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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r T THErALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1 1909 8 Paler 21 FIRE AT SHOPS SUNDAY MORNING Round douse Burns Four En gines Ilamaged Intense Ex citement And Conster nation Aroused Early ViMN WORKED LIKE TURKS Little Miss Irvington Kentucky had- a very pleasant dream when she took her nap Sunday afternoon for the Round House of Hendersoq Route shops at Cloverport had burned that morning She dreamed that the shops would be moved there immediately and walked around in her sleep telling everybody that Irvington would get the shops now sure tI Of course Breckenridge county knows that Irvington is her cleanest and most progressive town but that she will have the shops is merely a dream of her own that will never como true The fire broke out about five oclock zed such a ringing of bells and blowing- of whistles had not been heard before Everyone thought Cloverport was gone igaln Folks who had not been out of their houses since the last big fire rush sd to the scene and such sights I The women and girls let their hair rats lie peacefully on the dresser for once The shop men worked like soldiers on heir own campand saved the surround ng buildings from destruction Four mgines were damaged and the loss irobably amounted to 2000 or 3000 rhe origin of the fire was trom the turning of waste The conflagration vas a horrible scene From a distance he West End looked as though it were vrapped in an enormous flame Uri Greenes Flying Machine A telegram dated Middletown Ohio sros received yesterday from Dr Wm ireeno who is organizing an aeroplane yndicate in the West The message aid that Dr Greene is meeting with tyelaccess in his venture and will return to redtewYork this week He is in Middle ngwnlooking over grounds for the pro thosed flying machine factory which iis tsesbe located at that point should all of lie plans materialize Capitalists in Rapctew concern uo lids Dandy Time rest Harold Murray who went to the illewensboro District Epworth League inference at Beaver Dam last week Mlle ajjlorious time He was sent to present the Cloverport Chapter and was ime home stuffed with turkey and un ithusiasm He brought back every jng good for the League except his Icleart some Beaver Dam girl got that layrMurray reports a splendid meeting Carter of Vanderbilt was there theraidother excellent men Saar all Panes In Bank Officers At West Point r jWest Point Ky Nov 20At ia the feting of the directors of the Ken cky and Indiana Bank here C M pUsGlothlanresigned as cashier and is 16 cceeded by J P Bussey E H llelnmnj of Irvington also resigned as andident and is succeeded by J G jjtthear H C Bunger was elected in beenIitetant cashier for the past years IIremain Former Cashier McGloth twill continue with the bank as a- nna ector for Hensley Here was Walter R Hensley train master of last HvSt L was here Sunday tak Jijpieturefl of the destruction of the way Hidhouss at the shops is- ox= Fine Quail aSr Lightf oot and Will Pate have re an ds4d home from McQuady where rhatttine luck quail hunting 1 The PocketBook Man withforyou tholJ change bia pocketbook iis Zats tr economical stingy or rich In o t ejpee the three go together butj hafalj h and every case one thing or o a JprJ1 fe true of the ntan who carries ust ioldM and dimes in a little round k look l- atE MRS McGRUDER Dies at Owensboro After Lung Illness Sister of Mrs Ma rion Weatherholt Mrs McOrudcr wife of H L Mc Gruder of Tuttcl Okla died Tues day night of last week in Owensborc She had undergone one or two opera tions recently and had been ill several months The funeral was held Wednesday I and the interment took place in Elm wood cemetery Owensboro Among those who attended were Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt Mrs Laurence Weatherholt the latter two sisters of the deceased and their father Mr Tate Chas May and Will Head also attended the services V Mrs McGruder was a lovely young woman just twentyfive years of age Good Roads Amendment Carried Official tabulation of the vote cast at the last election by the State Board of Election Commissioners Monday after noon at Frankfort showed that the good roads amendment to the constitu tion carried by a majority of 5490 This will be the majority certified to by the Secretary of State by the election com mission and will be final although some counties did not send in their vote on the amendment Even counting the vote in the missing counties the good roads amendment will have a majority of at least 4000 The result was accomplished by Cen tral and Eastern counties the West be ing against the measure Under the terms of the amendmen the commonwealths credit may bejloan ed counties making county bonds for road improvements marketable and insuring the financing of the project- It has been generally believed that the amendment was defeated Press Agent John Allen Murray who for sometime was on the reportorial staff of the Louisville Times is now press agent for the Avenue theater Mr Murray like the work but considers his place only temporary Concert a Success The concert given in the Westin- Baptist church Saturday night wa one of the most elevating and bes t entertainments ever given by the colored people in Cloverport The managers were Dean and Newsom the musicians were Franc and Franc Mrs Taf ts Secretary To Wed Washington Nov 28Miss Alice Blech Mrs Tafts secretary is to marry Lieut Richard Wainwright Jr U S N son of Rear Admiral Wainwright The engagement is announced by her mother Mrs Paul Blech Nn date for the wedding has been set but it will take piace probably in the spring Miss Blechs home is in Alexandria Va near Washington She was employed in the Bureau of American Republics whet Mrs Taft obtained her services as sec retary She is accomplished as a linguist and is popular Chas Clary Mrs Carter- Paynes Leading Man Chas Clary was on the Westbound passenger train Friday morning andI got off at the station for a minutes visit to his aunt Mrs John D Bab bagsMr Clary has been on the stagei nine years He has always supported good companies and is now the leading man with Mrs Leslie CarterPayne in Vesta Herne While Mr Clary was in Louisville heI was the guest of his aunts Mrs Davidl airleigh and Miss Addle Ditto HeI was there two years ago in The Roadl to Yesterday This Week Send us your order for engraved l cards and monogram stationery Fifty cards and plate in script 1 fifty card- and r plate in old English 2 Monogram paper in any color three letters 1 n- box Football Kills Nineteen Up to within a week of Thanksgiving day reports of accidents in footballl matches gave a total of 19 deaths aqdl 200 players seriously injured during the present season Twelve of the dead were schoolboys under 20 years old Six were college men duly trained andl ipecled for the fray Of the injuredt 16d are college students BURLEY TOBACCO POOL WITH LEBUS Elizabethtown District In With I 10000 Acres Expressed Con fidence In Leaders Resolutions Adop ted- BRECKENRIDGE REPRESENTED meetIIingI Tobacco Society held hero yesterday tire counties of Mende Larue Hart Barren BrecKenridge Adair Grayson f mid Mctcalfe were represented Over t 100 delegates were present and much 1 ItBradlevIIt t for the Elizabethtown district presided 1 The meeting was addressed by Messrs Wilson F P Mann of Covington A t L Ferguson of Georgetown and G A I Brooks secretary of the Burley Society I of Lexington 1 Messrs Wilson and Mann were ap pointed n committee to visit each county in the district and locate receiving and prizing warehouses about two to the county The same committee heard claims of delegations from Elizabeth town and Horse Cave asking for the district redrying house The Tedrying house will employ 150 hands The matter was taken under advisement nni the committee will recommend a location to the State Burley Board in a few dale Ten thousand acres of tobacco have been pooled in this district and the pool is growing each year Many towns in the district offered free sites upon which to build redrying houses Stithton Cectlian and Sonora agreed to give the ground and deed the same to the Burley Tobacco and Insur ance Company and loan the money to build the warehouses and finance the tobacco at 6 per cent interest The resolutions expressed unlimited confidence in Clarence LeBus head of the Burley company as well as the boards THE RESOLUTIONS Elizabeth town Ky Nov 24 1909 We the Burley Tobacco Growers in Elizabethtownerepresenting the tobacco growers inI what is known as the Elizabethtown District respectively H rt Hardiu La Rue Greeu Metcalf Breckinridge Meade Bullitt Taylor Barreu Adair Grayson counties resolve as follows Whereas Being deeply senstive of theI fact that the pooling of the 1900 and IgO 1I crops of Burley Tobacco raised the priceI of tobacco one hundred per cent in this our district thereby benefiting us and all growers and whereas We also recognize that the only pro per means of permanently establishing a profitable price is through a close organization and whereas We are indebted to the growers of Central Kentucky for the enhanced prices on our product beg to resolve as followsFirst We appreciate their sacrifice and we acknowledge that we have been a mill stone about their necks in their efforts but take this means of assuring them that we are now with them in this fight although it may seem that we have been a little slow in getting up to the firing line SecondlyNow that we are in the front ranks we propose to assure them that we will strain every effort to do moro than to hold up our end of the log and will bo found at the roll call holding lour 1909 crop ThirdlyAlthough certain things have transpired in the last few day that would ordinarily cause uneasiness within our ranks we want it distinctly understood that we still have Unlimited confidence in our matchless leader Clarence LeUai and the whole Ex ecutive Committee and say to him and his Board to fight it out on this line and we are behind him until we havo crossed the Rubicon FourthlyIt is further resolved that copies of this resolutions be furnished 3the various county papers of the Eliza bethtown District the Louisville Daily and Evening papers and a copy sent to Mr LeBus and his Executive Committee A J Thompson Chairman D C Heron Secretary Mrs Hook and Sons Here Mrs Henry Hook and sons of Har insburg moved to this city last- lweek The young men have cam- mhere e to seek employment a 7 APPEAL TO THE GROWERS Made By Secretary Shaw Of The Home Warehouse Company Ures That Tobacco Be Stripped1 And Classified- In As Many Grades As Crop Shows REMINDS THEM OF BIG CHANGE Secretary Emison Shaw of the Home Warehouse company has addressed the following timely and urgent appeal to the members of his association which begins delivering its 1009 pooled crop o Gallaher Limited pn Monday I hope all tobacco growers who have pooled their tobacco realize that a great change has taken place in our accus tomed mode of picking and grading to bacco for wagon deliveries It used to be when the buyer came to your house he examined the tobacco to his own satisfaction and made you an offer say 5 5 and 2 If his offer was accepted you usually entered into a contract with him to cover all grades at the stip ulated price especially if you had a large proportion of fine tobacco and a reasonably small amount off in color and quality or if the proportion of your low grade was too large another price was fixed on that and you proceeded to strip making only three divis ions of each grade leaf lugs and trash with nothing to guard against except to keep your leaf and lugs clear of trash and deliver it in good handling order as per your contract Now however the sun has set on those old practices and you are doing business on an entirely new planethat of selling your tobacco I through agencies created and approved by yourselfNow agencies have accepted samples made up by The Trade lute five grades of leaf and lugseach sample representing its own grade only and all differences to be adjusted by theI grader Should a difference of judg ment arise between grader and receiver then such difference is to be settled by the assistance of a third party Under these circumstances it behooves you if you desire to give as little trouble as possible to your grader and receive the full value of your tobacco to strip and classify your tobacco into as many grades as your crop shows Let your minds be impressed with this fact and I think you will be pleased with the re sults Another thing to which I wish to call your attention is that all tobacco j damaged by improper handling andII care is unsold and should you deliver any such damaged tobacco it will be graded and priced as damaged and should you not be willing to accept the grade price on such tobacco you will have the right to place it on the market where you will The Gallagher Limited warehouse will be open to receive tobacco pooled by the Home Warehouse company on Monday November 29 1000 No tobacco will be received on any Saturday except such as may be left over on Fri day EMISON SHAW Secretary and Treasurer of Home Varehouse company CuthbertsonReardon Announcements have been received- in this city of the marriage of Miss Celeste Boyd Cuthbertson to Dr Fred rick D Reardon The wedding took place at Bowling Green Wednesday MrssReardon is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James Cuthbertson NeafusBruner The wedding of Miss Murdie Neafus and Mr Walton Bruner will take place today in Ekron They are very popular young people of that placers Forrest Gllllland Miss Elsie Gregory and Miss Ajma Belle Kramer left yesterday to be present at the marriage ChristmasBazar The Ladles Aid of the Luclle Me mortal Presbyterian church will holdl their annual bazar December 16 and 18 Mrs Nolte Hostess Rev and Mrs Dillon were compll mentors guests at a beautiful dinner Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr and Mrs J 0 Ifolte r dJII J most food j No lime made Royal Grape of CLUBS Flourish Best In Small Towns I They Can Be Made A Great Factor In Village Im provement The strength of club life is in the little towns of America where distrac tions can not be bought for a few dollars or found without cost in the passing show of the city streets and shops a writer in the New Idea Wowans Magazine for December points out The village woman has made the club count and shr has developed it from small be ginui IKS into ono of the biggest in fluences of town life Village improve I ment societies civic federations the work of women on the school boards all I owe their origin to the little club where a few women met together to talk things overThe American village can be as ex cuisite and restful a place as the heart can long for In the older parts of the county it rivals the longexploited English town But there is work to do in the old and more work to do m the new towns to create and preserve the beauty that we have to make in J America now that our pioneer days are over Women have bosh the taste and the time necessary to devote to the work and the village improvement etlesln- their charge have undertaken the clea ingand restoring of the towns until they shine like the homes of the model long street of the country village the summer visitor wandered inquiring Why Elm Street when not an elntroa shaded the road In another season the improvement society had planted a small elm in the diamond square at the top of the street to take the place of the great tree which had long ago given the street its name The women of our country towns arc swing the trees and preserving historical sites and places They are making themselves felt as a power and influence for good and at the same time they are securing for themselves the outside iuterest which couquers one of the most important of the Women Problems Engaged Some Time Miss Ella Chris and Mr Henry Car ter of this city were unittd in mar riage Thanksgiving day The wedding took place in Owensboro The couple had been engaged twenty years J F Gregory Dead The many friends and relatives of Toblnsport and Oloverport will regret to hear of the death of J E Gregory of Moweaqua Ill He died at Fort Meyers Florida November 23 The funeral was held last Satur day in Moweaqua Mr Dutschke Hurt Julius Dutschke while working at a corn shredder last Saturday go two lingers cut off of his left hand He came to this city and had the wound dressed by Dr Simons Entertained at Irvington Mr and Mrs Conrad SIppel and daughters Misses Selma and Rosa Sippel and Mrs Mary Sippel were entertained at Irvington Thursday by Mr and Mrs Julius Sippel Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of time and labor 2j savers to the pastry cook y Economizes flour butter and eggs and makes the food digestible andhealthful 1 ayALQA- K1N6 P01rDE1t Makes healthful alumno phosphates- The only baking powder from Cream Tartar WOMENS housewifeDown MRS YOUNG Dies At tier Home In Morgan fieldMother Of Mrs Chas Sk Milan The sudden death of Mrs Thos B Young Sri of Morganfield was a great shock and sorrow to her many friends in Cloverport as she had visited her daughter Mrs Chas B Skillman and was so highly thought of here Mrs Young died very suddenly Monday night November the twentysec ond The funeral was held Wednesday Mr and Mrs Chas Skillman and Miss Elizabeth Skillman went to Mor ganfield Tuesday Mrs Young was truly a Christian woman She was always cheerful at d never spoke unkindly toward anyone For Mrs Jolly Mrs Joe M Fitch entertained at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving in honor oi her cousin Mrs M S Jolly of Union Star The following guests were Mrs Georgia French Tar Springs Mrs Jolly and son Ivan Union Star Mrs Jayne Gibson and Mr and Mrs Chas Hamman and two little daughters and M Fitch and son Box Supper Success Box supper given at Balltown by Mrs W C Pate and pupils Friday night brought 870 which will be invested in a dictionary for the school Plates For Twenty Mr and Mrs Fred Ferry were host and hostess at an all day dinner party given Thanksgiving The guests in cluded Mrs Ferrys relatives An old fashion delicious meal was served in exquisite style and plates were laid for the following Gen and Mrs David Murray Miss Mildred Murray Hal Murray Mr and Mrs Morris Beard Murray and Franklin Beard of Har dinsburg David Murray Jr Mr and Mrs A R Fisher Mrs Nancy Ferry little Miss Annie Murray Ferry Logan Murray Misses Anna and Ilia Murray Mrs Wolf and daughter Mary Francis of Louisville Thanksgiving Dinner Mr and Mrs Thos Tousey were delightful host and hostess at a Thanksgiving dinner given at their home on Second street Thursday The guests Included the Keith family and other relatives Mrs Lightfoois Dinner Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot were host and hostess to a turkey dinner Thanksgiving in honor of Mrs Light foot and her son Dr Chas Light foot of Hawesvllle The guests were Miss Joslo Raitt Mrs Clinton Mur ray Mr and Mrs Sam Conrad Mrs Forrest Lightfoot and Mr Eugene Haynes WalkerSahlie Walkertwere marriage the Cath lastWednesdayceremonywas BreyTheand popular and have a wide circle of friends Gets Good Price ofIrvingtonhaveof cattle at6 per cwt to go the lash ot February 1 61- t1 a 4 0 1 rr ii w r 1 a KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery RICE ooI1ND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED DR H J BOONS Iv Permanent DentistDr Owens OHic Main Street Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5 p 111I Clovcrport Ky re bM ese io sf+ sw STYLISH COMFORTABLEI Tailor Made ClothesI SuitsIAll the latest patterns for jS Trousers in highgrade fabrics Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erute prices Expert tailors employed J H HUNSCHE CasperMay CoCanneltonInd INSURANCECapt District Manager Oolumbia Life Insurance Co writes all kind of life insurance policies Accident and Sick Benefits and rr Special Mortgage Protection Plan Pol icyee him at once H DeH HOORMAN Attorney at Law- HARDINSBURO KY wilt practice his profession m all ot the Courts of Itrockonrlago and adjoining counter Special attention given to collections road cases and criminal practice License to practice In U nlteU States Distil Courts Ofllcoovor Dank ot HurdlnsburR 4 CLOVERPORTPLANING PLANINGMILL GREGORY CO Prop I Cloverport Kentucky I Doors Sash Blinds all Kinds till Work Good Material and WorkmanshipI Shingles Laths Lime Hair all the beH brands Roofing iIi I See Us Before You Buy V Prices Reasonable I 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c i Anyone Ullng asketch and deecrlntlnn mar qulckl lunortnln our opinion free whether an tloneetrlctlyconodoutIa6IIANOBOOK Communion on IatenU pent free Oldest neencjr for lecuriufrpatenli- 1atcuta taken through JIunu A Co receive tpttial notice without charge In tbo ScfeiMific flttKrjcani A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of any nclentldo Journal Term 13 a i year four niontbs rim Bold by All tiorrgdenlen y mUNN CO36IDrOrWBY New York Brincti Otfce 625 F BU WMhlbeton D c Checks in Exchange For Subscription We will receiue merchandise chechs in exchange for subsorip tions to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many t persons who sell their produce are paid in eheohs and often haue not the money to pay for subscriptions etc I JNO D BARRAGE Arable Figures figuresli I Lf by the early scholars of India w t WAITED FOR KEALY An Incident of the Land League Agi tation In Ireland One morning during the Land league agitation Mr Inrnoll left Dublin bj the early mull train for Iloscotnraor to address a meeting On arriving It the town bo received u telegram from Dublin which ran Missed mall train Will get down at s oclock Postpone meeting till 1 arrive HEAL Y Mr Parnell was pleased to learn that T M lleuly M P was coming down Delighted too were the local promo tens of the demonstration and the meet Ing wits gladly postponed for a few hoursAt 3 oclock the railway station and its approaches were thronged with people with bunds and banners and the train from Dublin steamed hi mold terrific cheering for Tim Llealy The train pulled up a carriage door opened mull the local reception com mittee rushed to it whon out stepped lleuly but It was not T M Healy M P It was W Wallace Ilcaly n well known reporter on the staff of the Irish Times lie had been assigned to the Itoscotu mon meeting hud missed the mull train and it was most important that his paper should hue a report of Mr Parnells speech hence the telegram Pearsous Weekly Notic In as much as my candidacy ani election to the oluce of State Senator necessitated my resignation as Coun ty Attorney of this county I am no longer restricted as to any special line of practice in the courts and am now free to practice in all civil and criminal cases for those who wish my services RespectfullyGus Brown Instructed the Queen Queen Victoria of England was once pulled up short by an old Scotchwo man Her majesty had started out one afternoon to sit on a hillside and watch some of her relatives ilshlng In the river below her when she found that she had no thimble in her pocket so could not work us she timid intend ed at the sewing she was carrying Turning out of her way to Mrs Sym onds shop she bought the smallest thimble there which was however many sizes too big for her There was an old Scotch dame at tho coun ter impatiently waiting to make her own purchases Not recognizing the queen she broke into tho conversation with a loots but Its a rare fuss an fnddle youre maUln Blow fates Iti weel nn Itll stick That phrase the latter part of the sentence amused her majesty immensely and became quite a proverb in the royal family Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor besides this I want to go on record as saying that I regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center N Y J can never forget what it has done for me1 This glorious medecine gives a woman buoyant spirits vigor of body and jubi lant health It quickly cures Nervous ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Headache Unckache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the weak ailirg and sickly Try them sOc at Severs Drug tore A LITERARY SIN The Fabrication of Quotations Is a Censurable Practice Plagiarism is hardly so great n crime as the fabrication of quotations a practice which huts caused many an earnest student to waste hours in a fruitless endeavor to trace the passage cited Among the guilty Samuel War rem deserves special mention On one occasion he took purt in a debate dur lug which Uoebuck boasted that he was not a jparty man whereupon War von rose and sold tint my learned friends boast reminds me painfully of the words of Cicero He who be longs to no party is presumably too vile for any At the conclusion of the de bate Roebuck came over to compll ment his adversary on having made a successful hit adding 1 am fairly well up In Cicero but 1 have no Idea where I can find the passage you quot ed Neither have 1 said Warren Good night That literary sin the fabrication of quotations leaves Its legacy of trouble behind It long utter It has been com mitted Only the other day to a week ly journals correspondence column came the venerable question as to where in the Scriptures is to be found a reference to oil on the troubled waters a quotation countless preach used for cen ers and writers have tunes but neither Crudens Concord ance of tho Bible refers to it nor has Notes and Queries or Its Industrious correspondents ever been able to throw a light upon Its origin London Chronicle Electric BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold ovefia druggists counter The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is n disease prevailing in this country mast dangerous because so decep trveManysudden deaths are caused by itheart dis pneumoniaheart apoplexy arc often the result of kid ney disease If kidney trouble is allowed toadva ce- thckidneypoison cd blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidney s SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties A trial will convince anyone SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed FOOTBALL TANGLES Queer Situations That Have Developed on the Gridiron- In the fall of 1S99 Young the Cor nell quarterback received a bad bump on the head during the first half of one of the early games and was so dazed that he gave the signal for the same play eight times In succession The rival eleven unable to compre bend such generalship or rather luck of it became just as bewildered as the injured quarterback and in the effort to understand the unintelligible let the Cornell backs through for a quick touchdown The calling out of numbers while the opposing quarterback Is trying to give his team the signal for the next play has resulted In numerous tangles In one of the Army and Navy contests the quarterback of the latter eleven be came so confused In one instance when the Army players were shouting out various numbers while he was trying to direct the next play that he actually gave his men one of the serIes ofI numbers the Army men were suggest ing The Incomprehensible signal and the subsequent mlxup may be better Imagined than explained On the Yale squad in 190G there was a man who was not only n good play er but an excellent comedian It was told of him that more than once he put this gift to good account in a game An amusing remark here a bit of a story there then a touch of burlesque and his rival In the line would forget for the moment that football Is too se rious a matter for laughter It Is un necessary to add that the comedian was never so Interested in his own Dramatic efforts as to fall to take ad rnntage of their effect on the other man Outing Woman lovesa clear rosy complexion turd ck Blood Bile s purifies the blood chars the skin restores ruddyj ound health Hood and His Aunt While still u boy Thomas Hood went to Scotland fur a holiday trip and rIgIdIone occasion the old lady wus too Inv disposed to go to her beloved kirk butI round entertainment In the description I ot the passersby furnished by her ir epresslble nevvy Tammy my nun heck out whas that Thats iallle Soandsos daughter aunt and snt she making desperate love to roung Somebody whos walking by her sider The graceless hlzzlel Id vauk her gin 1 were her mammleI leek out again Tarn Theres Mrs Blank aunt and shes got on aIrand silk gown and such a velvet mantle Set us np laddie She Indeed the slllle wastrlfe bodle Shed better far Iay a shes owing Whas heist 1 And so they would go on the crabbed old Scotchwoman little suspecting halt the stour proceed from the active imagination of hem nevvy to heighten the fun and draw bet out NOTICE When sending a news item to this office please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news telephone us your locals and items of nterest Editor Overstocked Madge as the oldest of n family of girls has evidently heard and taken to heart the disappointment of her par nuts over the excessive femininity al otted by the fates to the family quiv cr When recently the fifth little daughter was born Madge was playing In he garden with one of her sisters and ns a neighbor considered was decided Iy rough with the child Madge dunt treat your little sister mot remonstrated tho neighbor You night kill her Well if I did was the cool response theres plenty more In tho souse Philadelphia Ledger I FRAUD ORDERS Tho Way Our Postoffico Inspectors Protect tho Public When a person or firm that Is unknown to the postolllce Inspectors be gins to receive large quantities of let tars the Inspectors begin to Investi gate They visit the olllce of the con cern and learn what they can IfI It Is a legitimate and honest business It Is not interfered with But If It looks shady If It happens to be n mining or land scheme that offers large re turns upon the Investment of money the Inspectors abstract a dozen or so of the Incoming letters from the mall get the names and addresses of the writers and then reseal the letters and permit them to be delivered The next move for the Inspectors Is to visit the persons whose names and addresses were taken from the letters anti to get from them the correspondence of the supposed fraudulent con corn With this the inspectors make a case and either cause the arrest of the dishonest persons or cause a fraud order to be Issued against it A fraud order Is simply an order made by the postal authorities at Washington declaring that such a business Is fraudulent and warning the public against sending money to It After that each letter coming ad dressed to that concern Is stamped fraud In red Ink across Its face and returned to time sender Thousands of schemes for defraud ing the public has been stopped by the postal authorities and they are always on the watch for them Kansas City Star Stung For 15 Years by Indjgestions pangstrying many doctors anti 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills and writes they whooley cured him They cure Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c at Severs Drug Store What Yeomen Were Yeomen were formerlyeousldem to be by their title on a level with esquires und they were culled yeomen because In addition to the weapons I proper for cruse engagements they fought In time wars with arrows null a I bow which was made of yew peace the word After the conquest the name of yeoman In reference to the original olllcu in war was changed to that of anher The term however was continued with additions the yeo man of the crown of the chamber yeoman usher tcand we timid that considerable Krauts were bestowed on sore of rheum In theI legal view a yeoman Is dellned to be out that has fee land of the value of 40 shillings a year and Is thereby qualified to serve on juries to vote for knights of the shire and to do any other net which the law may require The yeomen al ways took n leading part in whatever concerned the regulations or Interests of the kingdom and their renown as warriors Is fully established by their numerous heroic achievements Lon don Globe Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day Doans Ointment quickly stops its spreading instantly re lieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store- PLAYED WITH A LION A South African Child Who Ran io Meet the Big Doggie I The Infant son of one of the Dutch settlers in South Africa hud strayed I away After some time u search arty discovered little footprints leading in the direction of the bush Follow ing up these the search party came upon a lurge open space at the farther side of which they discovered the object of their search sItting hugging a little wooden doll and munching apiece of bread and butter Before they could make their way through time thick tangled undergrowth a large lion sprang Into the clearing The lit tie boy fur from being frightened ran to meet the lion holding up his bread anti butter and said Take a bite doggieThe father stood powerless to move or speak through fear expecting each instant to see the child crushed under tho lions paw but instead of doing as he dreaded the lion turned himself over and lay on his back at the childs feet looking up In his taco as a cat would do at play Watching his opportunity tho father raised his gun and fired hitting tho lion In tho leg The animal sprang up and leaving the child rushed on the party Injuring two of the number before it was final ly killed From this circumstance the child was immediately christened by the settlers Daniel London Family I Herald CASTORIAI I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Mans Future A man Is a bundle of relations a knot of roots whose flower and fruit age Is the world All Ills faculties rev tel to natures out of him All his fac ulties predict the world he is to Inv habit ns tho fins of the flab foreshow that water exists or tho wings of an eagle In the egg presuppose n medium of light air Insulate and you destroy him Ho cannot Jive without a world Emerson u r c Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Nov 16 1900 147 145 143 141STATIONS 146 I 142 144 148- Deily Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally h I I I I 40xI I PlII I I AlIl I L bL 1 111 H TT3 f508 8 53 Strawberry 7 10 n2 4U 7 25 9 19 5 15 B 50 Blshoff 7 02 f 12 30 7 18 U 2U f6 52 fia 19f1f 08 U 4Alcdora9 34 f5 2- 1UI 1 16 46 12 11 17 02 917 f5 32 0 17 Kathryn 6 12 f2 08 6 59 041 536 OJJ1 West Point 6 t 12 05 0 56 043 15 38 f0 23 Howard 6 37 f2 03 fO 64 AM 9 50u 46 fO 50 Bartles 0 30 fll 53 fbj 46 9 52 f984 Rock Haven 625 fI1481641U 5U I5 58 fU 40 Long Branch 6 19 Q1 4016 53 10 06 007 94U Brandenburg U 13 11 32 02510 12 616 f9 56 Bkron6 05 fll 23 U 16 1018 U 23 ftO 03 Ouston 558 fll 15 008 10 23 6 int 10 13 6 Oil 6 r Jrvinglo11 5 51 11 PG 56t r 1029 W 45 fIO 19 Webster 543 fIO 67f5 42 10 3U f6 55 flO 27 Lodlburg 5 37 no 43f5 54 10 42 f7 00 10 33 rlystic 5 31 110 41 5 26 1015 f104 itO 37 Sample 5S f10 37f5 22 10 G1 7 12 10 44 Stephensport S 21 10 27 1054 ff116 flO Addison 5 18 11022 6 10i1050 tl 18 flO 60 Holt 5 lS no 19 f5 08 15f65 t 04 6 12 11 18 t7 40 It 11 Skilintan4 56 10 53 4 44 f8 00 621 11 25 7 48 111 Hawcsvillc 4 48 I 9 43 4 36 7 48 39f632726f617 4 11f7f 7 06 13 07 B 34 12 02 Dutch 4 00 18 52 3 51 0 57 7 13 112 15 I 8 42 12 10 Owensboro 4 00 If8 45 8 45 1 6 50I I I 111f718 Conway 355 840 340 64r7 27 12 27 f8 55 12 21 Alntlingly 3 40 f8 30 3 34 fa 32 f633f13 f8 f625f1467 53 12 48 to 20 12 43 Beals 3 28 8 01 3 13 f6 15 7 fiB 12 50 g 22 12 I5 Spottsvllle 3 20 7 58 f5 Il 6 13 8 00 12 55 f9 27 12 50 Baskett 3 22 7 52 f3 07 6 OS G5A1 27 1005 1 28 Howell 253 7 16 236 1 35 1015 1 3a Evansville 2 45 7 10 2 30 84Af Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP Trains 145 and 146 curry free reclining chair cars between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Local sleeper between Louisville and Evansville Through Pull man sleeper between Louisville and St Louis No 141 will stop at stations west of Cloverport to discharge passengers from east of Cloverport No 144 will stop at stations east of Cloverrort to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford Line 53 2 4 DailDailEx Sunday Ex Sunday pmI7 08 11 35 Garfleld 031 5 25 7 18 fll 15 Harned f 9 21 f 5 14 7 21 11 40 Junction 9 17 5 11 7 27 11 55 a m Hardinsburg 9 12 5 06 7 34 12 01 p m Junction 9 06 0 00 I 7 42 f2 08 Kirk f 8 57 451 f 7 48 f2 14 AlcQuady f 8 GO 4 45 758 12 25 Olendeanc 8 39 4 34 8 07 12 33 Dempster 8 31 8 18 Falls of Rough 820 f 8 35 Dempster f 8 03 f4 26 f 8 38 f2 87 Rockvale f 8 00 I 8 43 f12 42 Vanzant f 7 55 f23f4 f 8 48 f2 47 Askins f 7 51 f 4 14 f 8 54 f12 511 Oaks f 7 43 f 406 03ff 10 07 f 1 00 Mitchell f 7 aO f 3 53tt f 024 f 1 23 Dundee f 7 10 f 3 34rf 9 32 f 1 31 Sunnydale 7 01 f 3 20 I 9 39 f 1 38 Combs f 6 54 f 3 10 955 pm 1 55 p m HARTFORD 6 40 a m 3 05 p mill i Real Estate Department Do you want to buy a farm or businees If you do yot may find just what you need in this department If you are interestIJ ed in any of the following proprieties write us at once for ownerii name and address If none of these places suityouwrite us at onc j tolling us what you want and where you want it and le us introduce you to the man who has the very property yo t are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productiv and fair in price V Do You Want to Sell your farm or business nIf YOItt want cash for your property send price and description at one 1 and lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together This department is conducted solely for the purpose of enabling buyers and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sale 1 ItJno D BabbaU I 1 Webstcn 2H miles from water the year round Onethird cash ail1 6OIrvington 80 micros of fresh land and Rood easy terms on balance en uprnq in grass no waste land now house mind lurgo now barn built last year For furFOR SALE Store house and i ther particulars write to Jno D corner First and High Meet Olovorport ICy whOlength140 acres 2 miles from Ouston exchange for a dwelling house in 1 3 300 3 miles from Irvington welttwatered lays welt Rood yoursgorc Lard good Two room cottage on Murray Avenul timber on rural route school Louse fO7 yards Well located Rents for J5 per month 1 fro n tlouso improvements s good tour roomii dwolllDIt with ltchon on back porch 1 750 a good harps barn and tenont house and cls y Nulls of Sinking road 2 mil f 1 most and hen house from Sample dwqlIngtorn back In the held Improvements attt wood shed will sellon easy payments plenty a good big barn oak and boot or sml1 fruit Further particulars address timber Tim oak timber is good tie timL Jno D BabbaRo Oloverport Ky canhauledAORE FARM 5 room cottage hall and land both bottom and hill Suitable f U7 porch In ood repair Utood jstallstock tobacco and fruit Plenty good water ye barn two good side sheds crib good meat round Terms one third coal balance house and hen house sad a variety or apples easy payments poaches and grapes a good woll and never tailing spring fur stock water 200 yards oast FOR SALEA farm contalning250acres a 1 under fence A nice et fof Llardlnsburg In easy distance to the high cottage 1 aSchool building when erected L5 rooms two cisterns a wullod collar w store room over It two good stock hartI I acres miles 01one tenant houso about 500 apple and peafour160 west 2000Lror 3 miles from brunoh trees nlso pears quinces and apricots I mt 1 kinds or smut fruits Including a n railroad alt fresh laud 100 acres In cultlvnJIl choicest grapes ioo aeresclesrthe best 01f Lion M acres In grass wlll nelghborloodtbutanes woods 1i acres In 8russi sev corn wheat and tobacco In black locust sulllcent for poets plenty lasting water well at door or dwell roomwlro the whole farm In It Iles near Elaand side 6oadetublo3tobaccoburns3tenantlousesoaL Biti St L n R prJco Is 86000 and easy payments good timber for farm purposes t goodhand to clear Price 3000 H cash FOR BALEA splondld stand C 32 acres on Hardlnsburg and physician In a Rood town surrun 3 3y 950 icttiia of Sinking road a miles by good prosperous farmers ThliAla J from Sample Improvements two onestory the place for some young physician to w dwellings throe big barnes hog house and Into01uestablished and u good drug butiiu blacksmith shop nil outhouses An physician wants tore 130 acres under necessary pasture 2B2 Is the reason for soiling for further acres iq timber white oak black oak beech ulars nddr088JNO D IIADDAOE Cloy and sugar tree all good size Plenty bt good port KY r I t CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AND NOTIONSIBy Charlotte Brewster Jordan CHEESE DATES Fill up the hollow apples now f datesWiththe mixed fruit galore Remove the seeds from nice large cavItiesAnda stilT golden mayonnaise And In the the medley pour bitOverPlace daintily a little Of Neufchatel light cheese Place apples each on separate plate Then press the dates together wellOnleaves of lettuce green u With salad they will please With maraschino cherries red 1Orheaped in some fine cutglass dish Well stuffed with nuts between p At Christmas1 jubilees 8GINGERTANGSServe with this cherry salad course 9 Thin wafers spread with cheese hueg9Wholepieces work Is ruddy as you please L1 When cut in halves scoop out inside o And fillto give them zest CHRISTMAS WASSAIL y With good soft cheese its rim outside large finellavored apples core 0Thehalves together pressedlhrcesureAndslowly bake until well done lG Their snap so modified Is guestThenput the pulp in punchbowl gay To please each grateful 8 With a teaspoonful of cinnamon 0 RED APPLE SALAD With lemon hIts half teaspoon each igSelectlarge apples rosyred grated nutmeg cloves allspice sizeOfl6 All uniform in well together oer allpour standMixScoop out In cups in waterM adviseThreepints of boiling cider nice 5 5Inwhich some cooks I A little lemonjuice be put Serve hot with sugared doughnuts round Until its time to fill As windup for the merry feast Mix celery snips with apple chips Good health then wish the company And grapefruit bits at will With every joy Increased YWUa IU YIVW YIW VIII I ROQUEFORT CHEESE Tho Discovery Made by a Poor French Peasant Boy A shepherd boy with a poor appe tIto discovered the secret of making Roquefort cheese True as gospel They swear by that story today In Roquefort France and if they only m know the lads name theyd raise a monument to him DC was out tend ing sheep and the sun smiting down I hisIaway with all of It threw a rrofof the cheese off to one side It hap pened to drop on a natural shelf and st a few months later the boy found ire the cheese still there He saw that It had undergone u constitutional change ICfor instead of being dry and hard it IC was moist nod creamy Besides there 0were veins of greenish mold running through It The boy tools a nip and tho taste was so pleasing ho carried n ivcrumb home to his mother She must have been a woman of Intelligence fouo sooner had she tasted than she 01 tool one of the largest rolls of cheese acfrom her dairy had her sou guide her to the cavern and placed it ou the shelf In dno time the samo tenange in was wrought and Roquefort cheese t1had arrived as an article of com merce All the natural caverns around i tho quaint old town now aro used for I ripening cheese and the women work In them with small oil lamps strapped around their chests New York Press at Looking Ones Best oi uoIts n womans delight to look her l best but pimples skit eruptions sores ncand boils rob life of joy Listen Buck lens Arnica Salve cures thorn makesI the skin soft and velvety It glorifies a tit the face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes i l Chappodtit25c at Severs Drug Store o oeAWalking Hotel After a visit to a famous entomolo whose wonderful microscopes aagist wtii have proved that there is always some rat living being to be found preying on then least of the minutest creatures last 7 i Lseen nu English writer turned to himI and soId cr I came here believing myself to bean Individual II1 leave knowing myself to be n community J fsr rtV Doans Regulets cure constipation I tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion am appetite and easy passage of tho bowels Ask your drufgest for them 25 cents n box Knockdown PricesIII I rise to offer another Instance of that wonderful adaptability of the American business man whereby he turns oven accident to advantage re cently announced a visiting Briton ala Washington club While In an Ohio town not long ago I observed that some mischievous In dividual had thrown a brick through the window of a tailoring establish ment Several sale placards had been knocked off the goods displayed where upon the quick witted proprietor ex hibited the following notice Some one tins thrown a brick knocking our prices down Dont re pent They cant go any lower Washington Star Checks in Exchange For Subscription- Wo will receive merchandise checks in exchange for subscriptions to tho News Toll your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many persons who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the money to pay for subscriptions etc- JNO D BABBAGE Down to a Fine Point A woman in never as old ns the wo man next door would like to have the other neighbors believe A woman is never as old as she has to believe herself- A woman is never as old as the fans lly Bible unfeelingly testifies A woman is never as old as she Ilooks to her growing daughters A woman is never old anyway if she is wise A woman Is always wise Therefore she Is INever never Old Boston Heraldr I IA NATURAL WONDER The Devils Race Course In the Blue Ridge Mountains nbonlldII if tliiin all In my opinion is the Dev ils Jlnce Course which is but a short walk front Icnninr At lirst view this strange nntura phenomenon appears like a broad roadway of great stones which ex tends away up the mountain In a path no human hued could ever build Many of Ithese great stones weigh tons while others are only a few hun dredweight Lying close together by the thousand they present an extraor dinary spectacle Tradition has It and scientists agree thou a thousand or more years ago this slrauge track wits tile bed of an nuelunt river The conclusion Is drawn front Itin looks of theI stones They airs all will rounded anti worn smooth showing Ithe action of water which had polished their rough edges no doubt for centuries But the mystery Is if this theory be true to explain how the great body of water was confined at the sides for the course Is not hemmed In by high banks nor Is it located In n ravine In fact it stands somewhat higher than the natural side of the mountain The puzzle only intensities Interest in the queer place and multiplies the ar guments and theories of its prehistoric origin Baltimore American Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Cures it in a few hours Relieves any pain in any part Ancient Houses Chimneys were wholly unknown to the ancients who had to let the smoke of their tires escape through an open- Ing in tho roof Chimneys came Into use In the fourteenth century It was In the sane century that glass for win dows put In Its appearance At a much later date the home comforts were very scarce Even in gentlemens houses the second storywhere there happened to be onewas approached from the outside the walls were bare without wainscot o plaster their barrenness being as n rule unrelieved by picture or decoration f I Ip j t The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company 13 F BEARD DIRECTORS PresidentCapital 50000Morris Eskridgo MI H BEARD Surplus anJ UnaG WjBeard ltichnrdsonCashier1 divided Profits Dr A M Kincheloo PAUL COMPTON C V Robertson Assistant Cashier 1 100000B F Beard Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno 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 L 4I I w tC 4I WANTED I Elm Hub Timber IMS I III INQUIRE OF II- IT F SAWYER III CLOVERPORT KY II- II HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID I 5211 THE ANIMAL MIND A Story About a Cow and the Calf She Licked An absurd story Is cited about n cow showing what creatures of habit animal are This particular cow would not stand to be milked unless she could lick her calf at the same time For a long time she always had a cult of some age or other to tick but a last by 111 fortune one of her calves died There Is no reason why a bereaved mother should mourp her loss Just at milking time but there was the fixed habit of making certain motions The farmer however was a practical psychologist He stuffed the skin of the calf with hay cud let the cow have that to lick To be sure the hay calf had neither heal nor legs but a cow has no general Ideas concerning the nature of calves nor any special reason for assuming that calves should have heads and lifgs It felt right and it swelled right It enabled her to go through the customary motions at milking time Therefore It was sum cleat By dint of caressing anti ticking her little calf the tender parent one fine morning unripped It Time hay Issued from within and the cow manifest- Ing not the slightest surprise or agitation proceeded tranquilly to devour the unexpected provender E T Brewster in McClures Magazine V Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIIaFarm I have posted my farm agitist hunters Jas Tinuis Oddly Named- A Mr Hudson who hail made a large fortune as a dentist had built a very expensive country house near Dublin but of such an extraordinary construction as to bid defiance to the crlllctsm of the architect One day after dinner at Cumins this singular mansion became a subject of merriment for bis guests The question for their satirical Inquiry was What was Its order of architecture One said it certainly was Grecian another contended It was Snxou and a third that It was orientalI when their host thus interposed Excuse me gentlemen you are nil wrong It Is Tusktin From the Ir regularities of the mansion timid from its proprietor beluga dentist the Irish call It Snaggletooth HullLoudon An swers Not Worth a Rush Not worth a rush is as a popular saying the predecessor of the uuw more common simile not worth a straw IIn precarpet days It wits Ithe custom to strew the Moors of dwelling houses Vhcu guests of rank were en tertained fresh rushes were spread for them but folk of lower degree had to bo content with rushes that had al ready been used while still humbler persons had none as not even being worth a rusbLondon Standard SubscribeJti4 J r f f 4 w 1tdUtWdflJiJotJt4 tAtIotN 1 r t I Special Notice I TOBACCO GROWERS I IIIwill give a 500 gold pieceII for the best hand of Burley To I bacco and a Pocket Knife worth 150 for the second best hand Prizes to beawarded Jan 1 I 1910IIby a committee of three I All interested menII bring in their samples for I fee play in ourstore No disII I II Full line Wood and Coal Stoves Heaters Cook I Stoves and Ranges GEl UINE A I American Farm and Poultry Fence Ii all heights i I Be sure and see me before you b- uyIJDASHCRAFT J I I Dealer in I Hardware Farm Implements Stoves and Furniture IRVINGTON KENTUCKY n Y WANTRUIAirto our church choir my dear it is I Wo want sooosuuuk 53000 Raccoon 50 1 KM UiiKLrnit 3n nnn lnk5000Foiesouch 44U orderly orgllnlzrlIon I never I see you whispering to one another duroAddressI ing services II B F WILSON FUR COMPANY Mrs Froutpew No none of us are II pt o BOX 17 TUSCOLA ILL im speaking terms I a J 91 s I t iiff THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGe SONS PUBLISHING CU 1 iiIssued livery Wednesday SI ii criptiCn Pnoo 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS ovor five linos charred for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 conts per line Money IB advance Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct please otify us- When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give their old as well as the now addr- essEIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 1 1909 TO GROWERS OF TOBACCO lYe want to call the attention of tobacco growers to an article in this paper from Mr Emison Shaw Secretary and Treasurer of the j Homo Warehouse Company reffardinir the stripping and handlingf tobacco He says the old way of handling tobacco is a thing of the j past A man cant now put it up in any old way and expect a good p ice The tobacco must come up to grade and must correspond as near as possible with the grades selected by those who represent theII grower and the buyer These agencies ho says have accepted samples I made up Ity The Trade into five grades of leaf and lugs each sample representing its own grade only and all differences to he ad 4 justed by the grader Ho says further if the grower wants the top price he must put all his best tobacco in the tor grade Dont mix it with the lower grades but to classihy his crop into as many grades as the crop shows This is splendid vicl and if heeded will save a whole lot of S trouble to the grader and in the end please the buyer Ho is the Ulan after all that should be pleased if we want to make a lasting cus tomer of him Our advice to the farmer and grower is to stand by t your committee and your graders If you elect them to do a certain thing sell a certain product at a certain price have confidence in their ability and judgment and when they have done the best they could under the circumstances it is your place to accept and stand by them tt- If they have sold a certain grade at a certain price accept it and then do your level best to furnish that evade This will save a lot of trouble and worry and give you a reputation in the business world for fair dealing TILE SOLID SOUTH Mr Charles William Dabney President of the University of Cincinnati has recently delivered very able address on the Solid South Mr Dabney is one of the foremost thinkers of the day and has evidently studied the conditions in the South as they are today very thoroughly He does not look at the situation there altogether from a partizan standpoint but rather points out the conservative I view and censurs none of her great men for the part they took in secession or for the determined stand they have taken in these latter days to make the South solid On this point ho says We shall not go to the length of saying that it is wrong for the South to bo solid We have not heard that any of our great political teachers have told the people of Pennsylvania of Maine or of New Hampshire that it is wicked for them to be solid Though no Southern State has been beenSso consumed by corporation greed as have New Hampshire and Maine Neither do we believe that the Solid South is going to bo broken up immediately The Solid South had its foundation in that spirit of loyalty to the province and the traditions of the province which has always characterized noble peoples Loyalty to a cause is the first duty ofevery human being It is the first essential1 to character in the nation as well as in the man Loyalty is the life of the patriot thenIthat we are provincial let us answer that we are proud of it for the philosophers all tell us that provincialism is the beginning of patriotism The people of this city were aroused from their Sunday morning naps about 5 oclock last Sunday morning by fierce and continuous blowing of whistles at the railroad shops The situation was the more startling when the alarm of fire was given In a little while men women and children from all parts of the city were soon on tbeI grounds watching the round house go up in flames and smoke For more than twenty years everything has moved along like clockwork at the shops and this is the only serious loss the company has usstained there However the officials of this road are efficient capable men andwe have no doubt but that in a little while everything will soon be put in order again The next session of the General Assembly which convenes in Frankfort the first week in January will be decidedly Democratic In the House there will be seventythree Democrats and twentyseven Republicans In the Senate twentysix Democrats and twelve Republicans At the first American Congress hold in Now York the tax onbl spirits was put at ton cents per gallon and Mr Madison thought it l was outrageously high Now the government gets 110 on every gallon It seems quite probable that the place on the Board of Control will go to Dr Fayette Dunlap of Danville Gov Wilson has already given it out that Dr Dunlap is the character of man he wants for the position urybuildingthe purchase of tickets a Tho election commissioners announce that the good roads con stitutional amendment has carried in the State by a majority of five thousand a Visiting Ills Daughter Old Fiddlers Contest 3 The old fiddlers contest last TuesdMr Greenwood of Tell City has day night was H success financially been the pleasant visitor of his daugh and furnished much amusement for theJJ ilterMrsf Richard Carter Mr Green audience Wes Beatty got the prizey and Bob Mattingly fiddled a good wood always enjoys his visits to Clover match Willett brothers were also port present t tSSq t1- s t uEl Mc6 fiSHs 89w8 sSHcl wSsHfi 8fiS56 Wwc nSSHfi KS96 nR JnRfll WSHS w9MQ W9RQ w9N6lNN9EMJi ro9NQf HRc 9MaKSl i NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR i Y IOR I OVERCOATIIWhilethe stock is completeI1 Mens Suits from 350 to 15 I IAll Ithe Latest Styles are shown here to suit the most fastidious dressers IIBoys and Childrens Suits from 1 to 750 I Overcoats and Rain Coats from 2 to ft1t1tIHJI 125 to 750 I IIDo completeIInot fail to see my line before you buy as I have the most line in tho county and can give you good quality and low prices Ladies Cloaks Skirts and Suits all colors and styles at the lowest prices I Ilii Ladies Cloaks from 3 to 1250 Ladies Suits e at 15 all colors long coats tll- IIII shoes SHOES from m- eSPECIAL IIbetterI II I LOW PRICES ON LADIES FURS I IIED F ALEXANDER M Irvington 1 Ky l I BEWLEYVILLE House Parties Thanksgiving Turkey Dinners And Mince Meat Pies Galore If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent four Miss Alice Corwin and Pete Smith of Guston Miss l+ annie Hardaway and brother Edgar spent the week end with Miss Ada Stith Ed Jqrdan wife and baby of San Francisco Cal are spending a month with relatives here Dr HE Becker wife and son J E Jr spent Thanksgiving with W A StithOrla Cnndiff and family spent Sunday with Horace Albright Mrs Edwin Foote and Miss Bessie Voote are spending several days with the Moore family at McDaniels Sell your produce hid s and furs to the Irvington Produce Co Miss Alberta Drury and brother Wathentook Thanksgiving dinner with Miss Roberta Willitt of Rock Haven hence on to see their grandmother Mrs Alonzo Moremen of Brandenburg returning home Sunday Miss B Ada Drury of Louisville Saturday with her brother Wade and In the afternoon took a degree in the Eastern Star Miss Essie Kendall of Webster will arrive Saturday to spend a week with Misses Alberta Drury and Mary Payne In honor of Miss Kendall Miss Alberta will entertain the following friends at a week end house party Mary Payne Fannie Hardaway Albert Marshall Paul Wilson and Edgar Hardaway William J Stith sold his crop of to to Thos J Triplett at 12 per hundred Louisville Market Report Louisville Nov 30 1009 Special Wheat No 2 Red and Longberry 117 1 1- CornNo2 white 07K OatsNo2 mixed Alt EggsMarket quite case count 26 and 27- cPouJtryHens 11 and 12c per Ibj roosters 0c young chickens 12 15c ducks 13c turkeys l4c geese 8c HogsTops81151pigs750 710 roughs 735 Sheep and LambsBest lambs 3Jf 0c seconds 5 5c fat sheep 31- 5GameRabbits 125 and 150 per ozen Roasting pigs sold on Chicago market last Friday for 875 Same time last they sold for Is I Better Subscribe NEWS From Webster And Raymond Thanksgiving Visitors Many The Cyster and Ice Cream Supper given by the League and ladies of the church was quite a success Gross proceeds being 14850 Mr A B Cashnmn and family visited his father Mr J W Cashman near Lodiburg Sunday Mrs C S Crosson Misses Georgia and Sue Frymire of Chenault were visitors of MH M J Crosson Thursday Mr nnd Mrs Percy M Beard dnd family spent thanksgiving with Air Mrs D S Richardson Mr Beard Dr Win L Milner aud Mr F M Cart enjoyed two days hunt lug quail and were quite successful killing 42 birds Misses Mary Franklin Beard and Martha Haynes of Hardinsburg were visitors of Miss Esther Payne at Stephensport last Saturday Mrs P J Herman of Tell City Ind visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jabe Haynes Thursday Miss Nell Cashman who is teaching school at New Bethel was at home this weekMisses Clyde and Hallie Severs and Eula Kobe Cart were visitors of Miss Lilla Brown at Lcdiburg last Saturday 4 Coal Coal Have you laid in your Win ter Coal Ifnot you had bettor do it now while weath or is good and price low a City Coal Co JAS M LEWIS Prop Cloverport Ky Office Gregory Co Phone 35 WII Mr and Mrs Charles Basham were visitors of Jas W Hall and family this weekMrs Wm Chenault is on the sick list Miss Cora Bennett is at home after a stay of several weeks with friends at Amnions If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr George Shellman who is attend ing school in Hnrdinsburg visited his parents this week Born to the wife of S IT Dutschke a boy Nov 21 Mr Rufus McCoy who is teaching school in Cloverport and Mr Horace McCoy teaching at Webster spent Thanksgiving with their parents Mr and Mrs A N McCoy Mrs Sarah J Burner visited her son Herbert L Bruner last week Mr Dewby Lawson is quite a frequent visitor in our town Mrs Bet Argabright and Mrs Matilda Shaw Lodiburg spent last Saturday at Jerry Bashams Joe Trent visited the school at this place Tuesday of last week The school here is dismissed for the present The house is being repaired Jerry Basham was in Cloverport one day last week onbusiness- Mr aud Mrs J H Avitt and Miss spentThanksgivsng Chas Avitt spent from Thursday till Sunday with his sisters Mrs Peters Coucordia and Airs Ewing Magnet Ind He was accompained home Sun day afternoon by Mrs Ewlrig Jas P Tucker will give a show at the school house at this place Friday night Dec 3 everybody invited Mr Sam Stiff and grandaughter Miss Velma Bruutjr attended church Sunday lit Walnut Grove Mrs Bell Murphy and family Rho delia spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Carlt Chappell The soothing spray of Elys Liquid Cream Balm used in an atomizer 9an unspeakable relief to sufferers from Catarrh Some of them describe it as a Godsend and no wonder The thick foul discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks Liquid Cream Bam contains all the healing purify ing elements of the solid form and it never fails to satisfy Sold by all drug gist for 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Miller Likes It Too Please enclosed find check for one dollar Please send mo Breckenridge News When I got home I found a notice saying my time was up and you know I cant do without the News now Sena me this weeks paper Yours truly C B Miller Eddyville Ky Nov 22 uIt p IIt YOu- r Want a- Neal f t PieceJob i Work Thislie e I Place Iom Y J y Get JIlc r 1i t I T r r i i I A Reliable Reme- dyCATARRH J FOR AMBAIM rggRyRyooe Ells Cream Balm oP itI quickly absorhed 0 Gives Relief at Once tva 5 ELtBnahealstho diseasemetu brano resulting from Oatarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly Restores tho Senses of Tusto and Smell Full sizo HO cts at Druggists or by mail Liquid dream Balm for uso in atomizers 75 cts Ely Brothers GO Warren Street Now York 15he Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DEC 11900 PERSONALjj J Mrs John Ridge is in Louisville Prof Tanner was home Thruksgivii ingvHenry Duncan went to Owensboro L TuesdayIt Miss Claudia +Pate was in Louisville 1 his week Mrs Will Pate has returned from McQuadyTom spent Thanksgiving in t LouisvilleSend renewal or subscription for the NewstM H Gabbert of EHzabethtown fras 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Mrs Andrew Squires Nowis the time to buy good winter shoes at the Shoe Store Conrad Sip pie the shoe man William H Lewis of Pennsylvania who has been visiting Ed Morrison has gone to Mattoon Ill Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Virginia of Versailles have been vis iting Mrs Fred Fralze J Morrison Calhoon dentists offlcr downstairs 215 Fourth street both phones Owensboro Ky I Dr A A Simons made his annual visit to Postmaster R E Woods in Louisville Thanks ivingIMr and Mrs Ether Hall of Webster have been the guests of Mrs Halls sister Mrs Lucius Chapin Miss Mary Gibson of Holt was the I J I coifs Emulsion is the originalhas been the standard for thirtyfive yearsThere are thousands of socalledjust as good Emulsions but they are I nottheyare simply imii i iII tations which are neverII as good as the original They are like thin milk SCOTTSls thick likeac heavycream If you want it thin do it yourselfwith water 1 but dont buy it thin von BALE DY ALLDRUGOISTSI I send lOc name tot paper and this ad for onr 1C beautiful Stringa Yank and Child SketchBook Sash bank contain a Qood Luck Penny orr DOWNE 409 Pearl St New York to h C7 JOYOUS WEEK AT IRVINGTON Thanksgiving Day One Of Happy Meetings And Pleasant En tertainments Many Visi tors In Town Other News SEVERAL HOUSE PARTIES The Thanksgiving sensou was quite a gay one In this popular community many social functions made bright the holidays nature was In her happiest mood tho weather fooled the birds into the belief that Spring had returned every body was glad and gave thanks it orthodox fashion The servic s at the Presbyterian church on Thursday morning brought together a large and worshipful congregation the pastors of all of the churches were present Rev K May of the Methodist church preached tine helpful sermon from the text Bless the Lord oh my Soul sac forget not all his benefits The music was well rendered and the offerings were good The noble turkev contributed to the pleasure of many dinner parties on that and succeeding days and the visitors lu our midst are charmed with the hospitality of our growing enterprising town A little girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs E H Jolly on last Thursday Nov 25 and was christened Elizabeth Claire Jolly lames Owen Cunningham who Is a student at Beechmont spent the holidays with Mrs Louts II Jolly Miss B Ada Drury returned to Louis ville Sunday- One of the splendid dinners given here Thanksgiving was that by Mr and Mrs Bate Washington There was a large number of friends and relatives present Highest market price in cash paid for butter eggs poultry hidefc furs etc Irvington Produce Co Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran teed M W Winn Manager Miss Essie Biggs left Sunday for Louisville after being the guest of the Misses McGlothlan Mrs Virgin Calhoon left last week for an indifinite visit to relatives and friends at Oivensboro Harvey Musselman who was taken to St Joseph infirmary Louisville some time ago has returned Mr and Mrs Alvin Withers of Kirk after a visit to Mr and Mrs T R Blythe have returned Misses Hilary Bryan Nettie Slack of EHzabethtown and Miss Essie Biggs of Louisville have gone to their homes after attending a week end house patty given by the Misses Me Glothlan Ben Bates has purchased the barber shop and fixtures from Dr L B More guest of her aunt Mrs Chas Ham man Saturday and Sunday Mrs Muir and David Owen Hall and Major Muir of Louisville have been visiting Mr and Mrs Stader Good for Bad Boys Shoes are the solid made kind Try a pair if you like your boySold by Conrad Sippel Miss Katie Graham Ditto and Mr and Mrs David Duncan of Branden burg were in Louisville last week If you have any legal matters to attend to or if you want to borrow money call on or write to neV G BabbagoMr Mrs Joe Sawyer and children and Mrs Francis Sawyer went to Hardinsburg Tuesday to visit Mrs HestonMr Mrs Allen Kingsbury spent Sunday at Union Star with Mrs J N McCoy Mr Rufus McCoy has returned to this city Miss Hord and niece Miss Bernice Perkins have returned to their home in Louisville after a two months stay at the home of Mrs Joe Fitch Miss Bernice Roff has returned to her home in Macon ID after a most pleasant stay with her brother Mr Wave Roff Miss Koff is a most attractive young girl and was charmed with her visit South Mrs F W Basham of Skillman attended church here Sunday and was the guest of Mrs Fitch Mrs Basham says Cloverport and her good people are very dear to her and she delights in a visitamong us- WantedSuccess Magazine wants an energetic and responsible man or woman In Cloverport to collect for renewals and solicit new subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Any one can start among friends and acquaintances and build up a paying andjpermanent business with out capital Complete Outfit and instructions free Address VON Success Magazine Room 103 Success Magazine Building New York City N Y Born toMr and Mrs Ed OReilly Tuesday Nov 30 a II pound girl rIe n A Picture offFather and Mother I How it would delight your children how iteould please c your friend s Bra bandt Studio Clovct port Ky Irvington Ky Every Tuesday n man Ho took possession Ht once andI will conduct a first class barber shop He has as a barber Alt Will Bailey of Hartford Jno Waller of Hopkinsville spout a few days in the city last week Mrs II B Head who has been the guetof Mr and Mrs Richardson of Garfield returned h me Monday Irvington Produce Company pays cash for butter eggs poultry hides nnd furs Mrs Bade Ilutchersou and Mrs T S Beard left yesterday for Louisville after an enjoyable visit to the Misses Munford There will the a molting of the citizens of the town and those that haveI pooled at the Public Hull on Thursday evening at 7i0 oclock Mrs Mullen of Cloverport if spending I this week with her daughter Mrs Hdc1I McAfeeMr Mrs H H Keeper roturned Friday from Big SprrnJIMiss Ellen Muuford was the hostess at a delightful 12 party lust Saturday evening at her home on the Heights Miss Munlords guests included the following Mis Ueltic Hutcherson Mrs T S Beard Mrs Nuncio Wathen and Mr and Mis J M Hrndon Misses Hilary Bryan Nettie Slack Essie Biggs Eva Herndon Mabeland Eva McGlothlan Messrs Adam Cooper A B Suter Joe Piggot mid Jno Waller Mr C L Chamberlain his returned from Louisville where she went to at tend the meeting of the E tstern Star Miss Eliza Piggott was hostess to a few of her friends on Thursday evening The young people made merry with gam s in keeping with the season from seven to ten thirty Mrs A D Coleman entertained the Home society of the Methodist church on Monday afternoon The week of Prayer under the auspices of the W F M S of the Methodist church was well attended and very helpful The remainder of the pledge of twenty dollars was provided for on Wednesday afternoon and on Friday afternoon a thank offer ing was given which U to he employed toward defraying the expenses of the training school candidate at Kansas CityMiss Evelyn Herndon entertained a few friends very charmingly with a forty two party Friday morning for Misses Nettle Slack Hilary Bryan Essie Biggs and Mrs Earl Bennett The af fair was a most elegant and unique in every detail Mrs Mary W Muuford arrived last week from Chicago where she has been with her daughter Mrs Evan Pusey and Mrs Glovy Weather for the past year The town had a street cleaning Mon day and it is the greatest improvement we have had and such a help to the town Miss Mary Alexander entertained Saturday evening with a pleasant party for her friends all reported an enjoy + + t I Writs m + h + u JANIEICarpenter a good location Is open In a thriving town for a contractor carpunter who IIs miirrlcd sober and knows Ms iiitNlncxN or further liiorinrUlou ad dross X V f guru News SALE Mulos2tlireoyoarold and 1 twoyuur old next Spring 1 T OWEN Clovcriion Ky ial3t FOIL SAld3I1 tot on Maui Streot In Irvin tonl size 89x120 fuels for further Informn- tlon 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Hlack after several interesting games were slaved a delicious course of ices were served Mrs John Nevitt iis entertaining a number of girls at her home near Ba sin Springs today in honor of Misses Hilary Bryan and Nettie Slack of EHzabethtown Dr M Bewley formerly of Irving ton now of Penrod has been in the cltv the past several days shaking hands with old friends and relatives This is Dr Bewleys first visit back home for five years The girls were all rooting for the Louisville High School last week and thfl purple and gold was in evidence Joe Piggott was smiling and very happy over the result of the football victory of his team on Thanksgiving day Joe plays ieft guard and is an enthusiast Rev Holzeclaw Here The Rev Mr Holzeclaw of Louisville supplied the Baptist church here Sunday in an excellent manner and de livered a most logical sermon He is a three thousand dollar man The young girls say he does not suit this church In other words he is married Improving Residence The residence of 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STANDARD OIL Incorporated cryrb1M r VV+ r IAc HOLIDAY PRESENTSLa- test styles in Bracelets Watches Diamonds and Jewelry INoclties of till kinds at popular prices Select your goods now while the display is complete Come to see us or send I for our Catalogue Wiseman Son I EI IeYbetweenWi n CLOVERPORTIncorporated oU Capital I and- Undivid d Profits Sate Sound accounts receive carefulI attention as ones appreciate business and in fluonce paid on Time Deposits CLOVERPORT KY 1 i i Oil Smokeless successfully solvedThe Heater Device a fullglowing a smokeless of exposure of COMPANY CoM Surplus CITY AND SCHOOLTAX PAYERS are hereby notified that on December 1 1909 the pen alty will bo added Remem ber no favors will be shown Payment is requested without fail Call at the ulnae in rear of Cloverport Bank Chas May Sr Tax City and Schoolii i Y f I T I I j lcFULLlclc- j I I Novelized Walters From By Great EugeneII JOHN W HARDING CoII Copyright 1908 by G W Dillinjham IT- obe Continued CHAPTER XVII MMA moved toward tho door Ehut her her husband ran and Intercepted Watt n minute You cant goI that way he said determinedly You are my wife and you cant leave here without some explanation Ive no explanation to make she retorted coldly You will please let me go Ive done my part and Its my rlKbt tgjcnvo lit tell you I wont let you go until you tell me the truth What happened with Williams and how did you Induce him to agree Youve no right to ask that Tho price I paid for that letter Is none of your business You set that prices at the highest possible figure a woman an pay Now how I bargained or what I paid Is none of your affair It Is my affair I want to know aid I will know When you sent me to that man J o Brooks I told you that If I made + he bargain I was to make It alone that it was to be my business alone rlmid that I should newer bo asked You traced Ive carried out my part You arry out yours I gave you your free tom You give me mlnel There Is only one reason why you liould leave here now and that Is Wll itms Are you going back to him She stepped back from him and wopt film with n look of cold dhulaln If there was one thing left for you to do to make you the most cohtomptl Ido cad youve done It now she ex lalmed When you sent mo to Wil liams I thought youd sunk as low as you could but I so I was mistaken There was a depth that oven In my II wont let you jo until you tell me the truth disgust my loathing of you I uovcr Imagined existed But now youve reached It I dont hate you I just pity you A gleam of fury glowed In his eyes under this merciless castigation and he moved toward her menacingly Thats not the answer I want he said harshly Youre quibbling Tell me the truth about Williams Youd hotter let me go Youll tell mo the truth about Williams before you leave this room he shouted Make up your mind to that now because thats Just tho way Its going to be She realized that she had gone too far In her denunciation that his anger was dangerous and that he would stop at nothing not even blows not even murder lie was white his teeth were set and on his quivering face was an expression of ferocious determination that warned her that she must tern pnrlzc and appear to give In to him Very well she assented turning train the door If thats the way Its going to be Im perfectly willing Then answer me- hi Intend to do that but I Intend to do something more than merely an swer that question If you dont mind wed better sit down She motioned him to a chair and seated herself so that the table was between them In tho first place she went on very calmly In order to relieve your mind I might tell you that I have done nothing tonight which can reflect upon me as a good woman I had no intention of doing any such thing So far as I can find out you aro the only per son who had my degradation In mind i and was willing that It should happen If It resulted In your escaping the con sequences of being a thief What do you mean- I 1 mean that Captain Williams did c have tho slightest lIdea or putting IInot o on your freedom toward which any way would have to contribute You seem to bo the only one who thought that I with all I hold pre cious wits a fair figure to offer Had I gone had he demanded had I sub witted and brought back that paper and given myself to you again as wet as your freedom you would have been contented and happy You know thats not true Biuma ho protested The white heat of his Ire hnd been dulled by her quietness and little by little he was becoming cowedI It Is true Joe and so do you I wanted to go to mother with out having all this talk but now thiit we have to talk lets be frank with each other and with ourselves And you try to appreciate the truth as much as you nro able To begin with It seems that I have been alono In not realizing how worthless you are My father when we were w be married warned mo not to take you Unless i thought you indispensable to my hap plness You know that every one else put It a little more bluntly But I thought I loved OU11I1 sure I dill Now It seems utterly beyond belief nut then It must have been love I mistook your egotism for a deeper sentiment a determination of purpose and I thought In my girlish way that tlio things you preached about Hoclnl Ism the cruelty of the rich and all that meant that you were noble self sacrificing even brilliant Now II know tho difference You fight capi till God sometimes Is klud to a fight er but he cant have much use for a man who whines You believed me then Emma he said brokenly you know you did you know you did Thats the wonderful part of It Ive always believed you till tonight and now I know I never should have believed you Youve always been a liar and youve always been dishonest at heart Your Incompetency the way you were distrusted by your employ ersi thought was hard luck injustice But now I know that you never were and newer will be the least bit of good to yourself or any one else You married me to help yourself YouI tried to disgrace me to help yourself I was willing to meet the situation lint you couldnt and tonight you wanted to sell me to help yourself I pity you from the bottom of my heart I think Ive told you the reason why I cijunqj lUy e with you any longer She rose Emma he supplicated humbly It will all be different Let me start out again Give me another chance Ill never lie to you again and Ill never take a cent that Isnt my own I prom ise you I wont She shook tier head Oh yes you will You cant help ItI Captain Williams told me tonight that a woman who was good couldnt be bad and a woman who was bad couldnt be good Its that way with men One who Is Inherently honest could never be dishonest and one who Is Inherently dishonest could never be honest You are both a thief and a liar and there Is no hope for you Youve struck the downward path and youll keep on going until the end If you ever lad a chance It was with me and youve thrown It away Im sorry more sorry than I can tell Goodby He leaped to the door which she was about to open and placed his hand against It Emma you mustnt go You cant go I will not let you go I will go and I request that you will open the door she said firmly She grasped the handle but he put out his arm and forced her away Enough of this tomfoolery I he cried with a savage scowl following her up menacingly as she staggered back Im your husband 1 order you to stay here and here you will stay It only remained for you to strike mol she gasped Strike you Ill strangle you If you ever dare to try to speak to me again as you have done this night 1vo borne with you mind humored you and put up with your Insults too long What I did was for you and you know It What you did about which you are giving yourself such airs Is no more than any wife would do for a husband whod acted as I did Thats all there Is to It and I dont want to hear any more about It now or at any other time Im master In this house and Im going to remain master You are not my master and you cant frighten me with your threats she retorted Open the door this In stant Ho grasped her roughly by the arm You take your hat off and go to bed he ordered pushing her toward the bedroom Thats the best place for you Never she panted wrenching her self free and grasping a vase on the table to defend herself with If you make one step toward roe you coward Ill scream for help Rushing at her he seized her by the throat and hurled her on tho sofa Ills fingers tightened their grip choking all utteranceYou leave me will you he cried shaking her with all his strength Leave me Leave me Then you will leave me dead Ho did not hear a knock nor the opening of the door that followed It A hand gripped him by the collar and his own grasp of Emmas frail form relaxed The band swung him round and sent him reeling across the roomWhats tho matter with you Brooks Has It got to wife beating nowSmith stood looking at him scorn fullyEmma struggled up more dead than alive Oh Jlmsy she cried he tried to 4 Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I Have been well ever since lasTake keCARDUI I The Womans Tonic I Cardui is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells it kill me because I would not stay with himAll right Emma you go now he replied You stop here commanded her husband furiously What does this man menu by Interfering In my af fairs lX guess that nine has a big claim oil your gratitude said Smith Thats two escapes youve hind tonight ono from the penitentiary and ono from the electric chair Youve a whole lot to be thankful for If you only know It Brooks but It looks like you dont Eminn hind eafhed the door and hurtled out wll him Took fug back HIT husband would have rushed after her but betweeni him raid the exit stood the tall form of Smith and there teas something In Jlmsys llook hi the lines that hind tightened about his mouth that caused him tq hesitate lie had never Imagined that the kind genial face could take on such an expression Tho eyes had become hard and forbidding and under their keen gaze the mans feeble courage wilted Brooks said Smith you have no more rights You relinquished them all under the terms of your deal with Emma and you have been paid In full Of course if you repent of the bargain Captain Williams as a party to the contract may be Induced to can cel the receipt and leave the matter as It was earlier in the evening I will get him on the phone in a Jiffy If you say so A smile so sickly so distorted with baffled rage that it became a hyena like grimace flickered on Brooks vls ngeI see he said Youve all turned against me now you think Im down Yell as you like Consider Ive been paid In full Im agreeable Ive done nothing but slave for her for five years and been kept down by her I didnt send her away but seeing shes going against my wishes shell stay gone It lets me out In future Ill only have myself to think of and you bet Im going to do it Thats Up to you retorted Smith sententiously Without saying good night he turned and left the room to rejoin Emma who was waiting for him nt the hot tom of the elevator shaft- CIIAPTElt XVIII ASHED with rain tho store W forgetmenots of the an gels blinked 11m1 p I d 1 y from the sky of violet blue The moonlight flooded the country percolated in soft refulgent cascades through the spruces nnd hemlocks and traced with Its witchery weird ara besques In the glades On the road that ribboned through the forest and up from the lake walked Emma Brooks and her sister Beth the latter grumbifn You are the queerest girl she com plumed No one but you would think of coming out in such weathernot a soul My shoes are so heavy with mud I can hardly lift my feet Oh I Just had tol I love itre plied Emma I simply could not stay Indoors I know now what a bird must feel like when It Is caged You must humor me little sister I have been born again awakened to a uow life My soul snatched front the swirl firo of sordidness of sorrow of base ness that seared It must expand or burst My life for so long was de pressed In the fog like that we came up through today to emerge at last into the brightness of tho mountain tops It is hard to realize that I have left all this behind and am free In the lightYou certainly have had a hard time of It with that beast admitted Beth stopping to lake breath Listen I went on Emma Dont you love that chorus of the frogs and tho grasshoppers I think there Is something weirdly exquisite In these noises of the night that we do not hear in tho city that I have not heard t for ages nnd ages Oh 1 wish the woods hero were licit of the old world nightingales that the poets say feed tho heart of the night with fire satiate the hungry dark with melody dont you And dont you love this Incense- iii of the soaked earth and Its verdure- It lifts mo to tho clouds there that j moonjcd ness and the Joyous peal went echoing through the wood I I Lou Emma how you tallI said Beth marveling nt her sisters cxalta lion which she did not understand They trudged on and upward In si lence through the mud past cheerful lights that glowed through windows of bungalows and cottages among the trees until they came to a miniature dwelling ensconced in n bower of laurelsAt door stood Mrs Harris She wog displeased IPM goodness sake Where leave you been she exclaimed as the girls entered I began to think you had fallen into the lake or off a rock or that some other dreadful thing had happened to you nnd was scared to depth Emma said Beth dropping into a chair Is Impossible She insisted on walking right to the lake thQugh the I III have been horn aaaln awakened to anew life roads were awful and ankle deep In mud so sticky that I thought Id have to leave my rubbers In it Dont for get too thats all uphill coming back Oh I never enjoyed a walk so In my life declared Emma It was magnificent I couldnt hive slept I couldnt have stayed In bed if I hadnt taken it But Mrs Harris refused to be mol lifiedAnd I wont be able to sleep be cause youve mado me so nervous she complained Emma went to her put her arm about her and kissed her Dont be cross mother she plead ed You know this Is my first sniff of real country for a century and I Dive never been In tie Catskills be fun anil therefore acres near heav en I IItllI a little pjrl again as full of childish Jo as I used to be when fa them took us on those trips whkli now seem like a dream they wore so long ago I IfI your father hadnt been so easy wed be owning a handsome cottage at one of the fashionable places in the Adirondack instead of hiring a mean little bungalow here lamented Mrs Harris No fashionable people ever some here anti one has to be so party ulcer But what Is one to 1101 Ono cant remain In New York in tho dog daysFor me Im sick maid tired of tin mountains annotitucd UlJthld like to go to Newport whore wed stand a elmwe of mei ting oomebody and where anyhow wed be able to see real society people Bother Society said Emma happily Both her mother and Beth looked shucked Emma loft IHiyou say such a Continued on Page 7 Checks in Ex change for Sub scription We will receive mer chandise checks in ex change for subscription to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many people who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the mon ey to pay for subscrip tions etc JNO D BABBAGE Ma rr c r4sithM tl HOWMKH resIdent An SHIFTMAN Cashier L LiaitiroOT Vlcotrcsldcnt GHAS SiciLiiUAN AsstOashlcr jjw The Old Relia- bleBRECKINRIDQE BANK Organized 1872 Capital and Surplus 5200000 Insured in ovary way and protected by tho very latest 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PUBLISHING COMPANYa CLOVERPORT KY I I31 PAID IN FULL Continuedi from page 0 thing reproved Mrs Harris env l- opIng herself In nn air of loftiness I hope you have not nlowed your self to be Influenced by the anarchistic vaporlngs of yourof that unspeakable person whose name Is not to be men tionedIve read somewhere that fine soci ety Is only a self protection against the vulgarities of tho street and the toy ern chirped Beth primly That all depends on how you define fine society Beth said Emma OIl mean the society of wealth the Four Hundred of course I pray every night that I may marry a duko or a countBeth has such elevated ideasI com mented her mother admiringly Such petitions observed Emma becoming grave never reach the mercy sent It is said that at mid night every New Years eve when the bells of the churches ring out the dying year there Issue from the bel fries streams of vapory spirits with distracted terrified faces their hands clasped to their cars They are the prayers that never rose any higher I prayers of worshipers in the churches who repeated them mechanically as they are accustomed to do every Sun day without realization of the signifi cance of the words they utter prayers muttered by those whose thoughts were on other things prayers of tho 4hypocrite r prayers of tho humbug to the most high for the preposterous and the impossible pray ers of those who do not practice what they preach prayers of those who 10 I those things which they ought not to and leave undone those things ildo they ought to do and think their weekly glib confession of it and their obolus in the collection plate ab solve them With the Jangling and clanging of the bells they are borne by the winds over mountain and sea and arc lost forever In the eternal void between the worlds All such prayers wherever uttered must share this fateBy this time Mrs Harris was agape too astonished to utter a word Gracious Emma gasped Beth You talk like a book 1 dont know whats come over you It is my now birth I told you it was as though I had been born again I hope you will marry a duke or a count if you want to Beth As a rule I believe they are real men every whit as worthy as good menwho dont bear this distinction of title Still the field is necessarily restricted and you mustnt forget that there arc other noblemen as distinguished from no blemenmen of sterling value who ring true under every test Like like Jlmsy ventured Beth with a dubious air casting about and on the spur of tho moment thinking of none other she knew who would fit thodescriptionLike I assented Emma em iWmtlcally But hes so ungrammatical soer shy on education besides which ho hasnt any money objected Mrs Har ris None to speak of seconded Beth pursing her lips deprecatingly Aside from that though conceded Mrs Harris 1 must say Jimsys a real good man pnd most obliging He cant help his upbringing How about Captain Williams questioned Emma How would you class him My dear answered her mother you wouldnt put him In the same class with Jlmsy I mean socially Hes so richI I wouldnt be surprised if ho were several times a millionaire Jjomember ho has two automobiles And the handsome way ho treated you Why ho crossed out tho 10000 that Abomination stole as though It were a e matter of 1G cents A mans true wealth Is tho good ho does in this world mother according to MohammedThat it may have appeared to that fouigu prdphet in tho year 1 retorted Mrs Harris with a tone I of finality but in this ago of horse senso in tho United States a million dollars in the bank is the real standard of wealth With monoy you can do everything If you have plenty of it you can do plenty of good and every- bodyt1 else w1Il sit on the fence and- y Pi but If you hnvent any you ar- or l good to yourself cnn do no good to others and everybody else wlll get 4 down from the fence to kick you ii l v Left to his pwn devices Brooks took I a survey o the position In which ho found himself and his conclusion was nut without crat Ideation to him Tin clean bill health she hud been tht menus of obtaining for him from Cap tale Williams lieu in fact left at his tree disposal ns Ills own property spvprM hundred dollars from his stealings iivfl from his list plunge on the parses which had been a winning one Then Ihero was the furniture The piano was supposed to be Emmas and he felt sure she would send for it but he had no Intention of surrendering it Not one stick1 not one penny would she ever get out of him after the way In which she had treated him The very day after her departure he sold the Instrument to time piano house purchasedWithin from the hotel where they had lived In state for such a brief period and transferred such furniture as he re quired to one room In a bachelor apart ment house The rest he disposed of for cash He was a bachelor again to all intents and purposes and he re solved to enjoy his liberty to tho full He had had enough of married life with its cares anti the discipline of restraint It imposed Once more he was one of the boys To make his posi tion unmistakable and discourage any disposition on his wifes part to return to him he forwarded care of her mother her portrait that had been conspicuous on the parlor mantel after taking it from the gilded frame In which it had stood On the buck of It he wrote a verso of an old song My wife she ran away from me Somo two or three weeks ago And now she wants to come back again But I tell her Its no go Once bit twlco shy Is my reply And If It was to rain Cats and dogs and mussels and frogs Id never have her back again There was no word of explanation beyond this Insulting doggerel and he was careful not to give his address lie chuckled ns he put it in the letter box At times he was a little uneasy lest she should seek to discover his whereabouts for tho purpose of mak ing a claim for support but as the weeks wore on and nothing was heard from her be became reassured lIe hud had little difficulty In pro curing work thanks to Captain Wil liams note accepting his resignation and soon was established as assistant to the receiving teller in a bank with a salary of 25 n week With this and the money already in his possession he deemed himself rich and his fitful optimism obtained the ascendency once more In Its usual extravagant form But his escape from arrest had been a lesson that had sunk in deeply Ho vowed never again under any circum stances to borrow from tho funds ho handled In tho course of his duties Ho eschewed horse racing also know ing that if the bank officials became aware that he was gambling he would lose his place that very Instant After awhile his fellow employees noticed that Brooks the spry genial Brooks who had won tho good will of everybody as he had In the general office of the LatinAmerican Steam ship company manifested a tendency toward moroseness that his face at times assumed an expression of mel ancholy Despite his lovo of self he was of those natures which do not thrive In solitude He never hud cared much for the companionship of men His inclination always had been toward lhat of the opposite sex Accustomed also as he had been for so long to the conso lations of home life to the thoughtful affectionate ministrations and bright presence of Emma ho was bound sooner or later to miss her Theres nothing in this living alone The avowal came ono night after ho had spent an evening at tho theater with two sociable fellow clerks and ho gazed around his silent cheerless bedroom Although ho had not at any time loved Emma with that ineffable passion which is the golden ladder upon which the soul mounts to heaven yet she had filled a larger placo In his heart than he had ever had any com photo idea of prior to her absence His sentiment fostered by his selfishness revived with violence under his Introspection He yearned for Emmas smile of greeting and the kiss that ac companied it at his homecoming for tho numberless sweet attentions sho had lavished upon him How pretty she was how gentle I How sweetly she had put up with his ill humor I Sho was different from any of the girls and women he had over been acquainted with He was sorry alotloli he wished ho had kept if for himself t There was not one personal object re maining that hud belonged to her The little ornaments she had liked her clothes the trinkets she had left be hind he hud disposed of In his haste to get rid of everything that could re call her or to which she might lay claim lie wondered if she too was sorry for their separation She must be How could she live under theeternal nagging and fault finding of her moth er and the lording proclivities of Beth and not long to return to the lade pendence of her own home She lied loved him Ills memory evoked the distant vision of her frail lithe form clinging to him as she gazed up Into his eyes her own aglow with the glory of her adoration and its dc lirious Intensity He felt the bllssfu1 pulsations of her heart throbbing Against him its paean of passion he heard too In fancy the red lips murmur her souls ecstasy In words of flame and leauty felt the thrill tha shivered through him as his fingers threaded caressingly the shimmering cloud of her tresses That was long ago in their early possession of each other when she had awakened 1 knowledge of herself and lied worshiped him as n god fountainhead of Joy and light for her on earth This transcendent passion had not found In him the responsiveness It craved and which alone could nourish It Emma had been t n enigma to him often a rid lle that had bored him at times Ills blunted senses sharpened by tleslrf iff Ior perceived that stu pidly IIgnoi uitly he had disdained n treasure But remembering blond priceII tc bar and that she was still his wife he believed that n reconciliation could be brought about Sentiment and desire took counsel with advisability selfishness weighed the pros and cons In tho end sentiment quid desire being the stronger adjusted objections to their own point of view But even then It was some time before he could summon up courage enough to take any steps In the mutter Summer hud given plate to winter and returned again since Emma had left him In all that tune he had not heard from or of her He bad made no attempt to see Jlmsy Smith or any of his former friends and associates Now he bent his thoughts upon how best to effect the rapprochement Should he write Emma expressing his contrition and begging her forgiveness His pride stiffened at this prop osition Should he write and requcs an interview with her If he could see her he believed he would have little trouble In persuading her But coun seled by her hateful mother who al ways had despised him slue might refuse to seo him Perhaps the best way would be to approach her through some one else TIme only person ho knew of who by any possibility could act as intermediary was Jlmsy Smith the general utility man Requisitioning Jlrasys services did not appeal to him Ho had long been Jealous of his prosperity and of the fact that he had once been n suitor for Emmas hind although Jealousy on account of the latter circumstance was rather the outcome of envy of his success in business Nevertheless Jimsy was Indispensable and tho more Brooks realized tills the higher be came the degree of favor to which he restored him It had been bad policy not to keep In touch with Jlmsy a se rious mistake Smith however was such an easy obliging warm heart ed fellow that there would be no dif ficulty in squaring things with him and getting him to act as gobetween- He resolved to cult on Jimsy Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Sales6000 A YearIA 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 statipn on the branch Here 1 Is a fine opportunity for a man with a small capital to drop right into a good business For further particulars write 1 JNOD BABBAGE Cloverport Ky q Spiteful NellMIss Pnssay says Mr Golden I proposed to her on Wednesday nightI but sho didnt give him her answer until Thursday IIproposedIII 4 a Checks in ExchangeFor We will receive merchandise checks in Exchange for Subscription to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many persons who sell their produce are paid in checks and often have not the money to pay for subscriptions JOIN D BABBAGE FOR PICNIC LUNCHEONS- Good Things to Eat to Pack In the Outing Basket The sandwich nhlcli is the backbone of the cold luncheon admits o wide variation so that all tastes will be satisfied Time bread may be white or brown Boston whole wheat or corn rye or pumpernickel It may be rolls or biscuit cold gems or a loaf but the filling must accord with the bindingThe shoul 1 be cut thin but not necessarily cnislless anti the but ter will spread evenly If first creamed After making the sandwiches wap at once in parallln paper and they will keep moist for hours Sandwich Fillings These Indeed are legion A hearty and most dell clon3 sandwich has chicken salad for its filling Butter the breath lightly Put a layer of tender lettuce on each slice for n binder to the salad which should be plentifully moistened with mayonnaise For n chicken salad till ing the neat and celery should be cut liner than for the salad when served alone Wrap each sandwich separate lly In pnrallln paper A delectable sandwich filling Is made of equal parts butternuts English walnuts or pecans ground fine aril cream cheese mois tened with sweet thick crenni and seasoned with salt Grated American cheese navy be used lu place of tIll cream cheese and melted butter be employed to blend the Ingredients Slices of tomato and lettuce with dressing make a good filling as also slices of Swiss cheese cut wafer tuba A good hearty sandwich Is made of Boston brown bread with ml need Guru ed beef seasoned with made mustard and rubbed to a paste with a lltllf butter for the fillingI Now Potted Things Cheese lilliil with chopped nuts now comes i11t up in glass Jars for sandwich lilllns also a paste of chicken and trufilos tIn be spread thinly on bread and butter while boneless imported sardines do mestic sardines put up In mustard Holland herring bloater paste caviare boneless anchovies each and nil add variety and piquancy to the feast Picnic Pointers At a family pkiiii recently the piece de resistance was beefsteak broiled over the coals Afire was made and then when burned down beefsteaks cut In generous pieces were given each one who put his portion on a forked stick and tended to his own broiling Unlimited bread and butter with radishes for the 1 relish made a most enjoyable repast When carrying coffee to an out of door meal where It Is to be cooked tie tho ground coffee Into a square of cheesecloth This saves the necessity of using eggs to clear the coffee or of straining It when made Celery Stuffed With Gorgonzola Cheese This Is one of the most popular hors doeuvrcs whether served at a picnic a finger and thumb dinner or even a state dinner or wedding breakfast To prepare them take wide pieces of tender celery and fill each one with any of the following mix tures Gorgonzola cheese mixed with salt pepper and chopped olives green or ripe cream cheese and walnuts or chopped olives sardines mixed with yolks of hard boiled eggs or caviare and lemon Alone In Saw Mill At Midnight unmindful of dampness drafts storms or cold W J Atkins worked as Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried many remedies but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle ho wrltesI went back to work as well as ever Severo Colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throat and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medecine 50o and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co Fireless Cooker Free 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Physicians Advise undleestedfoodThe latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable gently reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste Velvo acts on the liver as well as on the Indigestionbiliousness2- V LYO LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP SubscribeFor o in the State of Kentucky The Breckenridge News We Do ALL KINDS OF job Work r t i u ur w + ice Rr a pwrr 1 V I FERUNA TONIC FOR ti COUGHS COLDS CATARRH Vi r I JOSEPH HALL CHASE NWV MI M Poruna Drug Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I have used Poruna and find that it cannot bo equaled liS- a tonic as woll as a euro for coughs colds and catarrh You aro authorized to uso my photo with testimonial In any pub S llcatton s Joseph II Chase I 801 Tenth St Washington BC Cold and La Grippe Mr C Happy Hardin Ray Co Mo writes I can safely recommend Po runa as a remedy that will euro nil ca tarrhal troubles It was of great benefit to me as it cured mo of catarrh of tho throat and I took a very bad cold and had la Grippo last February It settled in my throat andlungs I took three bottles of Peruna and it cured mo I highly recommend it to all who aTO sick and I am glad to add my ou dorsomont to that of others Pcruna for Colds Mr L Clifford Flgg Jr 2929 East Marshall St Richmond Vaf writes that when he gets a cold ho takes Peru na and itsoon drives Itoutof his system For several years ho was not entirely yell but Poruna completely cured him People who object to liquid modlciuwr nnow secure Poruua tablets Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peru na Almanao for 191- 0HARDINSBURG Miss Mattie Reid of the Bowling Green Western State Normal was here Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mrs D R Murray and Mrs Mar vin Beard Miss Reid has many friends here where she taught for three years If you want the best flour buy the L ewisport BEST patent flour Miss Nell Moorman of Glendeane was the guest of Mrs D R Murray hzturday and Sunday James Reesor of Troy Ind has re turned home after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs M J Thomas Mrs C P Henderson of Webster spent Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs Rebecca McGary Mr and Mrs P M Beard and fam ily spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union Star Mrs R II McMullen has returned from Falls of Rough Mrs C L Beard and Miss Evylin Beard are in Louisville Mr and Mrs M II Beard and chil dren Mr and Mrs D R Murray and Mildred and Hal Murray spent Thanksgiving at Mr and Mrs Fred Ferns home r Mr and Mrs C E Haswell left Thursday for Lexington to visit their L boys Arthur and Vivian at the State UniversityMr Mrs John Kincheloe and son Robert and Mrs Manic Moor man returned from a weeks visit to Henderson s Miss Dell M Winchell of Tobins port Is the guest of Miss Clara Hook Herbert Beard the County Court Clerkelect has moved Into Mrs Ju dqth DeJarnetts property where he will reside until spring He will then r build ou Fourth street Mrs S A Pate after a brief visit + with her mother has returned to Hopkinsville1 t There has been much moving lately in and near town The changes InI residences include R O Davis who has moved from the John OReilly farm to Hardlnsburg James Beard who has left town and gone to the J OReilly farm Dick Beard who has it also moved to the OReilly farm Dee May who left town for his farm near town H J Roberts has moved into his residence on Elm street Miss Adelia Baker went to the Pisgah neighborhood near Tar Springs Saturday to visit her sister t James O Baker whowas seriously hurt In a runaway about two months ago Is again able to be out He was visiting in Hartford last week Mr and Mrs Herbert Hall spent Thanksgiving at Wm J Halls near Glendeane The meeting at the Baptist church Is being well attended The preach ing la being done by the Rev W W Williams of Owensboro Miss Mamie Stith of Louisville was the guest of Misses Mary and Mar garet Peyton several days last week Marriage licenses Louis E Smith aged 30 and Matilda F Dlcckman aged 19 Noble Sahli aged 25 and Margaret O Walker aged 21 R R OBryan aged 33 and Nora B Smith aged 18 Joseph Fanton aged 19 and Lillie Harrison aged 15 Owen Gilpin aged 20 and Cora Bandy aged 17 Warren Bruington aged 30 and Frances Kennedy aged 25 Miss Lillie Alexander of Custer was the guest of Misses Carrie and Judith Walls Saturday and Sunday Artamisea Whitely wife of John Whitely of McDaniels was taken to Lakeland Saturday she having been adjudged a lunatic Mrs Whitely is 55 years of age Mr and Mrs P M Beard and fam ily spent several days last week at Union Star Lewis Kincheloe of St Louis Is at home for several weeks There will be no preaching in town Sunday except at the Baptist church Robt A Smith is spending several days with his daughter Mrs Orrin Hardin at Cloverport Mrs James Tinius and family of Holt move to town this week Mr Tinius time will be divided between running his farm at Holt and his be ing with his family here Mr and Mrs T J Hook and son Howard spent Saturday Sunday and Monday in Louisville John Skillman is in Louisville for a few days Misses Hallie Brown and Isabelle Hendrick have returned from a visit to Miss Esther Payne of Stephens portJohn He ton and family of Basin Spring were guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Heston Thanksgiving Davis Dowell deputy County Court Clerk for H M Beard moved to town yesterday from Garfield Frank Pate of Lebanon Ky was here last week Mr Pate is now in the real estate business and says he is making money since he quit teach ing Miss Mattie Reid of the Bowling Green State Normal made a very pleasing address to the High and Public School pupils Monday morn ing Miss Reid taught here for three years WORK THAT TELLS The Kind Cloverport Readtrs Appreciate Cures that last are cures that tellI To thoroughly know the virtues of aI medecine you must investigate the curls and tee if they prove permanent Deans Kidney Pills stud this test and plenty of proof exists right here in thisjj locality People who testified years ago to relief from backache kidney and uri nary disorders now declare that reliefJJ was permanent and the cure perfet Can any Cloverport sufferer longer doubt the evidence- J E Linton Main and Cross Sis Eliziibethtown Ky says For some tune I had trouble with my kidneys The pain in the small of my back wasI not constant but came on by attacks some of which were very severe At such times the misery extended into my shoulders and made it very difficult for me to stoop or straighten My kidneys were also disordered and the secretions became highly colored and often scalded in passage I finally read of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box I used them as directed and received a complete cure From statement given April 9 1903 CURED TO STAY CUREDJJ On June 13 1007 Mr Linton confirm ed the above statement saying During the four years which have elapsed since Doaus Kidney Pills cured me I have not had any symptoms of kidney trouble I take pleasure in recommending Doans Kidney Pills at every opportunity and gladly confirm j all Isaid regarding them in my previous 1 statementFor by all dealers Price 50 J cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember I the name Doans and take no other BIG SPRINGt If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Rollie Simpson spent Thanksgiving with Mr Jim Ritchie and family near Garrett The ladies of the Methodist church will give a social at the parsonage December 3rd All members are invit ed to help prepare a lunch The proceeds go toward buying furniture Ad mission 10 cents Every body invited Miss Zelma Strother received a check t I Are You a Good Guesser WELL GUESS AGAIN And Handsome RANGEWorth more Come You- Guessers I have just returned from the city and my stock There nothing you want butIwhat you can get here qualities arethe best and my prices the cheapest Space will not per mit me to name all the articles in my stock but I you I have everything any well general store would carry so come on buy what you need dont to make a guess Some body is going get the 4000 Steel free of cost may be you All roads lead to W C MOORMAN GLENDEANE KY of 28 from Mr Van B Nelson of Hardinsburg for the parsonage for which the members are very thankful The entertainment given by Mr Craycroft and pupils was quite a success every way 1745 taken in J H Harned of Vine Grove attend ed Quarterly meeting here Saturday Mr and Mrs Harry Kemper of Irv ington spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Julia Clarkson B S Clarkson spent several days in Louisville last week- J W Moorman was in Vine Grove i WednesdayJ and R O Wilward are with his mother Mrs Ada Meador Rev AP Lyon held Quarterly meeting here Saturday and Sunday John Meador who moved to Louis ville last year will move his family back here the first of the year Be sure and come to the social Dec ember 3rd GLENDEANE Held over from last Week Rev D B Clapp preached in the first Baptist church here Sunday Mrs W C Moorman was in Louisville a few days last week buying her Xmas goods- If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Elza Moore spent a few days with Mrs Footeat Irving ton last week Miss Reba Lewis is the guest of Miss Daisy Deane for a few days Misses Mable Hoskins Mollie Moor man and Mr Dale Smith spent Sunday at Mr Tom Moormans Miss Nancy Smith spent Saturday in Glendeane the guest of Mrs Ar thur Smith Dr R T Dempster and wife re turned home from Louisville Satur day night Rev L F Bolton spent a few days here last week the guest of his son J 0 BoltonDr was here the latter par of the week and gave a lecture on education at the schoolhouse Frida evening and preached a most interesting sermon in the Methodist church Friday night His wife and son were with him Mrs gave a very Interesting talk to the Ladles Aid Society at Sunday School Miss Lake Hines was with mu sic class again Friday Ernest Eskridge spent Sunday in LouisvilleMrs Nenliny of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Dillon was here Wednesday on businessMrs Owen is convalescent ROSETTA ITEMS Mrs H B Head of Irvington is the guest of Mr and Mrs M T Chappell this week If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Ed Jordan of California arrived here Tuesday to spend n few weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Adkisson Irvine Mercer and Miss May Ross spent Sunday with Milt Brown and family Mr and Mrs John Mercerspent Sun day as the guests of W T Gregory near Garfield Dud Gilpin and wife Lewis Gilpin and wife and June Woods and wits of High Planes were among the guests who ate turkey with W M Adkisson ThanksgivingMr Stanley Ross visited Chas Priest and family Sunday Mr and Mrs W V Dent visited Marvin Ross Sund- ayCbIOdrsn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAST R I A STtPHENSPORT If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev Winchel filled the pulpit at Wal nut Grove Sunday for Rev Willet For sale cheap a good buggy an harnessGeo McCubbins Grandma Dowell is improving after a illnesstNice line of Childrcns Misses and GooyMcCubbins Miss Halite Brown and Miss Isabel Hendricks of were of Miss Esther Payne Saturday and Sunday Mrs R T Adams of Greenville YOU GUESS YOU ARE rI If I =m n get oenca u i I Each purchase amounting to 1 IN CASH entitles you to ONE GUESS the purchases the more OR is complete is My assure regulated and forget to Range and it Mather her Mattingly- Ed Hardinsburg guesses is the guest of her grandparents Rev and Mrs Roberts Go to Geo McCubbins for Salt Hay Brick Lime Cement and Iron Roofing Miss Lelah Hawkins entertained Sat urday evening in honorof Misses Hallie Brown and Isabel Hendricks of Hard insburgMr Mrs John Wright left Sun hay for Sebree to make their home We are sorry to have them leave Mr and Mrs Chas Tinius celebrated the 12th anniversary of their wedding Thursday Just their parents brothers and sisters were present Good shoes low prices Geo Mc CubbinsR Smith returned from Louisville Sunday Ira Brinsley returned home last week from Kansas where ho has been for the past year Mrs Jake Hanks has been on tho sick list- James Biggs of Louisville was in town Saturday Dont forget that Geo McCubbins is the place to buy furniture stoves hard ware harness queensware clothing and dry goods Rev and Mrs Roberts were very pleasantly surprised Thursday evening with a nice donation from the Methodist and Baptist people You could not tell which were Baptist or Methodist the true Christian way for all to be Mrs Belle Crawford left Saturday for SlIver City Miss to spend the winter with her son John Crawfo- rdGARFIELD Rev and Mrs Abe Whitworth Receive Beautiful Thanks giving Remembrance Mrs Tom Gregory was visiting at SundaydMrs Drane returned to her home I Saturday Bessie B Weatherford spent Sunday with her aunt Bro Morefield closed his meeting at this place Tuesday night If you want the best flour buy the floursMiss Nancy Board was in the city shopping a few days last week 1rBro Matherof Hardlnsburgpreachedi d here Monday and was entertained by Mrs F M Board Davis Dowell will move to Hardins burg this week Cleve Brock spent Thanksgiving at homeMrs LeGrand and Mrs Mattingly were visiting in Irvington Sunday Miss Oma Compton was visiting friends here last week Rev Abe Whitworth a retired Meth odist minister was kindly remembered Thanksgiving with a lovely donation He wishes through the News to express his sincere thanks In his own lan guage he said God bless Bro More field the pactor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church who kindly sug gested that I should be remembered He went to his bedside talked and prayed with him There was every thing in this bountiful donation to make him and his wife happy A load of coal by Mr Cleve Brock was highly appreciated by the old people Fine Library Hardinsburg KyNov24Special- Rev Dr Mather under the aspices of the County High School last Friday evening gave our people more than fi treat In the lecture The Day of Small ThingsOur II library has increased to seventy eight volumes The latest additions have been a volume presented by Mr Clayton Beard and the completed works of Thackeray presented by Mr and Mrs G W Beard The students have also purchased the complete set of the International Encyclopaedia not all paid for to be sure but it will be And to this end the students hope to be able to present an operetta soon which will not only net them a neat sum but be of pleasure to everyone who attends HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES Until further notice wo 148 each Sunday will be held at Henderson for connection with L and N train No 71 mIThanksgiving Dinner Mr and Mrs Jacob Morrison gave an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner to the following Edward Morrison Will Lewis Olen Dowell Harry Hambletot and Miss Mattie Weatherhorltn Subscribe Right Now ii- ar f aim