She had bren making her home lor ueaily fifteen years with Mrs. Uoton, who was Miss Pearl Hraiuard be fore her marriage. Tbey were devoted friends and had been since Mrs. Upton was in her early girlhood when she lived in Cloverport. Miss Murphy leaves two sisters, Mrs. Eugene Kingsbury, of this place, and Mrs. Thus. Watkins, of St. Joseph, Mo. pall-beare- The Hurrah For ' Capt. Billie" Dear Mr. Babbaged: Enclote find one dollar (9100) for which please move my subscription forward one notch. I watcn tor tlm paper with good deal of interest each week. I am glad to have so many evidences of prosperity in the old county. It is gratifying to know that the people have honored themselves by electing my old friend, "Captain Billy," to represent the county in the Legislature. He has lived in the county a good while ard ought to know the things that are nced ed for its welfare. Since he has declared in favor of the County Unit Law I hope it will prevail. It may be that we can visit the sacred soil again next summer. trust that you and your readers may receive the beat Santa Claus has for his favorites, and find 191.'! a happy Sincerely yours, S. C. stage. New Year. Bates. West Liberty, Ohio. December 7. I'd I. OLD AND RESPECTFUL NEAR KIRK CITIZEN DIES The largest and most select stock of Xmas goods just received at W. J. Schopp's. Steph-enspor- t. Finds Honey While Hunting Splendid Christmas Values. did Seaton and Mont Smith, of Glen LEWISPORT MILL'S NEW MA- Dean, while hunting rabbits, found a Dr. L"x, of the Haroinsburg Pharmathirty pounds of honey cy, has an interesting page- ad in this CHINERY MAKING FINE FLOUR bee tree and got which is unusual for this time of year. isiuf, and so has J. C. Nolte Sc Brother, of this c tv. In fac, every page of this After having been closed down for Fine New Sons week's News contains excellent adverseveral weekshaving their plant in the tisements f splendid offerings to the Hands of a mill contracting firm, The Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson have Christmas shoppers. Lewisport Flour Mill has again resumson, who arrived ed grinding. The improvements made named their little .'!, has been named Bob Lee. way of installing the very December were in the New Machinery At Shops Mr. and Mrs. Will Ross are receiving latest and best milling machinery in congratulations on the arrival of a line view of increasing the capacity of the 5. A new boiler washer is being placid mill, and the proprietors have kept boy December in the L. H. & St. L.shops here at the carefully in view an effort to improve cost of $0500.00. Police Docket. upon the already excellent quality of flour for which this mill is so well and favorably known. So far the results Last Monday was the regular civil THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDhave been iminently satisfactory to term of the city Police court. There the proprietors, in, that the quality of were several cases on the docket, the UCATION IN IT'S CORPORATE their Hour cannot be surpassed, they most of which wt re settled without any Capacity met December 1, 1011, The claim it to be in a class by itself, and special contest. The mule case bt the capacity of the mill is even more tweenl. W. White and James Dejat-nett- following members ware present: F. M. Hates, Jas. O. Leslie, Jas. L. Ball. than the contracting firm promised, In was transferred to Hardinsburg. fact the mill is among the best equip- Claude Mercer, Gus Brown and Jesse J. Whitworth, and passed the following ped plant in the country row, and if R. Eskridge, attorneys, from Hardins- order: e be opened for That no you want something tine in ttie way of burg were here interested in the proany purpose whatsoever until a conbread, try a sack cf Lewisport Flour. ceedings. tract has been signed by, at least, two responsible men living in said subdis-tric- t; Gilmore-lrwiCharley Hall Dead for any and all damages that may happen to said school house, furniture The mairlage of Mrs. Etnily Ward' Charlie Hall, of Madrid, a prominent and fuel belonging to said school. Said "Giluiore and Mr. I.ucieu J. Irwin was citizen, died Saturday, December i. He contract to be filed with ar.d approved quietly 8olcmni.ed at noon tody at the had been in bad health for several by the Division Chairman of the divisis located, and home of the bride, in UelgravU, the Rev. months. Mr. Hall is survived by one ion in which that the local subdistriet trustees are James Gibbon MiutiegerooV. rector of brother, Dr. Sidney Hall, of Const Episcopal church, fiiciatiug. hereby notified to see that no school- tine. -e, j . Fume's Robert Matiingly. aged about year, iliod" at t he old homestead, the f evidence of hi son. J. H. Mattinglv. Jr.. Near Kirk, Wednesday, December 6. after an invalidism of several years. The remains were buried with Solemn Hiirh Muss at St. Anthony's Long Lick, on the 7th, at which Bev. Father Brey, of Cloverport, nephew of the deceased, officiated, assisted by Father Mormitn and Jams Lewis, of Hardineburg. The funeral was largely attended. His coins removes one of the landmarks in the Kirk neigh bor- -j hood, where for years beyond the allotted three score and ten, he lived respected and honored by a wide acquaintance. Beeidei the son who resides at the parental home, three children survive the father's denth: Mrs. John O'Keillev, of Hardinsburg; Mrs. Frank Rhode-- , of McDan-iel- s, and Mt Mary Rhodes, of 8-- IIARDINSBIRG Miss Lillian Hook is visiting re las at West Baden, Ind. Aire Meador. who has been contemplating going to California, has moved into tne Horace Yates property. Milt Miller, of McDaniels, was in town last week. Mat I'ayne, of Irvington, recently appointed, by Gov. WiHson, Magistrate in the Fourth Magisterial District, came down from Irvington Thursday and qualified for his duties. He takes tne place of Squire John Akers, whose resignation followed his moving to in Haroinsburg. KnotUviUe. Attending The Inaugural. Thos J. Moore, lion. D.C. Moorman, A. ll. Pulliam, Cleve Htndri-k- , Jas W. lleudrick, Fred Jolly, C. C. Brock, Vie Robertson and Milt Miller. Opt. school-hous- --- Our undertaking establishment is complete. Funeral hearse at reasonable prices. J. Schopp, Stephensport. Card Of Thanks. n. We want to thank all friends for the kindness shown us Mouday on a sad mission back to our old home. R. 1). Witt and family, 4037 S. Third St., Louisville. school-hous- e Davis Uowell was in Louisville last week attending a meeting of insurance men. F. K. Rhodes, of Owensboro, was heie sevci al aays last week. He spent a few days in his former home at McDaniels. Banker John D. Shaw was with Lou Glassccck, Clyde Hicks aud other friends in the McDaniels neighborhood returned. hunting last week. Mrs. esse Lampton and Mrs. Lors, Hen-dricFred and Guy Jolly ar.d Cleve are attending the guoernatonal of McDaniels were guests of Mrs. Pal inaugural exercises in Frankfort. G truer Sunday. Mis. Shelley, of Louisville, was the Mr. Fisher, of Evansville, has been guest ut Miss Tula Daniel last week. the gutst of his cousin, H. C. Murray. ( )ur men hants are displaying a tine Mrs. Sue Mercer ha returned to line of Christmas goods, as the adverLeitchtield after a t to Mrs. Cham-blis- s. tising coiumns of ihe News indicate. Lemuel, the ten year old son of Mr and Mrs. Chas. D. Payne, near the depot, was shot through the cheek, the We handle the largest stock ball ranging back behind the o; p site ear, wime he and some other boys were of Dry Goods and Furnishing hunting iast week. No serious res.ilt is anticipated from tne accident. Goods in Breckenridge county Mrs. Eliza and Misses Uettie and -W. J. Schopp. Stephensport. Kliza and Mr. Irvin Taylor have returned from Custer Buy Hunter Farm. S. D. Duvall, jf Owenton, has been the guest of his son, W. C. Duvall. Mrs. Marvin Beard returned last F. k. Dowel aud Ad. Arms bought week from a isit to her sister, Mrs. E. the Hunter farm, near Sample, at PubB. English, of Owensboro. "A car load of pears arrived last week lic Safe Monday for HUM There are from Illinois. The demand for them over 880 acres in the tract. e neigti-Dorhood vi-i- The Cumberland Telephone Company has given their subscribers free connection with Ktngswood. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beard, Sunday. Dec. 3rd. a boy. The twenty seven members of the newly re organized F.pworth League, which meets at the M E church, South, on Sunday evening elected Marvin Beard, president; Misses Bettie Taylor, Annie Lewis Whitworth, Blanche Smith and Martha (iardner, vice presidents. Nat Shellnian, treasurer: Ely Dure,. I, secretary; and Miss Isabel Gardn r. Epworth League Era Agent. John O'Reilley is buying tobacco. He will reenve in the B. F. Beard warehouse as soon as a season comes putting it in condition for handling. Road Supervisor and Bridge Commissioner, Dal Garner, reports that the new iron bridge across Town Creek four miles above Cloverport, an excellent piece of work, is completed, and was received Friday. The abutments for the Hull Creek bridge have been acccptul and the material is on the ground for the erecting of the bridge, which will soon be put in position. Marriage licenses: Benjamin F. Blaine and Emma Bryant, both of Stephensport; Scott Bradshaw, of Grayson county and Bertha Mills of Rhodelia: Jonas I. Pile of Constantine, and Cordelia Laslie of Mook; Allen Lewis, of Stephensport and Nellie Hilton, of Latum:: Charlie Mercer, of Irvington, and Eva Springate, of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson, of L'mon Star Sunday. Mesdames Tom Gregory and Eli Pile, of Harned, are guests of Mrs. I. H Pile. George Hook is here from Newcastle, Ind.. to visit his father, Jube Hook, at the Brick Hotel. Marvin Beard was n OivcnshnrnSiiin. day the guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English. John O'Reilley and Mike Miller, who is riding with him in the tobacco business, are nurehasim laflii :.t uiU. r r i factory prices. Only seasonable weather is needed for tobacco to come into town in the old tashioned way, putting money into circulation and enlivening busineis for the New Year Attorney Hal Murray was in Evans-villa few days last week visiting his brother and attending to legal business. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and family were guests of relatives and triends at West view Sunday. Mrs. Mary Rhodes, of Knottsville. after a visit to Mrs. John O'Reilley has i 4k Bt a FURNITURE! FURNITURE! Christmas Gifts That Last a Lifetime! home i.s what you make it. Why not have a "Home Beautiful" yourself ; If you are a man, take a little interest in helping to beautify the house in which there i omet hi ng more than "paying the bills" that is required to have all the household beauties, it takes thought and planning and insight lo have las your daughter a dainty , French dressing table I Are the beds tilted up with good mitttesses and springs; Are the Hoot s covered with neat mat a real home. lings, stylish rugs or sensible carpets. We have all the essential furnishings to maintain COMFORT and GOOD CHEEK for a home successful. THK live- - 1 Sideboards, Bufietts, Kitchen Cabinets, Cupboards, Extension and Center Tables, Folding Beds, Book Cases, Rockers, Diners, Desks. EQUIP YOUR. HOME WITH RICH FURNISHINGS Have, regard for the 1'lcasuie of your family Prepaic to lit Begin by getting piece by piece of Hardware or Furniture. ft hospitality to your guei-- . 11 OL'R KMs AKL KkASONABLt. IRVINGTON HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO., e ee ee ee Irvington, Kentucky It means much to the small boy and girl. It means much to the larger ones too. It means much to everybody. Therefore, the Christmas season is the happiest one of all. Santa Claus has elected to again to make his stay in Cloverport with us, as has been his custom for a very long time. The stock has overflowing with been so arranged as to make your selections easy. The store is things so do not delay, but COmc early. CHRISTMAS! It's the best sounding word in the dictionary. ; gift-frivin- ff Cloverport's Christmas Store A Little Christmas Chat With The House-keephouse-keepe- rs er your holiday dinings now. We carry everything for elaborate dinners in our cents, up; and our Department. Our PLUM PUDDINGS for twenty-fiv- e PLAN CAKES, beautifully prepared, for fifty cents, up; are just what you want. and to people who board. See our other DeThese make fine gifts to licious Goods. Santa Claus, The King of Toyland" GIFTS forHER The House of a Thousand Dolls! Little girls, How would you like a Boy Doll that has natural hair that you can brush after you wash his face? Would you like a Big Doll dressed up like a young lady? Tell mother to let you go to Nolte's to see the beautiful dolls Santa Claus has there. GIFTS for Does Your Beau Come First? Then Brother, Dad and Grandfather? We can help you select practical and pleasing gifts for the men. In our handsome assortment Cufi and Collar Boxes, Comb and Brush, Scrap "Give The World The Shaving Mugs, Military Books, Jewel Boxes, Silk Best You Can and it will Brushes, Collar Bags, Necktie Racks, Cigar Scarfs, Candle Sticks, Give it Back to You" Give your mother, sister, best Liirl friend, sweetheart, fiancee; something you w ill be proud to reflect your taste. Among our Character Dolls elegant assortment are the following: are Wonders are: Kodak Photo Albums, Jewelry, Umbrellas, Ink Wells, Purses, Auto Veils, Music Rolls, Brass Ware, Books, Rugs, Pictures, Manicure Sets. Nuts, Bananas, Oranges, For Holiday Feasts Are You Going to Hang Up Your Stocking? 5anta Claus has lots of things too big to get in it. Go to Nolte's store and see what you want then tell Mamma and Papa about them. Mow would you like to have some fine toys like these: Go-Cart- Little Boys s, Cases, Lodge Emblems, Neckwear, Fancy Vests, Gloves, Smoking Sets, Cuif Buttons, Scarf Pins, Watch Chains, Sweaters, Pipe Racks, Mufflers. We have Novels, Friendship Books and poems attractively bound. Choice Books for Gifts Malaga Grapes, Figs Dates, Cakes and Fine Candies. Our Specialty is CANDY FOR lO CENTS A LB. It's Biggest, Best, and Sweetest Candy you can get for a Dime Steam Engines, Wagons, Toy Beds, Train on Track, For Boys and Girls Coasters, Air ships, Toy Pistols, Watches, Horns, Autos, Roly Poly, Shoo Fly, Stoves, Banks, For Youngsters Magic Lanterns, Sleds, Guns, Drums, Freight Trains, Sulkies. If you do not see listed here Do Your Christmas Shopping what you want, come in as we have many articles too numerous to mention. STORY BOOKS FAIRY TALES Early Christmas Tags, Stickers, Post Cards, Yuletide Ribbons, Tissue Paper. All The Little Ornaments and Finishing Touches for Christmas Packages J. C. NOLTE & BRO., Cloverport, Ky. New Model City Whiteahurg, Kv . Nov. 83. A grc.it transformation is taking place in :he Wright' Fork, of Rootle section, in on Eikhorn, thi county, as well a where tin Connolidat ion coal Company ha wrought wonders within the ,,,,;! few months In the way of ouild-Inand development, a hiiherto almost On Wright' Fork a unbroken foret model town cnristcneo Aictrouerts, is going up by leaps and bounds. The Nicola Building Company, of I'ittshurg started the building of Mc.Roherts a few weeks ago, and already has made McUolierts already much headway. has telephones, electric lights, a store, barns, warehouses, boarding-houee- s, residences, sawmills, bandmills, plan ing mills, dry kilns, etc., with which to prepare the building material necessary for Its rapid construct;cu. The postoffice department has just sent a representative to the town who wil advise the immediate establishment of a postolflce. The hundreds of men employed there anxiously await the establishment of a postotlice. The hundreds of men employed ihere anxiously await the establishment of mail facilities as they are now five miles from a COMMISSIONER rs SALE HOLIDAY tober the above cause, for the sum of one hundred and twenty eight dollars and fifty cents, with interest thereon at the rati of six tier cent until paid; subject to the following cr dits: f.S 00 paid August 12, p.KM, and f 12 :i9 paid Ocin Brtckenrtdge Circuit Court, Kentucky. Frank Fraize, I'laintilT EipntvNo. yt :iVM An Wartlel'd, Defendant ) By virture of a judgement and order of tale of Breck nridge Circuit Court, rendered at October term tncreof. I9I I, SHOPPERS. remember we give 5 per cent rebate on your purchases up to amount of round trip Railroad Fares . . . . I Bacon a sons 'INTmWTCTI) llll.Iil (III lmm DO YOUR CHRISTMAS . SHOPPING EARLY MAIL . SHOP BY IF YOU CAN'T COME IN .. . . PERSON .... M, 1900, I MARKKT STREF.T BKTWEI-- THIRD AND FOURTH Louisville's Popular Price Store. sale at Fisher's corner In Cloverport, Kentucky, to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Saturday the 2.1 day of Dec, mber. 1911, at one o'clock, p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve erty, to wit: One undivided one sixth interest in and to the Warfield tobacco warehouse and lot situated in the town of Cloverport near the upper wharf; als six lots lying in the Warfield addition to the town of Cloverport being lots 1 Herein shall proceed to offer for months; t he following described prop BIG DISPLAY AND SALE OF ATTRACTIVE the postoffice. Where McKoberts stands was the property of John V. Wright. i few years ago he transferred Great Northern Coal and Company for $0.00 an acre in fee almost a "song," as the saying goes. On SHOULD HAVE A NEW HOME it is a number of veins of the bestcok-inFOR GOVERNOR McCREARY coal in the United States. one scam g nos. 141, 14.1, 115, I40. I47 and 1!, as shown bv the plat of said addition. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of money so ordered to be made. For the debt, Interest and costs, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until fiaid, and having the force and effect of a replevin bond. Letn ictained to seonce cure payment of purchase money. Only I! dilers w.ll be prepaml to comply Approxit to promptly with these terms. imated debt, interest and cost, 9917.19, Coke Lee Walls, Commissioner. HOLIDAY GOODS! Our store is replete with things for Christmastide. Presents pret- ty or practical, pretentious ones and those less expensive. All of them appropriate and excellent values for the money. At least come in and look around measuring about solid coal . 30 fett of straight, There Governor is one spot in The Gift Problem Solved If you can't decide what to give, a visit to our store, with its well The Lexington & Kastcrn railroad, a branch of the L. & N., is now being rapidly constructed and will be completed into the new city on Wright's Fork within six months, it is said, while it is expected that the Big Sandy Eikhorn will have been completed into Jenkins before that time. It is not expected that the roads will connect as there is a big mountain between the two places. Other towns will be built by the Consolidation Coal Company, as it is the purpose of the gigantic corporation to develope the whole of their 100.000 acres as rapidly as possible. V-- Frankfort that McCreaty will find little changed since his occupancy of it nearly forty years ago, and that is the GovIt is the same anernor's mansion cient landmark it was when he first occupied it, onlv more so. Time has served to bring other buildings of a more modern construction to be erected nearby and the contrast is to the detriment of the "mansion.'' With the new capitol there should likewise come a new home for the Governor, one in kei ping with the demands of the displayed Holiday Goods, will enable you to know exactly what to buy for brother, sister, father, mother, baby, wife, sweetheart or friend ......... Toyland Three Times Better Luck FINE MOTION AT times. The Telegram. c.iu'tipi-tio- n "I had been troubled with The quicker cold is gotten rid of the less the danger from puaumooifl and other serious diseases. Mr. H. V. L. Hall, of Wnverly, Vh. , SHys: "I firndy believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely I he best preparation on the marUet lor colds. I have recommended it to my friends and they all agree with tne. " For sale by all dealeis. u (or two years and tiied all of the htjft physicians in Bristol, TtH,, at:d they could do uotlnug for me," writes Thos. K. Williams, Middlebo.o, Ky. ' Two packages of Chambeilaiu's Stomach and LttrM Tablets cured me." For sale by all dealers. Mrs. Renninger Dead Bring the littl e ones to see this veritable Fairyland. Dolls, big and little, the biggest and prettiest assortment ever brought to Louisville. Toys and Toys for girls and boys, indeed, an interesting display for grown-up- s PICTURE SHOW NEXT IN THE BASEMENT Notice. All persons having claims against the Tar Spring Sanitarium Company, will file same with the undersigned, duly sworn to and proven according to law; same to be filed before the lUth day of January, I9I2. The undersigned Special Commissioner will hear proof on all claims so filed, beon the 17th of January, A. D. tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and (i o'clock, p. m at the office of Murray All Hardinsburg, Ky. & Murray, claims have to be proven before the Very Respectfully, undersigned. U. C. Murray, Special Commissioner of the Breckinridge Circuit Court. Hardinsbury, Ky., Dte. 1st, I9II. 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. Mrs. Katie Renninger died at her home in Kockport. Ind., Friday. Death was caused by dropsy of the heart. A Texas Wonder. She is the mother-in-laof Mrs. Frank Renninger, who is a sister to Messrs. Heury and Lee Veager, of this city. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Mr. and Mrs Lee Yeager attended tl e bladder troubles, removing gravel, funeral Saturday morning. cures diabetes, weak and lame hacks, rheumatism, and all irregularities of Can't look well, eat well or feel well the kidneys and bladder in both men with Impart blood feeding your bodv. and women. Regulates bladder troubKeep the blood pure with Burdock les in children. If not sold by vour Blood Bitters. Eat simply, take exer- druggist will be sent by mail on recise, keep clean and you will have long ceipt of 91. 00. One small bottle is two life. month's treatment ami selc'om fails to perfect a cure. Dr. K. W, Hall, 2.t-'- 6 Patents A Puzzle Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by Thos. Fell, of Lewisport, has patented a new puzzle. The Anti-TruPuzzle and is destined to create more inStock Law Effective terest than the 16 to 1 puzzle ever did. The Fourth District Stock Law went He has an order from New York parties into effect December S It is now unfor 10,000. He is preparing to manu- lawful for stock to run in that facture them for the market. w st Cloverport Boy Better WEEK Finis Nugent, of Pellville, raied one acre of tobacco this year and it made The International Harvester Comhim more pounds than three did last year. Sold it to J. H. Phelon and Co. pany will show at Lewisport Thursday. December ll, Everybody is invited to at 9, and 3. attend. It la the best motion show ever given in Kentucky. 1) LEWISPORT "My child was burned terribly ftboat the face, neek and chest. I applied Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg, -- N. Y. Sells Farm Xack Stith, of Hcwley v lie, has sold his farm of l3 acres to Thos. Wilson for $.'15. per acre. lie gives possession January the tirst. i J. I'. Ditzenbach, who was hurt in a collision betw een an automobile in Louisville, is improving n icely. He was riding the bicycle to make a delivery for V. M. Blancagni el, the druggist for whom he works, and wasthrown to the street, receiving a scalp wound several inches in lengty. F. A. Chgg, Don't use harsh phvsics. The reac- vresident of K. A. ( legg A Company, tion weakens the bowels, leads to was driving the automobile. He waa chronic constipation Get Doau's exceedingly nice to Mr. Ditzenbach. They operate easily, tone the He had him taken to Norton's Infirmstomach, cure constipation. ary, where he paid all his expenses. Flowers, fruit and every attention was given to the injured boy. His mother, Jolly-RobeMrs. Kate Dit.enbach, went to see Miss .oa Jolly, daughter of Mr. and him Sunday. Mrs. H. M. Jolly, and Mr.Clauda Roberts, were married in Kockport. Ind.. Friday. December i, They are popular young people. . rts Subscribe mi 01 hoc 5m or m ioi Jfc 30E A 0 o Christmas Warning1 to Buyers of Jewelry Gifts! Impossible it Is for a man behind the counter selling jewelry, who has never been a jeweler or silver and gold worker, to tell a customer what he is getting in jewelery. Be not deceived, and take the risk in losing your money in CHEAP, GLITTERING, ARTICLES. Beautiful Jewelry is appreciated more than anything at Christmas. Handsome silver is what everybody wants. Do not let any one persuade you to get anything but the best. It is Necessary to Know What Jewelry Is! One has to be educated in its make-u- p and of the gold and silver, to appreciate it. quality No one can intelligently know a good or inferior article without a jeweler's education. To sell jewelry is only the part of a salesman. To understand and know what a piece of jewelry is, Go to YOUR a Man of Experience You know him. takes pride in tell- HOME JEWELER. His goods you can risk. He means another thing. ing and showing his customers that they are getting value tor their money. He delights in providing you with just what you want. He makes special orders. All his goods are HANI) ENGRAVED. You can depend on your home jeweler to take an interest in you. A Visit to The 0 o D Will satisfy and you need not go elsewhere. Christmas Jewelry is a lifetime present and wins a jewelry con can get place of love forever in the heart of the recipient. For anything in it at T. C. Lewis'. Come and see for yourself. Ever Your Jeweler, first-class Store of T. C. Lewis T. C. LEWIS, Hacrdinsburg, Ky i " " THE BRECKENRIDGE JNO NEWS, nrldtten M the Royal Neinti!'"r I.dRr. 0. RARR il l M BUSHING CO. Mm, 1'ink Neff mid OSVi J. Neff went to Irvirmti.n WVrliu dy. Marion Weatherholt. asued Every Wednesday. EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY . WEDNESDAY, DEC 13. 1911 Kt I'milinr Sncth vinitrd Mstd Wive at fviiiKtnn Sunday. returned Mri. N limit' Kobertaoii v. from vin't to tier iltugtitei, Mrs Kll K urn nt kfott. Mr and Mr. Rm Suth Mt on the t)ouiiil tmin SNturdnv niht fot wtl te tliey will make their home d'-iforlli- n fu-I- Notary Public Cloverport, Kentucky Fire and Plate Glass Insurance Subscription I'rice 91.00 h vear in advance. HI'SINKSS LOCALS 1" Cttl pet line, and I ents for ench insertion. him. of .January Iflf Uw Blllltf of Agriculture of Tilt MBOOi the State I'niversity will begin its farmers' courses or short courses WELL DESERVED until the middle of Mnn li, This course continue in agriculture and operations in a scientific manner. treating prnct cal farm lliobl It la poraibk for lbs boy IM the farm to arrange to leave hi- - work and The Praise That Comes From thi- - time spent at the eoHoflt will be both pleasant and profitable for Thankful Cloverport People. roi; ihj TBM no) - o. the h.iRM. Special Sale of Furniture. Rocking Chairs worth $5.00. go at $2.90. W. J. S C H 0 P P. Stephensport. Ky. Fidelity Bonds Twenty years' cxpet ience in the execution of Deeds, Mortgages, Con- tracts and other legal documents r lurk's advice to Democrats is: "(Jet together and stay together". This advice he would trive to Democrats in every comThai remedy is Drum's Kidnev Pills. This instruction is CloVerpatt ISattSMMjr proves it hIwhvs munity in our land, if lie had the opportunity. all tlnits neccessary for the tank and Hie of the Democracy to follow reliable. QtOlgt River St., Cloverin order to insure I ureal National victory in 11)12. Mr. Clark's sug-gc- t port, Ky snys: "For three month I ion is right. ( Jetting together is what uave us a Democratic whs uiih' le to do Hnv wtn k on account Governor in Kentucky this year and will elect u a Democratic Presi- of my kidasyi Msn SiMfdStsd. The dent Mil year! passages of the kidney secretions were paiiilul and any tett bSMM so hadly A MWl dispatch from Frankfort say- - that JftBMt L Stone. Clerk swollen thai I was nimble to put my has hot1! wn. Tiler.- wm dull asks Is the of the Mouse of Representatives and candidate for aniall of uiy hick, which extendeel into been there gathering information to be embodied in the report of the my head, mid although I tried number Rediatriotiog ConaniHion which will be made for the Legislature. It of remedies, was ha to find relief. interesting to note that Mr. Sione DCJgM hi Strrics for the State iMiiallv in ni's Kidney Tills came to my procur. d a supply. I tlii i t six years ago when Gov. McCrcarv. who was inaugurated yes- attention and terday for t)M second time, waa ti t elected Governor of Kentucky. used them according to directions and Champ ( . I i- One kidney lemedv never failo. Cloverport people rely upon tt. SaV that it costs to OWN YOUR BANK someone else's grass. $30 a month for only six years and you'll have considerably over TWO THOUSAND dollars with which to buy a home of your own. Then you'll no longer hear the unwelcomed knock of the rent collector. self-deni- rices Reasonable Work for First-cla- OWN ss It is worth all the effort and HOMh. You cannot be happy mowing 1 for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an mass of testimony. It does not dry out nor raep the tender It allays the inflammation and gots wtraight to the root of the disease. Obstinate old cases have yielded in a few weeks. AH druggist, 7"c, includ-n- g spraying tube, or mailed by Fly Bros , 36 Warren Street, Xcw York. Let OUR Bank be YOUR Bank. Capital $50,000 THE BANK OF Surplus $20,000 & TRUST Resources $320,000 CO., Hardinstmrg, Ky. HARDIN SBURG i weeks I wasentitelv free from kidChristmas Rates. ney trouble. I attrinute my lobust health special dispatch from Herdinsburg in the Louisville l'ost of today solely to Doas'l Kidney Pills." Reduced rales to all Henderson Route lat Friday contains the announcement that county Attorney For sale by all dealers. Price 50 noints effective December 15, 16, 17, 20, of llreckciiridge county will advocate the nomination of Col. cents. Foster-Mi- l bum Co., Buffalo, , 2.1. 24, 25, IK), SI, Igll, January 1, 21, New York, sole agents for the United Roosevelt for President in 1918. Mr. Eskridge say- - he will make 1l gi oil returning Jmiuaiy 8, It It, States. of the News why he is for Col. itatement in next week"- - b-Ktmember the name Doan's and take DO 01 her. Ksk-ridgue IS six The Best Wheat the Farmer Raises The best machinery the count ry nU'ords, handled by a scientific and practical miller is what produced Look- - like we will have a tin season for tobacco, ms to s pel I a cold wave for Christmas. - And the rain BEWLEYVILLE. r To Fill Your Christmas Rurning Lewisport Best Flour Your Grocer has It. Gov, Will-o- n Kv.. to lucceed appointed Judge W H. Winn, of Ml. Sterling. Stocking Full and Insist upon Getting It. Judge CRear. I Noah ;altert. of Louisville, was here Kunay and tilled bii regular SppOlBtOMOl at the Baptist church. Rev. The Womans Foreign Missionary Society met with Mrs. Wood Weathernolt Thursday afternoon. Messrs Sheldon Lee and Jess I'oma spent Sunday with home folks Messrs 'harlts tiardner and Maurice ( Kuperta home. Hyde and Misses Noonu Simons and Finslcy spent Sunday at Kev. Pow ell is conducting a series of meetings at the M. E. church. He is assisted by Kev. Ulster, of Tell CltT. Miss lira Frank is on the sick list. Messrs llu'h W'eathi rholt anH Clar erne LSSl were in Canni lton Weones-day- . James Winchell launched nis new yacht "Lonesome" Thursday. ttoy Mason spent Sunday at Can Ml' Ion with his parents. BslaiS Huber and Dr. Casper were Milton I tarda way and Rufus Cain left Kridav for California. Ben Stith, of Pasadena, Cal., after a hlTC Thursday hunting. Chester Polk is hauling coal from visit of a few weeks at the old home, left Saturday night for the far off Cannelton for the school house here. U'egencst, of Millstone, at sunny clime, taking with him his bride, Leonard Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway. tended church here Friday evening. After an extended business trip Special inducements in cloth- through the south, Thomas J. Drury arrived from Mobile, Ala , Thursdny ing and shoes given from now night. Tuesday morning he left for until Jan. 1. 1912, at W. J Detroit, Mich. Hea!tiuirters of the K. M. F. Auto Co. Schopp's. Stephensport. James 1'. Drury, of Brandenburg, spent several days with his father, Chsa. H. Drury. GUSTON. Mis. (lien Hardaway attended the Herman Rice visited his parents in District Missionary meeting at Kings-woofrom Saturday until Monday. Hancock county. Mrs. D. C Moorman returned to I.awre.:ce Rice at'ended the liruner- (Hen Dean Saturday. Uowel wediling at l.kron Sundav. Miss Adah D. Stith has accepted a .Mrs. Peytun Robinson, of Parklai.d, position in the Children's Hospital in is visiting .Mis. (',. H. Anderson. Louisville. MUl Carrie Oilpin returned home acemnpinied bjf Misses I. illie Neff All the goid qualities of Ely's Cream and X'ertie Johnson. Balm, solid, aie found in Liquid Cream Mrv DurWard Wroe, of Irviugton, Balm, which is intended for use in atupeut Sitnnlay with Mrs V, U Smith omizers. That it is a wonderful remedy d Fii-day Over We Have Candies, Oranges, Battaoai, Pigi Prunes, Apples. Cocoa Nuts, Huisins. LEWISPORT MILL i Lewisport, Kentucky mm b CO. Candies from 10c to 20c per pound Layer Haisins 15c par pound I'runes worth 15c at 12H" lb. GfanjfSS Mo per dozen Start a Bank Account For A - aa mmm i I J Christmas Gift To Yourself Full line of Vegetables Cabbage, Irish and Sweet Potatoes, Canned Coods, sister or daughter. .Make yourself happy and you will make everybody else happy. There is nothing that (fives a man more ) eonlidence than to have some cash to his credit, bf placing ten dollars a month, if not convenient to save more, and you will ret in the habit of saving, which prepares vou for a comfortable future. If you have a baafe account, start one for your mother, wife, lie-vx- F, A. I JARBOE&BROS. UarHimhiirn Vontiinlfu FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. Irvimrton, Ky. PAYNE, Cashier nor :: hoc ask? 30C Clothing Ivtrschbaum Uomes. Go To ALEXANDER'S For OU will find Clothino; I still have a big line to lect from ALL WOOL se- dies, nuts, oranges and etc. that Santa Claus has made this store his headquarters and you will find everything to please both, old and young. Dolls, canBring the children to see Santa Claus. $4.00 o S15.00 Blue Serges 1 lot Suits, worth $12.50; at 1 lot Suits, worth $10.; at lot Suits, worth 17.50; sj 1 Special Prices ' LADIES' LONG COATS 4c All sizes and colors at prices ranging from (iood Calico per yard Yard wide cotton per yard Hope bleached cotton per yard Men's heavy lleece lined underwear, worth 50c at 8 bars Lennox Soap 2 ranei at $10. 0 4'c LADIES' COAT SUITS I Ik 39c 25c 15c 25c 25c 10c 121c have a good supply left at prices that will interest you. HATS $8.50 $7.98 $5.98 0 . LADIES' RE"uTO-WEA- R All go at less than cost. Vou will find a nice assortment still left to select from. These are real bargains and it will pay you to see them. Hominy Mens' Shoes 1 OVERCOATS go at lot Storm l isters, worth $7 50; at 1 lot Ovorcou(-,M.e- s 1 I cans ToMOtoat ; have a big lot of can- - Corn 5 pounds Sods Hesl side i lace. I'm out and tan shoes, worth $4.00; 1 lot Overcoats l'ATKIOT SHOES; button and aoUsj) worth $10.; (I'resto 7 rn 5l lOU jJQ meat These are real Bargains and have nearly all sizes. LADIES' HEAVY SHOES, worth $1.50; go $5. 31 at SI .25 at M, worth to 5.; $3.75 ED. F. ALEXANDER, Irvfngton, Ky. The little daughter of Mr. and Mr. Keith MiCullock, of Owensboro, haa bet-1christened Rote Vandal!. Ely's Cream Balm Th young society men, of this city, it quickly ahtorheri. will give a Christmas Dance at the Giv Rnd a Once. opera hou-.Tuesday evening. It rlrnnw-- . Mootlxx, Mrs. Ben Ridceway and baby, Jnnies he.N ami BTOtOTtl the 1imn'i mom. Franklin, and his n'ltse, spent Wednes hrnp rfnultiii,' from (lav and Thursday in Louisville. Catarrh m4 uri?M away a Cold in lltn Mis. WirklifTe DeHaven gave a renoa.1 luirkiv. i: ception veMerdav afternoon from three ..r nHT tomx tiip Si to five in honor of her sister, Miss Taatr MM Sim II. Pull si..- ."() cK, nt I rn or by DMU. In liquid form, 7" emit, Bonner, of Texas Kly BrMmn, M Wffn Street. Nrw York. Mr and Mr Tom Watkins, who are guests of Mrs. Shelby Conrad, will go to 1.irdinsburg soon to spend a f w das with Mr?. John Kincheloe. E6e Breckenridge News The body of Will Farber will arrive here todav from Montrey, Cal., after WKDNKSDAY, DSC. IJ, 1911 whicn arrangements for the funeral will years be made. He was thirty-nin- e old. BugVM T. Havnes, of Durant, Okla. , He looks line an: is heie on business. He says business is good in Oklahoma. LOCAL BREVITIES was at Hardinsburg Monday and camn down to Webster to spend a night with He will nis friend, Forrest Claycomb be here tor several days. CATARRH e r In the New Home You want the best when starting in the new home. Above all, you want that home to be snug and warm and comfortable. You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. It is a sort of portable fireplace. It is ready night and day. - Juit strike a match and light the wick. The Perfection is all aglow in a minute. The Perf ection Oil Heater does not smell nor smoke a patent automatic device prevents that. It can be carried easily from room to room and is equally suitable for any room in the house. Handsomely finished, with nickel trimmings; drums of either turquoise-blu- e enamel or plain steel. Only JJ Days .yiu rruro Lf Ln 'Till Christmas In the meantime we are getting our store ready tor Santa Claus. He will have lots ot nice things tor you this year. "DO YOUR SHOPPING in Mrs. Joe Sawyer is very ill. Who will Ret the piano at Sippel's. J -- IRVINGTON. Miss WtlU J. Drury left last 1'ii.Uy for Louisville where she is visiting Miss B Ada D.ury. of (ilen Dean, I). C. Moormmi, and A. I), l'ulliam left Monday for I'ninkfort to attend the inauguration of Gov. McCreary. Dr. Clarence DeWeeae and Mrs. who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tdford, have returned to Dr. McDonald was in Irvington day. I'iano contest at hippel's closes Dec. 86, 19II. Jesse Beavin is ill at his home near Tar Springs. H. L. Stader has returned home from Louisville. J. W. Owen, of New Orleans, was home last week. Mrs. Kmma Skillman has returned home from Holt. Nile Reauchamp, of Lodiburg, has returned from Iowa. Misses Jean and Edith Burn went to Louisville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Seaman have returned home from Paducah. W. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville last week. Dr. J. B. Fry mire, of Fry mire, was at Hardinsburs Monday. Miss Ray Lewis Heyser entertained the Girls' Club last week. Mrs. Lucy Temple, of Owensboro, was in Lewisport Saturday. Mrs. Cliff Haddock, of Webster, was in Irvington Friday shopping. Miss Stella Walker, who is ill at her home on the pike, is not improving. Mrs. Garvin Smith left Monday for Knoxville, Tenn., to visit her mother. Order engraved cards at the News office. Price one dollar to three dollars. New shoes and new styles at Sippel's. Miss Jennie Warheld has returned to Christher home in Louisville to mas. The Rev. Mr. Thomas.of Dixon, Ky., arrived Monday to visit Rev. Mr. Lewis. Fancy salad bowls, china ware and Japanese ware for Xmas gifts. T. F. Sawyer. Mrs. Mildred Hawkins is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Peyton Eskridge. Misses Carrie Lee Tucker and Carrie Mae Jackson returned to Louisville Monsp-n- EARLY" PjERFECTIO S Atk your HV akr to ihow you a Perfection okelenOil Heater, nr write (or decriptiv ilr direct to any irn y of J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I'orl9vilIe. Miss Lillie Davis has returned from Louisville where she visited Mrs. Dr. W. n. Taylor was chlled to d. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) the State I'niversitv, of Indtma, will return Mom BlOOtnington this week to spend the holidays. .Mrs. (irace C mover, of Owensboro, will airive MM to be the uest of her aunt, Mrs. Nora Biard. Joe Moremen and nephew, Lewis Moremen, will leave this week for room adjoining Dr. l'aiks' (jffice. Florida to spend the winter. Miss Maggie Carter, of C'loverport, is Jets Claikon, of H.'jj Spi i njf . was the visiting relatives here. guest of Mr, and Mrs. Joo, R, W imp last week. Mis. Nannie Robertson returned from Frankfort. Mrs. 1). C. Htrron sold a pair of very Farmers, don't forget that the slack line work mules to Mr. I'lnl Ioe, of Louisville, Ky. law went into effect on December s. The hospitable home, of Mrs Mary Kvery family has need of a good, reMunford and d oubters, was thrown opliable liuiiiiHiit. For sprains, oruic-- . en to the members of the II. Y. P. V., who met there Saturday evening from oraMMottlM muscles and rheumatic pains there is none better than Chamto 10 o'clock. berlain's. Sild by all dealers. Miss B, Ada Drury entertained the Wednesday Club at the liiiMnesa Women's Club 111 Louisville Wednesday aftSTEPHENSPORT ernoon. Mrs. Jellies A. Leach was the guest of honor utid addressed the Club of School Suff ;ige f on "The I'rui-pec- t K. A. Smith baa purchased the Women." I'.eii-neit Sa'-urday 7:.-11 The service the Methodist church Friday evening by Mi. G. C. Cromer, who represents the all Prayer Fondling Home in Louisville, was flue. Miss Mary Ilrown, of Lewisport, is Visiting Miss Tula Lockard, A Christmas Bazaar will be held by the women of the Methodist church Dec. 2:2nd and 23rd, in the reception Mr. and Mrs. Men L. S'itb have leit for I'asiidona, Cal. They sp-several in New Orleans. by the illness and UmUi of his Ottie Hvnes, of Durant. Okla., was a father, Senator G. A. Taylor. "I M and Mrs Matt Payne MonKue-- t Gospel which was held at Hod-geusvil- le nt dis Warvts. -- . -!.- The Bank of (I Cloverport . ,V day. Miss Claiie Jollr, who ii attending For Sale MHO pounds. Uood leaders Pr iliOOO Phenp If jrnv need them. 0. I.. Winn, u. I). No 2. Itrlmrton, Ky. pott s LI OcK.ii years olil; mvgh Steers fnka of Won.- Rtwn For Sale BOH BALE A It Bona power stationery Una EtiKlne; Watklna la Rood Breekettrldite News, CloTerport, Ky. Pays J Cits 4 per cent - mk. For Sale on Time Deposits depositors are made secure bystockholders whose aggregate wealth amounts to over Fill; SA I.I . he-els- . KlHHk .Mortstaircs mid all kinds Cliivcrpori Ky. - llMAllJintllMl V... For Sale . Scholarship Bowling dc- OloTerport. Ky. poK BALK Mebolanklp In tk Green Unlrerait, irood in anv nnntofthkl rnivi-r-.RMnkaiiid Nm an 1 WE Always carry a full line 1 $1,500,000.00 PAUL IF WIS fflduVr livery stable from Richard Mc-afe- e. Drugs, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Come and See Them PIANOS Direct from the Factory and no Middleman's Profit HI riAllUJ A MAC up yesterday. The best New Orleans molasses, new crop, per gallon, 55 cents at T. F. Public Sale! UN- Sawyer's. Misses Susette Sawyer and Elsie Gregory are assisting in Nolte's store this week. Crotched hoods for children are all the style and grown women wearthe::i for evening. Mrs. Mannie Moorman, of Hardins-burg- , attended tne funeral of Mis.-- ; Annie Murphy. A big assortment of candies, one pound 10c; others sell same candv at I5 to 10 cents lb. Dr. P. W. Foote, of Irvington, and Eli Wilson, of Valley Station, were in Hardinsburg Friday. Miss Stella Weatherholt and cousin, Curtis LaRue Weatherholt spent Wednesday in Louisville. Engraved cards for men Order at The News office this week if you want them for Christmas. Saturday, Dec. 23 I will oiler for sale to the highest bidder at my farm near balltown, the following property: Qo to O. W. Payne' if you want good groceries at low prices. The marriage of Miss Emma Bryant, formerly of Rome, Ind., and Mr. Prank Blaine, of thia place was quietly solemnized at the home of Miss Pettie Allen Monday evening, December 4, at o'clock. Rev. J. Wine bell performed the ceremony. Their many friends wish them voyage success and a happy through life. Men's, women's and children's Coat Sweaters at McCubbini from A fine Piano $150 Cas Pianos from $35.00 up. .tl7:" on Time ( Irgmna from $ iri.no We are Factory Representatives Write us for CatftlogtMi GIBSON & SON THE DAMI 107 L SAMUELS MUSIC CO. KY, West Third St. OWKNSBORO My household and kitchen furniture; also 1 wagon; 1 mowing machine und all other funning implements. 2 milk OOWt, good ones; 2 good mares, both in foal; also 1 good team, bofM and mate; 10 good ewes. buggy; 1 Ernest Robertson, of Glen Dean, went to Louisvilie last Wednsday with over 2000 worth of stock. Mattingly, of Garfield, went to Blair, Nebraska, to bring home his sister, who has lost her health. V. B. $5.00 and under, cash, over $5.00, 12 months time with good security. TERMS: John Matthews THE OLD RELIABLE Cloverport, Ky. Organized BRECKINRIDGE BANK OUR RECORD 39 ions in abundance;elothe in alnin dance, a- d five dollars in money. Mrs. JirboC savs it is too jtood 10 be real; seems like he has been dreaming. (jo to McCllbbina for your Can19e to $2.50 each. dies, Oranges, Nuts, Apples. A. R. (.'ashman and wife speni Currants, Citron. Hananas. Sunday in I'nion Star, guest of Figs. Prunes and Evaporated relatives. IVaches. Bet McCubbnis' line of Dress Miss Francos, of I'nion Star, (ioods. It's complete i:i every was the guest of Mrs, A. 15. Cash detail. man Saturday. lave vou seen the pretty Doll Remember that McCubbint car Hats at Mrs. Payne's They are ries an excellent line of Shoes at little beauties. Lowest Prices. A complete line of Furniture, Mrs. (i. V. Payne went to Hardware and Harness at McCub- Union Star Monday to see her bins. mother, Mrs. Dowell, who is very Rev. Jajfboi and wife wish to ill. thank their many friends for the Mcn'und boy't Clothing, Laddonation party and, especially, the ies' and childrens Wraps at greatbaptists. Iney received provis- ly Reduced Prices at McCubbins'. Air. and Mrs. VV. H. Gardner spent Sunday at Pine Hill, the guests of Air. and Mrs. F. A. Smith. (iet one of those handsome Rockers at MeCubtiins for your w i It, Old Santa is now ready at G. VV. Payne's to receive lettci 1872 Don't forget that McCubbins have wood and coal I lenters from Kai-sins, H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT DENTIST Hardinsburg, Kentucky OFFICE . OVER . KINCHELOE'S . PMARHACY I Write Santa Claus To Go To The Irvington Pharmacy v.w yM.. - - A bar of fine soap, a tube of cold cream, a package of Rice face powder, a bottle of toilet water, a little lip salve, a bit of face rouge, a box of nail enamel, a nice chamois skin, a hair shampoo, a rubber set tooth-brus- h . with tooth paste, a silver-bachand mirror, a curling iron; and after Christmas when you have used each one, see if you are not a thousand times prettier and a happier woman. k : years of honorable dealing. Passed through three panics and paid every legitimate claim to its full amount on demand. Never scaled a cluck. 3 An absolutely Sale Place lo do Business. NOV. per cenl on Time Deposits A $1.40 to $7.50. 1 am closing out my Millinery (roods at cost. Mrs. (1. W.Payne. We are grieved to learn of the illness of Mrs. Dowell at the home of her son, W. II. Dowell at Union rT The Islington Pharmacy Irvington, Ky. Star. EXAMINED 15, 1911 BY STATE BANK EXAMINER AND PRONOUNCED No. 1 Cook Stoves and Range-- , from $6.00 to $30.00 at McCubbini. FRESH Strenth Floor Noonday lunoh 3S i Stwrt' tsurant STEWART DRY GOODS CO. nd Sea Fountain on n cti n wrrn j MMim c:. mrm Rxrmrnl Light Bread J11-, like ImM MM COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE. THE PLAN, BRIEFLY, IS: Purchase from your home to Louisville. When you have completed your shopping in this store, take your return ticket and your sales checks to the transfer desk (South end of building), and we will refund in cash 5( of your total purchases up to the cost of your Round Trip Railroad Fare. Notice to Charge Customers Rebate made in cash at time of purchase and not at time of settlement of account Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes This is what we make with clean hanrls. fresh materials and good machinery Let us have vour order for Hread what you must have throe times a dav.... Do Your Holiday Shopping in Louisville and at Louisville's Christmas Store OurMar j OrderDepartment Will ServeYou H. r J. Krebs Irvington. Ky. . kinds; also linlhlts place and any union 1. S. H. DAVIS, WHniPIII ttauivui ii Mutter. Kbits. kejr. Ueeae, Hlld t.llH I ur- - Clii.-k- 1 Will : bay any cash for same. Harned, Ky. Klir H If you cannot come, write us a list of what you want, and your order will be filled as satisfactorily as if you were here in person. SplendidlyReadyinHolidayMerchandise DR. H. J. BOONE Permanent Dr. Owen's Office. Main Street Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. to 5 p. m. 1 Dentist ooo Clove rport, Ky. czioezi BALL aoo & MILLER Never in the history of this 22 53 great store have the stocks been as large, the selections as varied or the values as great as at the present Holiday season. Every wanted need finds its satisfaction in the myriad of Christmas things which are displayed in the 61 different departments of this great store. The shopping facilities of the Stewart Dry Goods Co. are unequaled by any store in this section of the country. The broad, spacious aisles the splendidly trained clerks, and the modern equipment makes easy the handling of the vast crowds which daily throng this great store Sri ACCOMMODATION DESK-Seco- feSa cduiii S4nI Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, CZ30EZD O : Ky. OO CZIOEZD MONEY few-- n i .- - trapk not n IK iM-i- euros Hm - We tell yen how, and pay best mnrtrt v. e are Healers; emaoiuned LTI'.K for you tu Is.; and can do Vs. K' ft rer.ces any bank in isviiie. Write for wc kly price IV). apMits or commission U tfier-c-- .: Cl .33 t Market It, IOUISVILlE, Kt. Dealers in FUoa, HUES, WOOL. S ABEL SONS uat 1153I3S our opinion froa wliothor iui u prohattlf p.ueni utile. ConnaUtOaV tltitisnt ru lly coiitldonl i.il. HANDBOOK ou l'ut iiti Bfiit fre. OldMt urenrjr fur siM:urin puteniH. t u. receive I'i'i'iuh (akua through Muun $l t tut notice, without tfumto. In tUo Quickly htvtMit ion A f . &aTHkTnDIH II OVER 66 YEARS' IliMil EXPERIENCE nd Floor LADIES' WAITING ROOM-Th- ird Floor TOYLAND-Fou- rth Floor nrone sending aketrti and dt?ecrltMon muf Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac, t LODIBURG , ll.irdin, f Bifi dtwburyft Dr. J. was the Jjuest of A. M. IIard:n lMt week. Sam Ilrown and Asia Mi ler w lio have been in Illinois lor the past two months, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Frank Hall, of Itallaid rounty. has ben visiting relatives here for the past week. Misses Nina and Julia Hardin were the guests of Misses I.ucile and Klden Parr, of Clifton Mill, Sunday. Mi . and Mrs. Kddie Bruce, of llawts-ville- , spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. t'liarlie Bruce. Mr. (Jus, who has been in Arkansas for the past three months, returned home last week. Miss Mary Noble, of Olovi rport, was Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Noble, last week. Miss Ida Dutschke, of Holt, spent the week end with her eoiuin, Mrs. Ida SENTENCE : PASSED UPON CASE . . . SCOUNDRELS IN TARING ' Dr. W:;itchs!J's N . I aHEUiai.C REF.1EL Fet 15 years a Standard Remedy t u all forms of Rheumatism, lumba o, gojt, sore muicles, itirt or snol joints. It quickly relieves the severe pains; reduces the fever, and eliminates the poikon from the system. 50 cents a box at diuggiits. Write for a Ftea Mai Box Dr. Whitehall MUgrlmlno Co. Ill of ( . Lafsystts St. South Bend, Ind. Mrs. her daughter, Mr. and l!yn lleauchamp loverport, last week. Mrs. Meador Simmons, of Efordintburg, spent Thaukseiving with Mrs. Simmon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt. Nottingham. Prof. Arthur Ater and wife, of spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Ater's parents, Mr. and Mrs June Bandy. Will Head, of Oweusboro, was the guest of Dice Avitt last week. Jonas Basham lost a fine milch cow Sleph-ensior- t, Mr and Mrs. hurt VftrMe), of Sample, were guests of friend here last week. Hyou Johnson, of (larfield, was visiting hisdaught. r, Mrs. Grayson Payne, last week. Miss Ida lit lie Ater, our express agent at this place, w as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Flak Ater. of Irvington. last week. Hewitt tlibson, who is attending the Hardingburg College, spent last week with hii parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson. Sh.ulv Ber.d is a little village in the state of Kansas. There was a yourg lady school teacher in the village named Miss Mary t.'namberlain. Certain parties eirculated stories about her. She was weak and unprotected and no one to defend her fair nam. Without investigating the truth of falsity or the charges, a band of brutes in pan' taloons assumed the task of regulating the community, organizing a mob, took the school teacher cut. stripped her, heat her and sin a red over her a coat of tar and leathers. Then with a self cot'sciourness of having regulated the morals of the neighborhood, they wen-de- d their several ways homeward, thatiking tiod that they were not a this poor frightened and half-deagirl. Fortunately, the conscience of Shady Bend was not bound up in this mob Tne courts have gone to work and several convictions have beu had, all d with inadequate penalties. It is ;t ited that the stories were libelous and altogether false; that they originated with scandal monering men and women, and that the girl bore the very highest character for virture and chasity. Hut whether she was all that had been said of her, the members of the mob ought to have been dipped in boiling oil, then scalped, then roasted slowly over hot coals, and afterward torn to fragments and thrown to wild compared with these scoundrels of Shady Bend. I,ay this proposition down, and let it 'sink deep into the recesses of your heart: The man who lays a linger in anger on a woman is not a fit companion for a real gentlemanly devil. When he gets to his linal abiding place he will have to seek one of the lower pits. Bowling Green Messenger. Scientific Jfmerican riandsomt-IHlnMrntod waekly. I.nrgest clr- t'uiattutl of any ctentltto journal. Turtim, $3 a rear : four montLti, 1. tioM by all ttewHdt'ulem. A MUNN & Co.36lBroadi New York Branch om . trs K St., Wnahinunni, D.C. POPULAR II II MECHANICS N When vour feel me wet and cold, mid your body chilled through and through beasts. tioiu exposure, take a big dose of Champut up a set of brute men to berlain's Cough Remedy, bathe your Who sit in judgment on those of the weaker teet iu hot water before going to bed, sex? Why were they called on to re- and you are almost certain to ward off a severe cold, l or sale by all dealers. gulate the morals of a community? more faacinutlnK Magazine that makeat Fact Fiction "WWTrCh ao YOU CAN UNDaaaTANO A GREAT Continued Story of th World'i Pracrau which you may beKin reading at any time, and which will hold your interest forever, u running in it" rt Theie was a bunch of just such scoundrels who hroualit a uaor. trem bling girl before the Master to be judged under the Mosaic law. When he turned to them and said: "Let h m that is without in among you. Iirt cast a stone at her," thev all sluuk away like th cowardly curs they were. They were as burning and shining lights in the synagogue of Louisville Friends Hunt. D. C. Heron, of Irvington, was host Monday night at u stag dinner given at his home iu compliment to his Louisville friends who came down Sunday to Popular Mechanics Magazine month want tu know. aOO A Are you reading it ? Two millions of your neighbor are, and it la the favorite magazine in thousands of the best American homes. It appeals to all classes old and young men and women- - those who know and those who righteousness a last week. Mrs. Bettic Aigabright was visiting Subscribe Now hunt and returned Tuesday after tine sport. The guests were: Messrs. George Bright, Frank McAtee, Ayre Hughes, Faul Agoe, Mr. Leichmuu and Mr. Lynch. When you have a cold get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will soon B you up all right aud will ward on any tendency toward pneumonia This remedy coutaius no opium nor other uarcoiic aud may be given a confidently to a baby as to an adult. Sold by all dealers. aaa each rois IICLL The "Shop give easy ways to do things- - how to make useful articles iur home and shop, repairs, etc. "Aouliur Mechanic! " (10 pages) tells how to make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. vaaa. sihocs ftn yur Wii1mI.i' to com s is ccnt Aak yuu ur OF OBNCNAL INTEHET Notss" Department (20 pases) aoo pictuhis t.o waira roa raae samplb copy tooav Wuhlastoa CHICAGO s,. w POl'ULAK MECHANICS CO. 310 W. ., Louisville Evening Poet and B reckenritlgc News one year 3 y. $3.50 m w - aaa boi Adventure A Romance of Women! If weak, you need Cardui, Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day and night school in session the e lira year. Hook free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. ...Shorthand . The South Seas BY Copyright 1910. by S tract O Smith Copyright. 191 1, by the M milium Company me buy It In Heranne CBAfTM IX. "Hen ven forbid!" he cried In such A MAM AND A WOMAN. AS BFTWFFN genuine dismay that she broke Into wai Siitnn's liiexliniistlbl" energy hearty Inugliter. nnd fRd spirits Mint most luv "There. I won't tease you. Really, presSKMl tlietn. II m twth MMMi you know. I'm not accustomed to perpelunlly to nche with desire, forcing my presence where It Is not and In lieu of hlnck Iiks he husked the desired. Yet as you said yourself, it cocnsnnts thnt fell from the trees In was Impossible for me to go nwny. so the compound, kept the enclosure etWf 1 hail to stay. You wouldn't let me of intruding hens, mid made n hostile go to Tulagi. You compelled me to niMpmlntiince with every boss boy who force myself upon you. But I won't MM to report. buy in as pnrthet with nny one. I'll Chrlstlnti Young soiled nwny In the buy Pnrl Sulny, but I'll put only ten Minerva, carrying an Invitation (that boys on It nnd clear slowly. Also, would le delivered nohody knew when) I'll invest in some old ketch nnd take to Tommy Jones to drop in nf Hernnde out a trading license. For that matthe next time lie was passing. ter, I'll go recruiting on Malaltn." "What are your plans when you get She looked for protest nnd found It to Sydney?" Sheldon asked that night in Sheldon's clenched hand nnd in at dinner. every line of his clean cut face. . "First I've heard that I'm going to "Go ahead and sny it." she Sydney." Joan retorted. "I suppose "Please don't mind me. I'm you've received Information, by bush I'm getting used to it, you know. telegraph, that that third assistant unReally I am." derstrapper and cx sallorman at Ttllagl "1 wlsn I were a woman so as to I. going to deport me as an undesirable tell you how preposterously Insane and immigrant." impossible it is," he blurted out. "Oh, no, nothing of the sort, I assure "Better than that, you are a man. you." Sheldon began with awkward So tnere is nothing to prevent your haste, fearful of having offended, telling me, for I demand to be con1 though he knew not how. "I was Just sidered as a man. didn't come wondering, that was all. You see. with down hero to trail my woman's skirts the loss of the schooner and and nil over the Solomons. Please forget that 1 am accidentally (he rest you understand I was think anything else than Ing that if n if hang it nil, until a man with n man's living to make.' with your you could communicate "I have told you." he began stitlly. friends, my agents at Sydney could "that recruiting ou Malaita Is imposyou a loan, temporary you see. sible for u woman and that is all why I'd be only too glad nnd nil the care to say -- or dare." rest, you know. The proper" "And I tell you. in turn, that it am a naviga of the sort. Hut his jnw dropped and he regarded tor. and that Is more than your Soloher irritably nnd with apprehension. "What Is the matter?" he demanded, mons CaptaJBS are. And 1 am a so:: with a show of heal. "What have 1 man- -n better seaman than you. when it come right down to it and you done now?" can shoot. I am not a "Certainly not the unexpected." sh know it. ignored me in fool. I can take care of myself." said quietly. "Merely Sheldon made a hopeless gesture. your ordinary, everyday, mini god. su"That's right." she rattled on. "Wash Naturally it counted perior fashion. for nothing, my telling you that 1 had your hands of me. But as Yon used to (Jo to say. 'YOU just watch my smoke!' 1 no Idea of going to Sydney. you've been accustomed to Jane you. in your I must, because Sydney Eyres all your life. That's why you superior wisdom, have so decreed." me. Come on. Hatan don't undei-stanShe paused and looked at him curistrange let's leave him to his old music." ously, as though he were some He watched her morosely and withbreed of animal. course I am grateful for your out intention Ot speaking, till he saw "Of offer of assistance; but even that Is no her take a rifle from the stand, exam salve to wounded pride. For that Ine the magazine and start for the matter, it Is no more than one white door. "Where are you going?" he SSksd uinn should expect from another Shipwrecked mariners are always peremptorily. As bet wein man and woman." she helped along their way. Only this particular mariner doesn't need any answered, "it would be too terribly or help. I'nrthermore. this mariner is -- indecent for you to tell me why shouldn't go alligatoring (iood Bight not going to Sydney, thank you." Sleep well." "Put what do yon intend to do?" H shall shut off the phonograph with a "Find some spot where snap, started toward the door after escape the Indignity of being patron- her. then sbruptlji Bang himself Into a ized and bossed by the superior sex." hair. "Come now, that Is putting it a bit "You're hoping .1 KHtor catches me. Sheldon laughed, but aren't you?" she ailed from ttie vera too strongly." the strain iu his voice destroyed the da. and ns she wall I down the steps "You know Her rippling laughter drifted tantaliz-lOjrijeffect of spontaneity. yourself how impossible the situation back throui.li tin- - wide doorway is." The next day She'don was left all "I know nothing of the sort, sir. alone. Joan had a exploring And if it is impossible, well, haven't and was not to be expected back I achieved It?" The loss of until the late afternoon "But it cannot continue. Really" the Jessie had hit Herande severely "Oh. yes. It cau. Having achieved Not alone was his capital depleted by it 1 can go on achieving it. 1 intend the amount of her value, but ber earnto remain in the Solomons, but not on ings were no longet 10 be reckoned on. Tomorrow I am going to and it wns her earnings that largely Beraude. take the whnleboat over to Part-Sula- t aid the running expenses of the plan I was talking with Captain tation. Young about It. He says there are at "Poor old Hughle." be muttered least four hundred acres, and every aloud once. "I'm glad you didn't live First, to see It. old man. What a cropper, foot of It good for planting. I'll buy the Island; next, get forty or what a cropper " fifty recruits and start clearing and Clbbet Between squnlls the planting; and at the same time I'll ran into anchorage, and her skipper. run up a bungalow; and then you'll be relieved of my embarrassing pres- Pete Oleson (brother to the Oleson of ence uow don't say that it isn't." , the Jessie), aucient, grizzled, "It is embarrassing." he said bluntly. emaciated by fever, dragged his "But you refuse to see my point of weary frame up the veranda steps and view, so there is no use in discussing It. collapsed in a steamer chair. Whiskey Now please forget all about It and con- and soda kept him golug while he sider me at your service concerning made report aud turued iu his accounts. this this project of yours. Suppose "You're rotteu with fever," Sheldon at aid. "Why don't you run down to the government sells you I'ari-Sulaa pound an acre, clearing will cost you Sydney for n blow of decent climate V' at least 4 more that Is. f for 400 The old skipper stiook his bead. acres, or, say, $10,000. Have you that "1 can't. I've been lu the islands too much?" long. I'd die. The fever comes out "No; I haveu't quite $8,000." worse down there." "Then here s auother way of looking "Kill or cure," Sheldon counselled. at it: You'll iieeu. us you said, at least tried "It's straight kill for me. Not counting premiums, it three years ago. fifty boys. The cool weather their wages are $30 a year " put me on my back liefore I landed "I pay my 'I'ahltiaiis $15 a month." They carried me ashore and Into hosshe Interpolated. was unconscious one stretch pital. "They won't do on straight plantation for two weeks. After that the doctors work. But to return. The wages of sent me back to the islands said It fifty bo.vs each year will come to CHi was the only thing that would save Very well. II will be me. -t- hat Is. $l..to. Well, I'm still alive. But Piu seven years lietore your ices begin lo too soaked with fever. A mouth in bear. 8etn liuies SI. 'AMI Is $10,500 Australia would finish me." wore than you possess, und all ealeu He declined to s'ecp ashore, look his up by the boys' wages, with uuthing orders, aud went back on board the to puy for bungalow, building, tools, culler A lurid sunset was blotted out quinine, trips to Sydney and so forth. by the heaviest spi ill of the day. and Sheldon shook his head gravely Sheldou waiciied lie b ilel.oat arrive "You'll have lo abandou the Idea." iits:ill was lu Ihe thick of It, As he But 1 wuu't go to byduey," she taken lu and ihe boat headed on to the cried. 1 simply wou't. I'll buy lu beach, lie STSS a'vale ol n distinct hurt to the extent of my money as a small at sight a ( .i 0.1 ihe steering our. panuer in some other plantation. IM stand.-- : eie. mid sa i.wug hei . pdn' d Jack London .. the woman's tonic Cardui Is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut '' . . Itookkei piiiK. Typ.Mw hlnn. ,ChrH Sen lie. OlWHItrnlal , . . . . . . . .. . . law. . . . Itapid ( ul Illation. Viimnnhlp. Commercial Heading A e .Spelln. . rilli Miotic. . . . 57 Take CARDUI c Knitiiih. .GfMMMPa CMMMH rum Illation. t'sa of Adding Machine an1 other ollicc device. Mankind. Name IT Address The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. Daviess County Business College "Acknowledge the College." berty Gibbet. I didn't know she" was so large n cutter. Hut she's In dis graceful condition." "ITer kipper's bnd with fever." Sheldon explained. "And lie had to drop his male off to lake hold of filings at Tgi that's where I lost Oscar, my trader And you know what sort of sallorv the niggers are." She nodded her head Judicially and he asked tor a second helping of tinned beef, lot because he was hungry, but because he wanted to watch They were her slim, linn lingers. brown with tan nnd looked exceedingThen, nnd without effort, the concept came to him. Yes. thai wus it. He had stumbled upon the clew to her tantalizing personality. The lingers, sunburned and boyi.-told the story. He bad Hied to treat with her ns a woman WDM she was not a woman. She was a mere girl, and n boyish girl at that, with sunburned lingers that delighted in doing what boys' lingers did, with a body and muscles that liked swimming aud violent endeavor of all sorts, witli n mind that was daring but that dared no farther than boys' adventures and that delighted in rilles and revolvers. Stetson hats and a sexless camaraderie with men. Somehow, as he pondered and watched her. it seemed as if he sat in church nt BOOM listening to the choir boys chanting. She reminded him of those boys, or their voices, rather. The same sexless quality was there. In the body of her she was a woman, in the mind of bar she had not grown up. She had not been exposed to ripening influences of that sort. She hud had no on. her father, nutive ser mother vants and rough island life had coti-au- d Horses stituted her ra ining. rilles had been her toys, camp aud trail her nursery, From what sin had (old hjtn her seminary days had been an exile, devoted to study and to ceaseless longing tor the wild riding and Wlmmlng ot Hawaii. A boy's training and a DOT'S point of view! Well, (bars wis only one thing for him to do. He must meet her on her own basis ot boyhood and not make the mistake ot treating her as a woman, lie wondered it he could love the WOBMn she would be when her nature awoke, and he wondered it he could love her just as she was and himself wake her up. After all. whatever it was. she had come lo till quite a large place in Ins life, as he had discovered that afternoon while scanning the sea between Hie squalls. Then he remembered the accounts of r.erande and Ihe cropper thnt wns coming and scowled. ly boyish. h. I E. B. Miller, Pres. Owensbord, Ky. C W. MULED MARION WEATHEMfOLT .1 W. PATE chnl-lenged- Bohler and Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cloverport, Ky. 'e I 1 I broadside In the surf. Her Taliit ians leaped out and rushed the boat liljrh up the beach, and she led her bizarre IMtowlBR through the gate ot the compound. " lovely "Ively, perfectly "I shall buy it. she panted. I'll write to the commissioner tonight. And the site for I be bungalow I've wonderful. Yon selected it already-I- n must come over some day and advise me. Von won't mind my staying MN until I can get settled.' Wasn't that qmll beautiful! And I suppose I'm late for dl.iner. I'll run and get clean and be with you iu a minute." "Do you know. I'm never going to squabble with you again." he an nounced. when ihey were seated. 'Squabble!" was the retort. "It's such a sordid word It sounds cheap I think it's much nicer to and nasty I'nri-Sulay.- strength to 'It as she resisted tlie prc. sures that tended to throw the craft Road, Bridge Work and House Moving Concreting, Pile Driving, Rock Work Building Stone,. Common and Fire Brick, Piling, Lumber, Lime and Cement carried in stock. Write for prices on anything in our line. sup-pos- e I 1 "1 beg your parning ot hostilities. don." lie hurried on. "1 should have poked for myself. What I mean Is that I refuse to quarrel. Vou have the most horrible way. without uttering a word, of Making me play the fool. began with the kindliest InWhy. tentions, and here I am now" ".Making nasty remarks." she completed lor bin. "It's the m you have of catching me up." he complained. "Why I never said a word. 1 was merely sin ing here, being sweelly I quarrel." ('all it what you please, but we won't do It any more, will we'.'" lie cleared his throat nervously, for her eyes advertised ihe immediate begin- Estimates on Application SECURELY REPOSING re extended every approved banking convenience in our power to plaoe til your disposal. ' We esfteei nil y inritr Mm nti'iiin of (8O0OH ' S Inj in the strong nulls ol tlii bunk u the ideal depository for your idle foods, been use the utmost ssoaritv Is afforded them, nod si s depositor of tliis institution yon mail. 11 THE FARMERS BANK, r :: llardiiisburg, Ky. Pari-Sula.- v J. E. KEITH in vi i . SON ks in To bt continued y. Granite and Marble Do You Get Up With a Lame Back? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone knows of I r. Kilmer's Swauip-Roo- t, the great kidney, liver und bladder remedy, of its remarkable health restoring properties. Swump- ",. Koot fulfills almost every wish in over- - Monuments WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT. KY. wild-eyed- JLUV mi t p . , .i,... 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The regular fifty-cer size bottles are sold by and You know you promised uot to quur Don't make any mistake all druggists. rel. while I have the privilege of gothe name, Swamp-Koot- , ing ou being as hateful as 1 pleaae. but remember Swanip-koo- t, aud the ad' Dr. Kilmer's nwi tu begin with, ".here's the Fllb- - dress, Uiuguaiutou.N. V.,uu every bottle. sud-deulthoi-oughly 1 KIU-ucH one-dolla- part of OvJ and everypassage, the urinary UM liver the back, kid lil.'Lililer it TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH (lnoorporat4.) COMPANY Holiday Gifts! We nIiow thousand of tilings for pre.-- i nt- - in our display "l suil-ahle Watches, Diamonds, kings, Silverware and Novelties In Jewelry Cow C. U u before buylug ur mhuU for our new nil l poyulur price. WISEMAN . M. I SON, bU All six'ua nnrrnuleU Louisville, Ky. PRF.TTY REMEMBER ANCES FOR FRIENDS HARDINSBURG PHARMACY THE DRUG STORE THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Stocked with most appropriate Gilts, Inexpensive Remenber- ances and Valuable Presents BOYS' PRESENTS THAT REALLY PLEASE BOYS L E SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY! P E R L E T T H T H For the Men Razors, Safety Razors, Lather Brushes, Shaving Mirrors, Hat C 0 N For the Ladies Manicure Sets, Buffers, Files, Mirrors, all sizes; Brushes and Combs, Toilet Sets, Soaps and Soap Cases, Perfumes, Atomizers, Christmas Cards, Christmas Booklets, Beautiful Station- E C H F E C in F C H I L D R E N and Clothing Brushes, Cigars by the box, Cigar Jars, Cigar Cases, Purses, Fountain Pens, Rubber Sponges, Military Hair Brushes, Pipes, all kind Iflc-SIO CHOCOLATES to be suitable, attractive, acceptable The most universalis- acceptable, are Hon Hons. The most delicious combination of Nuts, Fruitf and Candies. E C The little attention yon are think of paying her, ouht T I T I 0 N Sa THE EXQUISITE GIFT FROM 1 LB. TO I L D R in lb. Ss 0 N ery in pretty Boxes, 10c to $5. E All The Exquisite PERFUMES Hubigaunt's Ideal, Piver's Extracts, Roger and Gallet's, Wright's Seelys and Lazalls tHMQt Edge KNIVES N K K 0 D 0 D A K Useful 'D&MQNb Edge Story Books, Bibles, VlamotsTd Edge CUTLERY A K Presents L E PRESS BUTTON SAFETY KNIFE This knife opens Beautiful Not too big not too little but made to stand the demands of the average man. Every part is so carefully fitted together that any blade opens easily with the thumb nail. They are sharp when you buy hold an edge You are always very sharp them. They and satisfy. proud of your pressing the by merely T T H Presents Appropri- button and is pushing another button. Locks when open, locks when closed. It is the newest thing in classy pocket knives. The blades are made of the best Firth Steel, nothing better. 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