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I T I1 vf THE BRECKENRIDGENEWSI Ii ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT c 1OL XXXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16 1908 8 Pages NO 23 j 1 i f 1I 1 I l 4i b f a I 1 1 f i Ij j I 1Jj 1 11J i r f MRS WOODS 1 f pies At The Nome of tier Son S PostMaster R E Woods In fS Louisville Friday A Friday morning at 11 oclock death i came to Mrs Charity Elizabeth Woods f after a brief illness of pneumonia Mrs Woods was born in Wayne County Kentucky June 26 1823 and was married to Thomas James Woods January 1 1845 She came to Clover port in 1870 and resided here until 1895 since which time she made her home with her son Robert E Woods in Louisville She came of old pioneer Methodist stock and since early life mid been a consistent member of the Methodist Church and a member of this congregation for more than a half century The remains ot the deceased were brought to ns city Saturday morning accompani d by Mr and Mrs Woods land the Fjw Shelly who conducted the funeralI at the Methodist church The inter ment took place in the Clo verport cemetery The flowers brought i from Lot sville were many and beautiful Tlu Rev B DL Currie assisted pn the se Svices and the Methodist choir rendered the music LEN DEANE i Mrs 1 tlprd A Lovely Woman Dea Mother Of Preston Fo Mrs Lemaster DIes Suddenly MissfMancy Smith of Fordsville was the gist of her brother A E Smith Mon M s Percy Beard and Mrs G D She rn attended the funeral of Mrs F Wednesday 5 Glasscock is ill at this writing i Katie Noblet of McDaniels is I nest of Mrs S P Pool 11 irs John Lemaster di Thursday of pneumonia fever Mrs Lemaster was a member of the Glendeane Baptist church and while having lived in Glendeane only a few months won many friends She lived a Christian life and will be greatly missed by all who knew herIMiss Louise Beeler of Kirk was the guest of Miss Mollie Mporman Wednes day News has just been received of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr and tfMrs P H Nunnenly of Georgetown JiKs E A Moore a prosperous farmer ear town has sold his farm to Mr taSpauldinR of Grayson county Misses Nell Moorman Emma D rMoorman Arrie Robertson Dr R T Dempster and daughter Nell went to Louisville Friday fitRobt Moorman went to Louisville Friday Mrs Mary Ford died Wednesday at the home of her daughter Mrs E L Robertson Mrs Ford had lived here about two years but during her short stay won many friends She will be i greatly missed and her place can never be refilled lt The sawing circle merwlth Miss jMaude Mattingly Saturday afternoont TSJDfreshraents were served and all had v delightful time I f r Mr A E Mooro has bought out Mr j j possessionabout f A Hearty Appetite T Is what most babies have but it is of no benefit to them if they have worms l Be sure your baby is not troubled with V them Sure symptoms always hungry i rings under the eyes not gaining In freight and yellow complexion A few papsesvof Whites Cream Vermifuge will cureyand reliable Price 25 cents per bottle Sold by A R Fisher r V l lColored Folks News r Preacher Williams of the African Zqn Methodist church was arrested iMonday by Marshal DeHaven fdrln jfTsmlttng a colored woman r 000 1 Miss Jewels is to be married soon tot tepbensport man of color Slid pur pMsed white silk from JC Nolte lifcjj for her wedding dress lIfefrjy everybody knows DeWitlrs JKlVjSsriy Risers are the best pills iadt They aro small pleasant sure fttl Iyivtc ills Sold by all drubgists t I HARDINSBURG School Money Received by Supt Pile Masons Annual Banquet will be Dec 28 On last Wednesday Supt Pile received a check for 855974 which was in payment forlhe third and fourth months salaries of the Public School teachers of the county The money was at once checked out and mailed to the ones who had taught the third and fourth months and reported the sameDr and Mrs J E Kincheloc gave a six oclock dinner Friday the occas ion being Dr Kincheloes birthday The invited guests were Atty Allen R Kincheloe Franklin Kincheloe Morris Buchner Kincheloc C Vic Robertson Thos J More and Atty Claude Mercer Mrs John Stith is visiting her little granddaughter at the home of Mr and Mrs David Penick of Ouster The little granddaughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Penick on Thursday Dec 10 Mrs Morris H Beard spent last week In Louisville Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard spent several days last week in Louisville Mrs Blanche Read has returned from a visit to Louisville friends Fred Moorman and family and a Mr Summers of Louisville were visit ing friends here last week Messrs Moorman and Summers in one days hunt returned with sixty six partrid ges ahd seventeen rabbits Mrs C C Crutcher and Mrs Chas 31aycomb of Webster are at rrsI McGarys for several days under Dr Days treatment Work on the Assessors hook is being delayed on Account of parts of the fourth fifth and sixth districts not having been reported by the Deputy Assessors who are in charge of the work t Jesse Whitworth went to Frankfort MondayRev G W Harris the colored pastor here preached adouble funeral Saturday afternoon after which two burials proceeded simultaneously In the colored cemetery Lizzie Peyton aged 82 had died here on Thursday and was one of the two to be buried The other was Lena Parker whose death occured at New Albany on the same day Dave Walls was here Saturday from Custer Mr Walls term of public school closesjiext week Jas Witt went to Jloverport Sat urday to attend the funeral of MrsI WoodsIsaac C Bruner one of the countys best farmers was here Saturday from Juster Chairman Whitworth has called a meeting of the trustees of the first Educational Division for 2 p m next Saturday to elect a trustee for the Freedom school in the place of Melvin Springgate who has resigned to move awayJohn Alexander was at his country home last week marketing his tobacco croprr t I Herbert Hall spent Sunday with his parents near Glendeane R O Davis refused lOc around for his crop of burley tobacco Saturday He is prizing and sendin to Louisville expecting to be a topnatcher in prices realized December marriage licenses for the first twelve days of the month were issued to toe McCrume and Annie klyra Macy W W Barger Dora Severs Hugh McGnvock Eu a Wright Wm L Basham ind Gblia Haynes James Blair and Nannie Blair This U S Government in its Pure Food taw does not Indorse or guarantee any preparation as some manufacturers in their advertisements would makeit appear In the case of medicines the law provides that cer tain drugs shall be mentioned on the labels if they are ingredients of the preparations Elys Cream Balm the wellknown family remedy fr cold in the head hay fever and nasal catarrh doesnt contain a single injurious drug so the makers have simply to print the fact that it complies fully with all the requirements of the law i OJ i Miss Berry Improving Miss Josie Berrys many friends will be glaclt to learn that she Is Improving after a several days illness She 13 olne Cloverportj DISPLAYS TALENT Miss Hannah Beard Makes A lIit In Virginia At A Musical Recital From Buena Vista Virginia papers we clip the following concerning a re cital in music and elocution given at the Southern Seminary liThe recital given last evening was one of the most pleasing and creditable given in the Seminary for a long time Among the most brilliant members in elocution was that of Miss Hannah Beard of Kentucky The young ladies in the Seminary this year come from all parts of the United States and there sdems to be an unusual amount of talent in diff erent directions in the student body which s one of the very finest tile institution has ever had in its history In a personal letter to Mr and Mrs Taylor Beard of Hardirisburg Presi dent Rowe of the Seminary saysitI wish you could have been present with us at our recital Monday night Hannah did wonderfully well and displays great talent Gone To Skillman1 Mr and Mrs Frank English and daughter Lida May leave this week for Skillman where they will spend the winter on the farm They wlllbe accompanied by her parents Mr and Mrs Lllllard Miss Fowler Leaves Miss Mayme Fowler who has been spending the fall and winter season with Miss Evelyn Hicks left Tuesday fIr her home at Evansville Miss Fowler is a lovely young girl and made many friends while here Squire Bates returned from Owensboro yesterday BROTHER JIM On Trial at Hawesville Every body His Friend Assets of Parrish Bank Not Worth Ten Cents on 1 News from Hawesville says during James H Parrishs trial he has completely won the hearts of the Hawes ville people Everybody calls him Brother Jim He attends church and nearly every night he hasa song service If he stays much longer it Is said he will be building churches Report of trial is as follows Hawesville Ky Dec 14The trial of James H Parrish was resumed here this morning at 10 oclock on the ar rival of attorneys and many witnesses from Owensboro C C Watkins cashier of the National Deposit Bank was on the stand practically all day He stated that 890000 of the alleged j assets of the Parrish bank were not worth more than ten cents on the dol lar that when the Owensboro Clear ing House Association was formed Mr Parrish refused to join because he would have to submit his bank to ex amination by the association and he knew this would result In his rejection as he was taking paper that the other banks considered not good On examination he admitted that he had accepted about 50000 of the same kind of paper that caused the Parrish crash Yes but I got out said Mr Watkins and left me in was the quick and first Interruption of the trial by the defendant Parrish The evidence of Mr Watkin showed that several bankers besides Mr Par rish lost heavily on much the same kind of paper that wrecked Parrish Louisville Times For a mild easy action of the bowels n single dose of Doans Regulets is enough Treatment cures habitual cqn stipation 20 cents a box Ask your druggist for them GREAT SANTA Little Cloverport Boy and Girl Get To See Bacons Wonderful Christmas Display Mrs Alvin Simons and little children Cissell and Henry May returned home Saturday night from Louisville where they had been to see the Xmas displayThey went to Bacons where they met Santa Claus and was completely charmed with him and the beautiful things he had at that magnificent store There were 2800 children en joying a merry treat given to them by Bacon Bacons store is the most popular place in Louisville for both young and old and no one should fail to call there when in the city I Letters Too Late There were a large number of letters to Santa Claus received too late for this weeks paper The News regrets that they did not come when we requested them Bad Luck Clovas Bowlds broke his right foot Monday while assisting Mr and Mrs Clinton Reid mov- eEsteemed Man Dead As the News goes to press word is re ceived of the death of Mr IB Hayden an old and valuable man of Lewisport and Hancock County Heavy impure blood makes a muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich red pure restores perfect health Mr and Mrs Clyde Morrison and children Wallace and Mildred have been visiting in Louisville I i itC adChristmas Christmas c i J 1008 1908 I B R BEARD S CO rf Hardinsburg Ky A JUST ARRIVED and until Christmas my home will be hero where the as wen as the grown up folknthat is needed for this Gift Giving Time Never have we been so well prepared to please you as we are now Do your shopping early This gives you no only a chance to get first selections but gives us plenty of time to show you through the different departments Come early if possible if not como later but by all means come v Christmas Suggestions for the Little Folksv p Dressed dolls undressed dolls bisque dolls kid body dolls Teddy bears hobby horses express wagons mechanical toys dogs rabbits lamps ABO books tablets cradles chairs checkers dominoes bedsls pianocs automobiles dime banks and drums For the Big FolkstPretty new things in jewelry Xmas stationery neckwear gloves umbrol j4 t J f i Jag imported china pictures mirrors furs rugs fine linens handkerchiefsy rockers Biblesi perfumes hose bedspreads r V J JJt y Good Things for Everybody0 o tOranges 1cocoanuts V bananas figs mixednuts7 raisins currants A riaiJal1d h grapes fIAll sensible articles at very speoialsprices On Friday December 18 wo will have ono of our Friday Special Bargain Days Notice of which you will find in this paper Everything mentioned in this ad will bo on display Some Friday Special Bargains will be foundI in this department Thanking our patrons in advance for the liberal patronage wo- know you 4 will give us We are yours for bargain pr J i Kyij t j r TI c 1 J i i r T IRVINGTON Mr Hugh McGavock and Miss Ouia Wright Married- DruryYelvington Wedding The Methodist Ladles Aid Society will give a Tacky and Masked party at the town hall Thursday night Dec 31 Seven cents will be admission fee but every seventh person will be given free admittance A cake will be given to the person dressed the most comicalAt home of the Rev B F Wilson on Walnut St on last Wed nesday afternoon Miss Eula Wright was united in marriage to Mr Hugh McGavock The young couple was of the Webster neighborhood and after viewing the sights of the city return ed home to reveive the congratula tions of their friends and relatives Miss Evelyn Herndon has returned from Cloverport Mr and Mrs Lansing Moorman have returned to Brandenburg- Mr and Mrs Gilbert Harrison of Sioux City Iowa are expected some time this week to spend the Xmas Holidays the guests of Mr and Mrs R B McGlothlan and other relatives Miss Nancy Pusey left for Louisville Friday for a few days visit be fore returning to Chicago Mrs Bettie Lee McCall has return ed from Louisville Mr B B Drury formally of this City and Miss Yelvington of Sardis Miss were quietly married at the home of the bride on last Wednesday Dec 9 Mr Drury is a member of one of Breckenridge Countys most prominent families and has asplendid position on the I C Road from Mem phis Tenn to Fulton Miss Miss Yelvington will be leasantlyremem bered here as having visited Miss Willa Drury for a week last summer She is very attractive and highly ac complished PRESS CLUB Will Have MidWinter Meeting Dec 29 In Louisville At The Seelbach All details are perfected for the mid winter meeting of the Kentucky Pres Association and the programme and the arrangements promise to make the gathering which will be held at The Seelbach here the afternoon and even ing of Tuesday December 29 the largest and most profitable in the his tory of the organization The mid winter meeting of the association is os sentially the business session of the or ganization and the plans for the present gathering are such as to make it rich in results of a high order The committee on Programme and Arrangements composed of R W Brown of the Louisville Tunes E D Shinnick of the Shelby Record and Harry A Sommors of the Elizabeth town News has communicated with all the speakers and received assurance of their preparation and that they will be promptly on hand The programme will be as follow- sIntroductorvPr06idont Tim Need ham Williamstown The Public Press and the Public Schools Harry A Sommers Eliza bethtown A Message From the Mountains Charles W Metcalf Pineville Good Roads Desha Breckenridge LexingtonThe Miss A Louise Babbage CloverportWhat the Public Expects of the Press Judge John D Carroll Kentucky Court of Appeals Some Things an Editor Ought to Do and Some Things He OughtNot t- oDoE A Jonas Louisville The Home Paper and the Home TownEdward O LeIgh Bowling GreenAdvertising as an Essential to Sue cessHJohD C Lewis Louisville Relation of the Pressto the Farmer M W Neal Louisville Louisville Times Every case of backache weak back bladder inflammation and rheumatic pains is daugerous if neglected for such troubles are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and soothe pain quickly Insist upon De 2 Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills Ford weak kidneys and inflammation of thet bladder they are unequaled Rt rqll1t size fib Sold here by all diuf glst0 i 3- v a j J 4 c I v r 1 r I uii t II I OO Do QomIII Qom1111 Qon onIII Qon1111 so JIQJII QonJIlc 1I9JQomJill rOJ II o Christmas I JOyY- o 0 The one time of the whole year when everybody gets full measure of happi IDlness And as is usual SANTA CLAUS has sent Us a full assortment of lo iiigood things Come early and inspect them It is nearly impossible to enu f merate the many pretty things to be found here II w IIw Come to Cloverport to do Your Christmas Shopping FU1 For the Children muijj m 1 BANKS WATCHES W STEAM ENGINES TOY PISTOLS y IRISH MAIL MAGIC LANTERNS LI WAGONS MECHANICAL TOYS o SLEDS HORNS GOCARTS AUTOS I i GUNS TRAIN ON TRAO j TOY BEDS FELT TOYS n I DRUMS ROLLY POLLY IlIlo SHOOFLYIli 1 Story Books I Get the youngsters a few Books LI and let them revel in the delights FiFiyjy of Fairyv Land Nothing affords o more pleasure than a good Book We have a splendid assortment L j J7 r = a 0 r I t im THIS IS THE BEST j o jjl I IWE EVER HAD A GOOD m j AND SURE 1 TO DELIGHT THE LITTLE FOLKS Q I DATES FIGS PRUNES I ORANGES MAL GRAPES BANANAS + Q Y CASES 11 CANDIES 1 THING SWEET m Q w I r 0II I J fi BUFF COLLAR BOXES ALBUMS CANDLE STICKS HANDKERCHIEFS THERMOMETERS I 0 PICTURES MANICURE SETS ft BIBLES PIPE RACKS POST CARD ALBUMS PUFF BOXES 1j MIRRORS JEWEL BOXES SCRAP BOOKS INS WELLS COMB AND BRUSH SET NUT CRACKER SET I i of All simply have about the best I H Santa ever left with us All kinds sizes and t 9 r A great presents itself here to please You- C find to for the loved ones at home There are things please the whole family QQ- QQ = = d n Ti l Toys DEPARTMENT CERTAINLY ASSORTMENT FruitsI nI CELERY QAGA FINEST NUTS For Everybody JEWELRYI icoDolls Kindsr1We Claus styles opportunity everybody something get innumerable Every Article Suitable Present pU CARRIERfi COMPLETE LINE OF XMAS POST CARDS Gifts For the Grown Ups We have such a large and varied line appropriate presents for ev erybody that shopping this year will be a pleasure Everywhere you look there will be presents for everybody little big old and young t Nothing lacking You will find what you want Lets Be Glad Its Christmas F = mma 1 Neckwear II- v MUFFLERS GLOVES UM BRELLAS SHAVING SETS ffi SUSPENDERS SMOKING J SETSI Jj I U I Christmas Tags Q I STICKERS AND HOLLY 0 BOXES I Bisque Figureso I CHINAWARE VASES WATER SETS CUT J GLASSQif WORK BOXES ETC o L 0 n Ui y o J C NOLTE BRO Cloverport My Dcoori jlcrOI CZ30EZD 0II C 101 111 Qo Jill 101 Jj2ll 101JlfL 101 Qom QOL UI Q0L Jill 101 0 I = = r It t I c1 14- h i 1 k L 4 I IId yy yy- I ya yr y- t y- t y- yr I 1- k t i rr r a Vtjj F 1 k i i f i r 1 t 111 EVERYBODYS CHRISTMAS STORE i r East West North and South from Louisville where ere you go and meet these you know you hear it said that Bacons is KENTUCKYS GREATEST CHRISTMAS STORE What nearly everybody says must be so and of course there is a reason for it First the same fundamental principles that have been making this business grow greater each year have been applied Second more extensive preparations to accommodate an ever increasing MAIL OR DER BUSINESS have been made and for those who may not be able to come to Louisville an illustrated Christmas Catalog has been published which may be had for the asking COME TO THE STORE IF POSSIBLE If not a letter or postal card addressed to us with your request will bring the catalog from which to order Womens Batiste Waists 198 All wool to bo had in two stylos plain tailored or silk embroidered in black white navy red green brown light bluo pink and champagne I Stationery 3001 Boxes Paper Xmas gifts for chrron1 quire superior quality Waiting Paper with holiday de 10neC Liffen Paper 1000 boxes superior qalitYWriting Paper ono quire jjRiper 24 of the newest shape on t igrlrw xes each C 00 Boxes Paper excellent quality juinen Writing Paper 1 quire of II IQomoC I I housands of Boxes Extra Fine Quality Writing Paper and Envelopes of all sizes ranging in prices from 325 29S 225 198 159 139 on down to 125 Pure Linen Paper 300 boxes Writing Paper In neat padded holly boxes boxPcontaining 1 quiro pa 48c Superior Quality Writing Paper all pure linen in neat holly boxes 98andc I 1000 Boxes Paper all linen 1 quiro 19envelopesC 250 Boxes Paper very fine quality Alllinen Paper in neat Iloral and holly folding boxes containing 3 75opest C Holiday Slippers Mens 200 and 250 Slippers Of tan Russia brown kid and black kid chamois and kid linedhand turned stylesSales f 148 pair 8 9 001Cturn soles Priced except ionally low Also Childrens Christmas Slippers at interesting prices Xmas Gift 1ec wear Womens Stock Collars in black white and colors all new and fresh a 25populalC Silk Scarfs in plain white and col ors full width and length 98price C WMUHS Stock Collars in the new 50cupNeck Ructotop in a great variety of widths and colorings priceCper yard + Black Net Veiling entirely now lino just received price 25per yard C Womens Silk Shawls 75c appropriateforbe had in all blackor allI white in a variety of nice patterns and in a wide range of sizes priced at 75c 9Sc 150 198 to 698 BEST LINE OF TOYS In the State A partial list Is Mentioned Fireman and Soldier Suits complete with oil the accessories the lkind that will last a long time suit 98c White Enameled Reed GoCarts all iced body seat upholstered 25wheeh1 English Foldingtop GoCarts fine steel gear and wheels steel 98belAlphabet Blocks pictured in bright colors 5x5 inches price per set 25C land Cars rubbertired all steel wheelsl best to be had for 398 Roly Poly the wonderful balan cing toy several wellknown characters 12 inches price tallC Toy Furniture 4piece mission set forcDime Register Banks cannot be the75cproperTool Boxes with full equipment 48dayl C Magic Lanterns Russian iron body goodlampC Nickel Trumpets trimmed in silk cord and tassel 25c Train and Car consisting of en gin and coach with figure eight track wind it and it runs mechanical 00parts 50andC Boys Velocipedes of steel through 348pricef Imp Tied Felt Horses stylish model withstable blanket saddle and leathgUterTeddy Bears 10 inches made of jointlimbs CatOthers up to998ilu- mnitng Tops many of brilliant colors and organ chimes price 150 on down toCRevolving Air Ships six 4i inch airships each with propeler and passengers dig 10 34 inches 98priceI Accordions imported Blow25cAccordions 75c 50c Roller Toys Have a nice line from 1 on down toCDrum for the Boys1Ye have a very largo stock of drums and can show a varied assortment from cheap to high priced 7ff have one at Ol Others up to 589 Dolls of All Kinds Inexpensive7 priced jsomo spec ially good values are men- tionedI today Miss Violet the belle of Louisville 25ashighlongshoes work stockings and pink SOc Jointed Dolls full 24 inches high movable eyes heavy eyelashes showinfiteeth sowed wig best town S 150B- ody18iHch Kid Dolls with jointed hipjointsgo to sleep long YQrl 98lushes specialllLt e BAC N SOIINCORPORATED JJ2JJ8 Vest Market Street 21J Fourth Avenue Lour Ky Xmas Gifts For Baby Long Cloaks of Wool Bedford Cord full cape trimmed with stream I 98Iutton50cstyles Bootees Hand knitted in blue and white closefitting Off foot Price a pair 3l NightingalsA ydaintysonably priced at C Infants Veils Of sills and wool zephyr Priced at 50c 25and C Baby Rattlers Of celluloid in 50ceach Complete Line o- fBOOKS and Bibles Prayer Books o A Rosaries FURS CostLess LessAt This Store Jap Mink Throws and Fancy Neck Pieces With mulls to match at 998 and 1975 Marmot Pelerines and Mat ched SetsAt 798 and 125- 0Opossum i find Raccoon Scarfs and Muffs At S298 and 498 Sable or Black Coney Throw Ties and Muffs AtT 198 and 198 Childrens and Girls Fur Sets tin all appropriate furs at 98c to 798 Fur Coats at 1975 and 2475 Sable Coney and Noarseal Coats with guaranteedsatin lining c fashioned by export furriers in the seasons best models v American Fox Pelerines With llargo pillow muff to match at 998 and 1975 each Brook Mink Throw Ties Satin lined with pillow or rug muff to match 398 and 698 each 4 Black French Lynx Shawls With muffs to match at 1250 and lf75 each Black or Bluo Wolf Shawls With muffs to match at 875 and 1448 SuggestionsFor Blanket Bath Robes Full size for men border effect with neck and belt cord also pock ets all this seasons new shades 048 198 398 and 298 Alens Smoking Jackets Allwool golf cloth double faced in the new round or straight front ef feet handsomely trimmed and finished new shades tan brown 98PlMens Berlin Office Coats Single and doublebreasted made of allwool Jersey cloth in navy and black prices fl o ff450 395 3 and 3 UU Handkerchiefs Initial Hemstitched Pure White Linen Largesize Hand kerchiefs for men best in the 25cboxMens White Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs put up six in a 50cues1 Mens White Hemstitched Initial Handkerchiefs tine quality linen 75cboxMens Fine Mercerized White and Colored Border and Col ored Center Hemstitched handkerchiefs 140 each doz121c Millinery Reduced Trimmed Hats Made in our workroom with great care that the greatest inducement may be offered nilof the newest shapes instead fof 0P2 95 Handsome Pattern HatsIn silk velvet and felt worth up to Qillustration twopieceFrench 95upUntrimmed Velvet ShapesIn col 50upFelt Flats Colors and blacks 39ofC Gloves lake Useful Gifts NOTE Gach pair Kid Gloves put up in a Holiday Bo- xWomens and Misses 2but ton clasp Selected Skins Kid Gloves every pair guaranteed all sizes land every shade un 00glovej Womans 2clasp Button Black Double Silk Gloves the best wear 00madeWomans Fine Quality Real Kid Gloves black white and all the best shades every pair warran 50tion4awraww ffA Postal Our Xma- sCATALOG will bring I To You Womens Net Waists 298 The price asked is just half the actual value Black Net Waists all are silk lined and variously trimmed with silk bands laces and medallions and have the new long sleeves Handkerchiefs For Women and Children Womens very handsome Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs scolloped and hemstitched 39 cent each values25c Womens handkerchiefs all pure Irish linen hemstitched 0 for 50 cents or each 1 Oc VYomens Alllinen and Cambric Linnn finished handker chiefs with floral design in corner 25c values15cSpecial at Childrens all pure linen hemstitched handkerchiefs Extra frEachWomens embroidered scol loped edge handkerchiefs 3 in 50cPricet 15ImndkerC ren Some in white others inI colorsWomens Line embroidered handkcrcheifs very pretty 3 in a holidayI box j 100Price per box P Practical Gifts For Children Childrens Bearskin Coats Exceptionally desirable curley and straight some tiimmed with braid and heads colors grey red and white and in every way this seasons most up todate coats for fl 4050little girlsi Fult Bonnets Poke and Normandy styles 3 50 so fl 125on down to Childs Toques Of wool in 25cstrIpesSweaters Norfolk stylo red or white fl 150Pricei P Drawer leggingsred 50cor white Childs Cloth CoatsBox ef l itite 398 Bearskin CupsAllstylos Prices from 2U8 so on 25cdown to Hand crocheted Sacques Large variety ranging from 175 so on to doVn25cu h Gifts of Leather Goods Allleather IItlnclbags similar to picture with gilt or gun metal trimmings well made frame with inside purse Those bags are extraordinarily good valises ut the price asked and will be so proclaimed when they are seen each pricQ90c BagsWithdraw enchh black Prico50cHandbags For women and children with inside purse and two Price strap handles50c CarringeBagunmetal trimmings plen lid assortment to select from and a big at valuoS 148 Music Rolls In black and brown several desins lined withmoire Choice at 50c Music PortfoliosIn black and brown strap handles moire lining excellent values 700ot J Womens Sweater Coats 198 An immense variety of these popular garments in every size for women misses and girls is now being shown colors arc black white navy redand gray prices range 198 298 398 and S4 DB Toilet Sets II Toilet Setsconistingof 11 rows white bristle brush with tineIIporceloin back hand decorated metal rimRose Design neat neatly embossed metal handles comb mounted to match Packed in neatly arranged box CprlcoShaving Sets consisting of ebony cup and line camels hair brush neatly packed rprice 125 Manicuring Sets consisting of nine pieces nail polisher cuticle twee zers shoe horn nail1 file glove m buttoner triming knife anti two KJJ pomade boxes packed in a neat white box price 450 Military Sets consisting of two 13 row fine white bristle military brushes mounted in highly em bossed metal backs in Artistic Pop py design extreme measurements 2 78x4 12 inches guaranteed sterling silver plate in Butler oxi dize finish and well lacquered Packed in neat white cloth lined cnso price 2 50I Childs Toilet Sets consisting of mirror brush and comb in gilt or silveroino back back of mirror and brush hand painted packed in a neat box price250 Shaving Sets consisting of quadru pled plated mug ebony handle camels hair brush in pretty lined box price pl0 Flannelette Garments For Women WOJ lens Long Flannelette Kamonos light weight choice variety of designs in light and dark colorings well made and priced most refionoQ ably at OC Flannelette Gowns kimono style pink and blue effects finished with plain color hands to harmonize 98veryi C I Flannelette Skirts ready to wont made with deep flnnnnn edged 49pinkC Petticoats for Gifts Black Silk Petticoats Some that rustle others of soft finish some with plain tailored others with the new embroidered flounce all are made with deep underlay rt J nogreat value every ono at p4 O Moreen Petticoats cut very full with flaring flounce of fine tucks deep underlay of same material looks like silk will wear bettor ex traordinarily good for 2 98 veryfulland stitching underlay of same each material 0 price 2 25 f iJ n n U t J 1 1 J I f ti J i i + j r Ie a 1 CLOSING OUT SALE I A GENUINE = We are going to quit business and must get out by March 1 1909 In order to do this we have cut prices on every article in our immense stock 4 No greater opportunity ever presented to the buying public of Glendeane and vicinity than we are presenting just at this time In order to make you understand that this is not a scheme to draw trade we quote below a few leading bargains Boots Shoes and Clothing Granulated Sugar 1 5 l2c Best Coal Oil per gallon 11 c- All Calicoes per yard L 5c Rubber Boots best grade 450 at o 300 Second grade Rubber Boots 275 500 Shoes going at 375 450 Shoes going at 350 350 Shoes going atM250200 Shoes going at j 135 1150 Shoes going at 110 1125 Shoes going atT 100 Flannels per yard 8c J10 Overcoats for 5 50 750 Overcoats for 450 Trunks Valises and Suit Cases Actual Cost- Queensware Saucers Tumblers Goblets setft IMens Hats Styles I 11 IIPlease remember we have sold our entire stock and have to reduce it to J a certain amount by March 1st and in order to this we closing out at actualcost and below to do it We have other very prices but it costs too much to use space in this paper to quote them It will pay t6 miles to find them o- utGLASSCOCK 8CO I GLEANDEANE KY 41V8JoJA 4 47 I SOCIETY NOTES Miss Geasie Wills made her little bow into society Saturday afternoon at a beautiful party given in honor of her 10th birthday at the home of Judge and Mrs Wills Little Miss Elizabeth Stites Sippal of Louisville assisted in receiv Ing the merry company of friends Soon After their arrival they were invited to the dining room which was decorated like the parlor in green plants and were served refreshments The table where the smallest guests were seated was most attractive with a large birth day cake on which were ten lighted candles The favored guest received twentytwo lovely prosents from he following who were present Louise find Curtis Weatherholt Mary and Addle McGavock Jane Lightfoot Elizabeth Skillman Eloise Nolte Jane Lamar Sawyer Cecil Jolly Lillian Polk Virginia Harris James Skillman Maud Beavin Cis ell and Henry May Simons Mary Benton Madye Chapin Louise and J T Lewis Tula and Eldred Babbage Isabelle Burn Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Hook Mary Pate Mary Owen Oejze Martha and Emily Reid and Francis Sawyer Mrs L B Perkins Mrs Joe Sawyer and Mrs Richard Whitehouse of West Point Mrs HenryMay opo- A marriage of much iinterest in Clo verport is that of Miss Elsie Timmering and Mr J E Benckensteine which took place at tne Louisville Hotel December the seventh The bride is most pleasantly remembered here having visited Miss Lillian Sippel last summer Mr and Mrs Benckensteine will make their home in Cincinnati He is a suc cessful traveling man 000- Mr and Mrs N entertained most a hunting party at Jar Springs last week before their do parture for Chicago Those invited were Dr Ligbtfoot Chas Skillman Byrne Severs Rev CurriePred Fraize Capt Rowland Marion Wcatherholt and Will rate ooo The first Miss Behen tobe in Clover port society since a number of years is the charming little daughter who arrived at the home of Mrand Mrs Hovious Behen Wednesday o bo The wedding of Miss Mnyrae Miller to Mr Wade Pile will take place this Among Davisof Beware Catarrh Contain entering reputable possibly contains directly Druggists SkiJlman rliss Martin country success Letitia at I Plates Cups and 25c WlOc 25c 200 for 125 Latest Greens Flour 67c and 72c are low you come Nailsen delightfully lfcSr hftSfg Fi s r 15t rT Tr tr y fcjy y Nfi hr c NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS I This will be the last warning to you As you well knowtt that the penalty is added and I have been forced to t i settle and under the new law will have to force you II and I would much rather you would come and settle 1 E without any further cost or trouble Iam going to 1 liPtreat every one alike and if you owe any 190678 taxes f 1 pay them before January 1 1909 or your property will I be advertised and sold Dont ask me wait longer 1- Ic Very truly I MILT MILLER S B C I evening in Hardinsburg The bride is the daughter of Mr Milt Miller and the groom is a successful merchant at Mook the guests will be Mrs Prince Louisville who arrived there last night Of Ointments For That Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when through the mucous suraces Such artlclos should never bo used except on prescriptions from phy sicians as the damage thoy will do Is ten fold to the good you can derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by V J Cheney d Co Toledo 0 no mercury and Is taken Internally acting upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Catarrh cure bo sure you got the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney tt Co Testimonials tree Sold by irlco 73c per bottle Take Halls family Pills for constipation STEPHENSPORT Mrs R S was in Louts ville last week shopping The party given by BlancheI at her beautiful home Saturday night was quite a and all report a good time Mrs Robinson is quito ill at this writing Mrs Ernest Smith has boon very sick but is improving per set 30c set I set Hats in Flour per sack t I do to = AFURS WANTED FURS We want especially Skunk Mink Raccoon Fox Opossum Otter and I Muskrats Ship your produce to us Highest market prices paid for Hides Wool Tallow Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters No commission charged prompt k returns Agents for largest tanneries In AmerIca REFERENCE Any Bank or Merchant In Louisville or ask your neighbors who ship to us Shipping tugs and prices on appUcutiontTry us with a shipment Established 1868 ISAAC ROSENBAUM SONS 321323 E Market St Louisville Ky w A awsirM P D Hawkins has sold his farm near Union Star to Will Dowell The S BE Club will meet at the Baptist church on Christmas night Everybody invited No admission The ladies of the Baptist church will give an oyster supper on Saturday night after Christmas There are many beautiful and useful things shown at the Bazar at the drug store The booth is veiy pretty indeed Now is the time to remember the poor and needy make some little one happy with one of those pretty dolls for tis more blessed to give than to receive Miss Corinne Conn of Bowling Green will come home to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Pike Conn Dr D B Beeler was in town last week doing dental work Jake Hanks Sr Is in a very danger ous condition with a dancer on his face Mrs John Weisonberger of Clover port was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Will Hanks last week NOTICE TAXPAYERS But a few days now remain until all unpaid taxes will be advertised There are no tax warrants imdor the new law Everyone will be advertised just alike Pay before Dec 20 and avoid all penalties cost etc This will be the last notice and law will positively be en forced Dec 20 Chas MayrSr V + City and School Tax Collector OFFICE OF THE OLD ORIGINAL SANTACLAUS Kalamazoo Mich bec 7 A D 1908 Mr S J Brown Prop Home Bakery and Confectionary- Cloverpo t Ky Dear Sir I understand that you have opened up a new place of business in Julian Browns old stand I remember the place very well as I had such a tight scrouge getting down the small flues last Xmas Now what I want to say is I learn that you are making the finest line of pure hand made candies that was ever put befqre the public and as I have had so much trouble with my little friends who have eaten myjj goods these many long years of trouble and ezper v ience have taught me a great lessdn in the way of pure candy l So I have decided to use nothing but the purest and best and to do this I have decided to make your place my headquarters and take orders from the mothers and fathers of the good little boys and Vf girls Also for the BIG BOY for his GIRL You must prepare a window for me and have as many to come in each day as you can and give me their order so we carl avoid the rush and everybody get what they wantjJt I will be there on the Cannon Ball December 10th and as soon as I get my breakfast I will bef at your place and will stay with you Thursday Friday and Saturday 10th 11th and 12th then I have to leaVe you until the 17th I will be back and stay With you the 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd and 24th Dont forget the datesYours 1 truly I SANTA CLAIMS OFFICE OF HOME BAKERY and CONFECTIONARY Wholesale and Retail Manufacture of Pure Nand Made andy Bread Cakes and Pies 1 o Cloverport Ky December 8 1908 i Dear Old Santa I have your letter of the 7th inst and hasten to reply Must saYthat I am certainly glad thatyTrtA are coming and will make all arrangements fort you Xj I will meet you at the Depot V With best wishes I remain I Yours truly l S J Brown Pijop YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior meth ads in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions absolutely guaranteed graduates Full Information in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY Dept E Owensboro Ky This Is Worth Reading Leo F Zelinski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Uucklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two days when every trace ot the sore was goneHeaI all sores Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky D r Charles Stone PermanentDENTIST Office Over CLOVERPORT Breckenrldge Hank KENTUCKY DR W M CASPER DENTIST- At Oloverport every Wednesday and Thursday at Dr Llghtfoots Ofllce HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Homeseekers excursion fares to the South Aug 18 Sept 1 and Is October 6 and 20 November 3 and 17 Decem ber 1 and 15- Home Seekers Rates To the West and South West first and third Tuesdays via L H St L If you want a sweet girl get her a box of Browns fresh Home Made Candy It leaves a taste that wont como off CandyisHome Bakery Both stores I SoJ Brown Prop Mr and Mrs D W Fairleigh of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Stops itching instantly Cures piles Itchlhiveshorbs1n any drug store Farm Wanted 1Wish to hear quickly from OWNERS sell DIKECT TO BUYJ3E1 Food farm of any size In any loeaiit Not particular about locution- OWNERS only need answer who are willing to close their own deal direct v Ith UUYEK without paying any commission to anyone I am no agent and accept no commission I wish to con jCCt my HUNDREDS OF BUYBHS With OWNERS so they run buy direct and save paying ft fancy price to some aHentII N lowest L Y priceII + + Ii Wants i r hr 37Jr 3r3a FOR RENTA furnished room In a resi convenient to business part or town and depot Apply at the News office FOIL SALEStandard gas enalno oil aria Breckenridge News OmcefI FOR RENTTwo splendid rooms tn the building suitable for a small bust ness FOR SALEScholarsblp In Bowling Green Dreck1enrldgo H EATER and cooker combined stove for sale at News office FOR sALETho Alex Boyd property on St call on R L Nowsom FOR SALEOne pair four year old black N1JohnsonFOR SALEOne pair of ball bedr ng 400 skates for 200 Have not t been used much News Olllcerd I Dr Thomas Electric Oil1 is the be sII remedy for that often fatal c1iseaseIIII croup Has been used with success In our family for ejcht yearsHrs L biteacre Buffalo N Y Read This- JJ j Appropriate Christmas Presents ForI- Men Are r Engraved Cards Gift Boojr- sStationery r Printed i Engraved Stationery 4 Magazines One Years Subscription To Th reckenridge News fl Send your order to The News Office CIloverport Ky jj The Correct Time j j- to Stop a cough or cold is just as sob as it startsthen there will bttO angerof pneumonia or consumption Just a few doses of Ballaids HorehpiinJI Syrup taken at the start will stop th+ s oush If ithasb en running on for sometime the treatment will 1elo- but the cure JBi sure Sold by A- Fisher A rI 0 f 1I 4 al l I yw yy- iit yi i l 1 LI It P 1 Iti4 1 Li 11iiJulIIIIIlIITI fit ir J8ace j jIJ I bar jj- r jij I f ijijJ a J v 11- st 1- t a tti 1 1 ur 1 1p3 p I stFn t 4 t- y an M h V r I t yend Ji J f tfI v mb btui i p d gj I I j slot ao9l x Jen yr ot or JD 1rr in1 1 71 k i 1 itl t = tr 6w 11 f- G r l t- I t t Re r l4 U f j CjV J1 lf- j r TShe Breckenridge News A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRH Elys Cream Balm IIs quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectstho brane resulting from Catarrh and drives ttwny ft Cold in the Head quickly Restores tho Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidOreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street Now York WEDNESDAY DEC 161908 PERSONAL AND LOCAL I Shop enrlyNolteK- imbley Martin went to Owensboro Sunday E H Shellman of Irvington was here Saturday Christmas StoVieNolte Wave Ruff has returned from Pine Bluff Ark Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer spent SuVday In Hawesville D and Mrs Forrest Lightfoot were in LeilisvilleJast week GifJfs to delight Everybody at Noltes M and Mrs James Cordrey spent SuiKay In Eliznbethtown JLisses Eva Lee and Elizabeth May wgiit to Louisville Monday flbunday School and Church Christmas Sijcial Dec 23rd 7 to 10 p m- antaf Claus at Noltes orrest Miller of North Henderson i he guest of his parents- ee our candies nuts and fruits fo- rfas at T F Sawyers frs Chas Moorman of Versailles s in Louisville last week I oleman HnsweJl was a welcome sitor to Cloverport Tuesday Hot Lunches served daily at the west prices by C L Sippel Mrs Jennie Mogan of Addison is iB guest of Miss Florence Lewis Read Noltes Christmas ad Geo Wendelkenof Little RockArk Jfas returned home for the holidays Miss Lydia Lawson of Louisville is the guest of Mraud Mrs John Lawson f Mr and Mrs James Skillman of Owensborp were here Sunday evening Mrs Milliner of Union Star attend ed the funeral of Mrs Woods Saturday Lowneys candies make a most ac ceptable Xmas giftSold by C v L Sippel The Presbyterian Bazar is being con tinuedat Hammnns store Mrs Wallace Skillnmn has returned from Henderson and a visit to other places For Saleone twohorse road wagon and double harness W N Johnson Cloverport Ky Mr andilrs Richardson of Union Star spent Saturday with Mrs D H Severs Toys all kinds in the large stock atIC L SippelsLow prices Owen Hunter of Philadelphia was the guest of Miss Ray Heyser the firstI of the weekII See the Ten Cent Counter at C LISippels It is wonderfulIMisses Fannie Willa and Verdie Polk of Tobinsport Ind were In the cityI SaturdayIJ J Irwin General Superintendent of the Henderson Route was in the city Friday j Everything that is good to eat ntII prices that cant be beat for Xmas at T i F Sawyers 4 This is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion and ison every bottle of it sold in theworld which amounts to several millions yearly WyBecause it has made so many sickly children strong and wellgiven health and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of ConsumptionS- end this advertisement together with name of paper In which it appears your address and four cents to cover postage and the wU send you a complete Randy Atlas or the World 8COTT BOWNK 409 Pearl St NY i Mr and Mrs Silas Miller of Hardins burg wore guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Hook Wednesday j i I have a small farm for sale 7Cf acres Julian Brown Avoid disappointments shop early Nolte Mrs Hinkle and pretty little daugh ter Louise went to Louisville last week to see Santa Claus Miss Mamie Dehaven has returned home from Brandenburg where she was the guest of Miss Mary Lin Ditto Beautiful fruit baskets filled with fine fruits and candles makes a nice Xmas presentC L Sippel Mrs Witt and Mr Rober Witt of Ekron were guests of Mrs J C Nolle Saturday I I have a fine line of Mens Work Shirts not cut in time of High Water or Frost Bit either Julian Brown JacobMiller has been ill at his home on the hill for several days Mr Miller is the favored butcher for P E Scott When it comes to Hats Caps Over alls and Shoes I will compare with any merchant Julian Brown Dr W N Casper dentist will be here Wednesday and Thursday of every week at Dr Lightfoots office If you want the worth of your money in Xmas Fruits Candies and Fireworks come to meJulian Brown Dr J C Bush Dentist will be at Cloverport Monday and Tuesday of each weekexcept week follow eg 4th Monday 20 lbs granulated sugar for 1 by the dollars worth Arbuckles coffee 14c per package Julian Brown Rev James Lewis and daughter Miss Reba went to Louisville Friday Miss Lewis was the guest of Miss Katherine Moorman until Saturday evening The people say the Star Roller Mill Flour Is the best Try it and be cOn vinced Manufactured at home Next Sunday is Family Day at the Methodist church The minister wants to see how many whole families will at tend either or both morning and night Rev Currie I am carrying the best line of stoves in Cloverport at the price all Anchor Stoves and Ranges guaranteed Come in- land get priceson Hardware Come in and get prices on Harness Julian Brown The wedding of Miss Verna Monarch to Mr Brown Ruffin Webb of North Carolina will take place on December 23 at the homr of Miss Monarchs Clothing 1050 Suits for sl 750 1250 Suits for 1000 1500 Suits for 1250 Come now while you can got a good selection as all winter cloth ing must be sold in the next3Odays 500 Overcoats 308 750 Overcoats at 500 1100 Overcoats at 850 Raincoats 750 to 1200 Mens odd Pants per pair 125 to 100 Good Jeans Pants at 100 to 125 Corduroy Pants 125 to 250 Ladies ReadyMade I carry a line of Ladles ready made skirts from 398 to I have the celebrated Star Brand Shoes none better than these ChlldrensShoes worth 125 at 00 Ladles Shoes worth 150 at 125 1 lot Ladies fine shoes worth 150 at 100 1 lot Ladies heavy shoes worth 125 at 100 1 lot shoes worth 150 at 100 1 lot Ladles sample shoes i r worth 200 at 1QQ 1 lot Ladies sample shoes worth 250 to 350 at 150 l Ladies Croaks Ladies blackcloaks worth JF500 at 350 Ladies blhck cloaks worth 5I7JiO at 5 Ladies blue and Brown cloaks v worth 7 50 at 50b1 II Jont ShiverJust the Perfection Oil andstop shivering Wher ever you have a room thats hard to heatthat the fur nace doesnt reachthere youll need a JI PERFECTION till Heater Equipped with Smokeless Device Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons Its glowing heat makes any room cheerful and cozy No genialII no smellsmokeless deVice prevents Brass font holds 4 quarts of oil burning 9 hours Fin ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted The RdOsLamp Gives a res light ul- steadysoft which is so much appreciated by workers and students Made of brass nickel plated with the latest improved central draft burner Every lamp warranted Write our nearest agency for de supplytheStandard Oil CompanyIncorporated father S 1 Monarch in Denver Miss Monarch is wellknown in Louisville through her visits to her aunt Mrs C G ThixtonLouisville Times Her Heart Was Broken because her complexion was bad and upLadlesan inactive liver An inactive liver will be put in perfect condition by tak unequalledliver Reckoning from the standpoint or the lexicographer Ruth aged seven committed tin unpardonable assault on the kings English but the seventy flVe other persons living in that apart ment house would swear that she chose the proper word Ruths com ment concerned the vocal gymnastics of a ludy who was learning to slug She Is having her voice dlfUcultcd said Ruth and every one of the seven tyflvo nerve racked neighbors echoed She isNcw York Times v see in very 10o6i Ladles cloaks all colors worth 1250 at 1000 cloaks worth 175 at 125 cloaks worth 250 at 200 cloaks worth 500 at 350 cloaks worth 750 at 500 Neckwear I have a line of these goods for the and would be glad to call and let us Show them to you and All Furs and Muffs must be sold In the next 30 days and It will pay you to see my line as I have a very line at prices Furs from All Llot cotton worth 75c at 4g 1 lot cotton t JIi worth 100 at 75 I lei cotton v 125 at 100 J blot cotton worth 150 at 125 Hot cotton worth 200 at 200 ky wool In white and red worth 4 d98 v Wool at 400 You find Xmas Jewelry Fountain i Pens Brushes Watches Fobs Chains To be the most Complete we have ever shown Severs Drug fIfJWllrwlIJfI fIIND Dont delay buying yo- urCLOTHING I i Any longer but Alexander for bargains reductions Clothing atI Skirts complete Shoes- I Childrens Heater Childrens Childrens Childrens Childrens Ladies Belts Handkerchiefsand complete Holidays haveyou Furs Huffs complete greatly reduced SL2to750 Wool and- Cotton Blankets blankets blankets blankets iworth blankets bjlankets blankets 50at blankets wortli500 will OUR Combs Etc Co Big Wool blanketsworth at 500 Nbw is the time you need these goods and we will be glad tq show them to you Hats Call and see my green hats All the latest things in mens hats for the Holidays Mens Neckwear See my neckwear1 for the Holi days All the latest creations In mens neckwear and mufflers for the Holidays Specials Look at these special prices good until after the Holidays All calicoes at ta Good Domestic Cotton 4c Hoosier Cottons5cHope Cotton 7c Flannel ts and Outing Cloth bordered at lOc 181bs Granulated Sugar 100 15c Coffee per pound 12c Mince Meat Vern best 3 pkgs for 25c 3 boxes seeded Raisins for 25cIt 3 boxes eedejl Currants 25a 3 big cans Tomatoes 25c 3 big cans Pumpkin 25c 2 cans Lye Hominy 15c 3 cans Sweet Potatoes 2 cans Corn for 25cIIJhave the agency for the Phbndgraphs and recordS and a good assortment Come in and iuy one for the Holidays l Ed F AlexanderIRVIN TON KENTUCKY r r r 1 JHOLIDAY GROCERIES ATTENTION IS DIRICTED TO OUR FRESH AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON 8 SPECIAL CANNED FRUITSc Raspberries Strawberries Gooseberries Whito Blackberries Shrimp Peaches Pine Apple CherriesIIand Pears Maraschino Cherries for Punch Pum- pkinPLUMPUDDING I SPECIAL CANNED VEGETABLES 112 kinds in one can for Soup String Beans Kraut Indian- Relish and others DELICIOUS SALAD DRESS INGS OLIVES PICKLES ETCSICandies Fruits and Nuts I Open Nights Until Christmas J C NOLTE BRO 9 I CLOVERPORT KYJW Mn h 1 J 101 JI 0iiyS Co0 Gregory 0 Dealers In Building Material of AH Kinds o 0 We wish to announce to the public that we are still doing business at tho same place and under the Santo name The management being conducted by tho Junior ten ber of the firm Jas M Lewis who as a builder 0has had a practical experience of 30 years its all class 0 es and kinds of buildings which makes hint oompe tent to give the information of the requirements needed in the construction of all kinds of whichb will be freely and cheerfully given to any toad allat ahy and all times Remember us o Gregory 0rQII 10 ll 10JIIEI 44K Cadick Milling Co m Dont Forget Us When in need of Foundry Machine Boiler and Gasoline Boat VorkTin and Electrical work Wo carry 1 a full lino of Plumbers Supplies Mill Sup plies Tho best Paints and g Floor rushes Oils Grouses Wastes Gasoline Give Us Your Order Once a Customer Always One Vi CJlover ort Foundry Machine Co I l You Can Ilive like lords and have good home made bread and pies cakes cookies equal to andIthat mother used to if you will use CADICKS GOLD DUST FLOUR IThere is no better flour in the market As flour is a large part of our liv Iing it is important that it be good and Try Cadicks pureIFlour and you isfied to keep on using it ffM Grandview fa Indiana IIi BANK OF CLOVERPORT Incorporated 1903 p CapitalSurplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- Conservative Small accounts receive the amo curoful attention as IftrgoVOues and we uppro ciate your business and in iluonco Interest paidon Tune Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT h CLOVERPORT KV Jw V 11w1I 1LV r- a h 1 I J IPI j J t t i v i 4 0 ti t J- to trUi il i k I a r C L It5 a t If s l f I I i i f f st J rT 7 1 rTt t N1 4 1 11 0 f Y t i 1 A 4000 ContestShorthand Free1 The Chartier students finishing 172 words ahead of it all other contestants in the 4000 Shorthand Oontest has awakened a great interest Our graduates in this system now hold excellent positions in the 4th Ave and Main St houses where highclass work is demanded and none of these graduates were in Shorthand more than 12 weeks some were in only S10 weeks some 8 This is a sample of the systems we teach and WHY we can graduate students in Bookkeeping in 16 weeks and in Shorthand in 12 weeks POSITIONS GUARANTEED I Business men are constantly on the lookout for youngIIpeople who can do a great amount of work and do it and there is such a great demand for our graduates so more calls than we can fill that we will guarantee to gootd position when graduated At this writing placeIIhavea465 position an no one to take it We often calls a month more than we can supply often in a week have a half dozen good positions for graduates that we canInot fill I A FAIR PROPOSITION I During the past three years we have demonstrated the real merits of the wonderful Chartier Shorthand and Actual Bookkeeping We know their possibilities and IPractice might seem strange that we CAN and DO graduate students in 28 weeks for 80 and that it takes from 12 to 15 months with old systems and costs 150 to 180 yet with THESE SYSTEMS this is possible We know ttyis as we have a host of graduates drawing excellent salaries and mBNOW we are going to give a Full Weeks Instruction FREE beginning January 4th admitting all who desire At the end of the week having thoroughly investigated the work having paid no money you can then decide whether it Iand you want and whether to tae it or not isIDoes it not look that we have great confidence in the systems to be willing to take you and teach you a week FREE and then let you decide what you want to do No school teaching any other system will permit you to do thisthe is the old systems are so hard to learn that if you mBreasonwere to take a week free they could not induce you to take the course While with this system when you have been a week you will be more anxious to take the coursethan ever know this and willingly give you the week FREE mBWe Make your arrangements to be here January 4th and at the end of the first week you will enroll for the course Enroll January 4th Graduate in Bookkeeping and mB Shorthand and a good position will be yours We guarantee results Bring your friends with you Day and Night IIsessions OLARKSce III 937 S 4th Ave Louisville Ky II II I OLD FASHION REVIVED The Samplers of Our Grandmothers Time In Vogue It vas a great pity when the sam pIers of our grandmothers time wont out of fashion for they helped many U little girl to learn how to properly Iuwndlp inPllo Wur this reason it Is good news to hear that there n now some chance of the mistake being rectified It Is sold that the old crewel work Is to return Give any little girl a bit of eunfts and some bright zephyrs and let her fashion the thin In her own way The work will sure iyI be Interesting It will keep the busy little hands out of mischief anl the result will often be surprisingly onnl BEETHOVEN AND BUSINESS Selling His MUllo Was DIstasteful tithe Great Composer An extremely Interesting article which has appeared In a German mu sleal and theatrical paper under the above heading contains the following statement says a London exchange Beethoven never Ilrgalned In tho or I INEEDLEWORK NOTES- If a girl hns clever fingers she can make herself pretty4 saslrarrangements out of ribbons The flowered ribbons made Into shoulder strap und broicllo nrraugouionts or the new hip draperies are not dllllcult to accomplish The latter Is only for the girl of slen der proportions and needs careful hun dung Then there are all sorts and kinds of neck finishes which make chic otherwise commonplace toilets Useful covers for table and side board arc of blue linen hemstitched and edged with Itlsh peasant lace The lluon mayn fact must be coarse and It Is very Inexpensive Blue does trot soil easily while thr lace Is nil that could bo desired uindi of linen thread and quite Inexpensive If the corer IIs Intended for the sideboard the lace and hemstitching need be only on three sides the selvage serving for the side nearest the wall The hems of these covers should be about two Inches broad The Irish peasant lace Is a really beautiful fab rlc though It Is too heavy for auk put pose save for household furnishing w r r f of Hardinsburg r B F BEARDPresident At H BEARD Cashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier 3 on Three is as much as the and as as any safely to pay COUCH AND CURE THE WITH Dr Kings FOR DiscoverytioPRI OLDS Trial BotUe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED Three Signs Peculiarities of signs are a source of never ending delight to some people One man reached his office grinning the other morning bemuse on his way downtown bud wen three signs that rend as Trtlilv Bears1 U tnllwlI Iiliy CirriiTi H Hot hreilii UmlirMlas jwiiv ivd New Vn tnat Marked For Death Three years ado I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled whan got Dr Kings New Discovery says C of Bac Ky The first dose helped and improvement kept on until I had liE pounds in weight and my health was re stored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases III It I guarSantee00 Trial bottle free Two Bird Problems I blackbirdsI 4Lameness inHorses Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect See that your horse is not allowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness Its wonderfully penetratinggoes right to the spotrelieves- the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles clastic and pliantJS Sloans Linimentwill kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swol len joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula sweeney I founder and thrush Price Soc and gioo Dr Earl S Sloan Bo ton Mass Sloans book on horses cattle sheep and poultry Beat free I The Bank 7 and Trust Company j un n I I01 G andD S Dr A M C V B F at Pays per cent time more per cent best banks in this state pay much bank can afford 4T s A A W LUNGS TROUBLES he follows mI husband MrsA Williams me gained Capital 50000r Surplus 5000 DIRECTOUSjlOti RiohardsonleJvKincheloo Robertsonjd depositsno managed KILLTHE New ecstl trew4ssewpd- w H BOWMER President A B SKILLSUN CashierfF L Lioniroor Vice resldent cues SKHLMAN AsstCnshler The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited 4 tJ eM iStatement of Condition of The 1 it Two States Bank I it IStephonsport Ky at the Close of Business Juno 30 1908 I Resources Lia iIitiesI fittHCash in other Banks t 4962 74 Undivided Profits 3195 09 fIi 11Furnitureit I 451CurrentWe have passed tile fifth milestone in our existence During that tJ1rta tlIImore than any other bank in Breckenridge county pays fimtv I ltnvn in nnvtnr nnr nnlrnne niln nn rn1 t 1 v s a t xta r a y- 1n y tt- i t r f Sf 1 Jf ie i iI i i iiiii1 k v I I f- YY 4 p- rCan Oth j cur 3 ve 1 ands dyr r i enOle 11ii A 7r6jC t t f r i en I 5 tt- II 11- f J 1J Oi k Dnnnunnnnnnnnn 0000000000000010 0 BEAUTIFUL r K r LDr 0 Christmas Presents o r 1 d nuI FT BUYING is now on Invest your money in something that d will lastt put it in good piece of Jewelry which is always appreEf tj rioted by father mother brother sister or best friend We have the QLI 8 largest andmost interesting stock this year we have ever displayed v O 8 Our Special Selections o F 9FD Buttons t Beauty Pins Studs Scarf Pins Other articles in Gold 0- EI Kni sForks Spoons and many exquisite pieces in Silverware E1tB graving Free Eye Glasses furnished satisfactorily OV- We Invite Inspection and Selection 9- Fl We shall be pleased to fill Mail or Telephone orders Our goods are first LI 0classaJldl Do not throw your 9VVVV LI- JR T C LEWISiii B 9ironnnnnnnnnnnannnDnnDnnconncnnnnnnr LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Wants A Doll Dear Santa Claus t Please bring me a doll and some candy and some oranges and bring me some torpedoes and some tolu and some fire crackers and a pair of vaces I am- a little girl twelve years old Your little friend Ethel Snyder Victoria Ky 000 i First Letter To Santa 0 Dear Santa Claus 4t Please bring me a doll vases mixed vand stick candy tarpedoes fire crackers ianddont forget my little sisters and brother This is my first letter to you 1 Santa as I am only six years old Your loving little girl Lucy McGovern Victoria K- yWomen I as Well as MenI Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor scalds should control trouble should bladder trouble realized Issold by druggists one may sample by a and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat for a child lobe born afflicted weak kidneys If the child ate too often If the urine the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when It be able to the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedrwettlng depend upon It the cause of the difficulty is kidney and the first step be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublefeldneys and and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable kidney and bladder remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon It in fifty cent and dollar sizes You have a bottle mall with urin with free also pamphlet tell nomo of 8 ing all about It Including many IOPnootII thousands pf testimonial letters from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton tL Y oe sure and mention this paper Deetmatcoany mistake but remember th BMM SwampHoot Dr i Kiln ers Bwamii l koottVftBiUbe address BlBgbamton N Y upon srecv oottjo LivtS In Louisville Dear Old Santa- I am a little girl three years old and live at 538 Jackson street Louisville and I would like for you to bring me a doll doll buggy a little chair a broom and lots of nice things to eat and dont forget my little brother and my aunty who lives in Mattoon 111 Your little girl Miqnpla Tillman Adams Louisville Ky ooo A Little Stove Dear Old Santa Clause I am a little girl seven years old and go to school every day and I like my teacher fine I want you to bring me a little stove a big doll and some candy and oranges Dont forget my sister mamma papa and grandma Hattie J Hendrickr Hardinsburg Ky coo A Little Wagon Dear Santa I am a little boy 12 years old I go to school every day I want you to bring me a little wagon gun roman candles and caps for my pistol candy oranges and raisinsYourlittle boy Allen Dowell New Bethel f ooo Wants New Doll Dress Dear Santa I am a little girl 0 years old I go to school to Miss Nell Cashman I love her very much Santa please bring me some candy oranges raisins anda little trunk And my big doll a dress And dont forget my sisters and brother Your little friend Edith Dowell Now Bethel i ooo r- Four Years 01d v f Dear old Santa Clause I am a little girl four years olcVl I want you to bring me fxj gllt some candy oranges bananas raisins and nuts I will go to bed early and shut my eyes tight So dont forget to come f tftftfYourgyl frepd kT alls Hardinsburff Ky Llose To Bewlwvville Dear Santa Claus- I will not be in the hollow this Christmas wo will be close to Bewley ville I hope you will be sure and find me I want you to bring me some candy oranges bananas cocoa nuts and a little wagon fire crakcers and every thing good to eat and dont for get to bring my little brother R J some candy and a little horn I will be a good little boy so dont forget to come Your little boy Raymond W Sipes Garfield Ky 00 o Wants New Top Dear Santa ClauseI thought I would wright and tell you what I want for Christmas I am a little boy seven years old and I go to school every day I Want a New Top and some Fire crackers and some Roman candles candy oranges Hananies and lots of other things Now dont forget to come I willgo to bed Early and Shut my eyes tight From your Little Friend V Asia Cooper HaYSlnsljurg Ky 000 Wants An OverCoat IDear Old Santa Clause I Am A little boy five years old And I Am afraid Iwillnot get to go to town Please bring me A Overcoat some candy Bring Maud A doll And Clarence A gun Your little friend Warfield Hambleton Mattingly Ky ooo- Wants Many Things Dear santyI tought I wood rite you a few lines to let you no what I wanted I want some caps for my kain and a Pistol and some caps for it and a romancandle and some oranges bananas and candy and a knife and some firecrackers rind plenty of other stuff Well I willgo to bed and close my eyes tite wellithat is all for this time from Eli hue Black Raymond Ky tforgot to tell you that I Wanted a box oftwenty to shells for my little gun r l o4w v A True Friend Vj Deare old Santa ClousIj Asiluis all most iJUeJoryou to come to visile all thego d little Tabys r dont want youto pass me so I thought w I would send you fa list ofwhat I want first a horn a writing desk a big ball fire crackers roman canels ornges and candys and nuts and just any thing that boys like now Ill close Im 10 years old go to school good bye Dear santa be sure to come from your true friend Shafter Dowell Sample Ky 000 On Time This Year Deare Santa As my Jletter to you Inst year did not get to Mr Babbage in time to be printed and you hardly come atall now I hope you will do better this timeso here I come First I want a paire of rubber boots and a big story Book a bace ball some fire crackers and roman canles a big home a big Ingin Candy figs and nutsj oranges and toys want things I can keepso Ill close and be sure to remember your little friend Im 12 years old and go to school Russell Dowell Sample KA ooo Trying To Be Good Dear Santa Clauslm trying to be good so please leave me as many play things as you can Alton is good too He does not fight so much now He wants some over shoes and leggins large enough for father Alton thinks he is bigIIbut dont you II he is nothe- is just 3 years old Bring sister some leggins and a toboggan so she can play out wllh us Dont forget my mother and father I will be six years old next April so dont leave me any dolls Good bye James Estlll Witt Hardinsburg Ky ooo A Good Little Girl Dear Santa Asit is nearly Xmas I will write and tell you what I would like to have for Xmas I would like to have a doll and a little red wagon to haul my doll in also candy oranges bananas and cocoa nuts I am nearly three years old and am a good little girl at least mamma and papa say I am I will go to bed early and close my eyes tight so dont for get me I V Your little girl BruceVWebster Ky- v Voooi Wants Some Vases Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a doll and some oranges and a story book and a pair of vases nuts and candy Be sure and dont forget my little playmates Your little friend Katherine McGovern Victoria Ky 000 Eight Years Old Dear Santa i am a little girl 8 years old i want a trunk for my doll and candy oranges bananas and lots of nice things i have a little brother 4 years old he wants a wagon and some candy We will go to bed early Lauenll Black WeUtter K- yVIIAT THE KIDNEYS DO Their Unceasing Work Keeps Us Strong And Healthy All the blood of the body passes through tile kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys filter the blood They work night and day When healthy they remove about 500 grains of impure matter daily when unhealthy some part of this impure matter is left in the blood This brings on many diseases and symptomspain in the back headache nervousness hot dry skin rheumatism gout gravel disord ers of the eyesight and hearing dizzi ness irregular heart debility drowsi ness dropsy deposits in the urine etc But if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with your kidneys- J J Dyer living in Cloverport Ky says I have kept Doans Kidney Pills constantly in the house for over ten years and have never found a remedy that would equal them Three years ago my back was so lame and sore that I was scarcely able to straighten after assuming a stooped position Whenever I contracted the slightest cold it was sure to settle one my kid neys and aggrivate my suffering A few doses of xDonns Kidney Pills have never failed to bring me prompt relief and my wife has also used them with excellent results I procured Doans Kidney Pills at Fishers drug store and it gives me great pleasure to re commend them to other persons afflict ed with Kidney complaint For sale by all dealersl Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Uuitod States t Remember the name Doans and take no othe- rOFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of Breckenridge County Court Regular Term November 23 1908 As directed by Section No 4115 of the Kentucky Statutes it is hereby ordered that Calvin Hendrick John Jennings Jesse H Miller Taylor Dowell and Alonzo C Glasscock be and they are hereby appointed n Board of Supervisors in and for Breckenridge County Kentucky for the year 1909 and the above named persons shall constitute a Board of Supervisors of tax for the said year in the aforesaid Countv and State This Court suggests that this Board of Supervisors on the first day of their session cause subpoenas to be issued for the members of the old Board each to appear on a set day or all together in their discretion the object being to right any previous unintentional in justices or to procure any information concerning any matt v in which the Board is interested A great number of suits having been filed by the State Revenue Agent against persons in Breckenridge County for taxes on property which they failed to list and a report being current that many others will be or should be filed and it appearing from records and re ports that there is much personal pro perty in the County which is wrongfully escaping taxation and the burden of taxation really being on the land own ers especially the smaller ones realizing that these suits are an expense and Inconvenience to the individuals and a source of embarrassment to our banks and in every way unnecessary if every body would be fair in their statements to the Assessor I recommend that the Board of Supervisors exercise all possible care and diligence in their delibera tions and investigation and so equalize and adjust matters that future actions by the State will be avoided and the burden of taxation equitably distributed Any person or persons wrongfully assessed may and must appear before the County Court at once and the matter can be corrected these matters should not come before the Fiscal Court as the County Court has jurisdiction This Board is hereby directed to meet at the Court House in Hardinsburg on the first Monday in January 1909 the penalty provided for a failureiof prompt attention in obedience to this order is a fine of twentyfive dollars The county ClerkI of BreckVnridge County aforesaid is hereby ordered to make six copies of this order and promptly deliver the same to the Sheriff of Breckenridge County The said Sheriff will deliver a copy hereof to each of said persons above named and make due return of his acts on the sixth copy to the Clerk of the said County Court In addition to above copies Clerk will deliver at once a copy ot this order to each of the County papers for publication H DeH Moorman J B C W P Hook C B C C A Dangerous Operation is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings New Life Pills is ever subjected to this frightfulordeal They work so quietly you dont feel them TLey cure constipation headache biliousness and mala ria 25c at Severs drug store A DREADFUL WEAPON The Slashing Sharks Teeth Cluboa the Polynesians Clubs wore the weapons of primitive and savage man Ancient specimens from Mexico nre heavy sticks grooved along the side for the Insertion of blades of bosldlun that is volcanic glass The Sioux club lit a tint place of wood curving and widening away from the grip and terminating in a spherical head which in modern times carries a long spike while the blades of several butcher knives are common ly Inserted along the margin The national museum of the United States possesses a great variety of these shocking weapons designed as the frontiersmen say to knock down tho white man and then to brain him and cut him Into mince meat The Kings mill islanders and other Polynesians make dreadful slashing weapons by se curing rows of sharks teeth along a haft of wood These weapons vary from a few inches to sixteen feet in length and it has been said that in all the range of weapons devised by mankind there is nothing more blood curdling to behold They show how the sword may have been evolved from the club even by tribes unacquainted with the use of metals African weapons again are exceedingly complicated owing to tho acquaintance of the natives with Iron The standard club Is converted into a sort of tomahawk by the addition of blades or into a primitive spear by the addition of a sharp spud The plain clubs In the African area are used chlofly for throwing v The small knobbed clubs or ker rlos such as are found among tlie Kaffirs and other African tribes Ire generally used as missiles Whereas the club proper WitS soon brought to perfection among savage tribes and was long ago almndciiod as a weapon of civilized warfare the missile typt fled by the thrown clubs or korrlos is still being Unproved upon in boom erangs bows and arrows crossbows and firearms VERY FINE This Simple HomeMade Treat ment Will Overcome tRheu matism Few people here know that you can cure that dread American disease Rheumatism with just common every day drugs found in any drug store The prescription so simple that any one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Knrgon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime These are all simple ingredients making anabsolute ly harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symtom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter or strain from the blood the uric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood decomposes and forms about the joints and muscles causing untold suffering and deformity ofrheumatismThis is said to be a splendid healing cleansing and invig orationg tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and back ache What She Inherited Of course I can do manicuring Just as well with my left hand said the left handed manicurist better If any thing You dont knowthe difference If youve been born that way If you have inherited it Didnt know it was n matter of in herltanco Why certainly It is No loft handedness not manicuring My father grandfather and greatgrand father were all left handed and so were ten cousins of mine Exchange Happy Huiting Ground She When n woman wants a husband you dont suppose slip goes and youHoWeUchances are that she does Yonkera Statesman Not a Free Agent Asked when he was married the colored citizen replied All I know sub is dat it wuz des wen she hiredl shed git meter do minute =Atlanta Constitution Y acc l- t I t H 1 r j 10 t 7 S TvI 1 sEr jr4S jr4t r rr i r t r I r I fA r JV It I t VC t i r r r 1 I uIi I- j 11 jt rflt lf Y rS 4 A J V r i v oooG 11 u uof A DownPour and Odd Lots ticked for final We could fill this space with large print and few but for small print and many It will take you only five to read this and it will pay you at the of a Dollar per in money that you will save N r Q Clothing g Everything goes in this lW department except our good nameI1800 at 1500 1200 1200 900 1000 800 900 720 onohouseIi iiiiOvercoats 1500 11200 Uj 1200 960 1000 800 800 640 700 560 Q 500 Pants 400 400 u 320fITI w rru = 0 I JI TO Is the Habit a Legacy From the Old Sun The halfback about to be tackled then darted In a long curve toward the right lie was soon downed The other side know he would turn from left to right said a veteran We all turn from left to right To turn from right to left seems wrong seems like We wind it watch from left to right wo turn a screw and BO we write and so we all wale down to us from pro historic timesI from the Time sun moves from left to right and Its believed that all human iiiioiist must proceed accord ingly vii they still do Is done ns the sun moves nnil JOM n nun rsiitlou that re IOL QOIQon LOIL DOTSa- At QOIiQOD l = 13 F BEARD COs Broken reduction prices numerous thisUFsale necessitates quotations minutes advertisement minute Overcoats 1m Odd Pants 300 240 2 00 160 150 120 Cloaks For and Children Satisfaction in style quality and in 1600 1280 1500 1200 1200 960 1000 800 700 560 500 400 400 320 200 160 Furs Furs make a Xmas It is an invest ment to buy at those 600 Furs480400 320 300 240 200 160 150 120 150 1119 Mens Hats You dont see your hat but other folks dowhy not let them see a one I 250 Hnts200120 100 80 Blankets and- Comforts Buy them now you will them 600 479 500 379 200 149 125 1 98 75 M 62 verse turn of the handle will spoil tho stir batter from left to right A reversal they say would make tho batter coarse and heavy Shut your eyes and turn thrice Dont you turn from left to right Whalers put bock again if tho ships first at the of tho voyage not from left to right In n way you see sun worship is still the religion of man THE How an Ovation by a Youthful Do Was Spoiled While lu his homo state Cannon was once Into visiting the public schools of a town wbnru ho was billed to speak or of 1m of F j at i of tt W1 u 1ti 4 250 198 200 149 160 119 100 89 The Best at Least 339 249 198 200 149 1 150 119 Wilson at 1798 1198 1600 Side Board 1289 In of the lower grades au nmbt tlous teacher called upon a entertain the distin guished visitor with an of amateur oratory The selection at was Byrons Battle of and just the boy reached the end of the first Cannon gave vent to a vIo- lent sneeze But hush hark the a deep sound strikes liken rising knell Did ye hear IU Tho visitors smiled and a moment later the second the was vainly trying to hold back come with violence Dui hark bawled heavy sound breaks In onco more And nearer clearer deadlier than before Arm Arml cannons roar This was too much and the laugh that broke from the party swelled to a roar when TTnclo Too Put 1500 1198 8 CO Hall Tree 698 1500 Bed 1189 Bed 1698 15 per cent on any in 1000 Coal 849 800 Z 679 550 449 to zero in this 9c Ala at per 12c lOc 10c So 29o 25c Jeans 2dc 111 up your weapons children I wont shoot any I Division of Time of time into hours was among the from remote but It was Hlppar chus the who the hour Into Europe The I system of notation was chosen by that ancient people because there Is no number having so many di visions as sixty The di vided tthe daily of the sun the ruler of the day Into para Bangs Each parasaug or hour was Into sixty minutes and that again Into sixty They com pared the progress made by tho sun during one hour at the time of tho to the progress made by a I and Good and Gold on all cash sales We are the line of ever to this at a C lOc 8ic lOc 80 Less Than Cost Waist 1 value l 69c 260 Skirt at i 125 50c and GOc 45 30 knit skirts 22 21c per Silk 36 in wide yard 119 50c all colors 19 in wide yard 89c 35c Suits 25c vests and Pants ladies at 20c 150 all linen 125 75c nIl linen 62c 50c all linen 39c I sun ono one tho tho to the Hands The of kissing tho hands was by the early Roman rulers as a mark of as much as one of respect and under the first Cae sars tho custom was kept up but only for a time These worthiesI f the Idea that tho proper duo to their exalted station called for less far millar modes of so tho privi lege of kissing tho hand was reserved asn special mark of conde scension or for officers of I high rank Roman fathers the of kissing of so delicate a nature that they never kissed their wives In tho of their daugh ters As money the love of It in creases German Proverb I0I JII 101 JI n the opening 2000 325 Two Tito 289 275 one Tite 239 100 79 60 45 50 39 O Arbucklescoffeo pkg 15c 18 Ibs sugar for 100 6 lbs Soda iOc 8 10 20 and 4bs per keg 26 Nails 3 4 and 6s per keg 0 285 560 Shotgun Hopkins Allen each 469 400 Rifle 339 325 Rifle Jil 0 But Not our 5c and lOc will this Our== visit it = will be in this look for J FROM LEFT RIGHT Worshipers stopped rovoraliig BO rendIt worshiper vorshiiwrn so- Cliuruinp Ladies Misses price Oloaks useful present prices Mens Gloves stylish 150H Blankets butterCooks naturally Instinctively movement beginning is subconscious Exchange CANNON mosthenes campaigning Speaker inveigled I At I The stock General I the launch Clara and the Iother effects Henry Critser will be sold Ky Tuesday Dec 22 1908 IIBetween the hours ten and two oclock THE BANK OF I 1 CO I- mg g JSIi1 Comfort Rugs prices 34001lug 300H 250u Genuine Wheeler Sewing Machine DropHead Furniture youthful Demosthenes to exhibition tempted Waterloo as paragraph Speaker suddenly declaimed youngster sneezewhich speaker Increased boythat It Is chuckled Dresser Folding Folding reduction Rocker stoo- kStoves Heater Dry Goods and Prices drop department Shirtings Plaids yard7oCanton Flannels 400u moreSuccess Magazine practiced Babylonians antiquity philosopher Introduced Babylonian sexageslmal Babylonians journey twentyfour subdivided seconds equinox Mens Suits Over s to correct styles Stamps given nicest town Fleece Lined Suit 85 Outing Flannels Percale Very Special Ladies Patterns 2 yards piece regular special price specialHeather Bloom Saline 198i percent Carpet Warp colored pound Black Taffeta Union children towels towels towels Friday 1908 Groceries HardwareN- ails 269I Remember that these ExchangeforLast Least Department Special attention given Department Dont to gtnas Announcement found on another page paper Ky00000oooooJilt ROARED Bankrupt Sale AUCTION Merchandise gasoline personal bankrupt Addison HARDINSBURG 1TRUST Trustee SewingMachines Notions IThe ofI quality Itn twentyfourpnrasatrgsKissing practice instituted subjection conceived homage obeisance emperors distinction considered practice presence Increases Buckle Water Buckle Water Rubber Stevens Stevens it His Glorious Victory The commanding officer bad surprised the young lieutenant and his daughter trying to occupy the same chair I IThe lieutenant sprang to his feet and l be said I have tho honor to report an at close quar ters In which I have been entirely vic torious It now merely remains for you to give your sanction to the terms of Scraps Influence of Pluck The blindest the most purely Instinc tive effort of mere pluck has o lifting power and deserves our thankful ad miration Every degree and every form of courage tends to raise the whole tone of life within the range of Its influence in proportion to the amount ind the quality of the endurance exer cised HJbhcrt Journal ioiLiSPECIALS ro ol MrIIi Shoes Clothing Mens Furnishing Goods Gro IIOn ceries Hardware m and Queensware I 250 750 Trading showing NECK- WEAR brought Popular PricesMens Underwear priceI Balmorals Dec 18 attractions 11Felt Rubber Leggins granulated is be fail Christ salutedSir engagement surrenderLondon Good Roasted Coffee at lOc a pound Workmans Combination Overall worth 250 everywhere else our price pIs 98 Work Shirts 47c Produce taken in exchange for goods at Highest Market Prices Drop in and see how our store looks under new arrangement R M JOLLY e IRVINGTON KENTUCKY J 1 r 7i 1rY x ALPWrw cJM F aJ+w + L + WW NIr i jjffjlft v 4 lItal d l vv l i itJF 7 tt- xE 3- a r 4 toI Dr 1 tl 1 1 y j f if t f 0 t 1 IfIi t1 n 4aCr- I 4li tt ge t11 Rl I t olS M k of tfltv vM j i Ia- g i to illlit j W 1 if toor r her vi 4 1 ThyeCl ClTi tiaa bcof ofCo c Cot Coat atfom fomhe nc- urof ofh 1 f Ni i r