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Shubert Masonic This. Week-
lunty Pulls the Strings -Full
f Life and Whoiesomo Fun-
Write For Tickets.
What Louisville theatergoers are un-
ally anxious to see Graham Mof-
t's famous play. "Bunty Pulls the
ings," Is indicated by the heavy ad-
ace sale. "Bunty" will do at tne
ubert Masonic Theater for the entire
k of November 18, with matinees
fl Theatergoers take to "Bunty" as
jturally as a duck takes to water. Two
years ago the play was produced In
London, at the Uaymarket Theater.
The Scotch comedy Is still running In
itke British capital, and the indications
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are iimt us iuu win cuuliuuc iui ""
ether year at least. After "Bunty"
d scored such a smashing triumph in
ondon, Mr. William A. Brady secured
theAmerican rights and produced the
tpUy In New York. Gum-shoeing
Ithrough Scotland and England, he and
fthei author, Moffat, gathered together a
fabtable company of players for the
Kmerlcan production. The company
Pwas recruited mostly In Glasgow, Edin
burgh and London,
Eg, Since that first performance In New
KTork something over 6,000,000 New
Yorkers have seen "Bunty Pulls the
Strings " When It was seen that the
'New York run of the play would last
many months, Mr. Brady gathered to
gether a second all Scotch company for
Chicago. The Chicago run of the play
lasting more than six months, was a
repetition of what bad gone before in
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ap'Bunty" Is on the road, the same thing
is happening In the less populous clues.
ftThe advance mail order sale Is now In
progress, and orders for seats when ac
companied by check or money order
are filled In the order of receipt. All
checks should be made payable to the
Shubert Masonic Theater and letters
addressed to John J. Garrity, manager.
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My children were all sick with whoop
ing cough. One of them was in bed,
f.had a high fever and was coughiug up
r blood. Our doctor gave them Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy and tne first dose
K eased them, and three bottles cured
jUhein," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of
KLfckhlgtoii, Miss. For sale by all deal-ers)c-Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Payne and
Miss Murtie Beard were dinner guests
of Mrs. Mary Adkisson Sunday.
Mrs. June Bandy was visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Ater, of Steph
ensport, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Chappie, of Irv
ington, were guests of Martin Clay comb
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch, of Clover-
port, were visiting Mr. ana Mrs. A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. RIggs, of Hopkinsville,
who has been visiting relatives here for
the past week, returned home last
Thursday accompanied by their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lancaster.
' Mrs. Laura Hardin sent her children,
Alaska and Annie Lee, of St. Louis, a
nice box of canned goods, jellies, pre
11 Coleman Haswell, a knight of the
grip, was in our town one day last
Moisands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
How To Find Ont.
f Fill a bottle or common class with vour
water and let it stand twenty-four hours;
a brick dust sedi
ment, or settling.
nTTo) stringy or milky
indicates an un
tion of the kid
neys; too fre
quent desire to
, -. 2s- -. pass it or patn in
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need attention.
"What To Bo.
There is comfort in the knowledge bo
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
I" Swmp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
minus auno6t every wiu in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidnevs.
1 liver, bladder and every part of the urinary
d scalding pain in passing it. or bad
iects following use of liquor, wine or
r, aim overcomes mat unpleasant ne
ity of being compelled to go often
qugh the day, and to get up many
during tne nigut. rue mild and
iliate effect of Swamp-Root is
a realized. It stands the highest be-
UU restoring pron
to. If you need a
icine you should
v the best. Sold by
guts in fifty-cent
uiic-uouar sizes. ium i sVuup-iwa.
ou may have a sample bottle sent free
mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ling-
iton, N. Y. Mention tins paper and
ember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
t, and Ute addntsf, Magbaaitou.
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K- V., on every bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy were In
Irviugton last Saturday shopping.
Last Wednesday death Invaded the
home of Mr. and Mrs Nat Arms and
took 'heir oldest son, Paul. He was
one of the finest boys of the neighbor
hood. He was loving, kind and obe
dient to his parents, and loved by all
who knew him, He had been confined
to his bed for some time with typhoid
fever, but death came unexpectedly.
Paul was about 18 years of age.
How hard It was to give him up,
This gentle, loving boy;
To drink of sorrow's bitter cup,
To lose this earthly joy.
Weep not oh father, mother dear,
Your boy has gone before,
And very soon you'll meet upon
That bright and happy shore.
"I have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regulets give just' the results I
desire. They set mildly and regulate
the bowels perfectly." Geo. B, Krnuse,
AHoona, Pa. Adv.
Ladies' und children's coats, new
stock, from 50 cents to $0 at Mrs. Mc
Cubblns'. The meetingconducted by Rev. J. E.
Hughes, of Kingswood, In the M. E.
church, will contlnuo another week or
Dot Styles was hurt last week while
working at a sawmill. He lost three of
The prettiest line of men's and boys'
hats and caps In Stephensport are now
on display at Mrs. McCubbins' at the
Gordon Payne was home a few days
Miss Henrietta Ahl, who has been
the guest of relatives and friends, re
turned to her home in Evansville Sat
urday. Quite a number here attended the
dedication at Ammons, Sunday.
Men's overcoats at ?2 fiO to $7 at Mrs.
Mrs. W. C. Dutschkeand children
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
George Unser, of Owensboro, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Cecil" Dix went to Cloverport
Miss Lena Payne, Mrs. Ernest Smith
and Andrew Crawford, Sr., attended
the Sunday School Convention at Irv
ington. Twenty-five different styles men's
work shoes at $125 to $3.50. Mrs.
Emery French is working as operator
at the shops.
New line of children's shoes at
Miss Helen Shanks, of Rome, attend
ed church services here Sunday.
Have you seen the 10c counter of
queensware at G. W. Payne's? Great
est values ever offered.
A household remedy In America for
25 years Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
For cuts, sprains, burns, scalds, bruises.
25c and fioc. At all drug stores. Adv.
Baptist S. S. Convention
County Organization Effected.
The Baptist Sunday School Conven
tion at Irvington last Tuesday was a
decided success. Eight schools in the
county were represented. Secretary
Leonard Leavell was there and made
several instructive talks during the day
and spoke at night. Pastor Jones, of
the Irvington church, received a tele
gram late Tuesday afternoon calling
h!m home on account of the illness of
his father. This necessitated the can
celing of the engagement with Secre
tary Leavell to conduct an Institute
and to grade the Irvington school fol
lowing the convention. He will make
a later date with them. He has made
an engagement with the Stephensport
and Hardinsburg schools to hold Insti
tutes and to grade their schools during
November. The Sunday School work
in the county is taking on new life.
The three things emphasized during
the Convention were: Grading the
School, Teachers' Meetings and Teach
er Training, and much interest was
elicited in this most important work.
A bountiful basket dinner was de
lightfully served by the Irvington
church, Their hospitable and cordial
entertainment is worthy of comment.
The Breckenridge Baptist Sunday
School Association was organized by
the adoption of a constitution and the
election of officers, The following of
ficers were elected: President, J. B.
Herndon, Irvington; vlce-prei.ident, W,
C. Moorman, Glen Dean; secretary-
treasurer, R. O. Willi, Cloverrort;
elementary superintendent, Miss Beulah
Payne, Bewleyville; advanced sliperin
tendent, Mrs. John Shaw, Hardin
hurcr- nrlnlt tunerintendent. Andrew
Crawford, Stephensport; teacher trac
ing superintendent, E. O. Cottrell,
These departmental' superintendents
will aid the diffadfaVsehooU awl classes
SPECIAL BARGAIN IN A FARM!
300 acres Good Limestone Land located in one of the best sec
tions of Breckenridge county, 2 1-2 miles from railroad station;
well improved; seven room dwelling; three large barnes, three
tenant nouses. This land produces 800 to 1,200 pounds of to
bacco, 30 to 50 bushels corn, fine wheat and grass land. Price
$4,200; one-half cash, balance in one, two and three years;
This is the greatest bargain on our list. It must be sold. For
JN0. D. BABBAGE, : Cloverport, Kentucky
in the matter of grading, class organi
zation and teacher training, as well as
in matters of school equipment and de
Those who attended the convention
felt very much encouraged at the Sun
day School outlook in the county.
A Texas Wonder
Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder troubles, removing (.'ravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism, and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub
les in children. If not sold by your
druggist will be sent by mall on re
ceipt of $1. Ono small bottle is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for
Kentucky testimonials. Sold by drug
Fifty Dollars Made at
Pie Supper at Harned.
The pie slipper which took placo at
the Harned school building Friday
night was a success. In connection
with the supper there was a contest for
the prettiest and most popular girl
present. Miss Mary Leigh Gregory
Miss Leland Butler soon lead the
Miss Gregory was winner, se-
1,910 votes. Miss Butler se-
7ed 1,689 votes. The proceeds
amounted to $s0, which will be used to
buy books and improving the school
Begins Monday, November 18th '12
And Continues Till Thanksgiving
Thousands of dollars worth of tho newest and best in winter merchnndiso and
women's and children's weaving nppurel will be offered at the lowest prices that
will bo quoted this fall senson.
Watch This Paper for Further Particulars
Come to Louisville at Our
We will refund five (5) per cent of your total purchase up to the amount of your
round trip railroad tare.
If You Can't Come, Send Us Your Orders
Your orders will bo filled with tho same care you would exercise if you made
the purchase in person. All orders of $5.00 or more will be delivered FREE
within a radius of 200 miles of Louisville.
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THE OLD RELIABLE
Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS
An Absolutely Safe Place to do
Colored Teaohers' Associa
tion Here Saturday.
The colored Teachers' Association
was held here Saturday. S. E. Dean
is president, and Sarah F, Witt is secre
tary. At night a large audience en
joyed quite an interesting lecture by
Rev. J. H. McCoomer, his subject was,
"Jail and Jailed Up." Tho following
teachers were present: S. E. Dean,
Rosa L. Howard, Nora C. Lyons, Anna
15. Robards, Katie 1). France and Solo
Notice To Tax Payers
Your city and school taxes, are now
due. My office is in the Hank Of Clover
port, l'lease call and settle.
L. V, Chapiti, Tax Collector
Guests of Miss Carter.
Miss Julia Greenwood and Miss Mar
garet Gieenwood, of Irvington, have
been tho interesting guests of their
niece, Miss Margaret Carter. Miss
Julia has always taken a deep concern
in politics and she was disappointed not
to find a Democratic rally in Clover
port Saturday. Miss Margaret's hobby
is duck raising, and she has twenty
beautiful ducks this year.
Wilson Fund in Our County.
The Wilson fund in Breckenridge
county was $541, 50, and Dr. Forrest
Lightfoot added $5, and J. M. O'Brien.
of McQuady, added 2.50 to the amount.
This has all ben spent and used to the
Democratic party's gcod.
3 Per Cent on Time Deposits
Daniels' Trick Show.
Daniels' trick show struck a big
crowd with wonder at the Cloverport
Opera House Friday night, Mr. Dan
iels is certainly slick and mysterious on
the stage, and the tricks he played
kept the audience still bound. This is
the kind of show Cloverporters like
one that entertains and is clean and
News has been received here that W.
R. Wilson, a former resident of this
city, is in a Chicago hospital where he
had an eye removed. Mr. Wilson lost
his eye several years ago while fireing
on the L., H. & St. L. R'y. out of thU
city, and has suffered more or less with
it since. His nhvslciau advised as on-
ration to save his other eye.