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ItlT AND CONFERENCE HELD
LOUISVILLE, WITH LARGE
kn Thousand Visitors on Opening
jht Hear Children Sing, Spechea
Witness Boy Scouts In Grand
ulsvllle, Ky. Tho Child Wclfnro
bit, planned as a mighty stimulus
he people of Kentucky, was open-
the Armory with 15,000 enthusi
spectators 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
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
main floor followed. Composing
Is were the chairmen of the various
mmlttecs In charge of the work, the
y Scouts, Mayor Head and 1,000
A State-Wide Exhibit.
KThe exhibit, whllo much of It Is de-
Wed to Louisville conditions, Is a
kte-wldo 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
t the famous Bluegrass region were
iqed in Juxtaposition with the en-
ronment 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 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. Photo-
graphs or actual circumstances are
Jflaced on screens beside pictures of
ihe things desired for the 'improve-
Hem oi me cnnuren. unaris, maps,
llagrams and sketches of interesting
tudy and skillful workmanship have
their part In the displays.
i "It is u pleasure to tell you that
Hinberlain'd Gough Remedy is the
eLeough medicine I have ever used,"
ErjtfYi Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia,
r n nave used it wltn all my cuil-
en and the results have been highly
tisf-ictorv. " For sale by all dealers.
FIRE AT CYNTHIANA
Losses Aggregating Seven Thousand
Dollars Suffered in Flames.
Cynthiana, Ky. Fire of unknown
origin in the Frisble building' caused
a Iosb of about $7,000. Tho building
Is throe stories high and the fire is
thought to have started In the attic
at the head of the elevator shaft. The
heaviest losers are the Frisble Furni
ure company, which occupies the llrsl
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 ag
gregate $500. All losses partly cov
ered by Insurance.
"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
txingtou, Miss. For sale by all deal-
Price paid for
Rabbits and all
;inds of Poultry.
Purchases of $5.00 or more
J BACQM a son
Mail Orders Filled
Promptly and Carefully
Opening of the Holiday Selling
Friday, November 29th
It has always been our policy to advocate Early Christ
mas Shopping. To encourage early buying we are mak
ing the prices for the opening most attractive.
Mother, Father, Brother, Sister, Wife,
Sweetheart or Friend
and a corps of salesladies to help you
in your selection.
Bring the Children to See Santa Claus
Toyland opens witha real Santa Claus and he gives play money to each child accom
panied 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
RAISES THREE CROPS
COLORED FARMER MAKES RE
MARKABLE RECORD ON
SEVEN ACRES. '
By Rotating He Succeeds In Securing
Three Different Crops of Good "
Quality in One Season.
Lexington, Ky. Clark Pepper, a ne
gro, who owns and cultivates seven
acres of land on the Newtown pike,
near this city, has attracted tho atten
tion of crop rotation experts by the
fact that he has this year raised three
distinct crops on the same land, and
the products of each series have been
of the very highest type. The negro
plowed1 the ground only once, and ho
explains that the first crop was put In
early In March, and when It had got
ten under way tho second was started
The third followed later In the sea
son, after the first had practically ma
tured and the roots of the second had
secured a good foothold. Ho Is espe
cially proud oi a splendid crop of to
bacco that ho raised on tho samo
ground that had been planted In kalo
greens and roasting ear corn early In
Tho following are some of tho com
binations which ho used in tho series
of successions during tho season:
Onions, radishes, salsify; cabbage, po
tatoes, celery; kale greens, corn, to
bacco; radishes, lettuce, carrots; Irish
potatoes, corn, turnips.
Dou'c waste your motley buying
strengthening plnsters. Chamberlain's
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.
FAMOUS STALLION IS SOLD.
Paris, Ky.-nJohn T, Collins & Son,
of North Mlddletown, have sold to J.
D. Dowles and L. P. Dickorson, of
Bardstown, for a privute consideration,
the sensational young stallion Beech
wood Pride, formerly Harmon 4710.
Being sired by the famous stallion
Roosevelt aud out of a mare by Ches
ter Dare, to young stallion Is royally
bred. Deechwood Pride won both the
harness and saddle class at tho Louis
ville State fair In 1911, but by reason
of a temporary injury from wich he
of a temporary injury from which he
from the show ring the last season.
Mr. Collins entered him In the $6,000
saddle stake at the Panama exposition,
and If ho mishaps occur his new own
ers expect to try for the rich stake.
Tbe price Is understood to have been
Louisville Evening Post
and Brackenridge News
one year 13.50.
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 houses. 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
Cloverport, Like Every City And
Town In The Union, Receives
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 permanent
ly. 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
a year and have found them to he an
excellent remedy for kidney complaint.
I had pains In my back and iu my
sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills ad
vertised, 1 procured a box and they did
me a world of good, f can therefore rec
ommend them to anyone suffering from
Tbe above ts not an isolated case, Mr,
NhII is only one of many in this vicin
ity who have gratefully endorsed Doan's,
If your back aches if your kidneys
bother you, don't simply atk for a kid
ney remedy Aik distinctly for Doan's
Kidney PiIIp, the same that Sir. Nail
had, jOc all stores, Foster-Mllburu Co.,
Prop,, Iluffalo, N, Y.r-Adv.
Heyser. Mr. Owen came through by
land He said the road is much longer
than it used to , be ,as so many new
ways had been made. The friends of
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
Had A Delightful Trip.
Mrs. Kate Jones, of Glen Dean, at
tended the State Sunday School con
vention at Paducah and had a most prof
itable visit. Mrs. Jones Is an elllcient
church woman and knows the work
Mr. Owen Here.
TOBACCO ASSOCIATION ELECTS.
Carlisle, Ky. Judge A. D. Tllton, ol
the Farmers' House, has been elected
president; "W. D. Mclntyre, of tho Peo
ple'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 Tues
day, December 3.
ft fa I a.
F "painy's 5aKe" use
Lewisport BEST Flour
PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING
If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write to us
LEWISPORT MILL CO
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William Owen, of Glen Dean, left
Saturday after a visit to his brother, I
Dr. Owen, and his sister, Mrs. Foiter
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,
hut strengthen the stomach and enable
it te do its work naturally. For sale by
all dealers, Adv.
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