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The Breckenridge news: November 6, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912110601_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 6, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $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 NEWS WOL. XXXVII THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages No. 18 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912. rom Coast to Coast is the Democratic Party is Again Called to Power After Twenty Years' Battle.! Looks Like Jersey Gover-I nor Has Lost Only One I State in East (Owensboro Messenger.) Victory Ijlm TEDDY GETS ILLINOIS i Ground Swell lor Democracy Sweeps From Coast to Coast ted at 35,000 to 40,000 over Koosevelt. Taft, who ran third, polled n vote in Now Jersey less than half of Gov. Wilson. O wincr to the length of the ballot, which delayed tho counting beyond hope of complete returns beforo Wednesday. Florida was uncertain grounds as to the extent of Wilson's victory, but not as to tho fact of it. It was estimated that the ontirc Democratic ticket won by a majority of 20,000. , Tho election of Governor Woodrow "Wilson, 6ftNew Jersey, as President, and Governor Thos. Marshall, of Indiana, as Vice President, by n safe majority, was a certainty early in the night, incomplete returns from the country at large leaving small doubt as to the final outcome. ; It became apparent early that tho Democratic nominee had carried tho "Solid South," as well as the impressive array of Eastern States. Before jtho returns from tho country at largo began to .approach anything like completeness, the Republican and Progressive papers wore conceding a 'Sweeping Democratic victory in their respective cities and States. Roosevelt Gets Illinois. The most conspicuous exception to tho gon- I oral Wilson victory came in tho form of returns from points in Illinois, where tho Progressives early wore conceded a victory. Wilson Gets New Jersey. Now J.ersey gave "Wilson a plurality estima- - With the annexing of JRhodo Island to Wilson's column, by later returns, and with tho closeness in New Hampshire, it seemed probablo that Now England entire, with tho exception of Vermont, had gone for Wilson. For Wilson. For tho Hrst time in its history, Massachusetts will givo its electoral vote to a Democrat. Both Massachusetts htid New York elected Democratic Governors, Sulzer in Now York, and Foss in Massachusetts. Massachusetts lefdy Accepts His Defeat With Entire Good Humor By midnight both President Taft and Col. Roosevelt had conceded Gov. Wilson's election. Early in the night there seemed small reason to doubt that Wilson would carry, besides the "Solid South," Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Now York, West Virginia, Indiana, Montana, Now Jersey and New Mexico, and later returns clinched the Democratic victory in theso States. t President Taft Congratulates Gov. Wilson on Oyster Bay, N. Y., Nov. 5. Shortly before lidnight tonight, Col. Theodore Roosevelt made the tallowing statement: "The American people, by a great plurality. lave decided in favor of Mr. Wilson and tho Demo- ratic party. Like all good citizens, I accept the re- ult with entire good humor and contentment, j As )r the Progressive cause, I can only repeat what I lave already so many times said, the fate of ,the sador for tho time heing is of little consequence, mt the causo itself must in tho end triumph, for its piunaph is essential to the well being of the? Ameri- - the Victory as fol- Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 5, President Taft tonight sent telegram to Gov. Wilson and Chairman Hilles of the Republican national committee, -lows: "Hon. Mr. Woodrow Wilson, "I "Princeton, N. J.: cordially congratulate you on your election: "WM. II. TAFT." and extend to you my best wishes for a successful, (Signed) administration. limpeople. "(Signed) "Hon. Chariot D. Hilles, Chairman Republican Na- "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." About tho same time ho issued his statement, Ivol.JRoosovelt sent the following telegram to Gov. Wilson: people, by a great plurality, you tho highest honor in their ve conferred upon fcift. I congratulate you thereon. (Sisuod) "The American WILSON S CARRIES KENTUCKY "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." 100,000. and tween Caleb" Powers for II. II. Seavy, Progressive is close, with the Hull Moose candidate claiming victory. The showing made by the Progressive party surprised the Democratic and Republican leaders all over Kentucky. In the Fifth district it was not until after the final returns were in that it was found that Swager Sherley, Demo crat, had received a narrow plurality of 1,200 votes over II. I. Pox. The Fifth district approximately gives Wilson 34,369, Roosevelt 23,914,. Taft 3,554. For Congress, Swager Sherley 24,693; Ashcraft, Republican, 3,485; for 23,477. tional Committee, Times BIdg., New York City: "You have conducted a most dilHcult campaign, in the face of unusual obstacles. I congratulate you heartily on tho light you have mado, and I am deeply grateful to you for it. "(Signed) WM. II. TAFT." : $vm&& smv&&&'Jj& S&t& as&sv, $6 mv . ,, ., m$ ma i. f('jN' .J lt i v ' V i VA j j:iiv-Mjf:vmeiimmamt- , : - t f:. v.; ... ',.. :': :'.'.-- ''ii ..VHV. J' V A.; i t ait. ..- lT sv jsm .illllllllllHBlllllllllllllllB .: ' r& '? vj .. r ..,iVJWtf'M Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5. With ninety counties of the 120 in Kentucky reported, indications point toward a plurality of more than 100,000 for Gov. Wilson in the Presidential election, while the Dem ocrats have returned nine Democratic Congressmen. In the Tenth district in complete returns show that John W. Iaugley, Republican, has a good lead over his Progressive opponent. ' . KBP5rt JNS ';;x "? ii V,X.Y! Ax In the Eleventh district the fight be Progressive, ' : ,. & How the States of the Union Voted in the Presidential Race f TJnhrnska. 14 V? c ,. is s&ytvm - y- , JRiv'Ai Sf 4K. jj'-sya- '' J 4 ?Z V rmmm '7fc Wilson, velt. Nevada (Not heard from! New Hampshire (Doubtful) 12 New Jersey Arizona (not heard from) New Mexico 0 Arkansas New York 13 California ... North Carolina 0 Colorado North Dakota Connecticut 7 Ohio Delaware 3 Oklahoma U Florida Oregon 11 Geortrla Pennsylvania (Doubtful Idaho Not heard from 20 Rhode Island Illinois South Carolina 10 Indiana . ., 13 South Dakota (Doubtful) Iowa 10 Tennessee Kansas .., Texas Kentucky , is 4 Utah Louisiana 4 Vermont 6 , Maine Virginia 8 Maryland Washington 18 Massachusetts...... Michigan', 15 West Virginia Wisconsin Minnesota la 10 MluuMipui 8 State. Alabama., ......... 3 45 12 21 10 5 S e 9 12 30 12 t 8 13 MUweurl PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON Montana.....,., .... 18 14 Totals v 399 VICE-PRESIDENT Wyoming (Not beard from) THOMAS K. MARSHALL CLOVERPORT HOSTESS TO REPRESENTATIVE CASE AFTER CASE In WILSON WINS! WOMEN OF THE METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH Plenty More Like This Meeting Brimful of Practical, Helpful and Inspiring Talks and Scores of Cloverport people can tell Addresses. Charming Visitors in Attendance. Miss Davies you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a happy citizen makes a public stateHolds Institute. All Departments Discussed. ment of his experience. Here is a case of it. What better proof of merit can "When I read In The Brcckenrldge In Owensboro by the Wo- be had than such endorsement? News the advanced article about the accomplished L. V. Cnapln, Cloverport. Ky , says: missionary meeting, I wondered if It man's Missionary society of Settle M- "I have used one box of Doan's Kidney would come up to the way it was pict- emorial. Mrs. Moore Is an enthusiastic Pills and they did me a great deal of ured," said the Kev. Mr. James H. Home Mission woman and she was a good. Last summer I was in bad shape Walker, pastor of the Methodist church delightful guest In the home of Mr. and with kidney trouble and seeing Doan's of this city, Thursday evening1 and he Mrs. Abe Sklllman. Miss Mary Powell, of Drakesboro, Kidney Pills recommended, I went to concluded: "The meeting has been all a box. In stayed with Mrs. John A. Ross, She Fisher's Drug Store and more than it was advertised " Mrs. a short time I was cured and I have Frank Fralze with enthusiasm re was a young woman deeply interested had no need of a kidney medicine and social service work. marked as the delegates stepped on in the work and went home anxious to since." organize a Foreign Department In the Attend Cecllian Meeting. the train for their homes, "The meet If your back aches if your kidneys ing has been great, far beyond my ex- Auxiliary of their church, which Is a bother you, don't simply ask for a Mrs. Evans attended tho District pectations." Expressions of delight s.rictly Home Mission society. If all remedy ask distlncly for Doan's meeting at Cecllian Saturday and she and enjoyment were heard from all the the members of the Drakesboro society Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Chapin hopes to attend several District meet delegates and the home people over could have heard Mrs, "Whitehead's had the remedy backed by home tes- ings during the year. The Conference they the success of the annual meeting of address on Foreign Missions, president is sincerely interested in all n timony. 50c all stores. the Woman's Missionary Societies of would not hesitate a minute to put in a Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. the departments of tne missionary society. Department It opened ForeignSolesburg, of in their City, who the Owensboro District. work and each one will be given her Mrs. Central ThursWednesday morning and closed best attontion. Mrs. Piggott and Miss Lillian Polk, Marguerite Walker, Rosa day night. Mrs. A. L. Mell, district represented "Brother Currie's church," Sippcl, Tula Babbage, Cathrine Chris, Davies wero with Mrs. Evans at was the pleasant guest of Mrs. Fred secretary, presided. She held the meetMaud Barry, Helen Kingsbury and ing welt In hand and directed It so that, Fraize and had the biggest financial Emily Reid. report given. The Central City society notwithstanding tho time was limited, For dyspepsia, our national ailment, reports from all the delegates were has both departments and the Home Miss Davies Speaks. use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recomheard and presentations of all depart- Mission women have been making payMiss Davies spoke Thursday night mended for strengthening digestion, ments of the work were given. Mrs. ments on the new church. purifying the blood. At all drug stores. Mrs. Dexter, the delegate of Beaver after holding an institute all the after Mell said before coming, that the noon and part of the morning. Home $1.00 a bottle. Adv, meeting felt welcome to Cloverport Dam, represented the Home Mission Missions, Miss Davies thoroughly covand after coming that the officers and society of that place. It was organized ered in her speech Thursday night, HUNTING WITH THE FALCON two years ago without a Foreign Dedelogatcs had been made to feel more partment wh'Ich Mrs. Dexter hopes to telling of the great work of the Weswelcome by the hospitality received organize soon. Mrs. Dexter was enter- ley Houses in the large cities all over Kirghiz, Mors Than Any Other Peoand they all felt that they bad ple, Probably Carry This Sport the United States, that are supported well come to Cloverport. Mrs. James tained by Mrs. Frank Fraize, to an Extreme. Mrs. C. Wickllffe Moorman was the by the Home Mission Societies. She Tague, secretary of the Cloverport made every woman present a bit misAll wanderers are lovers of the Auxiliary, acted as secretary for the delegate from the Cloverport society. erable, in a delicious way, over the chase, but for sheer love of sport and meeting and was one of the busiest She told how the pledge had been meager help or absolutely none that daring exploits the Kirghiz take the raised from 5 to $35 in last fifteen women prosent. years, the time Mrs. Moorman has thoy had given to tho Home Mission palm. Central Asia is the home of The devotional services were lead been treasurer. The Auxiliary will put work in America. In the Institute fanconry, which was not introduced by Mrs. H. A. Evans, the Louisville in a Home Department Monday after- work Miss Davies brought out tho Con Into Europe until the crusaders Conference President, Miss Tula Dan- noon at the November meeting. stitution plainly in all the departments brought back falcons with them from iels, the Conference Corresponding and showed how great was the ma their eastern wanderings. But imSecretary, Mrs. Walter J. Piggott, the chinery of the Woman's Missionary agine the ambition of tho men who firs. Barclay'5 Address. fly their birds at wolves and foxes Conference Fourth Vice Presideut, and A most vivacious and original ad- Societies of the Methodist Church Instead of at quails and partridges! South. Mrs. V. G. Babbage, President of the dress on "The Religions of Not content with hunting game birds tho World" Cloverport Auxiliary. The principal with small falcons, tbo Kirghiz capwas given by Mrs, Alice Hargrove Vice Presidents. The addresses were made by Mrs. Alice Barclay Wednesday ture and train the great golden afternoon. Mrs. Miss Davies gave suggestions for the eagles, with which they hunt such Hargrove Barclay, daughter of the Barclay is a most attractive speaker. late beloved Bishop Hargrove, Mrs. She made every auxiliary feel the im- work of the First Vice Pres'dent. "1 game as gazelles, foxes and even would rather see this office blank than wolves. Bettie Whitehead, the Conference Re- portance of a mission study class. She to have a woman in it who will not A well mounted Kirghiz falconer, cording Secretary, and Mis3 Daisy brought in a bit of philosophy that work," declared Miss Davies. The carrying on his wrist one of these Davies, of Atlanta, Ga., one of the ten women must feel before they can act Baby Division and Junior Division are magnificent birds, Is a fine sight The managers of the Board of Missions. they have to know before they can feel. in charge of the First Vice President weight of the eaglo Is such that the They will never know or feel until and the possibilities of this office requires a Reports From The Delegates. are owner and the hunters Bupport for nis wrist, are usually to they see or read. Mrs. Barclay told unlimited. The delegates present were: Mrs. J. how to organize a mission study class. bo seen with a little wooden bracket The Second Vice President has the that supports the arm against the L.r Wegonest, of Stephensport, Mrs. Don't begin with books diflicult to read, Mary at least, that seem diflicult until one Ycung People's work and Miss Davies hip. The eagles are hooded, as all Towers, of Owensboro, Mrs Powell, of Drakesboro, Mrs. Moore, of gets interested in the countries across thinks that It should be carried on falcons are, but can be used only in Owensboro, Mrs. Solesburg, of Central the seas. "The Days of June" is a separately if possible from tho Ep- - winter, when they are hungry and keen. In summer they are fed on City, Mrs. Dexter, of Beaver Dam. lovoly little book (for fifty cents) that worth League, unless it can be satis- marmots and live a restful life, sitMrs. Wegouest in her report said will sow the seed for a Mission Study factorily correlated, which is left to ting In the sun in front of the tent that the auxiliary at Stephensport had Class and lead women, old and young, the judgment of the president of this doors. just been organized and that they to literature worth while. Mrs. Bar- office. When gazelles or wolves are the were new and ignorant in the work. clay went on until twilight fell, telling Miss Davies devoted a deal of time objects of the chase the eagles are Mrs. Wegonest said that she had her charmed audience, of much that to the department of Third Vice Presi- aided by long sleek greyhounds of a learned a great deal from the meeting was refreshing and convincing to the dent, giving points on the promotion of small breed, the dogs running In and pjulllng down the quarry when t.he and it was a wonderful help to her. heart and mind. Mrs. Barclay was the Christian steward-ship- . She said: eagles have sufficiently bewildered Las-liShe was the guest of Mrs Roscoe charming guest of Airs. Shelby Conrad. "Women are stewards of their money, it. their time, their mentality, their influAirs. Whitehead's Address. Mrs. Towers, of the Breckenridge ence, their children." Her talk on this Is your husband cross? An irritable, Street Alethodist church, a most earMrs. Bettie Whitehead gave an ad- subject was valuable Indeed. fault finding disposition is often due to nest delegate at the meeting, said she dress Wednesday night full of u Mrs. Walter J. Piggott and Miss a disordered stomach. A man with good never wanted to miss another. It had on Foreign Missions. She told digestion is nearly always good natured. been one of deep Inspiration to her and of the wonderful work done in India, Davies presented tho Fourth Depart- A great many have been permanently ment, including suggestions for local she would try hard to tell them at Japan, Africa, Korea and other foreign cured of stomach trouble by taking home the many good suggestions for fields. Her address was full of strength Chamberlain's Tablets For sale by all the work ttiat she had gathered here. and stimulated one's desire to help dealers. Adv. Mrs. Lightfoot entertained Mrs. Tow- those in heathen countries. Mrs. Whiteers. head supports a native minister in InMAN OF SAVING DISPOSITION Mrs. Moore, of (he Settle Memorial dia. She was the guest of Mrs. Francis of Owensboro, gave a splendid report Marlon Smith, who far many years has Wives Will Know How to Sympathize from that church. The society there been one of the strongest Foreign Mis With the Unfortunate Better both the Foreign and Home De- sionary women of Cloverport. After has Half of Mr. Graball. partments well developed. She gave a the address, Airs Whltehoad, Mrs. lengthy list of plans of social service Evans, Mrs. Mell, Miss Daniel and Against So Many Surgical Op Old Graball is mean really mean. He onre built a house, and nearly gave the society carried out with success Mrs. Babbage were presented with erations. How Mrs. Bethune himself brain fever deciding which and other notes of Home Mission work flowers by the Clover Blossoms: Misses and Mrs. Moore Escaped. was better a lot of windows which wero cheaper, but needed soap and water for cleaning or more bricks for Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years I suf- - wall space. 'erod every thing. I was in bed for four One day he came home and found or live days at a time that his wife'had saved money out of every month, and so his housekeeping allowance, and waB weak I could hardly repaperlng the dining-room- . And then walk. I cramped and ho started to rave. had backacho and "I don't object to money being headache, and was spent, although new the paper is Just exso nervous and weak travagance when tho iaaaaaaaaaal that I dreaded to seo been on seven years,"old one has only he gasped, red o anyone or have and honrso with rage, "but I do object J, move in the room. to tho way you havo put it on. Oh, Tho doctors gave me (ill how dare you pasto it on!" ho finished, im,f. medicine to ease mo Ml VI r MMMWW- If I at those times, and said that I ought to with a wall. could I put it on?" asked "How else have an operation. I would not listen to Mi a. Graball. In surprise. that, and when a friend of my husband "How else?" ho retorted when ho told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- could speak. "Why, tack it on, of etable Compound and what it had dono willing to take it. course! iou don t suppose we shall for his wife, I was live in this houso for ever, do you?" Now I look tho picturo of health and feel like it, too. I can do my own housework, Following the Hounds. PRESIDENT CHARLES C. MOORE OF THE hoe my garden, and milk a cow. I can Smith was a great cyclist, but had entertain company and enjoy them. I rarely been on a horse. One day when INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION PRESENTING can visit when I choose, and walk as far staying with a sporting uncle be as any ordinary woman, any day in tho thought he would DEED TO JAPAN'S SITE TO COMMISSIONto follow the month. I wish I could talk to every hounds, which worelike meet to near by, YAMAWAKI. ER GENERAL HARUKI Buffering woman and girl." Mrs. Dema so ho borrowed from a young relative Betuune, Sikeston, Mo. a horse which was not much accustom Murrayville, 111. "I have taken Ly- cd to tho hunting field. At first he Imperial Japanese Majesty's Commissioners to the Panama-Pacifi- c dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound went steadily until the horse, boing International Exposition dedicated .lu pan's site In tho for a very bad case of female trouble startled by a rabbl darting from a Presidio Reservation on Wednesday, Sept 18, in tho presenco and it made mo a well woman. My clump of grass, broke Into a mad galmoro than 10,000 people. Tho ceremonies wcro highly imof health was all broken down, tho doctors lop. The rider was flung forward on pressive and wero deeply appreciated by tho representatives of tho JapaBaid I musthavo an operation, and I was the borse'a neck. nese Government Commissioners, Hnrukl Yuinnwakl, GolchI Tnkeda ready to go to tho hospital, but dreaded it "What are you doing, my lad, with and Yusulkatsu Katayama. Tho deed to the site was presented by Compound. your eo that I began taking your arm there?" Jokingly called out President Charles 0. Mooro to Commissioner General VamawukI, who I got along bo well that I gave up the hla uncle. accepted It In behalf of tho Japanese government. and was saved from the operadoctors "I'm feeling for brake," tion." Mrs. Chaklss Moore. R. r, muffled reply, "but theoaa't flu was the I it" No. 3. Mumyvllie, 111 and-go- t kid-de- y Foster-Milbure. 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WATLINGTON BROS., Stephensport, Ky. r 4 i nff The Love Letters of a Confederate General issue a real fifty written WEofbegin ago the November ourover series years by one of national in love-letters ilY ma-&rmGi- c TflkHfcSrTA f suaarlaaEia wilrllfl t heroes to his sweetheart during the period of This great general will go down to '6i to '65. posterity as having accomplished one of the most brilliant feats of arms in the history of the world. He was as great a lover as he was a general, therefore these letters combine authentic history and exquisite romance. They sound a human note that no other work of literature has done in a decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is literature. 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Has all necessary pipes, gasoline tank whioh holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasoline pump and a natural gas attachment. Reason for soiling entirely too largo for ray purpose. For further information call on or address jgygasp HIS tlLr- fDsna iPni 4wM6WMW '' """ JlLr.3fc IHMvMPfc ; j R ' SI any-on- Jno. D. Babbage :: Cloverport, Ky. Cumberland Telephone No. 46. tl PANAMA-PA-CIFI- Photographs! FOR THE BIRTHDAY GIFT C 'i- - Cabinet and Other Sizes, Stylish and Artistic Mountings First-claFinishing and Enlarging. A Complete Stock of Photo Supplies Special Attention Given to Mall Orders ss v Mall ALL orders to IA. 3RABANDTS STUDIO Cloverport, Ky. K Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy were In Irviugton last Saturday shopping. Last Wednesday death Invaded the home of Mr. and Mrs Nat Arms and Shubert Masonic This. Week- took 'heir oldest son, Paul. He was l boys of the lunty Pulls the Strings Full one of the finest loving, kind neighborand obehood. He was f Life and Whoiesomo Fu- n- dient to his parents, and loved by all who knew him, He had been confined Write For Tickets. to his bed for some time with typhoid fever, but death came unexpectedly. What Louisville theatergoers are un- - Paul was about 18 years of age. ally anxious to see Graham Mof- How hard It was to give him up, t's famous play. "Bunty Pulls the This gentle, loving boy; ings," Is indicated by the heavy ad- To drink of sorrow's bitter cup, ace sale. "Bunty" will do at tne To lose this earthly joy. ubert Masonic Theater for the entire Weep not oh father, mother dear, k of November 18, with matinees Your boy has gone before, And very soon you'll meet upon to "Bunty" as fl Theatergoers take That bright and happy shore. jturally as a duck takes to water. Two years ago the play was produced In "I have been somewhat costive, but London, at the Uaymarket Theater. Doan's Regulets give just' the results I The Scotch comedy Is still running In desire. They set mildly and regulate itke British capital, and the indications the bowels perfectly." Geo. B, Krnuse, .,.- iimt It a.u -win cuuliuuc iui "" AatlHi4n tnw nn. are I. us iuu AHoona, Pa. Adv. year at least. After "Bunty" ether d scored such a smashing triumph in ondon, Mr. William A. Brady secured STEPHENSPORT. theAmerican rights and produced the tpUy In New York. Ithrough Scotland and England, he and Ladies' und children's coats, new fthei author, Moffat, gathered together a stock, from 50 cents to $0 at Mrs. fabtable company of players for the Kmerlcan production. The company The meetingconducted by Rev. J. E. Pwas recruited mostly In Glasgow, Edin Hughes, of Kingswood, In the M. E. burgh and London, church, will contlnuo another week or Eg, Since that first performance In New more. KTork something over 6,000,000 New Dot Styles was hurt last week while Yorkers have seen "Bunty Pulls the of Strings " When It was seen that the working at a sawmill. He lost three his fingers. 'New York run of the play would last The prettiest line of men's and boys' many months, Mr. Brady gathered toScotch company for hats and caps In Stephensport are now gether a second all Chicago. The Chicago run of the play on display at Mrs. McCubbins' at the lasting more than six months, was a lowest prices. repetition of what bad gone before in Gordon Payne was home a few days "r"" -- ... V,. I. J juonuun ana mew xurK. nuu uuw mat last wet-k- . ap'Bunty" Is on the road, the same thing Miss Henrietta Ahl, who has been is happening In the less populous clues. the guest of relatives and friends, reftThe advance mail order sale Is now In turned to her home in Evansville Satprogress, and orders for seats when ac urday. companied by check or money order Quite a number here attended the are filled In the order of receipt. All dedication at Ammons, Sunday. checks should be made payable to the Men's overcoats at ?2 fiO to $7 at Mrs. Shubert Masonic Theater and letters Garrity, manager. McCubbins'. addressed to John J. Mrs. W. C. Dutschkeand children medicine are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George "There could be no better than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tinius. George Unser, of Owensboro, was My children were all sick with whoop ing cough. One of them was in bed, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius f.had a high fever and was coughiug up Saturday and Sunday. r blood. Our doctor gave them ChambeMiss Cecil" Dix went to Cloverport rlain's Cough Remedy and tne first dose Saturday shopping. K eased them, and three bottles cured Miss Lena Payne, Mrs. Ernest Smith jUhein," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of and Andrew Crawford, Sr., attended KLfckhlgtoii, Miss. For sale by all the Sunday School Convention at POPULARPLAY - OUR ANNUAL -- THANKSGINING Profit-Sharin- g SALE Begins Monday, November 18th And Continues Till Thanksgiving Thousands of dollars worth of tho newest and best in winter merchnndiso and women's and children's weaving nppurel will be offered at the lowest prices that will bo quoted this fall senson. i - a. i. 111 '12 Gum-shoei- ng Watch This Paper for Further Particulars Come to Louisville at Our Expense We will refund five (5) per cent of your total purchase up to the amount of your round trip railroad tare. 1 VT TT.-- 1 If You Can't Come, Send Us Your Orders Your orders will bo filled with tho same care you would exercise if you made the purchase in person. All orders of $5.00 or more will be delivered FREE within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville. I il j Bacon a son m 1 1 11 , 1 111,111 1 1 Louisville, INCORPORATED Kentucky Irv-ingto- n. L different styles men's work shoes at $125 to $3.50. Mrs. Twenty-fiv- e SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM! 300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best sec- McCubbins. Emery French is working as operator Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Payne and at the shops. Miss Murtie Beard were dinner guests New line of children's shoes at of Mrs. Mary Adkisson Sunday. Payne's. Mrs. June Bandy was visiting her Miss Helen Shanks, of Rome, attenddaughter, Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Steph-ensport, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Chappie, of were guests of Martin Clay comb last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, of Clover- port, were visiting Mr. ana Mrs. A. J. Keys Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. RIggs, of Hopkinsville, who has been visiting relatives here for the past week, returned home last Thursday accompanied by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lancaster. ' Mrs. Laura Hardin sent her children, Alaska and Annie Lee, of St. Louis, a nice box of canned goods, jellies, preserves, etc. Coleman Haswell, a knight of the grip, was in our town one day last ".week. . Irv-ingto- ed church services here Sunday. Have you seen the 10c counter of queensware at G. W. Payne's? Greatest values ever offered. A household remedy In 25 years Dr. Thomas' America for Eclectic Oil. For cuts, sprains, burns, scalds, bruises. 25c and fioc. At all drug stores. Adv. tions of Breckenridge county, 2 2 miles from railroad station; well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three tenant nouses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of tobacco, 30 to 50 bushels corn, fine wheat and grass land. Price cash, balance in one, two and three years; $4,200; one-ha- lf This is the greatest bargain on our list. It must be sold. For particulars write 1-- Baptist S. S. Convention-Cou- nty Organization Effected. The Baptist Sunday School Convention at Irvington last Tuesday was a decided success. Eight schools in the Secretary county were represented. Leonard Leavell was there and made several instructive talks during the day and spoke at night. Pastor Jones, of the Irvington church, received a telegram late Tuesday afternoon calling h!m home on account of the illness of his father. This necessitated the canceling of the engagement with Secretary Leavell to conduct an Institute and to grade the Irvington school following the convention. He will make a later date with them. He has made an engagement with the Stephensport and Hardinsburg schools to hold Institutes and to grade their schools during November. The Sunday School work in the county is taking on new life. The three things emphasized during the Convention were: Grading the School, Teachers' Meetings and Teacher Training, and much interest was elicited in this most important work. A bountiful basket dinner was delightfully served by the Irvington church, Their hospitable and cordial entertainment is worthy of comment. The Breckenridge Baptist Sunday School Association was organized by the adoption of a constitution and the election of officers, The following officers were elected: President, J. B. W, Herndon, Irvington; C. Moorman, Glen Dean; secretary- treasurer, R. O. Willi, Cloverrort; elementary superintendent, Miss Beulah Payne, Bewleyville; advanced sliperin tendent, Mrs. John Shaw, Hardin hurcr- - nrlnlt tunerintendent. Andrew Crawford, Stephensport; teacher trac ing superintendent, E. O. Cottrell, Cloverport. These departmental' superintendents will aid the diffadfaVsehooU awl classes JN0. D. BABBAGE, : Cloverport, Kentucky Moisands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it. How To Find Ont. Fill a bottle or common class with vour f water and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; a brick dust sediI... t K- ment, or settling. txrffl&JixipjSft nTTo) stringy or milky appearance ouen IIVAtl iTVKSSS-T- ' indicates an un. in the matter of grading, class organization and teacher training, as well as in matters of school equipment and departmental organization. Those who attended the convention felt very much encouraged at the Sunday School outlook in the county. A THE OLD RELIABLE Texas Wonder BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 r 1 Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing (.'ravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, . , lTirvjJi -- . 1. 2s- - -- . wr tion of the kidneys; too frequent desire to pass it or patn in healthy condi- the kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attention. There is comfort in the knowledge bo often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's the great kidney remedy, I" Swmp-Roominus auno6t every wiu in correcting rheumatism, pain in the back, kidnevs. liver, bladder and every part of the urinary t, 1 "What To Bo. rheumatism, and all Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of $1. Ono small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Advertisement UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place 40 YEARS 3 to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits d scalding pain in passing it. or bad iects following use of liquor, wine or r, aim overcomes mat unpleasant ne-it- y of being compelled to go often qugh the day, and to get up many during tne nigut. rue mild and iliate effect of Swamp-Rois a realized. It stands the highest be- oiusremarieauie UU restoring pron to. If you need a icine you should v the best. Sold by guts in fifty-ceot uiic-uouar Fifty Dollars Made at The colored Teachers' Pie Supper at Harned. was held here Saturday. Colored Teaohers' Association Here Saturday. Guests of Miss Carter. Miss Julia Greenwood and Miss Margaret Gieenwood, of Irvington, have been tho interesting guests of their Miss niece, Miss Margaret Carter. Julia has always taken a deep concern in politics and she was disappointed not to find a Democratic rally in Cloverport Saturday. Miss Margaret's hobby is duck raising, and she has twenty beautiful ducks this year. Daniels' Trick Show. Daniels' trick show struck a big crowd with wonder at the Cloverport Opera House Friday night, Mr. Daniels is certainly slick and mysterious on the stage, and the tricks he played kept the audience still bound. This is the kind of show Cloverporters like one that entertains and is clean and amusing. ium i sVuup-iwsizes. ou may have a sample bottle sent free mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ling- iton, N. Y. Mention tins paper and ember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-t- , and Ute addntsf, Magbaaitou. K- - V., on every bottle. J The pie slipper which took placo at the Harned school building Friday night was a success. In connection with the supper there was a contest for the prettiest and most popular girl present. Miss Mary Leigh Gregory Miss Leland Butler soon lead the Miss Gregory was winner, se- 1,910 votes. Miss Butler se7ed 1,689 votes. The proceeds Notice To Tax Payers amounted to $s0, which will be used to buy books and improving the school Your city and school taxes, are now grounds. due. My office is in the Hank Of Clover port, l'lease call and settle. Subscribe Today L. V, Chapiti, Tax Collector Solo-ma- Association S. E. Dean is president, and Sarah F, Witt is secretary. At night a large audience enjoyed quite an interesting lecture by Rev. J. H. McCoomer, his subject was, "Jail and Jailed Up." Tho following teachers were present: S. E. Dean, Rosa L. Howard, Nora C. Lyons, Anna n 15. Robards, Katie 1). France and Dean. Loses Eye. News has been received here that W. R. Wilson, a former resident of this city, is in a Chicago hospital where he had an eye removed. Mr. Wilson lost his eye several years ago while fireing on the L., H. & St. L. R'y. out of thU city, and has suffered more or less with it since. His nhvslciau advised as on- ration to save his other eye. Wilson Fund in Our County. The Wilson fund in Breckenridge county was $541, 50, and Dr. Forrest Lightfoot added $5, and J. M. O'Brien. of McQuady, added 2.50 to the amount. This has all ben spent and used to the Democratic party's gcod. PgK THE BRECKENR1DGE J.NO. D. ItAliBAOl , NEWS, . Editor and Publisher Issued Evory Wednesday To Remind You This senson of tho year is tho timo your houso ncoda a new roof or tho old ono needs lopairing. It is tho best time to paint, to put up guttering or clean and repair the old ones to got tho fall rains in your cistern, which may also need patching. To have you a now homo built to eat Christmas dinner in. To mako sonio nico concrete walks around your place To look after your chimneys and fluesand seo if thoy aro eufo for tho winter fires. I do all of tho above, but if you profcr to do tho work, lot 1110 llguro with you on the material. A full and completo lino of all kinds of EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6. 1912 Subscription price $1.00 n yonr in itdvnnce. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nnd 5c for etich ndditionnl CARDS OF THANKS over five lines clmrgcd for at the rate of 10 cents per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino, money In advance. Examino tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please aotify us. insertion. fc I: Lumber, Windows, Doors, Nails and Building Hardware, Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement, Shingles, Laths, Plaster, Galvanized Tin and Rubber Roofing, Guttering Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Interior Finishes. All Kinds Frames and other Planing Mill Work to order. MARION WEATHERH0LT, Cloverport, Ky. REPRESENTATIVE BEN JOHNSON ers and letterpress printer-- . During- tho last two years we have watched the steady growth and improvement of this journal from tho Buckeye State. WOODROW WILSON OUR NEXT PRESIDENT. As wc close all of our forms on the press tonight, everything inPatience and perserverance will bring prosperity to any dicates the election of that great scholar and statesman, to the Presimatters not, who is our president for the next four years. dency of this country, the Hon. Woodrow "Wilson of New Jersey. It To be appreciated ono craves, but real satisfaction comes in will not be a surprise to the masses of the people of this country, that one has done his level best yesterday and today. from the very beginning of the present campaign, such was the result predicted. With Theodore Roosevelt upon the one side, Things will move along just the same, a littlo better, however and Taft upon the other, the middle of the lig road was left for the since Wilson is our President. se Our advertisements are becoming more interesting every week. Get the habit of reading them. You miss items that are newsy as well as valuable informat:on for your pocket book. IVJ -- champion of Democracy, and well has he won the distinguished laurels. Woodrow Wilson will be the President, for the whole people and the News is more than glad that it has had a part in the election of such an able man. The pet theories of Mr. Roosevelt in his effort to divert a majority of the people to his plan of ihinkinir has not availed much. It is possible, however, that he has played a good second in the race, but that is all. As for President Taft, and tho Republican party, it is a thing of the past. Rent asunder, disorganized, defeated and slain, tho great body of the people heretofore, both North and South, who have given it their .support, will now look elsewhere for a bit of courage and hope. As has been predicted years ago, the Republican party has been simply one out for the spoils and public plunder. Its final downfall was inevitable, as the verdict of the people of yesterday declared. Indeed tho skyes look brighter today. With a Democratic President to be inaugurated next March, a waive of prosperit' and confidence will sweep tho entire country. Let no honest man despair. The election of yesterday settle one thins, and that is that there are j'et enough good people in this great country to wrest it from the hands of the spoiler and restore it to tho keeping of thoso who believe that public oflico is a public trust. Again we say, three hearty cheers for Wilson and tho great Democratic party, and tho good wise people of this country who again restore it to power. We could have written three or four columns about the missionary meeting, but one's words are limited on a country press. The services made us realize how great kio the opportunities to learn, to serve, to give and to bo happy right hero in our own town. Never have wo been made to see so clearly tho advantages that aro here. Tho churches tho Methodist, tho Baptist, tho Presbyterian and others aro doors to higher education, and best of all, lead us to that which is creat and good. Men, women and children, who aro in tho Sunday Schools, tho missionary auxiliaries, and in tho societies of tho young people, have possibilities undreamed of, and by work and re efforts may seo them realized. Tho missionary meeting was full of ideas as well as inspiring thoughts and refreshings lovo and faith. of sin-codown-to-earth ' JF j f vmn a, ' trusreesnip. ciwaren ' 5orvA usA? srs X. W It is just sev'ii weeks now until Christmas. advertising leady. the trusts. Get your Christmas Xt isyoujr cfuiy. Tho Hon. A. 0. Stanley knows a fow things alout the doings of The business of man is to hustle and keep hustling as long as life lasts. MAKE YOUR WILL! Do not leave your wife and children at thq mercy ot someone unknown to you and them. If you do notappo'nt younf executor, the Court will. An individual executor may die, and your fan ily may suffer. MAKE US YOUR EXECUTORS. Put your affairs in the hands of our Trust Company, We are a permanent organization, and will attend to your business after you are gone, just the same as you would attend to it yourself were you living. We are RESPONSIBLE, CAPABLE and PERMANENT. Keep your temper, no matter what happens. Now for Thanksgiving. Mr. Stanley was entertained at the Duncan House at a sumptuous and STANLETSJPEECH beautifully served dinner that evening at six o'clock. Plates were laid for the Brings Enthusiasm to Demo- following: A. O. Stanley, Judge Henry DeH. Moorman, crats of Breckenridge County G. Babbage, Dr. R. E. Moorman, V. Lex, Jeff Hook, Wo, Last Wednesday Night-B- ig O'Riely, Jno. D. Babbage and H. V. Duncan. Crowd Heard Him Speak in Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments 5600,000.00" THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. Hardinsburg Ky. A Farm That Must Be Sold This City. BIG SPRING. at Once land one mile from Court House Hardinsburg; good, comfortable dwelling, good stable and plenty of fine water. Good orchard; will make a special low price on this farm to sell quickly. Must be sold in 10 days. Come Right Now if you want the best bargain. you ever saw. 115 acres M Congressman A. O. Stanley of the Second District, spoke in th's city last The Ladies' Aid will meet November Wednesday night. He was given an 13 at the parsonage with Rev. and enthusiastic reception it's too late Mrs. Penick to spend the day. AH now to publish any notes from his members are requested to come and speech, but it had a most potential ef- bring lunch. The other ladies of the fect upon the audience. church are invited to meet with the aid, as Bro. Penick says he wants to become better acquainted with those he knows and to meet those whom he has not met. Miss Myrtle Moorman is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman, of Louisville. ELECTION Breckinridge County 1' Judge Mercer made a very enthusiastic speech to the Democrats at Hardinsburg last Saturday. Tho Judge said among other things that his first visit to Hardinsburg was in 1844. lie was thero at a great Democratic rally. Polk and Clay wcro tho candidates for President. Polk was a Democrat and Clay a "Whig. Ho said tho issue before tho people then was tho Mime as it is today the tarifT. Clay was for a high tariff, and Polk for a tariff for revenue. Polk won and tho people never had bettor times. "Wilson ho said will win in this campaign, and to his mind tho issue was more impoitant to tho great mass of people than in that day and time. Tho Judge for over sixty years has been a Democrat, and has never failed in all that time to lift his voice and cast his voto for Democracy. Tho Owonsboro Messenger was tho first paper to bring tho election news to Clovorport. It reached us at five o'clock this morning, giving tho returns from every State in tho Nation. Tho Messenger is to be congratulated, and their enterprise competes with any daily in the State. . The Buckeye Piinterdom issued monthy at Delphos, Ohio, con tains in its October issue, good, sound instructive reading for publish- - Wilson's plurality in Breckinridge Thomas Barnett spent Thursday county 603; Roosevelt beats Taft by 204 night at Vine Grove. The Bull Mooters will have control of Dr. Witt returned from Louisville county. Friday. The G. O. P. goes down in defeat and C. C. Martin was in Louisville last the Democrats will have things their way week. in Breckinridge. Rev. Winchell, of Ekron, filled his Following is the unofficial returns of appointment Saturday and Sunday at Breckinridge county fyy precincts: the Baptist church. Mrs. Hynes returned from Louisville Friday. Sf T PRECINCTS Mrs. Nan Galloway and Rollie Simp3 V" 2. son came over from Blue Ball Tuesday f Hardinsburg No. ... 173 79 40 to see Mrs. Everett Martin. Mrs. Gal7 48 loway remained for a visit with her Hardinsburg No. 2... 82 58 Hardiusburg No. 3... 70 granddaughter, Mrs. Martin. 64 Hardinsburg No. 4- .94 32 '. Misses Vennle and Vertie Moorman 63 20 64 Cloverport No. 1 78 left Friday for Quincy, 111., their future 15 Cloverport No. 2 74 I08 home. 155 Cloverport No. 3 42 ' 41 llalltpwn 41 57 B, C. Clarkson spent stvtral dajs lut 81 97 Stephensport 57 113 77 week in Louisville. 5 Union Star Webster 52 95 54 Jim Foushee, of Ekror, was here Fri112 Irvington 49 113 day shaking hands w.th friend. 82 84 Hewleyville 32 16 Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Uabuert, of Big Spring 31 38 86 Mooleyville 17 9 Ellzabethtown, spent Monday night at 125 Custer 53 3 the hotel. j 46 Mook 24 79 John Foushee dle-- October 28th. He 82 62 89 Hudsonville 38 had been sick tor several months. He McDaniels 109 92 Glen Dean 134 7 35 leaves a wife and one hon. 65 Rockvale 37 53 Mr. and Mrs, Ths R. Moorman wanna l 1897 J090 i94 leave thlu week for theii future home at Totals Qtiiacy, 111, ROBERTSON & BEARD Hardinsburg, Ky. r I I J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Insures Haggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household Goo4 and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. !' inn MM! " V Rev. R. O. Penick, wife and chil- dren, went to Custer Friday for a visit tftfli thai rnrfnte .nrtrl trt .fill Vile nn. .. .!. f M.VM." .V polntment. Come to prayer, meeting Wtdntsdiu evenings. Chm Mnornmsjof St, John, t.pnt Saturday und Sunflaf, with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. T, R. Mo raar)( who nre wlth thelr nwti ' Hynts, for u. few days visit bfor 1 ing for Qulnc 1H. . Blankeashlp Thursday take chary (4 th hotal aad cfa e Mr. ami Mrs. HUf en me in Mr. usd Mrs, es W a. r t s . ?"V'-j3&y?r- j m mmm I We are showing the latest creations in A i m m weeA ar w - -- m x w yw Till only Dating Powder made fom To Exchange. GOOD farm mure to sell or exrlmngo for. mule. Itobortson llroi.. Hnrdlnt-burKy. Royal Grane For Sale Residence. roomi. tin.ll. RKSIDRNOK FOR PALH-S- ix three porches. and j?m nnd For jmrtlculnrs write Mrs. O. V. IlubljiiRC, ClovLTiKirt, Ky. For Sale Lot. Lot containing 1M ncrcs FOIl SAI.EOnotwo homes nnd one blackwith In LodlburR. Ky. Uood buttlneM smith shop point for further Information cull on or address Thomas Kobcrj:son, Lodtburft, Ky FOOTWEAR HHHMIHMBHHBHHIMHBMHMMMMHMMMMHMHIi BakinaPowder AbsolutwPme No Alum No Lima Phosphate Breckenridge News. 0, 1912 Royal spent Friday with Mrs. Lexington-Tuesda- (gamrtar We carry a line for your inspection that we are sure will please. of house paints and interior finishes. Marlon Weatherholt. Wanted Man with Small Family Huse Alexander, of Mook, has reXANTKI Man wlili small family to work y on form; good house furnished. J. R cently purchased eighteen acres of dark tobacco of Pllo Brothers at Mook Kins Irvlngton, Ky. for f 14E0, lumping trade. For Sale Miss Fronnle Dean has returned SALE A 15 horso power stationery home from a two month's stay in Lou- FOIt Kniilno; Wntklns mike, to good repair. ItreckcnrldRQ News. Cloverport, Ky. Tans, Gun Metal, Vici, Box Calf Lace and Buttons Ladies' Men's, Boys and Girls', School and Dress wear. at the isville where she had a delightful time home of her uncle, Mr. Robert 15he James Cbrd-re- y. Virgil A. Babbage came home from to cast his first Entered at tlio Post Offliceat Cloverport, Ky vote. as second class matter. The most reasonable prices for milliFOR FOREIGN nery can be found at Mrs. James CordTHIS PAPER REPRESENTED BY THE ADVERTISING rey's. For anything in building material " Tl . Wfcl IJt IJriX and building hardware. Marion " WEDNESDAY, NOV McGavock. Misses Fannie and Hnllie Brown, Misses Isabollc and Annie Hendrick, Misses Louise nnd Eliza Taylor and Prof. Maxey, of Hardinsburg, were among those who attended the Basket Ball game at C. II S. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross and two sons and daughter, Miss Donna, arrived from Texas Friday to make Cloverport their home. Mr. Ross is tho brother of John A. Ross and Mrs. Ross is the sister of James B Kandall of this city. Mr. Ross has a position with the L , II. & St. L. R. R. For Sale Deeds, kinds FOUSALR blanks. MortRaitesund allNuws, BrcckcnrldRo Cloverport. Ky. Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Let US Show You" Dentist Cloverport, ed. HEAVY WORK SHOES Kentucky J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. $50.00 TO S100.00 A MONTH For your spare time Experience, not needFree-Insuran- ' Weath-erholt- NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Mrs. Nancy Ferry is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Homer Dawley in Lou- isville. i RTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices For State and District Offices For Calls, per line. For Cards, per line For All Publications iu the interest of individuals or expression of individual views per line Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Squires and children, of McQuady, were here last $ 2.50 week. T. J. Whitfield, a progressive young $ 5.00 15.00 school teacher, is teaching at Tar $ 10 Springs. A new .10 arrival ot hats at Mrs. Cord- 10 i " LOCAL BREVITIES 1 ;, Amiel Pate was home Sunday. Marcus Miller nas gone to Tell City. Miss Jeannette Bum spent Monday in Louisville. Miss Margaret Bum spent Monday in Louisville. Mrs. Harry C. Gans went to Louisville yesterday. . Miss Margaret Sklllman is in Louisville this week. Dr. HUllary Boone, of Louisville, was here Sunday. Dr. E. C. McDonald has returned home from Louisville. Miss Susie Black, of Holt, is the guest of Miss Lucy Hall. Mrs. Harry Newsom entertains the Friday afternoon Club this week. Mrs. Frank English spent last week at her country home at Sklllman. Mrs. A. Y. Ford, of Louisville, has been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Nolto. millinery in pattern and tailored hats at Mrs. Jas. Cordrey's. .Miss Blondie Ball, of Chenault, is jjfsiting her sister, Mrs Ella Jordan. ' Get in line with the advertisers and the Breckenrldge News columns. See the bride and groom married In it balloon at the celebration, Nov. 15. Hear the Women's Rights lecture and see the Dude at the celebration Nov. I3. June Lawson, of Lewlsport, was the guest of Miss Susette Sawver Sunday. High-grade e Mrs. George Bentley, of Hawesville, Announcement This is to announce the opening of my grocery business. Your patronago will bo appreciated. This week tho following items may bo had for cash: rey's Special orders made and filled promptly. Mrs. L B Perkins and Miss Virginia Harris went to Louisville Monday shopping. Miss Mamie DeHaven went to Louisville Friday to visit her brother, Dr. Fred DeHaven. "Banty" Hayden spent Sunday in Cannelton and returned to the English Kitchen Monday. Mrs. Frank Mattlngly has returned home from a delightful visit in Decatur and Maroa, 111. Attend the Fourth of July celebration Friday evening, Nov. 15. Peanuts and pink lemonade. Contracting, carpentering, painting, concreting, house moving, roofing. Marion Weatherholt. Miss Mildred Babbage left Monday for Louisville to spend & week with Miss Addie Fairleigh. Misses Eva and Edith Plank went to Louisville Saturday to see "Little Women" at Macauley's. Mrs. Oscar Miller, of Owensboro, has behn the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest O. Cottrell. Mrs. H. A. Evans, of Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. John D Babbage Wednesday and Thursday. The Ladles Reading Club will be entertained at "The Castle" t tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. Mattlngly. Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, arrived Monday evening to visit her mother, Mrs. John D. Gregory. Wanted 5000 feet No. 1 common and better 2 in. thick poplar 10, 12 and 14 feet long. Marlon Weatherholt. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofllous and son, Elmer, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McGlnnls In Evansville Sunday. Vivian and Fred Pierce, of Louisville' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pferce, of West Point, were at Rose Hill Sunday. James William Glasscock and Bowlds, of Axtel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jas. May in this city Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Squires and daughter, Kathleen, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Julius Dutschke at Holt Younger and West Point, were guests of Mrs. John D. Babbage yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donald son, of Bowling Green, have been her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Sunday. Mr, and Jas. daughter, Eudora, of Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs. $1 16c Lard, Vissmons, - 15c C. Jarboe. 2 Cans Corn - Only a few more days until the huntLenox Soap, 7 bars, - 25c ing season opens. I can furnish you hunting license. MaIvory Soap, 6 bars, - 25c your shells and rlon Weatherholt, Miss Elsie Baanon, of Eddyville, who Delivered Promptly vls-iti.- 64s Phono 65-- Stuart Babbage has been the popular young visitor of her sister, Mrs. Joe Sawyer, returned home Saturday night. This to th most dlra,ble time of the year to paint. I earry uncomplete line nnd at death, for smallest cost. offer to first apand Will sell cheap good plicant from this place. Write quick for Falrbanks-riors- e engine which particulars. 835, Covintfton, Ky. has Jusf been thoroughly overhauled THE Is In flrstcla s condition. Inand quire of JAMES TAQUE, CloverIrvington Society was delighted port, Ky. with the program rendered Thursday evening by Roy E. Bendell, and is look ing eagerly forward to the second of IRVINGON this series of entertainments which is to be given on the evening of December 2nd. Misses Maggie and Claudia Bandy Mrs. C. C. Smith and Miss Nelle were in Louisville Saturday. Kathleen Smith are spending several Mr. G. N. Lyddan was in Louisville days shopping in Luuisville this week. Thursday purchasing a car load of Mrs. L. H. Jolly will assist with the cattle which he will feed for the spring music for the Arbor Day exercises to market. be conducted at the school Friday, NoMrs. John Shaw, of Hardinsburg, at- vember 15, the MandolInClub will rentended the Sunday School Institute der several selections. It is desired which met here Tuesday. that each family in the town and comMiss Meda Ditto, of Hardinsburg, munity furnish a tree for planting. spent Tuesday here attending the SunThe School Improvement League day School Institute. will bold its next meeting Friday afterLonnie Parks, of Webster, was in noon, November 8th at 3:15. The public is most cordially invited. town Saturday. R. B. McGlothlan spent Monday Dutch Meyrs, of Big Spring, was in and Tuesday in Louisville. town Friday. A change of hats is a delight that Miss Jessie Brady is in Louisville for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tony one can well afford to indulge in and every woman needs, at least, two good, McCoy and Mr. McCoy. becoming hats a season. Let me have SoThe Young People's Christian ciety met Friday evening at the Pres- your order My prices are ones you can reach Miss Laura Hale. byterian church. Mrs. Ed. Monahan and Master Roy Miss Minnie Fullenwlder has reMonahan returned Monday from a visturned to her home at Little Bend after a visit to her sister, Mrs. James it to relatives in Glen Dean. Miss Eva Carrigan returned TuesBramlette. day from a visit to relatives in BranMrs. L K. May spent the past week at Bewleyville attending the series of denburg. Mrs. Will Gardner, of Stephensport, meetings in progress there at the attended the Sunday School meeting Methodist church. Mrs. La Rue Cox and Miss Kathar. here Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and Master ine Cox are at home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ditto in Louis- Wallace Ashcraft were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell at ville. Guston. Mrs. Jennie Calloway, of Louisville, Mrs. A. D. Pulliam and Miss Ida is visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. B. More, Pulllam returned Friday rrom Boone-vlllmen. Ind., where they were guests of The Masonic Lodge recently organ Mrs. Pulllam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ized here has a membership of about , fifty with the number still increasing. Bently. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Neil and family, For the time being the lodge will occu py the second floor of the Irvlngton of Guston, attended church services here Sunday and were dinner guests Pharmacy Building. Miss Essie Kendall has returned of Miss Eva Carrigan. The Woman's Missionary Society of from Garnettsville where she attended n the Baptist church will hold its reguwedding. the The heavy rain which fell early lar monthly meeting at the church Thursday evening prevented much of Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13. All the the "Hallowe'en" sport which is usually women of tho congregation are urged to be present. indulged in here. Mr. and Mrs. Perclval Henderson write from Buckeye, Texas that they are delighted with their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Henderson and family, who for the past ten years have been located In Beverly, Mass , a suburb of Boston, are now enroute by sea from Boston to Galveston; they are now locating at Buckeye, Texas where Mr. Henderson will have charge of a larire nursery and ranch. Rev. Mr. E. O. Cottrel. of Cloverport, was here Tuesday. Rev. Mr. W. U. Jones, pastor of the Baptist church, was called by telephone to the bodside of his father TuesALL KINDS OF WORK day evening, and the holding of the was postponed known to modern Dentistry science Sunday School Institute Indefinitely. is done here. Whatever Is best fitMrs. Bently, of Boonevllle, Ind., is ted to your case and pocket book will be explained to you. Whether visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Pulliam and Mr. Pulliam. CROWN OR PLATE WORK Daisy Fltzhugh Ayers In her Washing of Nov. 3 you may feel confident of the best ton letter to the Courier-Journpossible "grade at lowest prices says: "Miss Margaret Peyton, of Harwork can be done for dinsburg, Is visiting her cousin, Miss which Louise Aud at Herndon, Va,, near W. A. WALKER, Pentist Washington." HardlMburf , Ky. Mr. Crafton Cunningham Is doing exOffice ovw Haictry cellent work In tfae L. T. School at Cash-Bone, Walker-Pattersoal GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE. Want an active man In this locality. To Introduce us to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when sick, Injured, ?sS2SC5KSSetS I sold out:; Friends and patrons I have sold my business to IVlr. L, Gibson and will be here with him for a week or ten .days when I will leave the dear old town of Cloverport. I regret very much to leave and thank you one and all for your patronage and respects shown my place. Hr. Gibson is going to run the business on the same style and plan as I have and I trust you will all continue to patronize him. I guarantee that he will appreciate the favor and do all in his power to please you. Again thanking you all, I am your friend, a "H I I- 9 t 1' i r i i & . eJ. 1 w tSKUVVfM , -- --w wmr -- m. t to MANY WOMEN CARRY BANK ACCOUNTS This bank lias opened a "Women's Department, that is, wo delighted to have women depositors. Wo know that woare men are better financiers than men, but they havo nevor had an opportunity to devolopo their talent or tuvii)fr aud iiiunafrinjj tho funda of tho household. Men havo come first in making bank deposits and looking after tho cash. But tho list of women who arc taking advantage of tho conveniences of banking facilities is growing and wo two pleased to have our bank as their depository. Wo cordially invito all women to carry their accounts with us. 1 i :: Irvington, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK, J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Beechmont, this Is his Sophmore year and his last report he had made the highest average In his class with one exception nd with that pupil he tied. We are always glad to see our boys and girls making success In their work. Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, will be sent by the W. M. U. of Breckenrldge County Association to the uieet-ln- ir of the General Association of Bap tists of Kentucky to be held at Madi- sonvllle Nov. I3. Master Jack Board spent the week end in Hardinsburg visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. L. Beard and family. Mrs. D. W. Henry and Mrs. Susie Warfleld, of Macon, Georgia, have returned from a visit to relatives in Brandenburg, It is greatly desired by the promoters of Arbor Day throughout Kentucky that on that day tree be planted on all public property, on streets of towns, along public roads; by thus doing not only beautify the country but prepare the way to bring riches mto the storehouse of the old Commonwealth. Select a nice tree or two and join in tho planting. (J -- v, nil r f .w w mi Louisville livening Post and Breckenridgo News one year $3.50. Gibson In Business. Announcement is made in this issue S. J. Brown has sold his confectionary and bakery to Larkln Gibson. Mr, Gibson will be assisted by Mrs. Gibson and Miss Fronnie Dean. The people wish that he will enjoy the sue cess that Mr, Brown did iu this city. thai first-clas- s Subscribe : MySEftf VyOineilS t s -- 'niwrT" M'rflT..V TTW Are You A Woman ? : CHARACTER By READING CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Important Oaptl.tt Church Organ Says Hereward Car fin pt 1st Htirilny School. 0:.TO h. bo. 0. M. rington in McClure's Maga- URlitroot. Mipcrintctuient. I'rayer Mttla wecinrsdny 7 so p. m. iiHptiftt Aid wx Society meets Monday nftrr Srconil Sun' oriry month, Mm. A. II. Bklllmnn, l'resl zine For October. I'r'HCJiinRftery HundBV ut 11:00 a. m., ihe Nose-V- ery 7:30 p. m. Iter. K. O. Cottrell, 1'nstor. r,-- v - 1H 4?5k. 1911, . ByronWelliams It- Copyright Western Newspaper Colon morning. Do you know tno tree when you see it?" Yes I'vo been In tho North Woods "When MIbs Jncklo Vinlng went to on many a vacation and nm familiar athsr room after her unsatisfactory tho countempt to wring from Bedlght tho narao with tho flora and fauna of responded young woman try. I nm at your service," of tho unconventional who walked with him In tho moon- tho mayor. They set out on foot nlong a pathlight, alio was angry. And It Is posway that led Into tho wood. Onco tosible that, knowing his feelings tho forest It wound in a trail llko ward .her sho was angrier still becauso not o that tho calf made, through spruce with this Influence she could poplar and maple, with tho confession sho sought. It Is and hemlock, adding a truo that sho felt In her heart now and then a whlto birch llkcwiso touch of vivid contrast to the green. that Bedlght was right in protecting was walking tho nnmo of tho girl and should bo Tho girl, an enthusiast,tho nature picahead and babbling of eulogized rather than scourged for it tures along tho way. yet, CHAPTER IX. In-slse-cur- Cardui ! A and when a man has almost told a woman ho loves her, she has a right to expect that ho will do almost anything that she asks of him. Falling to handle him augurs complications for the future. And most of us are allko in this, that wo lovo to appear melodramntlc to ourselves, doing all sorts of drastic things that, slept over, wo undo, saying things thafwo lnflato with self at tho time being and stick a pin into later when our ardor has cooled. In f this mood Jacklo Vinlng seated at a small writing desk in her quasi-reasonabl- e her-sel- A - V v'A V 'WSsW . WA VV Mclly McConnell. room and Indited tho following letter to tho chairman of tho woman's clubs in Bedlght's district: "Squirrel Inn, Wis. "My Dear Madam: Tho campaign In your district is about to open. Among tho candidates is one Walter Bedlght, who is running for tho legislature. Ho will endeavor to secure the women'? "votes of the district. While running a race near Squirrel Inn he dropped from his pocket the inclosed bill, which ho expects to introduce, if elected. "I feel it my duty to apprise you of the real character of the man and trust that you will act accordingly. "Sincerely, "(Miss) JACKIE VININQ." Placing the letter and the bill In a long envelope, she laid the package on her dresser and retired. But with the cool touch of the linen and tho luxury of full repose, Jackie's heart smote her. "Well, anyhow," she mused, as sho dropped off to sleep, "I'll hold tho letter a few days longer." To bo in tho tolls of a state's attorney is bad enough In any event; but p Miss y jW -- v j Her Farnsworth Sat Holding Ankle In Both Hands. tho caeo worth, who prosecuted against him on tho morning of his arrival. She entered the arena after an earnest conference with "Judge" Vinlng, who seemed unusually distrait and worried. "Mr. Bedlght," began the lady attorney, in a professional tone, "I want to get some balsam for a Dillow tbU If tho aforesaid attornoy 1b a woman, oh, most unfortunato is tho maul Thursday waB Mayor Bedlght's day of upon Margaret Farnsattendance Suddenly Bedlght felt something hit him in tho back, as though a pellet thrown from closo range. Ho turned Inquiringly. From a clump of brush along tho trail a woman's hand waved at him and a white paper fluttered to tho path. Turning, tho mnyor retrnced his steps. Tho messenger crouched low and Bedlght, having secured tho message, touched his fingers to his lips and wafted her a salutation, chaste and repleto with appreciation. And then from ahead camo tho surprised call of Miss Farnsworth. "Hurry!" cautioned a voice from behind tho clump of greenery. "Coming," cried Bedlght, turning and forcing ahead through tho wood. arose with A pair of pheasants drumming whirr from beside tho path. "There!" exclaimed the mayor, accepting the birds as the foundation for a clever ruse, "you've frightened them awny." "Oh, why didn't you tell me?" reproached tho girl, getting a fleeting glance of tho brown beauties as they floated off through tho trees. Bedlght, with the note clutched in his hand, made reasonable apologies for his thoughtlessness and the girl, unsuspecting, led on, chattering delightedly. It was a day of days to be In tho wood and youth Is ever buoyant and gay. Plainly tho girl was in tune with tho mood of the time and ' the place, and liko tho beatitudeo about her, sought w be congenial and natural. The man felt himself pleased with her, for he, too, loved tho solitude and tho harmonics of tho forest. Presently sho sighted a scarlet and ran ahead. Bedlght, waiting for tho opportunity, unfolded the slip of paper. In a woman's handwriting this warning was written: "BE CAREFUL. SHE IS TRYING TO TRAP YOU." Bedlght smiled and tucked tho note in his pocket. Miss Farnsworth was sitting upon a fallen monarch of tho wood when ho caught up with hor. In her hands sho held a lichen that had taken her fancy. Of tho party at Mine Host's hotel, no girl was prettier than Margaret Farnsworth and few as intellectual. Vivacity and spirit predominat ed and as Bedlght looked at her he did not belittle her ability to make things interesting for him. Sho sprang to her feet as ho drew near, and ran after a big brown butterfly. Bedlght sat down on the log and waited. Suddenly ho heard a scream, tho voice of a woman In pain. Miss Farnsworth sat upon tho ground holding her anklo in both hands. Her lips were tightly drawn and her faco gave evidence of pain. "What is it?" questioned Bedlght, apprehensively, going up to her and taking hold of her arm. "Help mo to stand," sho directed, gripping his arm. He raised her. She let her foot touch tho ground, winced and toppled toward him. "There's a wood chopper's cabin Just ahead," sho groaned. "Could could you carry me there?" blushing. For answer ho picked her up in his arms. Sho throw her arms about his neck nud clung to him, her hair brushing his cheek. In sight of the hut sho whispered: "Wait! Let mo down n minute." Sho stood leaning against him, her full, ripe lips tensingly near. For a moment as ho looked into her fathomless eyes, Bedlght felt tho weakness of man for woman coming over him. To combat It, ho moved farther away, supporting her at arm's length. "It would bo well to leave mo nt tho cottngo and go back for help. Look Inside, pleaso, while I lean against thlB birch," she directed. ' "There's probably a burglar In tho woodbox or a man under the bed," ho said laughingly, as ho started toward tho cottage. Tho mayor Btood for a moment upon tho threshold and then entered As his form disappeared within, there appeared around the corner of tho cabin a man tho game warden of In a twinkling ho had Lakovlllo. slammed shut tho door and thrown a great bar across It from without. "There, darn ye; I told yo I'd git ye!" he bellowed with radiant pomposity. Bedlght turned angrily as tfcs door closed and realized too late that tho warning given along the trail had not safeguarded him. He waB a prisoner. Peering tbiough the dirty window-paae- , an aperture not large enough to permit the passlmr of a Man's body. tan-ager The I s I Woman's Tonic: ELI ft arnswortn leave tno walked rnpldly away, ner nead erect, tree against which she had been lean- her shoulders back, every inch a ing and walk leisurely toward the splendid woman. hotel. Scarcely had sho disappeared when With the realization that tho girl Bdlght heard the bar thrown back, had deliberately led him into the and a voice whispered cautiously: hands of the enemy, he gritted his "Walter! Walter! The door Is unFire, teeth and then, at the thought that barred. Walt until I get away!" perhaps Jacklo Vinlng had planned From his dingy window Bedlght this coup do main, Bedlght felt a saw another feminine form saunter Bonds queer sinking of certain hopes that i leisurely up the trail and this one, heretofore had buoyed up a too, was slim and fair to look upon, yearning to take high hurdles. No a woman that any good man might r a woman may keep a man in hot well desire to win. have returned from a trip to Okla- Deeds, Mortgages and other on general principles of love, but to throw him in Jail Is treachery, and noma. be Continued Lefjal Papers written and To when a woman reaches that point she til! forms of acknowledgeAny skin itching is tt temper tester. is llko the woman scorned a perfect Don't was e your money buying The more you scratch the worse it ments taken. fury. Chamberlain's itches. Doau's Ointment is for pile?, The room In which Bedlght found strengthening plasters. Damp- eczema any skin itching. 50c at all himself was big and rough like some Liniment is cheaper and better. mayor said before en a piece of flannel with it and bind it drug stores. Adv. of the words the his sense of the ludicrous returned. over the affected parts au.1 it will re Then, In full possession of the humor lieve the pain and soreuets. For sale by SCARS THAT STAY ON BODi Marion of tho situation, ho sat down on the all dtaltrs. Adv. side of the bunk and grinned. A man Though the Idea of Regular Seven can grin when the Joke Is on him, but Cloverport, Ky. Year Change Is Right, It Has he seldom becomes boisterous under M'QUADY. Its Limitations. circumstances unless he is in pubthe lic, where It is always good taste to prove his good fellowship by blatant There are people who tell you that Miss Bessie Mattingly, of Glen Dean, everything In the body la changed laughter. cic1E51fojolo1c5oiz3 That tho game warden had gone for is spending a few das the guest of her every seven years, and that there is help there was no doubt. Remember cousins, Misses Myrtle and Cova no part of It which was there seven years ago.. This does not mean that ing tho slap which Bedlght had adMILLER BALL we slough the whole thing off at ministered on the day of their first Sam Laslie shipped a car load of once, as a snake does Its skin or a meeting, that worthy did not desire stock from here Thursday. to take further chances. deer Us antlers, but simple that the livery, Feed and Sale "But if Miss Vinlng planned the Malcolm O'Brien has returned from Innumerable and tiny atoms which are trap, why did not tho warden bring Louisville, where he purchased a stock used up by the dally wear and tear Stable enough help with him to arrest me?" of groceries and hardware. are replaced by fresh atoms supplied This waB tho question tho mayor by our food and drink, which keep the Miss Suda Bates is convalescent. Bus Meets all Trains asked himself and gave it up. He body going, Just aa coal and water no way of knowing that the warhad Dr. Wm. Howard, of Knoxville, is keep the at work. : Ky. den had sent word to the sheriff to the guest of old friends here. But these changes are so minute bo on hand but that functionary was Will, and gradual that the form of the body Miss Zelma Bates and brother, at the moment marooned on an Island cznorzz)olfo1o1fcro51 remains the same, although such flvo miles from tho village with ample of Hancock county, were the week end things as Bears take a long time to food sent by a kind providence In the guests of their aunt, Mrs. J. M. Beatty. disappear, and Bometlmes they relight of tho moon, but with no boat Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and chil- main for life, although they always OVER 65 YEARS' by which ho might navlgato the Inter- dren, of Shrewsbury, are guests of rela- lose a great deal of their prominence. EXPERIENCE vening waters. You may have noticed that if you tives near here, An hour passed, during which time your finger lightly It will soon cut Mrs. Harriet Davis, of Harned, ;s Bedlght had satisfied himself that heal up and the scar presently disapdaughter, Mrs. Am- pear, Just as the marks of a superwood choppers' cablnB In general and the guest of her this one In particular were built with brose Mudd. ficial burn will gradually go away; tho express purpose of being better Miss Pearl Jackson is on the sick list. but if the cut is deep the scar reJails than those possessed by the orwent down Trade Marks Miss Hallie Beatty was at Stephens-po- rt mains. This is because it Designs dinary hamlet in tho north country la cnlled the true skin. Any Copyrights &c. Saturday atteading the Teachers' to what Ho waB securely confined and he on the outer cuts, stains, or, burns Anyone lending a (ketch and description mar opinion free whether an waB in to stay until some one chose Association. skin are gradually pushed up and (jiilcklr ascertain our imtentnhlo. Commmilcn InvnnMnn Is nmhnhlv AND BOOK on I'siteuti to liberate him. lions atrtctlr confidential. Miss Phoebe Frank entertained a worn or washed off, Just as the hair lent free. Oldest aiiency for securing patents. A voico from without suddenly gave number of her friends Saturday night. on the back of your hand wears off l'utents taken through Jlunn A Co. recelrt him hope. It was a voice ho knew your cutting It and grows $pclanotlce, without cnaruo. mtuo Mrs. John Newton and baby have, re- without well the voice of Jacklo Vinlng. again; but anything that goes down "Mr. Bedlght," queried tho voice, turned to their home at Clovcrport to the true skin, llko tattoo marks, A hnndsomelr Illustrated weeklr. Tjirseit clr after a week's visit with her parents, alwaya remains. dilation of mr sclontltlo Journal. Terms, 3 a "are you there insldo tho cabin?" renri four months. tL Bold by all newsdealers. "No, Miss Conspirator," replied the Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Shrewsbury. PNN&Co.30,Bda New York mayor, vindictively, "I'm up on the Messrs. Nelson Jolly and Will Lyons Branch Office. CJ& V Bt., Washlnuton, V. C Subscribe Right Now. roof playing solitaire." you tell mo which of the "Will girls was with you last night?" do manded Miss Vinlng. "If so, I will let you out." "Oh, I like It In here," replied the mayor, enthusiastically. "It's a nice, qulot place, no hooks to bait, nc Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day an3 night mound builders to excavate, no run school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a away horses to catch, no balsam to graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. pick, nothing to do but relax and think of tho perfldy of one's fellows femlnlno gender." "I'm glad you like it," responded Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. tho "Judge," with a wholesome flavor in her voice, "and I'm sorry to advis you that the warden and reinforce, . .Shorthand . . .Ittinltl Calculation. . ments are about due. Wouldn't it be . .Ilookkcoplug. . , . Penmanship. tp help me protect a thoughtwiser . . .Typewriting. ,. . .Commercial Geography. less girl and go free than to bo con. . .Civil Service. trary and go tP Jail?" ...Hearting. . . . Commercial law. "I like tho jail at Lakovlllo even bet. . .Hanking, Commerce. ,. .Arithmetic. ter than this," responded the prisoner ,. . .SpcIlliiK. .. .Punctuation. affably. "It is light and airy and has . .English. . . . UbO of AihliiiK Muchlno and easy exits In case of flro or ennui." . . .Grammar. other olllco devices. "Very well," she replied, "repent at leisuro." Tho mayor listened. She was goNamo .. ing away. "Miss Vinlng," she cried. Address "Yes, Mr. Bedlght." "You know very well you would despise me If I told you what you are asking. I am firm in my resolve not to appear in this light. You may as well go now, for I shall not answer "Acknowledge the College." E. B. MilUr, PrM. Owencboro', Ky. your question." Ha watched bar llttM farm, as ska no saw miss self-estee- The Nose, Thlsis a very Important organ, and indicates much as to the Broadly character of its possessor. speaking, it may be said that a man or a woman possessing a large, prominent nose is progressive, original and de termined, and the type of person most likely to "get ahead" in the world, Witness the great business ability and practical character of the Jew. The reverse of this naturally Indicates a backward, shrinking disposition. But to these broad rules there are many ex ceptions'and qualifications, which we must now study. For instance, if the nose shows a tendency to shrink or become very small ht the point where it leaves the forehead, (that is between the eyes), it is often a sign that lack of will power is present. When the nose leaves the forehead in one straight line, so that there is' no indention, this is a sign of a selfish disposition. Other things being equal, the more the nose rises after it leaves the forhead, the greater the degree of self will in the individual. A straight nose indicates good judgment, artistic talents, and sensibiUty. If the nose is long and thin (not too thin), It indicates a tendency and taste for philosophic studies; also literary aptitude. Such a person might be a good writer of poetry or of fiction. If the nose is short and thick, it indicates and a certain degree of confidence, This is not so notable as in the case when the nose is hooked, however. Many such persons possess a love of practical, ornamental work, Long, straight such as noses indicate, as a rule, a love of truth, and a character of mind which is not easily changed from its methods and habits of thought. wood-carvin- flethodlst Church N Methodist Sunday School, 0:90a. tn. IraD.1 Preaching ever Rolion, Superintendent. Sunday nt 11 n. tn. and 7:30 p. in. Frank Lwn raster, rraycr meeting weuncway, 7:aop, ni. h.pwortn League, regular service summy I (WS p, m: business meeting first Tuewdsy I night each month. Miss Mnrearlte Hnriti I President. Ladles' Aid Foclety meets f)m .iionaay eacn montn Airs, KirrestLignttoot, rreslilent. Ladles' .Missionary society rnrew Second Sunday in every month, Mrs. VlfKu Ilabbage. President. Choir practice. Friday jv, u iuu:ruy. iiruciur. uiKiil i -u, Presbyterian Church l'rcsuyterinn Sunday school BM5 a. a. Conrad Slppt-1Superintendent. Preaching every iniru sunuay, jtev. Adair. Minister. I'ravcrmeetJtR Tuednv. 7:30 ti. m. I.n dips' Aid Society meets "Wednesday nftcr Third Sunday every month, Mrs Clms.Satterflela.l , I I I ITl'SlUL'Ut. Catholic Church t irsi sunuay or racn month. Mnss Sermon, I n:uu a. in., uincr inreo fiB-day- s ii mi at 10 IS a. m On week days Mnss at "VC n. m. Cateclietlcnl Instruction for the children on Saturdays nt 8 :H0 a. m., and on Sundays at 0:30 a. ta. and 2:30 p. m. 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C CEREMONIES fled wns first of the foreign nations to solcct n site at America's Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition nt San Francisco In 1015. Tho area which has been dedicated to the Japanese government display, Ave acres, will permit tho adornment of the grounds surrounding the Palace of Exhibits with wonderful Japanese trees nnd shrubs, presenting the landscape effects that lu Japan have nttractcd tho attention of tourists and nature lovers from all pnrtn of the world. The Palace of Exhibits will cover nn acre of ground In the center of this Japanese garden. The Japanese government will spend $1,000,000. JAPAN TV FORCED TO LIVEN THINGS UP TRAPPED, TRIES TO CUT FOOT Man Just an Example of What the sourceful Hostess Will Do When a Party Drags. Re- Imprisoned on Track Before Train Attempts to Use Knife on Captured Limb. Chicago. Miss Charlotte Van CortUndt Nlcoll recently gave In the surf off Long riranch a bathing tea party, a man e cf d ai goc-lertme- nt While the study of native life forma ,the main object of the expedition, oth-;e- r 'aspects of exploration will not be Vaeglebted. A medical investigator will accompany the party for the purpoue and other fatal pC 'studying beri-beMlseases peculiar to tho Amazon and the flora and fauna of tho eountry will receive due attention. c The man selected by the museum to .jiave charge of the expedition is Lange, whose experiences In tho Jungles of the Amazon two years ago, 'when accompanying a party of rubber hunters, nearly cost him his life. 'With Lange will be associated an 'ethnologist, a naturalist, a physician photographer. fed a movlng-plcturThe physician chosen for the post la X"r. Franklin Church of New York. No danger Is anticipated, from the natives, who are 'peaceably Inclined .aadf hospitable to strangers. In deal 'tog with these tribes" many simple gifts will be made In exchange for Jfeather work, bows and arrows and Mowguns, drums and musical Instruments, decorated calabashes and pot rl re-mlo-n, Al-g- ot e Cough, Cold SoreThroat i. HERE'S PROOF. ' Mb. W.PMCE.ofFredonla, K&n., writes : "Wo use Sloan's Hutment In tho family and Cud it an excellent relief lor cold and hay ferer attacks. It stops coughing and suooz--' lag almost Instantly," rd Albert Sloan's liniment gives quick relief for cough, cold, hoarseness, sore throat, croup, asthma, hay fever oronchitis. SLOANS LINIMENT RELIEVED SORE THROAT. Mas. L. IlRKWEB.of Modollo.Fla., writes: " I bought one bottle of your liniment and itdldineall the good In and It cured me of my trouble." the world. Sty throat was very sore, s0?, 25o., BOc, $UOQ Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sentfree. AddrtM GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. M. W. K. Straxob, 3721 Elm wood Avenue, Chicago, III., writes t "A little boy next door had croup. 1 gave the mother Sloan's Liniment to try, She gave htm three drops on sugar before BOlua to bed. and he rot ud without the croup lu the morning," Dr. EarlS. Sloaa Boston, Mm. Berlin. The Bavarian state railway authorities havo decided that travelers raUBt not kiss In railway carriages. A mn and his wife, traveling In Bavaria, kftsed each other goodby at Augsberg station a few days ago and the scandal-Itftguard reported the matter to tho authorities. The latter Immediately an order prohibiting kissing unThe boy's appetite Is often the source der the penalty of a heavy 'fine. of amazement. If you would have such an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets. Quit Job to Be Sister. They not only create a healthy appetite, Harrison, N.i J. Miss Mary Stevena, but strengthen the stomach and enable general, manager of the sales departit to do Its work naturally. For sale by ment ofAthb General Electric company's factory here, has resigned her all dealers. Adv. position to enter a convent 'as a sister of charity in Madison, Ind. HIS UJVE BEYOND A DOUBT "It is a pleasure to tell you that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the 8urely Impossible to Ask Further best cough medicine I have ever used," Proof After This Really Sublime wiltes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonla, Declaration. Ga. "I have used it with all my chil dren and the results have been highly "Do you love me?" he asked. In reply the modern yojling girl satisfitct ry." For sale by nil dealers.' looked at the modern young man Advertisement. with eyes perfervld with emotion. "Do I love you?" sho repeated. "I ROMANCE IN MINING OF TIN do. I love you psychologically, sociologically, economically. From the Bolivian Mountains at Present Con psychologic standpoint, I feel that our of the World's tribute different organisms aro so nicely difSupply. ferentiated as to form a properly articulated area of combined conscioushas copper and gold While ness. Sociologically, our individual and otherBolivia minerals as well as silver, environment has been enough In con- her greatest wealth Is in tin. There trast to form a proper basis for a Is as much romance in tin mining In right union. Economically, I feel Bolivia aB In dlamoud mining in sure that when wo come to combine South Africa and gold mining In our wo shall be ablo to Introduce Into tho country. Fortunes Just as large management of our affairs the right own have been made. One man who a few financial balanco to produce tho scien- years ago was a prospector now has tific result which every nn Income from his tin mines equal and conducted business produces. to that of the bonanza kings of Cali And now, how do yoc love mo?" fornia or the South African mining The young man reached forward. magnates. Ho has recently offered Ho clasped her swiftly but surely In to build a railway lino which the his arms. Ho hugged her and kissed government itself did not feel able to her alabaster cheeks and her ruby undertake. lips. In all tho world last year there "How do I love you?" ho replied. wero only 110.000 tons of tin pro"My dear girl, I lovo you just aB duced, and to this quantity Bolivia much as if you really knew what you contributed so the value of were talking about." her tin deposits can' bo understood Some of this tin Is mined as high as 17.000 feet. Most of tho mines, how Another Name for Sunlight. ever, are worked at altitudes of less Insects are often susceptible to than 15.000 feet. Tin mining has thus ultra violet light (which Is, of course, the distinction of location at one of a component of sunlight), as expert Aian's most lofty permanent dwelling ments by L. Raybaud have recently places aa well as beneath the bed ot shown, this fact perhaps explaining the sea. This opposite extreme Is to found In the world s oldest known tin the aversion of some species strong sunlight. In the rays from a mines In Devonshire, England. Chrismercury vapor lamp, such creatures tian Herald. as snails, nouseflles, and tadpoles soon became torpid, and In the course of a few hours were quUe umx w jJR !r lk dead. Young grasshoppers perished 1 Ws ms jmTmrtm how sod V"-in about two days. Adult grasshoprb.it prl." Writ lBlasi.. y y fX BJ l w..Ur prk un VsYV jLlJKssI (of pers showed no apparent Injury ulEttSMBMI. after a week's exposure, and spiders M.SABEL & SONS H . U0VMT1UK, IX. .and beetles were unaffected, 4lMllsFH,IM,WMl t .fcUHUUrtlsts. d is-ue-'d servant wading out with a floating tea table perfectly appointed, wherefrom Miss Nlcoll and her friends. In five feet of water, partook of buttered toast, caravan tea, mufnns, scones and cakes. Congratulated upon this novel party, Miss Nlcoll, who Is a sister of De Lancey Nlcoll, smiled and said: "I believe In the hostess who Is resourcefulthe hostess of Mrs. Blanc's type. "Mrs. llanc was giving a tea party on her yacht. The affair, for some reason, was dragging dreadfully. The guests talked of nothing but the weather, and even In this talk there would come long, deathly silences. "Suddenly Mrs. Blanc, losing her balance, fell heavily against her mother-in-lawho sat beside the low rail, and with a moaning cry the dear old lady went headforemost overboard. "Of course, she was rescued; but afterwards Mr. nianc took Mrs. Blanc privately to task. "'How clumsy you were,' he said, 'to knock mother Into the water like that. I m afraid she won't care to visit us again In a hurry. You really should be more careful.' '"Now, George,' said Mrs. Blanc 'be reasonable. I had to do some thing. I simply had to. Didn't you Bee how our party was dragging?" " St. 'Louis Globe Democrat. boat-shaped railroad track like a fox In a trap, with a train due In a short time, h Kowanskl, 51 years old, did what 'be animal would havo done. He attempted to sever hlB foot Kowanskl, a watchman In tho & Eastern Illinois railroad yards at South Leavltt and West 43rd streets, was making his rounds at 5 o'clock In the morning when his left foot was caught In a frog. Knowing a fast train was due lu halt an hour, Kowanskl twisted and wrenched at the imprisoned leg, but in vain. The terrific strain broke the fog in two places. Almost unconscious ftom'nain. Kowanskl then attempted to cut off his foot with a knife. Just as ho was starting on tho oper ation Alexander Gata, a fellow worknan, happened along. Ho opened the switch and released Kowanskl.. The train passed tho "trap" three minutes after Kowanskl had been rescued. pas-rang- er Caught on a Jo-tp- Chi-eg- o - MUST NOT KISS ON TRAINS Man and Wife Cause New Order to Be Issued on Bavaria Railway. Williams. Being reasonably vain of my cook ing when I go and learn now ways tho noxt thing Is to show them off. r paper bagHence, my ged of course. Likewise, a company dinner. It would bo a deadly Insult to good food oven to think of sorvlng It in courses to ono lone feeder. My guests camo a trifle late by tho tlmo thoy had off hats and wraps I was ready to tako them In tho kitchen. This because of a shrewd suspicion that thoy thought I had been telling fairy tales they could not concelvo of real food, coming really cooked out of a paper bag. My people sniffed gratefully as they entered the kitcaon. Truly things were not half bad, by the smell, li was very mild hardly more than an agreeablo taint A hot dish sat ready upon tho paper covered tabic. I lifted out tho broiler, set it besldo the dish, slipped tho edgo of the dish well under the bag resting upon tho broiler, shoved It well to tho mlddlo and opened It Then camo forth In full strength the smell of flsh not rankly offensive, but Inviting. Inside tho bag there was halibut, a la minute It had been cooking fifteen minutes, was done to a turn, flaky, flavoroUB, and literally swimming in a sauco of its own Juices, mingled with thoso of the tomatoes covoring It, the lemon that had been squeezed on It, and the butter with which it had been liberally dotted. To go with It there were baked potatoes baked In a bag, and mealy, without a traco of scorch. Tho diners vowed they had a new, a singularly flno flavor, somowhat approaching that of a roasted chestnut They praised tb,o flsh and ate In a way to show it deserved tho praise. Still, I think they wondered a bit was this ono bagful all they were to get by way of reward for coming all the way to Harlem? They had not noted that tho stovo was still In commission possibly through seeing neither pot nor pan on top of It But when they were graciously permitted to help tako away tho flsh course and see tho taking up of a steak, also In a bag, they evidently felt better. Especially when the potato bag yielded sweets, which had been cooked along with the white ones, and kept warm underneath, and still another bag furnished tomatoes stuffed with scraped corn. The tomatoes had cooked a little too long, and came out pretty much huddled, but good for all that They were eaten to the last shred the steak also looked pretty ghostly at tho finish. Since this was a bag dinner salad was conspicuously absent. Room must be left for the apple dumplings. When they came on, my dinner guests plainly suspected me of the black art. The dumplings, mado ready In advance, had been bagged as tho bell was ringing, popped in the oven after I had welcomed my company, and had cooked thero while we ate tho other things. The sauce for them, also previously prepared, had kept warm over hot water, In something covered. If anybody ever made better dumplings, It was never my luck to eat thereof. Black coffee, fruit and cigars for tho gentlemen, wound up the performance. In three hours, working singlo handed, I set my tablo, cooked my dinner, having all materials In hand, read an evening paper, and even loafed a minute or two now and then. (Copyright, 1911, by tho Associated Literary Press.) By Martha McCulloch course-dinne- Wanted Small Farms Wo have a number of inquiries for small fnrnid from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If you havo a small farm well improved, good lovel land, list it with us nnd wojwill do tho rest. JQ tWAcres two miles from Hard- Acres. 3 miles from It vitifftoti.on rural 3tlx(W una 2 torun, house ; good level route Good frumu dwelling; o routns nnd juu-ji- uh vernndn; good burn 30x5o; lutiiint 1'rll'H 1 T.J) tutu, lUU.lUUU, WIIUIllr. DOQ gniSS, l.inH nan. Ilila u..lrl ........ .. ... house; 137 acres under uluw; lOOucres (truss; Si acres In timber; well wittered, cistern una JJ0 the acre. ponds. 3i to 10 bushels corn una IZOJ pounds 'lucres, tobucco to ucre. Uuod clover land lays wavy Nn 1 1 Kood uarn.good and lovel land, (li illml Ccared ..awell to level location. Ideal unU In one of the 1.. . ... best neighborhoods in the county. Prlco '"'"""U nine jrom irringion. l'rice W.JOO i.g00;S.cush Terms on balance Nn 1 9 250 acres lying In a valley; & 300 .acres 3 miles fn-railroad, . Mn i",u. O neurdnmple;onemtlufromschool-houso- . nouses, largo uuu.unuiuuKUIlUUUIIi.lUUttUt tooacco barn: 2K miles South of Ivirk. H mllo from school, well watered, 3 springs neur barn; on Kurullloute. acres; well 7 ,Uood Stock I arm. Mn ujtmproved dwelling;153stock burn. 175 ncre3 'oa Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, aiid Nn 1 1 Dean; good,mll East of stone grass. Vi miles from Irvlngton, on rural soil, watered by wells and strong lime good springs, on route. This land Is: n llttlo rolling but docs county road, near good school and churches. not wash. Prlco right. Jno. D. Ilabbuge, Now tobacco barn co f 1,200, 3 stock barns, Cloverport. Ky. good tenant houses, fine clover and grass mile from Nnj A. Beautifully located onopractically land. Prlco $(1,100. i "i T tt uvo town, 100 acres all levol land, unimproved; good fencing. A 13j ncres located 1 mile north of I deal spot for dairy farm. McQuudy. Prlco 12,000. H cash Prlco reasonable. balance In yearly payments. Write Jno. U lUbbhge, Cloverport, Ky. C 19S acres located near Oukes, Han-1--.I 5 sy0 ttCres K m"es from Hnrdlns- cock county; U'O acres under plow 78 acres timber; well wutered; plenty of fruit; 7. hUTg' county seat: well lmprov- ca jono of the best farms In tho county. Price 0 room dwelling; barn 40x00; 40 acres level, Hi WO rest rolling. Uood land for tubucco. corn, wheat and clover. It Is a bargain at $1,800. 59 Acres near IJuras. Dwelling; 1500 cash, balance easy payments. 1U barn 20x20; log 20 acres level, rest rol Ing; soil sandystable. underlaid 1SJ acrcs 1 mll South of Kockvale, loam IMrt good lovel land, 4 room dwelling with clay; well watered Prlco ft)50. tenant bouse and necessary outbuildings. Hcliool house and church In 300 yards. Price Improved land, one Nn 1 00 acres wellMcQuady; all lovel, 11,050 cash. n1"6 rrom Excellent neighborhood. Fine 74 acres, 3 miles from Kirk, dwoll-- w goodBhapo. fJn 7 lng IK story 0 rooms ana porch, tobacco and corn land; woll watered. Prlco good well, small tenant houso, good barn and and8tublo. uood orchard. I R -- MAcres.one mile from Harned: wen improved; plonty IVJn Q Two tracts 100 acres lu one and good O 124 acres In the other; 124 acres lo- water; 2 stock burns 80x00 and 30x4.of Two-stocated 3 mile from Ilurdlnsburg; 100 acres 3 dwelling, and tenant houso. Price miles from Harned; V, mile ot Klngswood $4,70. college. 1 O lu0 ttcros 3K m"M north of Har-- L Ni--i y Itoute, 1 located of Lodlburg; Z7 ,,,u O 150 acres;mile easton Henderson 20x32; 40 acres cleared; all tillable; well 1M I No. 1. A Fine Home Farm No. w. m a 1 ll-- am iiv. Nn j V. Nn Nn t liv. f 7 u I'U, Nn ry Nn dtnsburg;3-roomdwelllng;ba- ra 70 acres In pasture 50 In timber; watered: plenty ot timber; limestone soil dwelling; good barn and rows corn, well f'rice 13,000, wheat, tobacco, clover and grass watered; o land. Prlco $1,600. one-ha-lf cash. 11 vo-rollme-ston- Ho acres, s miles trom Ouston, 3 mlles from irvinKton; well lays well; good young orchard; good timber ; on rural route ; school Louse few yards fro u house: Improvement); good four room dwelling with kitchen on back porch; two good barns; barn and tenont house and cistern back In tho Held; meat and hen house; wood shed ; will soil on easy pay moms ; plenty of smnll fruit. Further particulars Jno. D. Babbago, Oloverport, Ky. watered C? "ift PO,OUV : or .9r ,60 acres four miles-weQ'ondeane, Smiles from branch railroad; all fresh land; 100 ucres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produce the best corn, wheat and tobacco In neighborhood: plenty lasting water, woll at door of dwelling; log dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi food stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant houses, of good timber for farm purposes t good land to clear. Price 13.000 X cash. st $2 ' OOO $ K mm t KJll.lLf-- j a rrm nniiAmn 1 iljiJrilUlliJCii3 I Mr. farmer, are you interested? If so, call on the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain the special "Farmers Lino" rate. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph (Incorporated.) Co. K y?S!iHSHSHS33t3i?57Sv3?77ym Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association JelT Hambloton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, C. E. Keith, Elizabothtown $ 5.00 25.00 5.00 . PAPER BAQ LUNCHEON. i . One-Fift- h well-ordere- d one-flft- - iI Subrcribe Today! Mvl t FURS f3 9 teaspoonful of Harvoy'a sauce, and salt to tasto. Mix thoroughly, lay tho meat slices In tho mixture and let stand, an hour. Make ready as many fried, croutons as thero aro meat slices, place tho latter on those, and paper bag. put them In a Put on brollor, and cook for olght minutes. Sorvo with mashed potatoes and Portugalso sauco, or with beef, horso radish sauco To mako Portugalso sauco rub a pound of rlpo tomatoes through a hair slovo, put tho pulp thus obtained In a clean en amoled saucepan. Add pepper and Bait to taste, a teaspoonful of powdered sugar, a dessert spoonful of vinegar, a teaspoonful of onion Juice, or aa much chopped garlic as will go on the point of a very small knife. Boll down a llttlo, thou use. Half a wlnoglassful of port is an immense Improvement, so, too, Is a bit of but ter the size of a walnut Green Peas. Put a pint of freshly shelled groin peas, a sprig of mint, and halt a pint of water Into a greased paper bag, seal up, and cook to forty-fivminutes. for thirty-fivBaked Bananas. Use ripo but firm fruit. Peel, dip In molted butter, roll In sugar, put la a greased bag with the Juice of a lemon to six bananas. Seal, and bake twenty minutes In a hot oven. (Copyright, 1911, by Sturgia & Walton well-groaBo- d By Nicholas Soyer, Chef of Brooks' Club, London. Grille a la Indlenne. Use cold mutton, beef or veal. Slice and cut Into rounds or squares. Melt a piece of butter, about tho size ot a largo walnut on a plate In the oven. Add a i BETTER TRY A WANT AD. FOR QUICK RESULTS e e Pflmnynv Try a News Want Ad. Now iritJjOni rr'nJnjJt'ini'ii Work of The Fourth Department of The Woman's Missionary Society There has been a marvelous advance similar Fourth Department The studin mission work in the past ten years. ies in sociology for the past year have been on child life at home and abroad. The people are beginning to know that The Child at Home, The Child at missions mean ministry to the bodies School, The Delinquent and Dependent BASKETBALL as well as the souls of men The peo- Child, and The Child at Play arc the ple are taught in the non Christian four studies given. If the women would At Cloverport High School Satlands the value of cleanliness, sanita- give attention to this last study, much tion and the domestic sciences. They more might be accomplished for the urday Afternoon Exciting-La- rge are given vocational training in order play life of the child than has been. Crowd Sees Two Games that they may be self supporting. The It would pay large dividends if every same plans are carried out in the mis- educator and mission worker and parYoung People Have Great sion work in the home land. ent would attend the child welfare exTime. Methodist church is hibit in Louisville from November 2lst The Southern "Gracious! What a bump wc got!" developing the work of Social Service to December 1st. Some one truly said: broadly through its Fourth Vice Presi- "The highest welfare and the most imThe campus of the Cloverport High portant in a community is the welfare School was the scene of two exciting the women were this efficient, that the dent of the missionary council. Every conference and every auxiliary has a of itschlldren. games of basket ball Saturday after- people would not need a The first was played by the Hardinsburg boys and C. H. S. fellows, the second by the Hardinsburg and Cloverport girls. The boys' game re sulted in n victory for Hardinsburg, the score was 21 to 10 The second game resulted in defeat for the Hardinsburg e girls, the score was 4 to 0. Prof. and Prof. Laslie were referees. Prof. Culton coach. The spectators were mostly enthusiastic high school pupils, however, quite a number of Hardinsburg and town people attended. The games are fine and are creating a school enthusiasm that has not been in Cloverport for years. Those who played were as folnoon. For-sylh- TjS ny Mrs. Walter J. I'IrkoU, Fourth Vice President or Tlio Loulsrlllo Conference For Sale! 'TpHE property known as tho Crawford Farm, situated in Breckcniidgo county, about from Cloverport, and containing 620 ncrcs, more or less, together with dwelling, tenant house, nccesstiry outbuildings, livo stock, agricultural implements; etc. This property is peculiarly adapted for stock raising, being well watered and containing, a largo acrengo of bottom land, while a considerable acreage is exceptionally suited or tho successful cultivation of tobacco, corn and wheat. five-mile- t' Paul Wethington, the R. F. D carstamps last Wedrier, sold ISO nesday on his trip. For of Jess Miller, of Sample, and Wm Gilbert, of Stephensport, were visitors in town Saturday. Miss Mary Franklin Beard will leave soon for East Orange, N. J., for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Schrlber. OBITUARY. The Court of Appeals last week afThe following out of town voters W. C. McElwaine left Saturday for a firmed the judgment of the Brecken- came in Monday to vote: Jas. E. Stone, visit to his brother in Richmond. ridge Circuit Court refusing to dissolve John P. Haswell, Jr , Louisville, S. A. In the loveliness of young womanArthur Haswell has gone from Atthe trust created by the will of Fred Pate, Hopkinsville, Mr. Gray, Owens-bor- lanta, Ga., to Birmingham, Ala., to hood Mona Robertson Beauchamp was called from her short life on October Walter, which means that The Bank of Jas. S. Younger, West Point. hold the same position as head draughts- 10th, to her home, we trust, where sad Hardinsburg and Trust Company will ness caused by parting friends never man. Two-storcomes. Mona Robertson grew to woframe house on best continue to have charge of this estate. Mrs. West Dead. lows: Miss Ethel Woods left for Louisville manhood In Stephensport without a Claude Mercer represented The Bank residence street in West Point, Hardinsburg Team. Reba Shepherd, of Hardinsburg and Trust Co. Lodlburg, Nov. 4. (Special.) News Saturday for a visit before returning to blemish on her character, and counted Ky., 100x200 foot lot, one-haher friends by the number of her acRuth Chambliss, Ruth Kincheloe, Miss has been received of the death of Mrs. her home in Chicago. quaintances. suitable for. another residence. Taylor. Stuart, Eliza Walker West, of Knob, California, on A Wonderful Old Sow Miss May Watlington, of Irvington, She was married September 21, 1010, Cloverport Team. Eula McCracken, Iron fence in front entire lot 27th. Mrs. West was formally to Forest Beauchamp, a kind week Near Cloverport. October Anderson Grant, daughter spent theMrs. N. end with her parents, whose affection was displayed husband and on Isabelle Burn, Leonora McGavock, in every Miss Ruth Mr. and Watlington. corner side. Shade treesj detail pertaining to her comfort. No Mary McGavock, Bertha Perkins. E. Frank Carter, farmer, dealer in of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grant, of this and pretty lawn. Front stops Miss Ida Kennedy is visiting her sis- expense or personal ease seemed too Hardinsburg Boys. Curtis, Thomas, live stock, fruit and poultry, says that place. Bssides the father and mother great a sacrifice for him in his efforts and walk approach of asphalt. ter in Louisville. Gibson, Driskell, Evans. he has a wonderfully prolific old brood there are four brothers and four sisttrs life of his Dr. L. B. Moremen and Green Ban- to sustain the 'levotion of companion. Residence has three largo bed Cloverport Boys Jolly, Pate, Adams, sow. October 1911, she was the mother with a host of friends to mourn for her. the heartThe untiring dy, of Irvington, were in town last broken widowed mother, whose vigils Hall. Hawkins, rooms above stairs and one store of thirteen perfect pigs, her first litter. She was twenty-twyears of age, and at her daughter's bedside, and the seven Five months later in March, came was born in this county. She spent all week. room. Parlor, living room, weeks solicitous care of infant Mr. and Mrs. Davis Dowetl spent Chas. Chapin Dead. another thirteen, and a few days ago, her life here until two years ago, when wno survived her mother four dining room and kitchen below came her third litter for the year, six- she and her husband went to California Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Huston Le days, piesents a sad case of physical prostration, almost unable to bear her stairs. All rooms supplied with man of teen in number this time. This is why to live. The funeml and interment Grand, Garfield. Chns. Chapin, a burden of grief. closets. Front porch up and John Gibson returned Sunday from this county, died at his home on The Mr. Carter thinks it pays to keep brood took place at Redding, Cal. Funeral .service was conducted by sows. Cloverport where he had been for a Rev. Jones at the Baptist church in a down stairs. Dno side porch , Pike Sunday morning at three o'clock. visit to friends. and one back porch with nice touching tribute to the life and characHis death was caused by typhoid fever. Jones Mercer came home from Frank- ter, to her patience in suffering and her cistern on porch. House piped He leaves a wife, four sisters, Mrs. International Live Stock expressions of readiness to accept the Frank "Walker, Mrs. Chas. Compton, fort Sunday night so that he would be will of her Heavenly Father. Exposition at Chicago. for gas and also gasoline. Sink Mrs. Orrie Gorby, Mrs. Richard Hawhere in time to vote. Deceased had been a member of the in kitchen and all rooms papered Any one in Breckenridge county who Mrs. Larkin Gibson, of Cloverport, is kins and or.e brother, Ell Chapin. His Lee Bishop, of Louisville, is in town Baptist church since childhood, but the Call or write bright promising bud of a useful life years The funeral has never been to Chicago, should go the cuest of her mother, Mrs. Susan'! for a visit. age was forty-fou- r 30, and attend the Inter- Squires. November has been plucked by the unseen hand morning. was held Monday Miss Esther Meador spent Saturday of our all wise Father. The last sad national Live Stock Exchange at the Mrs Judith Dejarnette left Monday Union Stock Yards. It will be held for Hartford for a visit to Rev. and and Sunday with her parents, Dr. and rites were attended by many heartfelt Little Girl. symeathizers with the husband and MRS. A. E. TAYLOR, Mrs. Meador, Custer. until Deaember 7. It's a big and won- Mrs. E B. English. mother. One sister, Mrs. Frank Bryant, derful show, and great it would be for Mr. and Mrs. Minor Compton attend- of Stephensport, survives her. West Point, Ky. Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, The little girl who arrived at the the farmers of this county to attend. ed the Kichardson sale at Garfield Satwas in town Monday. home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kiel has urday. Popular Couple Wed. Miss Amelia Squires has returned been christened Annie Kiel. She was Joel H. Pile, of Louisville, was in C. T. Mc from Cloverport where she has been named for her aunt, Mrs. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Miss Sallie Marshall, of Skillman, town yesterday greeting all of his old for a visit to her brother, Barney Clanahan, of St. Louis. and Mr. Ralph Swonerland, of Plyfriends. mouth, Ind., will be married in LouisJ. Byrne Severs was here yesterday. Squires. Raymond Dowell spent Sunday with ville next Wednesday, after which Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English and Mr. D'Huy Dead. Silas Miller went to Hardinsburg to his brother, Will Dowell, near Garfield. they will come to Skillman for a week's son, livarts, Jr , returned to meir nome F. N. D'Huy, a former citizen of vote. Taylor Scott returned Sunday night stay before going to Plymouth to rein Hartford last Friday after a very Ph'elps has returned from ' David Cloverport, died in Deland, Fla., last pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin from Irvington where he has been for a side, where the groom is a prominent Tuesday. No particulars of his funeral visit. and promising young business man. D. Beard. have been received here. Mr. D'Huy All the passenger train men got to Mrs. Barnett is critically ill. Miss Marshall is the beautiful and atThe following were in Louisville leaves his wife, a iister of Mrs. James vote Tuesday. The following attended the basket tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. shopping last week: Mr. and Mrs. Gus sons, Joe Cordrey, of this city, and two W. B. Phelps returned from a busl- - Shellman, Mrs. Alvin Skillman and ball games , in Cloverport Saturday: Marshall, of Skillman, and is a most Misses Anna and Jennie Kincheloe. and Fred D'Huy, and one daughter, ness trip Saturday. son, John M. Skillman, Dr. and Mrs. Isabel Gardner, Hallie and Fanny Lee popular young lady. Hancock Clarion. Miss Lynn D'Huy. Do you live on a certain allow-"Mrs. Pius Fackler, Irvington, has 120 Tohn E. Kincheloe, Prof. R. Y. Maxey, Brown, Howard Hook, Hobart Shell-maance each month, or do you Thave Gilbert Macy, Wm. Evans, Robt. Mrs. Gus Brown and daughter, Miss turkeys for the markeu Mr. May Accomodating. money to spare?" Do you have Curtis, James Howard Gardner, Willard Pi. M. Chambllss, of Ekron, was at Hallie Brown, and Mrs. Morris Beard. Driskell and Prof. Po,rscythe. The to figure close to make ends meet Ernest Haswell In Brussels J. A. May, who delivers all the ex- Hardiusburg on business Monday. Miss Tula Daniel attended the Mis- girls lost their game but the boys won. or do you waste money on idle press and freight in town, is most care Mrs. J. J. Tilford and Mrs. M. sion meeting' of the Owensboro district pleasures? ful and accomodating, and (he town is that met in Cloverport last week. Brooks went to Fordsvhle Saturday. Annual Treat. In any case you cannot afford glad to have such a man in the place Miss Delia Kincheloe is visiting In This is the first time since I left HarMrs. Manual Brooks, of Irvington, to be without a bank account. he fills. Edward L. Pate treated the Breck- dinsburg that I have had any home was the guest of Mrs. Roily Mitchell Louisville. No matter how small your salary enridge News office to a large basket life. I enjoy being with the 'LaPara-deEfficiency. last week. Senator Gus Brown has returned of fine apples yesterday. The Mrs. Tierney's you can and SHOULD have a lit: annual whom I knew in Cincinnati. The tie here and a little there jnorder W. N. Head, Louisville, was here from Dawson Springs very much Im- treat from Mr. Pate is always appreMrs. James Tierney is another one of whole bunch is congenial. I am feeling to provide for the future. If you Monday enroute to his old home, Union proved in health. ciated. Mr. H. V. Harris, of Louis- fine. Thanks to Mrs. Cloverport's efficient women a woman LaParade's spend your money foolishly, you, Dr. Wm. L. Milner, of Union Star, ville, said they were the finest apples who can get results, Since last De- Star, to vote. cooking, which is the best I ever tasted. can soon get out of the habit by he had ever seen grown in Kentucky. cember she has sold $91 SI worth of Mack A. Frymlre, of Chenault, was was in town Saturday. That along with the excellent and depositing a little each week or produce. Besides all this she canned the guest of his sister, Mrs. D. H. SeAllen Burton, one of Rock Vale's cheap vegetables to be had in Brussels each month. e gallons of fruit this last sum- vers, last week. farmers, was in town on business Satwill make me fat yetl Brother Lewis Pleased. mer. One of her neighbors said if all Persistent saving, with the William Tabellng, of Witchlta, urday. Ernest LaParade's knowledge of the In renewing his subscription to The liberal interest we. add, will Kans , is visiting his brother, Chas. Mrs. Nicholas Sheeran and children languaged has been of greatvalue to make the account grow surprisTabellng, at Tarfork. have returned from a visit to her father, Breckenridge News the Rev. Mr. Frank us all. At the academy there are four Lewis writes he Is getting along fine In ingly fast. Oscar Burch, of Keewanee, 111. Allen Long, of Louisville, is visiting or five people who speak English. With his new charge, and had a 91.00 will do to start with. his sister, Mrs. Hendrick, and aunt, Forest Lyons, of McQuady, was a generous reception at Scotts-vill- the rest of us it is like being in a deaf Mrs. Hllllary Hardin. visitor in town Saturday. and dumb Institute, but I shall soon learn enough French to get along1 Brabandt, the photographer, was in James Shumate, of Custer, whose nicely. We have met two girls from name has been on the News list for 30 town last week. South Africa who speak very good years, was in Hardinsburg last MonFor reliable jewelry and watches, The Bank, English. Tonight we are going to see day. He is hale and hearty at 80. write or call to see me personally for them. There are also two girls at Wade Pile, the mer- advice, repairing or purchases T. C. Hardinsburg, Ky. school 'who have studied in Glascow, Is very ill with pneu- Lewis, Hardinsburg. chant at Mook, Scotland. They learned English there. monia, lie was taken HI about a week Charlie Miller, deputy warden, of " Glascow Is pronounced ago. His condition is reported serious. Eddyville, came up to vote for Wilson. the last sylable pronounced like "cow," New Boarding House. J. M. Lewis and Ed Whitehead, conRobert Moorman, of Vanzant, was in spelled with a "g." tractors, have just finished a fine school town on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell have! Today being Sunday the street piA house In Toblnsport. It is a one story s opened a boarding house at OrShade Nichols, a member of the anos and street singers are out In full frame 2SxS0, with a basement the en- phan's Brigade, now one of the In Irvington. It Is a brand new "No third terra for us J" Clover- force. There Is always some of them tirMICR. All tVin ft.mtclltnrra na .AU tire length. It Is equipped with all the mates of the Confederate Home, came 75 under our balcony. Here all stores and down. to vote. shows are kept open on Sunday, It is rooms heated by furnace, and they are . large, well ventilated and clean, Than the big day all over the city. Dr. Royalty has Installed apparatus JCv table is bountifully supplied, the coofcJ for the administration of gas in tooth M ing good; In short it Is an ideal pt Hi extraction. Simple Services. for the weary traveler to rest his waaqfj Rufus St. Clair, of Webster, was in Utlca, N. Y., November a. In the nones. town Saturday. presence of the President, members of WILL PAY CASH the Cabinet, Senate and House, Mike Miller and John O'Reilly were and men and women from every In Owensboro Thursday on business. walk of life, final honors were paid today Robert Moorman, of Glen Dean, to James Schoolcraft Sherman, Vice President of the United. States. In deCoal, spent the day in town Saturday. ference to the wishes expree,ed by SherMiss Hannah Beard left Wednesday man before his death and the desire of Write at once to for Lorena, Texas, where she has a po the family, the funeral was simple and without ostentatious display. The pubsltion to teach expression. JNO. D. BABBQE, lic services in the First Presbyterian Ky. J. F. Jarboe, of Chenault, was la ehurch were brief aud the burial ia Ctovwpwt, Ky. Forrest Hill cemetery followed. 1 towa Saturday. mmmmmmwmzJmmmmmmmm-xtMMtwo-ce- Democratic President. Mrs. Tierney is also a dear lover of the Breckenridge News. She modern Improvements. will stop eating any time to get to read Miss Eunice Jennings, teacher of tho it. Bookkeeping Department of the Daviess County Business College, Owens-borFred Walters Estate Will visited Mr. and Mrs. John Miles, Remain in the Hands of Irvlngton, Saturday. 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