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J ITHE BRECKENRIDGE ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 1909 HORRIBLE ACCIDENT LAST THURSDAY Georgie Carsons Body Cut Into Nine Pieces On Railroad I Track Near Fordsville Run Oveer By M- hE INTERMENT AT CEDAR HILL Irvlngton DecbSpecln1 Georgo Carson son of Mrs Miner Arms was killed Thursday evening by a M H and E train He had started hume from hla woik nnd it is supposed he sat on the roadbed to rest and went to sleep His body was cut into nine pieces He was not found until Friday at 11 AIM It is the worst accident that has over happened here Carson was born in Houston Texas Jan 30 1880 Two years ago he came hero to live with his mother He pro fessed religion In August and was Bap tised He was a good truthful boy He leaves besides his mother three sisters and one brother The funeral was conducted at the home of his parents by Rev r K May and entermnnt was held at Cedai Hill CemeteryPeaceful be thy silent slumber Peaceful in thy grave so low Thou no more will join our number Thou no more our sorrows know Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled And in heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears are abed A Friend PROGRAM For Womans Missionary Union I of Irvington Decenber Four teenth Date For Meeting Hymn Joy To The World the Lord is ComePraycrThank we who hear the name of Christ may feel sour responsi bility to give His message of Peace and Joy to othersMrs Kate L Bennett Bible ReadingMath 28 John 310 Mrs Frank Hook The Christmas Offering For China- s WhyMrs Jno R Wimp Instrumental SoloMabel Me Gloth lan The cause of Chinas awakening Mrs F II McGhee A Missionary Symposiumlead by Mrs Bate Washington Serving OthersServing Ourselves Mrs R B Mc Glothlau The Consumatton of our Christmas OfferingMrs H B Head OurHero Missionaries Mary Katha rine Wimp a Missionary Hymn BusihessDismissionMrs Perry The Wowons Missionary Union of the Irvington Baptist Church will hold their mofithly meeting at the church Tuesday ate rnoon Dec 14 at 215 AH members are especially requested to be present Visitors and strangers are cordially invited and assured a hearty welcome Always Welcome Jas M Lewis and his bright accom plished daughter Miss Bmiline Lewis called at the News office last Tuesday to see the paper issued There are many people in Cloverport who have never seen a newspaper printed and who would be welcome in the News office any Tuesday late in the afternoon to see the paper come from the press The Best Of All A Christmas present best of all to those away from home is a years sub scription to The News Dont fail to itnd those away from home the message that is always welcome Go To House Keeping i John Phelon and C Stewart Miller are bitching at Mr Phelons appart jmentsbn Second and Houston Streets They have a cook and seemed to be en- Joying life to the utmost l Mrs Pate Injured f1I1 Ji s Croft Pate was thrown from a r wagon Saturday and got her shoulder hurt Her friends are glad to learn the injury is not serious 0 o he ED ENGLISH PASSES AWAY After Long Suffering At Ills Home In This CityFuneral Held Sunday Afternoon 4 Conducted By Rev Lewis LEAVES WIFE AND BABY d1LI on Second street in the East End His death was the result of a complication of diseases Mr English was thirtythree years of age On April 24 1007 he married Miss Kiltie Hill who with one baby girl Theodosia Hill survives him Be side the wife and baby his mother one sister Mrs Ella LaNeave McEwing and two brothers Smith and Frank English survive The funeral services were held from the residence Sunday afternoon and were beautifully conducted by the Rev James T Lewis of Fordsville former pastor of the Cloverport Baptistlchurch of which Mr English was a member Sweet music was sung and the services were concluded at the grave in the Clo verport cemetery BOY KILLS Jimmy Hall at Cannelton Sad Tragedy In Hoosier Town i Williams Arrested r Cannelton Ind Dec 4 Jimmy Hall a popular eleven year old boy was shot and killed here Saturday morning by Claude Williams aged 15 years Williams claims that the shooting was accidentalThe boy was getting some coal near the railroad track when Williams came along with a target rifle which he had borrowed As the two boys were standing talking and before others near realizedwhat had happened Williams shot little Hall in the right temple kill ing him instantly Williams started towards the main part of town but swerved and took the ferry for Hawesville He was later arrested at the home of his aunt two miles from Hawesville by the Hancock county sheriff After being lodged in jail the Williams boy said that he started after a dctor but met a Clover port man who advised him to flee to Kentucky He says the shot was accidental Gus Richadson StateMoneymaker- Gus Richardson who has charge of the farm on which the Kentucky school of Reform is located near Lexington was in Louisville last night en route to his home in Meade county Mr Richardson has been superintendent of the farm for two years and according to his last report to the Prison Com mission he is making things hum Mr Richardsons report showed he netted from the 200 acres owned by the State and 100 acres rented 1043190 for the fiscal year ending October 31 His labor used in operating the farm is from the inmates of the institution There are now 700 inmates The year before I tooK charge of the farm said Mr Richardson the profits were only 700 The first year I was there the income was about 5000 and the past year I raised it to over 10000 I believe that I can do better still from now on Mr Richardson formerly represented Meade county in the Legislature and he also served a term in the Senate Cou rierJournal Most InterestingChristmas Number The Christmas number of The Circle is most delightful and has many depart ments splendid and interesting It is rich in fiction and contains several un usually strong articles Among the contributors are Marion Hill Cyrus Townsend Brady Margaret E Sangs ter and A Louise Babbage Visiting Here Mr and Mrs J L Rhodes of Mc Daniels are visiting their daughter Mrs Noise Qufggins They are much pleased with Cloverport tI DEATH CLAIMS DR W B PUSEY Eminent Specialist Victim Of Brights DiseaseHad Been Ill Fur Sometime But Not Critical GREAT SHOCK TO FRIENDS Acute Brights disease caused the MondayIone of the foremost members of Lou isvilles medical profession His death occured at his home in Doug las boulevard and came as a shock to his relatives and friends Dr Pusey had not been well for some time but was able to attend to his practice until a few days ago His condition was not considered critical though it was known that his ailment was of a serious nature At three oclock Monday morning he suffered a relapse and sank rapidly He was fortythree years of age and a native of Brandenburg Meade county being a son of the late Dr David R Pusey a noted physician of fromIa medical course at the University of Louisville from which he graduated twenty years ago He made a special study of eye ear and throat diseases which he made his profession with decided success Forsix years he was associated with Dr William Cheatham but of late years had an office of his own on Chestnut between Second street and Third ayenue Dr Pusey is survived by his widow who was formerly Miss Florence Shanks daughter of Senator Shanks of Lexington Ky i a daughter Martha Pusey a sister Mrs William McGee of Louisville and two brothers Tom Pusey a fire Insurance man of Chicago Ill and David Pusey a railroad man of Indianapolis Ind He was a cousin of Dr H M Pusey of this city He was a member of Louisville Lodge of Elks The arrangements for the funeral have not been made but it is likely that the body will be taken to Gar netsvllle Ky for burial In the old family private cemetary Louisville Times GOES WEST For a Lengthy VisitMrs Dunn Left Saturday Night For California Mrs Mary Dunn left Saturday night for Owensboro where she stayed until Monday morning visiting relatives be fore she departed for California Mrs Dunn will visit Mr and Mrs James Stiff former Cloverporters at Tulare She will be there for several months Mrs Dunns friends regretted to see her leave notwith standing her stay is thought to be only temporary She had become an eminent nurse in this city and had a large practice She alco has a host of friends who will miss her socially and in church work in which she took much interest Tafts Message Shorter Than Mr Roosevelts President Taft has completed his first annual message to tho Congress It contains about 15000 words Roosevelts last message contained 30000 words Mr Gannane Better Engineer Jerry Gannane who was re ported seriously injured in the wreck on the Branch last Wednesday is getting along all right Every body was glad to learn that Mr Gannanes injuries were not criticalI Mrs Burdette Dead Mrs Gid Burdette died Friday at her home near Mattingly She was burled at Jolly Station Saturday The remains were driven through to that place by Mr Chas Hainman Mrs Burdette leaves her husband and a large family She was a splenj did Christian woman and was well known 1 v IRVINGTONS LATEST NEWS ITEMS Burley Tobacco Society To Build WareIlouse Trent Bros Buy Out Lyon Dry Goods CoBradley Wilson Visitor MRS ELLA HARRIS DEAD The Commercial Club met on last Thursday night and had an interesting meeting Some very important topics were discussed which will be reported later Mr Bradley Wilson represen tative of the Burley Tobacco Society was present and gave a rousing talk which was greatly appreciated and enjoyedBradley Wilson of Elizabethtown was the guest of Mr D C Heron last weekMr and Mrs A T Atkins spent Saturday in Louisville shopping Mrs L B Moremen and Mrs Kate Bennett who have been visiting in Brandenburg hive returned Miss Lydia McGeheeafter spending three months in Louisville came home Monday and will spend the winter with her parents Miss L B McGlothlan will return home Christmas to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs T N McGlothlan Many members of the younger set will return from school about December 20 to spend the holidays with their parents Among them the fol lowing may be mentioned Miss Beulah Mudd from the Normal at Bowling Green Miss Mary Nevltt from Sacred Heart Academy Louis vile Miss Claire Jolly from Logan PjggottfromOwen Cunningham Bcechmont The Royal Neighbors of America an organizing recently formed In the city by Mss Logora Barker held a special meeting Friday afternoon at the Public Hall The president Mrs S P Parks presided There are about twentylive members and all are very enthusiastic Mrs Katharine Wimp after being the guest of Mr and Mrs John Wimp for a week left for Owensboro Sat urday to continue her visit to her daughter Mrs Brashear- C L Chamberlain H B Head and a number of others went to Hardins burg Saturday The business men of the town are discussing some plans for providing for the comfort of the many new comers in the town Irvington is growing and often home seekers have been embarrased by an inability to secure residences This dilllculty seems likely to be over come in the futureMrs JB Herndon and cousin Mrs T N McGlothlan went to Stephens port Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr W C Sills and thence to Rome Ind for a few days visit to Mrs Adam Anspach Miss Anna Owsely of White Mills arrived Saturday night to be the guest of her aunt Mrs G T Mar shallThe Burley Tobacco Society has purchased a lot from Mr Henry Jane In the East End of town and contem plate putting up a large tobacco ware house in a short while The firm of the Lyon Dry Goods Co which operated a firstclass store until the failing of Mr Lyons health has been sold Mr Lyons retiring The Trent Bros of Custer purchased the stock of goods and will take possession the first of the year Miss Willn Drury entertained few of her girl friends to a six oclock luncheon Sunday evening in honor of Miss Reba Lewis- S R Payne and family will move to Paducah in about a week where he will go Into the mercantile busi nessIrvington Produce Company pays cash for butter eggs poultry hides and furs J L Van Neste representing the Conron Bros d Co of New York City was In the city for a few days last week and was the guest of Mr Irvingtonefficient man Mr Downs says that he iswell pleased with the business for Thanksgiving holidays that he shipped over 18000 dressed turkeys to the Conron Bros of which they have half interest He expects to handle from 40 to 50 thousand pounds of dressed turkeys for the Christmas holidays Call the Irvington meat market Cum Phone No 53 for fresh and cured meats quick service and satisfaction guaran teed M W Winn Manager- If you want the best Hour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mr and Mrs Juo R Wimp were at home Tuesday evening to a beautiful six oclock dinner given in honor of Dr W H Wimp Covers were laid for eight Mr and Mrs Hollis Neafus have inovgd hrQ from LouisyiHg and will occupy the little cottage on Maple street owned hyJ M Herndon Mr Neafus has a splendid position in the hardware store of J D Ashcraft W J Plggott went to Stephensport Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr W C Sills The Ladies Aid society of the Bap tist church held an interesting meet ing at the church Tuesday afternoon The mission topic discussed was ata China The fine streets which are nearing completion are a noble monument to the enterprise and wisdom of the town ofllcials Better made streets can not be found in any town Mr and Mrs Bate Washington have just received notice of the death of their twice Mrs Ella Harris Swaue of New York Her death occured un expected after an illness of several daysMiss Mary Brown is the guest of friends in Louisville this week Mrs Taylor Dowell after being the guest of Mrs Charlie Hawes at Welt don has returned hom- eBulIMoorman Announcement was made last wetly of the marrioge of Geo W Newman Jr and Mrs Edith Allen Bull of Louisville Their marriage took place last summer BEECH UA IS Must Serve a Life TermY The Murder of ills Father JeJames Hargis For the murder of his father Jad James Hargis Beach Hargis must serv hIJifeCourt of Appeals Wednesday affirmed 1 the sentence of life inipritontnerit im posed upon him by a jury in Estlll county and after reviewing the case decided that the rights of the defendant hud not been interfered with and he must go to the penitentiary Divorced Twice Louisville Ky Dec2 Miss Lillian Faof Lewisport Hancock county Ky was married yesterday at Jefferson ville to August lieiuier of Louisviliek Magistrate Charles S Hay officiating The bride who is not yet thirty y ara old has been twice divuiced Notice Farmers All farmers who have pooled their tobacco in the Glendeane precinct are earnestly requested to be at Glen deane Saturday Dec 11 at 1 p m Let every pooler attend as we will consider the sale of tobacco at that point at that time Frank Dean Stont Farm For Sale J W Stone is advertising in this weeks News his farm for sale His daughter Mrs Henkie and her husband will move when the place is sold Little Things Annoy Ior Please Us Little things annoy usthe little curl of smoke that if left alone would soon smudge the furnishings and make work for the housewife There are no annoying little things in the PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device Theyve been banished by hard thought and tireless work In their stead there are little things that pleasethat make for comfort and satisfaction The little selflocking Automatic Smokeless Device that actually prevents smokethe little lock on the inside of the tuba that holds the wick in checkkeeps it below the smoke zone so accurately adjusted that it cannot go wrongthese are some of the little things that please that have contributed to the name and fame of the Perfection Oil Hearer The most satisfying heater you can buy always readyeasy to managealways dependablequickly cleaned Brass font holds 4 quartsburns 9 hours Attractively finished in Nickel or Japan in various styles and finishes Every Dealer Everywhere At Yours Write for Descriptive CutsUc theNotto Agency ol the STANDARD CeOILI COMPANY dffl t n- i p iir41 j i I 1 CLOVERPORTPLANING PLANINGMILL GREGORY CO Prop I s Cloverport Kentucky s Doors Sash Blinds all Kinds Mill Work Good Material and Workmanship Shingles Laths Lime Hair RoofingISee Us Before You Buy Prices Reasonable b t ri = Anyone lenl1lnll n Iketchand doacrlptlnn may Rra1ckly Mcorllll our oPlulon tree whether ao Invention IsprohnbljrrmteiitiiMn Conununlca tloniitrlctlrooiiUdontlAl HANDBOOK on Intcnti necurincjiatents1AtentatpteM notice without charge In the Scientifici jnktncan Ahundnomclrllliintratod weekly Tamest elr culation of any sclontlBo Journal Torino 13 a BodbyallnewadealeraMUNN I branch Ufflce t35 F BL Washington D Co t s t Clicks in Exclians For Subscription We will receive merchandise checks in exchange for subscriptions 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 haue not the money to pay for subscriptions etcJNO D BABBAGE Worse and Worse SheOf course Im not as old as you t think I am HoI hope notI mean e you cant bethat Is how old are you a I I BIG CHRISTMAS TRADE Cards were dropped In the Owens boro post office late Thursday afternoon addressed to several thousand owners ot 21000000 pounds of tobacco notify ing them that their tobacco is sold an they can deliver it when ever they get ready Verifying this fact by telephone many growers were through strippin- and ready for delivering this morning and the factories are seeing the bilges rush they have yet known The mailing of delivery notices by the Green River District Tobacco Grow ers Association means that there will begin next week a revival of rushing business in this city and an immense Christmas trade can be expected Ow ensboro is the delivery point of a large territory and the Owensboro buyers have bought heavily again this year The delivery of the pooled crop in addition to the sale of unpooled tobacco which comes to Owensboro from many miles around will turn loose hundreds of thousands of dollars in this city The American Tobacco company is to get the biggest slice of the Daviess t county crop taking 3500000 pounds of the Owensboro delivery the Whites ville delivery the Curdsville delivery and the Livia delivery which includes a great deal of Daviess county tobacco although Livia is in McLean county The Imperiall Tobacco company through E H Clarke gets the next biggest slice in Daviess county taking 3500000 pounds of the Owensboro delivery James Hodge of Henderson who has a factory in this city takes 1500000 of the Owensboro delivery 1 R E OFlynn takes 1000000 and Turner Burns takes 200000 Gallaher Limited gets the entire Home Warehouse delivery which is expected to be 4500000 pounds and the American company gets the Equity delivery at Whitesville which will amount to a half million J M Vaughan did not 1 get into the local purchase The American Tobacco company gets the Livia Livermore Sacramento and half of the Calhoun delivery in McLean county and the Fordsville and Narrows 1 deliveries in Ohio county The American also takes the Glendcane delivery t in Breckenridge county and John Nave is expected to get the Hardinsburg de livery John H Nave takes the Han cock county tobacco for delivery at Hit vesville and Lewisport Owensboro Enquirer Saturda- yTOBACCO NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE Two Burley Receiving louses Being Built In Breckenridge t Large Corporation Organ ized In Frankfortn APPEAL TO 1906 POOLERS At Madison lad 50000 pounds of loose leaf tobacco was sold at auction last Saturday November 27th The top price was 2000 1 000 About 100000 pounds of tobacco was sold on the loose leaf market at Danville Ky last Tuesday The top price was 2025 with an average for the day of about 1500 per hundred 000 Five hogsheads of Texas grown Bur- leyl tobacco was sold on the Louisville market last Tuesday The tobacco was raised on three acres of land near Ft Worth by Morris Moss and sold from 760 to 1775 averaging 1232 000 Tuesdays sales of Burley on the loose leaf tobacco market at Lexington amounted to about 250000 pounds Prices wtre good especially for low grades The market quotations for Tuesday were reported as follows a Flyings 0 to 14 trash 10 to 17 lugs 1250 to f18 bright leaf 14 to 24 red 10 to 18 tips 8 to 12 green and damaged 7 to 0 000- A 20000 corporation was organized- in Frankfort last Saturday to finance the redrying plant to be built in that cityAt a mass meeting of Burley growers held in Frankfort on same day resolu tions were adopted endorsing every l1k r l OF IMPORTANCE I thins the Burley Society has done In reference to the pool of 1000 1007 and 1900 The resolution gives the society permission to use both Franklin countys part of the outage fees and the 1 per cent in any way the Society sees fit 000 State Agricultural Commissioner M C Rankin has issued an open letter to the tobacco growing poolers of 1906 and 1007 urging upon them the necessity of standing together with the men who are managing tine pool of the present year The Commissioner suggests that the Boards of Control for the several coun ties of the burley district call mass meetings to get from the old poolers a expression that will allow the Burley Society to use whatever money there is prod 000 growg ers yesterday who at 3 p m ratified the sale of the 1909 pooled tobacco to Messrs Clark anal Nave of Owensboro The prices are from 9 to 5for leaf nn 3 for all trash Delivery will be made at Lewisport and Hawesville and will1 begin in about two weekspossibly on next Monday week The ratification vote was unanimous The meeting ex pressed confidence in Henry Berry BURLEY SOCIETY Funds Taken Back to Winchester Banks From LexingtonTo Be Held Until Court Order in Receivership DIRECTS ITS DISTRIBUTION Lexington Ky Nov 30RufuBI Lisle and Lee S Baldwin of Winchester who were appointed by Judge Benton of the Clark Circuit Court as receivers for the Burley Tobacco Societys residue from the sale of the pooled tobacco crops of 1006 and 1907 came here today and following conference with Hurley Society officials and attorneys took formal charge of the books and papers of the Society- A draft for 301000 representing the money now in the three banks at Win chester as the remainder of the deposit from the sale of the 1006 and 190Z crops was made payable to them They took this draft with them to Winchester thisIevening The books and papers will not be removed from the Burley offices here They will not he needed by theII receivers until the apportionment is to be made according to the orders of the Court When this will transpire or wheather it will transpire nt all depends I upon the action of the Court ofII Appeals If the higher Court should reVers thc decision of the Clark Circuit Court the apportionment will be made by the officers of the Hurley Societyand not by the receivers The petions of Dr G W Mc Millau and other Pendleton county growers filed in the Fayette Circuit Court asking that a receiver be ap pointed for the Burley Society was dismissed without prejudice this morning The motion followed a letter from Attorney Leslie Applegate of Covington asking that such an order be entered The action of the Clark Circuit Court trial of such a suit here un ecessaryc ChlEdron Cry il FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA t In Memory OfeJames hI Crawford James Milner Crawford was born at Stephensport Ky on Dec 14 18V5 He was the third son of James and Anna Belle Crawford and a nephew of Andrew Crawford of Stephensport The Crawford brothers as well as the 1 widow of James Crawford being foreign born had no relatives near them ex ccpt their own families One brother of James M Crawford died in infancy and the father died at Stephensport July 18 1004 the writer being his pastor at the time conducted his funeral His mother one brother John Bain Craw 1 ford u conductor on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley R R one sister Mrs H S English Jr near Stephens port his uncle Andrew Crawford and number of friends and acquaintances 1 are left to mourn his early death When quite a small boy under the ministry of J P Goodson James was converted and joined the M E church South at Stephensport in which church he remained a faithful and consistent member till death The writer I was his pastor for two years and therefore learned to know him quite well Like his father he was modest and undemonstrative in disposition but honored by all who really knew him He was j I lDo You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver andI be cause of its able health fulfills almost every wish in pain in the back liver every part of the It to hold water and pain in or bad effects of liquor wine or beer and that of to go often the day and to get up many times during the nigbt is not for but if you have liver or bladder it will be found just the you need It lids been thorn tested in and hasI so that a ar has been made by which all of this paper who have not al tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about and how to find out ifyouhave kidney or bladder trouble When writingniention reading this offer in this paper and send your address to bladder remark restoring properties Swamp Root over coming rheumatism kidneys bladder and urinary passage corrects inability scalding passingit followinguse overcomes unpleasant necessity being compelled through SwampRoot recommended everything kidney trouble remedy private practice prove successful special rangement readers ready SwampRoot generous remedy astdBinghamton N V The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles arc sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N yonevery bottle unusually careful in regard to his con duct and associations When not employed nor at church or Sunday School he was usually about home He was never married and never seemed to care much for social pleasures He loved home and was interested for the wel fare and happiness of his friends After his father became afflicted he was faith ful to wait on him and comfort him Ho had a high sense of honor After the death of his father quite a heavy secur Ufc debt fell on the family Out of respect for the family he and his brother paid the debt though they could have evaded the law if they had been dispos ed He was faithful to provide for the comfort and happiness of his mother in her widowhood Not only was he careful about the necessities of the home but he provided for her to con tribute liberally to her church as was her custom before his fathers death He expected soon to take her where he could be with her more and enjoy her associationHe always faithful to the inter ests of those with whom he was em ployed At the time of his death he was flagman on the Iron Mountain K R His run was from Memphis to Little Rock In preparing to start their train In the yard at Little Rock he was trying to make a coupling work properly while the train was in motion Watching the coupling instead of where he put his feet he got his foot fastened in the guardrail and being unable to extract it in time two cars passed over his legs crushing them but leaving his body comparatively uninjured The accident occurea at 1150 amNov 18 1909 He was conscious from the time of the accident until death While his friends were administering to him he inquired of one of the men if their train had been protected When asked if he had any requests to make he asked his roommate and friend Mr ii G T Harvard tQ notify his friends of his condition and requested him to see to it that no whisky should be given to him nor used about him in any way At 215 on the same day of the accident he peacefully fell asleep His friend prepared his body tor transportation and burial and with the brother ac- ompanied it to Stephensport arriving on Sunday Nov 21 On Monday following the writer assisted by the pasI tor Re F R Roberts conducted the funeral using for our scripture founda ion EccJ21 and Rev210 Not withstanding the threatening weather I a congregation of friends attend d the funeral At the close of the ser vice it was raining so hard that the in terment was postponed until Tuesday morning when the body was laid to rest beside his fatherJ C Hoskinson Sonora Ky Rich Alens Gifts Are Poor I besides this I want to go on record as shying that I regard ElectricBitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 Rhine vault of Vestal Center N YIlL can never forget what it has done for me I This glorious medecine gives a woman buoyant spirits vigor of body and jubilant I health It quickly cures Nervous ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Head ache Backache Tainting and Dizzy J Spells soon builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try them sOc at Severs Drug store Fair Sized No said the retired showman I wont say that we had tho biggest giant that over happened but it Is a l solemn fact what I am going to tell you This giant had a pcnchancc or whatever you call It for trying new styles of whiskers arliml1 Well when ho wanted a new style laid out ho had to fiend for a landscape gardener u v I Louisville IHenderson St Louis Ry TIME TABLE Corrected to Nov 15 1909 147 145 I 143 141 146 I 142 I 144 148 STATIONS Dally Dolly Dally Dolly Dally Dally Dolly Dolly in 55 84 25Op 4 JgUttPM A M Lv Louisville Arnttt 0 13 f5 OS 8 53 Strawberry 7 10 f12 40 7 25 919 515 859 Blslioff 702 f2 30 718 VI 2U t5 24 19 09 Medora f6 52 112 19 f7 08 931 f6 29 10 14 Stites 1646 12 lift 02 91J7 f5 32 017 Kathryn 642 f2 08 659 011 5 36 0 21 West Point 6 Dg 12 05 0 56 0 43 15 38 10 23 Howard 6 371A12MU3 fO 54 9 40 ff 46 fO 30 Bartles U 30 fll 53 f6 46 953 f5 52 f9 U4 Rock Haven 625 fll 48 f6 41 U 5U 15 58 fO 40 Long Branch 6 lg 111 4016 33 10 OU U 07 9 40 Brandenburg U 13 11 32 U 25 10 12 6 16 f9 fi6 Ekron 6 05 f11 25 U 16 1018 0211 flO 03 tiuston 558 til l15 U 08 10 23 SIDJ l 10 13 Irvlngton 5 51 11 05 ggU 10 29 fO 45 flO 19 Webster 5 40 flO 57 f5 42 10 36 f6 Sb flO 27 Lodlburg 5 37 f 10 48 ff5 34 10 42 t7 00 10 33 Mystic 5 31 110 41 5 26 10 45 f7 04 no 37 Sample 5 28 flO 37 fs 22 10 bl y 12 10 44 Stephcnsport 5 21 10 27 5 14 10 54 fZ16 flO 48 Addison 5 18 HO 22 f6 10 10 5U f7 18 flO 50 Holt 5 15 flO 19 f5 08 15f603 I 5 1004 ro 12 11 1M IZ 40 11 11 Skillman 4 56 10 53 4 44 f8 00 6 21 11 25 7 48 11 13 HawcsvlIe 4 48 9 43 4 36 7 48 39fO26C6653 11 54 822 tin 40 lliaceo4 19 9 08 f404 711 17 03 1203 8 31 H 59 Pates 4 lU 8 56 3 64 IZ 00 7 06 12 07 8 34 12 02 Dutch 4 06 18 52 3 51 0 57 7 13 1215 8 42 12 10 Owensboro 400 f8 45 8 45 6 GO Mf7 4Gf783fZ3 25fZ807153 12 48 f0 20 12 43 Beals 3 28 8 Or 3 13 f6 16 13Sg 7 52 K3 i 65AM1 27 10 05 1 28 Howell2 53 7 10 2 30 1 35 10 15 1 30 Evansvlllo 2 45 7 10 2 30 7 40 7 50 sT LOUiS 0 00 8 84 A M P M P M A M- rf Stops on Signal Where no time shown trains DO NOT STOP StLouis 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 cast of Cloverport to discharge passengers from west of Cloverport Hartford line 5t 3 2 4 Dally STATIONSDallyDally Ex Sunday Dally Ex Sunday 6 45 p m 11 10 a mLv Irvlngton Ar 10 00 a m 6 50 P m f G 53 fll 20 Basin Spring f 0 40 f 5 39 7 08 11 35 Garfield 0 31 52s7 18 fll 45 Harned f 9 21 f 5 14 721 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 0 06 5 00 51f7 58 12 25 OIendcancu 8 39 4 34 8 07 12 33 u Dempster 8 31 8 18 Falls of Rough 8 20 f 8 35 Dempster f 803 f 426 23ff2 f f 8 48 f2 47 Asklnsuf 7 51 f 4 14 Pf 8 Sl fW Sil Onksuf 7 43 f 4 06 03If f U 07 f 1 00 Mitchell f 7 aU f 3 53 f 9 24 f 1 23 Dundee feTI0 f 3 34 9 f 9132 f 1 31 Sunnydale 7 01 f 3 20 fi j f 939 f 1 38 Combs f 6 54 f 3 95 p m 1 55 p m HARTFORD 6 40 a 111 3 lUIJIJ I Real Estate DepartmentII I i Do you want to buy a farm or businees H If you do you may find Just what you need in this department If you arc interested in any of the following proprieties write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once telling us what you want and where you want it and let us introduce you to the man who has the very property you are looking for Wo recommend tho following properties as being productive and fair in price yojlwantand lot us show you how we bring buyer and seller together onablingbuyersJan D Babbage ratio from Webster 2K miles from 160t oJ acres of fresh land and SO acres in grass no waste land new house and largo now barn built last year Nor further particulars write to Jno D Babbage Oloverport KyIC 3 300 140 acres 2 miles from Guston1 t S miles from watered t lays well Rood young orchard good timber on rural route school Louse few yards fron house Improvements good four room dwelling back porch two good barns barn and tenant houso and cistern back in the field moat and hen house wood shed will sellou easy payments plenty of small fruit Further particulars address Jno n Babbago Oloverport Ky 67 AGUE FAItM 5 room cottage hall and porch In good repair stock barn two good Ride sheds crib good moat house and hen house and a variety ot apples peaches and grapes a good well and never fulling spring for stock water 200 yards oast of Hardmsburg in easy distance to the High School building when erected For 16 acres four miles west of- t2 000p Glondoano Smiles from branch railroad all fresh land 100 acres in cultivation 50 acres in grass will produce the best corn wheat and tobacco in neighborhood plenty lasting water 1 well at door of dwell ing log dwelling 8 rooms and side room good stable 3 tobacco burns 3 tenant houses Plenty of good timber for farm purposes good land to clear Price 3000 H cash C 3 950 352 acres on Hardinsburg and 3 r ifdus of Sinking road 2 miles onestorydwel11ngsblacksmith shop all necessary outhouses ISO acres under cultivation and pasture 228 acres in timber white oaV black oak beech and sugar tree all good size Plenty of good woter andRoodCOB SALE Storo combinedStreetsOloverportwholelengthexchange for a dwelling house in Oloverport AvonueWeU R pi1 750 155 acres on Dardlnsburg and mUesfromandtimtitimberDeechbehauledLimestonelandfortobacco and fruit yearroundIneasyandaU5 cottage cf live py6orepeachtreesrlcotsmtalla nicevlnyard of eholcost grapes 20Q acres clearedballlnce In woods soveragraveswire the posts to EkroQonlong and easy payments 1600001 druirIatandsurroundedby IttlioAn establlsho physician wants to retireIs tho reason for Clloverport u It IsThiok About Btiyiog Your Christmas Goods and you will find a complete assortment at Alexanders at Irvington and at prices that will suit everyone I am now making a special price OH Ladies Furs for the Holidays I also have a complete line of Mufflers Scarfs Handkerchiefs Towels Table Linens and Napkins for the Holidays Mens and ladies Ties and Neckwear of all Kinds Do Not Fail to See These Before You Buy Ladies Readymade Suits- I can sell them to you from 1250 to 1500 Suits that are made to tit and fit to wear Have them yet in all shades Ladies Cloaks cloaks in all time lead 11Long from 300 to 1 I n With ered Are New FOR WHO Pads Are Always Gifts to Bags Little For Girls to Give Their Chums In hunting around for now Ideas for gifts do not neglect the new colonial mirrors with tops The long narrow mirrors are select ed Indies long twelve Incites wide with a six Inch space at the top for Is n good pro portion The tops vary accord ing to stile of frame Those of gilt are worked on moire or ottoman sill in dull colcrs A light ecru 1 iaoo IS750I Colonial Mirrors Embroid Tops WORK GIRLS DRAW Telephone Acceptable Charming Offerings Christmas cmbroldcrcM Twentyseven embroidery embroidered background I I is effective with most colorings Deep pink blue green and lavender aro good Tho embroidery may be Bledamalcr designs In their dull orange black and pastel tones for flowers or the popular ribbon embroidery is used combined with Kensington or solid embroidery The quainter the design the more ef fective these tops are Now that the telephone tins become as necessary a part of household fur nishings as the kitchen stove one Is always safe In presenting to ones friends either masculine or feminine n telephone pad This aid to mom ory of course way bo purchased lu leather but the pad made of cardboard and linen Is more Individual The tele phone pad seen In one of the Illustra tions Is quite easy to make The foun dation Is of cardboard and the mate vial used ni natural colored linen The design Is most effective If worked out in block thread Tint the dress auy hnde desired preferably red or nvu A small imdbf littler timid a t Mens Clothing Do not fail to seo my line of Lens and Boys Clothing Suits and Over coats Mun s and Boys I suits from 350 to I Childrens suits Knickcr bockur pants from 175 to I to liens Overcoats from 2 lOne lot of Overcoats that tiro worth I 6 00 1 am making a Special I pricei of handle tho celebrated Star tutor Shoes and am making a special piire tiny penrl tk d to the piii nMipliti1 this handy little Rift For u girl to gv her chain notlilim Is ulcer than n vanity bug Take apiece of substantial lk ten indies wide and live Inches in depth unit em I bellish It with rlbbgn embroidery in simple design Sew the narrow ends together and lino with very thin silk Make a double hem about twothirds of the way to the top nnd run through It n slender silk cord or narrow rib Iboll Edge Ithe top of the bay with narrow lace Glue the bottom of ttill bug in tiny plaits to the back of the 2 by 3 Inch mirror being careful not to touch the mercury After thisI Is done cud while It Is drying cut a piece of thin pasteboard the size of the mir ror pod It with a little cotton cover with the lining sill and glue It to ltin back of the mirror It serves to pro tect till mirrorI and also to cover Ithe raw seams of the bag The Interior of the bag is now complete anti Ithe only remaining touch Is the little edge of narrow llt lace framing the face of the mirror Ilnce In Ithe bag a cham oil sklti cud a tiny Ivory or celluloid hog of powder nnd your dainty Christ Hint1 Tt isI ItUllplOli Woman loves a clear rosy complexion Durdcck Blood Biters purifies the blood chars the skin restores ruddy sound health Tennysons Critic The poet Tennyson was in the habit of receiving large number of requests fori his autograph As a rule he did not reply But one day he was much impressed by the letter of the young daughter of n country gentleman mill he sent her not only his autograph but an original quatrain The girl was tint urally delighted Her father however did not allow hor to thank the poet but assumed that responsibility him self lie sent the following letter Dear SIIII have shown your verses to the schoolmaster He tlnds that Ithe tails of the g s it lid the upper part of the hs are very Irregular and thatI you also forgot to cross your ts Asldo from thai I thank you for your ef fort Bookman Cry FOR I The Sioux Indians formerly hud a conjurers drum which they called It was used on religious lull ceremonial occasions had two heads frequently decorated with crude pictures of animals and was beaten with great vigor for Ithe purpose of appeanlng the wrath of their offended dellhw or of contributing to tho recovery of the Hick Now Si I I I I on Tans nnl Oxblood nuns 350 Tan rfhots gih tit Oxbo d MJOOS worth S3 50 lInt 400 Tan Shoes ro at Du nut fail to sec these I will also have a line of Nuts and I for the tradealso curry a complete line of Groceries- at theI lowest prices The Corn Show The first annual exhibit ot the Kentucky Blue Grass Corn Show will occur ut Lexington Ky December JII 11 and 13 The show will be held at Jack sou Hall which is a large hall situated near the Union Station total admirably suited for displaying corn and alo the machinery ntul other articles which have been offered us prizes I am also agent fur the t and Records Suppose you try one for Christmas Can sell you one at that plays tho 2 and 1 minute records both land promoters is to create and encourage I an intelligent interest in corn growing ns to cultivation and selection I to the end that te yield of corn may be great crop- Statistics show that the yield per acre ot corn in Kentucky is from five to ten bushels less than that in the neighborS lug states of Ohio Indiuna Illinois und others while the possibilities of our climate tnd soil are not less 1 great deal of interest has been created by the holding of a number of i I local Corn Shows in the State recently 1 also handlel a good line of Sewing Machines If you arc needing in not fail to call andseo mine he fore buying I I ED ALEXANDER Irvington Ky CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Children FLETCHERS CASTORIAAn waUaucbaiihagua Subscribe Right 1500 S500 1500 dasa Shoes- I complete Candies Raisins Kentucky BlueGrass CornI X275 S275 30O Oranges Christmas EdisonPhonograph 15S2230 promIinenco correspondingly anything Rugsd- o F HouseholdersVanity I i e those at Paris and Versailles and the School Childrens Contests institut ed by Commissioner Rankin and the indications are that this show being held in the central part of the State will be vorv successful and but the beginning of larger shows in the future Classss are open to layette County to the State and tile country at large and advices have already been received from several professional growers who wini exiiibit here as well us many local growers Attractive premium H tf have been issued and may he had h v apply lug to the Sec t1nr of the Kentucky Blue Grass Corn Show Lexington These premium lists include over 100 00 worth of premiums in cash machin ery and merchandise and liberal prizes are offered for tho different classes The show will continue three days the last day being Monday December Iit when all the exhibits will be sodatudion This will afford an 1prtli v fur farmers bv buying the prize Ajninjj I samples to secure som exiclr seal cornFor all information aiUlrcss1 cite ties mdtIGras Corn how Lexington Ken tuckv W tMlJWIMW M rIJJ IPAWlM f 1lJIJ I II- II PUBLIC SPEAKING 1 i ayarRrcet tastt ag + rT ct+ rtXi tir tt9 t1F k 74 + + is ctt i- To I the Burley Tobacco Growers of Breckinridge County I ITherewill be meetings held at the places andIon the dates as followsII Bcwlcyvillc Wednesday Dec 8 2 p m III Garfield Wednesday Dec 8 7 p m III Clifton Mills Thursday Dec 99 2 p moII ISampleI I IcUnionIc IIStephenspt Saturday Dec 11 2 p m Chenault Monday Dec 13 2 p m I Mooleyville Monday Dec 13 7 p m I Rhodelia Tuesday Dec 14 2 p mIIIrvington Tuesday Dec 14 7 p I Custer Wednesday Dec 15 2 p m IW HtmVftJ jIf1M I mt We will have with us PRIVATE J B ALLEN of Tennessee Iwho thoroughly understands the Tobacco situation He has canvassed the Dark Tobacco 1the1 The Ladies are Especially Invited to Attend 1 D C HERON JNO R WIMP G 0 BLANFORD 11 nY flRtA f1r If Y WWAfWW w WIlI nAlrfIIWI4 iII AWMAI Sri f ll f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSi JNO D IUBBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO i 1 Issued Every Wednesday fkl 94a t k iVwoription Price 100 n year in udvnnco r CARDS OF HANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino I1onoytadvItlcof tho label on your paper If it is not correct please r altifyits k When ordering a change in the address subscribers should give heir old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES CLOVERPORT KY WEDNESDAY DEC 8 1909 k i1 VIRTUE is like precious odors most fragrant where they are in censed or crushed for prosperity doth best discover vice but ad bersity doth best discover btrfae Lord Bacon I Every grower of Burley tobacco in 1reckenridge county is standing in his own light if he docs not lend his aid and influence to the establishment of Burley Pooling Houses in this county like they are putting up in the Blue Grass The Burley Tobacco Society has been successful in the eastern part of the state and it will be successful here just as soon as people known more about it and know more of the men at the head of it Irvington and Ekron are to have pooling houses Custer will have one and one at Lodlburg or Stephensport for this end of the county If they are not built this year they will be next It is the only way for the farmer to get a fair and equitable price for his tobacco The trouble in this county today is the growers l majority of them are in no shape to hold their tobacco They are bonud to let it go at some price The American Tobacco Company is setting the price today just as they have been doing for many years pastand they will con tinue to do it until the growers get together in a pool with houses behind them in which they can take care of their tobacco The Burley Tobacco Society is inauguarating the only successful plan to meet the trust What is good news to the Democrats all over Kentucky is the announce ment that the Hon Ben Johnson will be a candidate and a winner of the Democratic nomination for Governor Throughout all sections there is a great boom for this wonderful anti successful party leader The people and the press are enthusiastically for him To say that he will be our next Governor is as certain as Willson is our Governor today He is loved and respected by all who know him He is a man who never fails who never disappoints and wins all he undertakes No man in the state is better equipped for the position of Governor of our great state than Col Ben Johnson Farmers ought to attend the Burley meetings announced in this paper for next week Go out and hear how the Society works and its plans Get in touch with the movement The great Burley district in the Blue Grass has prospereed by pooling Why not our section It is the only salvation for the growers Get together in a strong cooperating organization with plenty of money back of it to take care of all its members Then you are on an equal footing with the trust and can stand for your rights and a fair price for your tobacco If the farmer wants to control price of tobacco the only way to do it is to pool 3t Pool it with a concern that is able to hold it handle it grade it and put it up in good keeping order Farmers will never be able to set the price as long as they have to sell as soon as it is stripped The buyers know this and they set the price to suit themselves and the growers have very little to say about it yPiulsy Miller has bought fifty or sixty thousand pounds of Burley at Sample a good Heal of which has been delivered Alf Taylor at Custer has bought about the same amount Abe Richardson at Garfield is also buying Prices range from I 3 to laud 12 round Mr Royalty of Fordsville is buviuc B irloy tobacco at McQuady He is p ylngs to 1125 Goode Hendrick was delivering his crop of 10000 pounds last Monday at 1125 from the ground up The work on the new round house at the shops has already begun The structure is to be built of brick and will be a larger building than the one that was burned Read the Christmas ads ROSETTA IH you want the best flour buy the BEST patent flour Miss Annie Meador of Custer was the guest of her sister Mrs John Kasey last week Harvey Meador of Texas vIsited his aunt Mrs Lee Board a few days last week- Miss Calllc Ross was the guest of Miss Kathalene Carman Sunday The protracted meeting which be gan last Wednesday is nicely and much good is IJrogrcssh1gI I be accomplished before Bros Hughes and Hardin are good workers and revivalists Mr Tom Mercer president of the Breckenrldge County Union and Jas Lampton of Fisher visited friends and relatives of this vicinity this week Mrs Lena Board spent Monday with Mrs Hattie Willis The Breckenridge County Union met here Saturday The most important business was the selling of tobacco The selling committee reported a sale expected Monday or Tuesday A call meeting is expected within the next ten days to vote in the acceptance of the prices offered by local buyers and to elect and in stall officers The call meeting will be held at Buras- J D Babbagc editor of the Breck enridge News Cloverport was here at the County Union Saturday on businessMr Mrs Owen Gilpin of High Planes were the guests of Mr and Mrs M T Chappell Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Ed Triplett and laughter Nellie spent the latter part of last week with Wm King Geo Boot Gilpin and sisters Misses Cora and Dora were the guests of Mr and Mrs R L Adkis son Saturday and Sunday- W T Gregory and son Grover of Garfield visited Mr and Mrs J W Willis Saturday Jas Steerman was the guest of Chas Mercer Saturday W G Lawson visited S P Drury Saturday evening M M Chappell and daughter Laura of Lodiburg visited his daughter Mrs Cliff Staton last week P Mark Twaines Latest Which originated first the hen or the egg First Sheriff To Pay Sheriff Finley Miller has returned from Frankfort where he went to pay the State of Kentucky 24 1833 taxes for Breckcnridgo county He received a clear receipt and nad the distinction of being the first sheriff to settle in full Attends Court Attorney V G Babbage went to Hawesvllle Monday to attend Han cock Circuit Court Mr Babbage will be busy several days there When You Say Goodbye A little bit of cheerful phllosphy iis expressed in the latest song Always Leave Them Laughing When You Say Goodbye Do you Seems that Miss Josie Raitt does She is one iif not the most popular business woman In town Everybody likes her and seeks her company She always leaves you laughing which is possibly the secret of her popularity ButterBean Soup A most delicious soup is as follows M pint of butter beans cooked until soft Add a quart of rich sweet milk heat until boiling hot drop in butter size of walnut with salt and pepper to taste Served with buttered toast Mrs John D ItabbageOther recipies vanted for the News May Hold Five Davs The Hancock Circuit court opened at Hnwesville last Monday with a larger docket than usual for Hancock county It is quite likely that the court will hold as much as five days some thing very unusual for a circuit court at lawesville Judge Burkhead and Commonwealths Attorney Ben Ringo are on hind to dispatch the business The trial of Adkisson for the murder of Gray iu Hawesville last spring is- the first case receiving the attention of the court HAROINSBURG Miss Clara Eskridge returns this week from a visit to Mr and Mrs Jesse Eskridge of Owensboro Mrs J H Gardner was in Louisville several days last week Miss Daisy Trent ol Ciister vas the quest of Misses Ahl last week Mrs W C Duvall is visiting at Plilton Ky If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Gus Shellnian has bought at 2JOO A HOME OF PALMS AND FLOWER Peruna tile Only Medicine tlInt Ever Entered tilisI Home Mr UYo Robert have H I tIt wo havo been I suffered with kidney and bladder troublo but with Peruna made me a well and strong My wife felt weak and was easily ious pains but since she took Peruna she manII We are both very grateful to you licited testimonial feeling that It Is the Peruna has done for us u WAN Catarrh Entirely Relieved Mr Ira Honney Fairfield Freestone Go Texas writes I am completely cured of all symp toms of catarrh I can truly say that Poruna Is the best medicine I ever saw I will always recommend Pfruna to all my friends for catarrh Druggist Peruna Almanac 1910 the Guthrie property on Louisville street of Dr Me Mulli n ita recent owner This desirable property was much more valuable by im provements which the Doctor made while he remained in Hardiusburg Mr Sbelltnan took possession last week IJardinsburg lost an familytt last week when Dr Mc moved to Short Creek where he will give his entire time to his profession As a physician neighbor friend and citizen the Doctor is a worthy man and we r Catarrh of Head Mr O Hallock Antworp Ohio writes r sMy daughter Allle after taking three bottles of your Pornna is entirely cured of catarrh of the head of two Sears standing Wo recommend Pe runa to anybody who has catarrh Peruna is manufactured by the Peruna Drug Mfg Co Columbus Ohio cAsk Your for a Free for rendered esteemed Mullen congratulate Graysou county upon this ad jltion to her numbers Principal Edwards of the County H gh School spent Saturday and Hun V day in Louisville There is but one prisoner a colored fellow in the county jail Mrs Clayton Beard who lass been ill for some time is better Gus Brown WitS quite ill last week Lawrence Taber has returned from aii four weeks stay in North Carolinn 1IfHeadquarters For Santa Claois I Gram Christmas Opening and Holiday Display at Glendeanes Biggest Store Your Christmas r ZWloney buys more here than anywhere else Our ToyDepartment is now at its best jTAY WI Buy Toys soon as Possible y 111 Wh okraws Auto Wagons Xmas Handkerchiefs Fruits Candies and Nuts Velocipede Trains Holiday Ribbons y Oranges Lemons Locaffltivff Tea SetsHoliday Neckwear Bananas Grapest Chldu yitJre Tin Horses MountedHosiery Stick Candy tas t Childr s Billekin bollsHand Bags Fancy Candy Pop Corn 1 I DNuglfteS Toilet1 Sets Peanuts Almonds Figs Ill Build lnWfs TO f vHobb HorsesLadies Scarfs Raisins Filberts Fruitrl r CalllCotUO nini 71iv ITrIcycles Gloves1 for Christmas Fresh Oysters Celery desksg Cuff Button Sets Cranberries ln WACi4QORMAN = = Glendeerie Ky o I t or If 01 J1 r1oi ik11 101 I11 101 ill oi =1 tolj rr- i f t i w J t I 0- 1M v k r r r c ra aYL + ii4 i4 J f t Sw bnw4yr 4- u t rt k r a r A Reliable Remedy4Iys IIs quickly absorbed Give Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased meat bravo resulting from Catarrh nnd drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly lie stores the Senses of I I 1 Tneta and Smell Full size GO els nt Drug gists or by mall lu liquid form 75 omits Ely Brothers CO Wnrrou Street New Yark 15fe Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DEO 8 1909 = t oJ J JAND PERSONAL LOCAL 1 Mrs Nancy terry has returned to LouisvilleJ spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tnylor Mr and Mm Carl Lisheu have re tffeb S turned to Louisville Miss Florence Woods is illat her home on the Hill A Y Ford hoe been ill at St Josephs infirmary iu Louisville Harness needles wax and thread for sale by V G Dahi age Mrs Fowler of Brandenburg has been visiting Mrs Collins Armours fresh pork sausage on sale Friday V G Babbage Fresh oranges bananas eating apples this week V G Qubbage Chas Mucey of Lodiburg was iin town Thursday on business Mrs Fred Fraize returned from Louisville Wednesday night If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Mrs Nichols and daughter Louise have returned from Evansville Harness leather and harness attachments of all kinds V G Babbage Mrs L Reeves of Ilardinsburg was the guest of Mrs Fred lorry Monday James Younger and daughtar Eudora were in West Pointand Louisville Suu duy and Monday Mrs Cordrey and Miss Bertha Cor drey of Eizabethtojvn are visiting Mrs Jas Cordrey Dr Ray Boone of New Haven willI spend the Christmas holidays with his mother Mrs Hayes Owen Adkins and Miss Louise Horseman of Stanley spent Sunday with Mr Iud Mrs Chas Berry- C W Fletcher attended the funeralI of his brotheriulnw Will Beinon lost t OwensborotMorrison Calhoon dentists office dovrristalrs 215 Fourth street both phones Ovensboro Ky Dr W Charles lluttinan of Denver Col will spend the Christmas holidays I with Rev and Mrs Dillon i We will furnish paper and put it on a IsxlS ft room wall ceiling and border Complete job for 2 at Stiwyerg Frank Dean of Gleudeane was hereU i Monday He has been a subscriber to the Newsever since it was printed Mrs Chas B Skillman will remain t in Morgaufield until after Christmas with her sister Miss Evelyn Young Mrs L T Reid was a charming hostess last Wednesday afternoon when she entertained a number of friends with five hundred Misses Francis Ella and Jane Smith spent Thursday in Louisville the guest of their uucle Mr Chas Moorman They were accompanied homo by Mr Wathen We have now a First Class Cleaning C9 in your city and are able to give you good survice we have club t Nature makes the cures1 after all Now and then she gets i into a tight place and Ii Iineeds helping out Things get started in i the wrong direction Something is needed toIj check disease andstart i the system in the right direction toward healtht Scotts Emulsion of God Liver Oil with hypoII phosphites can do justJ thisIl i It strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes richJ d bloodFOR BALE D7 ALT DRUGGISTS r 0R Bd IOC name of paper and this d for our beautiful Safins Bank and Child SketcUliookF 1bail contain a Qood Luck Pennjr- IT fit DOWNE 409 Pearl St NtwVorkt f I r j I arntrs which gives each member four lilts and one overcoat spunged and pressed call for and delivered for 1 a monthall work guaranteed Phone 120 Squire Bates was III the city Saturday Frank Moorhian of Louisville spent Sunday here Mr Bowne has returned from a business trip East W R Moorman Olendeane was in Owensboro Monday Mrs Jan Tague of Lima Ohio arrived Saturday night Mrs Benton Eubiuiks and Alice Cleo have returned to Frankfort N H Quipgius has returned from a visit to relatives in the county Mr and Mrs J D Seaton were in Louisville Monday shopping R Kincheloe Hardinsburg was 1Allen on legal business Mildred Babbage entertained the Senior Class Friday afternoon Miss Laflra Hole of Irvington was the guest of Misms Matheny Saturday Mrs Courtney BabbtiRe of Louisville is visiting Mrs Mollle Hamblcton in HendersonMrs Squires has gone to Big Springs to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Cap Garner Fred Lyons Louisville came home Monday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs O F Lyons neAr Ccster Mr Phillip flock wife and daughter Tula returned Mpnday from a visit to his brother Henry Plock Tell City John J Lancaster section foreman at Glendeane and Miss Bessie Allen of Kisk were married last Monday at the halls of Rough The Blacksmiths of Breckemidge county will meet iu Hardinsburg Thursday Dec 10 to complete the county organization Miss Georgia White gave a very charming buffet luncheon Saturday afternoon to the following guests Misses Eva and Edith Plank Misses Margaret andEdith Burn Mr and Mrs Hurt Muir and sons David Owen Hall and Major Muir of Louisville returned home Monday after a visit to Mr and Mrs Stader Mr Muir arrived Saturday night from a business trip South Will Go West Jas M Isomc a farmer living near this place will have a sale of his stock etc and leave with his family forth west near Durant Okla GLENDEANE Miss Sallie Moorman is very sick with typhoid fever they haven trained nurse with her Dr and Mrs P E Dempster willI 1 move in their new home next week Miss Nell Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday in Hardinsburg the guest off Mrs David Murray W C Moorman was in Louisville a few days last week on business Mr and Mrs Jeff Owen both are on the sick list Mr Warren Shacklctt of Brandenburg was the guest of Miss Mollie Moorman suudayMiss Nancy Smith was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Arthur Smith Thursday and Friday Miss Louise Moorman is assistant cashier in the bank here Miss Reba Lewis who hits been the most pleasant visitor at Miss Daisy Dean the past week left Friday for Irvington foi an extended visit with Miss Nell Smith The Methodist ladies AW gave a comfoit tacking nt Mrs Minion Powell Friday each unit every member took dinner and enjoyed the day and did their work too Mr Bob Crider spent it few days in Louisville last week Mrs E L Robertson spent one day in Hardinsburg last week Mr and Mrs Rob Glasscock spent a few days here the guest of Mrs Glass cocks mother Mr und Mrs P B Hoskinswill move in their new home the latter part next week ofjj Mr and Mrs Wood of spout a few days in our town last week Mr Wood is civil engineer for the L H c St L- Sell your produce hidi s and furs toJJ Irvington Produce Co Mrs P B Hoskins is on thcsicklist Miss Elenor Robertson spent last week in Hitrdiusburg the guest or her Grand arents Mr nud Mrs Hetisle- yDrtSlaton and wife are here where is doing ilental work Rev Lewis Welcomed Rev James Lewis of Fordsvillc was here Sunday Although he was called back on a sad mission he was glad to be with the Cloverport people and they were exceedingly glad to have him Subscribe today w r sa NM+1NslMer V L iV rPiM1 Kentucky School Teachers I and Normal Training11 i Present and prospectivo teachers of Breckenridge and adjoining counties are invited to consider tho now Normal De partment of Kingswood College 1 pnrIticuhugood Literary Societies nnd the inspiration and stimilus- of advanced college associations and in addition will bo al 1 of lowedone ftermcharge or more studies in the collegiate department free t t PrllCtitcol j iI expect to pass in the county and state examinations and to succeed in tho profession of Aro do no cramming here Tuition in this J tenchingII tW Y A Picture of Father and Mother IrIIoty it would delight your children how it would please your friends Brabandt Studio Cloverport yJJI Irvington Ky Every Tuesd- aySTEPHENSPORT For sale cheap a good buggy and harness Geo McCubbins 3Nice line of Childrens Misses and Ladies cloaks from 75 cents up at Geo McCubbins Dont forget that Geo McCubbins i the place to buy furniture stoves hard ware harness queensware clothing and dry goods Go to Geo McCubbins for Salt Hay Brick Lime Cernentand Iron Roofing Good shoes llow pricesGeo Me Cubbius Pleasant Visitor Mrs Sarah E Parr of Oklahoma iisi visiting relatives at Concordia and Lo iliburg She is a sister of Mr Allen Robertson and is seventyone years of ageif you want the best flour buy the ewisport BEST patent flour BIG SPRING If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour The social given by the members of the Methodist church on Friday to httpI buy furniture for the parsonage was notI the success financially that the ladies desired on account of the weather and will be repeated during the holidays BANKOF CLOVERPORTIncorporated Capital Surplus and UndividedProfits 2200000 Safe Sound and- ConservaUve Small accounts receive the same careful attention as larger ones and we appreciate your business and in fluence Interest paid on Time Deposits BANK OF CLOVERPORT CLOVCRPORTKY r r f Alv u + + I Iiim + + WANTEDCarpenter a toad location IIs open ti town for contractor carpenter who In married soliur und knows andressy1 pellCockslIlLrryUambhJlOn COK SALE Mules3 thrcoyeiirold and 1 OWENCloverport FOR SALEI lot on Main Street In Irving I Information ontlreIyI JOnElIENIrvlnttoo FOR SALE Farm containing aero lays UO acres cultivation 12 acres timber ovorlustInltleiuiu on public road For full particulars address W C Moorman Olenaouno Ky SALE-s ON Austin Beavin Farm Half vviiy between Clover pOI t and Hardinsbur r two miles from pike Thursday Dec 9 9 a m All over 500 Twelv- eMonths Time u Amonsr the articles for sale Ire One horse two mares two mules two cows two buggies Farming Imp 1 o monts one molasses mill 20 head young Cattle GOO bush old of Corn four tons of baled Hay one Wagon Household and Kitchen Fur uiture Austin and IIrwin Beavin with an oyster supper Thelrproceeds amounted to 13 Mrs Griffith and son of Shelby county spent last week with her nephew Will Griffith John Morris was in Louisville last week buying his Christmas goods Mr Harned is having a cottage erect ed on Main streetIJ Madam Rumor says we are to hear wedding bells soon Bro King was called to Custer Sat urday to preach a funeralII Rev and Mrs King are in Louisville 3 buyingfurniture B F BEARD President M II BEARDCashier PAUL COMPTON Assistant Cashier h I QI col 11 moo11 ar I Q ct Getting Ready For t i Christmas 0 J At Our Store Santa Claus 0 IOOuizZln Ii Will be here with lots of Toys o and other good things o lOIJ C NOLTE BRO CLOVERPORT KY Jo IIf 0100 Jill t101 JI + 4i + Yf l- tf Public Sale rr- t rll Land Stock Crop Farming Imple u ments Household Goods on my i farm of 340 acres 3 12 miles South east of Cloverp- ortWednesday Irr f Dec 22 This farm is located on the Hardins Hill j J and known as the Virge Hardin farm ThisiiID farm is one of the best in the county well wa 1 m mtered and fenced 100 acres bottom land 30 or f of woods m i Dwelling Housecontains 8 rooms and 2 halls 3 1 Three large barns two tennant houses Large ft i amount of Stock lfa It 1jLadies1j Big day and big crowd expected fa Any one wishing more details write or come fa to see and I shall be pleased to give full par fa ticulars fai J W STONEs Cloverport Ky 7 rr FURS WANTED Wo want 5000 Skunk 55000 Itaccoon 50 000 Muskruts 0000 Mink 5000 Foxes Address B R WILSON FUR COMPANY p O Box 17 TUSCOLA ILL Louisville Market Report Louisville Dec 7 1009SpeclaL Wheat No 2 Red anti Longberry 1 117 117 CornNo2 white fl- 7OatsNo2 mixed lzA Eggs Market quite case count 27 and 28- cPoultryHens 11 and 12c per IU roosters Oc young chickens 12 15o ducks lc turkeys 16c geese 8- cHogsTops815 iilysfl70 760 roughs750 Sheep and Lambs Best lambs 554 jc seconds 5 fijifc fat sheep 375 Game Rabbits 12i mid 150 per dozen n ratlJ rq 4 1 BIGGESHHWING t 1 N- MASI I I I L J Fine Hay Victor Bagman of Skillman brought a load of the hest hay ever brought to Saturday He drove a team of four fine horse Mr Hagman is a most prosperous farmer of Hancock rThe Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company i I Capital 50000 Surplus anJ Un divided Profits 1100000 Severs Drug Co Cloverport u DIRECTORS Morris Eskridge G 1 Beard D S Richardson Dr A M Kincheloo C V Robertson B F Beard Pays 3 per cent on time depositsno more Three per cent is as much the best banks in this state pay and as much as any safely astt bank can afford to pay r 1J os W t I 1 j PAID IN- FULL I e I Novelized From E Walters Dy Great ugeneII JOHN W HARDING JCopyright 1905 by G W Dilllnjtum Co e aam To be Continued CIIAITEU XIX FSTIXY Is n strange thing D Under many n quiet exterior smolder tires of volcanic pas slfii tint never are fanned Into actlvlt Iterance the essential puff of cause hn + nuvcr ulrrcd them JIm sy Smith had had conceptions of com fort and lire ou n large scale that he line never attempted to carry out for I the reason that the one thing upon which they were based the one Incen tIn was lacking a wife Given wealth and n woman responsive In the same dire to the profound devotion and large Iteas of which he was capa bits Smith might have developed Into stnteslmnnthropist lven such n woman as an Inspiration he might with his strength of mind nnd uelf control have wo from nothl g to n position that wouUl lIne enabled him to live In some ac cord with the aspirations that once had Illumlf id his tiny dreaming As It was he had banished daydreaming front its plan of existence tic had Used a algid line of demarca thou between right and wrong for the governance of his own conduct that he never permitted himself to overstep but the fallings of others he was prone to rcndone and ever was ready to stretch forth a hand and help a weak- Ling I to set himself straight JImsy occupied two furnished rooms In a small quiet boarding Itoujo lie had lived In the pin 0 ever since his arrival In New York and the onlyI I change he hud made was to take a pri vate sitting eooui In addjilon to his bedroom ivhoil lee means admitted of It It tens her tint Brooks found himI when lute 11110 ivenlng he calledthcllI JImsy cigar in inutitli was working at suns plans and lignreti In the light ufa rciidlug liii when Brooks opened the dour IIr looked up from the table with no evyciie of surprise as his vis lcentered i7fIIchin Jlinsy Hello Smith mlgliit have expected him and regarded hl i resenee as an ordinary thing for all the tone of his response to the salutation Indicated low hIP i you been all this tine About as usual How have you been getting on Take a chair wont you 1 PC dill not see the hand that Brooks extended for the reason that he wasI rolling up the plans that had been stretched before him Brooks sat down In the only other armchair on the sonic side of the ta ble On entering ho had been ver nervous Ills customary aplomb rile vived as he found that Smith was ap parently the sumac old JImsy Oh tine ho replied Thought Id Just drop In on you and see how things were I Thanks Have a cigar Smith pushed the box toward him Hud he helped himself to one and lit It 1 feel like I owe an apology for keeping out of the way so long I suppose you wondered what had be come of me 1 have often wondered Well you see I was sort of cut up after the way Emma left me It was enough to make me feel sore There was no excuse tor It Then Ive been awfully busy I got a Job In a bank as assistant receiving teller at n real living salary A fellow Isnt ground down there and theres a chance to get on They treat you like a gentle man not like n lascar cabin boy I ought to have quit the LatinAmerican line long ago I suppose old Williams Is still slave driving r ft LSWrrZ4 z reS Williams Is still president of tin company Well hell get whats coming to him from somebody one of these days Smith made no comment Say JImsy you dont jlvo one th Impression that the world disagre with you You look Immense Theres never much time with me Brooks Brooks Why Crooks 11hnt- the matter with Joe Tun mclut be so darned ceremonious You havent got a grudge against me be cause I stayed away so long have youV Xo grudge whatever Oh well let It go flows tho of 1 woman You menu Mrs horns Who else would I mean except m saintly motherlnIaw 1 She was well at last reports There was another pause In the con versation and Brooks stared hard at time ceiling I guess youre a fixture here You wouldnt be happy In any other loci r ings he went on looking at JImsy who was eying him with his usurliI calm expression tmt was neither cold nor kind yet partook If anything of kindness You ought to see tho cute little quarters I have Theyre In a bachelor apartment house 1 want you to could around one of these evenings Youll core wont you Maybe one of those odd evenlngn Nest got to provide accommodations for more boats mind Im n busy moan fOlII 1 suit me Just let me know your e coming thats all For the hundredth time his eye I wandered to portraits of himself and his wife lu a silver stand on the table They had presented photographs and stand to Smith soon after their mar riage Youve still got thatt 1 roe he said Indicating It with a nod of the bead Of course How is she by the bye At lust he had brought the conver satlon round to where lie wanted It Emma Oh she was mill right when I last hemv about her Heard aout her Shes living with her mother Isnt sheT Ccrtainlj I havent seen themI fo some time All the familys out of townBrooks ciuld not conceal his disap pointment Where arethey staying Is It far from the city i Quite some distance Well where Is It1 At the seaside f In the country V he demanded exas perated Why dont you come out with a straight answer Instead o- dodging What do you think 1 nm1 What do you think I came here for You said you came to see how I wa3 getting along Brooks tould have kicked himself for having been betrayed Into loslu his temper It was a bad break for a mUll having u favor to ask Of courae 1 cams for that Jlinsy he said the anger gone fryii his voice But Its only natural I should ask for news of my family You dont seem to think I have any rights or feelings i am still UinnmB husband and it ain t because were had n tilt that were to be at cat and dog for the rest of out lives I suppose I havent forgotten that youre Em mas husbaid Joe but the matter of your rights Is open to n difference of construction timid Im entitled to my own opinion I do consider It perfectly muvmil however that you shouli1 be curious about your family and Ive answered every question youve put to me except the last Im under prom ise not to disclose their whereabouts to anybody Tints why Yes youve answered my questions but youve confined yourself to Yes Mid iV as If you were n witness un der cross examination lie passed his haul over lily eyes and ulghrd jlt aint like you JImsy he continued It aint like you a bit IIthought you at least wouldnt turn against me Hes a good man who sever does anything wrong Thats right I guess there are more men who do wrong and arent found out than there are men who do V6iig aiul are discovered and I aint In the business of heaving rocks at any man certainly not at you Im glad to hear you say that Ive been living on time level ever since You can b llevo me Jimisyask tho bank If rny accounts aint In order mid IIm going to keep straight too What morn can I do except say Im sorry Wiiat more does anybody want me to do Nothing I should think You believe me JImsy Joe I believe youre speaking the truth and I hope with nil my heart and soul youll keep right on the way youre going And now you know how 1 feel about It come right out and tell me what brought you here- I will then I want to know about Emma Its a year now since she since we separated and I wont stand It tiny longer I want her to come back to me I simply cant do with out her Ho looked at Smith expectantly but the phlegmatic JImsy made no remark You see them often Do they ever speak about me They have never mentioned you In my presence since the night Emma left youI never believed Emma would sulk so long Ill bet shes as sick and tired of this business as I am If she alit t had enough of the old woman and that stuckup little chit of a Beth by thisI time Im no good as a guesser I know Emma They must have baited Jior to1 death t IIi meor His Sake p4Myhusband beggedme ertotake Cardui writes Mat tie L Bishop of Waverly yVa and for his sake I a greed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but 1now I am all right E SO- y Take CAROUt The Womans Tonic You know Cardui will help you because it has helped others who were in youItcine for sick women but a tonic for weak women Being made from mild gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harm less and has no bad aftereffectsCardui be relied youTryAt all druggists ti I Maybe lnt If Ithey Inve sir hasnt told me abniit It and she doesnt carry It writ on her countenain sos youd notice 1- tJimsy I must see her Tell me where she lIt You cant flid out from me Id toll you willingly even h Lul site served1 an Injunction on me ages before you came here and Im not go Ins to put myself In contempt court IIfII Brooks Jumped up and nervously knocked the ah from Ids cigar on to n tray Youve knovn Kmma amid me fur over six years JImsy he said And you know till about in and how happ we were together how I tried to make her happy risked everything for her Aou were always a good friend to both of us Pints why Im here dofme a favor Will you Joe Ill do anything within time bounds of reason I knew you wouldnt refuse I want ylm to see Emma alone not with lice mother and Both around theyd queer everything I want you to ask her to let bygones be bygones and come back to me Well begin mill over again and this time well begin right Tell her Im well fixed Im ahead of the game Ive got money byearned nnd saved Itnml a good place Therell be no more hard pulling like there was In the old time Tell her Im more sorry than I can express for our little mils understanding sorry and miserable Tell her I love her more than ever and that If she will see me she will understandSmith assent And JImsy put In a good word for me plead for medo It as If It was for yourself Kmma will listen to you when she wont to any one else You know she thinks a whole lot of you Will you do this for J e- Yes Ill do It JoeISoon Lets see this Is Tuesday Ill see her Sunday go on ipyrpose Brooks went to him timid seized his hand with Otll his own jfmsy you are the best ever he exclaimed fervently I knew I could count on you Ill never forget this turn youre doing me never AndI Emma will appreciate It too Good night and God bless you He wrung Smiths hand again At the door he turned with this rec ommendation Dont forget JImsy Plead with her as If It was for yourself Smith sat staring straight before him for an hour CHAlTBK XX P In time Catsuills the sun had U the whole sky to Itself Everything presaged a hot day Early though the hour was time clock lad notyet struck G Emma was out on the piazza dressed for walking She wore n cool clinging costume of pale straw colored tussah so short that It descended little below the tops of her high buttoned light tan shoes A soft felt hat such as men travelers roll up and carry In their pockets tops secured to her fair huh by n hatpin aril Its limp border hung down and shaded her eyes These of n blue that rivaled the heavens were sparkling with admiration of the scene nnd her cheeks glowed with health She made a lovely picture as she stood gazing out Into the valley JImsy Smith vhc hind stopped on the road above on his way tram the hotel where he had put up the night before and of whose presence there at that moment she was quite unconscious thought he land never seen any picture so beautiful In all his life But thou Jlmsys Judgment was biased lIe had always considered Emma pretty mute found something to admire In her even whim with grimy hands and In soiled cotton dress she was engaged in the unpootlenl occupation of polish y a 0 q tsJi ing time Uthen stove Both leer hale twisted lulu llttlf wave knots with queer plus and at tired lu a pink WlIIPIWI joined her Why dont you get your things on amid come with us urged Emma JImsy will be here at It oclock Me North mountain No thaw you 1 hail enough walking yesterday Im irolng to church mothers coming ton We didnt go last Sunday and time whole park will be gossiping If time family Isnt represented sometimes bV some one or other Theyll think were nil pa vans Besides Im gtlng to wear the new gown JImsy brought up for me from the dressmakers Wasnt IP 1111Uy he tins coming It wouldnt liuv been here till Tuesday or Wednes ear That minus always on hand Just HII hed wanted Wont those Par IVMS girls stare Jlhisy walked down through tho laurel bower Beth he said by way of saluta thou thats the most common sense mountain climbing outfit 1 ever saw Its very rude to make remarks about peoples clothing when theyro not dressed to receive she retorted Youre not privileged to express any opinion Its too early But Its quite Impossible to stay abed with Emma carrying on as if it was the middle of the day Shes been humming all over the house since 5 oclock and nil that because shes going for a climb Why she hasnt slept n wink think lug of lice new dress laughed Emma Well Beth by the time youve got yoilr hobo out of curl and settle down In your pew observed Smith we shall be several hundred feet nearer the other cherubs listening to the sol emu anthems of the whispering pines Yes I said the solemn anthems of the whispering pines JImsy If 1 didnt know different Id suspect you of being a poet The next thing we know youl be wearing your hair long and pouring outyour soul In Sapphic strophes like like Emma here I dont know that Ive sampled that particular brand of strophes and I aint quite sure that 1 know just what strophes are but If Emma thinks they are all right Ill stand for cm Oh come on Jlnwy dont lUlen to her nonsense laughed summa They started out briskly Emma showing the way Do you know Us aJ real treat to go walking with you she said 1 know you love It 1 Ive heard you slay so Beth cant boar lung wanes and as for another she rarely goes farther than her plural ruikiug chair Hilt Pvc dragged Ueliabuut atul learned every path thrush the woods to time sums mits aortal pi itaas mis Is time second vnmuier Iv hum liw you know Deserting toe Lejiin path they as Bonded thr iui fiMsls of trees of ev ery duioriniion but uai they proceeded sloop the truth in phu es nomad deep In wet mars and pualicd tIi ugh under brush that kept Smith busy breaking a way for hs dainty but hardy and seemingly tireless companion they carne Into the Ill reiilon amid hOllY Continued on Page i Checks in Exchange for Subscription We will receive merchandise checks in exchange for subscriptions to the News Tell your neighbors and friends that the News does this for a great many people who sell their 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telling it in rn g FOR SALE X Aniimborof Farms dif fovont Sixes and Pricesw I HardinsburgII t f CtK KK SM SPrgkatVKrr- t r H t 4Mi iI 1 7 S i i I DONT WORRY ABOUT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS III SEND YOUR FRIENDS EACH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS II I Il CHave you a friend mother father daughter or son brother or sister nephew or neice away from home I IIfso remember them Christmas with their Home Paper To see how much folks enJoy the News read IJI- Wr what they say about it every week CLSend us the dollar and we will mail you a receipt with a Christmas w to earlyI11 I IIJNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLOVERPORT KVI 1 v PAID IN FULL Continued from pAge 0 giants that shot sheer to such n height thdt they seemed to form pillars for the canopy of the heavens Emma re garded the great trees with awe but Smith laughed He told her they were as saplings compared with the mighty trees of the west Ho tried to describe these and became filled with the fever of Immensity The long unfelt Influence of the borderless prairies tho mammoth mountain chains far flung through the prodigious spaces of tho sunset lands that dlmtn isHed their proportions was upon him His soul strained to burst its tethers and soar upward into tho infinite wliero it could expand unrestrained Burning words never used uniinag lied before in his unlettered mind ade quate to depict this liberated spiritual lty surged tumUltuously to his Ups to die there For the source of their inspiration of this tremendous flight into tho divine azure from his regulated role of tho commonplace and coldly practical wi3 Uid woman at his side the one being In the world who was dear to him and ever bad been whom he held in little less reverence than he did his Maker He broke off his description of the forest giants and vast freedoms of the west with a conclusion in his or Unary street surface language But thereIts no use me trying to do any lecture platform stunts I wasnt born with the gift of the gab a them things have got to beset to be appreciated Theres no lither way You understand Yes Emma understood She had listened to his brief unsuspected eloquence and had read his soul In the light of the celestial flicker that hid emanated from it had seen thii glory of It In his facea glory transient as a beacon flash that was gone from It leaving only his habitual noncommittal smile as he turned to her nUll salt You understand They continued tho climb In silence Emmas bosom rising anti fulling rap idly upon the rush and swirl of the torrent that rngcd beneath It almost swooping her self control before It Tlmsy Indeed loved her Why had this chance revelation of what her in tuition had divined long before torn open the floodgates ofTBer own emo tions Because it had set vibrating every chord of her being and every chord of that being as she had come to understand also was attuned to his Together they had beheld the mirage of heaven At the upper edge of the forest laby lath they emerged on to a rocky plateau studded with dwarfed firs and Balsam pinEs but covered thickly with iromutlc ferns and blueberry bushes Jlmsy bared his head to the cool breeze that swept the clearing and vutchcd Emma who with a little cry f delight had stooped among the blueberry bushes and was gathering a I ilindftil of their ripe fruit She was lad tho pretext to hide the up 1c val In her heart that she felt must how in her eyes This upheaval sudden and almost Verpowerlngly violent though it was pas not of the mornings forming the had known the calm sympathetic ieeterner as ho had reminded Cap Un Williams over since sho was a irk In short frocks Sho had soon dmo to look upon him as a big broth t with whom she shared her girlish oubles and in whom sho confided eely naturally as a matter of course fhen sho had become a woman and- o had sought her for his bride sho aid not been able with all her liking ir him to bring herself to consider ini in the light of a lover After the scales formed there by tho iandlshmcnts and personal pulchrl ido of Brooks had fallen from her es and she saw that she had bowed iwn to an empty painted fetich of Electric BittersSucc- eed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TE30UB6E t lithe best medicine ever sold i over a druggists counter I UL plaster Instead or to God In the flesh she hail resigned herself to the lot destiny had brought her nnd sought to mnke the best of it like the pure woman she was Household drudgery and tho stern Verities of her existence hid vanquished and put to flight all her illusions Love was a delusion It was not what she had conceived it to be It existed In perfect ideal form only in the imaginings of the poets and litterateurs Had any ono suggested to her that Jlmsy Smith was the depository of it that his heart was the altar on which the sacred fire burned unquenchable that Under the crust of his unemotional manner was a quiescent volcano of passion that could bo roused to stupendous erup tion sho would have laughed 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 he writesI went back to work as well as ever Severe Colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throat and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medeclne flOc and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by Severs Drug Co- InsectsI and Flowers Experiments on showy flowers like the poppy tfiid to show that Insects are not always attracted to flowers by the brightly colored petals but rather by the perception doubtless by means of smell that there Is honey or pollen In these experiments the unopened flower bud I Inclosed III ti gauze net so as to protect It from Insects and when It expands the petals are care fully removed without touching tile re maining parts with the lingers for bees avoid n flower IIf the smell of hu man lingers IIs left on iti and the petal less flowers receive practically as many Insect visits as untouched flow ers do CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought y Bears rho- Signature of Points For the New Curate Dean PIgou gives a few reminis cences of Doncaster where at one time he was vicar Among tho stories he tells is this concerning one of his cu rates He went to see an old woman with whom visiting had perhaps been overdone She at once accosted him So you are the now curate aronl you Yes be replied Well just you sit down on that ere chair It was a three legged stool of most uncertain standing Now Ill tell you what you docsII when you comes to see me You on that stool You then read me mind a short psalm Then you gives me n goLondonVanity Looking Ones Best Its a womans delight to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils rob life of joy Listen Buck lens Arnica Salvo cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies EyesColdChappedHands25c at Severs Drug Store Both Correct- A schoolmaster In Liverpool one day asked the dunce of the school some very simple questions in arithmetic Ho was surprised to find tint he got the right answers and when he had finished ho said to the boy Correct sitdownNow said the schoolmaster see if you have sense enough to ask me some questions The boy pondered for a moment and then said Please sir what would three yards of calico cost If cotton was tuppence a reel1 I think you tako mo for a fool said tho schoolmaster Correct sit downI returned the boy Liverpool Mercury o Checks in Exchange For Subscription 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 JOHN D BABBAGE An Encouraging Conversation Hows business I nsljed of time astronomical faker on Broadway Looking up be answered Whored the big cup Who used to be here I continued Taking arrest replied the taker What do you do In the daytime be toro the stars come out I asked Same as I do at night bo said Whatd that I queried The public bo replied Well goodby I said I was go- Ing to ask you to have a glass of beer but I see youre filled to the brim with tea and beer doesnt go well with Me Full of tea ho queried Yes repartee said I And that Is whywp no longer speak as we pass byJudge Doans Regulots cure constipation tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion nnl appetite and easy passage of the bowels Ask your druggost for them 25 cents a box A ROYAL IJED The Magnificent One That Was Used by Queen Elizabeth- An interesting description of the magnificence of a bedstead ordered for Queen Elizabeths use Is found In n wardrobe warrant tinted liSl and looted in Gleanings After Time It was of wnlnut tree richly curved imlntcd and glided The colurc tester tad valance wore of cloth of sliver figured with velvet lined with change ible taffeta and deeply fringed with Venice gold silver maid silk The turtnlns were of costly tapestry urlously and elaborately worked very seam and every border laid with Aold and silver lace caught up with long loops and butons of bullion The headpiece was of crimson satin jf Bruges edged with a paHsuymayue of crimson silk and decorated with six ample plumes containing seven dozen ostrich feathers of various colors profusely decorated with gold spangles Time counterpoint was of orange col ore satin quilted with outwork of cloths of gold and sliver and of satins of every Imaginable tint embroidered with Venice gold silver spangles and beautifully colored silks fringed to cor respond and lined with orange sarce netThis was a queens bed but almost equally gorgeous ones were common for several centuries In the reign oti Queen Anne a bedstead put up as a prize In a lottery was reported to have cost over 3000 London Family Her aid NOTICE When sending a news item to this of face please make it as brief as possible so we can have room for all the news Telephone us your locals and items of interest Editor- Demologos or Fulton the First Robert Fultons steamboats wero turned out rapidly after the Clermoct demonstrated her success The Car of Neptune was launched In 1S08 and almost every succeeding year until FuL tons death saw at least one new crea tion of the Inventor on the river Ful ton started the first ferryboat In 1812 nnd in ISM congress authorized the construction of Ithe first steam war vessel DiiiinlrKusi or Fulton I I from plans he Iiu1 lrvn Iofrre Illiis vessel wits roiiiplHiill ilii viir of t1S12 and Fultons llfihiiil ilnsidNVwI furl Post 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 Farm Posted- I have posted my farm aghast hunters Jas Tinuia HARNED If you want the best flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Rev J Duggins filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Satur day and Sunday Miss Hallie Beatty spent Thanksgiv ing here with her parents Mr and Mrs J M Beatty Born to Mr and Mrs Hamman Alexandria Nov 28 a girl Several from here attended the social at Germantown Saturday night given by Miss Nettle Davis Miss Alta Beatty who has been hero for the last two months teaching music has returned to her homo at Cabot Mr and Mrs W Gtayne spent Sat urday and Sunday with hissister Mrs Marshall near Hardinsburg Dennie and Wilber Webster have returned home from Mattoon Ill Dick Cruse arrived here from Illinois Thursday to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Cruse Sam Henninger of West View was in town Thursday- Mr M H Butler and family of Kingswood were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W O Butler ThursdayMrs Davis is seriously illut this writing Stung For 15 Years by Indigestions pangs trying many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine in main B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills nnd writes they whooley cured him They cure Constipation Bilious ness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles 25c it Severs Drug Store- FILIPIPdO WOMEN Their Cares Begin Early and They Win Husbands by Hard Work Filipino women know how to win husbands says an American woman who Is living nt Manila It Is n corn non thing In the Islands to see n girl roung and brown and strong crushing ice with a Iheavy wooden mullet while mound her sit a number of admiring jwalns looking on but never dream ng of offering to help And the girl loesnt expect It She pounds cheerful j away and by and by her reward owes in a husband to work for Lifo accustoms the Filipino woman o labor at a very early ago As a iny girl she is rarely seen without an appendage In the shape of a baby rother or sister perched on her little gown hip When she grows a few aches taller and a few degrees strong mr she is pressed into service as a wa er carrier bcarllig heavy jars of waver poised gracefully on her head rom the river to her home Now too the works in the fields and a vivid bit f color she makes in her short kilted icarlet skirt When she becomes a woman and she Is a woman at fifteen r beforeshe may havo a small shop o tend and thieve is the rice to beat mad much other work to do Marriage brings no vacation She is pretty sure to have many children to aro for She tends the fields cooks and frequently has a stall In the mar kot for several hours a day But when tho women are really old then their rest time comes They sit quietly by looking on as life goes past them but taking part no more In spite of tho bard labor they have had there is generally a very peaceful look in the brown wrinkled faces of theso old womenNew York Tribune 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 A Striking Changel Sho used to strike his fancy in the days of long ago as homeward from the schoolhouse they strolled In the afterglow He courted her and wed her but they werent nicely paired and things that later happenedwell they oughtnt to bo aired As maiden she was quiet fijll of comeliness and grace She used to strike his fancy now alas it is bis face Boston Her ald Save Money inCereals The best and biggest bargain a housekeeper can buy is a Mothers Kit Go to your grocer and ask him to show differentdelicious cerealsinthebarrelMothers Kit there is in addition to the saving in cash a special Fireless Cooker Certificate equal to 18 coupons which when added to the coupons from the packages in cookerbyA Mothers Kit consists of eighteen assorted packages of Mothers Cereals packed in sanitary sealed in which perfect8 Packages of Mother Oat standard the2 Packages of Mother Yellow Corn Meal I 1 Package of Mothers White Corn Meal + it1 Package of Mother Wheat Heart 1 Package of Mother Corn Flake toasted i 1 Package of Mother Old Fashioned Steel Cut OatmeaL tI 2 Package of Mother Granulated Hominy HOtDlnyThis by simply paying 195 The grocer himselfwill either redeem your coupons and deliver the 375 Fireless Cooker orif you so desire send the coupons and 89 cents directly to us and we will ship the Cooker to you express collect If your grocer does not keep Mothers Cereals write to us giving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY CONCERNAKRONCHlCAGQPITTSBURGH rC Ty t Christmas Gifts I A Displayed in the large line of Handsome and Exquisite Jewelry JJRings Cuff Buttons 1 Watches Hat Pins Pins Belt Pins Chains Necklaces Everything beautiful for Holiday and Birthday Presents Mail orders filled promptly T C LEWIS Hardinsburg Ky Ldlate rlmk+ i I L fJr1tL iJJ HOLIDAY PRESENTSLa- test1 styles in Bracelets Watches Diamonds and Jewelry Novelties of all kinds at popular prices Select your goods now while tho display is complete Come to see us or send for our Catalogue C M Wiseman Son KYbetwe1 W W I We Do ALL KINDS OF job Work rn Ct lL roi V 4 Y CITYI ANDi- SGHOQLTAXrif iiv IJ i PAYERS J Maro hereby notified that on sf December 1 1901 the pen alty will bo added Koniom A AbarJ I no favors will be shown 0 i 1JInymont1 1 lfout fail Call at tho office iStau rear of Cloverport Bank r tChas May Sr City and Schoolr 1 Tax Collector FLETCHER I11 Climbed Poles Over Forty Clears Weighs Two Hundred Jl And Forty Pounds p aI In all probability there isnt a man in ttown who has been climbing as long as c Woodson Fletcher better known- t Ac railroad boys as Fletch J5fr Fletcher has been working CorI tie Western Union Telegraph Company ftryenn He commenced as waterI bHln St Louis when he was eleven yips of age He has worked for them east westI iiyrth and south and liked Indian Ter ijfefy best of all places Fourteen yrjpho has lived in Cloverport and has roajiy many friends all along the I1enI derson Route Mr Fletcher it fiftyfour years of age and weighs 240 pounds and can climb like a squirrel The higher the pole the better he likes it He is married and has no children Mrs Fletcher has just returned from Stanley CryIncQASTORIAt-er I Receivers In Charge eirl Last Monday Rufus Lisle and Lee S BaUhyln of Winchester who were apj pofntcd by Judje Benton of the Clerk Cigjgujt Court as receivers for the Burley Tobacco Societys residue from the wale of the pboled tobacco crops of I l rd t90 went to Lexington and l followingl a conference Kith Burley Society officials and attorneys took forinin charge of the books and bapers o societyI 301000 representing the money now in the three banks at Wint cl ster as the remainder of the deposit Irjim the sale of the 1906 and 100 a crbps was made payable to them tf ey took this draft with them to Win chester The books and papers will s net bd removed from the burley offices iritexitigton They will not be needed bwthe receivers until the apportionment t iS o be made according to the orders of tbicourt When this will transpire or wHether it will transpire at all depends uHou the Court of Appeals or the I I Coal Coal r IIJ i 1 t Live you laid in your W- instewCOld Ifnot you hud totter do it now while wcnth J i 1 good and price low I t I w Glb br t City Coal Co Ji JAS M LEWIS Prop pverport Ky H I IOffice Phone Gregory SS W Co I F r A1y A4- I v i cJf t r wo o r u poolers themselves It the poolers authorize the B T S Board to use the money for the benefit of the 1900 poU the matter will be closed The difference between what was re ceived from outrage fees 340077 and fcjOlOOO now tu bank has been spent already for the Iq09 pool Tobacco Tidings IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What a Heap Of Happiness it Would Brinff To Cloverport Homes Hard to do housework with an aching backBrings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come from sick kid neysTwould save much needless woe Doans Kidney Pills euro sick kid neys May residents of this vicinity en dorse them Mrs Lizzie Bartley Main Sc Cross Sts EHzabethtown Ky says I was a sufferer for over three years from pains across my back which were so severe after any exertion as to com pletely unfit me for w rk My feet and ankles became so badly swollen that I could not get on my shoes at times and it pained me severely to stand I had intense headaches and was often so dizzy that I did not dare walk upon the street The secretions from my kid neys were distressing in passage My brother who had been cured of kidney trouble by Doans Kidney Pills advised me to give them a trial and I procured a box They gave me great relief and I continued using them until the pains in my back disappeared the secretions from my kidneys became natural and the soreness in my limbs left I was soon a well woman and give Doans Kidney Pills the credit For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other UNION STAR If you want the hest flour buy the Lewisport BEST patent flour Dr Wm L Milner and wife Miss Saiah Richardson and Miss Virginia Helm Milner attended the funeral of Mr Sills at Stephensport last Saturday Misses Hallie and Francis Severs were visitors of Miss Martha Haynes SundayMr Mrs G N Barbee visited their daughter Mrs A B Cashman SundayMr Barr of Rhodelia died this afternoon Dec 5 Interment at St Theresa cemetery I Miss Lillian Cart visited her cousin Miss Ethel Cart last Saturday near ShiloMr Leonard Ynggonest who is mak ing his home in Union Star and attend- Ing school visited his uncle last week near Ammons BEWLEYVILLE I Horace Albright nnd son James went o Brandenburg Saturday Mrs lIt Stith of Rineyville whom many know in this section recently tell flight of stairs and seriously injuried herselfII Edwin S Foot of Owensboro after pending a week with his brother returned Mondny G N Jyddan of Irvington was in the neighborhood Saturday and purchas ed six Durcc Jersey gilts from C H Drury Bob and Eugene Jordan of Los Angeles Cal arrived home Monday night to see their mother who is quite sick A trained nurse of Chicago Miss Minnie Stith has been wired and asked to come Bt once and take charge of the sicK in the Jordan home The new school house has been com pleted and is a thing of beauty and we trust will bo a joy forever I Entertain At Versailles- Mr and Mrs Chas W Moormans first formal entertainment given in their new home was a dinner at 030 oclock Saturday evening The living room was lovely with plants and roses and in the dining room pink carnations were the decorations The table was handsomely appointed and an elaborate menu was served Covers were laid for Mr and Mrs Field McLeod Mrs Susan McLeod and guest Mrs Wilbur F itirman of Owensboro Mrs James PtAmsden Mr and Mrs Harry Reid Mr and Mrs Frank H Hawkins Miss Belle I Graves and Messrs Charles M Harris R N Hudson E T Young and FlemII ing MeekWoodford Sun e Miss Moorman Returns Miss Mary Moorman who has been a missionary in China for three or four years is returning home and is expected I at Owensboro this week Miss Moor man was compelled to give up her work on account of ill health Like FairylandIChas Fallon has touched his magicJJ hand to the interior of Noltes store and 1 bas turned it Into a beautiful fairyland for the Christmas display Mr Fallen has marked talent for decorating andJexquisite taste is shown in his J decorations this season i Iir r xr r SANTA CLAUS i a HEADQUARTERS CHILDREN Santa Claus has arrived at our store and with such a pro fusion of things to make children happy that toyland is perfectly dazzling Christmas gifts for little boys big boys little girls and big girls Something for everybody and an immense amount of good cheer and Christmas wishes TOYLAND FourthFloor Plenty of Room for Display Making Selection Easy Take Either Elevator GIFTS FORW1r Father Mother Brother Sister or Sweetheart In our efforts to have Santa Claus to please the children we have not forgotten the older people for as the poet says Men are only boys grown tall Hearts dont change much after all How true at Christmas times You will find something to make them all happy at Our Holiday Bazaar= =Third Floor Bring the Children to Visit Santa Claus at Bacons I Christmas Cheer to Our Patrons I I SHOP EARLY I W St Ky 213 Ave 111 REMEMBERED By Cloverport Were The Widows And Orphans Of Cherry III Mayor Of The City Of Disaster Sends Thanks Thanksgiving day at the Methodist church the Rev Dillon asked for a contribution for the relief of the sufferers- of Cherry Ill the place of the recent mine disaster The following letter was received by Rev Dillon Dear SirI beg to acknowledge receipt of your favor of the 27th enclos ing post office money order for 365 for the relief of the widows and orphans of Cherry Kindly convey to the members of the Methodist church our thanks for this contribution Yours truly Chas L Quick climatic changes try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive bisease Sneezing and snuffl ing coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge into the throatall are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The worst cases yield to treatment in a short time All druggist 50c or mailed by Ely BrosI56 Warren Street New York Wants Christmas Tree Dear Santa Claus Please bring me pretty doll with curls and blue eyes a great big Xmas tree all coveredwith prettys H doll cradle some doll clothes some dishes and anything else that you want me to have and I will try and be a good girl Mary Raitt Keil N A u Wants Great Big Doll Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a great big doll with the legs on with nails so they wont break off A doll house and a cradle and some doll clothes And a whole lot of things and put them on Marys Xmas D Kiel Mr John Dean has a at Browns and la giving service at this jh Lr 2t1 Jit 40 Ii e C 01 cp My Dear Mr You may sqnd my paper to 717 Street Please have Mr Oelze to have all my James 0 Epley Ind Dont Be Like The Tail Get the new early t t o ty 1 SHOP EARLY 330334 Market Louisville Fourth ConnollyMayor WANTED I I elm Hub Timber 1- I IIINQUIRE OF IiT F SAWYER ICLOVERPORT KY I HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID fastened tree- Christina Dean Makes Good position confectionary splendid popular restraurant Ai Changes Address Babbage Chestnut mykindestRespectfully Evansville Cows spirit ofshopping Wj for Christmas All the cities through out the United States are urging the 10 bJDecembershopping will he a great pleasure to the Christmas stores Will KeepHouse vlhwentreturned home They will go to houa cattagon0- k4 I nh oJ e