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The Breckenridge news: November 27, 1912 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 brc1912112701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 27, 1912 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS 'OL. XXXVII iLE SAM IT THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 Pages I CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912. Mr. and Mrs. Ulan ford and their baMrs. Blan-for- d Hon are In Texan now. Durch, of Washwas Miss Lillian ington, T). C, nnd .sho is a delightful young woman. by No. 21 GIVES CLOVERPOR T ASSIGNEE WANTS NOTES RETURNED APPOINTMENT Blanford-Go- es I i Murray As To ftxas Special Agent Of Subscriptions aru being tnken to United States Department a large grocery company iu this Justice-Preparat- ion For city. The organization has not been meeting will be held Equips Him For Tho perfected, but a complete plans for it. Friday night or-Ra- Plans On Foot For A Big Grocery Stora Here. TThe ice. flVE it Bh OF BRECKENRIDGE to being promoted by employees of theL.,H. &St, L. R. R. Company and will be known as an economy club. It is otolen Singer O 1 SCHOOL 10TES Agricultural Club Organized. Bank Of Hardinsburg Files Suit Against J. N. Alsop-Alleg- ed Walter Hawkins President. That Notes Were Wrongfully Domestic Science Class BeDelivered. gins Work With Class Officers. BASKET BALL GAME NEWS NOTES OF THE COURT vear there is always someono lasr more of his opportunities than fbefore, and it is the very young Inefficient and energetic, who Is fin oEt the honors nowadays. In- tion comes from Washington of ointment of E. Murray Blanford eclal Agent of the United States tment of Justice and for the pres-wibe located in San Antonia, spending some of his time at ll , Thanksgiving Service For Cloverport Tomorrow. The regular Thanksgiving service citizens of Cloverport tomorrow morning at the Methodist church at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Jas. H. Walker will deliver the sermon. will be held for all grateful AN EXCITING TALE OF A KIDNAPED PRIMA DONNA AyAVlWlvv.vAvAw.wAv.vVlVlvw HPHE sudden forcible abduction of a - IRVINGTON Will Have rt years ago Mr.i Blanford went t m Farm School DecemDays Session ber lO'-Thr-- No One Will Miss lans Made. ee It-P- beautiful girl City begins '. from the heart &&l of New York a Agricultural Club was organized with officers and members as follows: President, Walter Hawkins: Vice President, Fred Adams; Secretary and Treasurer, EulaMcCrackjn. Members: Jamos Fitch, Hudson Bohler, Earl Bolder, Walter Hawkins, Fred Adams, Samuel Allen, Jess Hall, Barney Squires, Murlol Morrison, Joseph William Seaton, Raphael Lewis, Joe D. Morrison, Walter Welsenberger, Bernard Lewis, Ruther Pate, Percy Jolly, Forrest Weatherholt, Hamman May, Ray Mullen, Virginia Harris, Gussie Burk, Lena May, Mary Owen Oelze, Rosa Slppel, Louise Nicholas, Donna Ross, Mary McGavock, Isabel Burn, Mabel McCracken, Lillian Gaynell Moad, Elizabeth Robards, Eula Robinson, Cammie Combs, Helen Miller, Hula McCracken. Ball-ma- n, The Bank of Hardinsburg, assignee of the Two States Bank, has filed suit In the circuit court of this county against J. N. Alsop for the collection of a number of notes, which are said to be In the possession of the defondant and which the plaintiff claims were Illegally and wrongfully him. delivered to en, The notes are about ten In number and total 81,630, the largest of them being a note made by Miss Dood Adair for7l5. The plaintiff charges that the notes were wrongfully delivered to Alsop and ask the court to order that they bo returned to the bank, the defendant having declined to deliver them to the assignee of the defunct bank. The suit is filed by Claude Mercer, of Hardinsburg. Owensboro Mr -- - iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH The State Agricultural College will conduct a farm school at the school chapel beginning December 10th, and continuing for three days. Dr. Mentch-leof Bowling Green, the organizer of Boys' Corn Clubs, will be one of the speakers. Miss Aubyn Chinn, of Lexington, will talk on Homo Economy. Not only this, but all surrounding districts, are urged to come and get the benefit of these most helpful lesr, series of mysterious and romantic incidents that it m .;: 000 Tho Domestic Science class has the following officers: Miss Leonora McGavock, president; Miss Mabel McCracken, Miss Francis Sawyer, secretary; Miss Bertha Perkins, corresponding secretary. t; REPUBLICANS Seem Determined to Have "Organ" in Louisville-- Mr. E. T. Franks Says They Are Having ?Wi 000 ions. will carry you along in breathless interest to a mmm Li. Pie Supper at Sample Friday Night For School. IP I A 'most dramatic climax The Basket Ball game Saturday between Fordsvillo and Cloverport went I4 to 8 in favor of the home team. The line-uwas as follows: B'ordsville, A. A. Kelly, C. Green, W. Burdette, C. Bennett, C. Shultz, Prof. Schultz, referee; Cloverport, R. Pate, Percy Jolly, Randall, Hawkins, J. Hall. Prof. Culton, referee. p Success. 'Hon. E. T. Franks, chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, stated Thursday that ho is meeting with a great amount of encouragement in the effort that is being made by the committee and by the Republican leaders throughout the State, to Rccurc for Louisville a Republican-newspaper- . He stated that from one end of the State to the other, the project is meeting with favor, and it is expected that within a shore time a meeting of "the State Central Committee will be called for the purpose of going more into the detail matter and seeing what can be done in the matter.-Owe- ns ioro Messenger. E MURRAY BLANFORD posi-n.irithe There will be a pie supper given by thesshool at Sample, Friday night, November 2q. Everybody is invited to come enjoy themselves and make it a .success. The proceeds will be placed for the benefit of the school children, and a penny spent in this way means dollars and happiness for the pupils in the future. Come, surel John A. Marshall, Teacher. Plank-John- son Santa Claus Letters. Washington, D. C, to accept a United States Department Agriculture. He recently resigned aacept his new appointment. In the ftlof 1908, Mr. Blanford entered the m school at Georgetown University graduated from the institution In 11, receiving the degree of L. I. B passed the bar examination and admitted to practice in the Court of the District of Colum- ind the Court of Appeals of the let of Columbia. Mr. Blanford has ys had great faith in education to broaden A .took every advantage .TBefore he went cast, he was grad- ted from the Southern Normal hool of Bowling Green, now the Kentucky State Normal .istern Uool, receiving the degrees of B. S. B. Qne might say that the K'A. Blanford's son got Ms teaching school for he had two irt rs experience in his home county Breckenridge and one year down h. With thrift, prudence ar.d do- .If t Ion, Mr. Blanford has gotten dace where he Is recognized by who dish out appointments worth Don't Miss It The new sena n i v. Nv.y . t io tw mihiw m, h- All Santa Claus letters to The Breckenridge News must be written on nice, white paper and plain enough to read so they will not have to be i about to appear One Farmer Loses 40 Hogs From Cholera. "SU .' a' te$i : in this paper jy-.'K- A marriage of interest that took place in Ln'uisville Nov. 16th, was that of Miss Colin. Loreni Johnson to Mr. Leslie Plank. Mrs. Plank is an attractive young brldo and. Mr. Plank is a popular Hendorson Route man. He is a nephew of Mr. P. D. Plank of this city. mystery and adventure stories we One of the best .? nm x vS ! '?&&? rwf .? ' "A. ih have ever published Watch for the Opening 'S. ?;. -- ' J John Wortham, a well known farmer near Star Mills, has lost 10 good hogs In the last few weeks from cl olera, and many other farmers of the same community have sustained lusst-- of a lesser number. Mr. Wortham's loss will amount to about $600, and an estl mate is that cholera has cost the county not less than $5,000 worth of porkers in the last six months. Elizabeth s Railroad Files Mortgage. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 23. The Loc-isvll- le. Henderson & St. Louis Railway Company (lied a mortgage with the Railroad Commission und the Sec to the Cenretiiry of State for J332.-15tral Trust Company, of New York, The money will be used by the company In making improvements. town News. First Snow of The Season. The first snow of the season fell Sunday morning about four o'clock. It melted rapidly as soon as the sun was snows for the winter up. Twenty-fou- r is the prediction now as the first felt on day of the month. the twenty-fourth Installment ' & -j- Goes to Martinsville. tA-" Mr. Heyser Has Accepted Position at Lookout, Ky Mr and Mrs. Foster Heyser will spend the winter iu the Kentucky mountains. Mr. Heyser has accepted a position at Lookout, and left for that place this week. Mrs. Heyser will go later and their daughter, Miss Ray Lewis Heyser, will remain In this city.. Telephone Man Hurt Carl Koemer, a member of the Cumberland Telephone crew, cot his rlcht lep broken Wednesday. Mr. Koemer Is a hXt. Vernon, Ind., man and Is well liked here. He is at the Cloverport, Hotel and Is getting along fine. Eveiy attention is given him and his friends hope he will not get lonesome during his recovery. ( fay Your Taxes Your City and School tax-e-s 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 Distinguished Kentuckian To Bo In Cloverport Col. E. Polk Johnson and Mrs. John-to- n, of Lonisville, will arrive here this evening to ba the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, James 13 Randall. .Col. Johnson is the author of a hlstorv of Kentucky just recently published. He has been a member of the Kentucky Press Associa- tion over forty years. s Mrs. N. J. Morrison Dies. . ' Mrs. N. J. Morrison died at HVcIock Monday niuht at her home on bouth .U'eukenridge street, after a long illucsv. lnfinnttie.s incident to advanced age Capt J. H. Rowland will leave this evening for Martinsville, Ind., where he will take a treatment for rheuma Annual Hunting Trip. tism from which he has been suffering greatly this fall. He will be accom J. n. Randall, master mechanic of H. & St h. R'y, went for his panied as far as Louisville by Mrs. the annual outing Infct Wednesday on the Rowland. private car 99. He was accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Randall, Mrs. Emma H. Skillman, Miss Kalherine Moorman, Messrs. R. W. Hensley, E. W. Weber, Dwight Randall, James T. Skillman, and porter, Joe Bradford. No. 99 was at Reeds, three failes from Green river, which is a great hunting field. The men hunted and kept the table bountifully supplied with all kinds of game. Mr. Randall's friends at Reeds showed their appreciation of his coming by sending in dressed hens, ducks, milk, butter, eggs, celery, lettuce, etc. "While the men hunted, the ladies drove, walked and returned the calls of Mr. Randull's many friends, Messrs. Randall, Joe Uoss nnd Miss Donna Ross went down to Reeds Saturday morning to spend the day with the party. The party returned to Cloverport Saturday evening over their delightful trip, praising Mr. and Mrs. Randall's hospitality and regretting that the fine trip was over. L-- , side-tracke- d Royal BakingPowder AHeallhfulOiialijiejioJiM Prof. Prescott, of the University of Michigan, testified before the Pure Food Committee of Congress, that the acid of grapes held highest rank as an article of food and he regarded the results from baking with cream of tartar baking powder as favorable to health. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of TarMtr. -- V. CHAPIN, City and School Tax Collector tmmmBSSSSSSSKSSSBBM HOC DHC TOE caused her death. The deceased Is survived by four children, who are Mra. J. W. Day, Mre. G N. MUligau, James Morriaon, of Ow teiHiboro, and Mrs, C. H, Cauley, ol Hancock couutv. No arraogew&tns have ben made in regard to the fuaer al, Owetu bj.--o Messenger. Littlo Miss Hutton. Perhaps she will be a journalist, Miss Murv Ellzibeth Hutton. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mac Hutton of Harrodsuurg. Her father is n member of the Kentucky a Pre. She surely must be as lovely as the dainty card announcing her arrival of November the tlxth. well-know- ' $' HMMBMHPI Good Luck is Good Management Does the Whistle Call you to Work? GET A BUSINESS EDUCATION! OWN THE WHISTLE! CThe business man is running a business, not a school. He expects you to know HOW when you come to him. We conduct an expert Business Training School. Actual business methods in operation each day. We give each student private lessons. No class work. You go just as last or as slow as you please. We have no entrance examinations. Our scholarships are good until you are competent. Our school is always in session. We have more students holding good positions than all other private schools in Western Kentucky combined. We are located in the best City of its size in the world. Our teachers are ex--' perts. They are men and women who have spent years training young people for business. . :i Our School is Divided into Four Big Departments Shorthand Bookkeeping Normal Stenotypy We have the most modern school equipment in the South. Fifty modern typewriters required for daily use. We give Free Instruction in the following subjects: ARITHMETIC, SPELLING, ENGLISH, GRAMMAR, BUSINESS LETTER-WRITINCOMMERCIAL G, LAW, RAPID CALCULATION, PENMANSHIP, AND J3TF111 TYPEWRITING. out and Mall Today"! Make 1913 the Banner Yeatr Mr. E. B. Miller, Prest. , Daviess County Business College, Owensboro, Ky, You can only Earn More as you Learn More We are always glad to show visitors through our school. The Railroad Company makes special school rates. You can come down in u Dear Sir: Please send mo full information regarding tho Course marked X ' Stonotypy j t Bookkeeping.'..,,... Shoi thand Normal. i My name is My address is My ago is .. .. , ; ....:... .'. :;...... . the Morning and return in the Evening. Write us for Catalogue and other printed matter. ..... It is understood that signing this coupon places mo under no obligation to tho school. 1 read, this advertisement in The Brcckonridgo News, Cloverport, Ky, t j Daviess County Business College E. B. MILLER, President "Acknowledged THE College" OWENSBORO KENTUCKY vir ( WTjrnt nr-,- : -- -. -- & rs v.. X w wt v CHILD WELFARE ItlT AND CONFERENCE HELD LOUISVILLE, WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE. Free Delivery Purchases of $5.00 or more Delivered FREE kn J BACQM INCORPORATED a son 1 Mail Orders Filled Promptly and Carefully Thousand Visitors on Opening jht Hear Children Sing, Spechea Witness Boy Scouts In Grand kreh. ulsvllle, Ky. Tho Child Wclfnro bit, planned as a mighty stimulus he people of Kentucky, was open- the Armory with 15,000 In attendance. It Is first exhibit of tho kind over held he South, and the magnitude of work can bo better appreciated n it is understood that an enor- s corps of efficient workers has two years or more In preparing displays. he exhibit was opened formally at 'clock, and tho program of enter- ment will last through tho rest of week, ending Saturday, November An Interesting progrnm for every except Sunday has been prepared. ho doors were thrown open by Morris Q. Belknap, president of Kentucky Child Welfare Confer- and Exhibit. The grand march e court of honor In the center of Composing main floor followed. Is were the chairmen of the various mmlttecs In charge of the work, the y Scouts, Mayor Head and 1,000 Stool children. e A Exhibit. KThe exhibit, whllo much of It Is de- Wed to Louisville conditions, Is a affair, workers having been Iftat to tho rural districts to secure kluablo data. Practically every sec-an of Kentucky was represented In ieway or another. Typical conditions the famous Bluegrass region were iqed in Juxtaposition with the enronment of the mountain people. lie various cities had something ideal show, and for tho sake of compari- m 'actual conditions were used to sharpen tho contrast and emphasize the lesson. The greater part of the exhibit is bomposed of pictorial designs, though abject lessons are found here and there In tho use of wax figures for de Mohstratlng apparatus, and models of various school buildings, nurseries, 'playgrounds are to be seen. Photographs or actual circumstances are Jflaced on screens beside pictures of ihe things desired for the 'improveHem oi me cnnuren. unaris, maps, llagrams and sketches of interesting tudy and skillful workmanship have their part In the displays. enthusi-spectators Opening of the Holiday Selling Friday, November 29th Always The It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christ- mas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are making the prices for the opening most attractive. The Christmas Store of Louisville Best for Gifts For Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Wife, State-Wid- kte-wld- o Less Sweetheart or Friend and a corps of salesladies to help you in your selection. ii t - Bring the Children to See Santa Claus Toyland opens witha real Santa Claus and he gives play money to each child accompanied by parent or older person. With this money the child can buy many toys and dolls - - Railroad Fares Refunded at the Rate of S I'Z imssuxtsma i RAISES "It is u THREE CROPS pleasure to tell you that Hinberlain'd Gough Remedy is the MAKES REFARMER eLeough medicine I have ever used," COLORED ErjtfYi Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, RECORD ON MARKABLE nave used it wltn all my cuil- r SEVEN ACRES. ' en and the results have been highly " For sale by all dealers. By Rotating He Succeeds In Securing Advertisement. Three Different Crops of Good " Quality in One Season. SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM! 300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best sections of Breckenridge county, 2 2 miles from railroad station; well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three tenant houses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of tobacco, 30 to 50 bushels corn, fine wheat and grass land. Price $4,200; one-ha- lf cash, balance in one, two and three years. This is the greatest bargain on our list. It must be sold. For 1-- n tisf-ictorv- . FIRE AT CYNTHIANA the first heaviest losers are the Frisble Furni early In that March, and when It had goture company, which occupies the llrsl ten under way tho second was started nd second floors, whose loss is $4,000 ho United Workmen, who own the uildlng and occupy the third floor iplaco their loss at $2,500. The Modern Woodmen and several other secret societies also use the third floor foi meetings, and their losses will aggregate $500. All losses partly covered by Insurance. Lexington, Ky. Clark Pepper, a negro, who owns and cultivates seven Losses Aggregating Seven Thousand acres of land on the Newtown pike, Dollars Suffered in Flames. near this city, has attracted tho attencrop rotation experts by the Cynthiana, Ky. Fire of unknown tion of fact that he has this year raised three origin in the Frisble building' caused crops on the same land, and a Iosb of about $7,000. Tho building distinct the products of each series have been Is throe stories high and the fire is very highest type. The negro thought to have started In the attic of the plowed1 the ground only once, and ho at the head of the elevator shaft. The explains crop was put In i particulars write "There could be no better medicine inn Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. y children were all sick with whoop- cough. One of idem was iu bed, ilgb lever and was coughlug up Our doctor gave them Chamber s's Cough Remedy and tbe first dose them, aud three bottles cured em,'' says Mrs. R. A. Doualdsou, of Dou'c waste your motley buying txingtou, Miss. For sale by all deal- strengthening plnsters. Chamberlain's i, Adv. Liniment is cheaper and belter. Damp eu a piece of flannel with it and bind it over theaffected parts aud it will re lleve (lie pain and soreness. For sale by all dealers, Adv. beside it. The third followed later In the season, after the first had practically matured and the roots of the second had secured a good foothold. Ho Is espe cially proud oi a splendid crop of tobacco that ho raised on tho samo ground that had been planted In kalo greens and roasting ear corn early In the season. Tho following are some of tho com binations which ho used in tho series of successions during tho season: Onions, radishes, salsify; cabbage, potatoes, celery; kale greens, corn, to bacco; radishes, lettuce, carrots; Irish potatoes, corn, turnips. JN0. THEY ALL D. BABBAGE, IT land : Cloverport, Kentucky F ft fa Cloverport, Like Every It. Heyser. Mr. Owen came through by He said the road is much longer than it used to , be ,as so many new ways had been made. The friends of City And Mr. Owen enjoyed his visit very much. In 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 grtat many have been permanently cured of stomach trouble by taking Chamberlniu's Tablets For sale by all dealers Adv. "painy's 5aKe" use I a. Town In The Union, Receives Lewisport BEST IT MEANS Don't Keep Flour WANTED! Highest Cash Price paid for Fur,Eggs,Butter, Rabbits and all ;inds of Poultry. Yours very truly, H. DAVIS, Harnfd, Ky. ETM.3 People with kidney ilia want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that telieve, but not permanently. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here is proof of merit from this vicinity. Henry Nail, Hartford, Ky., iys: "I have need Doau'sKidney Pills for about FAMOUS STALLION IS SOLD. a year and have found them to he an Ky.-nJo-hn T, Collins & Son, excellent remedy for kidney complaint. Paris, of North Mlddletown, have sold to J. I had pains In my back and iu my D. Dowles and L. P. Dickorson, of sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills adBardstown, for a privute consideration, vertised, 1 procured a box and they did the sensational young stallion Beech-woo- d me a world of good, f can therefore recPride, formerly Harmon 4710. them to anyone suffering from Being sired by the famous stallion ommend kidney trouble." Roosevelt aud out of a mare by ChesTbe above ts not an isolated case, Mr, ter Dare, to young stallion Is royally NhII is only one of many in this vicinbred. Deechwood Pride won both the harness and saddle class at tho Louis- ity who have gratefully endorsed Doan's, ville State fair In 1911, but by reason If your back aches if your kidneys of a temporary injury from wich he bother you, don't simply atk for a kid of a temporary injury from which he ney remedy Aik distinctly for Doan's from the show ring the last season. Kidney PiIIp, the same that Sir. Nail Mr. Collins entered him In the $6,000 had, jOc all stores, Foster-Mllbur- u Co., saddle stake at the Panama exposition, Prop,, Iluffalo, N, Y.r-Ad- v. and If ho mishaps occur his new owners expect to try for the rich stake. Tbe price Is understood to have been PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING If Your Grocer it, Write to us Had A Delightful Trip. Mrs. Kate Jones, of Glen Dean, at tended the State Sunday School convention at Paducah and had a most profitable visit. Mrs. Jones Is an elllcient church woman and knows the work well. TOBACCO ASSOCIATION ELECTS. LEWISPORT MILL Lewisport, Kentucky v-- CO Carlisle, Ky. Judge A. D. Tllton, ol the Farmers' House, has been elected president; "W. D. Mclntyre, of tho People's House, vtco president, and Herd? Myers, of tho Burloy Houso, secretary and treasurer of tho Carlisle Tobaccc Association, which has been organized here for the protection of buyers and sellors. The market will open Tuesday, December 3. The boy's appetke is often the source of amazement. If you would have such uu appetite take Chamberlain s Tablets. They not only create a healthy appetite, I VI KfGfEef33 ?C5 . m m m t nnnn tUIIUW aEiCU MtiAL KE0ti .?E? C4E H--k j-- v --. J Coal, Hay and Grain HESTON, WHITWORTH & CO. Hardlnsburg, Ky. &7ii7l7!L74a3m'7J&WmJSJmi?X?M7U77Ji7lil 1 about $3,000. Mr. Owen Here. $3.50 William Owen, of Glen Dean, left hut strengthen the stomach and enable Evening Post and Brackenridge News Saturday after a visit to his brother, it te do its work naturally. For sale by one year 13.50. Dr. Owen, and his sister, Mrs. Foiter all dealers, Adv. Louisville Try a News Want Ad. Now THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. D. BABIAGl, Editor ami PttWishcr Issued Evory Wednesday. St EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1912 hundred and fifty thoiimnd dollars for his future Hoy hwny pot-raaetand other men in llie Government ervice have twed Bttcli forewight and resisted' thu teiliptationrf that come fo a man with a fat salary? Mr. Twfl must got a deal of satisfaction out of knowing he wns hither than his presidential salary, and ho handled it eo well that ho is Independent of Mr. Carnegie's offer. ers rwi Kiilienrinfinn nrim $1. 00 n vear in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, nndEc for each additional insertion. CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at tho rate of 10 conts per line. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rnto of 6 conts por lino, money in advance. , Examino tho Inbol on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Tho tobneco grower is tho only porson who could complain of tho fine weather wo havo had this fall and still having. Ollie James, and Congressman Ben Johnson were in Louisvillo last week on their way to Washington. Whilo there thoy wero besieged tfith oflici seekors. Mr. James said ho was sorry thoro were not ofliccs enough to go around, becauso ho said thcro were so many good Democrats that woro very deserving. Ho said y ho had not decided on any recommendations yet, but would give applicant a hearing. When asked what ho thought of tho plan of deciding ponlmnslcrships by means of primary olections, ho said that was purely local. Tho Democrats in his own town had adopted that plan, and it seemed to bo satiidactory. Congressman Ben JohnWilson in son said thufjusi as toon as ho learns what Pi esident-elec- t tended to do iclativo to postoflices of tho fourth class, ho would know what he could do in tho matter of rccommerdations for fouith-clas- s Ho said further, that if President elect Wilson depostmanterships. cides to tako those ofliecsoutof the civil seivice, he would then be ready to tako up thescj matteis with llicjc wlu aic Kekirg Senator-elec- t ov-or- Thip season of tho year is tho timo your house needs a now roof or tho old ono needs icpairing. It is tho best time to paint, to put up puttcrne or clean and repair the old one to got tho fall rains in your cistern, which may also ned patching. To havo you a now homo built to cat Christmas dinner in. To mako somo nice concrcto walks around your placo. To look aftor your chirano3's nnd fluesand sco if thy aro sufo for the winter lircs. I do all of tbo above, but if you prefer to do tho work, Jet mo flguro with you on th material. A full and comploto line of all kinds of iu ircitiiiiu I uu "W w v jw T ' 1 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. Turkey and cranberries will taste just as good at Christmas' time and better if you arc not going to have a big Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Mrs. Hefty Green, tho world's lichest woman, took time on her scvcnty-eifjhlbirthday to dictate ten "donts" for girls, .lust that would keep any girl lmppy and busy. ton h Mr. John Burn lend a splendid Thanksgiving service in this city Sunday evening. Ho said tho way to be thankful was to talk about tho things wo had to bo thankful for and let the others go. How much more a man can get for his money when ho buys conts serves something to take home. At a restaurant twenty-liv- e oysters enough for one, and when you take a quarter's worth homo there arc oysters enough for six. A nicklo will buy not an extra good cigar, but it gets a pitcher of buttermilk that tho whole family will relish. Genuine gratitude is full of action. It gives a man energy, it keeps him constantly paying tho world back for till tho good things of life. Gratitude never logs, it does not prncastinate, and never has tin apology for putting o(T thanking one so long for a kindness Gratitude never forgets. Gratitude is kind and tender nnd forgiving. A heart full of grutitudo is a heart full of love. And love never fails. letters from our subscribers for publication with or without name. Toll us about jour home for that is tho most interesting place in tho world. Theio is no placo like it. Tell us ab.out a gcod bcok jou have uad, or something you havo accomplished. Most of us stay at home, some have tho fortune to go abroad, and those of us who cannot have the pleasure of seeing now places, can find wonderful interests right nro'ind us,-i- we keep - our eyes open. Wo should like to havo more f Life pensions for Presidents, wo think, is asking too much of the Andrew Carnegie wants to give $25,GG0 annually to each of tho United States. Mr. Carnegie will not live future forever, and the nation hasn't many pocketbooks the size of his. A soljimn who surrenders tho Prus-id-i ncy is rot an old broken-dowdier, ho is a man of experience and capable of a broad field of usefulness that is always lucrative. Mr. .Taft is said to havo saved one people. n . Public Sale! ; "Sweet Memories of Bachelorhood Days" held tht; atten. tton of both tho bachelors and otherOld Bachelors' Club Has Grand wise. Harry Stewart's talk on "The Tricks and Usefulness of the 'Possum1 Time at Their AnnuarPossum fit in splendidly. II. C. haddock's aff.er dinner speach in defiance of the Supper-Spee- ch by Wm. Jenold bachelors made the club members nings and Others. feel gcod. At 12 o'clock the band played "Everybody Looks Alike to Me," and every one departed thanking Most of the tobacco crown around of the club and Mr. English for tho happy has betn sold to Mr. Jennings, evening. Clovarport. Miss Ossle Payno and Miss Marie Bandy spent the week end at the guests of Miss Nina Hardin Ernest Haswell in Brussels and Miss Mitmie Adkisson. J. W. French, of Stephensport, spent Today I bought a pair of gloves for Sunday tho guest of '"s uncle, H. C. three francs CO cents. They are very Haddock. Miss Mao Claycomb, of Louisville, cheap here. This kind in America would who has been visiting friends and rela- cost, at least, three or four times ns much. Shoes are very expensive. Emtives here, has returned home. ma Helen would go crazy about the Arthur Drane, who is salesman for dolls they are very fine and inexpen Johnston Bros., was at home Sunday Mve. Miss Evlyn Klntr, of Hnrdlnsburg, Corn can not be had and only a very is visiting Miss Ossie Payno. few tomatoes at a price unheard of, but At'the bachelor home of C. B. Eng- mushrooms are only a few cents. Mrs. lish on last Wednesday nighi the Old Eggerickxz, Eggrick our landlady, Bachelors' Club, of Webster Grove, has a little French maid, Helene, and had their fourth annual 'possum sup- she brings up the bread, milk aDd mail per. Owing to the good marksmenshlp every morning. On Wednesday she of the hunters of the club, the table scrubs everything, floors and all. She was most bountilully laddened with wears wooden shoes sabots (sabo) as quail and wild duck. Music was furn- do all the working class of Belgium Al ished through supper hour by Hayden's the floors are tile and pointed wood celebrated .colored string band. Tho with rugs that can be taken up for dining room doors were thrown open scrubbing. The people keep the houses at 8:30, and tho guests, lead .by Will painfully neat, but themselves they Jennings, of Cloverport, marched in to neglect. It is nothing fo.r a Belgium to supper to the sweet strains of "Is Ev- go three months without a bath all erybody Happy?" After supper we over. had several good speaches. Thos. The boys "J. G's age wear socks like talk on "How to Be Happy" Coleman. The girls of sixteen wear was enjoyed. Mr. Jennings' talk on their hair down their back unplaited. "How 1 Come to Be a Bachelor" was Even the older ones do this. The leaves are all off the trees, yet one Mill sees the boys' bare legs above their box. I do not know whun they take them off for the winter. I decided I did not want a mustache so I cut it off. Should you chance to go to Washington this winter you will find it scattered along the way, on trees, fences and shrubbery or perhaps it is over in Miss Tula's pasture on Jodi-burg WEBSTERNEWS pathetic and Gibson's essay heart-touchin- J B. A1ARI0N WEATHERHOLT, Cloverport, KyM HOE Od HOE 0 Tax Payers Take Notice Glf'you have not paid your State and County tax by Dec. 1912 there will be 6 per cent added and then it must be paid immediately for the reason that the State must be settled with. CDo not let this extra cost go on your taxes and then hlame someone else for your own negligence. 101 0 r I CCome in, office next door to Post Office. R. O. PERKINS, D. S. Cloverport, Ky, 3Q f 101 cf IQEZZJffMf '' 's t by now. Turkeys And Rabbits. I.B. Richardson, Garfield, has bought and shipped about 500 turkeys this season. Prices I4 and U'4 cents Mrs. Sarah Snyder sold $51 worth and Mrs Brown Wednesday, Dec. 11, 1912. Sit. At my farm (recently sold) near Basin Springs, I will sell to the highest and best bidder all of my There have been about 5000 rabbits shipped from Garfield this season. They brought $1S0 per thousand. Tobacco Sales. J. W. Huffines, 6000 pounds Burley to Foster Lyons at $8.25 round; B. S. Norris' crop at 8 cents; Roy Cain 10, 000 pounds to B. S. Wilson at $10 round. Several crops sold around Garfield at $6 and 8 round. i 1 1 Household and Kitchen Furniture, I Farm Implements, Horses, Mules I and Cattle. This is a bonifide moving sale, and every thing goes,' as I have, to give possession of my farm, recently sold, at once. Have a fine lot of. Stock and Farming Implements. Killed By Falling Into Corn Shredder. Ekron, Ky., Nov. 2O. Leonard Sherlock was killed today on tho farm of Cecil Shane, near here, when he fell The man with a big fat turkey has a Thanksgiving Dinner once a year. The man with a big fat bank account has a Thanksgiving dinner Every Day. Thanksgiving is in the heart, and knowing that you are comfortably fixed makes a real thanksgiving. Our bank is a safe place to put your money. We will tieat you courteously and help you with advice Come to our bank and consult us. Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000.00" THE BANK OF MARDINSBURG & TRUST CO.. into a corn shredder. Ilardinsburf , Ky. I Notice.. Notice is hereby given that I have this day assumed control and taken over all the business of Gregory & Co., including mill, machinery, and all material connected therewith and all notes, bills and accounts, all the property pertaining to the business of Gregory & Co,, and in the future the same will be conducted by me, and under my supervis ion and direction. This 26th day of November, 1012. Jas. M. Lewis. J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRV1NOTON, KENTUCKY In . Represents the Leading Companies the Country CYCLONE FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND ERNEST HENDERSON, BASIN SPRINGS, KY. D. W. HENRY, Auctioneer. M Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers. Household and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited. Gete Go Down Every Morning And County Business College ad in The will be pleased if you should decide ta Come Back That Evening Breckenrldge News this week and send enter his college. The school te tb most convenient in the state, the it to Mr. Miller. He will take an inter-e- Is not a olace of exnense and von 1 Cut out the coupon in the Daviess in your ambitions and plans, and be delighted with It. st tff 9ft HnC red Brcknridge News 1913 OffBTH IOC DUE 30C oc ion SSBf .WEDNESDAY, NOV 27, am at the PoHOftllcoatOtoTerport, Ky clnm mutter FOR FOREIGN fiiM ADVERTISING DY fHIS PAPER REPRESENTED THE GIRLS WANTED TO SHOES! SHOES! "1 te" USS NEW YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICES HAHCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES LEARN CARDING, SPINNING AND WEAVING SHOES! "up-to-the-Minu- MUTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS We have a selection that can't be For Precinct nmt city Office f 2 50 For County Offices... $6 00 $ 15.00 For State and District Office 10 PerCalls, per line 10 For Cards, per line..... For All Publications in tbc inter est of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Good Wages. Cheap Board surpassed in Cloverport TRANSPORTATION ALLOWED ...APPLY AT ONCE TO... They are "snappy" and and Heavy all kinds, Fine, Medium Just the kind you want LOCAL BREVITIES v.y m Fresh oysters for ThnnksgivInR 15a-glish Kitchen. L. B. Perkins has returned home from Earllngton. Mrs. Harry C. Gans is visiting relatives in Hawesvllle. For rent Dwelling furnished, part or all. F. T. Heyser. Marcus fcnd Joseph Miller have returned home from Tell City. Mrs. Knott Hardin and Miss Clara Hardin were in town Thursday. Mrs. Roscoe Severs, of Jenkins, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. D. II. Severs. Miss Kathrine Moorman will entertain the Girls' Club Friday afternoon. Miss Lula Seven, Misses Eva and Edith Plank spent FrMay In Louisville. Mr. Weber, of Louisville, was the guest of Miss Kathrine Moorman Sun- !J" day. , Mr. John KIncheloe and Mrs. Her-beBeard, of Hardinsburg, were here Wednesday. Mrs. H. V. Duncan will entertain the Ladies Reading Club next Thurs day afternoon. Mrs. Cordrey and daughter, Miss Bertha C"ordrev. have returned to their illitma n T?.llnV)pl'.htOWn. Mrs. Courtney Babbage and Mrs. Harvey Stone" have returned home from Sorgho and Owensboro. 5ilr. and Mrs. Ross and family have nloved in the residence of Mr. Jas. i rt J INDIANA COTTON MILLS CANNELTON, INDIANA 5nm IOE "Get them Early" J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. old KENTUCKY hoc STATE ) oc 30E and Mrs. Gjlpln and other friends. Wm. P. Laslie and Simon Beavin went to Evansville last Saturday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Russell. Allen K. Laslie accompanied them home from Evansville on his way home from Trilla, 111. At the home of Mr. Ed. Adams last Thursday night in Eastland n Cottage was held by the Rev. Chas. Adams, of the Holy Bible Misspersons ion of Louisville. Thirty-fiv- e attended and a splendid service was en joyed. Prayer-meeting B UNIVERSITY WORK Extends ion To Cloverport-Thr- ee tH n S KSS-yvSi- Lost Ky iiis. Sweater two-ntor- e 11' 32 MANY WOMEN CARRY Men Of The Extension And Ilurrilnshuri; sweater with ON wlilto letter I'lke. ft blue J. It. Iiatidnll, I. Iteturn to Oioverport, DivisFor Sale Storehouse. y pOU SAIjR Otto friiiue dwelling In tho town ot Mooloyville. Ky.. 011 oi sport and Concord hi roud, with vu roams und a 20x40 foot storeroom. bcalt'H, show cases und nil fixture ready for use, Hte-yh11 BANK ACCOUNTS This bunk has opened n Women's Department, that is, wo Wo know that wo1110 delighted to have women depositors. men aro better financiers than men, but they have never had an opportunity to developo their talent or wiving and managing tho funds of the household. Men have come first in making bank deposits and looking after the cash. But tho list of women who are taking advantage of the conveniences of banking facilities is growing and wo aro pleased to have our bank as their depository. We cordially invite all women to carry their accounts with us. :: FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Domestic Science Teacher Here Four Days At The High School-Horticulture J. I). CunuliiKhiiin, Ohoniiult, Ky. Panama Pacific Exposition Buildings. Discussed. MUCH INTEREST AT C. H. Final plans for the architecture of the Panama Pacific Exposition at San Francisco, in I9I5, have been definitely accepted, and all of the main exhibit buildings are expected to be completed before July, I9I4, eight months before the exposition Is to be opened to the public Th,o exhibit group of structures will be tho loftiest exposition building ever constructed, and one of ifc.Y&uncer on men street. the architectural features will be the and Miss Bertha series of innercourts between the main Mrs. Walter Graham Smith spent Sunday w'th Mr. and Mrs. exhibit places, each court expressing some distinct architectural design, as John Graham at Lewispoii. shown in a number of pictures In the Miss Shellie M. Laslie, of Stephens-porPopular Mechanics. spent last Saturday and Sunday December with her brother, Wm. P. Laslie. Have Special Opening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, of Lew The Irvlngton Hardware and Imple isport, visited Mr. and Mrs. O. C. ment Company have their stock of Saturday and Sunday. Shellman goods now in place in their now buildMrs. Fred Ferry and daughter, Annie ing with furnace connected. The show iu a" iUUrniy, liuve goue.iu ummuupia ' windows and attractive wall coses are If visit Gen. and Mrs. David R. Murray. most inviting. See their, ad in the Mrs. W B. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes News this week Jor opening dates ttnrrlnpr. nf will be HUeStS of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Willis for Mr. Coomes Dead. giving. if Attorney Allen R. KIncheloe, Har- home of died at last J. here on f dlnsburg, was has a smile business won't hisB.son, Coome,s Coomes, the Raymond. of Oral that week. Allen He was seventy years old, a member come off since the election. of the Baptist church and a good The young society people of this city gaye Miss Donna Ross, Messrs Joe and 'Randall Ross a surprise reception MonNotice. day night at their home on High Street Notice is hereby given that I have Mrs. David Phelps and daughter, Kathrine Hunter, and sou, B'lly, have this day set over and transferred to returned home from Versailles after a James M. Lewis all of my interest in visit to her father and mother, Dr. the firm' of Gregory & Co., including all material, machinery, unpaid acCwnshaw and Mrs. Crenshaw, counts of the firm, notes, billsand propKev. Mr. and Mrs J. II. Wallier and , have erty of every description belonging to children, Margarette and Jam-swith said firm of GregReturned home from Campbellsville and connected ory & Co. This 20th day of November, where they had a delightful visit to Mr. Eliza Gregory. I9I2. t, S. For Sale House and Lot on HAVING bought nfurra and will move my I. 1U13. I will oiler for sale house and lot In Irvlnmon. Anyono wuntlnt; u property In n Rood, live town run buy a from mo. L T. Klrtley. lrlnton. Ky. bur-Kiil- A Noted Educator on the Chicago Stock Show. THE CROWN OF GLORY The gold and porcelain crowns h, with propriety, be called wewns of glory for they have added to the comfort and beauty of a great many people. Far the Restoration of Teeth it have crone bevond the stage of pus;, these crowns are par excel- tK. vve maice a specialty 01 uu tautlful work. W. A. WALKER, ) Dentist Ky. HarcURgburg, ever Hakcry Prof. W. A. Henry, in speaking of the International Live Stock Exposition, which will this year be held from Nov. 30th to T)ec. 7th, said: "The International Is a clean show. It has but one purpose the betterment of the live stock of the West. One can attend the International In full assurance that this grand purpose rules supreme. "To the farmer tf hose son has been faithful this season, let me urge, take him to the International. "If your boy shows Indifference to farming, and you long to keep him on the old home place, take him to the International and arouse his ambitions. t "If your farm Is operated by a renter, and you would like to or arouse in him a keener Interest for ' Social Friday Night. better stock, take him to the International. "The more good live stock there Is In The Epworth League will give a soany neighborhood, the moVe valuable cial Friday night In the parlors of the Urge Methodist church.' Miss Lula Severs becomes the property there. your neighbors to go with you to the will leid the .League service Sunday I evening. International." tea-an- Interest, decision, action, all three C. H. S. Just as soon as Prof. Chlnn, Prof. T R. Bryant, Prof. H B. Hedrlck, und Prof. J., H. stepped Into tho school building in this city the attention of 200 young Kentucklans was gotten and it was held until they became thoroughly interested in the work of the Extension Division of the College of Agriculture of Kentucky State University. 'The boys and girls of the High School decided at once to organize clubs and the activity that went on was equal to that of a suffragette meeting. Elect ing presidents and secretaries and other oillcers made the ballots fly. An Agricultural Club and a Home Economics Club were organized Prof. J. H. Carmody, whose special ty is horticulture, gave an instructive lecture Tuesday night with Illustrations. After Mr Carmody's lecture, one young lady spoke up with the delight of a girl who has just got on to a new fashldn. "1 never knew before that apple trees could be cut down low and bear fruit." Mr. Carmody proved by his lecturo and pictures that one doesn't have to use a ladder or climb a tree for the big red apples any more High fruit trees aro out of stylo Mr. Carmody told his audience much about horticulture that he thought surely everyone knew as well as he did. They didn't know half he told them and it was a lecture that will be recalled many times. Prof. H. B. Hedrlck lectured to the boys about corn, soils and farm crops, etc. The boys' corn cfub movement was started through his efforts and he said enough to give the boys the "Corn fever" so they will not get over it. Prof. T. R. Bryant dia a bit of personal work among the farmers, who wore In town during the week. He likes to meet them and hear directly what they are doing to improve their farms and perfect their stock. Prof. Aubyn Chlnn gave domestic science lectures every day and organized a class In the High School, who will continue their lessons from the State University by mall. The girls were Intensely Interested In the lessons. What they learned about food in a week will help them for many years to come One family had rice three times a day last week because the domestic daughter of the family learned that it produces heat and energy. Miss China was the guest of Mrs. David Phelps while here and the University men stayed at the Duncan House. They left Friday for Lexington- The school will he held in Irving-to- n December 10th and at Hardinsburg next week. at Au-by- n Car-mo- dy Public Sale DUIUjIO SALE, Monday. December 2. to hluhent bidder, burse, mule, niuru. mlleh cow.. Wilson, hoes, household furniture uluii Dean, Ky. John .). Ask-In-, Lost Pockelbook. OS? Voukutuf ok Saturday afternoon by - ICH.Iucl.'soil. Tur I'ork. Kv. Klucler will jrecelvo iigiod rowsirrt. I For Exchange CEVElCALcood furtn mares for sulo or ux 7 chmiKu for mure mules Robertson & Heard. UurdlnsljurK. Ky. -- For Sale COU SALE A 15 horse poner stationery 1 Gus EukIuo; Wutltlns make. I u K'ood repair. Hruckenrldco Nowrs.Cloverport, Ky. For Sale of lejrul blunks. Oloverport. Ky. pOUSALK-Deef- ls, Farm For Sale Having sold a part of my farm, I now olfor tho balance, for sale, about 1G0 acres. This land lies just outside tho corporate limits of Hardinsburg, is in a high stato of cultivation and most all level. MortKim'is and all kinds ItrecUenrldRu News, Dr.W.B.TAYLOR ..Permanent.. Dentist Cloverport, ed. dwelling with The improvements consists of 1 1 four-rootenant cellar, cistern and all necessary outbuildings. 2 compaiatively now tobachouse with cistern and outbuildings. co barns, 10x84 fi. 1 stock barn of 10 stalls, tool house, crib and everything necessary for a well exuipped farm. Tho price is right and terms reasonable on this propoity. two-stor- y Kentucky need- P. M. BEARD, :: Hardinsburg, Ky f5(En Want an uctlvo man In fliis locality. To Introduce us to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when sick, Injured, and ut death for smallest cost. offer to first apand Cash-Bonplicant from this place. Write quick for particulars Free-Insuran- $50.00 TO 5100.00 A For your spare time Kxperlcnce not Si !ES1 ISf KMSS5KiSSSSaS3KS THE 835, Covington, Ky. Notice to Tnose Who Write For The Breckenridge News Persons who send articles to the Breckenridge News kindly take pains to make them plain and on paper of reasonable size. Wrapping paper Is not convenient to handle on a type case or desk. Always sign name. m 1 m m CHRISTMAS! and the Eternal Question ? INSURE AGAINST FIRE with 1 Will be answered in aus Christmas 1 advertisement in the Breckenridge 1 News next week. Will tell you m 1 what to give tke whole faiuly and ml 1 the othersr G.B.&O.T.Skillman Representing tho snmo seven time tried companies that paid over $00,000 of the loss in our big lire of 1001 without a single kick. I. B. RICHARDSON GARFIELD, KY. HARDINSBURG NEWS ft ARE YOU A SALARIED FOR THANKSGIVING Entertainment At City Hall Fri MAN? Do you live on a certain allow anco each month, or do you "have money to apare?" Do ydu have to figure close to make ends meet or do you waitc 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 lit 'tie here nnd a little there in order to provide for the future. If yju 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 mHke the Account grow surprisingly fast. $1 00 will do to start with. day At Night-Cha- nge Of Attrac- Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains Mtm C. MAnoxry, of 2709 K. St., W. Washington, J). O., write I " I suN feral ulth rheumatism (or Ato ye.trs t, nil I biivo Juit Rot hold of your and ft lias dono mo to miuh Root, .Mv kiivcsilo not i.ilnandtUe welling lias gone." l.lnl-tncn- WI - ft ATTv t tions ForThe Winter Evenings Tho County Capitol- - Per- sonal Notes About Those You Know. MUCH SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK 9 - CHURCH DIRECTORY Cloverport Churchii Baptist Church T' lflrL n. m. O. RnnttU Pnrdnv Prhonl. Ltfthiroot. Prayer Meftlt woonosnay 7 so p. m, rinptist aki twe society meets ivionany aiirr rrconu nur evrrv month. Mrx. A. II. Hklllmnn. Pre a. m.. M IT achlnii ctrcrv HundAv nt 7:30 n. m. ltnr. E. O. Cnttroli I'nutor. Clrolf practlco every Wedm-sdanight after prayer meeting. flethodlat Church Methodist Sunday School, 0:90a. m. Ira D, Helirn, Superintendent. Preaching every ?undny at fl a. m. nnd 7:30p. m. Iter J Hi Walker, Pastor. I'rayor mention Wedn-da- r, 7:30 p. in. Kpworth regular ervlro Sunday (Ws p, mj buslne meettn (Irst Tuesday nlftlitcnch month, Mtts lto Hum. President. Lndlrs' Aid Society meets flrsi Monday rfich month Mrs, For rest Mfthtfoot. President. Ladles Mission ary Society meets Second Sunday In evry month, Mr Vlioll ilnnbnRc, President, Choir practice Friday nlKlit7:30, A, II. Murray. Director. Mar-ifnr- Mn. A.VTr.iDMAX, of 403 Thompson St., .Mniyrlllo, .Mo., writes : " llio hcrTo In my Itg was destroyed five ) c.v ngo nnd left mowltha Jerkins at tilalit on thnt I could nut sleep. A friend told me to try your J.lnfmcnt mid now 1 could not do without It.. I Dud after Its uso 1 can sleep." Quiets the Nerves The Farmers Hardinsburg, Bank, Ky. Wanted A small Farm about 75 acres near Clover-port- . WILL PAY CASH Wrile at once lo JNO. D. BABBGE, Cloverporl, Ky. MOIEY IN THAPPIXO. Mft tell yoa how acd ptjl.ipmt. nriM prlct lift lot nll)f andx.ftrQC. M.SABEL&SONS LOttSVULK, ST. Oealeri In Fun, HUM. Wool EUWIlhdI838. FURS Subscribe Rip;ht Now. POPULAR ISf Popular Mechanics Magazine "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND MECHANICS IT" Story of the World' Progress which you may begin reading at any time, and which will hold your interest forever. 250 PAGES EACH MONTH 300 PICTURES 200 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST The "Shop Nolei" Department (20 pages) Kives easy ways to do things how to make useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. "Amateur Mechanics" (10 pages) tells how to make Mission furru'ure, wireless outfits, boats, enKines, magic, and all the things a boy lovea. 51.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS A GREAT Continued Ask your newsdealer, or WRITE FOR FRCC SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. V SX8 W. Washlnfton St., CHICAGO BEAUTIFUL MONUMENT ERECTED Harroa'sburg, Ky. One of the lmnd Eomest nnd most costly monuments in Central Kentucky has just been erect cd by James B, Haggin, the mllionalre owner of Emendorf. stock farm, on hie lot In tho cemetery here, where his parents and many other relatives are NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. burled. It is 12 feet In width and Its central section Is 10 feet high. It In tlio District Court of Tho United States for tlio Western District of KuutueUy. 1s made of beautifully enrved white In tlio mutter rnarblo, with wings 5 feet long on each Inlmnkrunlcy. of Henry J. May, bankrupt, To the creditors of Henry J. May. of Clover-uor- t, s a bronze tablet bearing tl of which In the County of llrecklnrldire, and names of his kindred who aro buried DUtrlct aforesaid, bankrupt. Kiveii that on tho 18th day nearby. Hurrodsburg is tho old home ofNotice U herebyI)., WIS. tho said Henry J. November. A. May wu duly udjucated bankrupt, and that of Mr, Haggin and his parents. tho first meeting of creditors will bo teld at tho luw offlce of V.O. Uabuugo In Clover uort. Kentucky, on Auy skin itching is n temper tester. D , 1U1S. utlOn.tho 10th day of December, A m ut which time tho wild more you bcrutch the worse it creditors may attend proe their claims, ..up. The ...tint u l.n.tiiu n.aittlhii.liu ll.nlu. Jr.. itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles, transact such other bunluehs us may properly boforo eczema auy skin itching. 50c at all corao J", -. said meetlnir. 1'ctUlun Hied OUf. J.i. II'. A IN. stores, Adv. HefereelriHankruptcy. drufc Owunsboro, Ky. Nav.M.iw. Louisville Evening Post me and Breckenridge News mf vr one year f3. 50. JY1I Miss Alscy Miller spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Iithel Moorman, near Ilarned. Mrs. Jim Withers, of Kirk, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Herbert Beard. "Is a good Liniment. I keep it on Dr. and Mrs. Ilarned, of Garfield, My daughter hand all tho time. were the quests of their daughters, sprained her wrist and used your Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Liniment, and it has not hurt her since." Ilarned, Sunday. Josfni Born to the wifo of James V. Miller, HvrciirR, of F lmn, X. 0., Oakland, Sunday, November the eiyht H.V.U., No. 4. cench a cirl, Sarah Kliznbeth. At All Dealers Mrs. Stum, of Madisonville, and Mrs. Prico 23c, COc, $1.00 S. A. Prfte, of Hopklnsvllle, wcro the Plnm book on guests of their m ither, Mrs Margaret hor.rs, ritlle, hoirs ii'hI imnltrv lent May, last week. lrte. jlddress P M. Beard and daughter, Miss MaDr. ry Franklin Beard, have gone to South Earl S. Orange, N. J., for a visit to Mr. and Sloan, Mrs. George Schnber. Boston, Miss Margaret Peyton has returned Matt. from a visit to Miss Louiso Aud, Hern don, Va. Miss Mary Leigh Gregory was the guest of the Misses Ilarned Friday. For reliable jewelry nnd watches, write or call to see me personally for advice, repairing or putchuses T. C. Lewis, Hardinsburg. Everetts Ashcraft, cashier of Citi zens National Bank Tenn., was a visitor in town last week. Messrs Jeff Hook, Morris Beard and J. W. Massev spent last week huntlntr near Custer Is Due From Former CommisTaylor Scott is visiting his sister, Has sioner Mrs. Brown, in Lewisport. Miss Ida B Marr was the week end Not Yet Been Accounted For, guest of relatives near Custer. According to Report. Miss Carrie VVulls has returned to Louisville after a week's visit to her Frankfort, Ky., Nov 19. In his reparents, Mr and Mrs Lee Walls. port to Gov McCreary on his inspecThe B L. C's will meet with the InsuMisses Ahl Saturday evening. A full tion of the records of the State rance Department, under the last adattendance is requested ministration, when G. W. Bed was InMrs. Lawrence Graham and baby, of surance Commissioner, State Inspector Bowling Green, arrived Monday for a and Examiner Sherman Goodpaster visit to her father, C. L Beard, Sr. finds there is due to the Stnte for fees Mrs. Joe Trent, of Custer, whs the and licenses and tax on premiums guest last week of her parents, Mr. and 520,730.77, of which $lo,311.2S is due Mrs. Lee Walls. on fees and premiums and $.",422.43 In Mr. and Mrs. Hoi Drane, of Webster, the 2 per cent, license tax. He rey ports visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Mc. Davis that there should have been and Sunday. $201,514.70 collected for fees .and 11 Logan Hickerson attended the Teach censes and $180,203.51 are ace unted . er's Association at Glen Dean last Sat for. urday. A household remedy in America for Miss Annie Hendrick and brother, 25 yters Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. John spent Sundiy in town with rela. For cuts, sprain"), burnt, sc.ilds, bruises. tives. Adv. 25c and Sqc. At all drug stores. The Potters gave their high class en tertainment at the City Hall Saturday evening. A small, but very appreciat- Fruit Cake Over 50 Years Old. ive audience greeted them. The busi Few people are ever allowed to parness men who are bringing these it. take of fruit cake that hxs reached the tractions to town ought co have the co- ripe old age of o years. Our operation of the people of the town. If friend, Mr. Charles Chamberlain, in a the others are as good as the llrst two, recent visit to his home town, Charton, we certainly have a treat in store for Ohio, was given a slice of cake having the long winter etenlngs. a most interesting history. Fifty two Dr. Shepherd will preach the Thanks- years ago there lived in tho town of giving sermon at the Baptist church Charton, Ohk, a charming maiden who 'Thursday morning at eleven o'clock. was betrothed to a Southern planter Leonard Leavell, n hecretary from the wedding day was set, the preparathe Baptist Sunday School Board at tions for the wedding feast were made, Nashville, addressed the Sunday School and among other things a huge fruit workers at the Baptist church Thurs- cake wa3 baked. The happy lover, en day Friday and Saturday evenings. route from his Southern plantation to On Friday a religious census was taken claim his Northern bride, was stricken of the town to ascertain the number of with the dread yellow fever, and died The Baptistb in town. Sunday morning he before reaching his destination, gr dtd the school. The following class- bride vowed the cake should never be eaten as long as she lived, so placing es were organized: Beginners Miss Hendrick, teacher; Main Pri- it in a metal box tho sealed it securely. mary Mrs. Andrew Driskell, teacher; This summer having lived true to her Juniors Miss Meda Ditto, teacher; vow and the love of long ago, she Intermediate Boys, years Miss passed away. While watching beside Niram Willett, teacher; Intermediate her bier some of her early friends re Boys, years Mr. Herbert Hall, called this incident and inquiring of teacher; Intermediate Girls Miss Fan- the housekeeper, found and opened the box finding the cake well preserved ny Whittinghlll, teacher; Senior Girls-Jno. D. Shaw, teacher; Senior and most toothsome. Mr. Chamberlain Boys Prof. R. Y. Maxey, teacher; was given a slice of this ancient cake, Adult Ladies Mrs. W. C. McElwaine, and is most generously giving a crumb teacher; Adult Men Rev. J. J. Willett, or so to his most intimate friends, teacher. Home Department and Cra- Irvington correspondent. dle Roll were organized. SLOANS LINIMENT Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Sunday School 0HS a. m. CVinriifl Slmu KitnA.lntnnrliiitt Tlrnophlnv every Third Sunday, Itev. Adair. Minister. Prayer meetltR Tuesday, 7:30 p m LadlM Aid Society meets Wednesday after Third Hui uny every month, Mrs Clms, Sattcrflcld,.' President, Catholic Church VthI Plindnv nf- pnrli rrmntli. -- .. . ...... Mnws.Qprnum- -. m . .. . -- "f mi iieneaiction, u:oo a. m.. other ttireo Sun l 10 j n. m on week days .Mass at days nt a. in. uiuccnciicai instruction ior ren on Saturdays at 8:30 a. m., and on unys ntxuua. m. ana3i:;up m. A. 7ie-clilR- Doji't Forget When VHr&m LAMM Bell--$20,730.- u INSURING ,: that you enn bo robbed ns well your propoty burnt up. Protect yourself and your business with one of our policies We write all form of Burglar Insurance. n;) C TOWER OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. nn architectural PANAMA-PACIFI- Fire, Tornado, Plate -- viewpoint tho dominating fenturo of tho Interiintloniil Exposition will be tho huge tower Administration building. Itising 375 feet in height and (Innked on cither side by the domes, towers nnd minarets of the eight great exhibit palaces, the huge tower will be nt all times the most consplctiojis feature of the Exposition City. From Snn Francisco harbor It will appear ns the central feature In the great rectangle of exhibit palaces, whose sky line will be 110 feet in height, whose domes will rise 144 feet and whose lesser towers will be 1"." feet in height From nfnr this s of n mile central group will appear nlmost ns if single palace, lonu nnd l.tt)0 feet In width; nearer nt linnd It will he found that the exhibit palaces aro interspersed with great open courts, each designed by notable groups of America's foremost architects The Inner courts will express the highest Ideal of the architect, the sculptor, the colorist nnd the landscape gardener. The exposition palaces will be tho loftiest ever constructed: the grouping of huge buildings will give nn effect of almost inconceivable miihslveness and grandeur. At the base of the tower, which will occupy an acre In extent, will he a huge arcade beneath which visitors may enter from the main exposition entrance Into the grand Court of Ilouor. This court, which will be 700 by'000 feet in its greatest dimensions, was designed by McKlm. Mend & White. FKOM tho Glass, Fidelity Bonds Deeds, Mortxaesand other Lefjal Papers written and al! forms of acknowledge- four-fifth- ments taken. Marion Weatheriiolt Cloverport, Ky. O CZIOIID OOO CHOED Sut-urda- 8EWLEYVILLE Georgetown, Ky. Tho ministerial students of Georgetown College have Pointed Paragraphs About Tjiose just formed an organization which they call tho Ministerial Conference. Will The following are the officers chosen You for the coming year: President, Hol ley S. Summers; vice president, Oble Not Go to West Point-No- tes Steger; secretary and treasurer, Louis of Interest. Bratcher. Know-Hardaways NEWS. STUDENTS FORM A CONFERENCE, BALL & MILLER livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains Hardinsburg, : Ky A new baby boy at Owen Kasay's arrived the 10th. Mrs. Albert Jeffers and Luke Sal-year- house at; pineville burns. Pineville, Ky. The residence of J H. Hendren was destroyed by fire here. George W. Brown, an engineer on the L. and N. railroad, was living in the house, but the family was away from home, and no causo can bo found as to tho origin of tho fire. Tho residence was valued at $3000 and was insured for .51500. O CZIOEZD O O O CZIOEZD O OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE fifty-tw- of Frankfort, spent a lew days last week with the families of C D. Hardaway and Chas. Scott. W. Glenn Hardaway nnd family abandoned the idea of 'going to West Point at the last minute, and have moved to the farm of Mrs. Amanda Jolly. Chas. D. Hardaway and wife will leave this week for a visit to Dr. Strother, of Owensboro, returning by way of Glen Dean withfa few days lay-o- ff Anyone Bonding a sketch and description may qiilcklr ascertain our opinion free wheCUer ap Invention Is probably patentable Commmilcai HANDBOOK on Intents tlonsBtrlctlyconHdonttal. for eocurlnp patents. tent free. Oldest I'ntentB taken tliroueli Ilium & Co. recelra tprelal notice, without cbarso, In tho Traoe Marks Designs Copyrights &c. there. 0-- 12 Bewleyville is again without, blacksmith. Dock Board and family having moved bnck to Custer, their former home. Herbert Cain and family have recently moved tolryington. Edgar Hardaway has sold nis crop of Burley tobacco to T. J. Triplett for 0 Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Haute, Ind. "I tried Cardui, and it helped me greatly. Now, 1 do my own washing and ironing." E63 handsomclr Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of nnr nclontiua journal. Terms. 13 a otr: four nionttiu, tL. SuMbyull newsdealer. A aeiimic jifi.encan. tH5 r1UfiN&Co.3B1Broa.Newiflr ii..himq WPt Wanhlmtton.n.tSi' SUBSCRIBE NOW ...ForThe... cents. ia-1- 0 Mrs. been somewhat costive, but Doan'a Kegulets give just the results I desire. They set mildly aud regulate the bowels Deecdy.1' Geo. B. 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Fosnaugii, AIMED AT THIRD TERM, HE TELLS EXPERTS, AND NOT AT ROOSE-- . Stoutsvillo, Ohio, R.P.D., No. 1. Hundreds of such lelters from mothVELT AS PARTY CHIEF. ers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComTurks Consider Position Favorable. pound has accomplished for their daugh- HOPES HE AWOKE NATION Compared with Its earlier disastrous ters have been rceived by the Lydia E. xperiences, the Turkish army evi- - Pinkham Medicino Company, Lynn, Mass. ently considers itself In a favorable Unanimous Verdict of Alienists Given sltion. Military experts here see at Milwaukee Contains Several n tho at least temporary failuro of Bpondent, beliove the struggle will be Thousand Words Colonel's Assastroops he Bulgarian rush into Constanti- - prolonged unless the allies land sin Says He Does Not Fear Death. ople signs of a reaction among the in tho Gulf of Saros, which is considered not Improbable. nvaders after their sustained efforts Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 23. Tho comThe Constantinople correspondent of f the last month. the Daily Mall in a late dispatch Bays mission of alienists investigating tho As tho Ottoman capital, even if cap retured, must be evacuated ultimately an attack from the rear on the Dar- mental condition of John Schrank danelles forts, with tho of ported unanlmausly that tho assailIn accordance with tlft decree of the great powers, It appears that the al- tho Greek fleet, trying to force the ant of Colonel Roosevelt is insane. traits, seems imminent. Tho conclusions reached by the sudlies have nothing to gain by Insisting den and unexpected breakingThe peace commission are as follows: "John of on tho surrender of the lines which measures has leen marked by a re- Schrank Is suffering from insane deform virtually tho gateff of tho city newal of distant cannonading, heard lusion, granlose in character and of Hence tho hope expressed by diplo- from the hills of Constantinople. a systematized variety. In our opinmats that this demand will be with Turk Battleship Sinking. ion he is insane at the present time. drawn, In which case it is believed Constantinople, Nov. 23. With existing Turkey, recognizing that she hai water pouring Jnto her hold from thel On account of tho conection that between his delusions and the act no prospect of taking the offensive big holes beneath the water lino, the recovery of her lost territory tho Turkish battleship Mesiudiyh with which ho stands charged we aro of tho opinion ho is unable to confer quickly that Bhe hat was would decide towed In a sinking nothing to gain by continuing the con stern first, into the Golden condition, intelligently with counsel on tho conHorn. duct of his defense." filet. She would consent, perhaps, tc Although government officials vouchSchrank was committed to the enter negotiations on the basis of s safed no information it was believed insurrender of all but a reasonable strir, that the battleship had been attacked state hospital for the criminal sane at Oshkosh by Judge Backus. Constantinople, tht by a flotilla at the back of of Bulgarian torpedo Prisoner Listens Intently. Dardanelles and the Bosporus. boats. The prisoner listened Intently to tho Mytilene Taken. Island of report of the commission of alienists, Constantinople, Turkey, Nov. 23. Is reported that a Greek Bquadron For dyspepsia, our national ailment, which was read by the chairman, Dr. It has landed troops and taken posses- use Burdock Blood Bitters. Reconi Richard Dewey. The report consisted of several thousand words and started sion of the island of Mytilene. mended for strengthening digestion, by setting forth the personal and famIs Renewed. Fighting the blood. At all drug stores. ily history of the defendant. It conConstantinople, Turkey, Nov. 23. $1 00 a bottle. Adv. tains a long statement to Chief of The battle at the TchataIJa lines has Janssen on the day following Cannonading was rebeen resumed. opened with great violence, and is FRATERNAL ORDERS IN MEETING. Schrank's arrest. The concluding part consists of a lenghty addresB by plainly audible here. unWhy Terms Were .Refused. Louisville, Ky. The Federated Fra- which ho apologized for causing pass i London, England, Nov. 23. Tho Con- ternities of America, an organization pleasantness in asking them to correspondent of the Daily composed of national ofllcers of fra- a verdict on a case which should have in stantinople explains Telegram that the Moslem ternal Insurance societies, completed been tried by a higher than an oarthy the deprovides that no part of the its tvo-dalaw session at The Seelbach! court. He went on to review khalifa possessions shall be abandon- Not less than 72 societies were repre- lusions, with which ho claimed to ed except in cases of ".irresistible com- sented, and, according to W. G. Crltch-low- , have looked Into the dying eyes of tho McKInley and added: pulsion." The council's rejection of of Covington, the number of per- lato President "When a voice called to mo to tho Bulgarian terms was based on this sons insured in these societies Is more law and was suggested by tho success- than 2,000,000. The work of tho con- avenge his death I was confident that my was coming soon to an end ful resistance the Turks have made at vention was devoted to the discussion and life at once happy to know that ft: TchataIJa. I was pending legislation my of proposed and . PlDlomatln cirri as. cava tha real mission on this earth was to relative to fraternal Insurance. die for my country and tho cause of republicanism. Aimed at the Third Term. "Tho shot at Milwaukee which creBATTLESHIP LAUNCHING OF A ated an echo in all parts of tho world was not a shot fired at the citizen Roosevelt, not a shot at an not a shot at tho candidate of progressiva party, not a a shot to influence tho pending election, not a shot to gain for me notoriety; no, It was simply to establish onco and forever the fact that any man who hereafter aspired to a third presidential term will do so at the risk of his life. If I cannot defend tradition, 1 canont defend tho country in case of war; you may as well send every patriot to prison. "I hope that the shot at Milwaukee has awakened the patriotism of the American nation, that It has opened their eyes to the real danger and shown them the only safe way out of it, as Is proved by tho election returns In the groat Democratic party. Has No Fear of Death. "I ha 'o been accused of having selected a date whoro capital punishment Is nboi'hod. I would Bay I did not know tht laws of any state 1 traveled throughv and It would bo ridiculous for me o fear death after the act, as I expected to dio during tho act and not llvo to tell tho story. If I know thnt my death would havo mndo the third term tradition moro sacred I am sorry I could not? dio for my country. "Prison for mo Is Hko going to war. Before mo is tho spirit of George Washington; behind mo that of McV. X IT j rklsh government. special mooting of tho Ilulgarlan blnet was hold to consider the retlon by Turkoy of iho tbrmB of tho posed armistice. At Its conclusion was declared In well Informed clr-s that an Immediate resumption of tilltiea was Improbable Hope of Armistice Remains. flnnAnn VnrrlnnA Mw Ol ,T'n tako them" was tho defiant reply tho Turks to tho demand by the lied Balkan nations for ovacuatlon the lino of fortifications at Tcha-Ja, in front of Constantinople is t believed in diplomatic) circles cesaarlly to mean the end of tho gotlations for an armistice, though bting has been resumed. From Sofia comes word that tho ctorious invaders may modify their ndltlons. Tho European powers are ertlng themselves to induco tho na ns composing tho Dalkan league to ring their terms moro into lino with e facts of the situation and to a treaty which will give them .11 they have conquered, but will leave ut that which has not been -ar-ng- fla, Dulgarln, Nov. 23. Indications that Bulgaria will adopt a con- latory attitude and will modify tho nditlona originally offered to the Wanted Small Farms We have a number of inn tirics 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 we will do tho rest. Acres. .1 wiles from Ii vliiKton.on rural route. Good framo dwelling; o rooms and vcrnndus uooU burn Mxboi to mint house; 137 ucrei uiiUit ulow; 100 uciei Rniss; JHcresIn timber; wull watered, cistern mid ponds. 3o (o 10 builiuts corn and I1WJ pounds tobacco to aero. Oood clover land lays wavy to luvel location. Ideal and In one ot tho best nelKhborliooas In ttiu cour.tr. 1'rlco gt.200; H.casli Terms on balance 300 acres 3 miles frcm railroad, Mn MU' T near daniplojouomllo from school-hous108 No. 1. A Fine Home Farm 1 O ,j0 Acres two mllos froui lUrd-- i. l"'t,Jurg;7.ruom dwelling;-- 1 MxM and 4xfi0; 2 toimn holism; good hirns levol Ifind grows corn, tobieoo, wheat and grass. I'rll-".7.riO. I.tnri run. th UI.I.M ...y..n. I.. -- n tlO tho acre. No ;, No ,- -9 ''Mm SBf v." iV " ' :WV I' ter health pound, and before I &W had taken the whole ' of two bottles I ' found relief. I am only sixteen years 'v old, but I have bet ik BT Vogotablo Com- ,2- - cres, good and lovol land, .good barn; nil land cleared, well located; 3 miles from Irvlngton. I'rlco 13,300 I t f J' by Rear Admiral THE United States armored cruiser Tennessee, commanded Constantinople to It. Knight, now on Its way from Philadelphia to ' e. In a vatloyj & No I "? 3o aCTCS '7lnfand hall; 3 room dwolflng houses, law tobacco burn; 2H miles tenant South of Kirk, H mllo from school, well watered, a protect American residents and their property in tho Turkish capital. ROOSEVELT 3n S SUIT UP NOV. 26 O rows wheat, tobicco, corn, clover, and Krass. 1H miles from IrrlnKton, on rural route. This land Is a lltllo rollliu' but does not wash. Prlco rlRht. Jno. I). IlubbaKe. J j Oood Stock Farm. 155 acres; well m pro rod dwelling; stock barn. e Ishpemlng Editor to Be Placed on Trial for Libel on That Dato Error Is Discovered. Marquette, Mich., Nov. 23. Tho con-uere- d. trial of George A. Nowett, an editor of Ishpemlng, charged with criminal libel on complaint ot Col. Theodore Roosevelt, will tako plnce In tho court of Justice Samuel E. Bryno In this city. The date fixed is November 2C. It Is not probably, however, that anything more than tho arraignment of the defendant will be accomplished at this time. This new turn in tho proceedings is a result of an error in considering criminal libel a misdemeanor under tho common law, whereas it is merely the violation of an ordlnarnco, tho maximum penalty for which Is a flno of $100 or imprisonment for 90 days. NEW MINISTER TO Cloverport. Ky. Beautifully mile from No A a live town. located onopractically 100 acres all lovol land, unimproved; Rood fenclnir. No Id 13j ncres located 1 mllo north ot deal spot for dairy farm. I'rlco reasonable. MoQuady. I'rlco $2,000. Hcasn b.ilanco In yearly payments. Write Jno. D Ilabbhgo. Clovtrport, Ky. -- W acres 4K miles from Hardlns- -i l- No ? ,9a icres located near Oukes, II an. cock plow i?acres timber; county; 120 acres under fruit; Noono burK' county seat: well Improv 78 well watered; plenty of of the best farms In thocounty. Price 0 room dwelling; barn 1000; 40 acres level, restrollluR. Good land for tabacco. com. wheat and clover. It Is a bargain at 11,800, 1500 cash, balance, easy payments No IU 59 Acres near Huras. Dwelling: barn202J; log stable 20 acres 125 acres mile South of Uockvale, levol. rest rolling; soil sandy loam underlaid No y ROoU ovei iundi 4 room dW0iun(? with clay ; well watered Price $450. tenant bouse and necessary outbuildings, dcliool house and church In 300 yards. Price Improved land, ono No 1 7 80 icros wellMcQuady; all lovol, $1,050 cash. m,le from good ". shape. Excellent neighborhood. Kino from dwell No 1 74 acres. 3 miles rooms Kirk, porch, tobacco und corn land; well watered. Price InR IK story 0 ano Rood well, small tenant house, good barn and and st ii hi o. kod orchard No u -- MAcres.ono mile from of good 100 acres lu one No ft 134 acres In the other; 124 acres and water; 2I S won improved; plenty Harnod: loTwo-stostock bams 80x00 and 9. cated 3mt!o from llardlnsburg; 100 acres 3 dwelling, and tenant house. Prlco miles from Harnod; X mile of Klneswood $4,50. college. 1O ys lu0 ucres3K miles north ot Har-i-located No O 151) acres;mile oaston Henderson Itoute, 1 40 acres cleared; all tillable; of Lodlburg; well (0 acres In pasture, 60 In tlmbor; watered; plenty ot timber; limestone soil dwelling i gooa barn and well rows corn, wheat, tobacco, clover and grass watered; llme-stoif'rice $3,000, one-ha- lf lund. I'rlco 41,600, cash. 1 springs near barn; on Hural Itoute. No I 1 ,5 cres 1 mile Kast of Olon Dean; good, strong llmo soil, watered by wells and springs, on stone good county road, near good school and churches. Now tobacco barn colt $1,200, 3 stock barns, pood tenant houses, line clover and grass land. Price $0,100. in ( 1 Two-tract- s 30-4- ry w. Ulnsburg;3-roomdwolllnj-;b.i- rn 20-3- 2; tlve-roo- m io BELGIUM sev-era- fr Theodore Marburg of Baltimore Will Succeed Larz Anderson, Who Goes to Japan. well; good young orchard; good timber ; on rural route ; school house few yards frou house: Improvement; good four room dwelling; with kitchen on back porch; two good btrns; b.trn and tenent house and cistern back In the Held; meat and hen house; wood shed; will soil on easy payments; plenty $3 00 Ho acns, s mues from Ouston. yo,oyy 3 mHos ,rom IrvlnKton. wei watered : lays Japan. Washington, Nov. 23. The appoint- Jno. ment of Theodoro Marburg of Baltimore as minister to Belgium was announced by the stato department. Mr. Marburg will succeed Larz Anderson, who has been made ambassador to al otsmitll fruit. Further particulars I). Habbago, Olovotport, Ky. urress Ior 160 acres Si? flflO Glendeane, 3 four mlles:westot miles from branch railroad; all fresh land; 100 acres In cultivation; 50 acres In grass; will produce the best corn, wheat and tobacco fn neighborhood: plenty lasting water, well at door ot dwell-tn- g; Tog dwelling, 2 rooms and side roomi ?cod stable; 3 tobacco barns; 3 tenant housei. ot good timber for farm purposed good land to clear. Price fcJ.OOO M cash. "luuu our-fyiii- Po-lic- e peace congress in 1911, Is president of the Maryland Peace society and secretary of tho American Society for the Judicial Settlement of International Disputes. ELECT PERMANENT SECRETARY. Mr. Marburg is the author of sov-erbooks on political and international subjects, was chairman of tho executive committee of the American H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. Phone 18. DENTIST 'Kentucky Residence Shellman House Hardinsburg, ::: Office Over Farmers ' Bank y 'ill $6,000,000 Louisville, Ky. Walter P. Dicker-son- , of Newport, was elec'ted permanent secretary of tho new Kentucky Manufacturers' association, and Newport was designated as central headquarters for tho organization at a meeting j)f the directors at the Hotel Henry Wattorson. Mr. DIckerson Is an advertising man of Newport, and Is chairman of tho Business Men's association of that city. Ho will assume his new duties Immediately. President Bible declared that the appointment oi a secretary means that the work of the association will now bo carried on in earnest. Ask the Farmer Who Has One what wonders the Cumberland Telephone works for him. Ho will reply: 4. Protects the homo 1 Sells my products 5 Helps the housewife 2 Gets tho best prices 0 Increases proiits 3 lirmgiS supplies 7 Puys for itself over and over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should bo interested and send today for booklet. Lor information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph (Incorporated.) Co. Do You Get Up d With a Lame Back? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everyone knows of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Better Subscribe for The News Right Now bvte 4jimi r anaan t uhm(mo , wfBFi bat-tloehl- d other notables. Tuft thousand peoplo, among them FjFTY tho launching of tho Now York,rluoident tho lastest aud greatest of the When the vessel goes Into of, the American navy, at Rrooklyn comniUfiiou iq twelve or fourteen jiioutbs it will have cost about $8,000,000. $3.50 the great kidney, liver and maimer remeay, ue- i i cause of its remark- I able health restoring L properties. Swamp- itooi luiuus aimu&i every wish in overcoming rheumatism, pain in the back, kid neys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects followinguse of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times durincf the night. Swamp-Rois not recommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice, and has proved so successful that a special ar rnugement has been made by which all readers of this paper, who have not already tried it, uuy have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book tolling and how to more about Swamp-Roofindoutif you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous I MMMtI NHUMMwwm) offer iu this paper and KInley." send your address to Dr. Kilmer cc Co.. iiOT. Louisville Evening Post Ulnghauitoii, N.Y. The regular fifty-ce- by size bottles are sold nnd Breckenridge News and all druggists. Don't make any mistake one year 3 5O. but remember the name, Swamp-Roo' and the adDKilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, A dress, BUiguaaitoM, N. Y. , ou every bottle. Subscribe Today Contributions To The Cloverport Cemetery Association JofI Hambleton, Henderson L. L. Wilkoreon, Now York, C. E. Keith, Elizabothtown $ yTr m rfCTcdl 5.00 25.00 5.00 ot For Sale 15 H. P. F. Al. WATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This cngino is in good condition; has been run about years and is a bargain tonnyono ncodinga stationary cngino. lias all necessary pipes, gusolino tankwhich holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolino"pump and a natural gab, attachment. Kenson forsolling entirely- too largo for my purpose. For further information call on or address 4 fi 1 t, i . - one-doll- ar t, Jno. D. Babbage Cloverport, Ky. V -. CumbrIHd TttUpliene Ne. 46, PPlWWP,eHWyl'lR Grand Opening Sale, Dec, To be Held by the Kitchen Set Free making special stovo prices during this Bale, wo will givo an kitchen sot, absolutely frco with each Jowol stovo or rango sold. Tho kitchon sot is Bastdcd 6 and 7, 1912 - Hi Demonstration of the Famous Detroit Jewel Stoves IrvinqtonHardware & Implement Co. in their new store building which is being filled up with a new and complete line of Hardware, Queensware, Onameiware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, Ranges, Heating and Cooking1 Stoves; also at this time we will offer a complete line of Christmas and Holiday Goods. valued at $3.45 whon sold at Every pioco in tho entire set is Guaranteed for a term of years. Tho sot won't cost you a cent if you buy a Jowol Stovo during this special stovo sale. ro-ta- il. ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF FURNITURE In Making This Announcement Pledging ourselves to give you the very best service possible. building and our faciliWe are now moving into our new and ties for serving you are the best that can be had and we are at your serHARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT CO. vice at all of same. up-to-d- ate this Opening Sale, we wish to thank our many friends and customers for their liberal patronage in the past and earnestly solicit a continuance of Beautiful Souvenir for the this Demonstration Sale. La? dies who visit our store during times.-lRVING- TON THANKSGI VING WEEKJNJRVINGTON Union Thanksgiving Services at Presbyterian Church-Enthusia- sm Over Farm School-Lyce- um Entertainment Delight Items. Audience--0th- er CHURCH AND SCHOOL NOTES. I Miss ISmma Lou Moorman, of G'en Dean, has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. R. L. Crider. Jimtnie Wadllngton has returned to Rock Island, III., after a visit to relatives and friends here. Do not fail to speak to your friends of the Farm School that is to be con ducted at the school chapel 'December 10,11 and 12. Dr. Mutchler will be here to organize a Boys' Corn Club. A Mrs Susie Warfield, of Macon, Ga., Bread and Tomato Club will be orwho has been here as the guest of her ganized for the girls. This is an event of vast importance in this agricultural parents, Mr and Mm. D. W. Henry, is Come and spend the in Henderson this week as the guest of community. her aunt, Mrs. William Claycomb dajs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jordan, formMr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson, of erly of Los Angeles, are now residents Gu&ton, attended services at the Baptist church here Sunday, and were din of our town. ner guests of their parents, Mr. and McGlothlan & Son have completed Mrs. J, L. Henry. the invoice of their stock of hardware Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen returned to Jordan & Gross. The new firm is Wednesday evnring from a prolonged now in possession of the store. The visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, of many friends of Mr. Jordan recall with pleasure the affable disposition of Indianapolis-- . "Bob" an a former clerk in one of our Mrs. Lse Stith and Mn. Abraham leading stores, and are glad to welcome Dowell spent the week" end in Ekroti as him in town once more. ' guests of Mrs. Nell Barry. The Irvington people were charmed Mrs. L. K. May and c.iiMron accom- with' the most delightful program panied Mr. May to Bewleyvllle Sun Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Potter, the second entertainment in the Ljceum course presented by the School Improvement League. The next will be December 2. Notice to Miss Helen Mary Board will go to West Point this evening to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and I Mrs. James S. Younger and little En- dora Yoonger. Irvington Mrs. Harrel, Miss Lucile llarrel and Master Julius Harrel spent the week end in Brandenburg as guests of their grandmother, Mr,s. Hollpway, The Misses Kendall, of Webster, were dinner guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Henry, Sunday. is now Your school Thomas Ditto, of Louisville, has returned home utter a week's visit to paid bedue. If Mr, aud Mrs, John Cox. Mrs. Z. T. Stith, of Bewleyville, fore December 1st, 6 spent Monday in town visiting Mrs. W. per J Piggott. is at home after Edward 6 per will spending n Morrison Cloverport as the week in guest of friends and relatives. be added. Miss Mary Heron was the week ecd guest of Miss Virginia Head. Miss May Wadllngton spent Satur day in Hardinsburg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wadllugton. Deputy Sheriff Bassett, Union Star, was seeing tho in town Monday aud Tuesday. Mr Barclay, of Stephensport, was Collector the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington for the utck end, and attended ren-der- td day when he conducted his usual Sunday services at the Methodist church. Tho School Improvement League will hold its next regular meeting Friday afternoon December 6. Mrs. Tanner will give a model lesson in arithmetic. There will also be a special musical program. Mrs. C. S. Board spent the week end in Louisville as the guest of Miss Mary Alexander. The program on Immigration rendered Wednesday evening by the Young People's Christian Society, was not only entertaining, but enlightening, and was most pleasantly received. The SDciety is doing excellent work and the young people deserve great credit for the most praiseworthy manner in which they are pursuing this work. The Baptist Sunday School will take a religious census of the town today. On Sunday morning the school will be graded. Everett Ashcraft was here from Ten nessee last week to see his brother, Albert Ashcraft, who is quite ill of pneumonia. services at the Baptist church Sunday morning. The union Thanksgiving services this year will be conducted at the Presby terian church. THE OLD RELIABLE STEPHENSPOR T. Mrs. M. L. Roberts and Mrs. 0. W. BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 Dowell and son, Clifford, visited Mrs. Lucretia Hensley, of Hardinsburg, last week, Mrs. H. S. English is greatly im proved. U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS Mrs. E J. Bandy and James Edward Kissam spent several days last week at the home of Mrs. V'ck Sever6, of Miller Rollins and children attended the burial of her mother, Mrs. Will Roberts, at Yellow Bank, Monday. Miss Mary B. Basham, near town, beau ifully entertained Saturday night Thoss attending from here were: Misses Lena Payne, Blanch Martin, Cecil Dix, Esther Payne, Katie McKaughan, Grace Rite, Zelma Lay, Messrs. R. II. Bennett, Burman Dowell, Andrew Crawford, Arthur Martin. Refreshments were served in dining room which consisted of ice cream and cake. It was an onjoyable affair. Mrs. Mahuldah Parr is very ill at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Vlck Severs. Miss Zelrna Lay and Mrs. fG. W. Payne spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dowell, Union Star, Thursday. Kev. V II. F. Jones will preach here in the Baptist church Sunday at 11 o'clock. He has missed two sermons on account of illness of his father, and also had a protracted meeting. Bargains In rubber boots, at G W. Payne's. Uncle Berry Basham is imDrovlng slowly. Union Star. Mr. and Mrs. SOLID AS A ROCK FOR An Absolutely 40 YEARS 3 Per Gent on Time Deposits Safe Place to do Business GRAND OPERA LOUISVILLE Next Week Three Madam Night-Lohengrin Days Only. -- Butterfly Monday Niaht-Se- nd Wednesday Early For Tick- - 4 A "B.. ets. A TREAT 104 FOR MUSIC LOVERS at Payne's. S. II. Dix is able to be out again after a very severe illness. Prints Cc and 6c axpayers Produce taken in exchange for hats. Mrs. Payne. Emery French is working as opera- tor at Medora. If you want a nice hat for llttlo money call on Mrs. Payne. She is closing out for the fall and winter. New Masonic Home Building at Evansville. Evansvillo, Ind., Nov. 25. The corner stone of the new Masonic Home, being built here at a cost of 100,000, will bo laid by three local Masonic lodges on Thanksgiving day. The ceremonies will be in charge of Past Grand Master James W, Dunbar, of New Albany, representing the Grand Master. tax not cent interest and cent penalty State Printing Contract Awarded Louisville Firm. Jesse C. Payne, tax-pay- Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 25. The State Printing Commission today awarded to the Standard Printing Company, of To Coistruct a Dam Louisville, the contract for furnishing Near Scuffletown. all the State and county record books, was the Bradley-GilbeThe only competitors HerjJerson, Ky., Nov. 25. Tho work Company, of Louisville, This of pupping out the cofferdam at Dm Is the third tfm this contract 1ms been 48, nw being constructed tlx tuile J under consideration. nils city, was accoiupliabed today rt bo-lo- The annual grand opera series at Louisvijle comes a little earlier than formerly, the Aborn English Grand Opera Co. coming to the Shubert Masonic Theatro for three days beginning Monday, December 2nd. The regular box office sale of seats will open on Thursday morning, November 28th, but mall orders received in the meantime are lllled in the order of receipt, if accompanied by the ro- quired remittance. Mall orders should be made out to John J. Garrity, Manager, Shubert Masonic Theatre, Louisville, Ky. The prices ror each of the three night performances will be $2.00 and $1.50 on the lower floor, $2,00 in the Mezzanine boxes, $1,30, 31.00 and 75 cents In the Balcony, and 60 cents in the Gallery. At the Wednesday Matinee, the same locations will be $1.00, $1.00, $1.80, $1.00, 75 cents and 50 cents, respectively. A most attractive repertoire is an nounced, including "Madam Butterfly for Monday night, "The Tales of4 Hoffmann" Tuesday night, "Lucia,'.! at the Wednesday Matinee, and "Lohengrin" on Wednesday night. The Aborn double cast includes many notable artists as Jatie Abercrotnbie, Ivy Scott, George Halelds' and others, with Carlo Nicosia as conductor. A large chorus, ind selected grand opera orchestra complete the big organiza tion, and xour elaborate productions are carried fcr tho four operas of the Aborn repertoire. -- l c w ! V btTB uti 1 rBTTK'7iTiH 1 ili '. i JCi dlUiON & SON. Clovjrp3rt, Ky. 13. P. LYONS, McQuady, Ky. DURMAST, IRMGTOK Itilnttii, Kr. tf Ss. Your Photograph as a gift romorabrance to your friends and relatives will give moro real pleasure to tlxira and less troublo and expense to you than a moro costly gift they cannot use. Lam-wermoo- r" Brabandt, Photographer is prepared to give you tho latest btyles Will bo.Rt tlttrdinsburg,,bco. 5, 0, 7 k w without any mishap. Th work is ia charge of (he Ohio River Construction Company. Government engineers have been busy several days the mouth of Urea a Klver taking levels for the con nt-a- r struction of Dam 47. sear Scuffletown. Lieut. Col. Jarvey is in charge of the work, and is securing data to be laid before the Rivers and Harbors at the ctxt session of Ccugre. Cow-uj'itt- ee