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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 8 Pates NO 20 Our Own Thanksgiving Celebration By Our lIITLE READERS Helen Miller of Cloverport Receives Prize for Best Written Letter in Every RespectMany y Little Thanksgiving Notes v MORE GIRLS THAN BOYS WRITE LETTERS Hollen Miller of this city received the prize offered by the News for the best written letter So many of the children failed to take pains with their writing and dropped in neatness notwithstanding their sentiments were beauti iul for Thanksgiving Prize Utter Dear EditorI am going to writo a nd tell you what I am thankful for I am thankful for my parents who take so much care of me And I am also thankful for my good health 1 am most thankful that God gives a day to give thanks I am thankful for my school and My little school friends and My teacher who is so good and kind I f Guess I will close Yours sincerely Helen Douglass Miller Deserves Second Honor I Dear EditorI am thankful that God las made mo a better girl in the Past earHe has given me good health and has et me go to Sunday school every Sun lay I am also thankful for My good ch mot teacher and kind Parents I vlUclose for this time Yours sincerely Grace Pauloy Thankful That lie Boy I thank God that I am a boy and hat I have brothers and sisters If I + ere the only child I would be spoil d and I thank God I am not spoil d and that I have a good father and lather who never do anything prse to me than make me mind the aby and go to stool I am thankful hat I have a school to go to and that have never had to suffer the effects f playing hookey age11 Bernard Lewis Splendid Thanksgiving Letter From Eva Keys Dear Editor I am going to write id tell you what I am thankful far I am thankful that god has given- e life and that he has given mamma id my sisters health 1 am thankful that god has giyen i thanksgiving So that we can cele ate It lam also thankful that god has ven us a good school teacher id a stood Prrncipal I am yours very aak ul Eva Keys age 9 From Mabel I am glad and I am thankful that I t llvjns Mabel Hawkins Most Thankful Boy ear EditorAs I have so many lags to be thankful for thought I uld Write you a few things among j many which I have to be thankful r daytd for all our blessings am thankful for so many thingsthat wit hardly begin to tell the many jgs for Which I am thankful Iam nkful for good health for having ervgth to run and play as most little P like to do I am also thankful that d has spared my life from last anktgiving until now and that I have pthrand father both living and also t1 1 have such a nice school teacher 0 1 have so Many things to bo nkful for that I shall not begin to dill so trusting I shall be with you all wishingtt 1 pleasant Day will close your tie Boy Cletus Wilson UThankfuI 1 I i For Much emthankful for the food I eat ands I doth I wear and the warm fiar Tf to sit by and the cozy house I 11 That I live in and I am glad that I have Good lioalth and Strength togo to Sunday School and my school on the hill and all other things and I am thankful for Thanksgiving Day So I am thankful That I can play and Run and play catch- Rebeckah Cilssell Simons age 9 ToMorrow Thursday November the twenty fifth is the day set a part by presi dent of the United States this year for a day of thanks He issues a yearly proclamation telling us the day to observe It is generally on the last Thursday in November We have a great deal for which to be thankful We should be thankful for our health and our many good things we have to eat also the many pleasures we have We should be thankful to go to school with our lessons well prepared and our good teacher which hears us re citeSQ you see I could name quite a =number of things for which we shouldI be thankful Beatrice Noble A Letter Of Thanks I am thankful for the blessings God has given us in our peaceful life I am also thankful for my home and my dear mother and Father that Go has spared them to be with me and am thankful for my kind teacher and kind music teacher Kathleen Squires For A Home port Dear EditorI am thankful that I have a home and a kind and haMotherme to school where I have nicemo moTeachersand for nice school mates I am thank took ful I a little brother to go to school with me Annie Elizabeth Allen on Thankful For Much yeaDearI am thankful for I am thankful for shock My Mother and father and My little sister and brother I am also glad that God gives a day to give thanks lam thankful that I have a good school and a sweet tender teacher I guess I will close Yours sincerelyCotolena yeagerel Thanksgiving v I am thankful for alot of things That I am alive and have a father mother and sister Ilam thankful thatJI can run and play and go to school was every day and love my teacher dear last I am thankful for Thanksgiving day seewhi i Thankful For SunshineaCI Dear Friend As Thanksgiving jf Day is so near here I have been for thinking of the number of things I was have to be thankful for best and first the of all Is a loving father and mother best and that I am healthy so I can enjoyhoo the summer sunshine and snows and that I can go to a good shows school and have a splendid teacher of Your lFriend Jennie Ruth ltathenyFin H Most Thankful- I he am thankful for my home God has given us I am Thankful for my dear good continued on I pageihtr Thanksgiving PrayerB- y Wilbur D Nesbit From Chicago lost 1 And let thorn sacrifice the sucrlaco or thanksgiving lsalmcvll22 Lord what have I but empty hands And aching feet from hopeless quests Andmemories of barren lands And days and years of sore unrests The ccmser that I fain would swing t Holds neither fragrant herb nor spico There are no firstfruits I may bring To heap in thankful sacrifice Shall I amid lifes stubble glean To find tho grain the harvest leaves The gaze contented and serene The while my neighbors count their sheaves There is no gold nor house nor land That I may thank Thee it is mine I may not measure with my hand Thy tithing of my corn and wino Had I all these then might I kneel J And pray with fervent easy speech That were an echo of my weal Of all that was within my reach Still I with pharisaic grace Bow down and play tho hypocrite And fling my prayer in Thy face With not a hcartborn word in it 1 Nay not in money let me count The worth of all that I have had Nor miserhko tell the amount Of what rich gifts have made mo glad Though I have tasted of defeat Still have I left the strength to rise The tempter or the foe to meet With newer courage in my eyes So thus I pray with empty hands But not Lord with an empty heart- Thoughfrom fair houses and rich lands My lines are ever cast apart Poor in all things save this That I Need never thank Thee for my spoil And that there is no haunting sigfi To break my slumber after toil JAMES CRAWFORD DIES HORRIBLY Splendid Young Man Victim of a Railroad AccidentFuneral StephensportI KILLED AT NEWPORT ARK James Crawford son of Mrs Belle Crawford died November 18 at New Ark where ho was hurt in a railroad accident particulars of which not been received The remains were brought to his home at Stephensport Sunday morning and the funeral and interment place Monday afternoon The Rev Hoskinsin conducted the services Besides a mother he is survived bye brother and one sister Mrs Harvey English The deceased was thirtyfour of age Crawfords death was a great to his family and deepest sympathy the News extends to them ROBERT PIERCE To Mr Rogers Of Illinois Central At New OrleansJust Eighteen Years Of Age appointment out of the ordinary the one thrust upon Robert Pierce week by the Illinois Central Railway Co He has been made private to Mr Rogers Engineer- of the Illinois Central at New Orleans Mr Pierce leaves today to positionIt any time since Rob cityInthe capable young man is but eighteen years of age now When he a little chap he delivered papers for News office and was one if not the boy that ever worked for Mr Tho fact thatlithe child d shows the man as the morning the day is verified in the case Robert Pierce the last two years he has been the chief engineers office of the L St L and all during his career has shown remarkable ability for railroad work The News sincerely trusts that his fortune will be stable and lead to greater things in the railroad world I SWEEPING INJUNCTION Federal Fiscal Court At St Louis Makes Permanent Restrain ing Order Against The Standard Oil Company GREAT BATTLE ON BIG TRUST St Loci Mo Nov 20A decision in favor of the Government in the suit in the Federal Fiscal Court here to dis solve the Standard Oil Company of todaythusagainst the company which restrains the holding companys continual con I trol of its subsidiary corporation and from reorganizing in such a manner that the conspiracy would be perpetuat edThe action was one in equity brought under the provisions of the Sherman antitrust law and the decison declared the control through the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey of more than one hundred concerns engaged in the beinginThe decision is sweeping the Gov ernment being sustained in nearly every point The order of the court in regard to the Standard Oil Company does not take effect for thirty days Judge Ad ams handed down the decision The opinion was unanimous as a decree and was signed by all of them and was written by Judge Sanborn Louie Ditzenbaugh Making Fine Grades Word has been received from Mary villa College of Tennesee that Louie Ditzenbaugh of this city is doing splendid work His generall average in all of his studies has never fallen below 90 per cent Mr and Mrs Meyer Here Mr ant Mrs Ike Meyer of Louisville are at the home of Mr H J May Sr for a temporary stay Mrs Meyer is keeping house for her father as Mr and Mrs Alvin Simons onSecond f rROYALlBAKING Absolutely Pure Makes the finest most deli cious biscuit cake and pastry conveys to food themost healthful of fruit properties s JOE D BRASHEAR DIES SUDDENLY At Home In Louisville Had Been Buyer For The American To bacco Company Here Many Years INTERMENT AT STEPHENSPORT Joe D Brashear died last Wednes day night at his home in the St James apartments St James Court Louisville after a very brief illness Mr Brashear had been complaining for sometime and his condition grew critical while he was in this city two weeks ago Mrs Brashear became un easy and came from Louisville Satur day night a week ago to see him Last Tuesday morning decision was made to take him to the city although he was reluctant about going Mr Brashear was sixtyseven years of age and was born in Stephensport which he fondly referred to as his old home notwithstanding his business life had always been spent in other placesOver ten years he was connected with the American Tobacco Company lor which he was buyer at this place He was also associated with them at Owensboro where he lived a number of yearsNot only a prominent business man but a most charitable man was Mr Brashear He was extremely kind and good to the poor in a quiet way He will be missed by them and by the to pacco growers of this section who had great confidence in him Besides his wife who was Miss Anne Scott he is survived by one daughter Miss Gense Brashear of Louisville and one son Peter Brashear of New York The remains were brought to Steph ensport for Interment Friday Short services were conducted by the Rev Winchell Mrs Brashear was too ill to accompany the remains from Louisville Among those beside the son and dau ghter who attended the interment were Dr and Mrs R L Newsom Mr and Mrs Harry Newsom Mrs Shelby Conrad Henry Duncan of Clo verport R K Smith of New York Mr Iglehart and James Janine of Owensboro Magic Healer Shows Remarkable Work There is something strangely wonder ful about the recovery of Chas Pate who has been an invalid for seven years Mr Pate for quite a few months has been treated by Dr Mas terson a magic healer of Troy Ind The rheumatic pains nave left the patient entirely and he is well enough to sit up in bed He is now spending his time embroidering pillow cases Dr Masterson is a woman from the old country where she received a diplo ma to practice her profession She uses no medicine and relies wholly up on mental powers Girls Having Pictures Made For Christmas The members of the Girls club are having their photographs made at Brabrandts Studio to exchange with each other as chrjttmargifti lJ r EPLEY U Leaves Cloverport Many Friends Are Sorry To See Him And Family Go Jas C Epley who for three or four years has hadcharge of the Cumber land Telephone exchange in this city and Hawesville has resigned his posii GroceryCompany Mr and Mrs Epley and little sons Fredrick and James Gilmour are great ly liked in Cloverport Their friends and the business men regret to see Mr and Mrs Epley leave here Mr Brooks of Dawson Springs has arrived to take charge of the office SWEET VOICES Brought Out in the Cantata Preparation For Christmas Progressing Immanuel is under fair headway by the singers of this city Thursday night Mr A H Murray took charge of the directoring which his son L A Murray has had in hand since the be ginning of the work In comparison with other music that has been given here one could not say taking the cantata as a whole that it is more beau tiful than David but there are sev trot parts of Immanuel very rich in deedA very pleasant feature in the task that the music students have under taken is the bringing put of new ma terial Some rare voices that have not been heard many times publicly will bring glorious surprises the next even ing after Christmas For instance Miss Margaret Burns voice She has never sung before out side the Methodist and League choirs The sweetness of her voice has just re cently dawned upon many There should be a word coined for the voice of Mrs Proctor Keithwhat- to say about it one can not think but a clear idea can be gotten when it is said she seems to sing with her wholo soul During her contralto solo one could hear a pin drop that speaks a good deal for her in the midst of that noisy bunch of twentyfour youngsters Others who have voices of much promise are Harold Murray Misses Fronnie Dean Susette Sawyer Mildred Babbage and Edith Plank Settle Estate Heirs of Thos Dooley deceased of Webster met at West Point last week and had a final settlement with the ad ministrator of his estate They were Z T Dooley of Bewleyville D H Dooley E F Dooley Mrs Susan M Currie of Big Spring Mrs M Haynos of Richardson Loading Judge Moorman In Frankfort Judge Henry DoHavon Moorman who is being boomed by his friends for the vacancy that will occur on the State Board of Control the first of tho year was a caller at the Governors office Col Albert Scott of the board was also on hand but nothing was given out as to what encouragement Judge Moor man received from the Governor Courier Journal Pr n t KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Oro Kings New isovey FOR BOUGHS fiOc Woo uPOLDS Trial BotUe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED DRHJBOONE PermanentCf fiIDentistDr Owens Office Main StrcetY Hours 8 to 12 a in 1 to 5 p m Clovcrport Kyw f STYLISH CO FORT peoqpoa r Tailor Made ABLEii All the latest patterns by and Trousers in highgrade rice Cloths made by I 1 methods Fit guaranteed abiii i erBte ployed pricei Expert tailors iHUNSCHEi jrrthect Pmel CIt60 1 JA T INSURANCECapt J District Manager Columbia Life Insur ice Co writes all kind of life insurance as licies Accident and Siok Benefits q 1toSpecial Mortgage Protection Plan Pol y See him at once H DeH f100RMANrAttorney at Law- HARDINSBURO his KY Will uracti lils profession in nil of the c urtsof BrKenrldjf8 load adjll1ln coon t r S pedal attentloi Riven to collection ro illj cases and criminal practice License iractloe InUnlted States Dlsli Cjurts Offloe over Rank ot liardlus- burdCLOVERPQRT of r I j IPLANINGI S CO Prop 8IGREGORY Kentucky I orJ J- II Doors Sash Blinds alls1 Kinds Mill Wqrk Good Material and Workmanship I w1 f f Shingle Laihs Lim Hair j f I n f all ilu beti brands Roofing I See Us Before yOU r iiII I n uytI e 2IIIM 1r ure a rusaras t Prices Reasonable I ST J I m =60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE i b Tr Dr Manna DESIGNS ti CrvrlrrlrsdtC i nron gnt I thl t II1mjuUUly II uprni tler nt I nvt ill nlr PIH4 r riunlirnI- luu her ili t l Hi- r IlI nlar1111 ii Ihron li J- riitiiutcliirptpruI ruculy I l Scientific Myw 1taae- A hndl o fllntrntnd w r 1 r t alt UIIlUlIr i ly Ifl J I i t pear t ur nitmtUttI jL Bola L i u 1 M ni dr I MUNNCo I BroaJ1I New YOl finc ii Oiflce C24 F BUXVfjhLKtvti D C T = J Checks in Exchange For Subscriptio- We I will receive merchandise checks in exchange fur subscrip tions to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News loi s this for p great many persons who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not tho money to pay for subscriptions eto 1 JNO D BABBAQE Its Origin She Who started thet habit of calling n bont sho Uo Probably the flrst man Unit tried to steer ouoCc tury i 1IiutlJIIh iJ Iw t JnAtlv 00 l t to POOR AND HONEST MEN OFliNew York Was Elected Without Contributing One Dollar To Election Funds GOOD CLEARANCE FOR ALL the age William J Oaynor the successful ting for Mayor of New York has step with the Secretary of State an fidavit as required by the New law giving the amount of the money spent by him In that canvass hich is as follows I William J Gaynor a candl and The date voted for at the public election heM in the city of New York on by November 2 1000 for the office of cent Mayor of the city of New Work in the State f New York pursuant to by section jjIJ of the penal law do hecpa state that I did not contribute or expend any money in aid of my elec tion either directly myself o 1 through any other persons We submit to the people of Ken 8 lucky the fact disclosed by this affl davit The candidate for Mayor of greatest city in the world an office second only in importance to the Presidency of the United States the made a successful race without con tnbuting to the campaign fund of his party and without spending any in money in the canvass He did npt run as a Reformer but a Democrat He did not profess the be the representative of those who are pure and better and mere party otic than their neighbors and associ ates He only claimed to be the rep ne- esentative of the average men of community not a saint whose wings were almost sprouted by Every candidate and every cam cor paign committee in New York dust file an affidavit disclosing the amount money spent in a canvass It is not worth while for Kentucky to have such a lawY The charge is freely made and generally believed that in the canvass for local offices in Fay ette county just closed there was spent at least thirty and probably forty thousand dollars According to the charges made in the newspapers i I the Republican Campaign Committee I received from some sources so far unknown contributions amounting to over twelve and probably nearer dhllaro The Demo 1cratlc1 quite as were defeated The Republicans were successful Both ought to be re uired by law to publish an itemized statement of all iIreceived with the sources which received and for what passkkpuses expended We hope the Legislature will law similar to the New York law so- that Iin the future it will be innossible iur campaign committees to receive contributions from unknown sourcesJJnut expend them for secret requtrringltICprimaii elections to be held at the ex ire of the State and a law requir stateI tetili be taken towards securing piirly ii politics 11 Till suggestion which we made that the I llepublUan Campaign Committee could have threat influence in bring jug about the passage of such a law iy the publication of a sworn itemiz ed statement of its receipts and ex J penditures as well as let the public 1 know to whom the successful candi utes on its ticket are under flnan 4 ial obligations tor contributions has U en accepted by the newspaper rep iveiitative of the Republican party a jikc Of coarse the iidea Is a juke that ihe Republican committee II 111ii oiuntarily do this in spite of tin protestations made by the Repu 44- I beingkJut we hope that saintly Republi 4 cans and sinful Democrats will join In urging the passage of such a law as that which required Judge Gaynor to suchnpublic sentiment as resulted in his beings able to file an affidavit that he i did not spend any money in his can asTith such a law governing pri maries and elections and with th adoption of the Massachusetts ballot it will be possible for men who ar both poor and honest to take part ini politics without incurring improper financial obligations and approving bribery and corruption Lexington Herald EStrange Some strange things happened at the late election Some of the strongest Republican counties in the State went Democratic and some counties wherein 1 F Ji C c j 41 Women as Well as Pdsu are Mad Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty cheerfulIEl tfOZ p ness soon disappear when the kidneys arc rnuri i I1 out of order or dis eased Kidney trouble has IprevalentIj jamen for a child to be born afflicted with peak kidneys If the child urinates too often iftime urine scalds flesh or if when the child reaches an when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble stud the first should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble both need the same great remedy mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold druggists in fifty v and onedollar urwsizeuIrrrrhavemail free also n iC M mphlet telling allr IIJ about SwrmpRoot110m mat nmCR Wr includingmany of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers therremedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and- mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Bingbainton N Y on every bottle greatest effort was made by the Republicans rolled up increased Democratic majorities For instance Farion county where the Republicans established a Republican organ with which to fight the battle Democratic party got the largest countyfnn short time ago bought the Democratic wspaper at a fancy price and by con verting it into a Republican fighting machine were going to take the county storm The results show that Mer gave a largely increased Democratic majority It looks like Republic tn newspapers are so rabid and rampant in their tirades on Democrats that they disgust their own followers ana make friends for the enemy To say the least they are failures LaRue Herald Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA The hog CropII The hog crop is admittedly small Government estimates place the short age around 11 per cent in the main hogproducing States Market experts generally consider that the cornbelt will have about 25 per cent less hogs to sell this year than last says Breed ers Gazette Receipts so far this year have been running far behind with ai shortage so farat the six principal Western markets of 1870000 head ofr 12 per cent compared with the same months last year With the high price- that have prevailed for live hogs con sumption has been curtailed In n measure but still there is only a meager supply of the hog product In store Al though hog prices have been and still are high compared with cattle the prospect is that there will be nothing in the size of the mnrketward movement or in the further shrinkage In consump tion to justify any great reduction iin prices this winter As cold weather in tensifies consumption is bound to in crease Ship Turkeys Lou Sahlio shipped twetjtytwo turkeys to Louisville Monday Ca anyone bent Mr Sahlies crop Air Haynes Here Eugene Ilnynes of Durant 1 T formerly of this place is here visiting friends again Mr Haynes is much improved in health and says thnt his family and tne other Clovorport pea ple in Durant are well Notice In as much as my candidacy and election to the office of State Senator necessitated my resignation as Coun ty Attorney of this county I am no longer restricted as to any specs line of practice in the courts and a now free to practice in all civil an criminal cases for those who wish myI services Respectfully Gus Brown Building Mr Johnson a grocer of the Ea Side is building a Ijvingtnpartme adjoining his grocery store t Better Subscribe f r 6tJ ISpecial Notice f f roOAGCO GROWERS t tI f f Iwllgive a 500 gold pieceIi for the best hand of Burley To bacco and a Pocket Knife worth A 150 for the second best hand i 119101Iinterestedmen itAll growers are requested to I bring in their samples for dis IfeeI feeII Stoves Heaters Cook Stove and Ranges GENUINE American Farm and Poultry Pence all heights r Be sure and see me before you buy I JeDASHCRAFTI Dealer in Hardware Farm Implements Stoves and Furniture IRVINGTON KENTUCKY nIWItfl1IWtW ar II + jr Mw + n + da o i bc r i I tI I Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Nov 15 1909 147 145 1143 141STATIONS 146 I 142 I 144 148 Daily Dally I Dally j Dally Dolly Dailyr Dally Dally qlUpmI 12 55 7 40 1 PM 1111 0 13 0383 Strnwbcrfy 91Ui1I 10 959 1 515 8 SD lsttoff 702 f1230 7 18 tI 2U 15 24 19 Uy Nodora f6 52 f12 lgf7 0S 931 f5 2g II 14 Stites t6 J6 12 llfZ 02 9 U7 f552 0 17 Kathryn 612 U2 OS 659 011 5 36 Uhl West Point 619 12 US U 56 sU43 15 38 IU 23 Howard 6 37 f1203 fU 61 A t950 f546 f030 Bnrtles U30 fll 03f646 f552 f9J4 Rock Haven 65 fll 481641 U 511 15 58 fO 40 Long Branch 6 19iii 40 16 33 1000 U 07 9 40 Brandenburg U 13 11 32 U 25 10 12 610 f9 56 Ekron 605 H123 U 16 1018 U 21 flO 03 lustoii 558 III 15 U OS 10 23 0 1HolJllfU Irvington 5 51 i 10 29 ru 45 flO Ig Webster 5 48 flO 67 f5 12 10 3U f6 55 flO 27 Loiliburg 5 37 flU 48 to 34 1042 fr 00 10 33 Mystic 531 110 41 526 10 45 fZ Oq nO 37 Sample 5 28 flO 37 f5 22 10 51 7 12 10 44 Stepliensporl 5 21 10 27 5 14 1054 1 fr 16 flO 48 AddIson 518 HO 22f5 10 10 Su t 18 flO 50 Holt 5 is flO 19 15 08 LI 6am 11 06 q 28 11 OU Clovrport 5 07 JO 07 4 5e f 15 603 11 09 7 31 11 03 SIeps 5 04 10 04 4 1If8 lr0 12 lYIS Ir 40 11 it Sklllman 4 56 tO 55 4 00 6 2 1 1125 7 18 11 18 Haxvcsville 4 48 913 4 36f7 48 f6 27 11 81 17 55 11 25 Petrle 4 42 fO 37 4 l7 39 fO 32 11 35 f8 UU 11 2U p438 en 32 4 241f754 726nI 45 11 48 fa 14 H 4i Iialttlau 4 20 f0 17 4 11 f7 6 53 11 St 8 22 III 40 Macco 4 19 0 08 f4 04 I 17 11 f7 03 13 03 18 31 11 51 Pates 4 10 856 3 W tf 00 7 06 12 07 8 34 12 02 Dutch 4 00 IS 52 3 51II I 0 s7 7 13 12 15 8 42 2 1U O veusboro 400 f8 45 3 i 6 50 45II Mf7 Conway 3 55 8 40 3 0 45 f7 27 12 27 f8 55 12 21 i1at1ingly 3 40 f8 30 3 34 fO 3Z 7 31 12 31 ra S9 112 24 OrlffHh 3 45 f8 25 3 30 f6 a3 fr 35 JJ3 34 fU 02 12J7 Stasis 3 42 f8 22 fS 28 0 30 25f77 S3 19 48 f 20 12 43 Deals 28 8 Oi 3 13 i6 15 7 bB 12 50 9r1a 12J5 Spottsvllle 13 20 7 58 f5 11 6 13 S 06 1255 fg 27 12 50 Liaslcett 22 7 52 f3 01I 6 Of 8 25 l 10 U 42 IO Honderson 3 10 1 g 2 55 5 55- A l1 1 M 127 10 OS 128 lioweILu 253 710 330 135 10 15 130 Evansvllle 245 710 2 30 740 750 vST LOUIS 000 884 I AM 1 M p M AMi L alff Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP I 5tdman sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers frorr east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Clovorrort to discharge passengers fron wost of Cloverport I = attHanford Linefif 5 3 2 4 DailySTATIONS DallyDally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunda 6 45 p in 10auLv w Irvington Ar 10 00 a m 6 51 P rr G 63 fllO Basin Spring f 0 40 f 5 708 11 35 Garfield 031 625V 7 18 fll 45 Hnrned f 9 ai f 5 14 i 721 11 40uJul1cUon g17 Ii fl 727 U 55 a m Hardlnsburg 9 13 506 7 34 12 01 p muJunctlon 9 06 5 7 42 f2 08 Ilrlcuf 8 57 4 00I748 f2 14 AlcQuady f 8 GO 4 I 758 12 25 Qlcndeanc 8 3o 4 8 07 12 33 Dempster H11 I 8 18 Falls of Rough 820 S 35 1 Dempster f 8 03 f 4 26 8 38 f2 Hy Rockvnleuu f 8 00 f 4 23 8 4B f12J2Vul1znnt f 7 55 f 4 18 8 48 f2 47 Asldnsuf 7 51 f 4 U I 8 Sl fie 58 Ol1kf7 43 f 106 8 57 1256 Mitchell 7 30 f 4 03 9 01 f 1 00 Fordsvllle f 7 35 f 3 59 t IU 07 f 1 00 Alitchell f 7 20 f 3 53 U 24 t 1 28Dundee n f 7 10 f 334 9 32 f 1 81 Sutmydale 7 01 f 3 20 9 39 f 13g Combs f 654 If 3 1U 9 5i pm 1 55 p m HARTFORD 610 a m 3 05 p i h = Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or business I If you do yt may find lust what you need in this department If you are intern cd in any of the following proprieties write us at once for ownei name and address If none of those places suit you write us at on tolling us what you want and where you want it andi introduce you to the man who has tho very property y- are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being product and fair in price Do You Want to Sell your farm or business Gljry want cash for your property send price and description at on and let us show you how wo bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for tho purpose of onabli buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quicksa Jno D Babba from Webster 2H miles rum 160mile 80 acres tit treh lund and SO acres in gruBno wfte land new house and large new barn buIlt last year For further particulars write to Juo D Utibbage Otovorpout ICy Smiles from Quston3 1lr Httnorts pOOUU 3 miles from Jrvll1 ton well watered Icy a well j Rood young orchard Rood timber i un ural route scliool Louie few yards froti liouhu Imurovorountsj good four room dwolllnjr with kitchen on back porch two good birnsliirn nod lunont house und els tern buck In the Held moat und hon house woodshed will nel 1 ion easy payments plenty or sm11 fruit lumbar particulars address Jno D IJabbage Oloverport ICy ACUE FARM 5 room cottage hall and 67 porch Iin good repaIr good istall stock barn two good sidu sheds crib good meat houso and hen house and a variety of apples pcacbosanti rupis B good well and never fullingspr1n for stocK wuter 200 yards oast of llardlnsburi In oasy dlstunco to the lllfjb i drool building when erected 100 acres four mllos west o 000For42t smiles from rllllCh railroad all frosl land 100 ucros In cultiva tion M acres In grass will product tho best corn wheat and tobacco In neighborhood dwellinggood stablo 3 tobacco burns 8 tenant houses Picut good timber for farm purposes good land to clear 1rlco 12000 V cash C3 852 acres on Hardlnsliurg and 5 r 950 Falls ot SInking road 8 miles from Sample Improvementsltwo onestory dwellings house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation ana pasture 22S acres tn timber whIte oak black oak beech and sugar tree all goou suo Ilenty of good 0 1 ij riff i0 h cnebloodFOR SALE Storo house und dnclllnff C reOloverportwlngthbargalrexchange J AyewellS t750 JM Falls acres on awdinsburg ntrom1tlinhnr tlJIJHooehuhauledSUltablQitobacco Wilterroundbuiattreasyw FOIL 5 under LEA farm contalning2501tcrpi chara6one tenant house alpout luO apple anti bt p lnrlputling9avinyard I q hlunco In soygrovespplIwlrotJlJnrIiii a tS0Clong drumand J surroubyJ tointo c hualAn I wantetoIs J turthcrpulara01port it hvi h i i- T ClermontII for the North river steamboat CIcrmonti wjjfe tills paragraphs The rules which arc made for order niul nnitiipfH hi tin boat lire not to ho abufcd Judg meat fun II be iKcordltiK to the letter of the law Gentlemen wlfhlm well to fo public mud lififiilI tin eflnbllfh that will fet the propriety of ftrtci juftlce ahd tIll Impropriety of the Jcnft liupofltluii on the purfe or feel Ings of nay Indlvldniil One of the rules on the Clerniorit rend It Is tot pennitted for any person to lie down In a birth with their boots or shoes on Under n penalty of one dollar and a half mad half a dollar for every half hour they may offend against this ruleNew Yorlc Post intoExile i VVni Uphurch of Glen Oak Okln was anoxlle from home Mountain air ho thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that bad defied all rem edies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after Ink lag six bottles I iant as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desper ate lung diseases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sol e Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whoop ing Cough sOc and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co ThoughtMotherIs that yeti ate jUi tUat calc without giving a thought to yojir sister herII every second I was afraid all the time that she would conic bcforo 1 has eaten It up NOTICE When sending a news item to this of lice please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor I IKills Her Foe Of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Hayncsvillo MeIfwas Dyspepsia I suffered intensely alter eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After ninny remedies had failed and several doctors gave mo up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat am thing I am 70 years oldand nut overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indiges tion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame flack Female Complaints its un equaled Only 50III Severs drug store No Influence During a municipal election In a town In youngIndyone of the candidates called at a openedbyI have called to solicit your vote on behalf younghulyBut its not me thats got Ithe vote Its ma tuna replied the woman Yes said the young lady hut 1 yourhttltiMe Inflooence him mild Ithe good wife I lilt nae Inflooence wl him Only this morning I asklt him to wash the floor afore be went out and he wadna tine it Hives eczema itch or salt rheum sets you crazy Cant bear the touch of your clothing Donns Ointment cures the mot obstinate caset Why suffer All druggists sell it- Personal and Real Lord WellesleyV iilddccnmp Hop pet wrote a honk of travel and culled It his personal narrative lord Wyllisj ley was quizzing It and sold to Lord Plunkot Personal narrative what Is a personal narrative Lord Plunkot i What should you say a personal nar rative meant Phi nket answered My lord you know we lawyers III ways understand personal as contra distinguished froth real J Ii9iJOtvvKfiL xKvMti tin d 6otQo thd tl Pi qfprU tt 1 aduJf tvzu Ld Glo y- vr U tyy t if Why shouldnt Mary have a good time now and then with her I friends Johns dinner will be just as well cookedsince a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker is in the house it will be just as hot and steaming Mary paid nothing for the Cooker she saved coupons out of Mothers Oatsan- dother Mothers Cereals and secured 375 Cooker free She saves 80of her fuel bills she hardly goes into the kitchen at all and she isnt forced to bend allafternoon over a hot stove she arises an hour later than usual and doesnt have to rush down stairs to prepare Mothers Oats for breakfast The coupons are found in 0 Mothers Oats regular and family sizes Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy Mothers Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Wheat Hearts the cream of Oatmeal tho wheat Mothers Old Fashioned Graham Mothers Hominy Grits Flour Mothers Corn Flakes toasted Ask your grocer to tell you how to get a Mothers Oats Fireless JCooker free If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and yours and well tell you all about the free FirelessCooker and send you a useful souvenir free THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANYOPE- RATING MORn OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTIIER ONB CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN ALNDANYORKST PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTSBURGH LOUIS DIPLOMACY A Vaguer Threat That Meant Nothing but Brought Quick Results The late Lord Salisbury some ycar ago sent a foreign olllie emissary to make sonar demands of a Swab Amer knit republic llefoiv setting out on his mlHstoii the emissary to whom his lordship mud explained the exact na ture of the demands desired to be In fonjied as to the course to tithe If after he hud said everything there way a refusalOh answered Lord Salisbury this Is not a matter In which we have the least thought of lighting If the president refuses why you will simply have to come home again The emissary Went and bad his say to the president of the republic who blankly refused to give In and the diplomat retired to think things over A few hours Inter he wrote to the pres ident 1 regret that your excellency dos not see your way to recognize the just ness of the claims which 1 have had the honor to present I have now to say on bebalf of her Britannic majes tys government that unless your ex cellency yields on all points which I have named It will be my painful duty to act on the second half of my in structions Under this vague and slgnlllcaiit threat the president yielded at once London TelegraphI t CASTORIAForI Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Signature of i HAUNTED ALASKAN ISLAND Ghosts of Russian Exiles Who Died of Starvation or Torture To the south and west of Kodlak distant about 100 miles and forming one of the SumlIIhllI group Is the Island of ChlrlUof the haunted Island of Alaska Enshrouded for a great portion of the time vjth almost Impenetrable fog this lonely Isle Is an object of terror to the natives who claim It Is haunted by the ghosts of Husslan exiles The natives will not go near the Is land saying It means certain death to invade the canny confines timid there are few men In the far north who have the temerity to test the truth of th many sad weird tales told of this for bidding and barren Island Shipmasters nand sailors passing the place assert that the agonizing cries of Russian exiles sent there to starve or the by torture are sometimes heard on quiet nights while the clink of chains and the sound of blows are tes tilled to In an allldavlt by a white man who once attempted to remain there for a week and who nearly lost his reason Tamum Tribune Girls Victims of headache us well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt turn from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and ner vous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them JWc at Severs drugstore What He Wouldnt Take The bartender grasped the man next time stove by the shoulderI and shook him until he was awake Here Xeph be told him youd better go out and gut some fresh air Itll do you good Zeph merely grunted drunkenly and huddled back In his chair The bartender tried It again with like result You wont gQt out wont you be roared angrily Seining the unfortunate Xepb by the collar and the scat of the trousers he escorted him ford bly to the alley Get out there in tho air and brace up was his advice Y kin put me out if y like but Zeph straightened up with drunken dlgnltyye cant make mo take no air durn ye Everybodys Magazine A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Noo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens ArnlcaSalvo wholly cured him lufailable for Burns Scald Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 2c at Severs Drug Store qrw The Bank of Hardiitsburg and Trust Company HUB F HEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapItal P COOOOMolris Eskridge M lL BEARD Surplus anJ UnaG WJBcurd CashierD1 S Richardson t KincheloePAUL1 1 C V Robertson Assistant Cashier 1I I 00000II B F Beard = iV Pays 3 per cent on time deposits no more Three per cent is as much as the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely managed bank can afford to pay o1r b lraestrl Ostl + t OStttt A WANTED E1m Hub Timber I I II1 I I I III I 11111111ENLARGING ROOMS Optical Delusions Wrought by Clever Interior Decorations The problem of making a rather small low celling dlulug room look bigger and loftier was successfully solved recently III one home Until the 111111l this fall the wall paper was in a dark green figured pattern extending three quarters of the way to tin celling where a white rail met a border of light green The effect of this was make the room look low while tllII pictures In white frames took up much space and appeared spotty The first move was to banish the IpKI tures aural give till figured paper a coat of light but beautiful bluish green nil cluilnt lea ring tho paler green frieze IntactThe new color scheme made tin Iroom appear more spacious and serve admirably no a ibackground for two handsome old pieces of furniture tburtII were household treasures One vis a buffet nod the other a desk will an upper part Inclosed In glass tllJ twas utilized as a ilonet for fine china A couple of marine views In wa trit colors D by 1 inches wereset tlai against the wall covered with glass and held hi place by bending Tv high class designs cut from a wall pa per frieze showlug artistic marine views In tones of green were treated In the snare way A globe of sliver fish was placed In this sea room as the mistress of the house called It and contributed to the attractiveness of time apartment The old grained woodwork gave way to white enamel with crystal knobs on the doors The curtains filmy lace ones were placed next to the window panes electric lights In the ceiling re placed the chandeliers and contributed to the effect of spaciousness produced by this Innovation Farm Posted I have posted my farm ngiust hunters Jas Tinuis Subscribe Right Now Eff RI1 IIIICalifornia Oregon timid Washington Arizona Idaho Mon IiLana Nevada Now Mexico Wyoming Mexico Alberta H Saskatohcn and a few points in Texas ffI saleI1909 IM BY Tfl- ESOUTHERN RAILWAY IInquire of any Southern Railway agent or write me for complete Wf information I J C BEAM Jr9 A G P A II ST LOUIS M- o1daljeitf67detlad1 I Quits A little girl was In the habIt of telling stretchers Her nuntle told her she could never believe tier and to warn her related the tale of the boy who called Wolf wolf mad how the wolf really did come ono tiny amid ate up all the sheep Ate the sheep asked the child Yes All of them1 Yes nil of theta answered nuntle Well said the little one 1 dout believe you cull you dout believe me So there Harpers Mv child was burned terribly about the face neck and chest I npplied Dr Thomas Electric Oil The pain ceased and the child saute into a restful sleep Mrs Nancy M Hanson Hamburg N Y u m 11 Electric BittersSucceed When everything else fails In nervous prostration nnd female weaknesses they are the nupremo rcmedns thousands have testifiel RANDSTOMACH It Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter JI Needed at Once Say old chap 1 want to Introduco you to a friend of mine lies temporarily embarrassed and wants to bor row S5 Cnn you accommodate him Weell what does he want It for lIe owes It to meClevolnnd Lender 1 DONT WORRY ABOUT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS r SEND YOUR FRIENDS EACH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS tHave you a friend mother father daughter or son brother or sister nephew or neice away from home j soremember them Christmas with their Home Paper To see how much folks enjoy the News read Wll what they say about it every week CSend us the dollar and we will mail you a receipt with a Christmas t l subscription card for you 1 to send the one for whom you ordered the News Send your orders in early and relieve your mind about the selection of your Christmas gifts l1 I 4 It JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLOVERPORT KVI t a r TTI T 0 u I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D DADBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO i I Issued Evory Wednesday Snbpoription Price 100 a ycnr in advance CARDS pF THANKS over five linos charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per lino Money IB advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please aatify us 00rrr I When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as won as the now addr- essEIGHT t PAGESl CLOVERPORT KY WEPNESDAY NOV 24 1909 Stand upright speak thy thought declare The truth thou hast that all may share Be bold proclaim it everywhere They only live who dare Sir Lewis Morris Jr Before the News goes to press again another day of Thanksgiving and prayer is to be observed in this good land of ours for the mercies and benefits bestowed in tho past year Let us allas good t citizens go to our several places of worship on that day andrender unto the Lord the service properly duo Him for the multitude of blessings given Every good and law abiding citizen oves this much to his community Therefore it is proper for you to lay aside your worldly cares and business perplexities for this one day at least and servo him who controlls the destinies of all Do not be niggardly about your time use it for a good purpose and the rewards are sure to follow As to turkey and cranberry sauce let all partake who can and may your joy be full Give thanks unto tho Lord for He is good and His mercies cndureth forever The Republican candidate for County Court Cerk of Jefferson county who was defeated by over 3000 votes is contesting the elec tion So they are contesting in many other points in the State but if a Democrat asserts this right under the law they come around with hands up in holy borrow The fact is we suspect that tho Demo crats lost their nerve in the contest they put on foot in this county arid afterwards withdrew They never had a better opportunity to count out 250 illegal ballots whichwould have elected every Dem ocratic candidate on the ticket and this would have been absolutely just under the law as the Republicans voted and counted these illegal ballots Tho new road will bo open for passenger travel to Madisonvillo about the 15th of December President Irwin of the Henderson Route will run a special train for the occasion taking many people from the new stations along the route into JYIadisouville where there will bo a big day for everybody President Irwin was down over his road last week seeing that everything was in good shape for tho winter A wonderfulamount of work has been done on the road this summer and it goes into winter quarters in splendidshape Tho sheriffs over the State have been slow iin making their set tlements with the State Auditor at Frankfort and there is a scarcity of funds in the Treasury It is said that within u month after reaching his home in New York Dr Cook was receiving 3000 a night for lectures on his polar trip V ExPresident Roosevelt is receiving 1 per word for all the let ters he is writing from the African jungles to a New York magazihc Tobacco will bo moving lively next week It has been a splendid season for stripping and nearly every grower is ready for delivering Wilbur Wright received 12500 for his daring airship ride over the Hudson from tho Battery to Grants tomb and back Notice the label on your paper and before time expires if you do not want it stopped GREEN RIVER J GRADERS NAMED For Receiving Points in Daviess and the Four Adjacent Counties- APPORTIONMENT OF CROP MADE The Board of Control of the Green River District Tobacco Growlers As scciatiou completed a two days session Saturday afternoon adjournicg subject to the call of President Berry The sale and distribution of the 1909 tobacco was practically agreed upon at a tweet ing held Friday night However tho growers will be asked to ratify the saleRealizing that a sale is probable at once for delivery in the near future the board selected its graders on Saturday as follows Daviess countyAt Curds vlllo W G Riney in Owensboro J C Tinius Jesse Gregory J M Taylor T M Maple James Allen Breckenridge county Irank Ruppert at Glondoane and J J Keenan at Cloverport Mc Lean countyJ C Settle and Sam Glenn at Calhoun Hardy Benton at Livia L T Boyle at Livermore and E B McEuon at Sacramento Ohio v county fLonnie Phillips at Narrows Albert Quissenberiy and James Withers 1 N y f 1iw Jn I Ii T J rat Fordsville Hancock county J B BuJNo selection of a grader was made for Whitesville and those who pool with the Green River Association at Whites ville are notified to meet at 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon November 84 to elect a grader No Deliveries Yet The poolers are also notified that no tobacco must be delivered until it is called for because the Association is not in a position to handle any tobacco yet When the sale Is finally made the pool ers will be notified of the fact andwill also be instructed where they are ex pected to deliver The same method of apportionment followedlast year will be adopted this year the poolers being arranged In alphabetical order and the apportionment among the buyers made on a basis of 100 acres publishedthat boughtthetrue Mr Clarke has not even made a Heboughtprospective and probable buyer this year but has not yet completed his in vestigation Mr J M Vaughan has wired President Berry that he wants in ou the tobacco sale and the deal will not bo closed until Mr Vaughan can be nttendingMsThe Apportionment The apportionment as agreed upon is as follows To the American Tobacco Company j I 2600960 pounds to be delivered at OwI cusboro onehalf of the delivery at Cal houu all that will be delivered at Curds villc Livia Sacramento Livermore Deanefield and Whitesville 500000 pounds at Fordsville and 400000 pounds atNarrowsTo Imperial 3500000 of the Owensboro delivery and probably all of Hancock county and the Hartford de liveryTo James Hodge 1500000 pounds bf the Owen loro delivery- To the Gallaher Limited onehalf the Calhoun pool and a portion of the Ow onsboro pool R E OFlynn will be given some but this allotment is included in the American assignment There is yet uncertainty about points in Breckenridge county except Denno field because of the death of J D Brashear the American Companys rep resentative at Cloverport and because that compniiy has decided not to put up tobacco this year at Hardinsburg Owensboro Inquirer HARDINSBURGNEWS EVENTS Thanksgiving Service Tomorrow Democrats Except V G Babbage Withdraw Contest Other Items MISS KENNEDY RESIGNS Mrs S A Pate of Hopkins ville is visiting here until after Thanksgiving- Rev Foreman one of our exresi dents was here several days last week from Narrows Ohio county Davis Dowell of Garfield has rented the Foreman property now occupied by Sam Marshall Mr Dowell will shortly move to town to be in readiness for his work in the County Clerks cffie where Herbert Beard takes charge January first He is an admirable Christian gentleman a good selection for Deputy in this responsible office Principal J Hale Edwards of the County High School goes to Glendeane Friday to make an address to the students and patrons of that flourishing school The High School and the Public School will dismiss today for Thanks giving to resume work Monday The pupils of St Romuolds are re hearsing at the city Hall for a Christ mas entertainment Mrs J E Kincheloe and her mother Mrs Mamie Moorman left Sat urday morning to visit near Henderson until after Thanksgiving Mrs M H Beard and Mrs John J Me Henry of Louisville were guests of Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough two days last week At the second test spelling exercise of the pupils iii the seventh and eighth grades held Friday afternoon Miss Clara Whitworth won the prize Miss Alin Waggoner won the first two weeks agoDr and Mrs Arthur Mather were guests of Mr and Mrs D C Moorman- T C Lewis is having his jewelry store repainted and repaired- Dr W A Walker will soon move in to his handsome new residence on Louisville street Marvin Beard holds tbo record here for bagging birds this season Supt elect Driskell went to Irvington Saturday to attend a teachers meeting Fred Moorman of Louisville was here a few days last week visiting friends and joining the sportsmen in bird killing Mrs Louis Jarboe and children are visiting at Chanault John Heston one of the Countys best citizens was hove from Basin Spring last week Mr Heston leaves soon for California to make his home thereMiss Fannie Kennedy has resigned as teacher of the Shellrnan school near town Supt elect Driskell has been employed to work the remaining six weeks which he can do finishing the school on the Friday before he will take his office on the following Monday Isaac Pile of Duncans Valley was in town Saturday Godfrey Ball returned Saturday from a months drive with a St Louis drummer He had been in thirteen Kentucky Counties besides dropping down into TennesseeUnion services will behold at the Baptist church Thursday The discourse will be delivered by the Rev Isaiah Cline of the M IJ church Rev Cline was at Falrview church near Mook Saturday and Sunday where Quarterly meeting was being held Dr Mather addressed the Garfield school Monday From there he went to Webster where he preached at night Under the auspices of the High School Dr Mather will deliver a free lecture on Friday evening at the City l j f iIl PROSPEROUS HOUSEWIVES OF THE GREAT WEst il Believe in Peruna Praise Peruna Use Peruna I 91Rs 91ARY DEPPER Catarrh of Stomach Mrs Mary Dapper La Crosse Wlof writesI too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of catarrhal troubles In various forms elJ can truly recommend Peruna as the best remedy for catarrh of tho stomach You advised a treatment Which I took until I felt well again I was glad to know of something which would ro llovo me and in allttloover Ihreo months Peruna had successfully rid my system of nil traces of catarrh- I therefore take great pleasure In Wishing you every success Now Sleeps WcU Eats Well Mrs Jacob Leupji Route 1 Iletnus Mich writes J want to thank you heartily for your kind advice and great medicine I am taking tho fifth bottle now and it has cured mo I am able to do my housework and tho diarrhea has ceased en tlrolyTHE WESTERN FARMER KEEPS PERUNA IN HOUSE THE Hall His subject will be The Day of Small Things The pupils of the Eighth grade in the Public School last week selected Ex celsior as their motto lor the year The Seventh Grade selected Success is our aim Their work evidences the appropriateness of their selections Atty Claude Mercer is in Louisville and m Hardin County this week on legal business If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Senator Gus Brown was in SaturdayHerbert M Beard County Court Clerk elect moves to town this week going into a part of Mrs De Jarnettes residenceTaylor Beard is erecting n commodious stock barn ou his premises near the depotMrs Luke B Reeves is visiting ElktonThe atI election contest cases have all been withdrawn excepting that of V G Bibbage for County Attorneys place Jesse Eskridge was given the certificate of election upon the face of the returns It is likely that Dr J H Hart will prosecute hiscontest before the Lower House of the General Assembly for Representatives place Dr Parks of Irvington was declared elected upon the face of the returns Born to Mr and Mrs Tas Witt Nov 18th a girl Mrs Me Mullen is visiting her parents at Falls of Rough Mrs Mathor returned fr m Glendeane Monday after a visit of several days to Mrs D C Moorman Born to Mr and Mrs Jesse R Esk ridge of Owensboro on the 20th a flue 10 lb boy Mr Eskridge will sbon move to this city and will erect a residence here in case ho holds the County Attor neys place the next four year- sROSETTA June Woods of High Planes was here on business Saturday Some who heard the Dynamite and guns used in a Charivari at Custer Monday night became frightened and thought that night riders had invaded that place Misses Pearl and Mary Gllllngwaters visited Mr and Mrs Gao Milburn at Custer last Wednesday suddenlyI17 111 r riifi 1 I ct j i toJPWoU1W 4 z- 11RS JACOB LEUP I was very poorly could not sleep at night my whole body ached NowIcan sleep well everything tastes good to me I took four kinds of medicines from the doctor but I grow worse instead of bettor I was aflllcted with systomlo catarrh once before and Pcruna helped mo I will toll every ono about It for It saved my life Peruna Is manufactured by The Pcruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ohio THE YEAR Owensboro ill is not able to be out though improv ing slowly Horace Rigsby who was under the influence of Whiskey caused some little disturbance here Saturday afternoon He became so boisterous that Mr Kasey had to put him out of his store and Jock the door then he tried to cause trouble with some who were passing by BIG SPRING It you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour I Quarterly meeting at this place November 27 and 28 Rev and Mrs Scott of Vine Grove spent Sunday right with Mrs Gal lowayMr Van B Nelson of Harrodsburg spent several days with Mr jess Clark bon last week and hunted Orlie and Price Bush came from Lakeland and spent several days with their parents Mr and Mrs Jim Bush last week There will be a social given at the parsonage December 3rd All the ladies of the church are requested to help prepare a lunch Time proceeds go toward buying furniture ten cents Mr Craycroft and pupils will give an entertainment on Thanksgiving even lug Proceeds go toward a library Miss Myrtle Moorman leaves this week for Murray to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Asher Graham Rev and Mrs King went to Custer SaturdayW Doran who has recently returned from Texas was here Friday shaking hands with friends He and Mrs Doran will live on John Hicks farm near Brandenburg Ch5dr n Cry FOR FLETCHERS C ASTORIA A FOOL THERE WAS Notable Company At Macauleys Theatre Next Monday For Entire Week When Frederic Thompson brings Robert Hilliard and a notable company of players to Macauleys Theatre Lou fj I Vki I nrJIg no n 1ECIU Systemic Catarrh Mrs Jennie W Cecil Big Cabin Indian Territory formerly House keeper for Indiana Reform School for Boys writes Six years ago I had la grippe which was followed by systemic catarrh The only thing I used was Poruna and Mans alln and I have been in bottor health tho last three yoars than for years before i I give Peruna all tho credit for my good health Now Has Good Health Mrs Mlnnlo LapponbuschBPD Buckley Wash writes- I was sick and gave up tho doctors hero Bead Tho Ills of Life Ithought perhaps Poruna would help mo and after using Peruna and Manalln I am healthy I have had two children since I was sick and work In tho house and outside also I uso Peruna for all kind of Ills and consider It an excellent med icine I havo sovon children I can do any kind of work I keep your medl ciuoln tho house almost all the tlmo I can do all of my housework alone which I was incapable of doing before I wish with all my hoart that every suffering woman could know how Pe runa helped mo Pain In Chest Mrs A W Gustin C209 Lake Ave St Joseph Mo writes that she had a severe pain and ache In tho left of her chest from which she suffered a great deal Sho took three bottles of Poruna and was cured ROUN Admission isville next Monday for the week in Porter Emerson Brownes much dis cussed playIIA Fool There Was theatregoers wilt have an original pro duction down to the minutest detail So complete and satisfactory was the presentation of this unique play at the Liberty Theatre NBW York last spring that it became a matter of personal pride with Mr Thompson that it would suffer no deterioration during the pre sent season which is to include only ia few of the principal cities The original players including Will iam Courtleigh Katherine Kaelred Nanette Comstock S K Walker George Clare Emily Wurster Edna Conroy M B Snyder and others of peculiar personal fitness for the strong ly defined types were at once placed under long contracts Miss Eliza Johnson Receives Appointment Miss Eliza Johnson has been appointed head nurse at the city hospital of Louisville with a salary of 1000 a year Coal Coat Have you laid in your Wins ter CoalIf not you had bettor do it nowVhilo weather V isLgoodand price low 1 1 oi City Coal Co JAS M LEWIS Prop Cloverport Ky Office Gregory Co Phone 35W t rS- u A Reliable CATARRHI Remedy I r t E1S Cream Balm FIYS reaatM cotNeireaF JYFEYERhealsl P1 protectstbo 4 brano resulting from r- f 19fr storeN I FEVE Taste and Sincll Full size 50 cts atDrug y centsythe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 24 1909 = PERSONAL i LOCALi f Mrs Chas Hook Is ill Fresh oysters celery at Sawyers Fred DHuy has been at Sample hunting We pay 25c Ib for good butter at Sawyers Y Miss Bernice Rolf has returned from f Trfbinsport Atmores Plum Pudding at T Ir Sawyers Wm Embry is ill at his home in the West End- Wanted Fresh Pork at Market Prt T F Sawyer Eating apples Bananas fresh Celery at Cabbages Send us your order for monogra- paper J D Babbage Wanted 1000 Rabbits at T F Sawyers Grocery Initial monogram paper made to order by Jno D Babbage Mrs Hoffious Behen and daughter ate visiting in Hawesville Large Grape Fruit 3 for 25 Cran berries 10 c qt Sawyers Grocery Mrs Lucy Temple has gone to Green ville Miss to spend the winter Mrs Otto Tague and daughteri Bernice have returned from Ohior Mrs Casper Whitehead of Tobin port has been visiting Mrs Dunn K J Martin of Owensboro was the guest of Miss Rachel Jackson Sunday Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter AnnI Murray have returned from Louisville Dr Harold Beard of Livermore wasI the guest of Miss Ray Heyser Sunday Miss Cleona and Stella Weatherho- spent Thursday and Friday in viners dRughterldlssHelenhave ville Harness leather and all kinds of attachments for wagon harness at Dab bagesRev Graves was at the Presbyterian church Sunday and had large congre gationsMr Mrs J C Epley and sons James and Fredrick will leave this week for Evansville Mr and Mrs Henry May gave dinner Sunday complimentary to Mr and Mrs Ike Meyer- Superintendent Joe Trent of Breck enridge county was the guest of Mi Margaret Wroe Sunday od1downstairsce tb phones Owensboro Ky Monogram paper 24 sheets and envelopes to match fine quality 1 a bc tied up in Christmas style J D Bab bage V G Babbage will go t the country any 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contest Miss Tuln McCoy received 119 votes and landed tint prize a box of choice candies Miss Blanche Jolly received 100 votes and i won second prize a box of chocolate candy This contest totalled 1170 Grand total 3650 The ladies in charge very much ap preciate everything that was done to contribute to the success of the evening Everybody and his girl came out and all had a genuine good time Thanks are due Geo Compton for his grapho phoneand to W W Keith for the use of his hall I Handsome Price L L Gilliland of Mystic sold his crop of Burley tobacco 1yz acres which brought him 175 IINOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Y- OURWINTERsuiii I II I II- ORI = I OVEFLCOAT I IIWhenthe Stock is Complete I IMens Suits from 350 to 15IIAll the latest styles fastidious are shown here to suit the most I I and Childrens dressersIIIMens Overcoats and Rain Coats from 2 10IIIJ 15 Boys and Childrens Overcoats from mi I 125 to 750 I IIri good quality and low prices Ladies Cloaks Skirts iI = and Suits all colors and styles at the lowest prices IIJ Ladies Cloaks from 3 to 1250 Ladies Suits II at 15 all colors long coats SHOESI handle the Star Brand Shoes Star Brand Shoes are better We walk on Stars so can you if you buy your Shoes from me ED F ALEXANDER Irvington Ky r r 1 r a j r rassr w r eoassaras IFULL I I I Novelized Walters From By Great EugeneII JOHN W HARDING CnJJCopyright by G W Dillinjham To be Continued CHAPTER XVI IT there you arc fMrs1rln U lit her sonlnhiw I thought you were going to meet us said Betb with a toss of tier head We waited until every one had left the theater snorted her mother flop ping Into a chair and fanning herself Jagrousl + Tllmi sorry I forgot explained JBcqpks who this time spoke the truth Forgot forgot Thats a nice ex cuse I I kJ aid 1 was sorry he snapped IVQ been worried about something else Just spoiled the whole evening leav ing us there to be Insulted by a lot of men declared Mrs Harris When we were standing In front of the theater waiting for you a snip of a boy came tin to me and saW Hello little one arent you lonesome wIIY t thought he spoke to molt I flfljrmed Beth 1Tier mother looked tit her indig nantlyNo lie didnt she retorted with asperity I guess I know when Im spoken to The very ideal Wheres Emma Brooks told her that she had gono outfor n few minutes Who with demanded Mrs Harris promptlyI she wont mono You thinkI she went alone Dont you know I dont see how you dare let your wife so out alone In this part of New York at this time of night Well nobody stole you growled Joe so I guess Emma 11 get home safely Something has probably de tamed her Tints all I know about It If sho wants to tell you more when she comes thats her business not mineI certainly do not approve of her being out without a proper escort It isnt ladylike What I want to know is where didIshe go Insisted her mother Brooks turned upon her and an oath almost escaped him as he snarled You want to know a good many things but it seems to mo that n man and his wife can have some privacy I told you she went on business If she wants to tell you nil right but dont try to mothorlnlow it out of me The cut ranee of Emma and Smith stopped on Mrs Harris lips the wrath ful retort that hnd risen to them She rose anti noted her daughter with an air of maternal solicitude Ah ihortv you are dear Whore have ya been Weve been so wor Tied I am a little lute We were wondering about you und Joo wouldnt tell said Both SinliliI reassured them I vys inking care of Emma all right lie declared You sec Im a sort of utility man with tho ladles always trailing along In the rear ready tojouch my cap and do nil the chores and errands necessary Kmmii had taken no notice of her husband whoso eyes from tho moment of Jr u1 fipponranco had been glued uvldly ui ou Tier 1l2jvas nothing In her demeanor to indicate that sh had succeeded Indeed she appeared l1glilIJt lWV2rU outamks qaJorthe emotions of thn night had left her TSihaustod to the point of breaking down Ills anxiety slid apprehension Increased as he marked her condition Whore did you meet her he demanded of Smith with an effort On tho way home he answered Emma went to Mrs Harris and put her arm around her Mother Im very tired tonight she said appcallngly You wont mind if I ask you to go home and leave me Ive something to tell you some time but 1 want to be alone now You do look all tuckered out Em ma commented Both I am You wont mind will you motherCertainly not Im hot and sticky myselfIll tako you to the subway and put you on tho car volunteered Brooks You neednt mind declined Mrs Harris Youre too disagreeable tonight If you bring my purse from Emiime room Jimsy will take us Vont you Jinny- Im T still the utility man respond ed tho complaisant Smith as Brooks went on the errand While Beth was putting her mothers hat straight Mrs Brooks whispered to SmithTell mother as much as I told you and then come back He nodded Come on folks ho said as Brooks reappeared with tho purse You know time and the subway wait for no manTorturctllly suspense Brooks stood watching his wife She had sunk on to the sofa and sat i there still wearing her hat tho pic ture of weariness and sorrow The color carne and went In his sunken cheeks It was certain from her attitude that her mission had taU ed yet he feared to learn It from her lipsShe gave no indication of Intention or desire to break tho silence or even that she was aware of his presence He could bear It no longer Ho wouldnt do anything Its all up The words escaped him tremulously in despairing tone as though they an savored the interrogation She did not reply but rising and drawing front her bosom the paper Captain Williams had given her hand ed It to him s- He took It hesitatinglyI almost fear fullyFor me For you As he read It the blood rushed to his face and he gave a sigh of Im mense relief Joyfully he looked orer to her but there was no responsive exultation She appeared crushed It might have been his death warrant Doubting whether he had read it aright ho perused the acquittal again with increasing exultation Emma youve succeeded j ho cried This means he wont prosecute and its all right You made him do it You have saved meI She nodded her acquiescence and ho wont to her brimming over with relief and gratification to take her in his firms Youre the best little girl that ever happened the pluckiest Gently she pushed him from her Please dont Joel Why whats the IIlml1rc4ycrr matterIa I Of course younre15 he said in a tone of concern and tenderness You tit down there Ill bet you had a hard time I know what Williams Is He Would have led her to the sofa but again she repulsed him gently Ho Went to the table and tQok up the ac quittal he had laid on it Found my accounts to be correct he muttered That means he will have the books fixed up and nothing will show Did ho say much about mo Not very much But I bet he gave you an awful ar gument Williams is not an easy man to get to give in But here It Is in black and white raid he cant go back on this Did you ask him tr put it in writing tNo Then he did It of his own accord Wonder if he called the detectives off Did he say anything about them IINo But its all clear sailing now he went on selfishly jubilant already planning for the future I can get another position and a better one Theres enough money left to give me time to find one Do you think hell interfere any more Emma I dont know What do you think You must have some idea- I havent the slightest Well anyway Emma you did splen dilly You came right to the front AB he uttered the commendation he tried again to caress her Please dont Too This time she rebuffed him sharply and moved away from him Oh nil right if thats the way you fool about It He turned from her with an lujured air and lighting a cigarette begun to pace the room Although In his re worse during her absence ho had re solved not to ask her what had passed lu the captains rooms curiosity now that his confidence had been restored by the proof of Immunity tormented his vicious mind lIe was not only ready lint desired to know everything that had occurred oven to unavowable details If any such there were lIe was there when you arrived The questioned seeing that she showed no disposition to talk Yes ti For Female Ills You should take for female Ills a medicine which acts on the female organs and functions Cardul is not a mans medicine It is for women Its pure heal ing curative vegetable Ingredi ents go direct to the womanly organs relieve their pain and In flammation and build up their strength Tongue cannot tell writes Miss Nola Smith of Swcetser Ind what WINE OF CARDUI WOMANS RELIEF bas done for me I am on my third bottle and am so much bet ter Before I began to take Car dul I could not do a days work Now I can work all day Mother took four bottles of Cardul before confinement got along fine and has been real strong ever since At All Druggists WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE stating age and describing symptoms to Ladle Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga 1cnn E 40 e For Pain InChest paininchest hoarseness or cough lave the parts with Sloans Liniment You dont need to rub just lay it on lightly It penetrates insta ntly to the seat congestion Heres the Proof- Mr A W Price Fredonla Kans says Wo have used Sloans Lini ment for a year and find it an excel lent thingfor sore throat chest pains colds and hay fever attacks A few drops taken on sugar stops cough ing and sneezing ins- tantlySions Linimentis easier to use than porous plasters acts quicker shid doesInot clog upthe pores of the skinIIt Is an excellent an Useptic remedy for asthma bronchitis and all inflammatory diseases of the throat and chest will break up the deadly membrane in an attack of croup and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheu matic pains leeepSloans Prices 25c 50c G100 Dr Earl S Sloan BOSTON MAss Anybodj else t He was alone You mu + t have caught him in a good humor Hed never have done this In one of his usual grouches I didnt know you were such a diplomat What did you say to him A good many things Didnt tell him I sent you dldyou I lIe knew He knew How did he know Who told him I dont know He just knew Somebody must have told him and you were the only one who knew No he knew too I didnt toll But how did you open tho conver sation he demanded Impatiently What did you say Whats the mat ter Cant you answer me I dont see why I should I do I want to know and Ive a right to know She vouchsafed no reply lIe dropped his authoritative tone and became persuasive You say he was alone when you ar rived How did he receive you he coaxedShe remained silent What did he say to you What did he do t Still she did not answer but sat as though In a stupor Cone Emma dont be contrary Tell all that took place You know that it is between us Did he ask you to kiss him I wonder what time it is she said with a shiver as though she had not heard him Never mind the time What did he say when you aslicd him to let me off He must have said a lot You were gone long enough JVll you please tell mo what time it is ate t 8 I 1ti Is about 1130 What of it Why dont you tell me what happened at WilliamsShe still in her stupor of weari nessGoodby Joe she said Goodby he echoed amazed Where are you going uTo mothers JImsys coming back formeYou didnt say anything to your mother while she was hero about this That was for your sake Every one doesnt need to know What are you going to your moth ers for This Is where you belong your home And whats Jltnsy got to do with it III said goodby Whats the reason you cant stay hereYou couldnt expect mo to live with you after what happened tonight Why not There was consternation as well as anger in his voice Because it Is quite impossible You ought to realize that- I dont see why it is impossible Everything Is all right now unless you have got some reason that makes it ImpossibleYes think Ive all the reason in the world to make it impossible I think its time for you to realize it Send inyour renewal or subscription for the News Subscribe Checks in Ex change for Sub scription We will receive merchandise 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 subscriptions etc JNO D BABBAGE The Soft Answer i At a dinner in Bar Harbor a Boston woman praised the wit of the lute Edward Everett hale Walking on the outskirts of Boston ono day she said he and 1 Inad vertently entered a field that had a No Trespassing sign milled to n tree Soon u farmer appeared Trospftssora In Ithis field are prose cuted his said In a grim tone Dr Hale smiled blandly But we are not trespassers he said What are you then asked the amazed farmer Were Unitarians said Dr Hale 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 good business For further particulars write JNO D BABBAGE Cloverport Ky Caut look well eat well or feel well with impure blood feeding your body Keep the blood pure with Burdock Blood Bitters Eat simply taker exercise keep clean and louwill have long life The Noise Habit A personal Isporhiue first showed the writer till possibility of a state of affairs where the habit of noise could become as used as the habit of a drug Waking one night lu the quiet of a country house far front other habita tions I suddenly heard the starting of the hot air engine which pumped the water chug chug chug chug 1 limy listening to Its monotonous vibrations and wondering at the unusual hour for pumping until I fell asleep The nest night the wound was repeated On mentioning time matter to my host he confessed that he could not sleep lathe quiet of the country that the sod den change from the roar of a great city to the silence of the woods was so great as to cause him real suffering As his only way to rest he would leave the house In the middle of the night start up the pump and 1 lying town In a nearby hummock find sleep brought him by the lullaby of the hot air on glue That Ulan recognized that ho haul the noise habit and finally coinitund ItHollls Godfrey InAtliiiitlo OWESDER LIFE TO Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable CompoundV- ienna W VaI feol that lowe the last ten years ydialtable Compoiii Eleven years ago 1 was a walking shadow I had been under the doctolS- carebntgotnoro1ilf My husband per tryiLydia Vegetable Compound and itworked like a charm It relieved aU my pains I id misery I advise all suffering omen to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mns EMSIA WHKATON Vienna W Va Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs and today holds the record for the er of actual cures of female diseases of any 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everywhere In oil sortsr of fantastic shapes and with yet moro coming The first big storm of the seas a son was descending on the region whither ho had conic but two days boo I fore to spend his Tl anksglvlug vaca tion from city olllco duties In his uncles home Already rotula mid even fences were obliterated Hello Lawrence came the voice of his uncle from below Guess well have to dig ou- tlour end of tho road this Break ready in ten minutes Get on your heaviest togs Its a suit ter this tim- eThis1 wasnt tho first time that Lawrence had lent a hand in snow plowing a u d shoveling out the Allowed Ins of his uncles district Ever since he was rI- my of fifteen ten years before he had boo n making annual Mier Vtdtq To uiMtxiiijji CAMEJ best allwITUthis of ronWAIlI 7 I A OKEET1NO aVdaunts would have returned homo sorely dis appointed had he not encountered at least ono deep drift experience At breakfast it was arranged that Lawrence with qld Jacob should un dertake the breaking through of the gully road as far as the Widow Ben netts At that point they would un doubtedly meet the Pearson boys from e a mile beyond Now Lawrence hind pleasant recol lections of Widow Bennetts hospita ble home As a boy It hind opened its arras to him and It was there he had spent many an hour with Mrs Bennett and her granddaughter the brightest black eyed alert little girl that ever wore short skirts rode on snowplows filled him Uncle Law and Insisted jn his own grow nuphess and his fit1 ness to advise her on her rending her studies and oven tier ambitions Ger trude however hud been away at I school these later winters and Lawrence hind caught no glimpse of her 11although his aunt and oven his uncle had much to say of her attractiveness and loveliness as evidenced in tho sum mer lIfo of tho place Wo ought to make Bennetts by noon and get back hero by chore time was the schedule announced by old Jacob If It gets nny worse later in the flay dont try to get back tonight Just bed nt the Bennett farm and dig to ward us In tho morjjlug was the uncles parting advice The storm did grow worse and grew worse KO rapidly flint by tho time they had covered threequarters of the dls tance to the Widow Ponnetts Lawrence and old Jacob considered It ad visable to detach the horses from tho e QEimiUDE so WBOT- Esntfwplow and mounted ono on each I horse make their way to tho Bonnott farm Worst storm over said tho Widow as slip welcomedl tho two It doesnt look us if wo should get out for days f I Was telling Gertrude It was mighty t Mucky for her that she camo yesterday tt for she couldnt possibly have escaped Ii v a snow blockade had she taken a train laterLawrence it was all attention I say little Gertrude Isnt here Is shoho skcdii i Well I dont know his she Is quiz I ElcaUy replied thee grandmother Lit tIe Gertrude hasnt been in evidence J for some years but Miss Gertrude isnt faraway t n 1 JI11 JJ COPVRIOHf BV- VHtJERWOOD t UMOERWOOO THANKSGIVING IN THE SOUTHLAND r The gold is on the pumpkin and the gay nasturtium vine Is aglow with yellow glory in the sunny southern clime Soon there was n quick step and a laughing Hello Undo Law as Gor trude cane forward with a greeting that for its simplicity und heartiness and but for tho ripened flower of wo manhood before him might have car nod him back a half dozen years Lawrence Gr6er was not ono onsljy to bo carried off hits feet but ho was teo evidently In tho air this time even to disguise the fact cleverly But I say Gertrude how on earth dIll 11 nil happen 1 looking her over froth head to foot Years Undo Law just years and the getting Into touch with new kinds of life You said It would be just 115I Ive found It and also that I would some day forget my Undo Law and that ho told me so But you see I havent forgotten either And sho smiled as frankly as In the days when lie told her sitting on his knee of tho world that she would go Into through the gateways of school nUll experience and of the society whoso doors had not thou opened to her That she hadnt forgotten him and those talks to tho chill Gertrude gave Lawrence a thrill of real pleasure That afternoon nod evening was a rare liar in Lawrences experience of life The storm raged furiously and Lawrence relieved of duty gave him self up to the spell of a renewal of acv quaintance that had all time novelty piquancy and delight of a rare and agreeable discovery What astonished Lawrence most were the frequently recurring and flat Lovingly delightful evidences that wherever she had been and however occupied during these Intervening years Gertrude had kept close tab on his own career and furthermore had found a certain Inspiration therein To be sure that career had not been hid den under a bushel for ho was already sufficiently In public life to make him a marked roan among Influential men GcrtrudQs discriminating allusions to his work as commissioner delegate or president of tho board to his work In correcting civic evils and In Ills other public activities betokened a pe culiarly personal Interest such as Law rcnco had not before mot ajid iich as I HisIotvmimid even hIs brother ho was willing to wager knew far loss of his career than did this moro girl whom hut yesterday as It were he had amused as a child but a child that ho loved Was it possible thut In shaping tho Ideals of Ufo for a child ho had uuwlt tingly offered himself as nn 1 Ideal to the heart of that child If so would she find him worthy cr not now that the years had proved him Was hor admiration only admiration It more than that might it not yet bo that some ono else already forestalled him In nor affections How asho to knowIt near the close of tho second day and drlftlngwlnds had made nec essary n still further delay In breaking out the roads that opportunity offered Itself to Lawrence to gait somo light on the over Moro tantalizing question of possible rivals In Gertrudes affections As for himself Lawrence felt that hIs entire world WitS already rep volving around this ono young woman Gertrude was showing him some pho tographs accumulated during tho years of her girlhood But wheto Is his picture asked Lawrence interrupting her description of the photographs I intro never asked him for one Why soZ o rI I II preferred the picture in uy bear to any other I Does ho kn6 v that J He must know itby now with a battling smile Cant you give me nny Idea of what ho looks like sore picture of him be fore you consigned liln to your heart Of course you must have had n tintype experience on some early excursion been snapshotted on the lawn or ko daked somewhere An amused smile and a mischievous look canto to her face as Gertrude took trout Its separate envelope a carefully protected little kodak picture of a youth not yet out of his teens and a girl just entering hers Ill wnl bend- Ing down the branch of n mountain ash that tho girl might pick the red berries Site was trying by standing on her toes to reach yet a little higher Here Iis the gem of my collection If you will see It Perhaps you will rec ognize time subjects had recall the oc la loll I have never become reconcil ed to the fact that you failed to bring those berries widiln my reach With Lawrences look of recognition and lugh1 at the nil but forgotten Ill iumstaiKes of the time thus recalled enmu It puzzled expression as if he p I WHEN ITS EASY TO BE THANKFUL Cut in grandpas cornfield where the golden pumpkins lie t4 Its easy to be thankful and to think ot t1iJ s lie 5 vtrfIyirPavant te tI1I ilcture viti the rtcstio i Ih lii vdAt the aue iartttt C IraI rz face isuii d the cpve ii e who iVari rime his said1 a wt d1 t iiuch Mid siH hasteiu h i ail Iavinccs itteutlon to the Vviiii4 tii hi lbeet of lie pi tare You wrote that line nbnve its tile onchii upward trt d untV You sl tit to write iiy ivn iiiierpreta ion on the picture sit rioi Liter tim I have never dne so I supi I nigh u so now What du you rn ttY ill you wiKI vh t 1sitcst an s yiur ovVt 1v ir w athins acv fie wilt iuUiisc lode Try me Aiiil su retunud his azr a 111It Vrite jItt tikc two teter to cap are the htrier jIll es f liic undercuredl Our Noblest DirJ he noble t uf bin is the turlt y As the lial ealei ok Is kins nd now wln tlic vcatlor irrnnn murky With poll oat of 1 Illiir ether goods v n nny look ut and long for While our h vii3 caw viili thaukfulne puffed Jut the bird atji r h + its Is all ready And waliln d iluir to yut muiioil u u = I1I1ftt mXJNDrPt 15tan pIJNIgE WfaoA itYJ When the stately bird of promise is yet a toothsome dream As in the noonday sunshine he moves with radiant gleam r 1 PRESIDENT BUCKANAITC DAY OF FASTIN3i The first general proclamation ap pointing u fast day was Issued by Pres- Ident James Buchanan Dec 11 18Co and reads as follows Numerous appeals have been made to me by pious and patriotic associa lions and citizens In viewI of the pres emit distracted and dangerous condition of our country to recommend that a day be set apart for humiliation rust- Ing and prayer throughout the Union In compliance with their request and ray save BOIISC of duty I designate Fri day the 4th day of January TSUI for this purpose and recommend that the people assemble on that day according to Itheir general forms of worship to keep it ns a solemn fast The union of the states Is at the prewont moment threatened with alarm lug and immediate danger Panic and distress of a fearful character prevail throughout time lund Our laboring population are without employment and consequently deprived of the i means of earning their bread Indeed hope seems to have deserted the mindI of men All classes are ia a state of confusion and dismay and the wisest counsels of out best and purest then arm wholly disregarded In this tho hour of our tuluiuity Hull peril to whom shall we resort fur relic 1r but to the God of our fathers Ills omnipotent arm only can save us from the awful effects of our own crimes and follies our own ingratitude and guilt toward our Ileavoulj Father Let us then with deep eoatritkon timid penitent sorrow unite in humbling ourselves before the Most High In con tossing our individual and national suns and iu acknowledging the Justice of our punishment Let us implore him to remove from our hearts that false pride of opinion which would Impel us to persevere In wrong for the sake of consistency rather than yield a just submission to the unforeseen exigencies by which we ore now Sill rounded Let us with deep reverence beseech him to restore the friendship and good will which prevailed in for mOl days unions the people of the several states and above all to Anus from the horrors of civil war and blood guiltiness Let our fervent pray ers ascend to Ills throne that he will not desert us In this hour of extreme peril but remember us as ho did our fathoms in the darkest days of the Revolution and preserve our constitution and our Union the work of their hands for ages yet to come An om nipotent Providence may overrule ex isting evils for permanent good He can malto the wrath of man to pralso him and tho remainder of wrath he can restrain Let no invoke every individual In whatever sphere of Ufo lie may be placed to feel a personal re sponsibility to God and his country for keeping this day holy and for con tributing all In his power to removo our actual mid Impending difficulties JAMS BUCHANAN Good Precedents The two precedents which the colo nial governors had to guide them In ordering a tiny for thanksgiving wero the national Thanksgiving held by or der of good Queen Bess after the de feat of tho Spanish armada acid that of King James of England because the gunpowder plot failed to materialize THE NIGHT BEFORE T AN G V NG By JAMES A EDGERTON N Copyright 1909 by American Press Association Lt r COULD dream tonight I That a world of light la rotund about me a presence bright Is poisedabove Like a brooding dove From whoso wings rainI over mo peaco and love Like a breath of balm Is the nameless calm Andmy soul wouldsing an eternal psalm i COULD DnEAir In a happiness That is limitless And a glow of faith I cannot express I could almost dream Past the things that seem I can see a country eternal gleam As I raptly stand On the borderland And feel about me an angel band My soul awako Its thirst would slake At a fodnt immortal Its bread would br nk At a fut sublime In a fairer clime This hallowed and happy Thanksgiving- time So wafted oer To a shining shore AIIOTO tau AN ANOBI RAND I greet the loved ones whove gone be fore And take my seat At a banquet sweet Where the fruits and viands of life we eat Tis not afar Like a distant star The kingdom in which the eternals are Tis hereits light To an inward sight Is gleaming for heaven is mine to night An Extra Thanksgiving A very notable proclamation Inde pendent of itilt regular autumnal Thanksgiving tiny though in the ofH chill records it is designated nut as a proclamation but us the presidents address to the people for thanksgiv ing and prayer was McKlnleys pro mulgation of July ij IfSwI The prosI kilt addressed lib words To the Poo plu of the railedl States of America lie referred to tit fact that to tho yet fresh remembrancei of the unprece dented success which attended the op erations of the United States fleet In tin bay of Manila ou the 1st day of May last ire added the tiding of tho 110 Less glorious achievements of tho naval mitt military arms of our be loved country at Santiago de Cuba and asked the people upon next assem bung for divine worship to offer thanksgiving to Almighty God who has Wuiehed over our cause and brought nln er the success of the right and the attainment of just and honorable peace To the Cranberry Itli Others praise la fervent lays The plump Tlillnlvlng bud AI let them sing ori lei and wing With old Pegasus i urred Until his speed is rit Indeed And all Is blithe imlt merry Rut let me slug that splendid thing Tho succulent cranberry 0 humble fruit ucvi long been muto Upon thy ninny charms With nipping rest von do your best To ward dyspepsias harms t oth sour and sweet you sauco tho meat Your flavor does not vary Rotirlnc coy yet full of Joy 0 marvelous crankrrytAbout you bans a lists that tangs The food that would be harsh Your plump skins tilled with dew ds till lilt Above tho son hissed marsh No rapq 1e v of old Tokay Or from Oporto airy Drips with a wine as rich as Chino O excellent cranberry Of ruby hue a Jewel too To grace tho festal boardiWith lavish heart you slvo your part Give nil your splay hoard When teaser lipped wovo sat and sipped The Juice that vies with sherry Ah of tho feast youro not tho least Mellifluous cranberryI So lot them praise In lilting lays Tho turkoy and the plo But lot mo sing that splendid thing That makes tho heart beat high 1 would not wasto ono shade of taste Id drain tho dictionary pjalseoftheeI 1 co r a 1 r F t r OUR OWN CELEBRATION continued from page one mother and father and kind teacher and that I live in a crlstlon land T am thankful for my Sunday school Tula Preston Very Thankful Dear EditorI will write these few lines to let you know how thankful I am for the things that the lord has given us and I hope that every one will enjoy their thanksgiving dinner and thank the Lord for sending it to us I will close for this time Hettle Myrtle Faith Thankful For Health Dear Mr EditorI am thankful that papa and little brother and I have good health I am thankful God has let us have to eat and wear I am so glad I have such a good teacheri will close for this time Your friend Harry Darct Thankful For Living Dear EditorI am so thankful that 1 am Still living and have plenty t- Eat o the thing that I am most thank ful for the Past year lastAug 17 when the Picnic was of Cloverport Me and My and brother Wanted to go and I asked Papa could we go and he said no and we went to Saw wood you know with a heavy heart and return ing to the house at noon I heard Someone Laugh and I said that was sister and we went in the house and looked in behind the door and there Stood Sister Eula and a Pictular friend of Mine and then I was glad that we dident go to the Picnic and that even ing we all went to the river and bath and fishees all day and you bet I ha a fine time and the Next day we went- hunting and the Next day we wen Skiff riding and had a glorish old time I think I Shell go hunting thanksgiv ing If I live Christmas is near at hand and I know all boys and girls are happy So I will as ever yours lovingly Jessie Earnest Miller Stephcnsport Ky Thankful For Plenty To Eat Dear EditorI am thankful that we have had a Plenty to Eat the Past year and have had good health to and are very proud that we have had Such a Pretty fall this time and I have got me a nice little Pig tha My aunt gave Me and its Name i Frank and 1 so Thankful that I hay Me a little horse and I Named it after Myself which its Name is Dennie and I go to School every day and have a nice teacher I am eight years old Well all of us children had better be good for Christmas is Just 5 weeks of if we want Santa Claus to come and see them So I will close yours little boy Dennle Joseph Askins Stephensport Ky- Thankful Little Girl Dear Edicator I thank the Lor that I have lived this long I go to school every day My school teachers name is Miss Eunice Jennings I hav a little sister going to school every day her school teachers nanny is Miss Bessie Mitchell Yours truly Cecil Lee Jolly Thanks For Long Life Dear Edicator I thank the LordI that I have lived this long I go to school every day and study my lessons My school teachers name IsI Miss Bessie Mitchell I like her well1I she Is a good school teacher 1 think My sisters name is Cecil Lee Jolly she goes to school every day she is i I the third grade she will go in the fourth grade next year Eva Bell Jolly A Thanksgiving Letter Thanksgiving is a legal holiday We should not work on that dayrcoujjht to thank God for all our bless ingc for all the year round I am thankful for my father and mother and Qrall the good things I have had the past year Dewly Hemphlll Lovely Boy DearMlsa BJ will write this letter to you I am nine years old I go to school almost every day and I love my teacher I love Thanksgiving day I go to Sunday school and learn my lesson Yours truly Leslie Berry For PlayMates Each yeer we grow older I should be thankfull for my home I am thankful1I for my mother and futer and my xin I eucher as I live in a Christian townIt am thankfull for my Sunday school iin my fathers hous I am thankful for my playmates Bessie Adams For Beautiful World Dear NewsYou asked me to tell1 o you what I was Thankful fur I am thankful fur my good teacher and fur this beautiful world in which we have to Uvo and fur my 8 big brothers and my Baby Bro and my papa and Mama and all my friends and re latives Well I am a little girl 7 years old and wishing tho News great success Marion Allen Thankful For School The thing that I am most thankful for because I can go to school and learn something My teacher is Miss Eunice Jennings and I think she is good and My sister teacher is Miss Bessio Mitchell Well I will close for this time Yours Truly Maud Beavin JUST IN TIME Some Cloverport People May Wait Till Its Too Late William Johnson Cloverport Ky says Doans Kidney Tills in my case proved to be a very reliable remedy and I have no hesitation Jn recommending them For six years my kidneys were disordered and the secretions were too frequent in passage and when allowed to stand contained a sediment My back ached severely particularly at night nnd in the morning I was so lame and sore that I could scarcely get around Whenever 1 contracted the slightest cold it settled in my kidneys and made my suffering more intense Doans Kidney Pills procured at Fishers drug store have given me great relief from those troubles and I can re commend them highly For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo UniteddStates nameDoansandttake no other IRVINGTON NEWS Miss Rachel Mudd and Mr Earl Bennett MarriedBurglar Breaks into Hard ware Store HUNTING GOOD AROUND HERE 111tAngiasBires who is staying with Mrs Nora BoardMrs James Bolin leaves tonight for Fordsville to visit relatives until Mon day Miss Mabel McGlothlan who has been visiting Miss Hilary Bryan at EliznI bethtown returned home Monday Rev and Mrs T W Gayer of Lou isville will spend the holidays witht friends here If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent floureThe spirit of Thanksgiving is with us whichdcome our way let us lift our thoughts a to God in thankful prayer for those appreciateesympathize and rejoice with others Let us be doubly thankful for those tiest1 which bind us in our common brother hood and sisterhood for a common uplift 1 to all humanity and to the better ment of our countrydMiss Hilary Bryan and cousin Miss Nettie Slack of Elizabethtown will arfrive Thursday to be the guests of Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan for a few dayseMr and Mrs P H McGehee re andIMrs G L Brady and daughter Miss Jessie Brady returned Saturday from a Ii I Louisn 1 ville Mrs C L Chamberlain was a dele gate to the District Missionary meeting which was held at West Point Tuesday Mrs J O Chapin and children are spending this week in Cloverport with relativesThe McGlothlan will enter tain on Thanksgiving with a dinner in honor of their guests Misses Hilary I Bryan and Nettie Slack of Elizabeth town and Miss Essie Biggs of Louis ville Mr and Mrs Tom Ditto will arrive Wednesday from Louisville to spend Thanksgiving holidays with Mr and Mss John CoxICall the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats j quick service and satisfaction guaranteed M W Winn Manager Miss Reba Lewis of Fordsville is expected this week to spend the weekend as guest of Miss Nellie Smith dayslastC T Meadow of Carvanea Mexico who is visiting relatives in Kentucky is now the guest of Mrs Minnie Chit wood Tuesdayfordlaw Mrs Ernest Galloway who is se riously ill Avery valuable horse belonging to G T Marshall dropped dead fromI heart trouble Friday night Hunters are beginning to come in spendThanksgivingabundance of game around here Dr Beeler will be at Irvington Mon Are You a Good Guesser = n get oau I have just from city and my stock is There is you want but what you can get here My are the best and my the Space will not permit h me to name all articles in my stock but I assure you have any well store would carry so on buy what you need and dont to make a guess is going to get the 4000 Steel free of cost it may be you All roads lead to Lito tohyr yrY yrr day Tuesday and Wednesday December 0 7 and 8 to do dental work remember the dates and call on himJ M Herndon has returned from a weeks trip to Colorado Texas New Mexico and Oklahomr and while gone was the guest of Mr and Mrs HIV Herndon at Enid Okla for sev days Mrs Brown and daughter Miss Mary Brown left Thursday for Lewisport for stay of a week with Mr and Mrs Walker Brown The wedding of Miss Rachel Mudd Mr Earl Bennett solemnized- on last Friday evening at the home of the Rev and Mrs T W Gayer Rev Gayer officiating Only a few relatives and friends being present The wed ing was not a surprise to the intimate of Mr and Mrs Bennett but to many the announcement came as a complete surprise They are members prominent families of county and are both popular young broke into the hardware store of J D Ashcraft Saturday night by breaking the glass to a large front window He stole a fine gun and enough shells to last him until after ThanksgivingMiss Bandy left Sunday for Gust m to visit Miss Lillian Stith The ladies of the Missionary Society J j of the Methodist church are holding their week of prayer this week at th church beginning at 230 oclock in theI afternoon All the ladies are cordially invited to come R S Bandy received last week a car load of very fine Iowa seed oats He has them on sale here in a house adjoining the blacksmith shop Miss Mary Cornwall spent Sunday in Louisville with Mrs E R Turner C L Chamberlain Dr L B More men and W J Piggott will go to Lou isville Thanksgiving to attend the ban quet at the Galt House given by the Shriners Wait for Dr Beeler He will be in Irvington Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday December 6 7 and 8 Dont use harsh physics The re action weakens the loads to chronic constipation Get Doans Regu lets They operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour BEWLEYVILLE Rufus Gregory of Hudsonville our deputy assessor was in this neighbor hood last week Edgar Hardaway went to Louisville Saturday and returned Sunday Mrs A M Jordan is quite ill of ma larial fever Mrs Tom Carter and two sons re turned Saturday from a two weeks visit among relatives at Custer If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour H J Albright sold crop of Burley tobacco to B S Wilson for 88 per sold well at Sam Gross public sale Saturday Sheep brought 750 per head Twoyearold mules from f90 to J100 One aged mare 145 Other stock high Chesley D Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nannie Payne of HardinsburgMiss Drury and brother Wathen will spend Thanksgiving with Hays Willett and sister Roberta The pure food law is designed by the Government to protect the public from injurious ingredients in both foods and drugs It is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manufacturer Elys Cream Balm a success catarrh hay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the re quirements of the new law and that fact is stated on every package It contains none of the in jurious drugs which are required ty the law to be mentioned on the label Hence you can use it The Rev J C Hoskinson of Sonora filled Rev F R Roberts pulpit Sun day giving us two fine sermons Bro Hoskinson is very much appreciated here he having served this pastorate several years ago If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Misses Clyde and Hallie Severs were in Cloverport shopping last Saturday D S Richardson is in Louisville this weekThe Epworth League and the ladies of the church will give an oyster supper next Thursday night for the benefit of YOU GUESS YOU ARE WELL GUESS AGAIN PI I n rAnd Ro Handsome RANGE I a 1 he Ro shy Worth 40 mewn eve Each purchase amounting to 1thIN CASH entitles you to ONE kn GUESS the more purchases theanwit more guesses oILw Come on Young Guessers d we returned the complete nothing qualities prices cheapest the I everything regulatedn general come forget Somebody i Range and W C MOORMAN GLENDEANE KYyr was Breckenridge peopleA i i bowels his hundredStuff proportionately nasaleprominently safel- yUNION STAR Cor the church Everybody come and have a good time Mrs D S Richardson has returned 1 from a visit to her daughter Mrs P M Beard of Hardinsburg Miss Brook Hall visited friends at Lahant last week Mrs Sarah J Bruner is visiting her son at Frymire Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Representatives Named Secretary Newman and Messrs Guthrie M Wil 110 n and W R Moorman Jr were appointed a committee to represent the Kentucky State Fair at the meeting of the American Association of Fairs and Expositions which is to be held at Chicago during the meeting of the International Live Stock Exposition in December Howards Leave The family of Mr and Mrs A L Howard left Saturday night for Ray mond Kansas to make their home IIENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Until further notice JNO 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 which is due at Henderson 635 p m WEBSTER Two Trappers Got 107 Rabbits in Twelve DaysOtherS- porting News The possum supper given at the home of Mr Clyde English by the Web ster Bachelor Club was the biggest thing of the season Twenty guest- were present and all wore a broad grin I Two large possums had been fattened I for the occasion Forrest Claycomb was head chef Earl Payne and Herbert Haddockr assistants Our club motto Stay up late and you will see all the live ones If you want the best flour buy the I Lewisport BEST patent flour I Fred Tlnius and Earnest Compton are our most successful trappers They have snared 107 rabbits nine possums 4r u- C 0 L 1 r l l J1 a and three coons in the past twelve dayi U Scott Knott and Tom Mays captured two large gray foxes Monday morning Chester Payne and the Haycraft broth ers have had several interesting chases during the past week Hugh McGavock gave a corn shuck ing Tuesday which was enjoyed by alleLee and Frank Hendricks spent Sun day the guests ot Geo St Clair Miss Mollie Adkisson visited at West Point Saturday and Sunday Horace McCoy visited at Bewleyville SundaytVernon Drane visited at Paynesville SundayThurman Drane of Louisville was the guest of his brother Arthur Sun dayForrest Compton visited his uncle John Compton at Bewleyville Sunday Tho missionaiy rally given at the Webster church Sunday night was a success The program was nicely ar ranged and highly interesting to all present TOBINSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Miss Vina Weatherholt and pupils gave a box supper Friday night 16 clearedDud Beavin Jr Graham Polk and Peter Lush are building new barns Webster Taylor will take a load of hogs to Louisville this week Miss Murdia Stiff is ill Capt Weatherholt and Miss Nina Weatherholt will leave this week for Owensboro to spend the winter Miss Lula Severs of Cloverport was hero Saturday to give music lessons Rev L S Sanders was hero last weekRobert Browning who ran away from his former home at Cloverport is staying with Mr and Mrs Charlie Cox He is a fine worker and it is said in a thousandsdollars Goodbye To Rais The girl who has for several seasons been devoted to the hairratl for coiffure must say goodbye to the most popular hasbeen fashion Rats are no longer used and they must go Vt The plain coiffure is it The haiiJPt parted in the middle and twisted into a coital the base of the head or adjusted in coronet style is most striking n L 1- L I IA- Ni