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1 BEWLEYVILLE Matter AI'oii Witt, of Hrtnlii.sliuiK, wko linsheett visiting hlsgiuiclpHtents, Mr, and Mrs. Tout Vni)t, has returned 'heme. His old fiiemtt will le niterettud to ''kOW Hint Ciipt 13. 1'. llrtrdrtWBy. of Atlanta, G o Kin sailed lor Ivuope IJ) i ...... . . -.i. ... .11 ., tj JHlie ll on me rtifljniin lie win inivci tuutil Auguct. We wish him "bon voy- , Miss KathUet. Walker, our delegate to tlie meeting of the Woiuhu'h Mission ary Council lu Louisville, gave it most interesting teport at the meeting here Wednesday Miss Adah Stilh goes to Louisville to day, Monday, where he will resume her training at the Childieti's Free Hot pital. - Misses Eliza l'iggolt, Margaret Jolly and John Walter Jolly, of Irvingtotu attended Children's Day services here , Sunday, and took dityier with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Heron. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stith and child ren attended Children's Day services, , and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. ' Glenn Hardaway. Miss Rachel Stilh mid brother, Thom as, were here Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jolly. Miss Wilda Robertson and Mr. Dugau Severs, of Union Star, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Compton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Moses Bennett took din ner with Mrs. Alouzo Bennett Sunday. Mrs. Ed. Fontaine (nee MIbs Alberta Drury) of San Francisco, California, writes that she is well pleased with her new home. Hugh Hardaway is on the sick list. The M. D. pronounces the trouble as gall stones. . Miss Uevie Cain, of Durango, Mexico, is in Kansas City and is expected home soon to spend the summer. Mrs. Amanda Jolly, who was severely burned on the arm recently, was able to attend services Sunday. Miss Carrie D. Frakes and Winfield Scott, of Stith's Valley, were here Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Dm- y. Miss Emma Miller , and John Wil liams, of Stith's Valley, were here Sun day. Miss Maggie Scott and John Witt, of Big Springs, were here Sunday. Wathen Drury was the guest of Miss Maggie B. Jolly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stith and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bunger, of Gustou, were V- guests of Mr. and Mrs. William bum ounutty. Rev. May delivered a splendid ser mon Sunday night. Miss Elizabeth Cox goes this week to Louisville where she will take a course in a commercial school. Mr. Dugan Savers, of Union Star, has the promise of the Bewleyville school. Mrs. Ben Hardaway, of Guston, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Z. T. Stith. Each age of our lives has its joys. Old people should be happy, and they will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are taken to strengthen the digestion and keep the bowels regular. These tablets are mild and gentle in their action and especially suitable for people of middle age and older. For sale by All Dealers- Hampton's Magazine Suspends. Hampton's Magazine at New York City has suspended from lack of funds and the June number has not been is sued and will not be. The company which was organized after the first failure of the magazine last fall found itself soon without finances, a thing so essential to the continuation of any business, and the directors have de- '' elded to ask for a receiver in dissolu- ' ion. One of the losers in the magazine is Speaker Champ Clark, who is said -, to have invested $4,000 in the publica tion. $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year $3.50. For Sale 15 H. P. F. M. W ATKINS GAS OR GASOLINE ENGINE This ongino is in good condition; has boon run about i years and is a bargaiu to anyone needing a stationary ongino. Has all necessary pipes, gasoline tank which holds about 30 gallons; has detachable gasolino pump and n natural gas attachment. Reason for soiling entirely too largo for my purpose. For further infor mation call on or address JN0. D. BABBAGE, CumtorUud SENATOR NIXON DIES AFTERJPERATION Christian Science FailsHis Wife Dismissed Surgeons When They Said Her Husband Would Die-Senators Called. HEALERS IN FULL CHARGE Washington, June 6. George S. Nixon, United States Senator from Ne vada, died to-night at the Episcopal Eye, Bar and Throat Hospital of men ingitis, induced by blood poisoning, following an operation for a nasal ac cess. Christian ScWce was Invoked to-day by his family in an effort to save his life after the attending sur geon had expressed the opinion that he could not recover. Mrs. Nixon left San Francisco yes terday morning on the Overland Lim ited by the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific for Washington. At Reno she was joined by her son. They cannot possibly roach Washington before Fri day night. Meanwhilo efforts were made to prolong tin Senator's life un til their arrival. Mrs. Nixon wired to Washington to day directing the authorities at the hospital to excuse the attending sur geons and commit her husband to Christian Science treatment. This fact was made known to some of Senator Nixon's colleagues in the Senate to-day. Two Senators, Works of California and Clapp of Minnesota, are Christian Scientists and regular attendants atU.thc First Church in Washington. It was through them that arrangements were made through a Washington church for healers to minister to Senator Nixon. WilliamS. Campbell of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, admitted to day that he had charge of Senator Nixon's case, assisted by two other members of the faith, whose names he declined to disclose. Senator Works of California made a public avowal of his faith in the effi cacy of Christian Science healing in a speech in the Senate a few months ago. He said he came to accept the faith after his wife had been restored to health following years of sickness which physicians were unable to con quer by medical treatment. He added that his son, a victim of intemperance, was reclaimed through Christian Sci ence and was now making a success in his profession. The Senator was operated on last Thursday. Previously he had been in good health to all appearances. The operation was regarded as a simple one, but the surgeons say it had been post poned too long. On Saturday night, THEY JUypD IT Cloverport, Like Every City And Town In The Union, Receives It. People with kidney ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tortures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for. There are many remedies today that relieve, but not permanent I3'. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. Here is proof of merit from this vicinity. Henry Nail, Hartford, Ky., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills for about a year and have found them to be an excellent remedy for kidney complaint. I had pains in my back and in my sides. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I procured a box and they did me a world of good. I can therefore recommend them to anyone suffering from kidney trouble." The above is not an isolated case. Mr. Nail is only one of many in this vicinity who have gratefully endorsed Doan's. If your back aches It your kldnevs bother you, don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Nail had, 50c all stores. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. :: Cloverport, Ky. Telephone No. 46. WIFE'S HEALTH RESTORED Husband Declared Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound Would Re store Her Health, And It Did. Ashland, Ky. "Four years ago I seemed to havo everything tho matter with mo. I had fe mnleand kidney trou ble and was so bad ofT I could hardly rest day or night. I doc tored with nil tho best doctors in town and took mnny kinds of medicine but noth ing did nny good un til I tried your won derful remedy, Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vege table Compound. My husbnnd said it would restore my health and it lias." Mrs. May Wyatt, Ashland, Ky. Thero arc probably hundreds of thou sands of women in the United States who have been benefitted by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relievo woman's suffering. Rend What Another Woman says: Camden, N. J. "I had female trou ble and a serious displacement and was tired and discouraged and unable to do my work. My doctors told me I never could be cured without an operation, but thanks to Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetablo Compound I am cured of that affliction and havo recommended it to more than one of my friends with the best results. " Mrs. Ella Johnston, 324 Vine St If you want special ndrlco TYrifo to Lydln E. Plnkham Mediclno Co. (conll dcntial) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will bo opened) rend and answered by a TTomnn and held lu strict confidence. following the operation, Senator Nix on's case took an unfavorable turn. There were symptoms of toxic poison ing. He became unconscious on Sun day and remained so until his death. On Monday tho attending surgeon di agnosed his symptoms as spinal men ingitis. At 6 o'clock this evening the Sena tor's symptoms became alarming, and it was evident that liU life was pro longed solely by his remarkable vital ity and strong heart action. Arrangements for the funeral will probably be withneld until the arrival of Mrs. Nixon and her son. Senator Nixon had served one term in the Senate and began his second term March 4, 1011. He was a Repub lican and had identified himself throughout his Senatorship with the regular wing of his party organization in the Senate. He supported President Taft for renomination against Col. Roosevelt and succeeded in carrying Nevada for Mr. Taft. The Governor of Nevada, Tasker L. Oddie, is a Roosevelt Republican and made the fight agafnst Senator Nixon to get a Roosevelt delegation from Nevada, but lost. $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year $3 5O. Appreciates Press Favors. Breckenridge New3, Gentlemen: We wish to thank you for your very kind notice in your issue of the 22nd ult. and to assure you of our hearty appre ciation of your many favors to our firm. , We are young, but by hard work and honest endeavor we havo met with considerable success. We will have considerable business for you In the near future, hence we have temporar ily held up the matter of rates on for mer advertising, however, we will ad just the same to your satisfaction. Again thanking you, and with our best wishes, we beg to remain, Very truly yours, Roy Moorman & Co., El Centro, Cal. Consult T. N. McGlothlan for subscriptions to Courier-Journal, Times, Post, Herald, Farmers Homo Journal, otook lara.Journ al, Western Recorder and ; Brock, enridgo News. White-For Mourning. White has always been the garb of mourning in the East. The Oriental contemplates death calmly, as a sub lime transition from purity white sig nifying that he is reconciled to the loss which brings the departed so great a spiritual gain. $3.50 Louisville Evening Post and Breckenridge News one year 3.50. Woods Full Of Candidates. Next year county officers are to be elected and the woods are already full of candidates and prospective candi dates. As In all probability contests will be settled by State-wide State paid primaries we may expect more candidates than usual. Any man re fffP THE OLD RELIABLE BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY SOLID AS A ROCK FOR 40 YEARS An Absolutely Safe Place to do Business. . 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits gardlcss of the size of his bank ac count can run under the new order of things, as It will not cost him a cent other than his traveling expenses, printing bill and which is infinitesi mal in comparison with that of past contests. Park City Dally News. GLEN DEAN. Mrs. Jim Dean and daughter, Min nie, returned Saturday from a very pleasant visit to her old home and friends in Brandenburg. Ernest Eskridge is building a four room cottage for his home. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Mattingly, Mr. and Mrs. Virge Mattingly, Owens boro, were visiting Mr. and Mr3. Len Mattingly, near Axtel last week. Farmers are needing rain for tobacco setting. Special Offers At McCubbin's Store At Stephensport. Beautiful Lawns 5 to S cents. Mc Cubblns. See the pretty satin striped voiles, crepons and tokio silks at 25 cents. McCubbins. See McCubbins for Brick,fi Lime, Roofing, Ceiling paper, Guttering, Paints, Oils, Varnish ami all kinds of hardware and harness. UNION STAR Paul McCoy was the guest of friends near Sample Sunday. C. M. McGlothlan, of West Point, was visiting S. W. Bassett last week. Mrs. I). S. Richardson is very little improved at this writing. Mrs. Iv. II. Shellman entertained a Buy An IHC Spreader From Your Local Dealer J"irn: - ' .A. in,.' !,' St. ." T J BEYOND doubt a good man ure spreader is a necessity on every farm. Every live farmer has asked himself "Which spreader is best?" "Why is it best?" and, "Where can I buy that spreader?" The answer to thesis ques tions is buy an 1 II C spreader from your local dealer. The fertility of your soil de pends as much on proper distri bution as on the manure itself. Settle the manure spreader question once for all. See the local dealer and buy an IHC Manure Spreader Kemp 20th Century Corn King or Cloverleaf The IHC local dealer will show you good spreader con struction and explain why it is good. When you buy your spreader from him, he will set it up for you, show you how to adjust it, start you off right, and be right there all the time to take care of any future needs. Study fertility; learn why a good spreader is good. Buy an IHC spreader from your local dealer that is tho beginning; of the most profitable farming. International Ilarmtef Company (Incorporated) of America USA Chicago I H C Senrico Bureau The purpose of this Hureau Is to furnish, free of charge to all, the i ni rhurva m an. me uusi Information obtainable on better farming. It you liavt illl soil Chicai'O. USA D any wormy questions concurninBsoiis.ciou land dralnaife. Irritation, fortlllier. etc make your Imiulrlus specific and send them mini: SltvIcu bureau. Harvester Uulldlng, $10.00 REWARD On May lj a large sable (yellow) and white collie left, or was stolen from W. It. Moorman's farm near Gen Dean. He carries his ears erect; is a large dog with a long coat of hair, and answers to tho name "Scott." I will give $10.00 for his return to me at Glen Dean or to E P. Hardyway at irvington. W. R. Moorman, Jr., Glen Dean, Ky. f-JS--- 1 RURAL TELEPHONES a Mr. lMirmcr, arc you interested? If so, call on the mil linger of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company and have him explain tho special "Far mers Line" rate. i I. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY (Incorporated.) ?isS5v5??f crowd of young people Sunday after noon. Sexton DuUchke has announced that he will have his moonlight picnic Sat urday, June 22, I9I2. , Miss Mattie Milner left Thursday an extended trip to Louisville and for the blue grass. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dowell and baby, of Stepheuspart, were visiting Win. Dowell Saturday and Sunday. II. B. McKnight, of Cincinnati, was here Thursday. Mrs. Hannah Hardin, of Holt, left Monday after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Julia Clarkson. J. L. Morris spent two days last week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Currico, of Ekron, were to see Mrs. Clarkson Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller, who have been at Greensburg several months, arrived last week for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Lilly Mae Scott. Mr. and Mrs. John Wimp were guests of Mrs. Van B. Nelson last week. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hicks, of Stith's Valley, spent Thursday with Kev. King and family. T. W. Scott, of Vine Grove, was here Saturday. Tom Hardaway, of Bewlevville, and Charlie Hardbway, of Stith's Valley, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Strother. Cecil Clarkson, of Ekron, visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Durbin recently. Miss Emma Miller Is visiting her brother in Louisville. The Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. Lilly Mae Scott Wednesday June 12. in Memoriam. Whereas, An All-Wis'e God has in the exercise of His inscrutable wisdom seen fit to remove from our midst our belov ed member, Sister Mary Jane Gibson, in the prime and strength of mature womanhood, she being sixty-six years, nine months and ten days of age, when the brittle cord of life was suddenly severed on Tuesday. May 7, 1q13 at the home of her nelce, Mrs. Tom Rob ertson. And, Whereas, Though we do not under stand this act of Divine Providence, yet we bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all things well. And, Whereas, Our beloved Sister was for so many years an active and faithful member of our Missionary Society, we shall feel the more keenly our loss, yet we recognize that what to us Is a loss is to her a gain, for of her it may be truly said, "Life's race well run, Life's work well done, Life's crovVn well won, Now comes rest. " Therefore be it resolved First, That we, The Ladies Mission ary Society of the Cloverport Baptist Church, do extend our heartfelt sympa thy to the children and- grand-children who are thus bereft in the taking of their much loved and devoted mother, And, Second, That a full page be set apart in our minute book for the recording of these resolutions, that a copy be fur nished to each of the children, .and a ?9 copy be given the Breckenridge News for publication. Mrs. R. L. Oelze, ) Mrs. F. P. Payne, Committee . Mrs. F. C. English. ) Mrs. Bateman, of French Lick, Ind , who has been spending tho summer with her daughter, Mrs. A. M.Hardin, returned homo Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Nottingham was visiting her Uncle J. Dutschke.of Holt,Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Payne and daughter Ruby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Basham, of Union Star, Sunday. Mrs. Blon Ileauchamp, of Hawes ville, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Arga bnght. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin were guests of Mrs. Margaret Barr, of Fry mire, Sunday. Mrs Ellen Harshfield, of Louisville, visited friends near Lodiburg last week. W. B. Argabright, Jas. Rhodes and Mr. Stiles were in Louisville last week. A. M. Hardin Friday. was in Hardinsburg Allen Bandy and sister, Emma, was in Paynesvillo Friday. "Teddy's Bulldog" Companion To Houn'. Chicago, June (I. Nine members of the clerical staff of the national Roose velt headquarters, who arrived in Chi cago, yesterday from New York and Washington, stirred up the "Indians" in the Congress hotel with a companion ditty to the democratic houn' dawg song. They proclaimed it "Teddy's bull dog," and sang it on the way to the station. It runs this way to the tune of "Casey Jones." I. Teddy's gotta dawg, but he ain't no hound, He's a square jawed bull, and his face is round; His legs is short, and he's close to the ground, And you bet they ain't kickin' Teddy's dawg around. CHORUS Square jawed bull, and his face is round, Square jawed bull, and he ain't no hound; Short leggqd bull, close to the ground, And you bet they ain't kickin' Teddy's bull around. II. The Democratic dawg, the unlucky hound That the boys havo all been kickin' round, Is the same old dawg that's been stickin' 'roun' Since old Abo Lincoln came to Wash ington town. Beautiful Home Sold Charlie Chamberlain has sold his handsome home in Irvington to Mr.W,. G. Britc, of Maceo, for $3,000. Mr. and Mrs. Brlte will move to Irvington as soon as they can get possession' of the property. LODIBURG !