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Market St. j I milft Mil n 1 f Market St. i'ii 'a OUR ANNUAL AUGUST Clearance Satle yf Ut- lb MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 5th SUMMER merchandise of every description will be priced ridicu lously low so low that every vestage of Summer Goods will be sold. While this means losses to us, it will mean a gain to you. Make it Convenient to Attend CWe, through your valued patronage, have had a tre mendous spring and summer business and are anxious that you should now share in the money-saving opportunities af forded by the sharp price reductions. Railroad Fares Refunded By rebating railroad fares in cash and by sending packages ($5.00 or more) free of charge, out of town customers may buy to the same advantage as those who live in our town. ALWAYS THE BEST FOR LESS unifAAii nrmnni HfinilinW tively seek to rid ourselves of, this nv- HHHHHHHHHHIHiHH9HHHHHnHHHHinHiHHHHH U ul muuuflui. DISTRICT Misses Bessie O'Connell, Leona Wheatley, Marparet Sherron, Myrtle Beauin and Ollie Mattinglyand Messrs. Ernest Payne, Carl Sherron, Joe Matt ingly, Herbert Payne and Paul O'Con nell spent a pleasant day at Tar Springs Sunday. Miss Stella Askins, who has been ill, is better. Charlie Rogers, of Grayson county, was a week end visitor of H. L. Payne. ' Miss Uallie Beattv opened school here July 29 with a good enrollment. Wheat threshing is the order ot the day. The farmers report a good crop. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc , are due toimpure blood. Burdock Blood Bit ters as a cleansing blood tonic, is well recommended. 1.00 at all stores. Woman Preacher At Springs. There is a protracted meeting in pro gress at the Tar Springs this week.con ducted by Mrs. Walker, of Kingswood. Services are held twice a day, morning and night, in the new church building there. Mrs. Walker hope to create quite an interest among the people out there this week, everything being fav orable for a good meeting. The new church Is sltuuted just outside the Springs property, and being recently built, uffords plenty of seating capacity for everybody that will attend. Miss Lula Brumfield. of Sample, i the guest of her sister.Mrs.Abe Bryant. Several from here attended the pic nic at Hardinsburg Saturday. Sam Matthews, of near Cabot, spent Sunday the guest of his siater, Mrs. J. M. Bealty and family. Floyd, the intant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ball, died Saturday and was buried Sunday at the Baptist cemetery. Mlis Suda Bates entertained with music Wednesday night in honor of her visitors, Misses Margaret and Marcella Frank, of Owensboro. Those present were: Misses Margaret and Marcella Frank, Suda and Mary Bates, Nora Hallie and Nellie Beatty, Jessie.Phoebe and Ermine Frank, Lula Brumfield, Margaret Board, Cora and Myrtle Mat tingly, Messrs. Warren Purcell, Joy Beattv. Estill Frank.Richard Newman, Silas McUary, James Mattingly, Owen and Harry Bates. A pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. , Mrs. Bettie Mullen, of Cloverport, and Mrs. Jarome Rics, of Owensboro, returned heme Saturday after n visit with relatives here. tively seek to rid ourselves of, this aw ful solitude of the. soul, avail nothing. Well, what others shrink from, the artist must seek." For soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, there b nothing better than Chamber lain's Liniment. This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by all dealers. Wife Who Opens Husband's Letters. Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them. Doau's Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store, A Texas Wonder. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cure diabetes, weak und lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troub le is children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on re ceipt of $1.00. One small bottle Is two month's treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, 3686 OUve street. St. Louis, Mo. Send for JCwtueky testimonials, Sold by drugr yiftta. Subscribe Now The Artist's Need. "Murder in Any Degree is the title of a story by Owen Johnson, author of "Stover at Yale" in the August Cen turyt in which the leading character of the story.a genius who falls to produce, says: "Do you know what is the great es sential to the artist to who ever creates? The sense "of privacy, the power to isolate his own genius from everything in the world, to be absolute ly coventrated. To create we must be alone, have strange, unuttered thoughts, just as in the rcaj'ms of the soul every humun being must have moments of complete, isolation thoughts, reveries, moods, that cannot be shared with even thorn we love best You don't understate! that." "Yes.Ide." "At the bottom we human beings same and depart ablutely atone. PriMrftMpi love, all tht we inetfne- Krotn the Youth's Cotupunton. There are those who assert that a husband should have no secrets 'from his wife, but tho husband whoadopts this view of his marital obligations may not hope to become a British Cabinet Minister. In his diary Lord Broughton notes a passage oetween Lady Holland and Lord Russell. Lady Holland asked Lord John why Lord Holland was excluded from office. "If you must know," said Lordjohn, "it is because no man will act in a Cabinet with a person whose wife opens all of his letters.1' One way to relieve habitual consti pation is to take regularly a mild lax ative. Doan's Regulets are recommend ed for this purpose. 25c a box at all drug stores. Visits Of The Stork. 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 The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Hafifey, July 33, and left a charming little girl, Vera Vir ginia Haffey. Born, to the wife of Jessie Pate, July 17, a twelve pound girl, Eva May Pate. Born, to the wife of Harold Walker, July 28, a fine boy. SHERIFF'S SALES FOR TAXES The undersigned will, on the 26 day of August, 1912, at the court house door I in Hardinsburg (being a regular county court day) offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following described lands, to satisfy the taxes due thereon, including costs, coMiiubskms, etc.: Malcolm Allen. House and lot. 1910 tax,f6.5i; 191 1 Ux.f6.25. Total, 12.76 Tkortou Bretcher. 43 acres laud, 1911 tax, 6.io. Kh Davenport, Hohm ami lot. 1911 tax, fy.f. W. 1 Johnson. House and lot. 1911 tax, I4.56. John Miller. 135 acres land. 191 1 tax, 512.17. Mnthias Miller. Two houses and lots. 191 1 tax, $11.83. II. L. Morton. House and lot. 1911 tax, 54.83. Kobt. Nichols. House and lot. Tax 19" t &-54-W. G. I'umphiey, Sr. 81 acres laud. 1911 tax, 7.30. Gins, Riley. 22 acres land. 191 1 tax, 52.51. Sanders llros. 8 acres laud. 1911 tax, I1.49. Sanders & Howard. 40 ncres land. 1911 tax, $4.20. Ilartlett Allen. House and lot. 1911 tax, 53.&V;. Sarah Holt! House and lot. 1911 tax, 5i.8o. Chas, Monday House and lot. 191 1 tax, $5-5. This only represents a small poportiou of the property tliat would have been advertised this weel- if space could have been had in this lss;ie. However, next ,week I will proceed tv advertise the list of every man, woman, or child in this district who has not pad their taxes in full for the year 1910-11 A." some people think we will not sell thb.ui out to pro tect ourselves, and thatthey can put this matter off indefinitehj they will find wIkmi they go to puy the -ost in these cases that we were very inudi in earnest. Those who owe taxes and whose names do not appear herein can save themselves the extra cost, by rvuiltthigin full before another issue of this paper. Delude Shecran, S. It. C. y k, j, rerici Uis, D. S. Subscribe Right Nw. Look Here! When You Want Insurance! Life Insurance, Sick and Ac cident Insurance, Fire and Tornado Insurance, Hail In surance on Tobacco, all in old reliable companies. Lowest Rates of any Company in America. L. C. TAUL, Hie insurance Man, :-: Cloverport, Ky. -" -w 'I '? L- .