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The Breckenridge news: November 13, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912111301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 13, 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. W'WyfPW'WWIf WMQP "T- " If T" ''V " THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S VOL. XXXVII POOLED Of FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1912. THOS. LEWIS DEAD. Pages No. 19 TOBACCO Green River District May Not He Voted Tuesday Morning and eral Died the Next Be Sold Before January 1. Held at St. Rose Interment Difference in Prices Fixed--WhTakes Place at Hardinsburg. Buyers Will Offer. Day-Funat -- There is a strong probability now that 'the sale of the tobacco pooled with the Green River Tobacco Growers Associa tion and the American Society of Equity Home Warehouse Company will .at be made before the latter part of December and possibly not until after '.the first of the year. The samples tor the 1912 crop have been on exhibition at the headquarters othe various associations for several days, and have been inspected by rep- resentativea of the American Tobacco rvimnanv (lAllncrher. Imoerial. lohn ; Xoss and Continental, and representa tives of other concerns. None of the teuvers have offered to purchase any of the tobacco yet! and it is not likely that the associations will close any deal at any time real soon, as it is understood that there is some difference in the nrice that will be offered by the buyers licompared with the price paid last year. AC ik' T T. 1. &ilU 4ln. Ida fAAt t IS l,1 lUUb l"3 M'"" If fll" nas nxea ine pnto wo oumc sociation &s that of last year. SO to $10, but that from the samples shown of this year's crop, me Duyers are nut wuuug iu y f that price, and likely not over 6 to 3. $ It is admitted by the buyers and some members of the association that the to- ' bacco is not as good as last year's crop, . because it has neither the weight, color nor length, and for that reason the buyers claim that they should not be ex pected to pay the same price as last year. k The price has also been fixed by the u American Warehouse Company, whicn Is tho dght to be the same as that of last vear. though L. JN Kooertson, secre- Ftfli y of the association, refused to state Avtfloner or not tins was true, um aaiu that he would have something to give out to the public within the next few days. The rain a few days ago brought out a snort stripping season, and some of the tobacco was stripped and is ready ' for market, when the tobacco is again put in season. This, however, cannot be rushed to the market until the tobacco is sold, and just when the sale will be made is a question now that probably will not be decided for some time. Owensboro Inquirer. -T? --- Thos. W. Lewis died at his home in this city last Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Mis death was unexpected, although his health had been failing rapidly since last May. Mr. Lewis was up town Tuesday and was one of the first to vote. He did not become ill until late that evening. The funeral took place at St. Rose church at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, Father Henry officiating. Among those who attended from a distance were: Mrs. Frank McGary and Mr. Lon Rhodes, of Hardinsburg; Walter Rhodes and Herbert McGary, Misses Nannie and Nell Head, of Owensboro. The body was taken to Hardinsburg for interment. Services were held in the church, cqnducted by Father Norman, and the burial took place in St. Romuald's cemetery. The were: Will, John and 'Nelse Jolly, Her bert and John McGary and Robert Rhodes. They were nephews of Mr. Lewis. Mr. Lewis was born near Hardinsburg, and was seventy six years old. Forty seven years ago he married Miss Isabelle Rhodes, whom he leaves with two daughters, Mrs. William Dorst and Miss Florence Lewis. He was the brother of George and Henry Lewis and Mrs. Lucy Brown, of Hardinsburg. pall-beare- is HT r H? ' '' BaKingPowder AbsolutelyPure - Royal - i M3' ffln H "' iPV- The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking- powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking Jh the world today is done with Royal Blir &. ! -iV J " f -' $ P?'' w&y3gfe: 9Ek v x K3fe!r HHH&u. 'f i lH lsm&i - BI 1 H H l Baking Powder, BAPTIST MISS HANNAH BEARD vh-.--- -. ' CHURCH NOTES. the box ready to send off next week. of the Pleasant Visitors. The News had the pleasure of a vis-- It from Mrs. Mary Brown, of Kirk, a Miss Theresa Mattingly and Miss Brown Pumphrey Saturday. Mrs. has the school at Kirk with an enrollment of seventy-si- x scholars. She is in love with her work and the task to teach such a number does not1 seem hard to her. Miss Mattingly, who is quite a young teacher, has the school and boards at the hospitable home of the Pumphreys. Ma-liss- Nolte's New Wagon. Methodist Church Notes. Wednesday nicrht the monthly church conference will be held and Brother Walker is especially desirous that all the men of the church as well as the pfllcers be present. Reports from every department of the churchwlll be glv en. New druggets ooo a and fresh painting have brightened the class rooms of Mrs Robert Pierce and Miss Susette - Sawyer. ooo ooo $ 6s Susette Sawyer will lead the Sunday night. had a bright ind joyous meeting Sunday with Miss elen Kingsbury as leader. The topics re China and Table Manners. Inter- ting talks and papers were given on subiects. Three new memoers re enrolled. Miss Marguerite Walk- Miss Eff was made first Preston Jarboe Improving. laabeth Robards, second Preston Jarboe, of Hardlni.burg, who it. will have charee of the Baby Babies will be enrolled by nas been ill with rheumatism for five division. cents which weeks, is improving. He is now able ic payment of twenty-fivtitles them to five years membership. to get around with u chulr and crutch. Hi's many friends hope to see him at his place of business soon. Tit. For Tat. The Clover Blossoms vice-preside- J. C. Nolte & Bro. have a new delivery wagon, three hundred pounds lighter than the old one. Sometime ago Mrs. Ben Duncan told the firm that Miss Harbour. and their wagon was a horse-killthat hustled them up to relieve their faithful servants. Kindness to dumb The Hii;h School play Friday night animals is becoming greater everyday. will be the result of the eillcient work of Mis Bessie Harbour. "The people Boys Have Big Time have been so nice to me here, I would like make 'Cloverport my Celebrating the Victory. really saidto Miss Harbour to Tne home," Three nights last week the coming Breckenndge News. But that Is "way Democratic voters of Cloverport had u up in Iowa" at Greenfield, and she is big celebration of the victory. They the daughter of Mr. and Mr. H. J. paraded the streets, blowing horns and Harbour of that place. She has studied giving hilarious hurrahs for Wilson. in Chicago and Omaha, Neoraska. Thursday night they had abigbonfue Her platform work has met with sucand shot off powder by the wholesale. cess in her home state and in Indiana, where her time has been spent since Beautiful Flowers. leaving college. "Fourth of July" at Mrs. Frank English and Miss Mildred Babbage are proud of the handsome chrysanthemums in. bloom in .their homes. They are the result of much attention and the admiration aroused !! by their size and quality is quite compensating. Mrs. English has the Queen 9k rj feiF Victoria and Miss Babbage has the xi? Alice Roosevelt. Among the colors are garnet, lavendar and yellow. er (- understanding that which she has tained in music and voice, Miss Beard has a rare personality. She is radiant Friday a message was received by with life, and et, her disposition is Mr and Mrs Taylor Berud.of Har- charact- rized with sympathy and gendinsburg. from their daughter, Miss tleness. Hannah Beard, saying that she had arrived snfe and was delighted with the A sweet little lesson that Miss people and Texas. Bearitbj-ough- t home from the East is Miss Beaid's acceptance of a posi- appealing to the girl who wants to be tion In the educational circles of Lo Irresistibly charming. She said that rena Texas, is the culmination of whenever her anxiety or engerness thorough college training and a stead- would become too intense that oue of fast ambition to make use of her ac- the New York Instructors would say to complishments. From childhood she her In a quieting tone: "Love, Joy and was under an excellent music teacher Peace." Trjis is a glimpse of the cultIn her home town, then she entered a ure and beautiful impressions that Virginia college and last year took a Mis3 Beard has had Those who are course in New York city. sensitive to the true and lovely tnings With diligence she perfected her gift of life may come in touch with them as a Reader which Will be her special in the ssociatlon with her, and the young girls of Texas who are to be her work in the Lo e Star State. Besides, being capable of imparting pupils, are fortunate Indeed. Miss Beard. at- -- post-graduat- e - pressed with her refinement and simplicity of manner. She is a plain, common sense girl with artistic talents. Somehow, one likes her right at first, then she wins your encouragement and that brings her success. Miss Harbour is a reader and also accomplished In voice and piano. The Sunday School Is doing fine work since it was graded. The attendance is large, the teachers and pupils are more interested because the school is well organized and each has a definite task; then the character of work is much improved bince the introdi ction of the graded series of lessons. The banner attendance is 147. We had 131 last Sunday. The scarlet fever scare in the west end of town kept some away. All of the classes have selected .their class names and pins, and are or. ganized for the work of the class. The organized classes, names and teachers are as follows: T. E. L. Class, ( Timothy, Eunice, Lois), Mrs. Heyser, teacher; The Birean Class, Bro. The Agoga Class, Bro. Nelson, teacher; The Fidelis Class, Miss Evelyn H!cks, teacher; The Baraca Class, Bro. Keitn, teacher; The King's Messengers Mrs. Lfghtfoot, teacher; The Always Ready Class, Mrs. Cottrell, teacher; The Overcomers, Bro. Squires, teacher; The King's. Daughters, Miss Maggie Wroe, teacher; The King's Sons, Bro. Lishen, eacher; The Cheerful Helpers, Mrs. Tousey, teacher; The Truth Seekers, Mrs. Chapin, teacher; The Up Streamers, Bro. Hawkins, teacher; The Wide Awakes, Mrs. Cord-reteacher. v, There will be a service In the interest League of the State at the Methodist church next Sunday night participated in by all the churches of Cloverport. Assistant Superintendent D. W. White, of Louisville, will be the speaker. There will be no service at the Baptist church at night on account of this service in the interest of temperance. At the morning hour the pastor will make a report of the meeting of the General Association which meets at Madisonville this week. Anti-Saloo- n HI The pastor and Bro. Wm. Gibson will attend the General Association which convenes Tuesday night and continues until Friday noon. Each church in the Breckenridge Association is entitled to one messenger and five for the association at large. Bro. Gibson is the messenger from the church and the pastor from the association. In the Leonard meeting be choir absence of the pastor Bro. Oelze will conduct the prayer Wednesday night. There will practice after prayer meeting., Mr. Steel Wesley Steel, one of Cloverport's oldest citizens, continues ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sam Conrad. Mr. Steel has been missed at the News office where he called faithfully every week to get The Western Recard, ' Louisville Club Sold - to Louisville Men. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 0. A deal for the sale of the Louisville club of the American association, which has been pending for several days practically was closed today. According to avail able information William Grayson, of St. Louis, has agreed to sell to William F. Knebalkamp, Capt. William Neal and O. H. Watson, local men, fcr $100,. 000. It is believed that John J. a Louisville man, will manage the team next season. 1S 1fMrNRF Jt HP?T ii ?vQii L At the business meeting last Wednes day night a committee was appointed to make up a Thanksgiving box for the Baptist Orphans' Home at Louisville.. There are one hundred In the home to be cared for by the Baptists of the State and the Cloverport church wants to share in this noble work. The members of the committee are: Mrs. Tousey, chairman; Mrs. Lightfoot, Mrs, Kramer, Mrs. Wm. Gibson, Mrs. L. II. Perkins and Mrs. Chapin. They will canvass the church this week and have The Women's Missionary Society was largely attenaed and delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs. Wm. Gibson Monday afternoon. Mrs. Conrad and Mrs. Cottrell read some interestinc se lections, from the Mission Journal. Mrs. Lightfoot made her annual report as treasurer which showed a substantial year's work, and a balance of $35 iu the treasury. Mrs. Fitch, the treasurer of the Foreign Mission fund, reported $25 sent off during the year, and $21 balance in the treasury. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Mrs. A. B. Sklllman, president; Mrs. R. L. Oelze and Mrs. E. O. Mrs. Fannie Cottrell, Tousey, secretary; Mrs. F. P. Payne, treasurer, and Mrs. J. N. Cordrey, treasurer of the foreign fund. The society meets with Mrs. Fitch next month. s; vlce-pres- i- Pay Your Taxes Your City and School tax-e- s e &f: kV? ' iw f 'i The Market. The hog receipts of over 10,000, Monday caused a big drop iu prices, tops selling at 7.53. Sheep aud 'cuttle were steady Dr. A. H. Waterman, of Chlcago,who the husband of Cissie Loftus, attend- E the wife of his pastor, who was dan- ferously ill. The patient recovered, d the pastor was grateful for the efforts of the doctor. X mouth or so after his wife's recov-jtb minister met the doctor on the ug After the Postoffice. There are several applicants for (he postoffice at Glen Dean. Petitions are being circulated and them is quite n rivalry among the applicants. The present postmaster, T. L. Curtis, n Republican, is an applicant. Following are. the names, of the Democratic apWt. plicants: Jesse Howard, Ernest Rob'Doctor," heBaid, "I have had no ertson, Mrs. Joe Jones and Mrs. Florfrom you. Please send me one " ence Moorman. "Oh, that's all right! smiled the doc- y LittlejGirl Dies. Edith Ward, the precious little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ward, died Sunday morning of heart failure. Her age was six years. The body was taken to Butler county for burial. are now due. If not paid by December 1st they will be subject to a penalty of 6 per cent and 6 per cent interest ' 'But, doctor." Misted the minister, 1 strongly in this matter. If there y oae debt I owe. it te to you for Bg my wife. You Tvere so good" 'Now look herd" interrupted the ctor. "Let u go. Ttte fast is, i y on t wvTK jj yvur iu out of Heaven than you work all time to keep n out of toll and U call it aqurl" 1 New Engines. The L , II. & St. L, K. R. engines are being received here. Three came Monday, 31, 32, 33 and Com-pany- nrur Her Money Either Way. do you write Mrs. Knlcker-W- hy MISS HARBOUR home for more money? Mrs. Docker a. good h three nwe.wlll follow soon from Phil- the Cloverport Opera House will be the If George Is havingif he Isn'ttime having adelphia. Mr, Randall is very proud of first performance MIh Harbour has di- owes it to me. and a good time lie has saved It New them rected In Kentucky. York Fourth of July is a comedy depleting Those who have been associated with Thought once awakened doee sot scenes --4$n old fashioned Fourth of Miss Harbour Is preparation for the chool intertalowaat, have been Im again slumbsr.-Carly- le. July celebration. 's L. V. CHAPIN, City and School Tax Collector Sun.J TWW ?WI'JJI rumfffppgrrprjyi WWTWWTV& ryv. " v v Wf p "n"NPHPwi'wi''fwii ,r'n,w"iFjiiiiMm 'I'd- - POPULAR AND ELECTORAL VOTE FOR PRESIDENT Wilson State. Alnbnma Arlrcna Arknimns California Colornrto 2 3 nHcvelt S d? Taft E o E Debs a p c 2 , 12 es.ROO t .. I 5T 5 s 3 5" 8,350 4,755 30,400 " p en .. .. .. ? Chafln B o ? c ET , . 3 9 13 10,,3 90,200 312.2M 105,000 73.001 21,0(10 Connecticut Delnwnro 6 7 Florida Oni-Kl- , 3 $ 14 I IW.ono Mnho Illlliols ice.405 43,no 40.1.527 29 IS 13 10 Indlnna 'own Knnm KIM 231.S55 115,000 ijulxlnna Mnlno Kentucky , is 10 6 8 191,47 C5.000 60.916 112,122 .. .. .. .. Maryland MlcliUfan .Minnesota JllsMmlppI Missouri .... Jtancluiott8 ,13 10 170,903' 210,000 101.W0 .. 15 12 19.000 11,335 37,550 329.315 78.000 33.54U 13.000 7,000 28.752 2S.0O0 390. 1M lti.OOO 216.531 103,000 93.036 13,750 4S.3S7 57,679 140.152 250.000 116,000 5.000 Montana Nebraska Kcvnda New Ilnnipslilre New Jersey New Mexico New York Ohio is i 8 3 4 3B1.9M 44,930 .. 14,2S3 lld.000 R.S54 2240 7,41)0 6,112 '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 4 .. .. .. i. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Sj$3 75,000 67,253 12,000 8,000 9,97 43,000 266,1 2 132,000 155,743 O0.CO0 93,133 4.Q00 26,304 64,643 1531255 14 3 45 12 S 24 10 34,S4fl 16S.0OJ 27.0M .. .. .. 33 1012 1M.C00 22.000 3S1.S00 50.000 27,600 233.664 22,(K0 443.7AS North Cnrollna North Dakota to,Mt 1JO.O0O .. .. .. .. Oklahoma I'ennsylvnnln nhode Island South Cnrollna South Dnkota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Vfkat Virginia TVUoonHln Oregon 5 C 9 12 20 35.000 44S.700 120.000 24,430 407,417 30,299 60,000 55,000 121,000 220,000 35,000 15,397 TS.fi.Sl 190,000 7.600 3.000 21S.9S6 27.760 55.000 3,705 33,105 110.000 15,000 477.274 35.000 25,000 312.CO0 5 16.433 1.200 60,000 7S.606 47.500 13.000 22,323 126.2K3 72,945 33.000 3,000 4.32S.E56 ..' 90,000 22.410 315,145 27,755 3.000 55.000 33,000 40.000 23.247 21.131 75,143 55.114 173,500 16,000 3,763,195 2.600 180 7,550 8.5O0 10.400 2.693 472 4,220 926 7.SC0 C5.000 21,000 20.000 20,000 E.S06 3,500 1.S20 2.891 19.S07 17,733 19,731 1.001 20,000 12,507 6,777 2,107 1,442 17.S05 1,056 44,000 684 2,870 43.292 27,504 10,876 100.000 I .. .. R Side niliston, Vn. "I feel it my duty to express my thanks to you and your prent medicine. I was a suirercr from female troubles nntl hnd been confined in bed over one third of my t'.me for ten months. I could not do my housework and hnd fnintinp spells so that my husband could' not leave mo nlonc for five minutes at a tune. " Now 1 owe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Ulood Purifier. Whenever I sec a suffering- woman 1 want to tell hct what these medicines have done for mo and I will always speak a good word for them." Mrs. Roueict llLASKENsim', Elllston, Montgomery Co., Va. - ll For "ijuaiiiy's sane" use lLf ! . l Lewispprt 743 74 BEST IT X EANS Flour .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,306 14.2JC 6.2M S.620 802 1,423 1.131 2,420 34,364 18,250 10,402 6,307 6.409 PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write lo us 30 1,650 3,681 4,620 18,607 13,711 735 5.500 1,007 6,352 107 1.0S7 6,307 501 26.6J0 476 1.S07 13,007 2,754 3,606 20.502 1,105 503 4.C02 631 1.S50 972 1,242 5,300 5,620 13,540 94 2S2.321 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. When shown positive and reliable proof that .a certain remedy had cured "many cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the samc""trouble ? Here are five letters from southern women which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. LETTISH FItOat VIRGINIA. - LEWISPORT MILL CO. Lwisport, Kentucky S?K-S?i?-?XS 1.930. 108 3.407 2,342 11,550 6,720 1,123 1.720 17.426 20,000 60,000 2.300 74S.5S3 12 8 13 .. 7 94,130 111.849 213,500 IG.20O .. .. .. .. 8 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I ! $ ij COTTON SEED MEAL Coal, Hay and Grain ' FOR SAT .W.. . " T Hardinsburfl, Ky. -- i New Orleans, La. "I was passing1 through the Change of Life and before 1 took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was troubled with hot flashes, weak and dizzy feelings, backache and irregularities. I wohld get up In the morning feeling tired out and not fit to do anything. " Since I have been taking your Compound and Blood Purifier I feel all LETTER FROM LOUISIANA. I HESTON, 3a Your medicines are worth their weight in gold." Blondeau, 1541 Polymnla St., Now Orleans, La. right. Mrs. Gastox i WHITWORTH & CO. WyomlnK 3 445 .. .. Total G.497.S90 77 Make Up of Sixty-thir- d Congress. Sena- Governors Elected, Their Party Affiliations and Pluralities. Colorado B. K. Amnions, Represent- toms, headache, backache, bearing-dowand discomfort in walking, caused by female troubles. "I got two bottles of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a package of Sanative Wash and that was all I used to make mo a well woman. "I am satisfied that If I had dono like a good many women, and had not taken your remedies, I would have been a great sufferer. But I started in timo with the right medicino and got Well. It did not cost very much either. I feel that you are a friend to all women and I would rather use your remedies than have a doctor." Mrs.MA.TTiK IIodsot, Box 400, Wauchula, Florida. n, LETTER FROM FLORIDA. Wauchula, Fla. " Some timo ago I wroto to you giving you my symp ?7;K?a?a?sss PERMANENT fiardinsburg, ::: H. E. ROYALTY DENTIST Cumb. Phone 18. Residence Shollman House ,i Kentucky atives. Stales. Alabama rlzona Arknnsan California Colorado tors. o 3 ? ? B P 10 1 ? .. .. 5 a to '2 2 2 Connecticu- tDelaware-Char- Democrat Plurality. 20,000 7,000 1,605 30.000 7SG Simeon E. Baldwin, Democrat les 7 6 1 Florida-Pa- rk Idaho-Joiiunois-Edw- R. Miller, Republican. LETTER FROM AVEST VIRGINIA. Martinsburg, V. Va. "I am glad to say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done wonders for my mother, daughter and myself. " I have told dozens of people about It and my daughter says that when she hears a girl complaining with cramps, she tells her to take your Compound." Mrs. Mary A. IIocKENiiEiutY, 713 N. 3rd St., Martinsburg, W.Va, Newport News, Va. "About five years ago I was troubled with such pains and bloating every month that I would have to go to bed. "A friend told me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I soon found relief. The medicine strengthened me in every way and my doctor approved of my taking it. "I will be glad if my testimony will help some one who is suffering from female weakness." Mr&.W. J. BlAYTon, 1020 Hampton Ave., Newport News, Va. Office Over Farmers Bank a r. 4 .. .. .. 2 hn ard Trammel!, Democrat M. Connecticut Dolawaro Plorlfla Ji'aho Illinois Incllnm Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana fleorRla 2 5 8 6 2 3 9 5 1 4 Haines, Republican..., F. Dunne, Democrat.... ANOTHER LETTER FROM VIRGINIA. The Love Letters of 12 20 13 2 S 1 Indian-a- 110,654 Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jerrey New Mexico New York Ohio Missouri Maine 8 9 2 3 1 3.. 9.. 7.. 1.. .. ..3.. 6 3 8 2 14 .. Samuel H. Ralston, Democrat 97 000 Iowa George J. Clarke, Republican. In doubt Kansas George II. Hodges, Democrat. .In doubt Massachusetts Hugene N. Foss, Democrat 48,650 uii'iiiKun Woodbrldgo Missouri Confederate General heroes to his sweetheart during the period of '61 to '65. This great general will go down to 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. You simply can't afford to miss this wonderful series an inside story of the Civil War now published for the first time and containing all m t r a .Ln r t i, ni;aiiiiL-s01 a cuiucmpurury Happening, win grip you naru, incsc Nint and hold vour interest from first to last. Fill nutlettersrnnnnn nnd send it thn now before you forget it. issue a in fifty real written WEofbegin ago the November ourover series years nationaP by one of love-letters 2 Whv 2 Minnesota A. O. Eberhart, Republican V. N. Ferris, Democrat 10,433 10.000 115,000 12.000 15.000 i't you try this reliab'' I 3 f i remedy? Montana-Sa- m Eliot W. Major, Democrat Stewart, Democrat lin WILSON CARRIES FORTY STA1E DEMOCRATS WILL HAVE CONTROL OF BOTH HOUSES OF NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. Nebraska New J. 2 13 3 2 2 3 22 2 19 1 Hampshire-Frank- II. Morehead, Democrat North Cnrollna North Dakota 30 10 20 .. .. 2 Oregon Oklahoma Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Plurality Doubtfut-- 2. 6.. 2 9 3 2 12.. 7 11 Ohio Worcester. Republican Legislature elects New York Wllllnm Sulzer. Democrat 150,000 North Carolina-Loc- ke Craig, Democrat 50,000 North Dakota L. B. Hanna, Republican 2,000 90,000 2,000 50,000 2,000 5.000 193.060 4,000 3,000 5,000 IS 2 1 .. 8.. .. 3 4 6 1 131 11 2.. 6.. 292 161 12 51 .. .. James M. Cox, Democrat Rhode Island-Theod- ore F. Greene. Democrat.. South Carolina-C- ole L. Blease, Democrat South Dakota-Fra- nk M. Byrne. "Republican.... Tennessee-B- en HIGHEST ELECTORAL VOTE Teas W. Hooper, Republican.... C. Oscar Washington-Ern- est Colquitt. Democrat Victors Capture 433 Electors Progressive Ticket Is Second In Race Republicans Have Two States.. WistPin Nen simper Union News Service. Cincinnati, O. The election of Tuesday, November 5th, resulted in the victory of a Democratic presidential ticket for the first time in 20 years. The tabulated vote will be found in another column of this issup. Kor tho first time In 18 years the cllanged from nepuimcan to uemo' crntic to overcome the Republican ma jority in the senate, the figures giving the victorious party a clear majority of two In the upper house of the na tlonal legislature, and Miles Polndex ter, elected from Washington as a Pro gressive, announcing that he will bolt the Republican caucus when he re turns to Washington. In addition to the election of suc cessors to Democratic senators now sitting Democrats will displace Republican senators from Oregon, New Jersey, Kansas, Colorado, Montana, Delaware and Nevada, and will fill the vacancy In Colorado with a man of their choosing. Bull Moose Is Second. When it became apparent that Wilson had swept the country main inter est centered in the race between Taft and Roosevelt, the party winning sec ond place gaining many advantages, such as representatives on nonpartisan commissions and on election boards. While tho Bull Moose ticket undoubtedly has an aggregate vote in the country much greater than that of tho regular Republicans, it came In third on Btate tickets in many important commonwealths, notably New York, Ohio and Illinois, and in the latter state tho election board Issue already has been decided in favor of the Republican organization. The strength of the Socialist vote is one of the features of the election, especially In the industrial centers of tho Middle West, where in more than one place Debs outran his three presidential rivals. The one national asset of the Socialist party, Representative Victor Berger, however, wont down to defeat in his efforts to secure from the Milwaukee district, and several Socialistic city governments were rebuked by tho voters by retirement from office. President Taft captures two states one in New England and the other in the far West. Roosevelt took one Eastern state, two from the Middle West and one from the far West and pno Pacific coast state. Wilson took all tho others. Four States Give Women Votes. Additional Interest was furnished In several states by the submission of woman's suffrage to the voters at the An a result four regular election. states, Michigan Oregon, Kansas and Arizona were added to the six wherein womeu already had tho ballot. With ten states giving to women equal political rights with men the friends oi tho movement claim that the nationwide success of woman suffrage is not far distant Prohibition was submitted in West Virginia and Colorado, winning in tho former and Buffering defeat in the latter. ... 1 1 9 The Pictorial V Review Co. V 222 Weit 39A St. New York Citr Pictorial Review FOR NOVEMBER 15 Cents a Copy X V One Dollar a Year Enclosed please 1 I find 25c. for which v please send me 1J.K. lor v $10,000 in Cash Prizes ana iioerai commissions to our sgent$. Ask for Particulars Nov., Dec. and Jan. . Lister, Democrat West Vlrglnln II D. Hatfield, Republican Wisconsin-Francis i Name. . '. E. McGoern. Republican I Address.. V THE PICTORIAL 222 REVIEW CO. West 39th St., New York City Popular Vote for President at Election of 1908. Taft. Bryan. Chafln. Debs. Rep. Dem. State. Pro. Soc. 25,303 C62 74.374 1317 85,554 57,791 1,151 6,750 Arkansas California .... 214.J90 127.492 11.770 2 6.7) 123,700 126,644 7.971 5.559 Colorado 2.3SO 6.113 Connecticut .. 112.815 63.255 2T f)7 22.0Ti 677 210 Delaware 1,356 31.101 10.654 3.747 Florida 41,692 Oeorglu "2.350 631 1.059 62657 3H.195 "001 6.403 Idaho 29.364 31,711 629.91 450.810 Illinois 3IR.991 33S.262 13045 13.476 Indiana 275.210 200,771 9.S37 8.287 Iowa 6,033 12.4J) Kansa l'7 216 161,201 Kentucky ....233,711 211.092 4.060 6.SS7 8.953 63.668 2.533 Louisiana 1,487 C0.9S7 35.403 Malno 1.753 116.513 115,903 Maryland 3.302 2.323 4.374 10.779 Massachusetts 265.9MJ 155.543 16,705 333.313 174.313 Michigan 11,527 Minnesota .... 195.835 109,401 10,114 14,469 Electoral Vote for President at Election of 1908. Democratic party has ..s,,at0- - Alnima Montana , Nebraska Nevada New Hump.... Ncwf York New Jersey . North Carolina Oklahoma .... Oregon Pennsylvania.. Rhode Inland. So. Carolina.. NorMi Ohio Mles'sNlppI Missouri ... ...'0 Dak.,.. G5.602 Texas 61.015 Utah 39.K2 Vermont 62 573 Virginia Washington .. lOrt.fta West Virginia. 137 W 247.747 Wisconsin 20.846 Wyoming 7,077,0216.406,182 Total 80. Dakota.,.. 67.4M Tennessee. ....118.519 4 505 346.915 32.333 126.997 10,211 63.111 070 265 213 114.824 67.741 572.312 110.558 62.530 745.779 43.912 3.963 60.876 315,881 29.X'6 131.019 10.fi.Vi 4,212 827 5,179 905 22.667 4.930 360 1,156 11.402 2.682 36,694 1,016 4.039 268 799 1.111 4.700 6.139 11,664 66 250.481 33.655 667.468 JSS 522 131.923 32.935 502,721 122.406 38.049 418,785 24.706 62.28S 40.266 135 819 216,737 42.601 11.496 82 946 58.001 111415 166.632 14,918 1.048 15.393 5,855 3.621 2,029 1.299 35.451 10.249 337 Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Jowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Vliglnla Wisconsin Wyoming Total New York captured the executive and legislative branches of Taft. Bryan. tho national government, and will be K. D. u In position to take positive control of 9 tho situation March 4. 10 5 7 3 5 13 3 27 15 13 10 6 2 16 14 11 18 3 4 For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This engine is in good condition; ha,s boon run Jabout years and is a bargain to anyone needing a stationary engine. Has all necessary pipes, gaeolino tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolinepurnp and a natural gas attachment. Reason for selling entirely too large for ray purpose. For further information call on or address .. 13 9 , .. CaIBBBbB .ibbbbbISmW'' "4bbbbbMbi A J? aJaJaJafaJJRh&A,' TaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTjfe. lBBHrJIh-f bbbbWiSV''.. ; OyA BBBBBBsV lJBBBBBBBBk m 4 6 KS i 10 .. ., 8 3 12 39 4 12 23 4 2.424 33.795 21.779 7.339 33.913 1,363 100 2.846 1,852 4,895 14.177 3.679 2S.164 1,715 412.330 v ;- .. V M& 'BBBBHH .vtsfe SBfp SijHlaiSa.' S y4BBBBra Jno. D. Babbage Cloverport, Ky. 34 4 4 .. .. .. .. 7 Cumberland Telephone No. 46. 9 13 18 3 4 BBBBBvB Woodrow Wilson, President-Elec- .BBBIBa Mt xBBBBBBBBHI BBBBBBBBBBH tmS V.BBBBBBBBBBBBBBH 12 5 7 13 3 321 ,, ,, Photographs! FOR THE BIRTHDAY GIFT 162 t above a Third avenuo luncheon, and ho went in to set the proprietor right "Yob," said the lunchroom man, "I know 'Bandewlcb.es' is wrong, but you see that aign attracts a lot of 'smart Alecks' into the store who want to teach me bow to spell and after they come they usually stop Ieg enough to order something. Wtet'U yours be?" New York Blgu Poor Spelling as a Lure. The critical oyo of a conscientious orthograpber was attracted by tlio and encouragements and culture, by 1892. In the overthrow of the Republican which he may fulfill the destiny of a mas, and until society Is brought to party; 18 Democratic governors were recognize and reverence this it will chosen out of the 27 voted fer. continue to groan under its preaoat Majority In Senate. lsrM. Ckaaalng. Men Need Help Not Charity. Thero is a higher duty than to build almshouses for the poor, and that is to save men from being degraded to the blighting influence of an almshouse. Man baa a right to something moro than bread to keep him from starving. He has a right to the aids Wdodrow Wilson's voto in tho electoral college will bo 433, William How-arTaft will have 8, and Theodore Hoosevelt Is credited with 90. The Wilson voto marks a now record In titttlonal elections, although his popular vote probably will be less than that of any president elected since d Cabinet and Other Sizes, Stylish and Artistic Mountings First-claFinishing and Enlarging. A Complete Stock of Photo Supplies Special Attention Given to Mail Orders ss M V Ull )FM bow m4 tfkMlpiUM Writ. Mall ALL orders to i w.tklr ,..... pri lift ti M.SAICttlOMI HWNfltU, it laUittWK0 t to ST. BRABANDT'S STUDIO FURSr vmhUt&hliitiiutttiikfiii-,., , Cloverport, Ky. ,ni-,- i t - iMMrm, I mi iMii'fli nil' lUW nilhiiiltlilfiii, Xi mmtmBtmjuunumm ' I "" ' l" Railroad Fares Rebated Out-of-To- customers receive 5 per cent discount up to the amount of railroad fare. wn RACON INCORPORATED a SQN Mail Orders Filled For advertised goods unless the article is entirely sold out when the order reaches us Bacon's Annual Thanksgiving Profit-Sharin- g Sale BEGINS MONDAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTEENTH AND CONTINUES UNTIL THANKSGIVING You Cannot Consistently Forego This Opportunity to Buy Dependable Merchandise ot Style and Quality in Many Instances at Less Than Wholesale Prices Lowered Prices on Colored Dress Goods Yes, lower by many degrees than those tlint prevail in general at this time of the year, nnd they arc all good fabrics that fashion says nro correct. up-to-da- Thanksgiving Linens Not the most expensive linens in the U'orld, but the best values in the country: and while wo are at this point, let u remind you that every piece is ust as ndver-tise- d every value just as represented. Seeing is believing. Exceptional Values in Black Dress Goods When wo ay exceptional, wo say it advisedly, for they cannot he duplicated anywhere. To buy now means to save much money. Regular 50c Colored Dress Goods The 36-in- ch service-givin- g stylish kind, such as Choice , 36-in- ch 36-in- ch Zibelines nil colors rirfin nnd Fnncy Whipcords Fancy Sharkskins All colors Plain and Fancy Storm Serge h flp 33 yard fZfif-- 35c Bleached 50c Bleached 65c Bleached Upio a $1.00 Damask for Damask for Damask for Damask for Hemstitched Tablecloths Regular $1.25 Black Goods. . Such splendid coat and dress fabrics ns 51 19c n 35c n 04 40c a yard wide. 69c Is t'4 11 $1.25 w 52-in- Wool Serges; In all the colors that nre now populnr; regular 75c goods for, a yard 52-Inc- JVC Regular $1.25 Colored Dress Goods High-grad- e , yard yard wldoj lneh'.-- i Choice of several good patterns. Inches This tlnm.isl; cliolcoor patterns. a yard each Grass Rleachcd nnd They nro Vi yds long "i Inches wldo nil worth si 00. inch Black Serge inch All wool Chiffon Broadcloth.. men hnncv Homespuns. Clay Serge. All-woes ... 85c The Yard stylish, serviceable fabrics, such as Storm Serges . Choice HERE IS SOMETHISG EXTRAORDINARY DON'T MISS IT wide; this serge sells nt all Black Wool Serge times at 75c; during this sale it will .sell nt, Hflp JUL a yard 54-in- All-woAll-wo- ol 52-in- Plain Chiffon Broadcloth Fancy Homespuns All colors High class suit and dress fabrics; such as UJl yard O Handsome $1.50 and $1.75 Table Damasks Regular $1.50 Black Goods. High-class Regular $1.50 Colored Dress Goods 54-in54-in- 54-in- 54-in- Clay Seiges Cheviots Corduroy Unfinished Worsteds .. Choice fi?"l "Iff P yard 95c The all-line- n; We can consistently fray these are the finest table linens we have ever offered at 95c a yard and we believe them to he the Jincst ever offered in Louisville at the price. They are 72 in. wide; double weave and are to bo had in a variety of new and attractive designs. 95c i The Yard $1.15 ol suit and dress fabrics such as Clay Serges. h 51 inch Corduroys. 54-In- 54 inch Unfinished Worsteds. Cheviots. All-wo- Elack Serge 52 and coat and dress fabric that is worth yard; special tor this sale at All-wo- wide; a $ 25 a good'ser-viceabl- e 7Rp lub Good, Warm Blankets At Little Prices Nursery Blankets for 68c. For use in baby bugcies, etc ; Teddy Bear, Cat, Size 30x50 inches. Bird and othet designs, 39c h Most Remarkable Offering In Silks! i 75c to $1.00 Silks Will Be Sold At 39 .Mes-salines Comfortable Comforts Are Priced Very Low $1.50 Comforts for 85c Each Large size Comforts; filled with good white cotton and covered with a good printed material; 50 drzen to sell at, each 85c Certainly every one can afford a new silk waist or dress for Thanksgiving and the holidays that are soon to follow when stylish serviceable silks can be bought as cheap as this. The assortment comprises such desirable silks as 22 and 10 inch Fancy Moire, Roman Stripe Taffetas, Fancv Messalines, Ribbon Stripe Messalines and Brocaded with autumn leaf effect; silks that are worth from 75c to J1.00, this sale at .'(90 a yard. $2.50 Blankets for $1.45 Pair. Plain tan or plain white with fancy borders. size There are extra good value. 114 50c Hessaline 35c plain Massaline Silks in a complete line of shades, including white and cream. We sell this silk regularly at 50c; during this sale we will sell it at, a vard 35c $.1.25 Plaid Silks 59c They are 27 inches wide and are particularly good for women's waists and children's dresses; quite a variety of styles from which it will be an easy matter to select a suitable style. -goods 65c to 75c Silks 39c Here is another instance where you can secure good silks at a price. rd fancy Silks, also navv blue messalines in fancy stripes; 65c to 7,sc silks for 39c cottonIg-in- ch Jnc-qua- $2.50 Comforts for $1.50 Each These fine warm large size Comforts a'e filleJ with white, soft, fleecy cotton and covered with n fine quality ot sateen in floral des'gns. $7.00 Blankets for $5.00 Pair. W ol Blankets; all white with pink or blue border and 2 in all silk binding in pink or blue. Assuredly great value. 12 4 $6.50 Eiderdown Comforts $4.95. Verv fine, very soft, verv warm and will last for years; covered with fine French sateen in an assortment of floral designs. First Floor-- J. Bacon & Sons. Women's Stylish Winter Garments ALL-WOO- L One-ha- lf WINTER COATS $ The Real Values Range $10. $12.50 and $15 all-wool 7. r 50 75 , than real values TAILORED COAT SUITS $17.- all-wo- to One-thir- d Less 75 The Real Values Range $14.96, 50 and $19.75 At the bargtiin prico of $7.50 vou huvo choice of more than twenty of tho season's best styles in hno Winter Coats, raado of cheviot, boucle, chinchilla nnd other novelty cloakings in all regular sizes for misses', women and stout figures. Certainly your good buying judgement will importune you to take advantage of this great oiler. Three hundred perfectly tailored Coat Suits, of such good fabiics as whipcoid serge, diagonal cheviots and fancy worsteds in a complete range of plain and fancy colorings: the coats are lined with guaranteed satin, in colors to mutch; women's and mines' size. "We cannot urge you ton strongly to see these Milts. They arc the very vest values this store has oil'ered at nnv tunc. ol 9. HANDSOME WINTER COATS The Real Values Range and $20 Nearly three hundred of this season's most desirablo and best stylo Coats are black broadcloth Coate, and k represented in this grand bargain lot. Satin-line- d variety of novelty coats in rich diagonal weaves, boucle, chinchilla, etc. These warm, elegant, stylish coats, are to bo had in sizes for misses from 14 to 20, and for women from to 44 bust measure. , To see them is jo buy them, as they are ex3-- TAILORED COAT SUITS The Real Values Range $22.50 $ ' $25. 00 and $30. 00 and doubtless $15, $17.50 $Q i ceptional values. Two hundred of tho finest quality Coat Suits over placed on sale l.ere at $15 (i) the finest Miits ever oll'en d in Louisville at tho price. Some are miido of imported fabrics, others of the very best domes-tiweaves; some are himNoiuely binid trimmed; others plain, but elegantly tailored; all are lined with tho best quul ity of henvy peau do lytnie, and are to be had in a complete line of sizes for vomn and misses. 15. ftf 00 GIRLS' WINTER COATS The Real Values Range from $7.50 to $10 r CHARMEUSE SILK DRESSES 95 v : $ The Real Values Range $17.50, 75 and $25.00 ..lj.ovn! .v... .If ...... we .... u. ltr. !. ijnK uirsii dicsscu wuim.ii uii uvit ll.n vuuiiiiy nre now wearing LZ $19.- 4 75 t- Thousands of Falrs Handsome Lace Curtains To go in Mothers, here is an opportunity that comes so seldom that vou may have caue for regret If you do not take advantage of it. The coats on sale range in size for girls from to M years of Made up in a age, and nre to be had in many good styles, including the popular belted effects wide range of plain and mixture fabrics; in colors that are tfov popular and the most desired. J inarmeute Dresses; tue an ini- wenseiy popular ami mere u no reason why every woman or mws can't have out when a fun-- , lis.1i dress, such as we offer in this sale, can he bought for o little money. The rirtkt.es on arc uiiule of the genuine Charnieiue silk, retailing at $2.50 the yard. There are four IihiuIm Ttliulf K from which to select. Dressc suitable for evening or street wear; women's and nudes' siin. - lkm 4 - - this salo at prices so much less than usual that it will pay to buy'and lay them away if you have no immediate for them. Read, then come and see Nottingham Curtains 1 Nottingham Curtains 3 ! Nottingham Curtains 3 ! Irish Point Curtains 3 8 I and 3 yards long; values up to $2. Tjio pair,.. . 0 IM 1 nr 1 0 and 8V yards long; regular prico 2.50; tho pair . . pp OliDO fM ! yards long, pretty putterns. lar price $3.50; sale prico Hegu fir) OZiZO nr and 3 yards long; regular values. Tho nair '" 7.50 ft Afl.Hfl W IIVW J nr S a A THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABBAGt, OFFICIAL VOTE OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY, NOV. ELECTION. 8 & f ' Editor and Publisher PRECINCTS 3 rf 8 Issued Evory Wednesday. r 4 3 2 i I 2 o1 6' 3o S3 74l To Remind You Thip season of the year is tho time your house needs a or the old one needs! repairing. It is tho best time to paint, to put up guttering or clean nnd repair the old ones to got tho fall rains in your cistern, which fumy also need patching. Tohavo you a new homo built to eat Christmas dinner in. To make some nico concrete walks around your place. To look after your chimneys and flues and sco if they ate safe for the winter fires. I do nil of tho above, but if you profer to do tho work, let mo figure with you on the material. A full and complete lino of all kinds of now roof EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOV 13 1912 Indian summer has brought out tho street lonfcr ngain. Good luck to tho school entorfninment Friday night thnt- will from everybody. It may bo suro of bring it succos nnd Nows. it from Tho - HnnHuMmri! No. 2... Hnrdinsburg No. 3. No. 1. . Clobrport No. 2. . Clovcrport No. 3. . Italltown Union Stnr Moolcyvlllc HnnHinburg No. N'o. I... m 41 79 41. 83 II Oj 81 Ilnnlinsburif ? 68 is 7 3 4 54 78 T 8 o o 2 O 0' o o I i I : 80 59 94 4 78 11S 82 67 58 67 20 15 o I ai J5 43 57 51 17 63 75 55 99! 122 Stcphcnsport 97, 112 5i 74 I08 81 o o o I o t 5 42 57 57 86 95 112 Webster Irvingtoti llewleyville Custer Mook Glen-Dea- n ......... ........ . nig Spring Toddy says tho Progressive party is hero to btny, and that the battlo has just begun. Tho party's 4,000,000 votes polled is unparalleled in tho history of free government. A solid Democratic South can now shako ocratic North. And this, as Gov. Wooclrow all tho forces of the nation into active and and give to our prosperity a freshness and such as it has not had in our time. .it 82 32 1 52 49 33 16 "3 5 113 80 9 54 6 5 4 I o o 3 5 o 1 McDanicls Rockvale Iludsonvillc .. . . 83 46 97 109 53 62 76 53 92 71 1 . 3' 89 24 o o o o o o o 0 o I 2 86 95 112 50 17 51 6 3l 3 14 34 33 o o o o 6 3 5 5 4 3 8 82 37 128 n 53 76 62 92 49 no' I3! 83 46 98, 69 53 67 1967, 163 1292 57 1979 1.159 hands with a solid DemTotals. Wihon says, will bring intelligent co operation and orphans'' class. Tho promoter and the original stockholders dispirit and a confidence vide the loot between them. The public is thus permanently saddled wih the responsibility of earning this increased amount upon the fictitious eiVpital. If a reduction in the tariff is urged it is pointed out that tile industry can not stand it. that it would not bo able to can THE MOST PROGRESSIVE THING IN AMERICA. reasonable dividends upon each share of s'ock and would have to If the tariff hid not The New York Sun says thnt "Business is(the most progiessive either down or cut tho wages of tin men - work for everybody. Let every- been excessive in the first place, there would have boon no incentive thing in Amoric i today. There body go to work. Not even a change in the national administration to balloon the corporate n. . can prevent the coming prosperity. protective tariff is that it insutes the laborer The theory of the in Ameiicnn milN gettini! a ju- -t wairo, a higher wage, than is paid LOUISVILLE AND HOME MERCHANTS. same work. If a mill hand gets $1 u duv abroad und The Clovei port and county merchants will have to git a hustle abroad for the mill band in the sum- occupation gets day. the the American oa them and advertise if they want to keep tiado at home. The city manufacturer should be iriven a tariff that will represent the differThe proper tariff merchants ads in our paper this week, and every week', are always ence he pays out in wages, say the protectionists. appealing to the trade and get it. You have to let the people know ii 111 rived at by computing what propoition of the production cost is that you have a business that on nre enthusiastic over befote they paid out for labor, and then fixing the rate at tho diflerein cs in per t centage. The manufacturer is then nincio the agent or tne overn-menwill take an intcrc-- t in it. In to collect this difference nnd hand it over to . tho laborer tariff-makithe manufacturers fix tho tariff liny think is practical A BREEDER OF TRUSTS needed, alwavs fixing it plenty high enough, and then proceed to hir.e The protective tin it! is the direct breeder of trust&and, therefore, labor as chenplv a they can get it. often sending over to foreign Let us s e how this works out. of high prices. The proof is easily marshaled. Suppose there are countries for the workers men or companies engaged in the manufacture of u certwenty-liv- e Thev find that by adding 12 tain article of general use, a nrce-sitper cent of tho amount each has invested to the production and &ale The government statistic-- " for 1005 show that the vnlup of rhe woolen manufactures of this countrv that year was $7(37.000.000. If cost they can ell it at about .f.50. Competition between the-- e abroad and no taiiil paid upon keeps tho price of that article to about that figure. Some these foods had all been purch-teefinancier down in Wall street, eager to make a few unearned million-b- y them they woul ' have cot $4.04,U00 n00 The niacin of protection promotion, notices that there is a 40 per cent tin it! on thi-- specific in actual dollar-- , therefore, was the difference, or $3G3,000,0(&. That age, American article. Foity per cent of S2.50 is .fl.OO. Ho call- - a meeting of is, in order to in tire American workmpn proper these twenty-fi- ve independent manuliicturers and points out to them consumers paid $308,000,000 more than they could lmv purchased that if they would cotsolidate all of their plants into one establi-h-incthese goods for in n free market. Hut tho same census figures show under one ownership thev could secure $'S.oO for the article for that the actual labor cost of producing these goods wu about $150, which they have been getting .fS.oO, because the tin ill keeps out for- 000,000, taking the percentage given of the to'iil labor cost i th's ineign competition. dustry. If these workers were paid twice as much as were tho workers in foreign mills, then the dilleienee.- in labor est was about As the consunieis were taxed &363.00i).00i) in order to A trust is formed, and with competition eliminated, each concern, $75,000,000. this difference of $75,000,000 in wages, it isn't diflieijlr to liguio selling ut iJu.oO, makes a profit of $1.00 more than berore, or approx- pay and that the wool tariff is excessive. C.Q.D. exce-- s went imately .$1.30. If the profit is four times as much as before, this jus- where the In Commoner. tifies the trust, following the usual commercial ethics, in quadrupling its capital stock, each fehaio then earning what one share of the old stock earned. In other wotd, the capital stock is watered three times its original value. This new stock, earning approximately 12 per cent is floated, and 5m distributed among hunch eds of the "widows 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. 'i B 4! MARION WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport. Ky. I 1 - $-- 2 11 1 ng, y. -- iiiuii-ufactuie- ? -- u ..-- nt - ' r: ?7' pl-,c1 tzz pr Read The News Want Ads, ffiLCA..iV iSHmSHSOU ii..A-k.vA. to hide monev h .vliere the hve vaults for safely proThe best tecting II. Every week we see new-paccounts of people having been rubbed. Sugiir owls, under the ctupet, behind pictureb, and all of ihee places where people conceal their money, lire well known lo burglirs. Hide it in OUR BANK, theu you know you can get it when ou Wrtnt it. rHjj-bajj- s, Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" THE V1 KSA2SS3 BNK OF HARDINSbURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburff, Ky. aw3 To Nov. 16 Women's and Misses' Coats, like illus13 .J INCORPORATED. fU j m, ' LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY To Nov A 1M22' 1 MCSZ?iC'X5laKEKRl lOCZZDlfC HOE ? ( iOE A 6 Farm That Must Be Sold Women's, Misses', Junior and Children's Coats. This winter season we have a most. varied stock to select from. The styles are pretty. The fabrics light in weight, soft in texture and warmer than fabrics shown heretofore. The prices are most attractive. You will do well to sec them early. " tration, of black astrakhan cloth, n long; lined throughout; crush collar; silk orna- - (f J high-butto-- At Once acres land one mile from Court House Hardinsburg; good, comfortable.dwelling, good stable and plenty of fine water; good orchard; will make a special ldw 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" 9 inches sot ment fastening P A D UU Astrakhan Cloth Coat ; cut full length ; best quality; lined throughout with Skinner's guaranteed satin lining; large shawl :ollars; silk ornament fastenings; a $27.50 coat; special at $22.50 th Women's and Misses' Coats, of finest quality pebble cheviots; black, blues and browns; large storm collars; Jeep cuff ; patch pockets; P 1 Q O mDU large buttons ; $25 value Full-leng- i fl $30.00 Coat, of English wide wale diagonal; black and navy blue; women's and misses sizes; lined throughout with guaranteed silk lining; coat collar; deep cuffs; large buttons; a tf O fj C?f Full-length value; special.. P'&i UU Black Chiffon Broadcloth Coats; women's and misses' sizes; largo shawl collars and deep cuffs; trimmed with and silk braids; Full-lengt- h hand-embroide- ry guaranteed lining throughout ; $32.50 val. Full-lengt- (Og fhf UO.UU imported chiffon broadcloth; 50 styles; women's and misses' sizes; velvet, braid and self trimmed: self colored and fancv linimrs: h Coats, of fine $27.50, $32.50, $37.50, $42.50, $45.00 and at f T 7 .D( A -- V special Black Kersey Coats ; full length ; women's and misses'; large collars with long roll and deep cuffs of velvet, trimmed with flat silk braids; coat lined throughout with satin ; O & $10.50 value ; special Black Broadcloth Coats; women's and large, square misses' sizes; collars, .with long shawl roll and cuffs trimmed with hercules braid and stitched satin ; large silk orna- d1O ment fastening; special. tD jt O h Coats, for women, and missfinest imported cheviots, navy blue, es, of brown and black; large collars, cuffs button-triand fancy back; tiger-ey- e lined throughout with self- med; coat colored linings; special Velvet and Velour Coats; full length; women's and misses' sizes; 30 new styles; brocaded velvet band collars and cuffs; at $37.50, and self-lin. Women's and Misses' Coats; full length, like illustration, made of boucle cloth; navy blue and brown; cuffs and collar edged with gray; can be buttoned up high; $20:00 value; rf S special V Lf ? s Johnny Coats, for women, misses and juniors; 45 and 48 inches long; mixtures and plain colors; blues, browns, tans, grays and reds; high button soft crush collar; C7 f 9 Cl &W lZf 0J ROBERTSON & BEARD 0 Hardinsburg, Ky. 0 tfjf ,.,tpl full-lengt- J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY 1RVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country Full-lengt- Cf JJ FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Household Goods m Insures I3oj,'gnge mid Pergonal Effects of Travelers. and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. $32.50 CZf 0Q7 ttJKJ PJ1 If hand-embroide- ry ed $42.50, $47.50, $57.50 place of any kindget full Information of all available property by making use of The Br eckenr Idfle it's your ambition to own a farm or a country and up to News Real Estate Ads. .'! ;Y JiL ,fc td At.. L ,.1.: -- jjtliMCt JV,-- ;.. , f'YttjMliiaitoltonrsvfri 'A TShe Breckenridrfe News. lfl, 1912 OF LOCAUN TERES! MMB0R6 Mrs. John M. Skillman returned from Louisville Frldny where she had been for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Es till Sutton. Lindsay Klncheloe left for Louisville Sunday morning after a visjt to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Klncheloe. John Edwards Skillman spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Skillman. C L Beard arrived from Demlng, New Mexico Thursday. Senator Gus Brown has Installed water works In his residence. Revs. Hrunor and Duggins are holding a scries of meetings with the Clover Creek church. Mr, Rogers, soliciting agent for the G eat Southern Insurance Co., was in town last week, Mrs. Jno. D. Shaw left Tuesday for Madisonvlllc to attend the meeting of the Baptist Women's Missionary Society. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Oelze, of Cloverport, were in town last week visiting relatives. Joe Glasscock', of Fisher, was In town Saturday buying mules. Thomas Lewis who died at his home in Cloverport was burled In St. cemetery Friday. Hawkins Smith, of Garfield, was in town Saturday on business. Miss Margaret Dyer, of Sonora, is the guest of her brother, Rev. M. L. . Dyer. Sherman Ball, Henry Dellaven Moorman and Jeff Hook were In LouisRom-uald- 's WEDNESDAY, NOV riii h : i t.14 1 ., at ihn Pa. nffllfo of. Plfivnpnnrf. i Tv v (tr kiiu v "rf as second class matter. . p Some People We Know, And We Will Profit By Hearing About Them. a purely locnl event. It took place in Cloverport, Not in some faraway place. You are aiked 10 investigate it. N Asked to believe a citizen's word; To confirm a citizen's statement. Any article that Is endorsed at home Is more worthy of confidence Than one you know nothing about, Endorsed by unknown people. Walter Mcadors, farmer, Cioverport, Ky., says: "A member of my family has used Doan's Kidney Tills and found them to be very good kidney remedy. Several years ago she suffered from sharp pains across the small of her bnck as Well as other symptoms of kidney trouble. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills highly recommended, I got a box at Planer's and their use was begun, They did a world of good. Since then this person has used Dohu's Kidney Pills and on each occasion they have belped her. It is a pleasure to rec ommend this excellent kidney medi cine." For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United ' States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Advertisement. is Drug-Stoi- e Foster-Milbur- n Wary, t s. llfBrd. HurrtlnilmrR, Ky. m I I ft rilll WrflBTl 3F""H" "9""F"T2 "f"""iTiT trilS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN BY THE ADVERTISING Lost Pockclbook. by Pockctltook LOST .lackson. Tar Saturday afternoonwill Kot K. Ky. Kinder receive n nooa rownrn. Line of Srvppy nIHR Ttj'TVIBPi T rmt "f""THrT frfmiTBFf rrj TiTHITHI' r.p.AvM! THsTiTHI VmNt "N"iTiTiTiTiTiiW VNSryi V"iTiTiTiTiTiTiTH fsViTiTiTiTiTiTiW VvNUM T WfctlaUTIllllirat35j4 .YEEHESffi NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 'RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES Tils Tor Exchange CKVKIlAIi uood farm marc for salo or cx-- -' clianee for mnrp mules Robertson tt tlTES . FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Tor Sale Residence. rooms, hall, RKSIDKNOR FOR SALE-- SI three porches. and rds and l''or pnrtlculnrs wrlto Mrs. C. P. Haulmse, CloviTport, Kv. $ 2 50 For Precinct mid city Offices I 6 00 County Offices tPer 16.00 For State and District Offices. 10 per line For Calls, 10 For Cards, per line.. InterForvAll Publications In the est of Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line ..$ For Sale Lot. COR PALB-O- no Lot containing Hi acres of mml with two homes nnd nm b'lic1'-smlt- li shop In Lortlbur. Kv. Ooul business point for further Information call on or luldri'KS Thomas Rot irton. LodlburK, Ky Wanted WANTED KIiir Irvlngton, Ky, Man with Small Family Man with small family to work onfrtrroiKood liouso furnished. J. E Cots Come Lid Look Them Over Today Ladies New Shades, For Sale pair. FUR Enulne; Watklns mike, la For Sale SALE A 15 horse power stationery Rood re- Latest Designs UrickenrldRii sewn. C.ovcrport, Ky. LOCAL BREVITIES tt luffftl Cloverport, ORSALE-Dec- as, VttiltiLu Ky. Momrhkcs and all kinds iinrlHrrrt Vntru ,Pattern hats a cost Mrs James 'Cordrey. Mrs. Sallie Moorman left yesterday 'for Dcland, Fla. Sixty children in the Boogie Boo at the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newsoin were in 1l,ouIsv111o last week. Willis Green, of Falls of Rough, was irl Louisville last week. Banquet breakfast bacon 22c lb. Stuart Babbage Grocery. Mrs. C. W. Moorman spent Wednes day and Thursday in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Oelze have been visiting relatives in Hardlnsburg. f.n rrninno Tlohpn will ha hostess to the Friday afternoon Club this week. Hear the Women's Rights lecturo and see the Dude at the celebration Nov I5. millinery in pattern and tailored hats at Mrs. Jas. Cordrey's. See the bride and groom married in a balloon at the celebration, Nov. 15. The most reasonable prices for milli-no- r r.nn he found at Mrs. James Cord- 1' rev s. H Miss Lvclle Hardin, of Holt, visited 'her aunt, Mrs. Emma Skillman bun- Way. Richard Skillman, of Wes Point, is fcvisiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Skill- High-grade ( Dr.W. B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Cloverport, Kentucky J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. man. Mrs. James Cordrey and Miss Bertha ofirdrey spent Wednesday In Louis es9- stylo, "For f. comfort and satisfaction 'in shoes, go to Conrad Sippel's shoe store. Mrs. HofHous Behen spent Thursday in Louisville with her mother, Mrs. Haynes. A new arrival of hats at Mrs. Cordrey's Special orders made and filled promptly. Miss Ida White left Saturday for Memphis, Tenn., to visit her niece, Mrs Edwin Bell. The Ladies Reading Club will be en tertained tomorrow afternoou by Miss Jennie Warfield, Attend t)ie Fourth of July celebration Friday evening, Nov. 15. Peanuts f'and pink lemonade. W. J. Elliott, of Toblnsport, who bought the Mason (arm near here, will move there soon. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. f Fred Fraize Sunday. Mrs. Edward Bowne and daughter, ArtpHa. hnvi rptnrnefl home from a y visit to relatives in the'Eust. If you like to laugh come to the Nov. cele-'batl- on lsat the Cloverport Op era House and you'll scream. Miss Marcraret Skillman Will leave Wednesday for Memphis, Tenn., to be the guest of Mrs. Edwin Bell. Wanted 'small Farm about .75 acres near Clover- port. A WILL PAY CASH Write at once to It i JNO. D. BABBGE, Ctoverport, Ky. Mrs. Paul Compton returned from STEPHEN Louisville Saturday where shi had been for several days shopping. Mrs. Margaret Board, of Kirk, spent Friday with her sister, Mrs, W. K John Stiles Dies At The Age Of Years-BapSeventy-On- e Mrs. George Weatherholt and daugh Barnes. tist ter, Miss Stella Weatherholt, were ' Raymond Dowell was the guest of his Sunday School Graded-Ma- ny guests of Mrs. Marion Ryan in Louis- sister, Mrs. Brown, near Custer, Sun ville last weak. day. Social Notes Of Interest. Mrs. Carr and daughter, Dorothy Mrs. J. J. Willett and daughter, Miss Carr, of Elizabethtown, are guests of Niram Willett, returned Monday night Paul'Basham returned to his sch ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith. in Monroe county accompanied by his from a visit to Owonsboro. sister, Miss Mary Belle, as far as Miss Myrtle Withers left yesterday Wm. Ditto left Wednesday for She returned Wednesday niyht. for'Deland, Fla.. to spend the winter after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Bill Gibson and Miss Mary B. Bash-awith her cousin, Mrs. F. N. D'Huy. Hattie Ditto. attended church here Sunday. See the Gypsy Girls with their tam Misses Claudia Pate and Jeannette Johnson Stiles die'd here Thursday bourines and the Cow Boy Girls from Burn came over from Cloverport to morninK of Brifhts Disease. He ws game. the Golden West Friday evening, Nov. witness the basket-bal- l seventy-on- e years old. Flvo children 15. Dr. Earl Moorman, who is visiting survive him'. He had been ill only a Mrs. D. W. Falrleigh, of Louisville, his mother near Harned, was in town short time, and his death came as a returns home from Chattanooga, Saturday. great shock to his relatives and friends Tenn", after a visit to Mrs Andrew who were at his bedside when the end Fairlolgh. Women as Well as Men are Mads Miserabto came. Mr. Stiles owned a restaurant and meat market here, lie was a man Miss Rebecca Willis went to Louis by Kidnay anil Bladder Trouble. of sterling business principles, one ville Sunday evenlnc and returned Monday night from a visit to her brothKidney trouble pre s upon the mind, who was respected for his hich sense of er, Mr. Jess Willis. discouragesandlessensambition; beauty, right, was kind hearted and obliging, vigor anu cucertui-ucs- s and his jolly disposition was the secret Mrs. Dan Duncan and baby daugh soon disappear of his friendship through life. The fun ter, Eunice Wheeler, returned to Lou when the kidneys are out of order or dis- eral was conducted by Rev. Tarboe in isville Thursday after a visit to Mr. the M. E. church, interment was in the eased. and Mrs. II. V. Duncan. Kidney trouble has old Baptist cemetery by the side of his become so prevalent wue. Mrs. J. H. Wills is the guest of Mrs. that it is not uncom- OhI how quick the one we have loved Lucy Temple in Owrnsboro. Mrs. Tem mon for a child to be ple's friends are glad to hear that she Has passed on to the mansions of rest; born afflicted with is recuperating from a lengthy illness. weak kidneys. If the One moment was clasping our hands, urinates too of ten, if the urine scalds And the next at homo in the land of Mr. and Mrs. John Leitch and son, childflesh, or if, when the child reaches an the the blest. John Leitch, Jr., arrived from Alle age when it should be able to control the R. A. Smith has returned from a trin gheny City. Pa., Friday night and are passage, it is yet afflicted with out West whore ho visited his sister , visiting her mother, Mrs. Lightfoot, ting, uepena upon it, t lie cause ot the is kidney trouble, and the first and Dr. Chas. Lightfcot. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Tinius were the step should be towards the treatment of Mrs. John Burke and daughter, Miss these important organs. This unpleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milt Bashani. trouble is due to diseased condition of of New Bethel, Sunday. Dolly have returned home after a the kidneys nnd 4 bladder and not to a of three weeks to her habit as most people suppose. Mrs. John Crawford, who has been pleasant visit Women n3 well as men are made miser- the guest of Mrs. Belle Crawford, re brother, Mr. Wm. Caiey, of Binning kidney and bladder trouble, turned to Mississippi hit week. ham, Ala. Mr. Caley wna a recent vis- able withneed and both the same great remedy. itor in Cloverport. Mrs. B. C. Dleckman, of Samnle. The mild and the immojhate effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized, It is sold was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. oy druggists, in fifty- Morgan Sunday. $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH and For your uparo timoKxperlcnce not need- centbottles. Yon may size Mr. KisstunandchildrenareL'rloved ed. Wunt an aetho man in thin locality. to hear the sad news of the death of To Introduce 11a to your frlonda. We pay have a sample bottle lurpest cash benefits when sick, Injured, by mail free, also a Mr. 15. U. Palmer. Sunday at his home pahipblet telling all and at death, for umullest cost. In New London, Connecticut. Ho was a to first ap- noout hwtmn-Kooand offer no. . ..j.-- j plicant from this place. Write quick for including many of the thousands of testi- brother-in-lato 15. A. Kissani, and particulate monial letters received from sufferers much loved by the entire family. 835, Covintfton, Ky. who found Swamp-Roo- t THE JL-to be just the Mrs. Mack SUIT, of Henderson. Is the remedy needed. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton, N. Y., be sure guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. DIx. tins paper. Don't make any Mrs. P. C. Ferry and son, Miller, of mr Louisville Evening Post mistake, but remember the name, Dr, and Breckenridge News Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Louisville, were guests of Mr. and and the address, one year 3 50. Uinghamton, N. Y , 0:1 ever-.- bottle Mrs. E. H. Miller last week, Every hat going at cost Mrs. James Cordrey. W. J. Schopp came home from Louisville Monday. Edward Oglcsby has been In Louisville on business. Miss Beatrice McCrHcken spent Saturday In Louisville. Celery, large, 2 bunches 15c. Stuart Babbage Grocery. Arrangements were, made Monday for the Presbyterian Bazar. Reserved seats for school entertainment at Gibson's drug store. Reserved seats for school entertainment at Gibson's drug store. Reserved seats for school entertainment at Gibson's drug store. Henry Harper has sold out at Har-ne- d and will move to Webster. Before buying your winter shoes, go see the nice line at Conrad Siptels. Two hats are better than one and you can find what you want at Miss Evelyn's. The, Rev. Mr. Smith will preach Sunday at the Presbyterian church Finished 3:20 Come to see the new Mine of ladies', misses' and children's shoes just re ceived at Sippels. Chadwick McCracken, of Jefferson-ville- , Ind., was the guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. &.. H. McCracken, Sunday. ville last week. Godfrey Haswell was In Louisville last week buying his Christmas goods. Dr. Allen I.. Kincheloe, of McQuady, was in town last week. Mrs. M. L. Dyer and children have returned from Nolin where they have been for a visit to her parents. For reliable jewelry and watches, write or call to see me personally for advice, repairing or purchases T. C. Lewis, Hurdinshurg. Boys of the Cloverport High School played the Breckenridge High School boys in a game of basket-bal- l Satur day afternoon. Trie score was 25 to 5 in favor of the home boys. The School Improvement League had a business meeting Friday after noon at the school building. Two new members were enrolled making a total of thirty-sevethey hope to reach fif ty soon. Their object is to do all in their power for the benefit of the school Mrs. Marion Lawrence and baby, Pauline, left for their home in Evans- ville Saturday after a visit to her moth n, MANY WOMEN CARRY BANK ACCOUNTS This bank has opened a Women's Department, that h, wo are delighted to have women depositor. Wc know that women are better financiers than men, hut they havo never had an opportunity to dovelope their talent ior Miviiifr mid mumming the funds of the household. Men have come lirst in making bank deposits and looking after the cash. GRAND THINGS when necessary, but it Is much bet tar to preserve your natural teeth. This you can do if you visit a responsible dentist, at least twice a year, and llae Your Teeth Examined and Filled at lirst appearance of decay It is economy in health, time and money. We are in position to render the best dental service. W. A. WALKER, But the list of women who aie taking advantage of the conveniences of banking facilities is growing and we are pleased to have our bank as their depositor). We cordially invite all women to carry their accounts with :: FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier i Dentist Ky. Hardinsburg, Olllce over Bakery er, Mrs MarciaMattlngly. ?&" I &B v Ws ma ill. rr WT NHS mm Lob-isvil- Lou-isvill- le m m The protracted meeting being held church by Rev. J. Ef Hughs, of Klngswood, will continue another week. L. II. Connor was at home Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene in the M. E. 1 rented Mrs. Mary Pdine's pr porty Maine street and will take possesion at otce. The M E. church MUsiou.iry Society meets every fourth Satin d.iy .tt i jO p. 1 111. bed-w- et dtlli-cul- ty Connor. h. J. Perkins came down from LouMiss Abbye Whlttinghill was In town isville Monday morning. Friday and Saturday visiting fr'ends. Mrs. Dr. Wm. Mllnrr urn! Mi.s SalMr. and Mrs. Owen Shoemaker, of lie Richardson, of Union Star, attended New Albaiiy, Ind., are visiting Mr. and the funeral of Mr. Johnson Stiles hero Mrs. J. G. McCoy. Friday. Miss Ida Dutschke, of Holt, was iu Mr. and Mrs. Will Singleton have rented rooms in the Blaine House. town one day week shopping. Mrs. Guy Martin and son, Marlon A Texas Wonder Edward, andMlss Julia Fella, of Holt, lat ot one-doll- ar Free-Insuran- Cash-Hon- us t. w attended church here Sunday Miss Zolmn was the dinner guost of Mr. and Mrs (J. W. Payne Sunday. S. II. Dix, wo are glad to know, Is Improving rapidly at this writing. Emery French returned home from Cloverport last week where he has been working as telegraph operator at the L-ay U n $3 nil uu - The Texas Wonder cures k.tilney ar-- i bladdor troubles, removing grave cures diabetes, weak and lame back rhoutuatism, and all Irregularities tho kidneys and bladder in both mo and women. Regulates bladder troui les In children. If not sold by yoir druggist will be sent by mail on n ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two Barkley returned home last months' treatment and seldom falls la week from Springfield, III , where he perfect a cure. Dr. K. W. Hall, 'Jo has been vlsitln; his son, Larue Bark-le- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo, Send for s. Kentucky testimonials, Sold by M,r. and Mrs. 'Bernard, Lewis have Advertisement. , . . -y, drut-gist- ' FT' TOTOV i i m i Women's Candidate v I ' chance on you," confidently. "And besides, thcBo girls have been budgeting tho llfo out of you. It's time somebody took pity," laughing. Tho mayor put his lips closo to tho girl's rosy ear. "Honest," ho sold, "hopo tx die, I've never had so much fun In" nil my llfo but that bill business Is dangerous, nnd I'd like to get through with tho I can use today, ordeal honornhly. ' and as n small expression of my gratitude, I'll send you the Jolllest big box of candy In Chicago as I pass through." . "Thank you," sho said, her eyes dnnclng. "I'll leave tho selection to -' , I Life Saver In W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors In the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my life! All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." a letter from Branch-lan- d, ! By BYRON WILLIAMS Ikl f. i CHAPTER X. to tho north. Arriving at the station EG1 ho sent n telegram, nte rt typical meal nt a typical country hotel, and started back. Ho reached the cross roads at Take you." aBtrldo a An hour later Bedlght, good horse, was galloping toward Bordeau, a railroad crossing ten miles CARDUI t Instead of leaving tho vicinity of the cabin nfter being liberated, Bedlght closed the door and replaced Drifting back Into the tho bar. bushes, ho waited. An hour passed and then came voices and rustling In tho "wood. Soon tho game warden and two deputies hovo Into view. The wardeii'B faco was flushed with excitement ns ho strodo along In advance of his men. Approaching tho door, ho called "Will yo surrender peaceable and como out o there, er shall I come In an' git yo?" From within there emanated no answering voice. Out in the bushes, twenty feet away, Bedlght waited, tensely. "Como on out; tho door's unlocked," Bhoutcd tho warden. Still no answer. "Gol darn ye; I'll show yo. Come on In, fellers," bawled tho ofllcer, throwing open the door and dashing Into tho cabin, followed by his deputies. With nn agile spring, Bedlght left tho clump of bushes and dashed for tho door. TJio warden saw him coming and sprang to meet him but(too late! Slamming tho door shut, 'the mayor shot tho bar home. Ho could hear tho strenuous objections of the prisoners as bo hurried nwny, making a detour to a farmer's house, where he hoped to secure something to eat. A farmer's wife fed him bountifully and protested at tho unnecessary size of tho coin ho gave her for his dinner and a basket of provisions, with which he set out for the cabin. Reaching the hut, Sn which two hours previous he had been a prisoner, he rapped on the door. "Whoevcr's there," cried an excited voice within, "let us out!" "Break the glass In tho window," directed tho mayor, his face Illumined with smiles, "and eat out of my ruddy-cheeke- d wood-chopper- The Woman's Tonic , t out: 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested It, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and Thousands of strength. women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today! BKOPH the role of(Lotnano. i trust your intentions toward me are like the Christmas snow simply another layer of white purity!" "Pray do not tempt me, Eve," he said; "a boat is fully as perilous for loving as a flat for mntrlmony." Her merry laughter rippled out across the water from a throat as shapely as an artist's model. Her neck, browned from the llfo nt Squirrel Inn, was full and moulded free of hollow dips. "0, you old Adam!" sho giggled, "don't you know that the prlqe of apples has gono up away up since oui s 9 Cleo Summers. dusk and let his tired, mount leisurely homeward. plod ,w band!" t A growl of mingled disappointment and relief preceded the shattering of tho glass. Bedlght held his basket on his left nrm and began passing provisions through the aperture. "Good grub, this, boys," he chuckled. "I servo excellent meals at both my boarding houses. I'll bring you tobacco tomorrow night. Just you make yourselves comfortable. How would you like a deck of cards?" It was dark when Bedight reached Squirrel Inn and slipped unobserved to his room. When Jacklo Vining camo down at six next morning to take a constitutional beforo breakfast tho mayor Bat In nn easy chair on tho veranda, smoking his favorite pipe. "Will you kindly tell Miss .Mason that I am waiting her commands?" bo asked easily, with no trace of resentment in his voice. "I was going to liberate you this morning," she said, simply, trying to hldo her surprise. "Ob, I got out last night, thank you. I'm particular about my own bed. Never could sleep well In a Btrango bunk," laughing. After breakfast Alico Mason, tho girl appointed by tho court to defend Bedlght on tho occasion of his trial, called him aside. "As your attorney, I nm led to offer you your freedom today. I want to go to Lakcvlllo for some cold cream, and If you will rldo to tho Four Corners with me, I will let you escapo to your own devices. It Is not always that an attorney can vouch for his client, but I am willing to tako a ' V M'K ' m ' ."I'll Brl"0 Yu Tobacco Tomorrow NlBnt." Saturday morning broko clear and tenso after a sweltering night. The sun was copper colored and the leaves upon tho crest, where they were wont to bow and curtsey to the zephyr's breath, hung listless in the shimmering heat. At breakfast, none looked refreshed and Mlno Host complained of drought. Pauline, tho cook, whose eggs wero always to a creamy elasticity and whoso toast was ever golden brown and delicious, fretted the former Into globules surrounded by leathery gelatine, while the latter was burned and condition dedesiccated to a hard-taccidedly disappointing to her usually, delighted followers. The thermometer, to all intents and purposes, was so basely ambitious as to seemingly have no other desire than to climb higher and higher in its relentless rise. "Como on, Mr. Bedight," exclaimed Molly McConnell, "row mo over to Waxelbaum's Point. I want to sketch La Veck's cabin, the remaining relic of what was once the oldest trading post In the state. If Is tumbledown and ramshackle and will make a fine study. I was by there a week ago on a calm day and the reflection In the placid water was almost as realistic as tho old itself. A photograph taken when I saw the cabin would puzzle tho beholder to tell which was tho cabin and which tho reflection. Today rromises to be still and bids fair to afford mo an opportunity to get Just the right atmosphere. I'll bo ready In ten minutes." Sho came down to tho dock, her black eyes dancing in anticipation. Bedight packed her outfit In the prow of the boat along with tho lunch basket, held the boat firmly against the dock ns sho put her dainty foot upon tho stern seat, and dipped gracefully Into position, a magazine under her arm and a camera slung across her shoulder. As tho mayor took tho oars he looked at her bareheaded, her lustrous black locks defying tho sun, her full tempting lips shaping a perfect cupid's bow, a saucy llttio dimple on each side of a cheek, nnd teeth as i through which the white as laughter trilled and rippled like a singing spring across its mlnty way. Surely a man might well bo sentenced for lifo to such a woman's whim, while but a day's service wero as an hour In Naples after a hard passage! Molly McConnell had one of thoso daring, unconventional temperaments that bespoke a woman of full blood and spirit, a being of beauty and grace and voluptuous constancy. To THE man she would bo all In all, reining queen of his heart, laughing at affinities, scorning Jealousies, holding him secure with her mental and physical charms. Tho lako was calm and through its mirrored depths long strands of weed nnd marsh grass could bo seen streaming upward in tho shallow places. Not oven a ripple stirred the surfaco und tho sun reflected from thp sheening waters, glowed heatedly upon tho faces of tho two In tho boat tho girl with hnlr like tho night and eyes of liquid volvot, tho man with a sentence to servo In the Gardon of Eden with a pippin as tho forbidden fruit. Tho mayor rostod on his oars and mopped his sweating brow. The girl's eyes danced: "And now," sho babbled, "you are in a position to appreciate tho arduous llfo of the galley slave. How on, my man!" "O, that this wero tho river of Life!" countered lledlght, matching tho woman'B frippery. "Ono of tho obligations imposed upon you by tho 'Judge,'" solemnly, was not to propose marriage' or play soft-boile- d blue-blac- k k and mothers quit sewing carpet-ragspinning flax. It takes a man with a head these days to keep my lady gratified." "Apples, say the physicians, are necessary to the human system. And I may point also to a higher authority who has said it is not good for man to dwell alone! As for tho price, was there ever an Adam who thought or this?" "Not until the baby needed shoes!" agieed the woman, letting her hnnd ripple the water over tho rail. "Many an Adam has asked his Eve to fly with him and after the flight couldn't buy a curry of chicken wings In a Boston restaurant!" The miyor smiled. "Marriage as It Is practiced," he commented, "Is a bigger gamble than the board of trade and twice as Interesting." Tbo boat glided onward across the sleeping waters, .leaving a ripple in its wake. Traversing the lake, Bedight pulled through a narrow neck that connected Goose Lake with the main body of Sylvan. The view was enchanting pine, cedar and hemlock, birch and maple varied the shores and green bushes trailed their drooping tendrils in the cool waters. La Veck's cabin came Into view, situated upon a knoll beside the lake, a picturesque pile of the lumber-Jacdays. About its tumbled sides tho wild ampelopsis scrambled, and flourished In the clearing. The mayor drew the skiff upon the shore, carried tho girl's easel, box and camp chair to a spot designated and stood by for orders. "Can you mako coffee?" asked Miss McConnell, as she got out the canvas and prepared to begin the sketch. "In these days of tho new woman," he said, bnnterlngly, "man has come to recognize In a kindlier light the ladylike art of cooking. Fair enchantress, I can make coffeo fit for the gods, but woman's dainty hand must pour, else it loses its flavor." "Very well," she said, "now run away and forget mo until the coffee Is boiling in tho pot" Bedlght turned to tho forest's frlngo k rag-wee- log-pll- o d well-rounde- d nillk-cora- o M "Your Diplomacy Is Admirable." Hertight felt nimeeir earnen lorwant with terrible speed nnd depotlted upon the shore He shook the water from his eyes. Beside him on the mnd lay tho girl, nnd a rod down the, shore tho bont hung upon tho shingle. She opened her oycg to the sound of his voice nnd tho pressure of his Coughing, sho hnnd upon her heart sat up on tho bench nnd rubbed tho pot. gnnd from her faco and hands. Her Lunch over, Bedlght packed tho clothes hung closely upon her, showcooking outfit and replaced It In the ing tho outlines of her body, The boat. The sky was smoky In the wests rain still fell In torrents and ran down smoky with heat that generated a their necks in tiny rivulets. strango restlessness among tho quiv"Oh!" she gasped, when her senses ering trees, whllo tho air was sur- marshaled themselves from tho becharged with a portentous quietude wilderment, "I've lost my Bketch!" that presnged a clash pi elemental Tho mayor laughed. fury. A black cloud stood upon tho "If you had been a trlflo less forturim of tho lake and caused a look of nate, you might not bo worrying about concern In Bedlght's eyes. A glance In Miss McConncll's direction showed tho girl absorbed In her work. Tho mayor picked up a magazlno and stretched himself upon tho sward beneath a huge yellow birch. He was nttractcd from his story a half hour later by n shadow across tho sun. Hurriedly springing to his feet, he scanned the sky. A mass of black wltb livid green patches and scurrying forerunners of whito froth Iny like o monstrous curtain across tho west, through which shot veins of gold like roots of mammoth trees. A'deep rumble, bass in its intonation, rolled across tho Bky, warning tho creatures of the earth that soon their mastei would be abroad In tho land to wreck and destroy. Tho woman, too, awnre of the dan ger, sat gazing apprehensively at the disturbed sky. "Oh. Mr. Bedlght." she cried, with the veriest trifle of anxiety In hei voice, "wo must bo going. Tho sky looks like a storm." Tho mayor came over to Miss Mo Connell and, standing besldo her, Lucille Walters. gazed analytically into tho west. "I think wo will be safer here," he now although I'm willing to adthat advised, quietly. "Tho storm will you'd make a swell mermaid." break before we can reach the Inn." mit The storm was raging off In the stay In this ruined "But we cannot east, the wind where they stood had hut. It leaks and tho doors nre gone," ceased cracking Its lungs, but a heavy McConnell. "Como on, objected Miss sea was running on the lake and let's bo off." both oars were gone. Bedlght looked man hesitated. The about for shelter. Mounting tho "Don't you think it wiser to remain shore's bluff, he snw, off to the north, here until ,the storm is over? We are a hut still standing, evidently some a long ways from Squirrel Inn," fisherman's shnnty. He beckoned the the mayor. girl, who came up laughing. tho laes "But the wind will kick-u"If I look as funny as you do with until wo can't get across for hours," your clothes all sticking to you, the cried the woman nervously. little birds will bo In paroxysms to"Sometimes," said Bedlght, looking morrow!" laughed tho bedraggled squarely at her, "a man Is not as woman, saucily, gazing brazenly at dangerous after dark as a wind the man. storm by day." "Well," replied Bedlght, returning "Nonsense!" exclaimed Miss McCon- the stare, "your hair Is down, your nell. "Where's your sporting blood. shirtwaist Is out at tho back, your Let's make a try for it." skirt Is showing your limbs and your Tho mayor turned and walked down shoes squash when you walk. Otherto tho boat. Tho girl followed and got wise you are dressed for ono of Mine aboard. He rolled up the sleeves of Host's summer feeds or evening hops his light shirt and took tho odrs. As that is, dress appropriate for Squirhe did so, a drop of rain fell Into the rel Inn when there are no men to en- boat. "Really, Miss McConnell," he protested, "this Is unwise. You will not only get a good wetting but there is " grave danger of "I am neither sugar nor a coward," she said curtly. "Go ahead." Bedight fell to his oars but his inspection of the sky over the girl's head as she faced him was far from reassuring. The clouds bad taken more definite form and In their center, occupying the front of the great stage mass of the sky, clung a balloon-likBedlght looked of twisting matter. at the girl apprehensively, as she sat in the stern of the boat, taking the splashing drops of rain like a SparBgSMuftr.- tan. "Miss McConnell, we are going to have a bad storm presently. Don't you think It would be better to go back? Look at the sky behind you." She turned her head. An exclamation of surprise broko from her lips. "If you think best. Mr. Bedight. I am afraid-- 1 havo been foolhardy but I'm still satisfied to go on If you are," proudly. A terrific clap of thunder directly overhead, coupled with a roar in the west, caused Bedight to hesitate. Instead of turning the boat, ho headed for the shore. Behind them the storm was rushing with ten leaguo wings "Oh, If Pauline Could Only See Us Now," Laughed Miss McConnell. and tho waves leaped into an action that set tho boat tossing liko a speck snnre and all dancing parties aro upon a boiling pot. Tho day became feminine." as dark as night, save for tbo lightsho scowled. "You're horrid!" ning flashes. "What are wo going to do?" In a moment the storm broko. Amid "There's a hut over there. If there's tho crash of rending trees, tho de- any part of it that will burn, wo will moniacal shrieklngs of tho wind, tbo preserve the remainder nnd use It as terror of the lightning, tho boat sped a Garden of Eden supplied by a kind onward along tho shore, ono oar gono, providence." tho other useless In such a sea. The woman hesitated. Tho Garden In tho main channel no craft could of Eden stuff In tho morning was not havo lived, but along tho shore down then so pregnant with possibilities, which the two raced boforo tho wind, Bedlght set off ahead, apparently tho shell flew on tho wings of tho oblivious to her doubt. tempest. Miss McConncll's faco was clouded. Whito but brave, frightened but In What else was there to do? They full control of her nerves, the girl, wero on tho opposite sldo of tho turclung to the boat. Strnlght toward bulent lako from tho Inn, with an tho narrow neck of Goose lake, the shattered, bout. Tho country craft boro like a windwhlpped Ice- about was rough and unsheltered? boat under a gale. The night was upon them and tho way Tho mayor gritted his teeth. Once to tho Inn around Sylvan lako was too outside tho smaller lako tho course of far for her to attempt walking It In the craft would bo directly across tho tho night, along tho rough trails And larger body of water. roads. through tho Ho studied t!To girl opposite. Did Bedlght mot her at the door. danger? Bho realize tho "Welcome, Eve," ho said, teasing-ly- . "Mr. Bedlght," sho spoko regretfully, "Eden Isn't such a bad place, after with an effort at bravery. "I If we all. Thoro's a stove and some flour go through into Sylvan lako I I'm ealt here, also matches, a dish-pasorry I didn't take your advice. It, and three chairs and a bunk. I'm gowon't help much now to know that ing to seo If tho lako has yielded up I've repented of my decision but I " our coffeo not and sotno coffee." Tho mayor Interrupted, shouting "I'll go," Bald Miss McConnell,. soberagainst tho wind; ly. "You start tbo flro and put tho "I think we'll avoid it, and surely kettle on." this must pass quickly." Sho went out abstractedly and walkHer answer was lost In the musketry ed down to tho beach, What should nnd deluge that followed. The boat, she sure of this man half filled with water, lurched perilous- aha do? Was ly, rolled like a cedar log and turned turtle! Contiuued o Page 7 nnd begun gathering firewood. When ho called, sho camo promptly. "Man," sho enld, "has caused many a divorce by not coming to dinner when ho Is called. Nothing so nettles n woman as to wait meals. Know. ng this, I mako hnsto." "Your diplomacy Is admirable," ho congratulated, passing her the coffee coun-Felee CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churches Baptist Church RnptNt Sumlny school. 0;30 . m C. Jt Mglittont. Superintendent. I'rnjrcr MMtlnf m, iiNptiu am sociw Wednesday Society menu Mondny nf tcr HrconU anna; pvrry month. Mm. A. II. Sklllmnn, I'raWei Fr'ftchmaoTcry yundov nt 11:00 a. m., nm6 7:30 p. m. Her. E. O. Cottroll, Timor. rietliodlit Church Metliodlut fnndny School. 0:30 n. tn. Ira D. Behcn, Superintendent. Preaching erer Sunday nt 11 n. m. nnd 7:30 p. m, Frank Lewfo Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:80 p. m. Epworth League, regular lervlceaiindfty-C'4p, mi business meeting Orst Tuesday 5 night each month. Ml Mnrgarlto Hum, President. Ladles' Aid Foclety meets first Monday each month Mrs. Forrest l.lghtfoot. President. Ladles' Missionary Society meet Hecond Sunday In every month. Mrs. Vliglfi Ilnbbnge. 1'reMaent Choir practice Friday night 7:3), A, II Mu:rav. Director. Presbyterian Church a. m. Presbyterian Sunday School Conrad Slpptl, Superintendent. Preaching every Third Sunday, Kev, Adair. Minister. Prayer mcetltg Tuesday, 7:30 . m. 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Atlanta Journal DAILY, SEMI-WEEKL- oar-les- s, SUNDAY Y AND Largest Circulation South of Baltimore mud-covere- d n, BY MAIL Daily and Sunday per annum $7.00 Daily only " " " " " 5.00 2.00 .&q Sunday only Semi-Weekl- y " All the News All the Time f""? IfTI ?' I T( 1 ifr Candidate 1 Continued from pago Six from her prohad been more guard ed In her bnnterlng conversation of the morning, if bIio had not been qulto m natural and unconventional. She looked up and down the- beach lTrtl1rl n Vt1jvlti i n kliuutjli oiiu nuum i uu IrAUl iJCUljr ao Itimlnli ali way, a auau.cn passion ior iiigui coming over her. But whero could she go? And thcro were snakes nnd hears In tho woods Wont should Bho do? Bcdlght found her sitting upon tho edge of tho boat Sho started as ho drew near and took on a now reserve. hlle looked at her understanding!? and dropped his Joking mood. "Hero is tho coffee," ho said, pro- twicing a souuen mass, "uut tuo pot fiust havo followed tho cyclone. Shall wo go back?" Sho looked up llko a frightened rohlld with that pleading look wo seo Mh tho eyes of a cornered rabbit. "Como," ho said, kindly, "tho pot bolls and you. will bo needed soon to pour tho coffee." Sho aroso without a word nnd fol lowed him Into tho shack. "And now," ho sold, "I am going away for an hour. Thero Is plenty of wood hero. Tako off your vet clothes and dry them. When you havo I 'J finished, call from tho door. I will do on mo Deacn. uo not do airaia. I will not 'bo out of hearing." "Thank you," sho replied, and thero was a more cheerful intonation In her volco. Bedight sat upon a log and watched whip themselves along the white-cap- s tho shoro. Tho sky was clear and I? tho moon came out from its nest behind tho wood and glowed llko a ball of crimson ochre. For on hour he sat I ft thus, when ho heard a step upon tho gravel behind him. "Tho coffee Is ready,, Mr. Bedight. Jf you are as hungry as I, wo shall do ample Justice to saleratus biscuits and coffee." They sat down by tho light of an oil lamp that contained two inches of kerosene. "Oh, if Pauline could only seo us One Women's Bho STORIES OF BRET HARTE. I TABU OF STATE VOTE VOT P A Bk h His Dislike of Social Duties and Msrs Buy Land and Make Money Literary Friendships, Mr. Moneure Conwny In his autobiography gives nu amusing reminiscence of lirut Hurto's proncuess to escape from what nro known ns "social duties." Mrs. Conway "received" on Monday nftornootis, and Bret Ilarto hnd told her (lint he would be present on n nprtlcular .Monday, but he failed to nppcnr, much to the regret of some persons who had been Invited for tho "When, chnnclng to meet occasion. him," writes Mrs. Conwny. "I alluded to the disappointment. Ho asked forgiveness nnd said. 'I will como next Mondny, even though I promise.' " He had n constant dread that his friendship or acquaintance would be sought on account of his writings rather than for himself. A lady who sat next him at dinner without learning his nnme afterward remarked, "I have always longed to meet him. and I would been so different had I only known who my neighbor was." This, unfortunately, being repented to Bret Ilarte. he exclaimed: "Now. why enn't a woman realize that this sort If Mrs. of thing l.s Insulting? It. talked with me nnd found me uninteresting as a mnn. how could she expect to find me Interesting because I was an author?" Henry Chllds Mer-win- 's "Life of Bret Hnrte." l2ppH Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a quick wno eecmca a gentleman, or wouia ike need protection jector? If and reliable remedy for lame- ness in horses and other farm animals. "Sloan's Liniment nurpfiMcs nny- thing on earth lor l.imcneJ In horrei And other lior allmerri. 1 would not ilecp wltLat It In I stable." ' West 19th Ht., New York City. Good for Swelling and Abiceti. Mn.H.M Qwns.of Unwronee.Knn., It. V. I)., o 3,wrltos: ' I had a mnro with an alxeesj on lier neck and ono GOo. bottloof Sloan Liniment entirely cured her. I keep it nil tho tlmo for galls and small sw elltngs and for everything about tho stock.1' 4.12 Maiitix DoYI.K, Crittenden ... Fulton Graves Hickman .... Livingston ... Lyon uxv easiest way to make money is to buy land in Hrcckonridco county. Western land ha hnd itn day. Old Kentucky is the ideal spot in all this country for climate, for good crops, for good living, Democratic Candidate Wins Appellate for good people, and good, long life, llrcckinridgo county has bettor Judgeship In Seventh District By and cheaper facilities for reaching tho markets two railroads and Small Plurality. tlie Uhio river, lho people are prosperous nnd hind is cheap. Now Vote For President In Kentucky By is your time to buy. Land has advanced from 25 to 50, pot cent in Counties. the last ten years. In another, ten years, land will leap another 50 FIRST DISTRICT. per cent. Get in now while the start is cheap, Rep. Prog. Dem. Counties. Clin out this entire advurrisnmnnr.. ilirnl.-- Mm imml.n fVf :.... 1,087 Ballard 528 131 1,234 Caldwell 300 est you, write your name and ad lres and wc will keep 1,259 you in touch Calloway 2.40S 643 352 our bargains. 360 1,300 Carlisle 130 wiui HOW KENTUCKY COUNTIES .ED FOR PRESIDENT. ,1,257 1.5G0 luc Marshall ... McCracken ... Trigg Incomplete. Daviess Christian Hancock Henderson Hopkins McLean 3,800 1,431 859 994 739 2,951 1,227 1,325 490 800 332 359 90 8G0 8C Wanted Small Farms Wo have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acres, improved. If you have a small farm well improved, good level land, list it with us and wcjwill do the rest.' I 10 , J50 Acres, two miles from Hard-t- .. li'suurgii-ruoYo dwuhlng;2 barns . Acres. 3 ml le from It viiiKion.on rur.il level route. Uooil (num.' dwelling: o routns uinl i.os unu svju; b leimn. Iiuusuii pood grass. tob.ioco. wheat and veranda; euoil burn 305u; tuiiuiit ,M' "Mil Lear this sylUrecunny fo house; 13? acres under ulow; luuiiuies Kniss; 40 the acre. acres In tttulier; well watered, cistern una pounds ponds. 3i to i.0 bushels corn and ' acres, uood and lovul i land,. 11 tobacco to ucre. Uooil clover land lays wavy trfintt It.,... ..II I.....I l to level location Ideal and In otiu of the located ; 3 miles from Ir'vlngton. Price S3.300 best neighborhoods In the coui.ty. I'rleo f 1,200; H.c.tsh Terms on balance 25 ln II valley; I 12 ,ictes .'ln SOOiacrcs 3 miles from ratlror.d, T1n .r lOUseS. .". 'sU T nuartfampieionomllufroinschool-lioie- . or Kirk. Ilirjn liilmi..ii !.,... mi K mile from .school, well watered, 2 ...,w., .,m umuj vn ivuriwitouie. H tA "3 Uood Stock Tarm. 153 acres; well VTn I Improved dwelling; stock barn. f "ion i,D''!LMils' 13 Grows wheat, tobacco, corn, clover, and grass. Vi miles from Irvtngton, on rural Is a little rolling' but does route. This land not wash. Prlco right. Jnu. J). Ilabbagc, T lV,V',",, ,"cr kuou sciiooi 3ana churches. stock barw, '!"" Cloverport. Ky. ftrt V.D?nt 50,100. "ne CIOTor '"1 Brass lrlv"' Beautifully located ono mile from Nrt A a live town, 100 acres practically all lovul land, unimproved; good fencing. NO. 14 I?6 "crei located 1 mile north of Maundy. 1'rlco 12, 000. M cash Ideal spot for dairy farm. 1'rlco reasonable. baianco ln yearly payments. Write .1 no. U lUbbi.gu, Cloverport, Ky. '550 21G1 G2G 1,301 1,327 299 182 158 1,012 150 SECOND DISTRICT. 4.G40 No. 1. A 1CS Fine Home Farm No SLOANS LINIMENT is a quick and safe remedy ... 2.SS2 755 3.0G3 Un'on Webster Allen Butler Barren Edmonson .... Logan Metcalfe Muhlenberg .. Simpson 3,145 1,304 2,200 2,118 1,337 859 2,832 850 2.G79 880 2,072 1.G.52 1,703 3,407 224' 1,121 1,411 819 G75 1,830 70S 581 750 1,508 371 27G !..'' No No. or.i. 1,043 1,142 1.07S 1.53G 542 835 978 738 400 574 G39 1.G58 I'HIRD DISTRICT. .n' . for hog cholera. Governor of Georgia utet Sloan' Liniment for Hog Cholera. " 1 hoard Got. Brown (who Is quite a farmer) say that he had never lost a hog from cholera and that his remedy Always was a tablespoonf ul of Sloan's Liniment In ft gallon of slops, decreasing tho doso as tho animal Improved. myself List month Got. Brown and Collego wero at tho Agricultural building and in tho discussion of the ravages of tho disease, Gov. Brown gave tho remedy named as unfailing." The boy's appetite is often the source If you would have such an appetite Uke Ch miberlaln s Tablets. They not only creiue a healthy appetite, but strengthen the stomach and enable it to do Its work naturally. Por sale by Todd all dealers. Adv. Warren of mnazenietit. 1,470 3,364 800 1,739 484 1,012 556 1,410 1,315 '" " No. iLr iff&ravTn 3 l.a. thoconnt WiM 421 168 1,771 1,316 471 1,135 605 1,242 1,312 551 736 465 1,817 718 845 853 nu. t Savannah Daily " OnSEHVKB." News. At All Dealers. 25c, SOc. & 81.00. Sloan's Book on Hows, Cattle, llogi and Poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston. "Which is the tlmo, usually," ne said, with tho old ring In his voice, "that the apple gets bitten!" - Mine Host "but it's good, nnyhow, if you're hungry enough!" " "Add to all your charmB," said n.jii.. Mi.it-- . miother in oi Deing xeuigiii, ugiiuy, uiu qumuy f feajgood cook!" IS" it paid no outward heed. Tho rough faro and tho abominable coffee were palatable and both felt better after eating. They sat quietly after tho meal, the oil burning lower and lower in the lamp. Outsldea wolf barked and In the margin of Too wood a night bird flow by with a raucous cry. "And now," said tho mayor, Jovially, "it is tho curfew hour in Eden. Tho last one in bed won't havo to blow out the light, for it Is going out of its own accord." He aroso and, taking off his coat, rolled it into a pillow. "Lie down hero and rest a while," ho said, gently. "Please, Mr. Bedight," replied tho girl, her faco flushed and her eyes l! turned aWay. The mayor arose and stood before her. , "Miss McConnell," ho spoke quietly, reassuringly, "I bad a mother once. Sho was sweet and pure and and sho died." The mayor's voice broke for tho moment. "Sho she taught me to respect womanhood. She taught me to be open and simple and sincere. The situation in which wo find ourselves is trying only as we make it so. Let us be sensible and direct. There iytho bunk. Lie down and sleep, If you can. I shall Btretch out upon the floor and try it myself. You need " have no fear that "Forgive me," sho cried, laying' hor hands upon his. "I have no fear nothing but explicit trust and confl- j. f .tTlft irlrl'a fnflft' crrnw DaHnna nnrnln I Bright noted the varying shades, but At daybreak Bedight sighted a boat bearing in from Squirrel Inn. Ho hailed it and soon tho two disheveled adventurers wero enrouto to tho hotel. Jackio made much ado over Miss McConnell, who drew her aside, the roses in her faco redder than the color of the Magna Charta. Late In tho afternoon Bedight stole away to tho cabin and mado his promise of tho Friday previous, but tho prisoners were in a sullen mood and demanded to bo liberated. Monday morning found him assiduous in his attentions to Cleo Summers, who brought out a copy of "Lucille" and beckoned him to a shady spot In tho wood not far from the Inn. Seating herself on tho grass, sho handed him tho book. "As I understand It you are doing penance. This being true, I am compelled to ask you to read this book to me. It has b'een read to mo several times prior to this occasion," the red mounting to her cheeks, "but not recently, which Is a sure sign that I am Possibly I growing less attractive. splnsterhood and am approaching before I reach that goal, I desire to hear onco more this thrlher of love's young dream." Bedight took the book. " "I read this to a girl once, i "Of course," interrupted Miss Summers, "there isn't a man living who can read who has not at some time cr other hnd his dream as he read this tale to a woman with eyes like the skies and lips like the red, red cher- FOURTH DISTRICT. 1,153 Breckenrldge.. 1,967 215 1,293 Bullitt 1,678 1.0G6 Grayson Some of the Queer .Risks Taken by the Green 1,104 716 Brokers at Lloyd's. 631 2,770 Hardin 592 They wlllvtake any risk at Lloyd's In Hart :. 1,673 391 1,065 London, it should be understood that Larue 1,827 733 this great corporation has nothing to Marion 348 1,167 do with it, but that tho brokers issue Meade 1,147 2,430 policies as individuals. Here nre a Ohio 733 2,259 Nelson few specimens of risks actually In- Taylor 46G 1,146 sured: 719 Washington .. 1,377 The uncle of a rich heiress took out FIFTH DISTRICT. a policy for 10.000 guineas against her Jefferson 3,554 24,369 eloping with it certain man before a SIXTH DISTRICT. specified' date. He paid 1.000 guineas Boone 328 1,728 premium, nnd the girl did not elope, so Campbell 4,274 2,084 317 1,571 Carroll the broker was In 1.000 guineas. s 173 906 Gallatin A young man sued by a girl for 550 994 for breach of promise to marry Grant 1,184 G.939 paid 800 guineas for a policy covering Kenton 746 any amount of money the Jury might Pendleton .... 1.316 162 1,177' award to the plaintiff. It gave her Trimble SEVENTH DISTRICT. 700. so the broker made more than Bourbon 1,765 2,318 CURIOUS INSURANCE. dam-age- ISIn K 1!W acres located near Dukes, Han-'"- U cock county; 120 acres under plow 78 acres timber; well watered; plenty of fruit; dwelling; barn 40x00; 40 unres level, Uroom restrolllug, (lood land for tabacco. corn, wheat and clover. It is a bargain at $1,800, 500 cash, balance easy payments. 125 acres 1 mile South of Itock vale, Mr good level land. 4 room dwelling tenant house and necessary outbuildings. School houst) and church In 300 yards. Price SI. ISO cash. . dwell-i- li from ivj 7 74 acres. 3 miles rooms Kirk, porch, InglK story 0 ami good well, small tenant house, good barn and and stable, unnd orchard 100 acres In one and o ivi,, O is; acres In the other; 134 acres lo23,914 cated 3 mile from Uardlnsburg; I0O acres 3 mile of KIngswood miles from Horned; " f?,0oa NO. 15 -- MicreslK miles from Unrdlns- 7 . burK' county seat: well improv'St tMtn,ila Vl, t NO. 16 Ifil?1, - ? rustro,!!K: so" burn 80x20; log stable. 20 acres Mindyloam undeHald Dwelling; watered I'ico S150. "!,?crFs woll Improved land, ono NO.- 1 all lovi-- l fnhi8"l,)0H Excellent neighbo?) ".ol. Klni rn lllna5wel1 watered. I'rleo 7 S2.500 arrived at the office of a shipowner stating that ono of his steamers was on the rocks In a dangerous place. Tho owner took out n policy for 3,500, to bo paid to him if tho ship wero lost. He paid for this a premium of 3,000. The ship was saved, so ho lost the money. New York World. 100 profit. A cablegram Estill Fayette r'ranklin Henry Lee Oldham Owen Powell .' "lark Scott Woodford For dysrepsia, our national ailment, Adair use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom- Anderson Boyle mended for strengthening digestion, Casey purifying the blood. At all drug stores. Garrard Jessamino Adv. $1 00 a bottle. Lincoln The English King. Tho king of England has no legislative veto. He must sign his own death warrant If the two houses unanimously send it to him. It is a fiction of tho past to ascribe to him legislative power. He hns long ceased to havo any. The prime minister Is the chief executive of the British constitution. Tho king has tho right to bo consulted, tho right to encourage, the right to warn, provided ho can find anybody that wants to consult him or anybody that enres to be encouraged by him or nuybodv that will stop to bo warned. In other words, the king is n "Dgurehead," or, as It has been more respectfully expressed, ho Is tho "ornamental" rather than tho "useful" part of tho British constitution New York American. Madison EIGHTH DISTRICT. .... 2,809 874 5,256 2,981 2,274 728 1,149 2,447 647 2,334 1,609 1.395 1,392 1,794 1,099 1.248 1,500 1.8G5 1,055 868 4,050 779 805 573 204 087 403 949 772 786 550 695 800 485 895 1'rlco 132 colletre. NO. 1 Vi0 icrc'i 3 mlles "rth of Har-on2,506 rVirw O 150 acres; located on Honder.son Koute, 1 mile east of Lodlburg; 208 yUlte.m!bear,;, pasture. M) In Toll 119 70 acres Ingooa barn and timber; well dwelling; 182 watered ; lime-stoSI, COO. land. Price 2,057 467 trom Quston. 136 2 "ZtMl 140 acrps, res four mlles:west of JWr lG0 pO,OUU 3 miles from Irvlngton; well 3 miles watered : lays well; good youngorchard; good Z1r,,Y. ii,aIo?4uu0' 100 acresfrom branch In 433 timber ; ou rural route : school house f bw yards fn,J,roSf,!!1'eshlund:will produco acres In grass; the best lour 605 fro ii house; Improvements; gooa porch:room corn, wheat and tobacco In nelghtorhood- two PiS?lf"tt,Un':.JTator' wo11 dwelling with kitchen on back door f 350 dwelling. 2 rooms 1,363 tern back In the Held; meat and hon house; good stable; 3 tobacco barns; and slao housi 3 plenty 609 wood shed; will sellon easy payments;a('lress l,0"ty of good timber for farm purpofis," good fund to clear. I'rleo i. 000 M fruit. Further particulars 4S4 otsmill Ilabbage, Cloverport. Ky. cash. Jno. I). t 404 318 473 163 474 1 457 lu. m. Two-tract- RH ne S NO. 18 "tMVcres.onemllofromIIarned: Improved; plenty water; 2 stock barns dwullln- ""I tenant rn KOxGO ind liouVe. aifis of Tw?i. 9 Ulnshurgja-roomdwclllnjrjba- V. live-roo- m 3SM $2,000 RURAL TELEPHONES Mr. & 1 .... ... . Sal 1,257 890 1,132 271 688 1,024 1,289 1,172 Mercer Shelby Spencer Bracken Bath Boyd 3,119 1.788 2,470 1.0G0 1,310 1,512 1,817 1,509 857 1,823 1,119 2,498 916 1,606 2,494 1,008 1,594 5G8 1,021 420 750 894 1,050 409 992 910 590 010 257 278 282 1,432 1,339 804 463 813 250 946 016 549 212 275 202 402 406 297 armor, are you interested? on the manager of tho Cumberland Telephone If so, call Telegraph Company and havo hira explain tne special "Jb armors Lino" rate. NINTH DISTRICT. Cumberland Telephone & (Incorporated.) Telegraph Co. 5Z?&2&2$52&?5553S5555 Carter Elliott Fleming Greenup Harrison Lewis 312' 1.390 887 1,189 1,064 1,138 1,568 770 699 158 431 ry!" Lawrence Mason Menifee Morgnn .... .... ' Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association Jeh" C. To be Continued Ib your husband cross? An Irritable, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stomach, A man with good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been permanently "I have been somewhat costive, but cured of stomach trouble by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all Doan's Regulets give just the results I desire. They set mildly and regulate dealers. Adv. the bowels perfectly." Geo. B. Krause, Altoona, Pa. Adv. Nichols Robertson Rownn Wolfo Ilambloton, Henderson, L. L. Wilkorson, Now York, E. Keith, Elizabethtown $ 5.00 25. 00 1 734 5.00 760 Montgomery'.. 1,612 448 1,307 Breathitt TENTH DISTRICT. Floyd Jackson Johmson 1,033 510 943 900 ' 1,268 Subscribe Today Knott Lotcher Mnrtln Plko Perry 420 Magoffin Owsloy 3,100 540 957 604 305. 584 255 2,905 1,016 1,161 902 830 568 427 1,193 632 1.075 1,718 784 1,082 1.171 554 500 107 1,770 487 107 156 543 1,146 429 660 1,823 201 556 312 482 Ap-lat- Educate For Business Private instruction from expert teachers in all departments. Day an3 night school in session the entire year. Books free. Free employment agency. Not a graduate out of a position. Write for catalogue and terms. Mark the Studies You Are Interested in. ,lj ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Boll Clay Clinton Cumberland BETTER TRY A WANT AIL FOR QUICK Harlan.. Knox .. '877 106 S05 1.980 714 859 Leslie Monroe Pulaski Russell Rockc'astlo ...Shorthand Wayne Whitley McCreary Missing. ... ... U28 255 .. .. I ' . .IJookkeeplng. .Typewriting. Civil Service. ...Commercial law. .. .. ,., .. .Itapltl Calculation. .Penmanship. .Commercial Geography. .Nanking, Commerce, ..."fading. . . .Punctuation. . . . VbO of Adding ,. , .Spelling, .. . .Arithmetic. .English. Seventh Appellate District For Judge. Charles Cyrus Turner, of Montgomery was elected to fill vacancy on appellate bench. Bible Waa PUt Into e RESULTS ...Grammar, Name Address Machine and other office devices. .,..,...,, Em , Daviess County Business College "AdcnowUf the ColUf." J. MHMTf rrti, OwMub co, JCy1. Versifications, not only oi the Psalms but of the other books ot the Bible, were numerous la the sixteenth century. Oae ot the most prolific versifiers was Wlllam Hunnls, who, under such fanelful titles as "Seren Bobs ot a Sorrowful Soul tor Sin," 'A Handful ot Honeysuckles," "A Hlveful of Honey," etc., published a number ot rhyming versions of Genesis and Job, whleh .are bow worth their wefeht la foM to the MbUa Rhym. IMBBBSBBl Try a News Want Ad. Now Watch This iMi Week! Paper Next 300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best secmiles from railroad station; tions of Breckenridge county, 2 well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three tenant houses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of to- bacco, 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 1- -2 $ For the Opening Advertisement of the Irvington Hardware and Implement Company, Irvington, Ky. It Will be an Interesting Announcement for Everybody Notice to Winfield Hendry and daughter, Miss Carina Hendry, spent the week end as guests of Mr. Hendry's mother, Mrs. Taxpayers SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM! Alex Hendry, at Preston. Irvington Mrs. Chas. Redman and Miss Mabel Katherine Redman, of Denver, Col., spent Friday here as visitors of Mrs. Jonas Lyons. Miss Katherine Musselman spent Sunday as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. J. McCoy, in Louisville. Your school is now Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sippel and children returned Sunday evening from a paid bedue. If visit to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Roberts, of South Louisville. fore December 1st, 6 Will Head wjs here Friday visiting his brother, H. IJ. Head. per James Drurv, of Brandenburg, is vis6 per will iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury. be added. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith returned Sunday afternoon from a visit of several days with relatives in Louisville. Mrs. Thomas Lyddan has returned from a visit to Elizabethtown. Jimmie Wadlington, of Rock Island, 111., spent Thursday and Friday visiting his numerous friends here. Miss May Wadlington spent Saturday in Hardinsburg with her parents, Mr. Collector and Mrs. N. Wadlington. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Montgomery have returntd to their home at Vine Grove after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. November 15. The exercises will begin at one o'clock. There wili be a proJohn Nevitt. gram consisting of recitations, music Miss Mary Nevitt has returned from and speeches, which will be followed by a most delightful visit to Revj Daugh-ert- the planting. The entire community is and Miss Elizabeth Daugh-ert- invited to come and take part. of Paynesville. Mrs. John Sidllmau, of Hardinsburg, Miss Essie Kendall, of Webster, has was here Friday eveningreturning from returned home after a visit to Miss Louisville. Mary Nevitt. Miss Ruth Henniger returned Mon The School Improvement League day from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Fred met Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Sandemvater, of Hardinsburg. Interest in the league work is .still man'Mrs., R. B. McGlothlan spent the ifested by the members who attend the week end in Louisville visiting her sismeetings. ter, Miss B. Ada Drury. Mrs. Jas. Boliu had as week end Rev. W. H. Jones preached to a large visitors her sister Mrs. John Kirk and audience at the Baptist church Sunday children, of Fordsville. morning. Miss Mary Nevitt entertained a most Lawrence Kirtley spent Sunday in delightful house party last week. Her Guston with relatives. guests weie, Miss Elizabeth Daugherty, Rev. L. K. May preached to his con of Paynesville; Miss Evelyn King, Essie Kendall and Myrtle Lyddan, of Web- gregation at Webster Sunday morning and evening. ster, arid Miss Annie Gibson. O. C. Kitterman spent Sunday in Albert Moremen, of Brandenburg, Louisville. was here Sunday visiting his brother, Mrs. C C. Smith and Miss Nell Smith Dr L B, Mpremen. spent Thursday shopping In Louisville. Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain has returned Robert Jordan, wife and children, of from several weeks spent in diffetent Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting their towns of Eastern Kentucky. father, Dolphus Jordan. The Irvington Graded School will ob Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman was serve Arbor Day, Friday afternoon, 1q town Tuesday afternoon. tax not cent interest and cent penalty particulars write JN0. D. BABBAGE, I : Cloverport, Kentucky Jesse C. Payne, y y, Jasper Head, a . popular member of the office force of H. Wedekind Wholesale Grocers, of Louisville, spent Thursday night here visiting Mr. and Mrs. H B. Head. He paid a visit to the school Friday afternoon and was delighted to see such marked improve ment in the school situation. Mr. and Mrs. Oiler have purchased the property on Walnut street owned by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kedman, and will repair and occupy it within the next few weeks. Dr. W. A Walker and family were in town Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jess Payne. Miss Eva May Chapin returned Monday morning from a visit to relatives in Cloverport. "There could be no better medicine than Chambeilain's Cough Remedy. My children were all sick with whooping cough. One of them was iu bed, had n high fever and was coughing up blood. Our doctor gave them Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and tne first dose eased tiiem, and three bottles cured THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely Safe Place 40 YEARS 3 to do Business. Per Cent on Time Deposits ' n'""nniVfea0 Notice To ""l" or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the dates mentioned below and one of us at our office every day. I Taxpayers! VanZant, Monday November 18th Rockvale, Tuesday, November 19th Glen Dean, Friday, November22nd McDaniels, Saturd'y, November23rd property on which the tax is not paid by Dec. 1st will be advertised. If you want to save the 6 per cent penalty, 6 per cent interest and the cost of having your property sold please settle by Dec All builds up. It is to the minds of eager and impressionable young people what sound athletics are to their bodies. At a cost of less than four cents a week The Youth's Companion opens the door to a company of the most distingthem,"ays Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of uished men and women in America and Lexington, Mist. For sale by all deal Kurope. Whether they are revealing ers. Adv. the latest discoveries in science, or describing great industrial achievements, Dr. J. B. Weaver or telling of their wanderings in strange Chosen President. corners of the world, or feeding the imagination with rare stories, they are givPaducah, Ky., Nov. 2. Resolutions ing Companion readers the best of themthanking the people of Paducah for selves. their hospitality and the stewards for Seven serials at least will be published the use of the Broadway Methodist and by The Companion in 1913, and nearly the election of officers to serve the en- 200 other complete stories, in addition to suing year, marked the close of the some 50 special contributions, and a annual convention of the treasure-boof sketches, anecdotes, ex Kentucky Sunday School Association pert advice as to athletic sports, ideas tonight. A number of excellent ad- for handy devices round the house, and dresses were delivered today. The of- so forth long hours of companionship ficers elected are: President, J. B. with the wise, the adventuous and the Weaver, of Louisville; entertaining. Announcement for Rev. R. H. Crossfield, Lexington; will be sent with sample copies of1913 the treasurer, Clarence Watklns, Louis- paper to any address on request. ville; field workers, Rev. T. C. Gabauer, lSvery new subscriber who sends 2.00 of Henderson, and W. J Vaughan, of for the weekly issues of I913 Louisa; assistant elemeutury superin- will receive as a gift The Companion tendent, MUs Maude L. Dance, of Window Transparency and Calendar for Louisville; office secretary, Miss Fran1913, the most exquisite novelty ever of ces L. Grigsby, Louisville; general see fered to Companion readers; also, all the retary, Rev. George A Joplin, Louis- issues of The Companion for the remainville; superintendent of organization, ing weeks of 1912, free. Rev. Jnmes F. Price, Marion. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION i.4 Barkley St. Boston, Mass. . "It is a pleasure to tell you that New subscriptions received at this office. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy is the best cough medicine I have ever used," Don't waste your mouey buying writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, Ga. "I hnve used it with all my chil- strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's dren and the results have been highly I.iuliiieut is cheaper and better. Dampen h piece of flannel with it and bind it satisfactory." J'or 8ale by all dealers. over the affected parts and it will re Advertisement, lieve the pill and soreuess, For sale by all dealers. Adv. A GENUINE SERVICE. forty-seventh x fifty-tw- o Conservatory without examination, Mrs. LaiWade is proud of us all And will be our press agent when we go back to America she says. Surely, I am enjoying the wark and association. If only Rob and J. could be here. Little old Coleman would enjoy the soldiers, who look like they Were dressed for a negro minstrel. Everywhere, on all corners and In the stores, one sees soldiers and priests. The two come and go together and where they are, there is poverty and oppression. Some day, there will be a little French revolution here. The present king is named Albert. One of the largest libraries in the world Is located here In Belgium. I was over to arrange for a card last week. Thero is a large collection of English books. Within five '.minutes walk from our flat is St. Gllles (san geel) park. The entire city Is full of very beautiful laid out parks and the Botanical gardens here are wonderful, The name of our surbur is St. Gllles. Brussels Itself is very small, extending only to the old city walls which have been torn away and laid out in Boulfe. vardsalong these broad streets, all lined with six rows of trees, are separate drives for carriages, pedestrian and equestrian, also one for wagons. In width they are about .six hundred feet. This extends all around the city, our street Is just oil the Boulevard Waterloo. There are six or eight sub. urbs as arcs as Brussels itself and under a more separate government. The hills are very similar to those around Cincinnati. I ARE YOU A SALARIED MAN? Do you live on a certain allow ance each month, or do you "have money to spare?" Do you have to figure close to make ends meet or do you waste money on idle pleasures? In any case you cannot afford to be without a bank account. No matter how small your salary you can and SHOULD have a little here and a little there in order to provjde for the future. If you spend your money foolishly, you can soon get out of the habit by depositing a little each week or each month. Persistent saving, with the liberal interest we add, will make the account grow surprisingly fast. $1.00 will do to st;art with. I The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1st. Yours respectfully, DENNIE SHEERAN, S. B. C. says an old subscriber, "that every time The Youth's Compati. Ion enters a home It does that home a genuine service." That, describes the purpose of the publishers "exactly. The paper is not filled with mischevjous or mie tnouguu to All an Idle hour. It provide healthy pastime, recreatioa that "I believe," Any skin Itching.is a temper tester. The more you scratch the worse It Card, of Thanks. itches, Doau's Ointment is for piles, eczema any skin itching. 50c at all We thaak our friends and nelcrhhora for their kindness and assistance in the ' drug stores. Adv. bickhvmi bu ueam 01 our near lather. W. W. Stiles, "' Card of Thanks. li. L. Stiles, Flora N. McDonald, Ernest Haswell in We thank our aelgkbors aad frie&ds Laura E. Kemp, ifssils Dufitoa Stiles. for the lovely tHougatfulaees shows w in our bereavomeut. Mrs. Taos, W. A aoHHkeld remedy in America for ur Ernest Laminm wear, to play on Lewis awl daughters. IS yean Dr. Thomas' Eclectic nil bit violin forosar Thompton yeater for cats, burns, ecalda, day and admitted to th iK-a- TS il Tooeyl all drug atorea. Adv. 11 Ht Wli JT Subrcrlb. brat.