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MIT Ely's Cream Balm It quickly nhinrtmri. Ivea Relief Hi Once. It clflen", AOotlira, hial" protects the 1iwiih. .1 mem. liriuif rimiltiiitf fmiii Catarrh end drive wny n '.. I In tlie i !: i iuwi.lv. i: tj a v rruro mmm ib .r flHl LVLn nste end Sin. ii. Pull M eta., ni Draff- gits ..r 1 mall. In li'iui 1 form, ?" cent. ttf Brother, M Witm Street, New York. T5he Breckenridge News WKDNKSDAY, NOV. I, 1911 THIS PAPER REPRESFNTFD FOR PORriGN ADVERTISING bY THE OPNERAL OFFICES N:W YORK AND CHICACC IRAICI 'lMCIPAL CITIES R4TE FOR POI ITICAI ANNOl'NCrMHVTS For Precinct mid city Offices I 0 For Couuty Offices. 5.00 For SUte and District Offices., f 16 OH For Oils, per line - . 10 For Cards, per line 1 For All Publications in the inter est o individuals or expression of individual views per line .Id LOCAL BREVITIES Who will get the piano Dec. 20? Mrs. Joe Fitch wentto Louisville yes terday. JetT Dillon, of Hardinsburg, was here this week. Th piano contest at Sippel's will close Dec. 26, 1911. Beautiful beavers for little children at Mrs. Cordrey's. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Habbaye went to Irvingtort Tuesday. Go to Conrad Sippel; the experienced shoe man, for shoes. Walter Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in Henderson Monday. Mr. and Mrs Fred Thurman have moved to Custer to farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smart spent Thursday at Tobinsport. C. Rrabaiult, photographer, will be in Irvington, Nov. 10 and 11. Order subscriptions to The Brecken ridge News for Christmas. Miss Lucy Hardin and little niece re turned from Holt Monday. Mrs. Phillip Kramer will entertain the Baptist Chain this week. Misses Julia and Kathrine Wroe were in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. David l'helps will be hostess to the Girls' Club tnis afternoon. Mrs. Mary Ryan has been the guest of Mrs. Benneit in Stephensport. Bread baking success is guaranteed if you use I.ewispoit BKST Flour. Mr. and Mrs. Ridge have taken rooms in the residence of Mr. H. L Staiier. Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner and son, Hugh, have returned home from Winchester. Mrs. Ed McAfee and Mrs. Henry Yeager visited in Louisville last week. The Cloverport Postal Savings Bank had one depositor early Monday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Blaine were guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Blaine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, of Ste phensport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith. FRESH Light Bread Just like home mtide Delicious Pies, The Best Cakes ITbis is what we make with clean hands, frenh materials and jfood machinery Let us have your order for Bread what you must have three timet a day.... H. J. Krebs Irviugton, Ky. Met lt.tkl en Walker of llrwlay ville, hi been visiting her brothi r, I) Walkcr. at -turgls Mrs (lartield Burden and MsfdseM childn n. of MtQuadjr, .ire guests of Mr John Ntwion Mrs ordrev fli icvelve to morrow new lint- of hats This is Met third ex tra order this season. Mr. ;ni(l Mrs S. it y M. a ken and faHil have uiovtd in II a Wllker n residence on S, cor.d Street Lawrence A, Murary wrnt to Lou a ville Wednesday to tea "The Man from Home" at the shubert theater. Mrs A. H. Murray has rturr,nl home from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she visitnl her daughter, Mrs Chas Crary. Mrs Sam Suell and Miss Ulondina Ball, of Wolf Creek, have been the guests of their sister, Mrs. Ella Jor dan. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter. An nie Murray, and Mrs. Nannie Ferry arc quests of Miss Daisy Dean at Glen Dean. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Koss have ar riveil home from Parkersburg and Ka nawah. W. Va., where they visited his relatives A ten dollar donation was recciwd by one of the members last week which will start the wheel humming for the Presbyterian bazaar. Miss Hog rs, of New York, will be here Friday in the interest of the Pres byterian church. The hour has not been definitely arranged, but suppose at 7:30 in the evening at the Luc 1 1c .Me morial. C. Tabeling was in town yesterday from Tar Fork wiiere he has recently gone to farm. Mr. Tabeling is a wide a wake and energetic young business man. He lias been in Colorado for sometime. Dr. Hillary Boone, Mr. Paul Lewis and Mr. Lafe Behen gave an oyster luncheon at Brown's Wednesday night. Their guests were Misses Ray Lewis Heyser, Lula Severs and Cleona Weath erholt. McHenry Rhodes, of Lexington, who gave a lecture atC.H.S,, Friday night, was the guest of Prof, Tanner and Mrs. Tanner The proceeds, $13.70, will be added to the piano fund. At the home of Miss Mildred Bab bage Friilay afternoon a club was or ganized to meet every other week by the following young girls: Misses Su selte and Francis Sawyer, Misses Vir ginia and Leonora McGavock, Misses Jean Burn, Mildred Babbage and Mar tha Miller. The Epworth League Social Hallow e'en night was the largest and pret tiest atl'air given to the young people this season. Those who received were: Messrs James Younger, Marion Denton, L. A. Murray and Miss PauliM Moor man. Enjoyable contests were held af ter the guests unmasked. Among those who were best masked were: Messrs C Brabandt, Allen Pierce and Ch;is. Fallon. Mism s Lula Severs and BSdltta Plank wore shepherdess' costumes. Misses Eva Plank and Mattie Willis were also attractively costumed. Brick ice cream and cake were served COMMISSIONER'S SALE Breckenridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Lsitchfield Deposit Bank. PI' ft. Equity va. No Levi Chancellor &c. Defead't. J U8Q5 By virture of a judgment and (rdei of sale of Breckenridge Circuit Court, rendered at October term thereof, lull, in the above cause, tor tne sum of six hundred dollars, subject to a credit of 18 80 naid Jan.iarv n. 1j0!, with in I terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the .Wth day of June, lull', until paid, and all costs herein, I snail J proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in uarainsourg, to tne high est bidder, at public, auction, on Mon day, the 27th day of November, Bill at r,r,a i-i.-1 rw-le m ,f tht ra Itnnt ,- rr U Lib V .I'll, ' III . , I'l '-I ' J 1 County court day;, upon a credit ot mx months the following described prop erty, to-wit: A certain tract of land lying in Breckenridge county, Kentucky on Hough Creek, and bounded as fol lows: Beginning at an elm and hickory on the bank of Rough creek, below the mouth of a branch, running thence X. 9, K. llil poles to two beeches at the big lick, thence N. 32, E 100 poles to a small hickory and three dogwoods, corner to No. 3, in William Watkm's line, thence with the same S. ,1, K. IQj poles to a sugar tree and two small beeches, William Watkin's coiner on the bank of Laurel Branch, thence down the same with its meanders S. 8si, W. 15 poles; S. t4. West 3O poles to a beech and thence S. 216;i, K is1, poles to an elm, N. 77, W. 6 poies, S. LW, 10 poles, S. H, W. W poles, S 8.1, W 20 poles to a large beech 10 poles below the mouth of said branch on the bank of Hough Creak, tiu-uce down the same as it meandeis to the beginning, containing L98J acres, and being the tame land conveyed to tne said Levi Chancellor, by J. T. Jacobs, and wife by deed dated January II, I80H. Or iutticient tncraut' to produca tha sums of money so ordered to be made. For tha purchase price, tha purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bonds, bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until paid, and having tha force and effect of a judgment. Lein retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to coinpl promptly with theaa tarnia. Approximated debt interest and cost 6ttl .16. Lae Walls, Commiaioner;by Carrie Walla.Daputy. "Bread baking auccaaa ia guaranteed if you uaa Lawiapoft BEST Flour". TAR SPRINGS AND THE CASTLE Intel-. Ming- Points By The KVv. .1 itt McDinM Continued t rcfin i An nal; In nr or innrr of driving will bring ou on mir way to ano her look out where one gels a magnili.ent pnno ranui "t t h t rc t cm e ed hills and snug Ivinn v.tlle. the far fcWav disappear ing river Ktjd t he near-by deep-bedded streamlets Evt rv rod of the remain ing part of the trip has it own singular piCtaraaqMMaa Bid charm Now it's the niedlev of dense woodlan l, now the gjpsv -freedom of the wild wood, or again the unrivalled beauty of a native blossom. Perchance the turn of the road eonfonts you with the vista of a great deep-down valley with its ettep hillsides, a veritable, far stretching abyss of tanglewood silence, broken now pnd then by the neatut h.ui'l bark of a gray squire), or the sharp ' 'caw caw" of a .-row,-just visible to tin eye as he perches on the top of the dead tree trunk. Much precipitate joltinn brings you abruptly to the foot of a roekv hill, out on to a most charming rustic bridge, which spans Clovei creek. If you are married, all the emotions of your sweetheart trvsls will rise within vou. If you are nnmaried, you will secretly avow this to he the most ideal place in the world topropo e. You will scarce recover from your reverie of the bridge atmosphere until the rock-corralled entrance to the grounds of the springs falls athwart yc ur way. If it is nightfall you will rub your eves to reassure yourself that vcu are not looking on the closing fairy scene of 'T'eter fan." The twinkle of the myriad lights makes one half af frighted with the hope that you have driven all this way to hear the hearten ing message of Karrie's masterpiece If it is a day hour, a sigh, expressive of utter relaxation, escapes one as the cool and shadows of many trees greet one and make a forefront for the splendid hotel and the attractive cottages. This seductive atmosphere of restfulness is confirmed into a habit as soon as one is met by the gracious, genial hospitality of the management. Oace domiciled, one looks about to find a nestling valley, gibraltared with gigantic, precipitous cliffs. Directly in front of the hotel, out of the face of a wonderfully attractive precipice, there drip forth twelve varieties of mineral waters in combination with tar. These drops make striking symbolic picture It is as if this were nature's Gethsemane and these the sweat-drops of service, in the dri- king of which man finds a heal ing stream. For year by year, great numbers look on the face of this preci pice as the last look of hope, and away satisfied with its succor, even un to renewed health. And yet, this is not merely a Sanitar ium. It is, also, a bewitching play ground, a charming rend' zvous for the students ot nature. There is nature of great variety. Here is a garden wliich BEWLEYVILLE James. P, Drury, of Brandenburg, is visiting his father, Chas. H. Drury. Miss Margaret Stith and Horace Mc Coy are spending a few days with the folks at home near Union Star, and will return Tuesday . Ceorge Anderson and wife, of Gas tun, w ra here Sunday to hear Rev. May, after which they were guests of Mrs. Chas Drury. Bewleyville again has a I ve black smith and you may hear the sound of the anvil by lending an ear in that direc ion. K. D Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hir dawav and two children, Aliene and William, united with the Methodist church here Sunday. Uev May, in making known his an nouncements Sunday, published the fact that Miss Fannie Cain Hardaway and lien Stith, of Los Angeles, Cal.. would be joined in marriage at this The Famous jR&yo Lamp The Rayo Lamp u the beat and rnott aerviceable lamp you can find for any part of your home. It it in viae in million of families. Its strong white light baa made it famous. And it never flickers. In the di uing-room or ika parlor th Rayo pv juat th light that most effec tive. It U 4 becomtaa Unto in Osclf sod to vou. lust the Imbd. too. far l,-.l,um 01 library, wticic a dear, atead) light u Tha Kayo ia made of aohd braat, aickal EUaily Ughtad without taoioviag Aai ajaj aiU la tnaw you a ana a Rat laaa; ar unite lor oWrm cucular la ggg asaacy gj aVa Standard Oil Company (laworpvfmta) of Clot Pr port Prow Tht Mania, I., News sue of Oct 11. -J MN can picture as having been a ree, -sward ot mos-e-i and lively ferns. where e ar ly in trie sjin a the vh.lcts put up their lips for ihe dew to kiss, where at this lemon the tfllMaV rod and the blue fiower ol th; iron weed blend to nl.tke a fitting pennant for th v-reat diver sity of ( )ut-of doors, when one day th re breaks forth a storm of nature with gi gantic boulders for hail stones which fall, irremovably, upon our garden, there to remain until tnis day. Here is a stupendous rock, a lonesome guide part on the trail of red man and pioneer alike, honey-combed by the pecula tion of water. How loni: kgO? By what process? Is it the lost child of a ulaciei? Is it the tell-tale record of great floods that brought low the hills anil exalted this valley, but could not remove this sentinel of endurance? As one glides among the lofty-topped trees and pushes through the marjy var ietied underbrush, he is engagingly ipiickened to count the vaiit ties and he is astonished at the number One visit or reported twenty-seven different ki nds of trees. The visitor falls into a drtamy ecstacy of mere living. He learns to relax into a delicious abandon to the tang of na ture's elixir. His footsteps urow light and his pathway eager. Kver and again he haps upon a delightful dell made melodious, early and late, by the feathered songsters, the Carusos and Melbash of the woodland. You deb e into aa opening, half wistful with the hope that it may prove the entrance to another remarkable cave. Vou come to a nook, where clilf and brook, water fall and green verdure and the bit of blue sky stirs the artist in you and you long for the power to execute with paint and brush what vou experience through senses and soul. It may be that an incident shall be fall you such as to speak a moral. .Such an one occured to our party- Our path way ran athwart an high rail fence, which was difficult to climb. We la borously climbed over it. On our re turn, just as we w?re about to mount this formidable barrier, someone dis covered "a corner let down" a few paces away. "How many hardships we would escape if we could only see. " was remarked. The Bible word was il lustrated. Having eyes, they see not. Having ears, they hear not How finely this is exposed by Ruskin: "The mere I think of it I find this con clusion more impressed upon me that the greatest thing that a human soul ever cues in the world is to see some thing, anl tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think; but thousands can think for one who can see. To see ciearly is poetry, prophecy and religion all one. " Tar Springs, Ky., Aug. 24. church on Nov. 'J-' at ii o'clock p, m. All cf the household effects of the late Mrs. Carrie Prakes will be soiil at public outcry on next S.-iturdty the 1 1th inst at the Ater place near Ii vington, Ky. Sale will begin at 1 o'clock p 111 "Bread baking is guaranteed lucceta if you use the Lewisp.jrl BEST M an". NOTICE. All persons having claims against the Two States Bank, of Stephen-poi t, Kentucky, are notified to present their claims, duly proven, as required by law, to the undersigned Assignee, at its place of business in Hanliusbure,, Ken tucky, at any time during buainafl hours, on or before the sixth da ol December, I'.M 1. This does not apply to depositors, whose claims will be verified by MCh upon the payment of dividends. The Bank of Haidinsburg a Trust Co , Assignee of the estate of The Two States Batik. - pUlad ; also ia Dumaroua other atylea ana ahad or chimney ; eaay to claan aod icruk. These cold nights and frosty morn ings make Blankets and Comforts Feel Mighty Good Like a "Bug in a Rug" You'll be as snug. Let us help make you Comfortable J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. I OLD HICKORY $1.25 1 i Streng & Thalheimer's Old Hickory Brand Brogan Shoes only SI. Regular price the world over $1.75 This shoe is strictly first quality and warranted solid. WILSON, OWEN & CO. Strictly Cash and One Price GLEN DEAN, KY. STEWART'S Complete Mail-order Department Orders Filled Promptly and Accurately Write today for anything needed Kxptv-s charges' prepaid on all porchaMa to the u mount ot .' 00 or more withiu roller, ux Louisville, Gome to Louisville at Our Expense ! Purchase h round trip ticket from rour home to Louis ville. When you have oooipleted your shopping in this store, take your return ticket ami your sabs checks, which are given you with each pure baas to ih Credit Desk, (South end ot the building) fini Boor, It' your railroad lure is more than 5 pereenl ol your purchases, 5 per cent will be refunded on the amount f your purchaser. Special No. ice to Charge Customers: Refund made only in eaan, and at time ot purchase, Refund cannot be cred ited at the time of settlement of account. The Stewait Cry Goods RAYMOND Cl.uence Collitibworth, of Mook, h;is beau saaaAlai several days with his cousin, Kduar roinpton. C. L. Avitt is building a new barn Mrs. Jsas Knutt and daughter. Miss Edith, were in Irvington on day last week. Miss Sally Macey returned to her home at Garlield out day last week, afttr spending several days with her brother, Glen Macey. Mr. Uettit Black and daughter, Miaa Sua Addison, cam up laat Saturday and visited relatives ar.U friendb and attended church. Herman Claycomo was at home from Ekron Saturday and Sunday. 25 I IHaaaKSHaaMeaHHa Co, " Louisville, Ky. D Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie I'ollock have moved into the house lately vacated by Carlton Atar. Mr. PsOHtS Ashcraft, of Irvington, bought some nice cattle Irom Hoscoa Hendry last weak. Mr. and Mrs. l'rank I'hilpot, of Stony I'oint, visited her parents, Mi. and Mrs. Thomas Hall Saturday ami Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. "Buddy" attended church at Fayneville Sunday. Winlield lleudry, of Irvingtou, was visiting hie mother a part of laet week. Otis Severs, of Union Star, spent Sunday night with Jess (.'ashman. The protracted meeting closed hare Sunday night with no new Additions to the church. Bread baking is guaranteed a success if you use Lewispotl HI-VI Flour.