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I0 iIRf THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 1Ilfo IRVINGTON NEWS- INTERESTING ITEMS Dr Moremen Sells Half Interest in Iryington Pharmacy Modern Woodmen Inili J ate 12 New Mtmbers Oi THANKSGIVING SERVICE IUNION and Mrs H H Khmper left IMrrduy for Big Spring for a visit to Julia Clarkson Mr Kemper has daysIIIe In the city last week the guests of Mrs Nora BoardII Miss Mabel McGlothlan will leave to day for Elizabethtown where she will IISpend a week with Miss Hilary Bryan Mrs J M Herndon and little son re II r after1ftIAtUss Lula Hook of Hardinsburg Iis Vjlsitlng Dr and Mrs Frank Hook this tJ week S Edd Monahan of Glendeano spent tJTuesday with C L Chamberlain IIRey and Mrs L K May have re home from Webster Miss Iva Mudd of Louisville and sister I Miss Beulah Mudd of Bowling 1Green were visitors of their parents Mr and Mrs J M Mudd at Oakland I last week Hon John Allen of Nashville Tenn I the representative of the Burley Tobacco Society spent a few days of last week the guest of Mr D C Heron Miss Evelyn Herndon expects to leav- he this week for Louisville to be a member as oft a house party given by Mr and Mrs of Virginia Bate atIfyou want the best flour buy the beLewisport BEST patent flour The Union Thanksgiving Service will be held at the Presbyterian church 1 of which the Rev E W Graves is pas tort The sermon will be preached on Thursday morning by the Rev T W Taylor of Louisville pastor of the Bap j tist church of his city The musical1 i programme rmsut been definitely an nounced but it is expected that it will1 surpass any they have had for some time Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meatss quick service and satisfaction guaran teed M W Winn Manager Miss Sue Bandy woo has been the guest of Miss Margaret Peyton at Har dJisburg since Friday returned home MondayMr Mrs A B Coleman after a visit in Louisville has returned home Mrs Hall of Webster is the guest ofI Mr and Mrs J 0 Chapin for a week Joe Piggott who is attending school1 In Louisville spent Saturday and Sun day hero Joe is a member of the football team of the Louisville High School and plays tackle He is considered one jf the very best playersthis speaks well for an Irvington boy The Moodern Woodmen will meet at he Public Hall on Wednesday night tml will initiate a class of about twelve This camp is doing good work and they certainly know how to entertain their visiting brothers During the week just ended only one ls happenedLI interest of the Irvington Pharmacy to Mr A 0 Marshall of this city It will till retain its same name and the oblig ing clerk Mr Poin Galloway will be witu us until the first of the year when Mr Marshall will take charge of the drug store Dr and Mrs P E Dempster who have been here for several weeks with Mr and Mrs Foster Lyons left last canttpleting now They hope to have possession of their beauti ful home by Christmas Mrs E R Turner after spending several weeks here the guest of Miss Mary Cornwall left for Louisville Fri day IBanquetI elawbate banquet last Friday night in their tem Isle complimentary to a number of men who come from Hawesvllle to take degrees in masonary The entire party went to Browns where an oyster course was served to the masons and their wives t REV DILLON A WorKerCleaning up Church Says There are Some Stumps in The Way Rev Mr Dillon the new preacher o a the Methodist church jls certainly worker He has been cleaning up the old stumps around the church and from all indications he is going to clean up inside if he happens to run across any stumps therein Rev Dillon preached a wide awake sermon Sunday night Those who usually take their evening nap at church opened their eyes and ears wide to what Rev Dillon had to somethinewrong in the church some of the men tbers were not living right or more o the young men would be tchurch Rev Dillon is an earns preacher he believes in making wrong matters right and truly has the interest of each and every person at heart Hand Mrs Dillon ale fast making tru friends in Cloverport Mr Brashear III t I J D Brashbar has been suffering during the last week from a severe at tack of indigestion Mrs Brashear ar rived from Louisville Saturday night to be with himIMrs Robards Been a Snbscriber Over Thirty Years Please find inclosed my check for 100 to pay for one year subscription to your paper beginning Nov 10 tho 1909 to be sent to Mrs L M Regards I ClarksdaleMiss This is a renewal asI she has always been a subscriber to your good paper Yours very truly Miss Millie Robards Clarksdale Miss Farm Posted I have posted my farm aginst hunters Jas Tinuis Mr And Mrs Phelps Entertained Mr and MM David Brainard Phelps were delightfully entertained last wee by the following Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman Mr and Mrs Byrne Severs Mr and Mrs Frank Payne FOR THE CHILDREN I Again The Breckenridge News offers a nice book as a prize for the best Thanksgiving letter written by a boy or girl not over 15 years of age The writer does not have to be a subscriber to The News but they must get their letter to the desk by Friday Nov 19th The sooner the better Write on one side of the paper use not more than 100 words If possible write with pen and ink Tell what happened during the past year that made you happiest and for which you are most thankfulw Last Thanksgiving the News was delighted a to hear from the little writers and hopes to re ceiye letters from many more next week i I e S J Y LENGTHY LETTERS FROM ROSETTA Farmers Union Quay Initiating AlembersRevival Begins First Day Of December I MANY NEWSY PERSONALS Rev B W Hardin filled his regular appointment Sunday Mr and Mrs Jas Mitcham of Cus ter spent Saturday as the guests of his sister Mrs Warren Alexander and Sunday as the I guests of his mother Mrs Mary Mitcham Mr and Mrs JEd Grear spent Sun day afternoon wIth Mr and Mrs J W WillisSG C Garner and Rufus Gregory were the guests of J W Mercer and deputyAssessor Mrs W M Adkisson and Mrs W V Dent were in Irvlngton last Thurs day shopping If you want the best flour buy th Lewisport BEST patent flour daughteraguests of Mrs Rosa Adkisson Burl Priest and daughter Eula visited Mr and Mrs John Kasey Sunday June Chappcll of Custer spent Saturday and Sunday with Cliff Slaton The locals of the Farmers Union of beenginitiatingt weektround numbers 4000000 That is no little number as some have said Mr and Mrs Glen Board were the WesleyeCarman Saturday and Sunday Geo Connor transferred a tract of land to W M Priest last Saturday Consideration unknown S P Drury and Chas King went to Bewley ville Saturday on business Herman and Lewis Lawson were administered the ordinance of bap tism and received into the Methodist church here last Sunday by the pastor Rev Hardin Howard Drury spent Sunday in Irvington as the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs R B Me Glothlan Days Denton of Kingswood was the guest of Win King Sunday Glen Board and wife spent Friday night with Marvin and May Ross Mrs Darcus Ross spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs Lem Dent and Sunday with her son Stannic Ross Mrs R L Adkisson who has been in Louisville visiting friends and relatives returned home Friday Rev B W Hardin requested that all who wanted their children baptis ed to bring them next service which will be the 2nd Sunday in December Roscoe Brown and sister Etta and Miss St Clair were the guests of Mrs J Boards family Sunday fatherinklaw D Denton spent Sunday night with Jno Mercer and family S P Drury was taken suddenly ill Saturday night The pastor Bro Hardin announced at the Sunday evening service that he would begin a series of meetings on the first day of December assisted by Rev J Ebb Hughes Bro Hughes is a good revivalist and has been successful where ever he has held meet ings The Young Mans Chance thtariffwill mean the defeat of many congress men and senators Changes are likely to occur in dicstrlcts strongly republican as such cbangbsoccurred in 1890 and 1804Now is the time for the young man to enter politics Thero ought to be an ont v and out tariff reformer nominated by the democrats in ever district and as beginNOWactive canvass Brass bands are not necessary Let tile young men who have taste for public life and an interest in the people go out into the country precincts call the farmers together road the republican platform and then the is PayneAldrich bill Let them read the 4 r h democraticplntform pointing out the necessity for an income tax and then cull attention to the income tax amendment The people are sound at heart and honest in purpose Let the work of education go on and success to the coi gresslonal aspirant who wins the nomi nation by proving his devotion to the public welfare and his abilitv to deal with the questions now before the countryThe Commoner Big Crop of Tobacco One of the very best tobacco crops grown in Montgomery county this year was weighed up to Mr Robertson Tues day It was grown by John Pieratt on eight acres of ground near this cityand when stripped out weighed 10110 pounds nearly 2400 pounds to the acre and brought 15 cents per pound an average of 35831 per acre and making Mr Pie the champion tobacco growerMt Gazette SAME PRICESiFOR SAME QUALITY Jointeiiw rrittiPJ Tobacco CommitteeCalls lOltttForFor 1909 Cropd SAMPLES LIKE LAST YEAR The full joint committee of the Green River Tobacco Association the A S of E and the home Warehouse company is now holding its most important sessions in this city Emison Shaw presided There were twentyfive members of the three associations pre sent and much interest was taken in the proceedings It was agreed that last years prices 9 9 and J3 would be acceptable for the 1909 crop for the same quality of tobacco as brought those prices last year The special sales committee was Instructed to prepare samples as nearly duplicates of the last years samples as possibleOn side it is expected that there will be an offer of 9 f9 and 3 for the same cample as was sold tor these prices last year and that it will bo accepted Notice Our supply of ice is exhausted No more will be made for the present place your orders direct with Owensboro Ice and Cold Storage Co or Smith Ice Co of Owensboro Ky- Cloverport Water Light Ice Co By AL Fort VicePres The Fiddlers Contest There will be an entertainment given by the Home people Cloverport Ky Tuesday November 23rd under the auspices of the Breckenridge Lodge No 61 K of P This will be an Old Time Fiddlers contest with musical comedy and sbngs by Clifford Hartley We already have several Old Time players who have promised to assist us and we want others to come in and register their names at either Hammans or J C Nolte Bros store The capital prize will bo ton dollars and the merchants and business men o the city have contributed liberally which insures prizes for all taking part Tickets on sale at the Bank of Clover port Admission 35c 25c and 15c Call early and have seats reserved Breckinridge Lodge No 01 K of P Clifford Hartley Promoters and Proprietors Carl Lishen Brought Home Carl Lisbon who was seriously injured in Louisville week before last was brought home Thursday night He was accompanied by his wife and mother His many friends are delighted to hoe of his improvement and that he will bout a soon Guests Of The Reids Mr and Mrs A M McCracken of Louisville and Miss McCracken of Honolulu were the delightful guests ofI Mr and Mrs L T Reid last week Gregory Celery J Ed Gregory raises the finest celery that has ever been on the market It as white as cotton Next season he intends jto raise several acres of it 1 The only Baking Powder GrapeCream V L Powder Qbaolutelr PURE HARDINSBURG Misses Isabelle Hendricks and Lillian Miller were in Louisville Saturday and the guests of Miss Annie Hen dricksMr and Mrs John J McHenry and John Goadloe of Louisville came Sat urday night to be the guests of Mroad Mrs M H Beard for several days Senator and Mrs Gus Brown were in Louisville Frankfort and Lexington last week Rev Willett will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church on Mon day night after the first Sunday Mr and Mrs Leo Walls were in Louisville shopping Miss Emma Lou Jioorman was in Louisville a few days last week Beards have an unusually attractive show window displaying a real farm scene with ideal hunting conditions Everyone stops to admire it and to wish for real birds squirrels and other game m such abundance The designer Geo Evans is the recipient of many congratulations upon his work If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Loyd Cpx will this week move to ElizabethtownMiss C Daniel went to West Point Monday to attend a District Miss- Ionary i meeting Dr Mather will address theGlendeaue school next Friday afternoon and preach in the Glendeane Baptist churchat night Supt Joe W Trent was busy Thurs day checking out the 407020 draft he had received for the second months payment of teachers Many other school checks were written last week In payment for full furnishing and repair log etc Not until then were the chair men paid for taking the school census last April It is expected Jthat the col lections will permit the payment of all expenses hereafter as rapidly as incur red The teachers Jof course will be paid as rapidly as the State furnishes the money Dave Walls was here from Custer Sat urday and Sunday Starfguest of Mrs P M Beard Miss Mamie DeHaven of Cloverportr is the guest of Mrs Will Duvall Mrs C L Beard was the guest of Mrs Nora Board of Irvington several days last week Herbert Beard was in Louisville Sun day Miss Louise Moorman of Glendeane is spending several days with Mrs D R MurrayIAt an enthusiastic educational rally held by the colored people here Friday night a school league of thirty memberss outside the school was formed E W Evaalocal colored pastor is doing a great work among his people in arousing them educationally He with their well liked teachers at Hardlnsburg are benefactors to their race Willis Green of Falls of Roughwas the guest of Mr and Mrs Beard Sun day Lucky Boy Barney Franklin Squires was the lucky boy who found Marion Weather holts gate which had been hidden since Halloween and received a reward of one dollar The gate was on the river bank 5 GOT NEW LETTER STYLE Name Street And Number City And State Now Ruu Down En velop in Straight Line Even Business Houses Adopt It Do you know the proper way in which to address an envelope- If you know do you apply that knowledge in the form of ink in your personal and business correspondence Fashion which dictates the placing of a napkin on amans left knee and other weighty details of daily life has assum ed supervision of the manner in which envelopes shall be addressed Time was when everyone followed the custom of inscribing an envelope as if it were a drop line wayThomas1330 Soi ndso StreetChicago 111 Let us hope you no longer are addict ed to that form tobestylesIncluding verylatestinscriptionIsThomas Brown Esq 1330 Soandso Street ChicagoIll glancobutreally little or nothing to do witn fashion No one really likes those big hats with the ex tension feathers that litenally cut ones friends but the big hats are su preme Just so the allinaHne rapidlygaining lettersChicagoPost SICK LIST Much Illness In CloverportUn usual Weather Proves Un- healthfuli Mrs Jess Weatherholt has been sick for sometime at her home in the West EndMiss Nannie Collins who has been ill tjitast week is able to be oufagain Mrs Sam Conrad is quite ill at lhor home on the West Side Mr Ed English is no better Mrs Fred Fraize has been sufferin dreadfully from ear trouble Mrs Wells is very low at the home of her daughter Mrs Geer Checks in ExchangeFor Wo will receive merchandise checks in exchange for subscrip tions to the News Toll your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many persons who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the money to pay for subscriptions etc JNO D BABBAGE y It KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH fireKings New Discovery FOR OLDSrl uf Fas ftSfte AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACIOB OR MONEY REFUNDED DR H J BOONEl Permanent DentistDr Owens Office Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Cloverport Ky THE SANATORIUM- The handsomest and most beauti ful sanatorium in Louisville is that of Dr Evelyn Bush on Fourth street The Sanatorium is equipped with all the modern conveniences and is now opened for patients Dr Hush is an eminent ostepath and is highly thought of and recommended by all of Louisvilles doctors Anyone contemplating an osteopathic 4treatmentshould either write or call to see Mrs Bush DR W M CASPER DENTIST- At Cloverport every J7odncsday and Thurs day at Dr Llnhtfoots Office Iayl leltltklsltkSlitltakxaakk t llskrl ii FOR SALE iI j ix ji Anumberof Farms difii J ferent Sizes and Prices 5- X m I The Bank of Hardinsburg s i Trust Cog iC- QKKKrr rKrlrrrstrrrrrxrrr rr KK Jq JY=STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab rics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Moderate prices Expert tailors em ployed U J H HUNSCHE CasperMiv CoCan eltonInd INSURANCECapt J H Rowland InsurIanceSped il Mortgage icy See him at once H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURG KY Will practice Ma profession in tall ot the Courts of llruckcnrlugu and adjoining coup t cr Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice InUnlted Fates OlsinilCjum Office Her tank ot Hardlnsbur 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE rTRADE IMARtSI Anyone tanging a sketch and description may irulcklr AiceftAtn our opinion free whether an Invention li probably pat tabie Communion lions BlrlotlrconHdcntlal HANDBOOK on Patent eecurntapatentePatentsrpectai notice without charge is the Scientific Jftitericatu Aluui Jaomolrlllnstratoa weekly Tersest cir culation of ant ecientlfo louriml Terms 13 a years four mouths ft Bow by all newidealer MUNN CO381BroadW3r New York JochUSce62 F BU Watblogton U Co Checks in Exchange For Subscription We will receiue merchandise checks in exchange for subscrip tions to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many persons who sell their produce are paid in oheohs and often haue not the money to pay for subscriptions etc JNO D BABBAGE The Mean ThIng Why uro Soil mud at her 11 wet boron the cur todny nod slu said 0h let me pay your fare and I aIdOtt you mustnt and she didnt Houston Post- GabA4r MzwJ4bYFrrlniMF1 u WASTEFUL ECONOMY Cure Member of the Family Who Has This Vice The besetting sin of woman Is econ omy said the observing woman The vice of unselfishness Is bud enough and almost Ineradicable but the habit of economy may be equally devastating and It clings like the shirt of Ncssus Women Inherit the In stlnct from their feminine forbears who never had a cent to call their own and it has become part and par eel of their bones I know nn artist not an unappre elated genius but ono of the kind that makes money Well she has n pen chant for altering her own clothes She will lengthen sleeves and put In fresh lace with infinite care and great expenditure of time and nerves Once after she had boon altering a blouse hat could not have cost more than a few dollars In tho first place and had seen one seasons wear I reckoned up the time it had taken her and showed her in cold figures that she might have earned 50 in the time wasted in fixing that blouse And I suggested mildly that sleeves at 25 apiece were rather more expensive than she ought to wear But sho protested that the garment was too good to throw away and no sctiinstress would bother with it and I dare say she is still fixing up her old clothes Then there are the women who have a passion for utilizing left over food They will tear themselves to pieces to save a few slices of stale bread or a cupful of soup but cant find time to win the confidence of their children And the results of their economy are none too appetizing either There are women too who will economize in their food or walk till they are worn out to save car fare when their health and strength are all the capital they have and I know some women who wont even wear their clothes until they are old fash toned It seems so extravagant to take the new oft If you have a person like this in your family try to cure her now It may be hard but it is not impossible and there are so many beautiful things waiting to be enjoyed so many important things waiting to be done that it is heartbreaking to think of the time that la wasted in alleged economy which Is not economy at all but horrible wastefulness heal economy lies in using all ones time and strength to the best advantage not In PiiorlllfhiK tthe most precious things In life fur the sake of saving material things NOTICE We the undersigned farmers and land of Breckinridge couuty Ky residing near Cloverport hereby give notice to all persons that we forbid hunting and killing gane or trapping or gathering hickory nuts or trespassing on or said premises either through day or at night ot at any time from and after this date without the written permission of the owner Any one known to be guilty of such tresspassing will be prosecuted to the extent of the law November 7th 1009 William Riley E O Riley Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Women Soiled Jewelry Jewelry Is supposedly worn for ornn men but much of It IIs kopt In such n condition that It Is anything but ornamental There Is no surer sign of carelessness than fo wear pins rings and chains so black and greasy that onlookers may be pardoned for ques tioning the personal cleanliness of the wearerThere is no excuse fur this dirtiness when soap and water are to be hind It Is e1l10 purchase a small box of Jewelers sawdust to expedite drying and polishing A rouged chamois Is also helpfu It is particularly III advised for the gIrl who works to wear dirty jewelry Indeed she should wear as little as possible A watch cuff buttons and a simple brooch or pin at the neck ore all that Is permissible for good taste These should be kept shining Remember that dirty Jewelry Is an offense against good taste that no well bred girl will commit Dont use harsh physics The re action weakens the bowels leads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regu lets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation Childrens Shods Mothers often hesitate to put their small children into dainty white and light colored shoes because of the problem of keeping these shoes clean Soft white shoes If not too badly soiled may be cleaned nicely with almost any white powder If they are very dirty they may be cleaned in gasoline The regular white shoe polish Is made with whiting and powder made medium thick and applied with a cloth This may be used on white canvas and white and colored buckskin shoes Rub the shoes free from dry powder after they have dried Booties made of chamois may be washed in ammonia water Wash them In a suds with ammonia in it rinse In more ammonia and wipe them dry with a towel or cloth Do not dry near artificial heat A41 i r n ilwrrSpecial Notice I TOBACCO GROWER- SII give a 500 gold pieceII t for the best hand of Burley bacco and a Pocket Knife worth J 150 for the second best hand I Prizes to be awarded Jan 1 1910 by a committee of three disinterested I men All growers are requested to bring in their samples for dis play in out store No entrance fee Full line Wood and Coal Stoves Heaters Cook I Stoves and Ranges GENUINE American Farm and Poultry Fence all heights Be sure and see me before you buy JO D ASHCRAFTDealer I Hardware Farm Implements Stoves and Furniture I IRVINGTON KENTUCKY APilAR IV w almaayMrII nowMER President A B SKILLMAN L LIOHTFOOT VlcePresldont CIIAS SKILLMAN IIw The Old Reliable CashierII II BRECKINRIDGE BANK c Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 I Insured in every way and protected by the very latest equipment I Interest paid on time deposits Business great and small solicited L J For Halloween Feast Place cards for Halloween feasts show all manner of decorations though the pumpkin Is likely to be first choice A miniature pumpkin at one end of the card comes nt the rate of 75 cents a dozen A whole pumpkin man holds the fort nl true rate of 1 a dozen Other vegetables are by no moans neglected Flowers are preferred by many A rose card Is shown next this pumpkin man Cards for the Hal loween supper table are not difficult to make in the following fashion Se lect a large white card and decorate chrysanthemumbe cut out at one side making an uneven petal end to the card The low ers are easily painted with water colors Another neat design is to draw the picture of n gift fairy close to the ruMrmjjy PLACE OAUDS edge and attach white gauze wings making the wings so they will extend beyond the end of the card The fairy can be made to stand on the back of a turtle with n silver rein to direct it The bladk cat or witch and boiling pot can be made with India ink in shadow graphs all designs In block Thread three chestnuts with red ribbon and attach the tiny card to the bow end This makes a pretty card UMy child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I applied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceased and the child sank into a restful sleep II Mrs Nancy M Hanson Ilamburg N Y SubscribeI oo i i4 A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Neao Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured hum Infailable for Burns Scald Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chap ped Hands Soon routs Piles 2oc at Severs Drug Store American Cake Some one has deplored the fact said the woman who ins traveled that we Americans have no national cake as the Germans the English and some other nations But the French at least give us credit for such a dish I was stopping nt n select pension in Paris last year One evening for dinner a dessert was brought In which the madam styled American cake It was pie first class cream pie such ns one might get In New Kngland I was much embarrassed after every one was served to find myself the sole possessor of n fork While the others were calmly eating their Amer lean niko with spoons I hnd taker the serving fo- rkChlidrt Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA An Inspiration When a fob young girl with sunny hair red lips white teeth and gentle manners Is seen earnling her living and her mother attending to mar keting mid trails It can but rouse every spark oi decncy and chivalry In the young men Perhaps they think But for father or brother my mother and sister might be doing the same for a lot of us fellows and Id punch tho head of any one who was Impolite or disrespectful Match the nowith your Bipllcs Help the birds in filling the earth with music Feel yourself a part of this busy happy awakening world anjLghbwit by your looks and acts 4i ft Louisville Henderson ifiyl ouis Ry t TIME TABLE Corrected to Nov 15 1009I147 145 l43 141 148STATIONS J DollY Dally Dally Dally Dally Uelly Dally Deily r t upmint AMLouisvIlleAr7I I M 2a 12- MI 55 1 7 40 llI13 f3 08 8 53 Strawberry 710f1240 7 25 1 t 919 515 851 Blshoft 702 f123 718 0 20 15 21 19 09 Medora f6 52 11219f7 08 9 34 f5 29 f1J 14 Stites t6 46 12 11 f7 02 to i 1 59D5 West Point 89 i D 43t538 1923 Howard 637 W U3 W 54aAM 94 fIj 46 fI 50 Bartles 630 fll 536 46 953 fli 51 f984 Rock Haven 6 25 fll 481641U 50 15 fi8 to 40 Long rl1nch 619 Ill 4016 33 1040 0 07 9 41 Brandenburg U 13 Ii 32 0 25 10 12 610 f956 EI ron 605 ill 23 U 16 10 18 0 23 itO 05 Oustun 5 li8 lit 15 0 os 10 23 1 11 1 Oilli1to irvin8ton 551u 5IHf 1029 fO 45 f10 19Wcbster 5411 no 57 f5 42 10 30 f6 55 110 27 Lodiburg 5 37 no 48f53410 42 f7 00 10 33 Mystic 5 31 UO 41 5 26 10 545 fl 04 11037 Sample 528 flO 37f5 22 10 7 1J 10 44 Stepltensport 5 21 10 27 5 14 1054 l16 flO 48 Addison 518 110 22f5 JO fO 56 tl 18 fJO 60 Holt 5 li C10 J915 08 6am 11 06 7 28 11 00 4Cloverport 5 07 10 07 57 SlftO 11 09 71 11 03 Shops504 10 04 4 li4- C11 JS f7 40 11 11 S i456 tIJ 53 4 44 8 Oor16 6 27 21 11 11 31 25 7 48 11 11 Hawesyillo4 48 913 4 36U48 V 39f63238 640 U 43 808 ill 57 Lewlport 4 31 Q 23 f4l1 720 1f6 45 11 48 f8 14 11 42 Valtman4 fO 17 4 11 fl IU 11f77 06 12 07 8 34 12 02 Dutch 4 06 1852 3 51 O7 h7 13 12 15 8 42 12 50Di11f7 45f7731 40 C8 3 A C683f140 Stanly 3 42 f8 22 f5 28 630 25f7332 807 317 10 I 7 63 12 48 fIJ20 12 43 Beals 3 28 8 Ot 3 13 f6 ISr7 li8 12 50 9 22 12 45 Spottsvllle 3 26 7 58 f5 11 6 13 N8 00 12 55 f9 27 12 50 Baskett 825 1 3 22 7 S2 f3 01 608 MA1 27 10 05 1 28 Howell2 53 7 16 230u tl135 1015 136 IvansvIhIe2 45 710 230 34A tl f Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouis tl man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis n No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from v east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport tl Hartford Line I b 5 3 DailyDailyI 6 45 p m 11 10 arm I f653 fll 20 708 11 35 7 18 fll 15 721 11 40 727 11 55 a m 734 1201pm- f742 f120- 8f748 f3 14 7 58 12 25 8 07 12 33 8 18 C 885 f 8 38 f2 07 f 843 f2 42 f 848 f247f 8 5t f2 SII 8S7 f1256- f901 f100- f907 f 1 0- 6f024 1123- f932 1131 1939 1138 9 55 p m 1 55 p m STATIONS Lv Irvlngton Ar Basin Spring Garfield Harned Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk AlcQnady Qlendeano Dempster Falls of Rough Dempster Rockvale Vanzant Askins OakseoMitchell Fordsvllle Mitchell Dundee Sunnydale Combs HARTFORD 4wnDally 1539 25f 51f f423f7551418f751f414f743 f403f935 1654 1319- 640a Real Estate Department Do you want to buy ti or businees If you do you may find lust what you need in this department Jf you are interest ed any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you the man has the very property you are looking Wo recommend the following properties being productive and fair in price Do You Want to Sell farmer jOwantdepartment is conducted solely the purpose of enablin buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sale JnoDBabbag mile from 2H miles from 160Iirvlngton SO acros of fresh land and 80 acres in grass no waste land new house and largo new barn built last year for fur ther particulars write to Jno U Babble Cloverport Ky 140 acrPH 3 miles from Gustob 3 3U0 S miles from Irvington well watered ilays well good young orchard good timber on rural route school house few yards from house Improvements good four room dwolltnjc with kitchen on back porch two good bArns barn and tenont house andcis torn back In tile field meat and hen house wood shod will sellon easy payments plenty otsmHll fruit Further particulars address Jno D Cabbage Cloverport Ky ACRE FARM 5 room cottage ball and 67 porch In good repair good stall stock barn tWO rood side sheds crib rood meat house and hen house and a variety of apples peaches and grapes j a good well and never falling spring for stock water 200 yards east ot Hardlnsburg In easy distance to the High School building when erected 000ForI 160 acres four miles west of Q s U miles from brancp railroad I all fresh land 100 acres In cultivation 50 acres Ip grass will produce the best corn wheat und tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water well at door of dwell tag log dwelling s rooms and side room rood stable tobacco barns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good lard to clear Price 3000 H cash C3 OCA 352 acres on Hardinsburg and 3 OV3U bulls of Sinking road 3 miles onestorydwellingsblacksmith shop nil necessary outhouses 121 acres under cultivation and pasture 3 acres In timber white oak black oak beech and sugar tree all good size of good Plenty i 2 ip10 00 a m 5 50 p m 0 1040 9 17 5 11 l 9 12 5 06 a Vf8578 39 4 34 8 31 8 20 f 803 f426 d 1729 f 3 5- 1710 f834701 f326 m 3 05 p m i farm in us to who for as t This for Webster J uagoodcomblnedOlovcr ort ICy Cisternbasementtwliol exchange building wm sell at a bargain ofor a dwelling house in Oloverpor Twp room cottage on Murray Menuvolt locatea Rents torts per month C 1M anlr ot Sluicing road 2 milfrom Sample Improvements anatimber acres oak and beet tlmbBeechTimber can b land hauled both either by water or rail Llme ton ttobaccoyoroundbuJanceeosy I FOR SALEA under farm containing lisp acros an tILwJtabaronoapple and peattrees also pears mannitbkluncuinwods soveztroves i tiostawire tonlong and easy payments price OOI9 f FOR SALIA splendid stand for adrugttl1 811rrQulldfbythe place sttintonisneAnport CY- N II iJ7 t I DONT WORRY ABOUT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS III SEND YOUR FRIENDS EACH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Iu IHave you a friend mother father daughter or son brother or sister nephew or neice away from home W If so remember them Christmas with their Home Paper To see how much folks enjoy the News read Irr- liI what they say about it every week Sendus the dollar andwe will mail you a receipt with a Christmas 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women are only a raw of the power of Lydia E Pinkhams diseases Not one of these womenL form for the use of their names iini JPg that we should refer to then vother suffering women to1 T Compound isa reliable statements made in our advertise truth and nothing but the truth n a 11 subscription to the News You arc fine in newspaper lore some day you cannot be excelled Jit is hard for me to do without the News Hoping you and the News success ram Yours truly Stella Mullen Reynolds 504 W Houston Ave Marshall Tex Wilbur Gjlliland A- Successful Sportsman Since the hunting season has opened Wilbur Gilliland has caught two possums fourteen rabbits and eight birds by trapping He is wild about the sport i Lecture at Gltndeane Rev Piani of Rome Italy a con verted Catholic priest will deliver a lecture atGlendeane Baptist church on Saturday night November 13 for the benefit of the Sunbeam Society He is highly educated and very fasci nating and those who fail to hear him will miss a treat Admission 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for children Notice In as much as my candidacy and election to the office of State Senator I necessitated my resignation as Coun ty Attorney of this county I am no longer restricted as to any special lineof practice in the courts and am now free to practice in all civil and criminal cases for those who wish my services RespectfullyGus Brown I Better Subscribe ited to write to the names and proof that Lydia E Pinkhams taste ills Painful Periods Goshen AlaMrsW T Dalton Route No 3 Chicago lll3Mru Wm Tully 4C5 Ogden Av aw rnw JIIch Mrs Kiuma Draper Flushing ailch Mrs Hurt Loyd It FD No 3 care of D A Sanborn ColToovllle MlssMre S J Jones Cincinnati Oulo Mra llora Ahr 1302 Ernst Street Cleveland Ohio Miss Llzzlo Stolgor C310 Fleet Avenue 8K WcslllI1oInlIIrslnggloFsterRFDlDycrsburg Hayfield VulIIr MnvniQ Windl- oIrregularity IIerrlnIll Mr Olins Folkol Winchester IndMrs Slay Deal Dyer Indhere Wm Oberloli B F D No1 Baltimore MUMrs W S Ford 1038 Lans down Street Roxbu ryMussMr Francis Merklel3 Field Street Olarkidalo Mo MIss Anna Wallace Olly vllleOhlolIIrs Ella Michael RFD3 DaytonahloMrs Ida Hale Box 25 National Military Home Lebanon PaMrs Harry L Rlttle 233 Loh man Street Sykes Term Mlnnlo hell Jung332ChestnutSt Vlncounea IndMrs Syl n Jerauld 508 N Tenth Street Gardiner Jlalno Jin S A Williams It F D No 14 j HOX39 Philadelphia raJIn Chas Boell 2107 N Garnet Street rJatt burg lIUulIlIssVerna Wilkes llFDl JTomnle Weakness Wllllmantlc Coun =51rBJJtta Donovan Box 299- Woodslde IdahooHrs Rachel Johnson Kockland Maine Mrs Will Young 6 Col umbltt Avenue Scottrllle 3HchMrg JQ Johnson UFD3 Dayton OhloMra F li Smith 431 Kim St Erie PaMr Jl Kndllch IL F D No7 Beaver Falls InMrs W P Boyd 2109 Seventh Avenu- eFalrchancePaMre L A Dunham Box 152 Fort Hunter PaJIrtilaryJane SUatto Eat Earl PaMrs Augustus Lyon ItFU 2 Vienna tv VaMrs Emma Wheaton Nervous Prostration Oronogo MoMr Mae MoKnlght Camden N JMM Tlllle Waters 451 Liberty Street Joseph Oregon Mrp Alice Huffman Philadelphia IaMrs John Johnston 210 Siegel Street Christians TenuMrs Mary Wood RFD No3 EgglestonGranltelIle thousandsof living witnesses of Vegetable Compound to cure female ever received compensation in any this advertisement but are will because of the good they may prove that Lydia E Pinkhams and honest medicine Anti that the regarding its merit are the rJ GLENDEANE Crude Petroleum Found Miss Dellaven EntertainedOther Interesting News Rev Piatii will give a lecture at the Baptist church Saturday night November I M Admission for adults 25 cents and 10 cents for children If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patept flour Rev Panne filled his regular appoint inept at the Methodist church Sunday Miss Mayme DeHaven of Cloyerport is the pleasant visitor of Miss Daisy D lH1II John R Slmcklett was the guest of Miss Mable Hoskins Sunday Mist Mollie Moorman is the guest of Mrs Dave Murray in Hardiusburg B B Hoskins npent Sunday in lIar diiisburjr The Methodist congregation have changed the hour of their Sunday School it being at 230 oclock now Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith spent Saturday 1 and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Glen Moorman at their country home E L Robertson shipped a car of stock to Louisville SaturdayII I Mrs W R Moounau entertained at her home Saturday evening in honor ol Miss Mayme DeHaven The L II St 14 railroad in sink ing their weltat this place at the depth of 175 feet struck a considerable quantity of crude petroleum It is notI ascertained yet HS to whether the wellI will furnish oil in paying quantities However there is considerable amount and it is thought by going deep enough there will he plenty of oil found in this region Mrs J B Hoskins and daughter are visiting her sister Mrs E P Rogers at Fordsviile i Judge N Mr Mercer spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends in Glen deaneDr 1 K Dempster is ertcting a handsome building on Railroad street which when finished will add much to the nppearance of our town Mr and Mrs Roht Glasscoclt ill move to Cloverport next week to make that town their home Mr Glasscock is a popular foreman on the L H St L railroad Ed Glasscoek spent a few days in Louisville last week i Mrs Jess Howard has been right sick but is convalescent Miss Fannie Moorman spent Sunday with her mother Miss Sarah Deare Moorman came down from Hardinsbttrg Saturday to spend u few days with her mother Mrs W R Moorman Henderson Route is elevating its I Ifheat Dempster Junction above high mirk They are now using on this grade over 100 teams and are very anxious to complete the wprk before the winter rains begin as it will be impos sible to work in this low section then NEVER LERIG and condition that make especially at tractive to anyone who must consider the roofing question For 10 years you can rest easy about your roof it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that iti iiis probabb you will get even longer service out of it Mrs Sutton 111 Mr and Mrs J T Smith of Fords ville were called to Louisville Monda on account of the serious illness of Mr Smiths sister Mrs Cicero Sutton Mrs Sutton was taken to Louisville to un dergo an operation which has caused much uneasiness among her friends Forced Into Exile Wm Upshurcb ofGleu Oak Okla was an exile front home Mountain air be thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years Afler six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after tok ing six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desper ate lung diseases Infallible for coughs aud colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whoop ing Cough sOc and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand storehouse stock of goods good will etc Annual sales 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 per year Three miles from railroad station on the branch Here is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a goof business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Hives eczema itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of yourr clothing Doans Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Why suffer Al druggists sell it NOTICE When sending a news item to this of lice please make it as brief as possible so we can have rool1l for all the news Telephone usyour locals and items of interest Editor Checks in Ex change for Sub scription We will receive mer chandise checks in ex change for subscription to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many people who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the mon ey to pay for subscrip tions etc JNO D BABBAGE 1 J J I A GENUINE SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL O- FCONGO ROOFINGI The Surety Company iis issuing thete boIiand bsck of them is liir ir two mi Jon dollars IIasseb It is a matter cf keen satisfaction to us that they were willing to stand behind Congo Roofing You are immune from any responsibility oher tHan giving the roofing ordinary care Write today for samples of Congo and full information Remember that with every roll of Congo you get a gtcuko Surety Bond G W BSKRIDGE SAMPLE KY The Foodof Vim and- energy One plateful of MOTHERS OATS will produce more vim and vigor and energy andactionmore vitality more enthusiasm andmore endurance than many times the same bulkof meat fish fowl or cereals of lower food value MOTHERS OATS are different from others oats and different from ordinary oatmeal They are put up in sanitary sealed packages But theres more to MOTHERS OATS than the pac ale they are the best oats in the world the best selection of the best crops Every batch that comes to our mills is screened and only the ripe big grains are marketed They are not only sterilized but steamed to burst the proteid cells then rolled to render the cooking easy and after that MOTHERS OATS are crushed to hasten their digestion easy work for the stove easy work for the stomachand more work for the man Theres a coupon in every package of Mothers Cereals You can col lect enough of them in a little while to own a Fireless Cooker for nothing Your grocer will tell you how to get it free There arc a number of ways and all of them make it worth while to buy Mothers Cereals Mother Oats Mothers C Meal white or yellow Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of the wheat Mother Hominy Grits Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Oatmeal Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Flour TPIE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORG OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER OND CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PiNEW1HAVEN ALUANY ST LOUIS 1 = r r U- ll fl RURAL TELEPHONESw Ii- iX iMr Farmer uro you interested 1 If so call on theiJj i I r manager of the Cumberland Telephoned Telegraph fa Company and have him explain tho special Fur 1 life ninrs Lithe ratellpI CUMBERLAND TE1EPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY ff- A f Incorporated A t T ij flIm iI I- ILandLandlIi The best investiuont on earth is the oarth tmt itself and the best earth to invest in iis the I Panhandle of Texas I IYou can buy goodrich level land which will proIduce largo crops of Wheat Oats Rye Corn Millet and Sorghum for from I AlfalfnII15 to 25 Dollars Per Acre on This land will pay you 25 to 40 per cent annually on your vestment Private cars from Kausus City free sleepers freeIIIautomobiles to see the land and if you purchase lOOHcrea or more 111 YOUR RAILROAD FARE IS Low round trip rates every 1st and 3rd REPUNDEDIIgetting large returns from every investment land Why not you write for full information AgentIJ a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING Cp u t Issued Every Wednesday = Subscription Price 100 a year in advance- ri CARDS OF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rote of 5 cents per line Money Id advanceExamine the label on your paper If it is not correct totifyus When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1909 = THE ELECTION CONTEST frTheDemocratic candidates met at llardinsbure last Saturday and by unanimous consent agreed to file contests in the late election in which each of them were defeated by a small majority The filing of the contest created quite a stir among the Republicans thong- they had anticipated such a move on the part of the Democrats yet they wore not quite certain that the contest would be made EverI since the canvassing board announced the result of the final count the Democrats have talked of contesting Not until last Saturday however was a final decision reached Tho services of Messcrs Murray Murray were secured the day after the election and everl since that time reports of irrcgularaties in the election have como to light and the Democrats basing their faith on these things feel that they will win in the final outcome Nine sopercato petitions were filed each of which set out clearly the grounds on which the contest is based The Republican candidates were made defendants and they arc required to fit their answer in twenty days The use of money whiskey and other unlawful methods are charged against tho Repub limns While this is a serious charge and one upon which the la fixes a heavy penalty it is not the main one on which the Democrats will rely to gain tho contest The counting of two or three hundred illeoalnndmutilnted ballots for the Republican ticket is the most important 10 charge alleged against them Tho people will remember tha the name of J C Brodie the Republican candidate for circuit clerk was left oil the ballot and the courts decided that it could not be put on not having boon certified to the clerk in time This blunder wa made by the Republicans as they freely admited before the election But in order to reinstate their fallen brother and some how fix him up for the Republican voter on election day they gave out instruc tions that his name should be written on the ballot This was done with pen and ink in many of the precincts and thus many hundreds of Republican ballots were thereby mutilated and defaced Notwithstanding this they were counted for the republican ticket andover the protest of Democratic officers of the election Upon an investi gation by the courts these ballots will be thrown out and that will leave a clear majority of the legal ballots cast to bo counted for the Democrats There is no other key to the situation It willscore a big victory for tho Democrats on a final showing case The Repub licans are restless and uneasy over the outcome because it is evident that on a fair count of the ballots that should be counted legally theI Democrats have won Besides Messrs Murray Murray the Dem ocrats have secured other legal counsel that will assist in the investigation and the interest in the proceedings is growing throughout the I county Not alone here but politicians in other parts of the state are anxious to see the final outcome How will Jesse Eskridgo be able to explain that ho is eligible for the office of County Attorney of this county when he has resided in Owensboro Ky for the past nino years The constitution of thes SUite stays on the subject No one shall be eligible to the office of L County Attorney who has not resided in the State two years andone year next proceeding his election in the county and district in which ho is a candidate His explanation will be something like the answer i Mike Donohue made to the fellow who asked him to describe a steer lie had lost Well says Mike he vas a very line beast with a while spot on his side next to the fence it is said that mayorelect Gaynor of New York won his election in that great city without tho use of money Well George Harris the Magistrateelect of the Balltown precinct won his election without money tooand ho had to overcome a hundred Republican majority Wo call thatrunning sonic It would be quite a coincidence if the candidacy of tT C Brodie should result finally in defeating the whole Republican ticket Thats just what will happen when the illegal ballots fire thrown outaAbout all of tho farmers in the Custer section of this county pledged their tobacco They raise a good quality of Burley and hneII poet to get 14 for the best Republicansinl fthcr late election Tho Republicans of Graysqn county havo1 filed papers at Leitch Afield contesting the election of the Democrats in that county When the election contest is sifted downthe whole thing will do pond upon the mutilated ballots In Memory Resolutions in memory of our deceas ed Y W A Missionary Miss Eula Hensley Chefoo China Whereas God in his boundless mercy and wisdomjhos seen fit to remove by spiritual transltionTfour friend our neighbor our missionary into his celestial kingdomand- Whereas this transaction is but a putting away of thcthings of carnality and a reroblng withjthe complete sun light of God therefore be it Resolved lThat we in Christ like submission acceptjthls sorrow as a fulfillment of His promise and we know that all things work together for good F4 I1dJ1f 4J 4 Jc to them that love God to them who are thus balled according to his purpose Resolved 2That we as a Mission ary Union sensibly conscious of our great loss keep a copy of these resolutions In our society as evidence of our great appreciation of this truly great personageResolved 3That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family and that they be sent to the county paper Done by order of Glendeane Baptist church Mrs E H Deane Miss Sallie Robertson Mrs W C MoormanCommittee y2 z A7a ft r DONT WAIT Take Advantage Of A Cloverport Citizens Experience Before Its Too Late When the back begins to ache Dont wait until backache becomes ceronlc eIm serious kidney troubles devalo Till urinary troubles destroy nights restProfit by a Cloverport citizens ex perience A Fallen living on Railroad St Cloverport Ky says I can say that Doans Kidney Pills live up to the claims made for them My kid ney and bladder were disordered for twelve years My back ached severly and when I stooped or lifted shasri twinges darted through my loin causing me to suffer intensely Wh I first arose in the morning I w lame and sore and the slightest workfa languhfaa very nervous aches and dizzy spells were added to my affliction and too frequent pass ages of the kidney secretions caused me great annoyance particularly night when I was forced to rise from three to six times I used but one box of Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store and received almost entire relief I intend to con time with them and have no doubt curedGby cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the States nameDeansauwd take no other From Mrs GrinnelJs Letter 15 wtking in the play Brownies at Macauleys David Jr is a chip oil the old block and looks herlst ageMrs Edwin Hodge is at Clifton Springs N Y very much improved in health and she will return to Hen derson in time for Thanksgiving Meade County Messenger BIG SPRING If you want the best flour buy th IILewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Herman Meyer and Mrs W N Willis of Vine Grove spent Thursday here with friends Bob Yates Arthur Robinson John Starks and WE Caldwell of Louisville will be down Wednesday to take a few days hunt with Ben Clark sonJ Harned of Vine Grove and Tom Earned of Boston Ky spent Wednesday here with T R Moorman Miss Sallie Williams returned to her home at Ekron after a weeks tay with Mrs Rollie Simpson Kit Weymouth was here Monday calling on the merchants Rev and Mrs King spent several days with Mrs Eva Stith of Mays GroveQuarterly meeting will be held here the 27th and 28th of this month Bro King preached for us the llrst I time Sunday Tom Gregory of Garfield spent Wednesday night with Rev King W B Arnold the Superintendent- of Meade county schools visited the Dowell school J H here of rhursdayII with Miss Edna Dowell Messers for Mercer Breckenrid and e and AfeadeII I CITY AND- SCHOOLTAX 1 PAYERSLI U are hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the pen alty will bo added Remom ber no favors will be shown Payment is requested with out fail Call at the office in rear of Clovorport Bank Chas May Sr for an City and School Tax Collectora MIQtFJ Grw t I 1 1 t trrThe Bank III of Hardinsburg M and Trust Company t IB F BEARD President M H BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON pAssistant Cashier Capital Surplus J Un divided Profits DIRECTORS Eskridgo Richardson Robertson Pays 3 per cent on time Three per dent is as much as the best banks in this much as any safely managed to pay 21NOW IIIl1 IS TO BUY YOUR I I I S UIT11- t IOVE I TIIWhen Completed I Mens 350 to 15 I I All the latest styles here to suit the most I IIBoys and s from 1 to 750 I Overcoats Coats from 2 toill I 15 Boys and Overcoats from I I I IDo not fail to see you buy as I have I I the most complete i100000Rock and can give you Igood quality and Ladies Cloaks Skirts II and Suits all colors at the lowest prices I Ladies Cloaks 1250 Ladies Suits Iat 15 long coats JI SHOESI handle Shoes Star Brand II Shoes are better Stars so can you if IIbuy from me Iyou 11 I ED F Irvington Ky I QOOQ 1Q QOL- U J U Last j As the penalty will be first of November andO our term of office of January Now as the time for paying is we going to n as the law prescribes that you settle your LI taxes the first ber If not that n date we will be your property which 8 If Uiiwill be done at once that thIs wIll brIng U cost on you t If you penalty is added who l1JIS to blame 0 You can pay at any to the office writing for the amount which will be to you or by meeting one of us at the place and dates Irvington November 13 1 Novembers 16 nnAskins November 18 C T SMITH D S CHAS BUTLER D S QI 0 counties were here Thursday- Mr Martin Is painting resi dence The ladles of the Methodist church hope to have the parsonage painted soon J D Meador of Louisville spent several clays here with Mrs Ada Meador last week He move his family here soon His furniture has already come Mr Craycroft and pupils will give entertainment Thanksgiving eve the benefit of the school house J Moorman was in Vine Grove SaturdayMr Mrs Kemper will spend few days with Mrs Clarkson the latter part of the week k iffi u 50000 an Kincholoo are collect before before forced mother MilMcDanielsn Milt Miller S B C illfII 0 EE No false pretense has marked the career of Elys Cream Balm Being entirely harmless it is not responsi ble like the catarrh snuffs and ders for minds shattered by cocaine The great virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely overcomes nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputa tion of many years success All druggists 50c or mailed Ely Bros 50 Warren Street New Yor- kBEWLEYVILLE If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour f r J i == 4 Morris G W Beard D S Dr A M C V B F Beard 01 JII U 8 or r J his his will W 1k pow by Miss Louise Walker of Garnettsville is visiting her uncle J M Walker Roy Keith of Los Angeles Callfo nia is here for a sixty days visit wIt his parents Mr and Mrs W W Keith Rufus D Cain of IndiAnapolis Ind is visiting relatives in and around Bow leyville Finis Claycomb is on the sick list He has pneumonia Mrs i apMissMrs Dick Carman last weeK visitell The ladies of the Methodist chute i will give a Box and Pie supper on Sal urday night November 20that Btw leyville school house for benefit of Jrj ington parsonage EverybodyvfckHn and have a good time r i f ii f jrj S r A Reliable Remedy t crsfFAMSA- li CAFORRRHf- Elys dn 1 Cream Balmr FEVER P Is quick absorbed 11 L Gives Relief I RpSItheals and protectsPillj the diseased mom brone resulting from Catarrh and drives tii away a Gold in tliulloml quickly Restores the Senses of Tasto and Smell Full sizo I1 LiquidOreamI Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York T5he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1909 PERSONALIAND LOCAL Chas Hall is here from Kosmosdale Miss Margaret Skillman is In Louis villeDont miss old fiddlers contest its great ijkbert Wilson of Louisville is the guest of his parents John Brldwell of Custer is the guest of Mrs Chas Pate Mr and Mrs Roy Heyser have re turned to Logan W Va C Bralundt photographer will go to Irvington next Tuesday r Judge Wardrlpp will teach us how to dance an old fashioned jig Mrs Frank Fraize went to LouIs- ville today to see David Warfield Miss Florence Lewis spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Mitchell at Holt 0 J Cox of New Bethel has been I visiting his brother at Tobinsport Ohas Furrow says he cant play much but reconds he will do to fill in Jno D Babbage Jr will pend Thanksgiving in Chicago the guest of friends Shelby Mc Cracken has moved his family to the Hamilton residence on the East side Capt Ryan of Hickman Ky was here last week the guest of Mr and Mrs L B Perkins Sam Keith says if we wont let him play he will buy a prize for some one who can beat him I Morrison Calhoon dentists once downstairs 25 Fourth atreet both V phones Owenaboro Ky Mrs Ollie Tousey and children who have been visiting relatives here J eft for Henderson Monday Mrs Cornelia Miller of Hardins burg has returned home after being the guest of Mrs Barney Squires Mrs A Bennett has gone to Louisville to live and is at home at 2122 West Walnut Street Louisville Ky l Mr and Mrs Wm Hendrickof Hardlnsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Gideon Squires Mr and Mrs B Squires and daugh ter and little granddaughter Elizabeth Squires spent Sunday at Lodi burg Miss Addle lairleigh of Louisville will spend Thanksgiving with her sister Miss Florence Fairliegh in Chicago Miss Louise Babbage will go to Louisville next Monday to spend a week with her aunt Mrs David Fairleigh 25 cents per lIb will be paid for good butter at T K Sawyers also market price for dressed rabbits pork and i beef cash or trade You dont have tbgo away from home to get your dental work done See Dr Bush Dentist at Cloverport every Monday and Tuesday except the 4th Monday NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial ef Z fnFfects Scotts Emulsion I in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nour ishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse theirchildren should take this splendid food r tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their It children iI POR SALK BY ALL DRUOaI8T8 0iiwa lea nano otbapor ana thli ad for our tiM Baflnp Bank and Child SkotohBook 1hbank contain a Good Luck Penny t S orTIS DOWNE 409 Paul St New York i I I IaI a i J If you lllcc to laugh and be happy come to our home talent entertain ment It will give you an appetite on ThanksgivingJulius of Holt was in Louisville Monday on business Mr andMrs Fred Fraize gave a very pretty live hundred party Wed nesday night In honor of Mr and Mrs Roy Heyse- rPROMINENT YOUNG- PEOPLE TO WED Engagement Of Miss Evelyn Edwards Beard And Mr John M Skillman Announced i DR MATHER TO OFFICIATE Mr and Mrs Chas La Rue Beard of Hardinsburg announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss Evelyn Edwards Beard to Mr John M Skillman The wedding will take place in the Methodist churchTues day December the twentyeighth- Dr Mather will officiate In the marriage ceremony The announcement has created not only surprise but unusual interest on account of the popularity and prominence of Miss Beardj and Mr SkillmanMr is the son of Mr Alvin Skillman a well to do farmer of Breckenridge county His fiancee Is a very Charming young girl Cloverport Day Mr and Mrs Robert E Woods had Cloverport Day at their home in Louisville when they entertained de lightfully for Mrs John Babbage last Wednesday A beautiful dinner was served and the guests Included seyeral who formerly lived In this city If you want the best flour buy the Lewlsport BEST patent flour Coal Coal Have you laid in your Win tel Coal Ifnot you had better do 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she had given up u life of ease for whom she had borne cheerfully the trials of poverty In whom she had placed her entlro faith this man to whom she had yielded herself trustingly in whom up to that hour she had be leered as the soul of honor had stood exposed us a thief and u liar To save himself from the Impending punishment of his dishonesty he was willing to trade the honor of his wife jTo maintain 1lw elf In the material Case that life thieving had brought thom for n few brief weeks he wanted jier to prostitute herself of fuonoy- X 4luid nfeuteduud threatened In hU I efforts to force her to do this thing And she driven to desperation had let him arrange a rendezvous for Ir with Captain Williams in the lattfi s rooms She stopped and leaned ugnlust a wall for support A violent trembling had soiled her and the street lights were whirling about her My God she groaned What shall I do What shall I dor The tit of faintncss passed off and she was able to collect her thoughts and consider the best course of action Whoa she hud undertaken to call on Captain Williams at that hour it was with no thought of lending herself to her husbands hideous plan In a vague hopeless way she hud resolved to beg mercy for him to see If there was not some manner lu which atone meat mid restitution could be made Now she was afraid If she went to liiu how could she approach him what could she say What would he think of her coming to his rooms at night too lIe would think and under the clrcumstnncos naturally think only one thing And she would be complete ly In the power of this colossus this ogre whom she secretly feared and de tested who so often had leered his unwelcome admiration of her when she Was IhISS to resent it Her impulse was to turn from the onionI mll Hv from her husband lear ing Mm tin the fate he merited She couldn to her mothers home and await IIKT return from the theater She vouM at iast flub a ivfiigq there But In tin innniiiiff would came the public exposure nnd disgrace No she must make ttin effort whatever the cost WhatviT tthe Bflcrifip ten minutes later she was knocking at Captain Williams apartment Tln dour swung opeu and the cap tain stood before IHT- OiiTie ri1It in thin1 Brooks he In vltdl Ive beer waiting for you- I was delayer a little sho said vthnldiy W O I 1otir liusbaiid ttrkpliduud that you were ominy Yes I know tflll words and sherump falteringly I II stood knowing noti what to sayor what i ill InquIredISuiUnV Your friend Jluwy He Just loft No Why Must have pawed you In the ele valor It does not matter Wont you sit dowuf Sho took the chair he advanced for her close to the table You must excuse the looks of these quarters ho wont on I nm an old bachelor you know and my lap valet aint allowed to dust up or clean much Knocks out all my Idea of arrange mentsIt Is a quaint place ventured Emma Yes Lived hero ever since Ive been in New York I fixed it up 10 hult myself It nlut what youd call exactly pretty but as Im the only one to be pleased 1 guess Itll do Almost u curiosity shop she com mented surveying the room with a good deal of nervousness Yes stuff Ive collected from time to time while I was at sea Got about everything I ever wanted to keep from the wheel of my first schooner down to spears from head hunters Theres models of boats and a lot of stuff You see I cull this my main cabin sort of grand salon Over there 1 bunk with my crew just ono Jap and the galleys to the rear In them rooms Sato gets my breakfast steals my looso change and lies most of the time Got another room over there Seldom uso that got It fixed up nlco nnd clvlllzcd Guess thats why I nlnt feeling comfortable If I try It These details wero of no Interest to Mrs Crooks who desired only to bring tho interview to an end as speedily as possible I came right up asked tho elevator f tc OJ ft n Agonies I Of Pain Never glvo up and think that all women yourself Included have fa suffer pain- Thousands of women have written to tell how they have cured their womanly Us and relieved their pains and over a mllllori have been benefited la various other forms of female disease dor lag the past 51 years by that popular sad successful female remedy WINE OF CARDUI i WOMANS RELIEF I believe ttwould now have been dead writes Mrs Minnie Kyu1 had suffered with bad cramping spells pains In my back sides and arms and awful bearing down pains Now these pains have all lone as a result of using CarduL At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE SymptomsThe Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Term E 39 rhboy Perhaps 1 should tare nsuru n1 the office she said Not at nlijjhe niiswered In a man nor intended to bo reassuring I III have my own way In this place I I got the money to pay for what 1 want I and there nlnt no one In this hotel I asking me any If anti jr but No one knew uio I didnt care thulII they should hear my name Its nobodys business What Im I entitled to Im entitled to nnd so long as 1 pnytint money lio one else can I Interfere with the way I run my ship I Stilt a wmnnnnt ttills hour Makes no difference although rOllII are the first Indy to call on me night or day You mean that no woman has over been In hero before I sold tthe first lady Mm Hrooks shuddered and Instlnc lively she glanced lownrd the door I You hays n telephone here havent you enptnln she asked ISIpht over there by the door he I said pointing to It Want to use ItII Not now thank you She cleared ln r choking throat and started right In to the business that hud brought her I Captain Williams since you left us J tonight Joe Mr Brooks has told me about his difficulty So Smith said Thats what I came to talk about Well that little matter can rest ho laid nffnbfy Youve called and its the first chanco Ive had to speak to you alone I want to know if there Is tiny way some arrangement No use In looking so glum over n little stolen money I want to show i you my quarters I1 dldiil conic tokee your quarters captain I came to I dont care wheat you cause for Mrs Brook ho declared with inns todonlnn playfulness I make It a rule that everybody who jrops III here man or woman has got to listen to mo spinning yarns Now Emma was becoming moro mill 1more nervous st tl T EhUw you will think mo rude but I cant delay she Insisted Too is In great trouble and some other time Ill hear the yarns J r 3fy God BK groaned What shall1 I dot He rose with mock dignity Youre on my ship Mrs Brooks Please remember every captain Is mas ter of his ship nnd If you dont listen and like itmInd you I say like itIllI clap you In double irons for mutiny Captain WJlllaras she pleaded 1 am sure that you would not dis please This little fore and after Mrs Brooks he broke In picking up the k l lj rJ4Jn model of tho ship on the mantel is a model of the Sally Moran my tlrst command out of Frisco Tints her wheel up there over the door She laid the cornerstone of my fortune but she taught me how to fight and have nerve Took her up Into the north I cific scaling and then down on the Jap anese coast Had n crew who wouldnt adorn any high back rover Captain Kldd over could wish for If there I was nay good in that schooner God1 must a saw It first and hit ItII To humor him she had the mantel And Is that where you got your awful reputation she Inquired The bushy eyebrows came down un tit the lids were hidden and his eyes shining like live coals were alone visi ble as he directed his gaze upon her Just how bad Is that awful repute Lion Mrs Brooks have meeting no mosquitoi kill n feel Well 1 guess the reason youd kill nI mosquito Isnt because Its just n mos I quito and that youd like to kill it buti because youre afraid It will bite you Aint It- YeS usdwi a j1 stud taco Mrs Brooks who if you let em go loo far theyd bite nnd If you let em bite too deep theyd kill Them were the early days of sealers It was n hard life and It made JmrdI men I aint puny better but I guess I aint no worse than lots of othersIII J would be tlxed just ns I was nt that I timeIm glad to hear you say that cap tale she declared seizing the oppor 1 tunity It opens the way for the I business I came on ulinnssrii Yes Jjjislncjjg- But Its after business hours Mrs Brooks and 1 aint half spun my yarn Now over here I want to show you n couple of spears I got from a lot of i head hunters down In the Malay nrchl pelago You may not know where that lsL but Tve always had an jdon Its j I where Cod rinHonpil ilnull the devil I after that first big row they had you rend about In the Bible I was going ashore seeing what was doing when this crew of niggers conic down on us tlmllgettingI Wo woe some cut up and all I got I out of the expedition wits one of the big chiefs wives Ho looked Into Mrs Brooks eyes Took her back to Frisco with me he added Women were scarce InSI them times good looking ones You took her away from where she belonged questioned Emma slowly and Incredulously She was willing to go No one ever beat her about the ship and she lived pretty much as she wanted three meals a tiny and no hard work What became of her DledI guess from overeating You see them two little anchors that chairs mado on But she hind recoiled from him shuddering with horror and aversion She died from overeating she In terrogated Have there been many of thoseNo learned a lesson 1 put the rest on n diet Ho seemed to think that this was particularly clever nnd humorous for ho burst Into a loud guffaw JEmma did not laugh She was more disgusted and apprehensive than ever The clock struck if Did you hear that she said 1 must Insist that you let me talk over what I came here for Eleven It aint late he replied coaxlngly Would you like a little something to drink its hot tonight No 1 thank you You can have It Just ns well as not 1 dont care for it All right only 1 thought 1 might get It for you You see when I heard you Weis coming lucre I sent my Japw nWIlrc rI Why What he dont know wont hurt blm Is there anything captain youre afraid hell find out she demanded frigidly Sit down there opposite me 1 was only thinking of you Joe has stolen souio money from you Too bath Too bad How much Is ItWhat do you want to know for 1 am his wife It Is my business to know There you go talking busines- again 1 he protested trying to be gal lant and throwing an ogling glance att her I so seldom have the pleasure of your company Mrs Brooks thatt this business thing knocks all the ro mance out of your visit I didnt Intend there should be any romance in It Captain Williams sb l retorted stlllly Mrs Brooks he went on Ignoring the snub a sallorman always finds romance In an evening spent with a aIpretty woman I can remember weI1 when the Sally Moran put Into Nagasaki for water and fresh provisions a little Japanese girl called on me and I had a terrible time I wanted to make things right nice and pleasant for her but Lord sho couldnt talk n word of English There she sat nil1 the evening grinning and making 1Ilgns while I was talking my bead off trying to tell her how much I loved neroAll my pretty speeches vrero lostHe laughed aloud as the steno ros before his minds eye Now he continued meaningly I with au Intonation Intended to be ten der when I have a girl like you who can understand I beg your pardon captain she said very coldly and sternly I mast h i t+ i f lo iit I6 u tell you that I did not como nero to make n social call I never came to a place like this at n time Hko this to talk lo a man lllte you before In niy lire 1CHAPTER X- VCAPTAIN WILLIAMS lower and his pig IleImen nor Ills voice became harsh and cruel as his natural brutality asserted itselfA man like mo ehP ho rasped Tints pretty hard language lips Brooks Please forgive mo and let me talk If you didnt come here to see nie sort of sOCIally what did you come forAbput Joemy husband What about him I asked you the amount of the def alcation You said It was your business Well its moro than 10000 Emma was astounded and her heart sank She hnj not Imagined that It could be so largo a sum 11s that the truthshe asked I aint never been noted for lying Captain Will In ins Ive conic lucre to plead with you to Arts rue nnd mp and my family from disgraceto keep him out uf jail You kirmy father You were in liuslue s with him You always llucd him 1 lid knew he wan nu honest uinu- He was ryunrc li I liU luiiIreas deal Ings with me Mrn irmUs but thats not less thou every iin bis pit to bi who deals with iiK I know tint she mill lui nmiijur becoming srppllmtiiif I lumw lhit but you must hunt suave UMpuvit fur his memory you iiiust have hall sour affection for him at 1tip time every body hnd and some pity for me in this trouble 1 thought all these things might soften you might open a Wily to sows arrangement that would save is from this exposure that scours ivbound to come tomorrow morning Isnt there sonic way out of It But he was till business now lie had satisfied llltoscl that he had wast ed his time with her Have you got the money he snapped No ITheil whats your proposition tone she confessed hopelessly hanging her head Humph he grunted settling him self in his chair I thought 1 thought you might be- n little more charitable and suggest way she murmured Your husband sent you here didnt he Yes What did ho say to you Told me I might have some inllu enco with you Put the blame on you for stealing the money didnt he How did you know that She raised her head and looked at him iu surprise I know the man Didnt he Yes Toll you didnt he that you couLl fix it up with mo to call everything off Yes thats what he said she ml mltted wonderingly Stud J suppose ho said that If y didnt como youd here to take ti blame for him going to the peniten tinny JtIt wits something like that Didnt happen to mention did to that he thought 1 liked you prettj well Yyes she stammered now utterly bewildered II think that was part of what he said1 Didnt forget that chi Well h continued looking once more straight into her eyes and putting the Issi squarely to her Im here and your here That port seems all right What have you got to say She euslained his gaze bravely urn answered though with no hope In her heart ills there any honorable way I li which 1 cnn help him What do yru moan by liouornlitcV Emma lost all untlrnre Her rtTV J I that I ld been under guch v I strain yore ettlns Uytml cciShe roc flu IMrg angrily I You In w what I moan by hI i I abl You know what any goo1 vu HI an means when she says honorable Youre beating about the bush Cn tain Williams If you want to conn to the point come to It and come t1 It quickly I am going home Now youre talking my lass h 111stalk right back to you It 1 took your opinion of me und that of your thlev Ing husband 1 wouldnt have to tall Id tell you In plain words that It you Wonted to go to San Francisco with me Id take n chance on the overeat ling and wouldnt put you on n die+ youodo then What It I did make the prop osltlon thats In your mind and wn In the mind of that sneaking husband of yours when he tried to put you mu tho bargain counter mid send you wren to me to see If Id put the price up tIII sixteen thousand What If I looked you over and was pleased and thought you cheap at that figure You say Ive killed mono Yes I have wrung tier heads off with this pond like youd sUns n chicken In the nil You cam hero for n Purpose You aint no child Whnt If I am the beast and the brute you say I am Wuntll you do then I said you was tho first lady to come In here Maybe 1 made a mistake 0but If 1 did Ill find It out before you leave this room you understand Ive talked now you tall Her reply came with withering scornNow I know that youre everything people say you are Continued on Page Seven j JJ t 1 t11 I Ji J r 7 Q un V The shooting tearing pains of neuralgia are caused by excitement of the nerves Sciatica is also a nerve painSloans Liniment a soothing externalapplication stops neuralgia pains at once quiets the nerves relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues gives 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you she cried t lire wing up her herd and clinching tine hands nt her skies I tell you Im not Weve been too tong at cross purposes What you want nil to do I know what my husband sent me for I know You can bo the Resist and the brute that ytu are he can be the contemptible cur thnt he Is lie can offer me for sale nUll you can strand ready to buy me nut Ive got something to say about It and I de sire you to Iknow that If I wanted to place myself on the market as you say I couldnt You disgust me but I shant shirk nnd I am not afraid of jrpu or of him or of any one HerdfJhe turned quickly locked the door threw the key at his feet and con fronted him unflinchingly again Theres the key to your room The door Is locked and I am alone with you You kill men You wring their necks Well Captain Williams heres your first chance to kill a woman for thats Just exactly what youll have to dor She saw the glare In the little savag OptIcs under tho beetling brows fade out to be replaced by a gloom of nil miration not the covetous admiration of her shapely panting form of her handsome resolute face hut honest admiration of the pure soul that shone In tier eyes- I knew you were that kind of a woman he said thankfulness and real tenderness In his voicelilt you hadnt done Just what you did Id a been the most disappointed man In the World What do you mean- I mean he continued almost rev erently that I banked on yoq being good and you are good I know wo men Ive bought mine all over the world frown Hindoos to niggers But I paid for cm and they was always willing to sell There aint but two kinds the good and the bad and theres no halfway When theyre bad theyre bad through and through and cant be good and when theyre good they cant be bad and theyre next to heaven I figured you good and If you hadnt been It would have kit me and hit me hard Youre safer here young woman than with your mother because Id fight for you and- Ao7rt forget I can wring mens necks IiI o chickens Emma could not comprehend It I dont understand you she faltered Maybe you menu you dont believe me he said going to the table and taking the paper he had written upon k tosYrtt conic J lerr a purpotc 1ou qfrVt 112 c14tI and then copped between the pages of one of tho magazines Here Ive tad this waiting for you Read it4 She made no motion to lakb it from his hand Well Ill read It for you he said Its addressed to that husband of yours Your resignation Is accepted I wish to thank you for your services and to assure you that your accounts with tho Latin Americau Steamship company have been audited and found to be correct F fICII BtrersSucceed Wen feveryinTng else tails Id nervous prostration ands female weaknesses they are the supremo remedy as thousands have testified F ANDSTOMACH lathe best medicine ever sold over a drugglstc counter i I- e t Thousands to Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let iit stand twentyfour hours you n J a dust sedi or or mUky- nppcnranceoCten tmvtn healthy condi tion of the kid too fre desire pass it or pain in youtheand What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr remedyfulfills kidneysliverurinarypassageand scalding pain in passing it or bad effects orbeercessity of being compelled to go often through the day and get up many andinimediatesoon realized It stands the be causeot us rcmarxawe health restoring prop erties If medicine you should bydruggists and onedollar sizes brick meat settling stringy indicates ncys quent to need attention Kilmers to highest need freebymailBinghamtonratter SwampRootIlinghumtotiN Now Mrs Brooks If youd acted In any way but what you did you would not have got this but I knew you were good and you are good Ho added with loop feeling holding out the paper to her again Its worth that much to me and a lot more to have a good woman for a sort of daughter Take It This time she accepted It mechanic allyThank you Captain Williams she said The words came In a whisper al most Inaudibly She tried to rend the writing but tears In her eyes blurred her sight You know Mrs Brooks said VII liams In a light tone and his usual voice seating himself In his chair acid looking away from her before we got to discussing this business I was tell ing you about the Sally Moran my first fihlp Now that ship hear me say shlpslll was only a schooner She walked up to him Lund Interrupt ed him smiling gratefully through her tearsWhat can I do now captain iHhp askedThe telephone bell rang as she spoke You might answer the phone he told her Im getting almighty lazy She did so Its JlmsyMr Smith she an nouncedI o thought that fellow d be nosing around Instead of going to Dos ton he soliloquized Whats the trouble Tics downstairs and wants to know If he can come up Sure he canl Yes come up Jlrasy she called The captain stroked his face thought fullyWhen you let him In you sort o mile and look Into his face ho said Hes a kind of an old baby Smith Is and It docs him a lot of good I always smile at Jlmsy slip re plied No one could help that could they line Is an amusing cuss he con ceded Ho reached for the tin of tobacco You dont mind If I smoke do you No I dont think Id mind If you committed arson Its too hot to burn up everything he laughed Besides theres a lot of folks say Ill get enough tire after my wills read They dont know you thats the trouble she said the thankful tears welling to her eyes again as she looked rat him Smith aint particular quick about getting here is he he remarked besaidSoulhero arid drop In from the ceiling What did he say Thats telling ho added puffing stolidly at his pipe Youre going to have a hard time letting that man In If you dont find the key you threw around sa careless like She picked up the key and unlocked the door As she did so Smith knocked and she let him In He looked keenly at her as she smiled up Into his face and he took the hand she extended Weve been waiting for you Jlmsy she said A glad light came Into his own eyes Emma he observed I think thats the prettiest smile I ever saw you smileHello Smith aint going to Boston tonight ch queried the captain No I guess them docks will he there I tomorrow he replied He drew his revolver extracted the cartridges with even more than ordinary deliberation and threw them on the table I Just thought Id take the pegs out of the heel1 of that shoe we were dis cussing some time since and hand em to you as souvenirs ho remarked Thank you was tho dry rejoinder Id give you the whole darn shoe added Jlmsy with heartiness only a fellow never can tell when hes going to have another soro foot Tho trouble with you Is Smith your foot hurts you before you stub your toe commented Williams- I gimstj tints right ho avowed Ueady id go home Emma 7 ro You wait for mo a moment Jlrasy I want to speak to the captain sho saidAll right he responded going out side to ring up the elevator Captain this paper shall I give it to him sill Inquired WhoBrooks Yes I would It clears you And you How can I thank you Dont mind me Only some time when you get settled down and are living happy again Invite mo up to tout Let me put on my slippers and smoke my pipe In the parlor Indeed 1 will Good night And lEmma he added ere she had reached the door I suppose I can call you fimmn now cant 17 AlwaysPay lot of attention to that fellow Smith lies an awful good friend of yoursIve found that out tonight she answered Good night Good night Emnin When she had gone the old man sat for some time smoking his pipe meditatively Finally he kicked off his slip pers rose stretched himself sat down again smiled and uttered his thoughts aloudWell Captain Bill he told himself I guess youve paid up a part of that deficit youve owed decency for such n long time RIBBON FILLETS In All Guises to Suit Time Place and the Girl With the classic coiffures tso niiirh hi vogue any number of modifications of the fillet Idea hnvo appeared to tempt milady to adorn her tresses Where the young girl or n season or st nstu coyly hound her locks of an evening with a simple baud of ribbon or velvet tied In place every time II was put on by her own more or lless skilled lingers now the girl mid the woman of every age slip Into place by day as well as bl night sonic fIcliing lttII I I once 0fany Jlglel of clilhullthIHSS 111 suit the occasion with no more iron bio than the adjusting of n belt air sure of the artlslle result In the accompanying cut ore shown n few of the most attractive of Ithe new hair ornaments Most of them as may be seen are fillets of ribbon twisted around a wire foundation curved to fit the bend and bent In nt the ends just enough to Insure 1 the or- an moats staying In piece without nin comfortable pinning The rose Is nt perennial favorite for hair decoration whether natural or artificial and It I NEWHAIII OllNAMKNTS no surprise to find this used more than any other flower attached to each end of the fillet A pretty variation however Is see in one of the groups Here attache- to n one end of a band of twisted ribbo in a soft wood green Is a cluster of natural looking cherries A few green leaves and two tiny loops of cherry colored velvet are fastened In with the stems of the fruit Another dalnt Idea Is the half wreath of flowers II lustrated by the daisies intertwined 1 with foliage nod pale green ribbonI This also IIs shaped on a wire foundn tlon but Its Irregularity of outline makes the fact less obvious titan In the others In some cases the connecting ribbon Is dispensed with entirely as In Ithe two lowest ornaments Here gold 11I silver wire may be substituted for tb We Buy FURSHides Weol I Feathers Tallow Bee w uc Clue = AppleWildeitabluhed in 185Orer half a century in Louuvfllo and can do better for you than attend or commiwon Merchants Reference any Dank in Louisville Writs for vretUy price Hit and hipping tan MeSabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY ordinary kind and either braided as In the one with the single flower where tho wire Is to bo woven in and out through the hair or laid In wavy strands of graduated length as In the simple little poppy fillet Ponrls and brilliants will never bo quite cast aside for hair adornment and severalI rhnrinlng arrangements for hairpin and brow baud nre sketch ed In the upper portion of the group near the head Frightful Fate Averted- II would have been a tipple for life from a terrible cut ott my knee cnp writes Prank Disbeny Kellihrr Minn without Buckieus Arnica Rive which cured me infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures Burns Scales OH Sores Boll Skin Eruptions Worlds bet for Piles 2Co at Severs Drug Store Thought He Was Mad The lOll Count do Lesfiops wee tray allng on one occasion In n French rail way train In a compartment with two commercial travelers- I beg your pardon sir said one of them fancying that he belonged to their fraternity nre you not n trav eler Certainly I nra said the count We tbought sol What Is your line Isthmuses Wbwhwhnt naked the puzzled commercial n lint arc they I am Introducing ship canals said De Lesseps gravely The commercial travelers feared that they hud fallen III with a lunatic and were making preparations to escape when the count handed them his card and put Ithem nt their ease Kills Her Foe Of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffeied intensely after eating or drink ing and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years oldand ant overjoyed to get my health and strength buck again For Indiges tion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints its unequaled Only sOc at Severs drug store New Method of Road Maintenance countysla Georgia are considering a new plan for maintaining the highways The Idea Is to organize a gang of road walkers to be composed of free labor that ear ho sent unvwhoro In the county on short notice and without the expense of guards as In the rat c of convicts Superintendent Wlnshlp will bo supplied with nn automobile so thin he can tirvorsp the ijj tulles of road In tho county and plan out the work In advance Experimsnt In Des Moines In Des Molnps In IIs to build a mile of experimental rond way to determine the best mot hod of construction One section will be ofconcrete another of flag covred Mfth broken stone et Cant look well eat well or feel well1 with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply take exercise keep clean and you will have long life Cumulative Value of Good Highways Improved roads are breeders of traf fic Commerce Invariably follows the line of the least resistance and rarely Is a good road constructed that much travel Is not diverted to It from other courses In addition to this It muy almost Invariably be found that new Industries new and greater produc tions spring up along the well built roads With the added commerce comes added enlightenment added so ciability enlarged business and more anti more developed und perfected citizenship Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and ner vous headaches They make pure blood yonnr dmnPRIZES FOR GOOD ROADS New Scheme In Maryville Mo to En 3courage Building Five Mile Sections Maryville Mo will attempt to solve the good roads proposition In a new way At a recent meeting of the Mary vlllo Commercial club It was decided to formulate a plan to give four prizes aggregating 7uO for the four best five mile stretches of road leading into Maryville No matter how far out the five mile section may be just so It Is connected to n complete five mile section which touches the city limits or to a section which touches such contiguous section It will be eligible for prizes The sec inICASTORIAForI The Kind You Hays Always Bought Boars the- Signature of Ck Subscribe Right Now 11IIHR1B1DltfJEllll1l11 LOW ONE WAY I COLINIST RATES I TOECalifornia Oregon and Washington Arizona Idaho Mon tans Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta R 1 Saskatohen and n few points in Texas tI4 For tickets on salelm iiSept 15 to BY Oct rl- 1SOUTHERN 15 1909 I RAILWAY IInquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete information E J C BEAM Jr A G P AIIi ST LOUIS MO IiI fIMlI Com and Go With Us ON A GRAND FR- EEMediterranean Tour We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Medeira Gibraltar Mor occo Southern France and Italy We I will pay all expenses of every kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted bI Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information 1Ilj a Limited TimeY- OU IIFor CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Price 500 a Year AND T- HEBreckenridge News Both One Year For 350 The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly completelybHas the best and fullest market reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscrip tions Two Papers for less than the Price of One Now is the time t- oSUBSCRIBE o B frtl- PMa Tfl 1 a f- tTTT I = 1 un Bacons Annual ThanksgivingI Sale Monday Tuesday and Wednesday November 22 23 and 24 Our Manager Traveled Over 12000 Miles and Spent 100000 to Bring This Sale to You At The Time This Advertisement is Being Written the Goods Have Not Yet I Arrived However The Bargains Will be Greater Than Ever Before OfferedfI I i 7 1 A Thanksgiving Gift to Charity 10000 IN GOLDaa ar m Will be given to the Charitable Institution receiving the s highest number of votes on Monday Tuesday and Wed R nesday November 22 23 and 24 the three days of our ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SALE Each tOe Purchase VoteyonAny Charitable Institution in Kentucky or Indiana can be voted for This gives you spleneid opportunity to 0 help procure for your favorite institution a magnificent gift And we shall name such low prices during these three days that you will be anxious to buy because of the personal advantagenJ i I Just to Give You an Idea of the Immensity of this Sale Read the Contents- of ji tie Following Telegrams Received From The Buyers J New York Nov 8 1909 T Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Have secured nearly three thou sand coats suits capes and dresses greatbnrgamC C Gunn New York Nov 8 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisvillo Ky Secured exceptional values shirts underwear hosiery and boys cloth inn shipped fast freight mailed de tails Moritz Mayer New York Nov 8 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville KY Expressed two thousand watches values up to fifteen dollars sell for four fortyfive Jno Mclvor Jr Now York Nov 8 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Purchased forty thousand yards dress goods and silks at big reduc tions shippedtodayJ New York Nov 5 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Purchased ten thousand dollars carpets rugs and lace curtains one fourth off Frank Schmitt fo J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Have purchased one thousand three piece mission suits at less than manufacturers cost Ohas Woodling r Address 330334 West Market St 219 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kentucky If it 4PAs t Iiy 4f 4 11tIo u JI jI New York Nov 6 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Have just closed deal for five thou sand dollars worth of millinery at fifty cents on the dollar J C Hanna New York Nov 6 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Our twentyeight stores bought seventy thousand dollars worth of import china for thirty thousand dol lars Ours shipped at once for Thanksgiving Sale Fred Ramp Now York Nov 8 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky Closeddalwith Japanese import er five thousand dollars worth rena issance lillie Kling New York Nov 7 1909 J Bacon Sons- Louisvillo Ky napkinstowolsblankets for the Thanksgiving sale at much loss than regular market prices George Elder t Now York Nov 6 1909 J Bacon Sons r Louisville Ky handk9rohiefRand Theo Brown Baltimore Mo Nov 3 1909 J Bacons Sons EyBought kimonos and dressing sacquea Mendel make latest styles less than half price K E Miller INCORPORATED f4iij c J1I iI ti wq a e 7 Managerss Letter to ni The Superintendent Supt J Bacon Sons- Louisville Ky We will be able to offer the H Greatest bargains over offered in Louisville Our buyers have hustled Iand with spot cash have landed the good things We shall do more than double the business ever done in the Bacon Store The Values will do it Get 200 more salespeople arrange for extra help in every department Very truly yours SherwoodIt Address 330334 West Market St 219 Fourth Avenue Louisville Kentucky k t hr n ip+ = r bMiyryqM r R